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EtJKEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
FRIDAY, jufcs 30, I87«. AVEXTft. W. R. WILSON. Pioche POOTOP 0. illUL/.K.Ruby Hill WILL rlABBITTS.Palisade A. M. it'.RNE.Austin r. ST ARB. ._.Hamilton H. P. STIMLER.Belmont CII AS. B. arrElrUERHER.Tybo CilAS. W. CRANK, at No. 42>( Montgomery ntreut, is Solo Agont for the Eureka Daily S Kirn ski. in San Francisco. Persons in that city having business with this office aro re molted tu communicate with him ALP. Oil ARTZ is authorised to receive suo seriptiuns tor the Skktinki. and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka -wing for subscriptions will make pavment to him. KII.VKK Itl.HCOtX r. They have another silver scare in San Francisco, and the rate of diHconnt has again reached seven per cent. The whole thing seems to be based on the fear that the ten million silver bill, pending In Congress, will be enacted into law. For a city whoso prosperity is inaihly dependent on the yield of our silver mines, to become thus exer cised over the probable passage of a law tbat will afford a market for a very insignificant portion of our aggregate product, is something entirely beyond the ken of ordinary mortals. It Is sim ply saying to tbs people of the Fast that silver Is a big tiling for you but not for ns; that, after all, there is scarcely a perceptible difference be tween greenbacks and silver. They seem to forget, in the meantime, that in cutting down the price of silver they are striking directly at the mining interests of the coast, from which they draw so large a share of their sustenance. All things considered, it is, to say the very least, in exceed ing bad taste to make a “ bear ” raid on silver before the law bus passed in Congress. After the new coin gets into circulation there may possibly be some excuse for a reduction in the price of silver, but that remains to be «een. There is certainly none now. The Call, In opposing the passage ot any further silver bills, takes occasion to say that “ there is more danger of the bard money States being brought to a greenback basis than there is hope that the greenback States will be re stored to a gold basis.” If tills be true, ail tbe talk about « resumption of specie pay ments had as well cease. But such is not the fact. 8an Francisco is emi nently a toll gathering place, and the majority of her people live by the commissions they realize from tbo in terior. Both money and stock brokers seize upon every opportunity to either “bull” or “bear,” as circumstances may warrant, and the metropolitan press seems only too glad to assist them. Thst is why silver is now worth but 93 cents on (lie dollar. TH.I>K9I AXIS HzanKHKI. The work of the St. Con veil-. lYllll W5IH TlrflO^ffTlo a close yesterday by tbe nomination of Thomas A. Hen dricks, of Indiana, for the Vice Pre«i dency. His nomination was unani - >ous on the first ballot. The ticket as i. stands is one of the ablest that has bt -n presented to the Amorlean peo ple for thirty years, and, as might be reasonably anticipated, it gives univer sal satisfaction. The declaration is flashed from all points that it is enthu siastically received. We think there can be no question that it is the strongest that could have been named. If tbe Democrats can not win whh Tilden and Hendricks they may as well make up their minds to acquiesce in perpetual Republican rule. Formi dable at the start, it is a ticket that is likely to grow in popular favor as the the canvass proceeds. Of course it is too early to speculate on results, but it must be admitted even now that there is a very strong probability that the country will ratify the work of tbe St. Louis Convention. Raymond and Ely. — Concerning this representative Pioche mine the Record, of the 27th inst. has the sub joined: The Raymond and Ely thirty stamp mill haa again started to work crushing ore, using the whole thirty stamps for that purpose. There is at the mill enough ore ahead to keep the mill running about three weeks, which, with the amount that will be delivered every day, will keep up steady work tor a long time. Oir Platform.