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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1878. ■■——-—-=•— auentn. W. H. WILSON........... WILL • itABBITTA.palisado V. M. lloRNE. .....Austin T. STARR.-.Hamilton H. P. 8TIMLKR. Iiilmont CHAS. B. SfEirBEROKR....Tybo CtiAS. W. CRANE, *t No. 42U Montgomery ntreot,is Sale Agent for the Eureka Daily SnyTissL in San Francisco. Persons in tnat eity haifiac business with this office are it., quested to communicate with him ALP. C1IARTZ is authorised to receive su o scriptions for the Srutihkl and collect for tho same In this town. All persons in Eu reka .wing for subscripting will make payment to him. — O- J—■-: NOTICE. Persons writing to us upon business con nected with the SgsTiitKi. office, will please addresa Ahcir letters to tho firm, and not in the name of either ofits individual membors. t ; QASBIPV k DENNIS, THURMAN. By reference to our local columns, it will be eden that-the Democratic County Convention of Eureka county, while jj^ytainh'ft from instructing its delegates to the State Convention has unanimously passed resolutions of confidence I distinguished statesman from OliirtT' whose name heads this article. We believe this to be wise, and while we are on principle opposed to binding instructions Upon ;itato delegations, we hope our Carson convention will follow the course in augurated, as far as this State is con cerned, by Eureka, and express its confidence in a distinguished man, a pronounced aspirant for the presiden tial office, whose record and whose personal character offer an assurance that bis administration, in the event of his success, wilt be an honor and a profit to the land. The ‘Sentinel Is Independent in politics, and proposes to remain neu tral throughout the opening campaign. Its only desire is to aid, so far as its in fluence extends, in securing the suc cess of a pure and able man for any office for which he may be named, ir respective oi his party affiliations. We have repeatedly advocated the claims of Tborman for the Democratic and of Bristow for the Republican nomina tion. We are glad to see that in the more popnlobs States the movement in favor of each of them is daily grow ing stronger. . In the event of the nom nation of fht cine at Cincinnati and the other at St. Louie, the country can look forward with a sigh of relief to an era of four years unstained by pres idential or cabinet jobbing. We hope to see Bristow receive from the Re publicans of this Slate as hearty an in dorsement as that w hich we be believe the Democrats will give Thurman. And ona word of advice to the parti sans on either side: The tone of the entire Republican press of the East goes to show that Bristow is the only inan with whom they can hope for success, and on the other hand no one in the Democratic ranks save Thur man would seem to possess those qualities of heart and intellect which will command the confidence of the masses as against- the distinguished Kentuokian. CHINKS IS AU AIN. Onr Washington dispatches afford sis one item of good news connected with the all-absorbing question of Chi nese immigration. Tt isthata measure will ahortly be introduced in the House of Representatives, which, it is confidently believed, will be success ful, authorizing and requiring the Col lectors of ports to take adequate meas ures to guard agaiust the importation either of coolies or of prostitutes. As «i gather frpm our brief information, t.iis proposed hilt is substantially the a line as that heretofore passed by the Legislature of Califoruia, and which, emanating from a State, the Supreme C iurt has recently pronounoed uncon stitutional. Tiie objections urged be fore and sustained by the Court would not maintain as against a Federal en actment; and the law, if passed, can be enforced. At the same time other information from Washington establishes the fact, which we predicted in our leader of yesterday, that the effect of the recent violence at Antioch, and of the subse quent threats of violence in 8an Fran cisco, has been directly Inimical to the cause which arc all, on this coast, seek to advance. The effeot of Sargent’s speech in the Senate, which was most able and comprehensive, has been al most neutralized by the sympathy for the