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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
WKDNEiSDAY, MAY 17, 1*7(1. AM ESfTS. W. R. WILSON.Piocho DfCTOP ’. JHULZE---Kilby liill W11L . KAKBITTS.Palisade A. M. H dNE.Austin r. STARK.Hamilton >f. P. STIMI.EK. Belmont Cil VS. B. STEITBEKdEit.Tybo CII AS. W. CRANE, at No. 42S Montgomery hi root, is Solo Agent for tho Eureka Daily Skstiuki. in San Francisco. Pornoris in tnut city having business with this office arc re ■luestod to communicate with him ALK. CIlARTZ is authorised to receive sud scriptioas for tho Skntinki. and collect for tho samo in this town. AH persons in Eu roku >111117 for subscriptions will make navmont to him. uRAJir Attn ciisrEn. The telegraph failed to inform us of the modification of the presidential or der concerning General Custer. When the news readied us in our Western exchanges it was so piecemeal and contradictory that we could not deter mine exactly what the facts were, and therefore forhoro comment. The facts of tlie case are embodied in the follow ing from the New York Herald, and our views concerning it are there so well presented that we copy it entire. Says the Herald: “ The outrage on General Custer continues to excite the attention of newspapers everywhere. At least three-fourths of them bitterly denounce tire President for his cruel and autocratic action against the gallant Indian fighter. Even the papers friendly to the President speak of the affair as one which need not have oc curred, and are sorry that he should have been injudicious at a moment when his party depended upon him for wisdom. Something was due to public opiniou, which is just now very sensitive to any needless exposure of private spleen in iis servants. There are few papers which defend tbe Pres ident on technical grounds, but the people will not easily he convinced that in punishing General Custer the President did not really eominit an outrage on themselves. President Grant is not at this day in a position to put himself in contrast with any faith ful military dr civil officer before pop ular opinion. The odds are against him, and he will suffer with little effort on his own part. That lie acted angrily and unwisely seems to he his own late opinion; for, as will he seen from our St. Paul dispatch, lie will permit General Custer to accompany the expoditiont not as its commander, but as a subordinate; that is, General Custer goes in disgrace, being permit ted to tight, hut to tight only under punishment. This last bit of news ■hows weakness and apology on the part of the President, but it does not wipe out the stain with which he has covered himself." Mustangs in the East.—Yesterday the great race against time, by Cali fornia riders on California horses, was run at Fleetwood Park, New York. Our dispatches, which were torwarded before the race was run, merely state that George Parker, of Visalia—with whose reputation as a vuquero many of our readers are familiar—was the chosen man, and that be was to ride thirty selected horse* three hundred miles in fifteen hours, that is at the rate of twenty miles an Ironr. No one at all familiar with mustangs will doubt the possibility of accomplishing the feat, provided the rider hold out. We hope Parker will; hut we object to tbe technical result of the race being considered, as tbe Eastern press unan imously do consider it, a test of the en durance of California horses. The horses can win anyhow. The condi tions of the race us telegraphed, make it merely a test of the skill and endur ance of the rider. P. 8.