—Colonel A. C. Kills, of Carson, was-Nevada’s representative on the Committee on Platform at the JSt. Louis Convention, A Political Scknf-.—The Carson TVthune thus relates a little scene in which Tom Tennant and General Klt trr 11 took leading parts. The scene is laid in the headquarters of the Young Men’s Christian Association of Carson, otherwise Winston’s Exchange: Tom T.—There will be a row in that Democratic Convention when those charges are made against Tilden. They will tiring out something to help us eleot Haves. Gen. K.—Bah! As well take out Swift's one-horse engine, and with it attempt to bespatter the face of the glo rious orh of day with the drainage of yon sewer, as to attempt to laruish the fair name ol Tilden. Democrats applauded, while Repub licans snickered. On the Fourth work will bo sus pended in the Consolidated Virginia and California mines and at the C. A CUeUaft. ^Tlito wljl give the boys an op portunity to'spend the Fourth in Car son.—Urt tome. A «««!» WORD FOR TII.DEIT. The Gold Hill S'eivs, one of the stanchest Republican papers in Ne vada, and which, by the way, has Hayes and Wheeler nailed at its mast head, reviewing the possibilities and probabilities of the St. Louis Conven tion, pays Governor Tilden the folio v ing well-merited compliment: In a long professional and public life, he has not committed one act which can be looked upon as a blem ish to his character. He has fought corruption in the ranks of his own party, and filially succeeded in crush ing it out of existence in his own Slate. He Is a consistent Democrat on principle, but lie was never a "eop| er liead.” and he was always as eager to put down fraud committed by Ins own party as was ever Republican to ex pose it. New York City and Stale owes more to him to day ilian to any other one man. It is precisely tins which is going to injure his prospects at St. Louis. He was one of the most earnest workers in the campaign against the Tammany King, and it was to his efforts, joined to those of diaries O’Connor, that the fall ol that corrupt combination was due. Tammany has never forgiven him for this, and never will forgive him. The organization has never, since his attack, been strong enough to rule New York, out it still exists, and managed in the Utica cquveiiliou to secure a number of delegates to St. Louis. These dele gates are pledged to vole against Sam uel J. Tilden to the bitter end, and they will do it. They are sworn to prevent his nomination, and they will do tills if they can. There are many other things which will militate against Tilden. He is a hard-money man, and tins fact will array Ohio and tile soft-money West ern States against hiui. Hut his great opposition will come from this miser able remnant ot Tammany llall in New York. It is very difficult to mnn in ale a man in any convention, unless the party in his own State is unani mous in his indorsement. Sti'l it is possibly perhaps probable, that Tilden will overthrow his rivals and secure the nomination. If he does, and the party unites in his cordial support, we shall have an old-time fight, principle against principle. Honor to Hayes.—General Mayes was given a magnificent reception at his oid home the other day by friends and neighbors, irrespective of party, lu acknowledging the compliment lie employed the following language, which does honor alike to bis head and heart: There has been too much bitterness on such occasions in this country, last us see io it that abuse and vitupera tion of the candidate that .shall he named at St. Louis do not proceed from our lips. Let us, on ibis centenni al occasion—this second century of our national existence—set an example of what a free and intelligent nation can do. Let us show in electing a Cbiel Magistrate of the nation, the officer • hat is to be the first of forty or forty five millions; let us show in all tho-e who visit us how ttie American peo ple can conduct themselves through a canvass of this sort. A lady correspondent ruslios to the defense of Anna Dickinson’s dresses as worn in “ Anne ISoleyn.” She says her velVtfT'fhi*’i. the genuine article, and “ has no cot«jn » -kin!