Chinese, naturally aroused by this anjusti liable violence. We reiterate our suggestion of yes terday, with reference to the establish ment of facts. Let Eureka take the lead and inaugurate a movement, which, wo believe, must result in the iinal expulsion ot the Asiatics from our our shores, at least from all paints other than commercial ports, Let any fivo citizens for whom a personal ac quaintance will enable either of our Senators or our Representative to vouch, organize themselvesintoacom mittee/and failing that, let those in au thority themselves organize such a body, and let such committee at once investigate the details of slavery and vice, which will greet their eyes inside of every door in Chinatown, and report thereon in the form of an nflldavit af naked fa^s and forward the report to CongfCSk.^jet"ev^ry town in the State cud on the coast pursue (he same course, and pursue it promptly, and thfe desired end will be reached before midsummer. We call upmi our peo ple; we call upon onr authorities to move in this matter; and we call upon onr brethren of the press throughout the Pacific Slates to urge similar action upon their readers and their local an thorities. " " f * ■■ —’ » - The Neoho Vote.—We call atten tion to information in our telegraphic columns concerning a recent address promulgated by an organization of in dependent colored voters in the city of Washington. It takes decided ground against the-Republican party. Wo ex press no opinion as the merits or truth- | fulness of tlie charges made against the Republicans as a party, in the docu ment referred to; but when we consid er that the colored vote has ever been almost solidly Republican, such a defection appears to us to possess con siderable political importance. Thanks, Gentlemen. — We are again placed under obligations to the Western Union Telegraph Company for furnishing a telegraphic item re garding the sentence of death of J. W, Rover, at Winnemncca. We had pre viously received a full account by mail, which appears in our col umns, but it shows that the telegraph Is giving the United States mail a close game in furnishing interior towns of our State with news. A LIFE FOll A LIFE. I. W. Rover Neiitenced to Denth. From theSilvor State, May 1. A few minutes before 3 P. m. yester day J. W. Kover, convicted of the murder of I. N. Sharp, was brought into court by the Sheriff. The room was well filled with spectators anxious :o see the prisoner and hear the sen tence. When the case of the Stale vs. J. \V. Kover was < ailed, defendant’s tounsel Moved for a Hew Trial Upon the following grounds: First, the verdict is contrary to law and evidence; tecond, the Court has misdirect© I the jury in a matter of law. The motion was submitted without irgumem, and overruled by tile Court. Hie defendant was then informed by die Court as to the nature of the indict ment, plea ami verdict,and asked if lie had any legal cause to show why judg ment should not be prononiiced against him. The Prisoner Arose, And in a clear voice sain, by permis sion of tile Court he would like to re view the evidence, and read in distinct tones several reasons why, in his opin ion, judgment should not bo pro nounced against him; after which lie gave as a reason tor not leaving the mine alter the murder of Sharp, that lie was a stranger in the country, with out money, and hesitated about smit ing out alone. He also thought he would get into trouble by coining in, and waited day after day for a team to coins, or for something to turn up. He kept tile secret from MeWurthy, and did not want him to know tiiat lie knew anything of it, as lie was watch ing him, and that was why lie did not leave the mine after the occurrence. (Rover on three occasions alluded to the murder; once as a secret, and twice as an occurrence.) He then extended his arms and said: "I do not think these hands were made to take the life of a human being made by tlie Al mighty; but circumstances and itie way the thing was managed are against me, and the words of that statement uever went from my mouth. The jury was prejudiced. My reason for think ing so is because the press created a prejudice against me, as their articles condemned me. I did not know of Me Worthy’s underhanded means umil after I v'a> arrested. If