—Later dispatches state that the race was postponed until to-morrow on account of the rain. - .. - — ■ ■ ■ ■ Pacific Coast Pioneers. — This body of forty-niners had a joyous time in Virginia City on Saturday last. The occasion of the joviality was the laying of the corner stone of their new Hull, and according to tiie Enterprise the “old boys" turned out in full force. Our old friend Dr. 8. A. McMeans, the President of tlie association, presided; a charming little poem was delivered by Col. 14. H. Taylor, and Charley De Long made as effective and appropri ate an impromptu address as we for some time have had the good fortune to read. It was rough and ready as became the occasion and the audience, but there was a strain of pathos run ning through it that fairly melted the veterans. The articles placed in the corner-stone embraced everything, from a Bungtown copper to a tive-dol lar piece, and from a three cent shin plaster to a copy of the Enterprise. Mr. De Long very unnecessarily laid down four aces. A Nevada newspaper offlee is 6,200 feet above the level of the sea, and yet its editor is always several sheets in the wind.—A. Y. Herald. The author of the above is a liar, a villain and a slave, and bought with British gold. Why, that’s just the ele vation of Virginia City? i—. .1 ... Barbarous!—The head of Chavez, the bandit, lias just been brouaht to Kail -ITrancIseo, where $5,000 were of fered for it by the Governor. For a bandit it seems to cost a tiood deal to Chavez head.—Sew York Graphic. a« it now i.iauin e vr. We some weeks ago asked for infor mation from our brethren of the press of the terms of the "Silver bill,” as passed, and of the data of its opera tion. Tlirough some accident we failed to not ice in the issue of the San Fran cisco Call of the 29th ultimo a response to our request. Our attention was called to the article yesterday, and, as the information furnished is new to us and probably to many of our readers, we, with ail due acknowledgment to the Call, insert its reply: Tlie Eureka Skntinki, asks for in formation concerning the silver bill recently passed by Congress, and wishes to know when it is to be oper ative. In answer, we say that it lias been in operation several days. A large amount of small silver coin has already been disbursed by the United (States Treasury, in the redemption of fractional paper currency. As the ed itor of the Skntinki, says he lias never seen the bill, we copy its second sec tion, which contains the gist of the whole matter—merely premising that ti e first section provides for the de ficiency in the Printing and Engrav ing Department: Section 2. The Secretary of the Treas ury is hereby directed to issue silver coins of the United States of the de nomination of ten, twenty, twenty-five and fifty cents, of standard value, in redemption of an equal amount of fractional currency, whether the same lie now in the Treasury awaiting re demption, nr whether it may tie pre sented for redemption: and (lie Secre tary of tlie Treasury may, under regu lations oj tlie Treasury Department, : provide for such redemption and issue by substitution at the Sub-Treasuries and public depositories of the United States until tlie whole amount of frac tional currency outstanding shall be redeemed; and tlie fractional currency redeemed under this act shall be held to be a part of the Sinking fund pro vided for by the existing law, the in terest to he computed thereon as in tlio case of bonds redeemed under the acts relating to the Sinking fund. Poi,itjcai. Reformers.—Carl Schurz, Chas. Francis Adams, Park Goodwin, Dr. Bacon and three hundred other “Reformers,” met in convention at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, day before yesterday. Tiie object of tiie meeting —the call for which we sometime since published and commented on—is tiie organizalionol a third party, a party of purity. The object is praiseworthy, lint tlie time is ill chosen. Success the ap proaching fall must fall either to tiie Republicansor the Democrats. All men are in tiie face of the enemy. It is too late to change the front of battle. These respectable gentlemen may perhaps exercise an almost controlling influ ence in the campaign by casting their strength for that man and that plat form which give tiie most reliable promise of honesty and economy i . tiie public administration. Four.years must elapse before a third party can entertaiu a hope of power. Onto Democratic Convention.