* to it.” She omits to mention whether there is any cotton fronting to it. Germans for Tilden.—A meeting of Get man editors and politicians, in Tilden’s interest, was held last Satur day in St. Louis, which appointed a committee to memorialize the conven tion in favor of Tilden’* nomination. OUR HAN FRANCISCO I.F.T TF.R. [from the Suntiskl’s Correspondent.J San Francisco, June 26. Editors Skntimsi,: It seems that business of every kind has got the dry ret—at least the majority of the people have. And stocks does it all. Instead of fostering, improving and extending their businees, they divert every dollar possible from its rightful use.to stocks. Periodically they are “ squeezed.” Consequently they are always under a financial stress; their business lan guishes and finally dies. They are not content witii slow and steady gains, but want to become millionaires all at once. The majority of them, if they were wealthy, would be mure miser able than now. It requires a man of sense to handle a fortune. There are a certain class of people who never learn from experience, and, instead of being all dead, are largely on the increase. Nmnwltuir Opium and Prostitutes. In fishing out information furthe po lice and revenue officials, who, it aeems, cannot see a hole through a ladder, the newspaper reporters have learned that opium in large quantities is smuggled ashore by every steamer from China, a,id that while the officials are cn the scent of the opium smug glers, a large assortment ot Chinese prostitutes is being smuggled ashore. It is popularly believed limit he impor tation of these women has been stopped; and the Custom-house hooks contain the arrival ouly of males. Hut in this instance, at least, figures lie. The srrivsls are as great as ever, if not larger. The police are endeavoring to break up the Chinese opium dens, where not only Celestial-, but a large number of teirestial Americans con gregate to smoke, sweat, fume and stink, at 2£ cents a smoke. It is said by those who have been there that an “opium drunk,”is more pleasant than one on bad gin—it costs less and makes one less quarrelsome, etc.; that it makes the imagination more vivid, and, like hasheesh, lias the effect of en larging the body—in the person’s own estimation. Many are inflicted with this inflated opinion of their persons, who neither smoke opium or eat has heesh. Theatricals—Mornll.y, Socially, and Otherwise. The theaters hold the boards In the sensational line. Nude arts have tri umphed oyer decency, and not only men unblushingly went to see the de nuded Amazons at Maguire’s, lint “ la- | dies’niglits’’ were advertised—in the fashion of Eastern melodeons. These nights were so well patronized hy the “ half shells” and ’‘tainted respectability.” that it was final ly decided to throw off the mask, and open the doors to all. The representations were declared “ chaste and elegant” in this "family re w-ft.” Everybody agreed they could see " nothing vulgar about it,” and so they all went and—then went again. Naturally enough, after woman were permit!