I have to be executed lor this 1 suppose I’ll have to stand it; but, Judge, some day the trulhot this matter will he discovered.” The prisoner wound up with a poetical quotation, and look his seat. The Court. Addressed the prisoner, snd recount ed tlie incidents of tlie trial, staling that ho had been tried by a jury of 12 unbiased and impartial men selected with great care and fairness, whose patience during tlie long trial, scrupu lous attention to the evidence, eon Hoientiniis observance of every duty prescribed by law, realising the gravi ty of tile case and actuated by no mo tive except to perform their duly im partially and conscientiously; that during tlie trial he was defended by learned and skillful counsel of his own choice,appointed at Ids own solicitation, whose elforts in his behalf had been indefatigable; that great latitude had been extended him in tlie examination of witnesses, and every reasonable privilege asked for had been accorded; that, notwithstanding the able and zealous defense made by ids counsel, the evidence was of so con vincing a nature to the minds ot tlie Jury that they found him guilty of murder in tlie first degree; that in tlie opinion of the Court tlie evidem-o pointed beyond any reasonable doubt to him as the perpetrator ot the inex cusable and terrible crime, described in the indictment, and that lie was justly convicted of tile commission thereof, and it remained for the Court to pronounce sentence and Judgment against him, and to appoint a day upon which lieshoubl sutler tlie penal' y or tlio law io expiation of tlie crime of which lie was convicted. Tlie Court adjured him to devote ihe few days yet remaining to him to religions in struclion and advice, and endeavor to prepare himself by earnest inquiry and meditation for the solemn change from lime to eternity, which awaited him. During the recital a solemn, oinniotis silence prevailed, and the Court proceeded as follows: “ No suf ficient pause being allegod or appear ing to tlie Court why judgment herein should not lie pronounced, you will rise to your feet and hear “Tbe (Sentence and Judgment." The defendant sprung frotn.fjiis chair and remained standing while the Court proceeded with the sentence, as fol lows: - ( ■ . It is ordered and adjudged, arid it is the sentence and judgment of this Court, that you, J. \V. Rover, the de fendant aforesaid, he and you are hereby remanded to the custody of the Sheriff of f I umholdt county, to lie by him aafclv and securely confined and kept in (lie County jail until a day fixed by warrant for yonr execution, and that you, ,f. VV. Rover, on Friday, the Ill'll day of June, 1870, lietween the hours of It) a. M. and 4 P. M., a day to tie fixed by warrant for such pur pose, between sunrise and sunset, be taken by the Sheriff of Humboldt county (roiu the County Jail to a place of execution prepared tor tlie purpose, and there lie hanged by the neck until you are dead; and may God have mercy ou your soul. A Slight Flush Was perceptible on the countenance of the prisuuor as the dread sentence was pronounced, tint immediately after wards he regained his wonted self control, and walked briskly out of court with the Sheriff, and scowled sav agely at Justice itavis, who sat near the door, as he left the room, and de scended the stairs to his cell, from which, in all human probability, lie will not again emerge until lie leaves it for tiie scaffold. EASTERN DISPATCHES. ty Overland Telegraph. Imfkoiai. to the daily sentinel.'* Ameiiiliiirut of the Coolie Iniuil If ration Bill — Hilv-r Change— The Chinese Question. Washington, May 5. The House • Comm iLlee on Com merce to-day authorized Piper to re port for passage at the first opportu nity his hill amendatory of Ihe Page law of last year respecting coolie im migrals. Tlie hill reitera.es the re quireuient that collectors of ports shall cause vessels to be inspected, and also provides that any collector of a port or inspection officer who refuses to make the prescribed inspection af ter two citizens make an affidavit of belief that any vessel that lias any any prohibited immigrants <>n board, shall ne punished by tiue and imprisonment. 