— To day tlie Ohio Democratic Conven tion meets at Cincinnati. Our tele grams advise us that the friends ol Thurman and Bill Allen alike claim the convention. In the event of Al I ten’s success the convention will un doubtedly take inflation ground. Should Thurman be successful a hard money platform will he inaugurated. We incline to the belief that Thurman and hard money in Ohio means Thur* miii and hard money at St. Louis: and, in that event, it will be well Fu tile party in power to look to their laurels. .Should, on tiie other hand, Allen and irredeemable money carry the day at Cincinnati, the struggle in the Democratic ranks will be renewed at the National Convention, and the chances for tiie success of the Democ racy will be vastly lessened. Time will allow. The telegraph brings us information of a disturbance in one of the parishes of Louisiana, near tiie Mississippi line, between the negroes and tiie whites, which threatans to assume most for midable proportions. The dispatch would indicate that in this case the blacks may po-sibly be in tiie wrong, but we presume that the Republican portion ol' the partisan press will her ald tiie event as another “ banditti ” business, and that our friend o! tiie Enterprise will have a few more words to say about burning school houses. Suicide at San Jose.—In our dis patches this morning will be found a sensational account of the suicide of a young man in San Jose, Cal. His atfectious were not reciprocated by tiie object of his choice, so lie discharged a pistol into his right ear and launched himself into eternity, where unrequited love is supposed to he unknown and the weary are at rest. Press Candidates.—The Lumpkin county (Ga.) liattle Ajc lias hoisted tiie name of Jeif. Davis as its presidential candidate. The Carson Appeal names Ulysses 8. Grant as its flrst choice, and it is expected that the McGeary Incu bus will, in its next issue, present the claims of W. W. Belknap for the posi tion of Chief Magistrate of our glori ous Republic. The Blddeford (Me.) Chronicle says that a party of Saco gentlemen, includ ing a clergy titan, a Postmaster, a prom inent grocer and an ex-member of the city goverment, went gunning tor coots last week. One of the party got a good chance and brought down the minister and Postmaster at one shot! The man who tired the gun was not hurt. Senatou Shakon.—The crass Val ! lev (Cal.) Union thus rebuke* those j Nevada journalist* who find fault be cause Senator .Sharon does not reside in the Slate which he represents in Congress: Some of the newspapers in the State of Nevada continue to talk about Sen ator Sharon not lining an actual resi dent of the Sage-brush State. Such pa pers have not, of late, noticed the con sideration with which the Senator for tlie State of Nevada treats that State. When lie arrives at his home in San Francisco (on a special ear) and goes to his rooms at the l'alace Hotel, lie al ways registers himself as “William Sharon. Nevada.” That ought to sat isfy the Sage-brushers. They have their State connected with the Senator’s name, on a hotel register, and tlie ho tel is the largest in the world. That sort of recognition on the part of the Senator ought to put tiie blush of shame on those men across the moun tains who are constantly talking about their big officers being Californians. The Delegates.