* d to go, there was a greater rush than ever for seats. If there is anything in (lie world that can excel the base taste of man, it is a vulgar woman. Man, being soft and rather inclined to sin, is naturally prone to wink at the little frailties of woman and finally forgive them; hut there is a depth to which a woman of intelligence and refinement can descend for which she can never be forgiven,and one of these grievous faults is "getting stuck” af ter nigger singers and bad actors. The same rule does not apply so strouglv to iii-ii who go crazy after light-head ed actresses, because in such matters men are naturally silly, anti are more easily deceived by fascinating appear ances than women. Itut there is no defense for either. There are some women who make a practice of falling in love wit h, or rather, "getting stuck ” alter, theatrical tramps. a wealthy slock broker'* wife of this city, rioted on Barry Sullivan, a good actor, but — nothing else to recommend him. She paid $15 a night for a hnx during Ins engagement. Site did the same dur ing tlio past two weeks of Kiguold’s engagement at Wade's. Baskets of flowers probably cost as much more, it was a mild type at. first, but. the symptoms gradualIv developed in'o a well defined stale of luna-y, until last Sunday, when it broke oik as an un mistakable and hopeless case in the form of doggerel verse, in one of the city papers, addressed to “ Harry: My King." When they get that far, ail hope may as well lie abandoned. The California Theater, which was also producing a “ King Henrj,” had a similar sensation, there being an en tire change of characters and scenery. A “ swell ” became enamored of one of the actresses, she liecatne infatuated with him—and his borrowed money. One fine morning, after a night's de bauch. tlie lightning calculating clerk ol tlie hotel sent her tlie usual mes sage in such case^Jtlmt her “room was wanted.” Like all women, she had a ready excuse. She said that tlie mail’s Itat. which had been found in her room, was one worn bv herself on the stage; t ut the indignant clerk consid ered this story as thin as the gauze around tlie living statues at Maguire’s, and so she went to another lio:el kept oil the European plan. J. M. S. EASTERN DISPATCHES. Ey Overland Telegraph. |HFKCIA1. TO THE DAILY SENTINEL.] How Governor Tilde?* the New* ol hi* >01 Albany, S *-1 Governor Tilden pas t tlie Executive Mansion / members of his lion ceived but few di-ps Louis, and se-’-it nor s evening, v-.'.fen tlie f * hi'UbFiin was received. e nomination of Tilden i I lot, it was sect up to /e Mansion. Thera wei th tlie Governor, Contri- -n. State Engineer Van Buren and four or five otlipr friends. Mr. Newell took the dispatch and read it aloud to tap Governor. “Is that number two?” lie inquired in tlie calmest lone, with not even a smile upon his countenance. Subsequently tiie following dispatch was received: St. Louis, June 2* To Gov. Tilden: I congratulate >011 on your enthusiastic nomination. Kentucky will most heartily indirxe you with her 40.000 ma jority. .1 cWN t:. L'NDKRWOQI), Lieut, uovernor «>t Kentucky. Tliis was also read to the Governor, who then exhibited signs of interest, and inquired if any one knew what the vote was, and wl at the plaHotui contained. No one present could an swer either question. The Governor then drew four or five of those present about him, and in a tone scarcely above a whisper, said: “I can tell you what has been done. This nomination was not made by the leaders of tl.e party. It was the people who made it. They want reform. They have wanted it tor a long time, ami in looking about they have In-come convinced that it is to he found here—pointing to himself. They want it; that is what they are after. They are sick of corruption and the maladministration of their affairs. They want a change, and one for the betier; a thorough reformat ion." Other dispatches were then received conveying congratulations from all parts of the country, in t tie midst of which ttie Governor maintained the most stolid imperturbability. Blaine nl Home—Ilia Condition. Augusta, Mr,, June 28. Blaine reached home this" everting, having come through in a special bar in twenty-six hours from Washington. He was very much fatigued ami ex hausted by the journey, and was taken immediately to his residence, not be ing able to stop a moment to receive the congratulations of a large number of friends who had assembled at the railway station to welcome him. He is now under the care of his family physician, and it is hoped that perfect rest and quiet will soon