'Hie necessity for this lull is under siood lo lie Collector Shannon's fail ure to execute i he existing laws. The immhers of the Hanking and Currency Committee say that the reso liuious agreed upon authorizing, the paying out of silver for legal tenders to the amount ot $10,000,001), will he put through tlie House oil Monday uudei a suspension o tlie rules, liven if tins is done the Wavs and Means fmnminea will consider tiie subject with a view to further legislation. Sargent's speech on the Chinese question made a good deal of impres sion on the Senators and has since been the subject of frequent reference, especially Ins showing that the Chi nese d > not come hi re for citizen-hip, and (heir corrupting influences on tl.e morals of tlie cniiiiiiinnty; but tlie accounts of violent counsel* on tin subject coming i.y telegraph are lend ing to destroy tiie etforvs made here. It is very important that tin- people of tlie Pacific coast should restrain *il ex pressions ol mob passions, so as to give their friend- here a chance to se cure them relief for tlie oxisling e* in*. Tlie Klo Urnu.le—Tlie Music »f I lie Future—Nleiiibcrger. San Antonio, Tex., May fi. Colonel Quintal's, w ith '&>W l'ederals, occupied Nueva Laredo. Colonel Kul mever, with 30t) revolutionists, is out side preparing for an attack. Most of the Ci.-loin house officials are in L igle Pass. Texas, lor suleiv. Nkw VoitK, May ti. Offenbach was serenaded Iasi night witii ins ow n music, al tliu Fifth Ave nue Hotel. Ho «pp< ared on the bal cony and replied in Frcnclt. thanking diem. He declared he was enihusias tic with the city ami liis reception. Tne lioius Club dines him to night. Thu World editorially asks; "What under lie iven can be the Iti.vali-rioiia connection of Stelnberger with San Francisco which led to our being pe riodically afflicted with spread-eagle romances I rum that city, about the woes and wrongs of President (iram’s old crony and creditor? There is no longer any doubk that fSteinberger lias ceased in tie, if indeed he ever was, an American citizen. If it be true that a liiiiish man of-war has carried him off to New Zealand, or the Fiji Islands, what is that to Us? The official repre sentative of the United tstaies in Sa moa, Mr. Foster, was evidently de lighted to be rid of him. Unless Eng lish authorities can lay their hands upon documents among his luggage of interest to the United Niates in connec tion with high personages at Washing ton, who certainly befriended him in the beginning, we devoutly wish that tiiey may refrain from introducing Steinberger anv more on niiratteniion. His friends in -Sap Francisco attribute liis downfall to hiail warfare upon the missionaries and toptVH'Hefner affairs. Tint man who respect* oeitner rum nor religion need expect no sympathy from, the civilized world. Colored * XaU-ltcoiibllciwis In Mo lion. The Worhl'* Washington special says: The National Independent I'o liiieal Union, composed of colored men formed here, lias issued an address containing the following: You can not afford longer to hand yourselves together for the perpetu ating of a party that hound you hand and loot and robbed you of your hard earnings, by instituting the Friedman's Bank ostensibly to make you thriity, l>ut in fact with an eye to enriching Republican cormorants and vampires, whose disropumdeeliaracters were too notorious to receive other Federal ap pnintmeniK. It concludes as follows; The Republican party has been laKetu itself, false to the country and false to the negro, whom it has pretended to favor, but in fact whom it has made fksrverse, because by its policy of hate t lias forced him to go against the people with whom ho lives and must continue to live. For these rea sons we expect you to-oporate with us in Ltie coming presidential election to aid by your ballots to retrieve the good iiame and lost honor of our common country, t riends, that tiod may enlighten and guide you to, see your political duty in the coming con tost, is the wish of your friends and well wishers. j *u». Hu.ntkk. Indian Trwiiblra-Conflicting Re porta from lfe« Black Hill*. Chicago, May t>. The Tribune's 8t. Paul special from Bismarck reports that a large party, led by Major Whitehead, the late Indian agent at Licit Lake, will leave to-mor row for the Black Hills. The company is made up of parties from Pittsburg, Grand