—Our press dis patches state that the delegates to the Democratic National Convention from this State are unpledged, but it is un derstood that Tilden is their first choice and Thurman their second. We are at a loss to imagine upon wh«t grounds tho compiler of new's for the telegraph company bases such a sup position, or by whom such a state of affairs is “ understood.” Tlie dispatch also states that the con vention at Car son adopted strong resolution* again* t further Chiliese immigration. A Heavy Joke.—After Hilton come* Felton, who was paid JU,000,000 for winning a mining sun, whereat the Rochester Democrat say* a litigant had "better look out how he employs a lawyer whoso name weigh so heavy at tho hind end.” MTKH.l MUS Yesterday afternoon, says Sunday morning’s Enterprise, at the laying of the corner stone of tiie new hall of the ! Pacific Coast Pioneers, l)r. Delavan, Win. Ford, I.awrence Kelly and J. C. Sv/aiu were brought face to lace. These gentlemen left New York together February 1. 1849, on board the ship Falcon. They were on tho Isthmus together twenty-eight days, then came to San Francisco on the Oregon. They lauded in San Francisco April 1, 1849. t'aptam Pearson, ol tiie Oregon, is now dead; ltichard Wnitney, first mate, is dead; Win. 1>*II, second mate, is dead; hut these four "old hoys” are exceed ingly alive and ardently assisted in laying the cornerstone yesterday. They i egan laying it at Piper’s Saloon, corner of B and Union streets, and con tinued laying it as far east as C street. On C street they turned south and be gan laying it in tiie direction of Cold tlill. They laid it in each saloon on tiie west side of C at reel, regard.c-s of Irieml or foe. At ri:4o last e.eninga telegram brought ihe cheering imelli gence to the people of this end of tin* lead that they were passing ihe Ash land House on the Divide, on their wav to Carson. Until yesterday these four had not met in twenty seven years, and, having met, tiie chances are tlat they will not part in twenty-seven years. During the months of January and March last, says tiie Winnemucca Register, tire Northwestern stage that runs between Boise and Silver was robbed at various times, and a large amount of coin and gold liars stolen. The ease was gi ren to J. N. Thacker, special agent of Wells, Fargo A Co., to work up, and last Thursday bear rested, in the vicinity of Silver Citv and Boise, five men who were con eered in the robbery. One of the par ties arrested is an assayer at Silver City; another is an old time stage driver well known in these parts, named Charley Downey. The names of the others we did not learn. The assayer worked the stolen bullion for the boys. The stage driver wav ar rested from the box. The case is a clear one, as one or two of the parties arrested have peached on the rest. We learn, says tho Carson Tribune, that an employe of the Mint in tins city, a few days since persuaded a couple of citizens of this tow n to sign a'note for trim so that Ire might obtain a loan of $100 from one of our banks. He received the money anil disap peared, so we are told, from town that night. We are also told that a few of his creditors got together a day or two since and reckoned up something over 8700 that lie owed to difierent parties in the city. Tho Helena Herald lias the follow ing: “Dom Pedro, while recently in Salt Lake City, was courteously in vited by Brigham to walk into his lit tle parlor and be introduced to Mrs. Young. Dom, wto, by the way is up to siiufi, declined, giving as a reason, ‘I have but a half day at my leisure, and regret that this brief time would not admit of my receiving a full intro duction to Mrs. Young. However, give them my regard*.’ ” The citizens of Klko are about to or ganize a fire department. A first-class tire engine is to he purchased, and other precautions taken to pro eel their town from fire. T. V. Julieri has been appointed Commissioner of tiie United Stales Circuit Court, for the District of Ne vada, to loside in Winnemucca. It is reported that the Montezuma mine, owned hv lien. Buckner, lias been sold to a Chicago company for 8^,uoo. xyi: torx i'Y iricHN. From ths Uelmont Courier, 12th. Fkankmn’h express left this place for Eureka on Monday last. Mlnck and feed will lie placed at the differ ent stations along the route, and on re turn Mr. Franklin will deride on a schedule of arrival and departure here and in Eureka, and publish the same. He has not yet fully determined on time and number ol trips a week. Sh ki.i.kd Out.—During the last week the El Dorado and Uelmont Compa nies paid, through Paxton’s A Curtis’ liank, welt nigh unto $10,000. The shining twenty-dollar pieces liquidated many a debt, and finally, iu all proba ' hility, after a weak a cruising arounu * town, were returned to the bank vault for a brief respite from service. Thk Bei.mont.—On Wednesday last the Belmont Company had drawn the water out of the mine down to a dep li of 400 feet—2S feel above the 430-toot level —leaving a depth of i2S feet yet to pump out. They have been lowering the water about eight feet every 24 hours, for some days. Assessment. —The Jefferson Com pany has levied an assessment of 7"> cents per share on the capital stock of the company ; delinquent, June 0. EASTERN DISPATCHES. *r Overland Telegraph. [MPKUIAt. TO THE IIAII.Y SKNTINEI..] Mustang Knee Postpone!!. New Yoke, May 1(5. The mustang race which was to have been run at Fleetwood Park has been postponed on account of the rain, ami will come off on Thursday. Illalne. New York, May 1(5. The llcrahl'x Washington special says that Blaine’s friends are jubilant because bo is completely exonerated. This does not etui Blaine’s troubles, however. There is another vague charge after it that lie was given kind grant bonds of the Little I lock riwd to iutluence the making up of tlio House Committee in 1S72, while Speaker, hut. the cominitti-e very properly declined to hear the testimony. ■krowueil -A dose IkomoertiUc Con vention. Cincinnati, May I(i. Light children, between the ages of eight and fifteen years, ul'empied to cross the Ohio liver near Vevan(?) in a skill' last .Sunday. In the middle of the river the skilf began to fill with water, anil before aid could reach I hem. five of them, all children ol Chas. Irwin, were drowned. The Democratic state Convention will be held here to-morrow. The in dications are that l he attendance will be large. John G. Thompson claims that the convention will go fin-Thur man, and that the platform of last year will not be adopted, but tlialtne pres ent platform wdl not declare for the repeal of the Resumption act, but Inr the sube1 iluturn of another date, i bus making it lor hard money. Govern' r Allen’s friends are strong in the lieliei that lie w ill carry the convent on. Tl e result of the primaries here yesterday Indicates lit lor Allen, IT lor 'llumnau, and two doubiful. ISInek Hills Indian*. • Chicaoo, May lfi. The Tribune’* Sioux City special says: Letters received hereihis morn ing from reliable parlies dated I Hack Hills, April Bti, bring the most discour aging accounts of all'alrs in that coun try. The Indians arc becoming very troublesome, frequently killing men ai their ow n doors; slea.iug horses and committing other depredation*. These tellers say tint) the stories of gold there m paying quantities are lies; provis ions are scarce and high, anil a great many men are on the verge ol starva tion. Miners arc leaving as fas, as they arrived a month ago. >'t. Paul, May IB. A parly of i’.laek Hills pilgrims, who returned lr> lti-niarck after ten day.