restore him to health. What la Thongltt of the Woinlni* Ilona. Nkw York, June 20. It Is said the Evening Express will indorse Tilden. . . Dispatches from New York Slate and the East stale that the nominations were received with favor, but in the West there is much chagrin and threatened bolting. The Tribune's special lias this: Morton says the ticket will bo the weakest that could bn made; both gen tlemen, he said, were of violent South ern sympathies during the war, and he thought their financial theories could not be harmonized. Those in Indiana who have worked for Hen dricks for tho first place would not have the zeal to work faithfully for him as second to a man like Tilden. | Me said Hayes and Wheeler would i carry Indiana by at least 10,000; he Is sure also of New York and Ohio. The Timex, editorially, says: To morrow is tile last day of the fiscal year. There is yet nothing but a vague expectation that some of the mpre important appropriation bills may be got through and for eveti ibis vague expectation there Is no apparent basis. The Democrat les at til. I.ouis are engaged in demanding tlie reputa tion of the national faith, while the Democrats in Washington are trying to force political legislation through the Senate under ihrert of stooping llie wheels of Government. Within forty-eight hours consequence* of the most serious, not to say disastrous, character will ensue, tinlu-s their crazy obstinacy can he broken down — certainly the most disgraceful eshibi lion of reckless partisanship th it was ever made in the United States. The M. I.ouis danveittlou—In uni ■nuns Nomination ot Henilclcits. ST. Louis, June JO —10:10 .v. M. The Chairman announces ihe next order of business will 1st the nomina tion ot » candidate for Vice President and the roll call lias reached Indiana. (Loud cheering.) Sr. Louis, June JO—10:55 a. m. Governor Harden, of Missouri,names the ni.aniinniis nomination of Thos. A. Hendricks, of Indiana. St. Louis, June 29—19:41 a. m. The Secretary of the convention is reading congratulatory dispatches re ceived from ail point. St. Louis, June 29—10:31 a. m. The convention was called to order, Bishop Robinson, of Missouri, open ing with prayer. > St. LotJis. jtane 29— 11 a. m. Roll call: Tlie State of Georgia is voting for Vice President. Tile vote of the Slates will be jmanimous for Thos. A. Hendricks. f ■ St. Lap*. June 29. In withdrawing Hhiio1 icks McDon ald said lie would leave the responsi bility with the convention Pennsylvania seconds VVoodso'i, of Missouri, in Hie nommajtion of Hen dricks. General Steadman, of Ohio, with draws the name of H. B. Payne, of Ohio, and seconds the nomination of Hendri -ks. Illinois nominates Hen'|rick“. McDonald, of Indiana, ip now speak ing. The roll call of States ip now going on, voting for Vice Pre--i lHnt. T*'e roll call lias readied lUin/us and every vote so lar is cast for Hendricks, inn Indiana asks to have li*r vote |>assed for tlie present. St. I .oris, June 29. Hendricks was ui»aiiimniis|y elected for Vice President on tlie first l>ai!ot. st. Louis, June 29. Tlie vote for Stales will be no mi metis for Thos. A. Hendricks. Mas a chu-etts votes for Hendricks; ail other stales vole fojf him. Not a vote forativ other can>lurfl«*. Tlie call has r -ached Texas, whii/h votes.solid for Hend• i• -u —unaniuyous for licit.liicks. \\ il liams. of- Indiana, is now respondu g lor tliap Stale. ytlr. Louis, .1 tine 29—11:30 a. m. |Cs®llv submits to the action of the c^u ventinn ami pledges himself to j work with a will lor the election ot Tilileu and Hendricks. FOREIGN NEWS. I’arilou of f'ummiiiilstst*. Paris, June 28. President MacMahon lias pardoned or reduced the sentence of 8.‘i persons who were imprisoned on account ol their participation in ilie Communis!jc insurrection. A letter accompanies the decree of the President, say ing that iil-asures for the suppression of insur rection may now he considered ac enmplishod, and tliat there will he no further criminal prosecutions except in cases involving attempts upon lilenr liberty, or in case of insurgent leaders, and that such special ca-os will be re ferred to a Council of Ministers before being presented. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. Great Enthusiasm nit This tdast Over the Nomination ol Tlldcu. San Kkancisc^, June 211. On receipt of the news of Tilden’s nomination last evening tint Demo crats lirntl 100 guns, and the Young Mens’ Central Democratic eiuli lield a meet ing and appointed an kxecutxe t'ommiitee to organize the campaign. The news is generally favorably r** ceive.i by (lie Democrats, |here and prominent men of the parly claim that with Tildun ami the anti-Chinese plank they can carry the State. Oou'SA, Cal., June 28. Tlie news of Tthleit’a nomination was received here with great enthusi asm. Duns are being fired and there is general rejoicing umong the Demo crats. Stockton, Calf, June 28. The nomination of Tildeti is hailed with grat ideal ion by the Democrats hare. A grand rat ideal ion melting will be held to-morrow evening. Virginia, Nev., June 28. Thf> news of Tdden’a nomination is received here by Democrats with .satis faction, but with no enthusiasm. There have been no public manifesta lions of joy. To-morriri# -night there will be a 'ratification meeting. The Republicans are betting heavily against Tildeti and in favor of Hayes. (Several Items from I.o« Angeles, among whlrb Is a Cowhltling Meusatlon. Dos Angeles, fa!., Juue 29, Tiie nomination of Tilden and Hen dricks gives complete satisfaction to the Democrats of this section. A letter in this evening’s Krpresx from Holedad says that the Chinese have struck gold in the bed of tliu creek at the north end of the San Fer nando tunnel. The workmen have de serted tiie tunnel to lav out, claims and quite an excitement lias been inaugu rated. A tailor named Tobias was found dead in Ids bed this morning back of his shop on Commercial street. An inquest, held this afternoon,rendered a verdict of death from heart disease. A Mexican named Yorba was stabbed at Wilmington day before yesterday and is not expected to recover. Ho was stabbed by one Jones, who bad been on a spree with him and accused him of robbery. Sixteen Chinamen were arrested last night for playing tan; fourteen were discharged and two held to answer. This afternoon a great sensation was created on Main street by a woman, who is attached to Woods’Opera House, named Minne lloss. She cow hided a hackmau named Latlirop lor having,ns she says, used foul language in her presence last night. She struck La th rop several times with the whip, when he drew his pistol. Her hus band then eamo up, hit Latlirop with his eune, and anoiher man seized him by the arm. In this helpless rendi tion he was compelled to take a terri ble castiga'inn trom the woman. The i husband was afterwards arrested, and paid bis tine. Thaeowliiding has been the talk of the town eversincc. •las. A. I’rilebard, one of the direct ors of tile I,. A. and i. K. K., arrived here to day. and it is believed liis visit, lias reference to the extension of the Independence road to San ISernar diun. A Tollce Court Item— .Mnufonl Sen re lieil. San Fuancisco, June 29. Cle.o. E. Maguire of the stock broker age firm of Child A Maguire, was be fore the Police Court this af.ernoon to answer to a charge of embezzlement of llie sum of $2,(MM) from Truman C. Dexter. Dexter deposited $2,300 in currency with Maguire on March 20, IS7i>, wiiicii he claimed was in iho na ture of a special deposit. When Child A Maguire failed witness’ name was placed on the list of creditors and lie had not recovered his money. Ma guire’s books corroborated his state ment that the money was not on s|ie cial deposit and the case was dis missed. _ N I K A I 1 •>(«*. The prize-light between Bennett and Williams, says the Virginia Chronicle, is still under discussion with tlieir re speelive backers. It is prolmhle tliat a number of sports will subscribe $10 each tor a