Itapids, ami various parts of Minnesota. Letters from Thus. Mad j den titid others contain extravagant mining reports. Nels Velstorem, of Bismarck, washed out in one week from lt!s claim, two miles above the Rapid City Mills, one pound of gold. Another resident of Bismarck writes that he washed out SI2 a day from his claim on Bead wood Creek, immediate ly adjoining. Tito Rapid Ci .v claim are paying ten cents toilie pan. Allen anti Conear, of Hill City, with four men, took out ill one day ^2,000, in stead of$200, as recently reported. A report is brought into Standing Rock that a chief called Nlave met or overtook a party ot whites going to the Black Hills on tlte port Pierre route, w hen Slave undertook to go into the uo'd hunters’ camp, carrying a white Hag, hut was shot dead. His party tried to recover his body, but were driven olf, and had to wait until the whites moved on. It is >aid on the part of the gold hunters that Slave’s band hud been following them several days, probably Imping to stampede and steal their horses; and that they warned Slav e to go back before tiling on iiiin. tMII'l (II IIIM > irrtv standing Ruck ostensibly tor hunting. Scouts from the supposed hostile hands keep watch day and night in the vicin ity of Fort Lincoln. J. J. Shaw, formerly proprietor of the Merchants' Hotel. St. Paul, ar rived Inline yesterday, direct from the Black Hills. lie says gold was as scarce there a« here. The miners who had been there since June of last year gave no evidence of possessing gold. There were some evidences of gold in tile hills, but reports of rich discover ies In; does not believe. The Indians, lie >avs. are extremely hostile, always on l he alert to steal horses or cattle and kill stragglers. He considers it mad ness for any one to go there with a view of bettering his fortune. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. 13>e ftpaliling < nurl Martini More t liiuese—Droit lie I—sa-.nmi. Sax Fkaxcii.co, May ti. At the Spalding court martini to day, on tlie ope mg of the court, Spald ing rose and staled that the article published in the Chronic'e this inoiii tng, purporting to be an account of an interview with liini-cll', was, with a very small suli-tr.ttum of fact, entire ly lal.se. Tim article, as punli-lied, made Spalding reflect scry severely on the Judge Advocate, i-icna or Sar gent and others. Thu British steamer Lord of the Isles arrived this afternoon from Hongkong direct with an addition of LOI'-l to the( liineso population. Dispatches have heen no.'.Bed here t f oul Washington removing Foster the I A lit-r lean Consul at Samoa, and up pul IImg in his place Jns. M. Coe, w l-M j arrived here yesterday on the /. -al- : aiiiiar, who, atier Steiiilierger's having I b en taken away fmm Samoa a pris oner by tin- Britt li war vessel Parrau conla, iiad been ac.iug as Vice Consul there. Ashj,axi>, Oregon, May ti. \V. J. Small and John Dick and wife were drowned while sailing nil the KlamaUi ri»«r, near Leiisville. Ore gon, on l lie •'* i ins;., by the Imat cap sizing. The In>dies ytere not recovered at the last account. A Iiimi.I • liiniimnn. Sa v Imkoo, May 5. A Chinaman named All Kov, m jail charged with mi assault with a deadly we.t|iun, iiaiiuud himself to the li.ua nl his cell to-day. lie w as disoot clod too lata to save him. Camp Iiowki.l. April f>. .Major Whitesides’ eommaiid, who went out when the Chieaialmas left their reservation, returned yesterday, idler an extended Seoul south and cast, taking in the country between Camp Crittenden and the I’aiegnuia inoiin tains to the Sonora line. The settlers of Santa <‘rtiz valley iiad ail returned to their usual voeaiious, sppreli* tiding no further trouble. Major Whiteside is sa is fled that the eause of the Indian outbreak was the outrageous and dia lionest practices of whites upon them, their victims being unoflend inn settlers settlers along the trail to Sonora. Tito Indians had been making frequent raids into Sonora, re turning with stolen slock, lint jiever molested Arizona settlers. BO US. __ Virginia, April 29—Wild of C. b. l'.ico, a daughter. ~~ MARUIED. Carson, May 2-kidround 1. Lothrup to A ina 0. box ter, both of bayton. Carson, .Vlsy l—W. W. llart to Miss Amelia ' Holman. Carion, .May 2-W. II. Clark to Mrs. L. A. bholl/. DIED, Hold lldi, May ■>—lirl -tot, tfifo of cdwiird Uucidoy, ogo<l 12 fi nis. Virripia City. .May .1—ljurnuai W. I iold, ngo’l IS years. Virginia, May 3—Mrs. Alurgurnt Lyuiun, ng'si *7 yours. A /’ir TO-DA >. ! _— INFORMATION WANTED Or TilK WlIKKEABOUTd UK MICHAEL I lit E!'