*’ slay in the Hills, report a fight on April Bd between iheir party, outward hoiiinl. and Indians from Standing Rock, led bv Slave; in widen slave and three ollici Indians were killed. General Terry’s liig Horn expedition was delayed ny heavy lain, hut minis out from Port Lincoln lo-morrinv. Nerivn* Negro Klot In Iiniilsiniin. Nkw Oklkann, May IS. A Time*' special, dated Summit, M iss., May loth, says: I nlormatinu was received here last night of a row bo tween the negroes and w bites at Lau rel Hill, West Feliciana parish, near | the Mississippi lln**. Uii Friday night about lliirty negroes went to the store of a white man in that vicinity, and calling him lo the door, riddled him bullets. A posse from Bayou Sara went out on Saturday for the body. The negroes would not give it up, and a rigid ensued and three ne groes were killed. 'I wo white men are missing. The negroes are gaili ered 1,100 strong and are said to lie un der arms. The whiles are going down from the neighboring counties in Mississippi. A serious light is ex pected. Polilirnl Referiiier* in t iinnrll. Nkw Youk, May 15. The conference on the mailer of the formation of a new political parly as semhled at the Fifth Avenue Hotel to day. About BOO persons were present. The Secretary called the meeting to order and read the call, w hich is to consider what may be done to prevent the national election of the centennial year from becoming a mere choice of evil* and to secure the election of men to the highest olttces of the Itrepuhlic whose character and ability will pro tect the honor of the American name. After die appointment of officers speeches in harmony with the cull were made by Dr. Osgood, Carl-Sell urz, Chas. F. Adams, jr., Dr. Leonard Bacon, Julius Sc*iy. Park Goodwin and'Judge S. Foster, of Connecticut. John W. Hoyt, Mark Breintner and Carl Selliirz were appointed a commit tee to draw up some definite plan of action to act on and to take such other measures as may tie deemed host and report. Adjournod till to morrow. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES* FROM CALIFORNIA. A Ncunntloai at Mini lose—Disap pointed l.ove noil Suicide. San Fhancihco, May 10. About 11 o’clock last night one of the saddest affairs, in the way of suicide, that ever occurred in this city took place at the residence of N. 11. A. Ma son, tiie victim being Louis Summer field liascom, youngest sou of ltr. L. II. Bancom, of Santa Clara. Basdlmi has been away from this city nearly two years and returned a short time since. Among his acquaintances was Miss Ursula Mason, aged about 15, daughter of the gentleman at whose house the tragedy occurred. Previous to iiis departure he had visited her a few limes, but she never exhibited the siigniesi preiereiice no m* society. ||e called to sec her last evening to know if she loved him. lie had prepared for the worst by having his pistol loaded before going to the house. Af ter her answer, he said that she had given him his death blow; then, with a rapid movement, he drew his re volver and placing lhe muzzle to his head tired. The bullet entered the right ear and went through the brain. Me lingered unconscious until shortly before3 o’clock this morning. An in quest was held this morning. The .jury returned a verdict of deliberate suicide. More Crooked Whisky Pipes Dis covered nt. the Boy View Distil lery. San Francisco, May 10. The revenue officials have unearthed still another pipe at the Hay View dis | tillery, connecting with thespirit tubes, and are about satisfied with the result of t|ie investigation, and are reidv to report. The proprietors have as vet made no denial of the pipes lining used for illicit purposes, but maintain si lence and relicence. Auti-C'liinesc Meeting nt Dayton— Mining Aeeideut. VI no in i A City, May 10. A large meeting was held in Itavton last Saturday to consider the Chinese question. A resolution was adopted to use none hut legal measures in ex terminating the evil, and a committee was appointed to memorialize Con gress to modify the Chinese treaty so as to stop further importation of the heal hens. John Matherson was killed in the Chollar mine this morning by falling down the ore chute between the third and lourlh stations. Me leaves a wife and five children. The Hale A Norcross Waters Its .