purse, for which I lie men will pound each o'her ill the regular s'vie. A hanging or a prize-light is needed here to enliven (he city, which is deplorably dull at present. The California mine commenced paying dividends in May. and lias therefore paid only two. If the mine were worth $-lM.000,000 in .lannarv.it is certainly worth more Ilian *is,000, 000 now, lor il has only just com menced paying dividends. Governor Irwin, of California, has appointed three holidays in connection will) the coming anniversary of tlie dill of July, including that day, tlie 3d and 5th. This particular designation of honor is owing to tlie Centennial no casinn. We hope our Governor will do tlie same. We learn from Rev. G. B. Allen, says tlie Carson Tribune, that lie lias made arrangements to start a weekly newspaper, iliat will be devoted to the irtere-ts of the State, the perpetuity of the public “olionls, and otner mailers more prominently before t ie public. At tlie foundry of the Virginia and Truekee I tail mad Company, at ('ar son, a cannon weighing about a ton is being cast to Tire salutes w it Ik on tlie Fourth, A number of the Comstock mines will give tlieir boys a holiday on the Fourth. A fire patrol of twelve men is to be appointed fir Virginia City. MARRIED. (’ar«i n City. -Ian© ’.'i John M Canada snil iVi-s Mute Van Von"!. (h'lil (till, J"Di fi-Jubii Shnnnon and Alio Delia ,1. \(inr on. BORN. Virginia, Jana it— Wife of .A lain Leichtor, a rnn. Wien -11111(0, June ‘JT -Wife -j( .1. It. Aicdon nirlo. a son. Dima. (’arson City, June 25—Joseph T. Hall, of Te hama county, Cal., aged 11 year*. Virginia, June 2d—Dura Quinlan, aged U yea s. ,\ kw to-da r. “■ -■ "■ . _ T ■ - - .■ —L- j FOR TALE OR LEASE. mllE KI.KU HOTEL. SOUTH MAIN L street. Eureka. including fornit ire, bod uing. bar fixture*, dishes, kitchen utensil*. • tc.. nil in complete running order, will be sold or leased on favorable terms. The «**fah. li |»m»*nt is centrally located and doing a good business. For particular*, apply on the , premises. te-MMw ' ■ m ..■■■■— The Best Democratic Paper. FOB THB CAMPAIGN. The Virginia Evening Chronicle' for $4. 'I’llE POLITICAL EVENTS OF THE 1 Presidential campaign will bo copiously sot forth in the V mu ini a i.vknino Chmonjci.k, »md the Gaily Edition will be mailed, postage paid, to uii> address in Nevada or California, from J uly 1st till the end of November, for 31. 'I ho Evkni.no CiiHoNiri.K has Special Corres pondents in Washington, Now York, St. t.oul* and Sun Francisco, and subscribers can roly upon ho kept thoroughly posted. The Comstock Mining lie ports and Local News of Virginia are inoro fully detailed in the fcVRNixu CiironIi t.K than in any other newspuper, and being issued but throe hours before tbo dupaituro of the mail truin, it* nows is 24 hours ahead of the Enterprise, itddrosg EVENING CHIiONlCLE. jo27-liu Virginia, Nevada. EU&IKA AK9 BELMOVr Sta.jg’e IJne, A. J. FRANKLIN.PROPRIETOR CION CORD COACHES AND FIRST j class stock. Leaves Eureka every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o’clock ii. Leaves Belmont ovory Sunday and Wednes day, at U o’clock, M. Eureka office at International Hotel, D. II. 11 \ LL, agent. H Imont ollieo at tho Postollico, II. P, STI VI LER, ugent. jofflt-tf Ruby Hill Water Works. TWROV AND AFTER THIS DATE ALL L claims against the Ruby Hill Wator Works will bo paid by J. \v. PEARSON, who is al b alone uuthori/.ed to settle with these indebted to tho same. W. 1). HARRUB, Proprietor. jeS-tt miscellaneous. railroad excursion ON THE . FOURTH OF JULY, 1N7(5 FROM PALISADE TO EUREKA. rPHB EUKKKA ANI> RA1.I3AHK HAH.. X road Company will run a KPKCIAI# RXCiKMlOS TRAIN From TVi*nd« to Furoka on tho morning of .1 uly 1th, 157 *. Leaving Palisade at 1 o’clock \. m„ arriving in Kuroka in time for tho grand procession. Ticket*. for the round trip, $o, and will l»o good to return on tho morning train of July rtth. J87t». Ticket* for *nlo nt tho ticket office in Palis, ude. ** * Au r Uen’l