*, a nmiv** o Canada, formerly u reaident of Mn^achuKeit?. Hi* hrotluria lyins dangeroui ly i!l in Jfoaton. und riu*uca tu hoar from Min. Addre«« tho niyT-lw’1 dENl'INEL* urriCK, Eureka. ON A GOLD BASIS! T RIWBJrFUCfcY INFORM MY CUS i Toil EKS who riirHlme from me I Olt < ANII OR OX ( Hi;nrr! That I um doing business ON A (JOED BASIS ! And I will not lake Silver to a treater amount than Five Dollars, except at u dis count of six por cent. « M. DAVIDS. Krueka, April 4, Wi. aib-lm A CONSTANT RKAOKR. The overworked scribe of ibe "Mudvillo Gazette.” Sat wondering—moneyless wight— If his office would ever bo cleared of its debt. With thotimes so deplorably tight. When the tread of old leather was heard on the stair, And a stranger stepped into the room. Who asked with the “don’t let mo bother yon,** sir. Which the bore is so apt to assume— "How are ye?’’ The editor rose with a smile And pleasantly yieldod his chair— Placed the visitor’s sadly unboautiful tilo (Which exhibited symptom* of wean On the top of the desk, alongside of bis own (A shocking old plug, by the way). And then asked in a rather obsequious tone. "Can we do anything for you to-day?” "No; 1 just called to soo yo;” the visitor said; "I'm a iriond to the newspaper man”— Here ho ran a red handkerchief over his head, And accepted the editor’s fan— "1 lie*' rod all the pieces you’ve writ for your .-he'd, , And they’re straight to the p’int. I confess— That'ar slap you gin iveyser was sartinly nest— You’ro an ornyment, sir, to the press! * "I nm glad you are pleased.” said the writer, "indued: J5 it you praise me too highly, by far— Just select an exchange that you’ro anxious to r ad. Ami while r< udiog it, try this cigar; Ily the way. I've a melon laid up*tor u treat— I’ve been keeping it nestled in ice. It’s a boatifv, sir. tit for )in ungel to ear— Now, perhaps, you will ulish u slice.” 'Jhen the stranger rolled up half a dozon or moro Of the choicest exchanges of all - Helped h mself to the truit, thro* the rinds on the floor. Or flung them at flies on th« wull. Ho assured his now frioud that his "pieces were wrote In a uiunner oncomnionly abl/”— As he wiped bis red bunds on tho editor’s coat That hung at the side of tho table. "By the way, I’ve nogloetod to ask you your name. Said the scribe as tho stranger aro***; “That’s a fuct,” ho replied, * l*m Abimelcch Hume. You have heerd o’ that name, 1 suppose? l*in n-iivin’ out here on Fiddlorown Greek Whore 1 own a good house and ii lot; Tho "Gazette” gets around to me wun*t every week — I’m the consrantest reader you’ro got!” “Abimaleeh Bamo,” mused the editor, " i *-n- mo— Here his guest beggod a chew of his ‘twist*— "I’m sorry to say your mell fluou* namo Di esn’t happen to honor my li<t!” ** ’apo o not:” was th'j answer- "no reason it . should, r er ye s I jino lots with Hill Brim— lie’s a rog’lar subscriber, and pays \o in wood. And I borry your paper o’ him!” NEW TO-/)A V. DVREEA HYGIENIC INSTITUTE! PHYSICIAN IN CHAIUJK: I >i*.AVin. A. S]>inkH 'P1IK OmVK INSTITI TK. SITI AIKD I on Spring .-treat, onpomto und a few door* above the Kpiscopat Church, is now open ior tue reception of patient?. DU. SPINKS guarantees to cure all case? of Rheumatism, Syphilis, L?ad Colic, An'Ui’.r i!i-ivnitliout Iho u*c “1 drug*' or «nv •leleleriou? ?u‘>?tam*oM, provided the; <»-itient follow ihe regimen laid down toy thu I i'liysn inn. 11 is treat:r.«nt is siiiiple ami mire. Alcoholic Disorders are Effectually . Treated and all Traces of the Disease Removed from the System, DU. SPiNK>* DIPLOM A a« a regular phy i inn is from Dr K. T. frail’s Hyiissie In- i stitute, of New York City, and can be *.