■stock—The Pedestrian Match More Human I,oru»ls. San Francisco, May 1(5. A certificate of the capital stock of the Male A Norcross Mining Company was filed yesterday. The original capital was $3,2H0.f>IX>, divided into 1ft, OIMI shares of $200eacit. The new rapt tal is $11,2011.0(111, divided into 112,000 shares at ?ioo each. O'Leary slept from II o’clock to 2 o’clock last night and stopped again for an hour at a little before 11 o’clock a. m. to day. being then a! the end of tile 13711* mile. Nchmehl stopped about the same time, and during the night was resting again. At.out noon he had finished lot) miles, one of his legs seems totroulde him considera bly and many tiling that lie will give out, but in private, before the tn^fcli commenced lie stated that lie always felt worse for llie first two or three days' walk. The steamer Qitingseo, which ar med at noon, brought marly l.non Chinese. They have not yet been landed. A 1*1111.: A MOSXF.T. [r rum tho Graphic.J Snow on tho ground and blossoms on tho trees! A bit to- wind swoops in-dly ’cross the moor: Th.* chi dron shiver at the cottage door, A nd old men crouch b sid'* th * lire for «»a«e. V*t •*! i 11 t»io happy lark disd-tin* tho br«»o/e; i he buds swell out, the* primrose makes a floor Of syl van bcautv. though th* fro«t he hoar. And ship* a o battling with tempestuous so «. #ri« April still, but April wrnof in c!nnd — Month of sweot promise and of Nature’s b'is«, Winn F.arth I mps up at Heaven’s roriving kiss. And flou « at wint *r lingering in her shroud. Haste swift'v, sptimr, to hard h drear d-cay. And welcomesummer with tin* smile of May. Join IH.nnis -(notof Kureka). BORN. (’arson. May 11—Wife of Mr. Camille La marr**, a soil. MARRIED. (’arson, .M »> II—James C, Smith to Miss Fla viI hi Mo' dy. Virginia. Mav 11— II. T. Callistor to Miss M a r y F. Hitlro:. DIED. Spring Valiev, near Kurak a. May 15— Patrick 1 n*iin*y, a native of Iroland, aged ’8 years. SKW To-1>A Y. LIST OF LETTERS I > KM.UNINU IX THE l’OSTOFTICK AT It Kuroka. Nevada. on tho pith day et .dav, Ib7d. Persons calling lur any of rlie«u lifters will please ••ay “Advertised .May 17th, 1#70.” Mlf»' V«I*t. Godfrey Mrs 10 Gu.-tman Miss Gltv C McGee Miss Ida Ynlvordo Mrs 1. \ anatstinu Mrs L Worniuck Miss Dolly Zunnow Mrs Fanny . UeiillHtnai'N hist. Anthis Martin Allen David Anderson K J Alien Jus l' Anderson Samuel C Hailey J M lieainer James 11 Drosnun Patrick Duller John II lilnck hum It A tlnuhion John ( hipmun S S Ciimpb' II Jerry Colod homes 11 Conn Thus Coburn G I) ( humbors Willis C Covait Wallace Dewing Orlando Davis Win il Donrn II J A Davis A 11 Duvis David Dunstun James Di'nock T it P LI wood J Finery Lewis T 2 h rorman Mos )S D I nrlingor Oliver Fitch Gee A 2 i hosenbyChas 2 l uirhanks Leenian h alley w m G ray J 1) (lent.y Joseph Giiiunip A J High 1> A lln/.eiriiis II P Hurlburt Geo M llunilfn J K W Hodges Homy iioorhner II C James isuuc i. Johnson Wiu Koruoban Hugh LooKerman ilenry Lind Jack Lane Frank Lock man Wm LutcavHh h M Longa bough US Morris*.n 11 l* Mom-on G A Mauii) l> W •Miles H il iViarchandTrefflu Myers Robor* Muthey Neal G Morris Ldward Meilean Henry MeMurcby Dan Non I il .1 i rcssugno Uouionico Kccd Joseph J House Timothy hosenhorg David Uiinriulla Louis Rhodes A G Richardson Thomas ftcnith James A Smith Gumbriel Seal John lidtMild L K Taylui i \V Thompson L W Vickers James Viorn John M an Alvali S V\ ills Solon 11 Worniuck L P Williams John Foreign Idst. Persons calling for any of tho following lot lera will ploaso suy “Foreign, Advertised.” IlernvHCum Angelo Heaudin Narcisso Jleunetts Jamos Brown Walter HiondaCels^ Gipson li*»si Giovanni Dalro Gilmour Thomas Itunson .