Freight, Puasong , r. i!.y K*tir.5, jcL’H-td General Superintendent# SHERIFF’S SALE. BY Y1KTUR HF AX EXECUTIOX IF sued out of tho District Court ol the First Judicial District ot Storey county. Mate of Nevada, on the 11th day of Match, A. D. 1870, and to mo directed and delivered, for a judg ment rendered in said court on tho Wtfc day of t»etober, A. 1>.187j. in favor ofAlenry C'on brough, plaintiff, • nd ag inst tho ftil ver Lick < onsolidate'i Minin?Company, de endant. for the sum of three thousand live hundred and | twenty-two d> liar-' and thirty-seven cents, in | II. S. gold coin, with interest in like gold c°in at the rare of t-n per cent per annum, to ff- tlier with damages, and #10 25, in U. 8. gold coin costs of suit, with interest on said 522 ‘»7, at ton—10—per e«nt. per annum, from December 31, 1871, until paid, I have on this, the Uth day o‘ March. A. l>. 187», Mt 4 o’clock i*. m., levied on tho iollowing real estate prop erty, to wit: Those certain mines, lodes or deposits, mining ground, known as tho Silver hick, located February 22d, 1871. recorded March 1st, 1871; Caliiornia, located February 25th, 1871, recorded March 1st. 1871; \ era Cruz, heated February 25th, 1871, recordM March I t, 1871; Hobby Hu ns, located April 221, 1871, recorded Ap il 22d, 1871; Black Chariot, locat d April 2Uth, 1871, recorded April 4Uh, 1871. 't he itnove mines are duly recorded in the records of tho Eureka Mining District, and situuted and being in Eureka county, Nevada. Notice i*« hereby given, that on theSOIn day ol July. A. I). between the hours of W o’clock a. »i. and 5 o’docx i\ m., vie: at 12 o'clock M., 1 will sell all tho right, title, claim and interest, of the soul doiendarit, Silver hick » onsoliditted Mill and Mi iing Company, of, in and to the above described plop* ny, and which said defendant* had in property on the llth duy *»f March. 1S7i># *t tho C nirt*hous« in H-ireka. Eureka county, Nevada, at public auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satis- : fv mi id execution and all costs, UKu. \\. 141hMOKE. Sheriff. By S. B. Bki.i., Deputy. Fprkka, Eureka county, Nov., June 27*h# 187'*. j 28-td NOTICE. rHAVI? TIIIS DAY SOLD AND TRANS fered to \Vo*.*drufT Jk Knnor my *ntire bus. inos*. stock ol aood*, jro.ul-wi I, etc., of my *t'*r^ on Main street, between Clark nnd Cab man street*, in ihi* town. I hankir u the pu 1» lic for their past patron* e. I re peetfolly so licit a continuance *»t th- ir favor* for the new Arm. A. <i. SNLTS1NOER. Eureka. Juno'27, lb7>i. je*.s-|m WOODRUFF & ENNOR, Wlinlifuilc ninl K<>(nll Ikr.lrrx GROOBRIBS Provisions, Buttor, Fggs, Minors’ Supplio —ANI>— General Merchandise iLASS W A R K, CROCKERY WARE, AND WOODEN WAKE. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on bund. Remember the place: Woodruff A Knnor* old stand. Main street. Eureka. jr2btf O. Ill nk ke. «• K %P1IKL 0. DiMEL & CO., C'oriicr MmIii ami t lark Mreels, Dealers In Fwrclan and Domestic DIt v a OOD H, AND CLOTHING! boots, siioks, iiats, oats, ktc., Ami Mumifncturer* »f (ANSI WKHF. ASS|> WHITE AMfRTN. nirlJ-tf THE NEW STORE. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. Corner of Buol and Bateman street*. Eureka. Il\ST ARRIVED—A WACSOX-LOAD OK fl Centennial Fourth of July goods, consist ing of (lags and emblems of all des«ri| tions. • 1 have a lot of LADIES* CNDEKWEAR, which 1 will sell below ijos - Vegetables, Fresh from the gardens of California, nrrivo on every train. jeJ7-tf MRS. M. A. ASJI1M. GRAND BAL L! -FOR THE— THE BOYS AND OXB.LS, MISS MINNIE D SOUSIA IirlLL GIVE A GRAND HALL AT W DIANA HALL on the evening of July 'Id. 1R7U, for the II*• VS and GIRLS. All aro re (tactfully invitod to attend. __jcl.’T-J.D__ SAM. COLDSTONE. Groceries, Provisions, Liquors. To baccos, Cigars, Hardware, Crockery, Glassware, And a full asiortmontof General Merchan dise cheap for cash, trhole.-alo and retail. Call and sco mo at Odd Fellows’ building, or at my (.lothing Store, south of l'uxten k Co's Bank. joKt-tl