®on by « any visitor at th« institute in Eureka. Also, Hot, Cold, Russian, Turkish and Fttedicalcd Dalhs. Kates reasonable FOR CA^Il. WM. A. SPINKS, m. D. Eureka, May ti, 187». n»>7tf GO TO THE New Blacksmith Shop To get your work done. GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES! 1AM PREPARED WITH , rood a tuck of mntoriai to do work promptly. I Lip lit buggy, wagon-work and painting will receive especial attention. Ilorie Mioeliatr executed with diapatcb, and satisfaction guarantonl. GKO. L. OTT, mrHl-tf South Main street, Kuroka. New Firm! New Goods! SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. K. A. MILLICH : : : : PROPRIETOR. I WILL KKKP A CONSTANT, diipply of Kre«*b ('Hlilorninj I'roduee, to arrive every train. Also n*n, turkey*, Chicken*, Fresh Oysters, lloney in the com I*. Ilium*, ami u general a**o-tmont ol FAMILY GROCERIES' Freeh from the importing house* tf tun ICant hikI West, two door* above ihe Parker 11 ohm** Main NtMl. <U7tf U. A. MILLiCtU RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanka 152,000 Gallon* ALL NOW FULL. \ITAIER WILL BE FURNISH KB IN ▼ T IP by Hill, in any desired imiutLie*. at nil hoiiso * ol the year, at a uniform rate and lower than r u be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to p i vate t • titilit***, miner*’ cabin*, saloon*, etc. rickets ranging from <>'4 to 50 cent* apiece vill * e void at the otiieo of the company on Ituby Hill, by W, II. MILLER, Superin tendent. W. B. lIAKKUil Proprietor, mviw t'___ WEST ER N~ U N IO N TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 'PHIS COMPANY IS PKEPAKEJ) TO 1 t <ismit money by telegraph to a}! point* on the Pacific Coast, and to all prinei §al cities and town* tljr >ughout the United hitcs. For terms. app<> to Local Agents i»Vtf MISVRLLA NliOUiS. rTmovTl hotTceI PREVIOUS TO OUR REMOVAL WK WILL MAKE A GRAND CLEARING SALE OF OUR PRESENT STOCK OF DRY GOODS! MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, abd SHOES. OUR STOCK WILL BE SOLD AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF! Come all and Inspect Oar Prices MOOED Ol McSOUGALL. WE " ILL MOVE TO Our IVcw Store On ur about fho 15th inutant. OUR MR. MeDOUGALL tt ill rhor!Iv lenvo for .Now York, to mitke ri'UTHKii msUUASRS. mytif REtVJOVAJL NOTICE. a. l.KMOVUI IMS MO K OF 1 i GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES To tho building two dwr* north ot hi*ulJ stand, on Main str et, Wh »r» he will b* happy to serve his old cus t.niier* and *< mun new onoa as may favor hi n with :h« ir pat Torn «xe. I'H KSII VKH KVA 1: KES received daily. 0 Harder), I iuld nod Flo.vrt seed- for sale. / in > Vim Kai 1 roatl tjgyj£SXoachcs! I H4YK!1! TX’HASKD PUOM K. 8. VAN I Iimon the pH«i* ngor business from the *.. \ i\ Railroad i>opot, and will hereafter c o \ v k v »* a s h a s a k h h To or from the depot for FIFTY CENTS each. I want !h* public to understand that I run a bag :nge wa^on in «:«»njp*etioti with the pas sei.gnr couch, to and Iron ^hc depot. Trunk! and f/sgtfjMro of oyerv ecription will bo called for in any i m I of the city, at any hour of the day or night. 1 avenger* will bo woke up in tine for th * mn by leaving or ders at the stable, i'arko* liouae or Inter national Hotel, «l*22-tf WA!. SWEENEY. (jAMIU.US salons —AND— LUNCH HOUSE! in tho baaeinent of Whittos'f AM Kit CAN BXCUANOB Ul'ILDINO. N. K. Corner ol Main and Clark st*. ( 1;I1CA(»0 IiKKU, AND THE BEST LW V uora, Wine, ami Ciirar* for li t cent*. Cold Luncb at all hour*. IIAi rr & McDa.NIKL. Proprietors. Muybt|K7<5. invbtf___ AXVirUAX. MBBVZNO. Adams hill consolidated min imr Company. Tho tilth Anhuji * . iog of the atock holder* of tho »b|jre ® . co.npunv, for thu election ol iruytt#^* traduction of hucJj other vL.v nfeeoPtrd. will he hold on W \\ ISTti, at 1 o’clock P. w. of that d»iy. artier ol the company, lt»*o n .No. •»*« K...... Block, No. >Ut»Moutgoiaory atreet, ben rrau r_m&dHf°r"w. W. TKAVLOK, Secretary STATE AND COUNTY TAXES. A 1,1, PROPERTY. REAL AND 1’EHj a.mal, i« now a-*»**»blo for Htate and < ountv purpoeu... Property boldara will can far n favor by caUitur at the Acwiaaor’* otlir® and giving in their m tare men ta. my »ti .1 • t\ I'OW KLU County Am»e»*or. WANTED. Ur anted AT TYRO, WOOD-CIIOH’EPS bnl uoal-borner*. Aiiply to s• - TltoWURU'UE. nt II. dobniioa’a k'ucery aturo. Eureka, butwwon 11 and I'i <* clock mr three day*. niy4U j.lKVin, Euroka. t.ainox.San Francisco LEVIN &SIMON, IMPOItTgUS aNO IUCALKIS I* CIGARS,TOBACCO,ST ATIONRRV CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, t ETC., ETC. HhIu *«rcr«, Sareka, S*»ad». ■1