*'am Hogue Hierro Lingi Sinigani Leo T W Lsu/.on LvangolDtes Martini Aurillo McKinnon Milos McAully Angus McHroen Frank McQueen Angus 2 Noreti Domenico Newman James Pope Chss L j'as(|ual .V Hurbotta Ruth Thomas Richards Samuel Reilly C St Michel Alphonse Weber J C iayl7.lt CORWIN M. WILSON. P. M. jskw to-day. / CE NTENNIAL RA^eVi -AT THE— WILLOWS RACE COURSE, Munday, Monday, Wednesday *u4 Thursday, July 3d, 3d, 5th and Oth. other horses ns tho owners ni ih» ’ i ni1 ,up& allow to bo entered. 1‘urso 8801^° tt^uve m*>' Also sinirlo dash of half a iniin r Purse #.VX). ,nUo’ rro<> for all. SECOND DA\ —Tlire«*-ritiar*nr. t nnd repent, free for all1 a^Is**1** burse $«K); 2d, $200; 3d, $100. THIRD DAY.—Six hundred ynrdunni 2pd.ii£;"id:v7."' 1',,rso svw-i3t thnt hav"6novor*beaten0 twi^nTinut If SiUO—1st horse 8300; 2d, $l£i;'ad,t7¥' 1'urstt FOURTH X)A Y.-Ono miln'nnj . for all horses. I’urso }l WwaMge 2d, S.t»; :td. *100. ’ l't lorse $700; Four or more to; fill an(t ti.r„ , . start. tlireo or more to Entrance Twenty Per Cent. Entries to Close June 28th, 1870 fc^TAIl race* tu ho run undor tlm tho >acraiuentu Jockey Club? U ul01 of HARDIN Proprietor*. _myl7-td FOR SALE. rjUURTY NO. ONE TEAM MI LES; Twonty eher|i work mules; Twenty set of Concord harness, second-hand; Fifteen sntof mule.nrness,seeond-hand; Ton wagons. diffro;,t sum. I. 4 I'. 11. R. CO. 1’. E\ KRT5, deneral Superintendent. Ei b-ka, May ltt. 1876. niyH-la, UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. Schoror Sc Kirchthalsr, Prop’rs. qkrvkd ui* at all times, in the U most approved stylo. Fish, Game, A net tho best BEK!*'. I'LMK and MUTTOX to bo | roc tired u. tlu murket. Men Is ut ull boors. ML KAO, PIES, CAKES, etc. myl7.tr O. Dt.'IkKL. a. BaFHKL 0. DUNKEL & CO., Cnrnrr n.ln nu<1 « Inrk Mrrtli, Deal.r. ia Koniun nmt Douie.tie 1>KY G O pi) S, AN3 CZiOTimVO! BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, ETC., And Mnnufurturers of t AHNMDKi: AXI) \% IIITK MllfRTft, mrl2-tf GAMilMS SALOON — AND— LUNCH HOUSE! In the bu.emnnt of Whitton’a AM Ell CAN EXCHANUK BITLDINU. N. li. Corner ol .Mein and Clark St.. ( HIICAOrt P.EEIt. AVI) the best i.ig V Horn. \ViHu« and t iuur. for Li1, cent.. Cold Lun d) ut nil ho ir.. IIAl rT .1 Mi DaNIEL (MAC. the Slairo Driver), Proprietor*. May I), ie" i. myotf POLL TAX. t POLL TAX OK KOUl DOLLARS IS A Dow duo tho St*to, for the year WM, by onch male iiiliubitunt over tho age of twenty-on# and under sixty yearn. Pleano call at tb« A» rfenjor’s office and nettle. J. C. POWELL. County Ai##*or. Kikfiu, Nov., April 2!», l«7rt. Hp2» . Information Wanted. OK TUB WHEREABOUTS OK JOSEPH I’Ellli A I'I.T, who *oinetime»oe< by th" name of JOSEPH SNEEL When l««t beard from lie Mm* in Cornucopia. .Nevada- Any lieiHen knowing of lii« wli roaboot* will con fer a In.or on iho under-ignetl, bi« mother, who i» nuxioim to boar from bim, bjr gum* ber tbo roiimruil inlorieiition. ...... M ItS, It. T. oNELh, Mineral City, While Pine county, .Vjv. Virginia “ Entorpri**" and Elko pendent " copy lor olio weok aiul vend tin thi* otheo. nl>|1 . j. i.kvi*. Euro'in. i.Muott.SanKrancraco LEVIN Sc SIMON, (MPORTKKS AlCU DRALKR8 IN CIGARS,TOBACCO, STATIONER* CON FECTIONEBY, SCHOOT. BOOKS, KTC., K'IC. Mala klrect. Eureka, Nevada. nl _ __ —-— l>iNHolution* rpilK COPAHTNKUSIUP IIEliKTOKOHK I exi*ting between l.nnibng It Hubbard, in tno praetioe of the law, ia tbia day dt*»olw |,y mutual.con.enU ,N(} CM AS. 11. Ill'll BABB Eureka, May I'ttli, IKTii. niyH-liu^ INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH. r iVIl.E IIEltEAKTEIt BE AHLE ')'> 1 devote mere atientlen to i/mlraej1'1" ,f r reneli. I will taken elnr* ol children , "idllcioutly large—at lower J'l lor adult". hlCEDKN llEl/bh. en11-1 m" WANTED. WANTED AT TV bo, WOOD-CUOi’l’EBS und coal-burner*. Apply t® '. TIloWItltlDUE. at U.J-1-Kilirw "tore. Eureka, between 11 and U o cle’ .y, three day*.