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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
'SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1876. . AV KKTX. W. H. WILSON.Pioche DOCTOR 0. SUIJLZE.Ruby llill WILL itAfliUTTo. I'alisade A. M. H'.iiNE.Austin r. STARR.Hamilton H.P. HTIMLER.B.lmont ClIAS. B. STEITBEIMKR.Tybo OIIAS. W. CRANE, at Ng. 42« Montgomery ntroot, is Solo Agont for the Eureka Daily Skstinki. in San Francisco. Porsons in that eity hav ing business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CHARTZ is authorised to recoive suo seriptions for the Skstiskl and collect for tho same in this town. All persons in Eu reka -Wing for subscriptions will make paymont to hits. THE NEW TORK MININU STOCK EXCHANGE. The San Francisco Stock Report, a journal devoted exclusively to min ing matters, has the following on the above head: “This new venture on the part of the great mercantile capital of the continent, trespassing as it does on what has heretofore been regarded as the exclusive province of this coast, and especially of San Francisco, has naturally excited no little comment and discussion in mining circles here. The prevailing opinion is that the new Eastern board, so far from affecting our business detrimontally, may probably result in its considerable increase. Whether the wish be father to the thought, in this expression of opinion or not, let doctors decide, but the argu ments advanced in its support are at least specious. The principal one is ir refutable— that it will attract more money to this coast to assist in the de velopment of our mines. On the other band some urge that it will divide the business, but every one ridicules the idea that New York can ever fix the price of mining securities lor San Fran cisco. We are nearer the mines, so runs the universal argument, we can learn earlier and oftener, and more re liably of their condition. We have the prestige’of present possession, which is doubtless niue points out of ten in mining law as well as in others. Last, but not least, we hold the certificates, and New York transactions must be for a long time at least conducted either on credit or on the very few cer tificates they may possess. This is the ooilated opinion of our stock aDd min ing men, and seems to be reasonable and refsrable to facts. The New Y'ork ers claim that they enter on the busi ness supported by $130,000,000, and de sign to establish a clearing-house, but the clearing house will be of little avail without a branch office of each important mine to guard againstfraud ulent certificates. On the whole, San Francisco cati afford to wish her East ern friends success in their new ven ture, and our coast will not grudge the East a share in our bonanzas—as long as they send over the money to pay for them.” BLAINE ON THE STUMP. Mr. Blaine has taken the slump in Maino, ami will, it is said, make sev eral speeches during the campaign. We have not seen so much as a syn opsis of his first address, hut find the following criticism of it lu the New York Herald of the ULh instant: “Senator Blaine opens the canvass in his own Stale with unnecessary vir virulence, thereby doing himself more harm than the political enemy whom lie would injure, llis speech at the district convention at Augusta on Wednesday was not only in bad taste but it was singularly inappropriate, coming from one who has just gone through the fiery ordeal to which ha was subjected. Doubtless Mr. Blaine would have us believe that the charges against him had their foundation in political malice and were intonded only for political effect, but, forgetful of the charity he asks, he fails to ac cord it in turn. His insinuation that Governor Tilden will use of his abun dant private means to carry the Maine elections in September will not be be lieve 1 by any, and it is not possible that Mr. Blaine him self believes it. Why he should so far forget the attitude in which he stands before the country as to utter such a foolish slander, is not easily ex plained upon any other hypothesis than that his illness lias deprived him of much of that acuteness and com mon senso to which he owed much ot his prominence. It can not be tiiat Mr. Blaine is trying to scathe others because he is himself not unscathed, or tiiat he attacks Governor Tildsu’s integrity because his own would have been attacked had he been Governor Tildeu’e antagonist in the presidential battle. But whatever view we may take of his motives his speech is equally unworthy.” Maliqniku thk Dead.—We have before us a religious, temperance and anti-tobacco paper, called The Inform er, published by a lot of blatherskite preachers, at Elgin, Illinois. Refer ring to the Custer massacre, it says: “We are sorry for these soldiers and for their friends, but do not regret the death of Custer, for the world will bo better off without him. He w as vain, imperious, selfish and cruel. The blood ot the three hundred who died with him, and of hundreds of thou sands of others whose death he has eaused, stains bis memory. Let him be remembered only aa Napoleon and Alexander are remembered, with hor-! rorand loathing.” Could malignity go further? And yet these men have the effrontery to call themselvesChris tians. ■ i. . . - . . 4'AM HA ION BVNCOXHG. There is a great deal of buncombe being used by both parties in the pres ent campaign. False Issues and false ideas are also presented in wonderful profusion. Take, for instance, the Chi nese question, and it cannot be denied that a great deal of printer’s ink is be ing used on this score. Each party swears by all that la good and holy that it represents in all of its purity and strength the anti coolie sentiment of the country; and each, too, claims that the other is shaky or doubtful on this popular rallying cry; while the facts are, so far as this coast is con cerned in particular, that there is no person who desires the further immi gration of the Johns. Everybody on the Pacific slope, without regard to party or partisan bias, is against the Chinese. Democrats and Republicans are alike sound on this question, and one is just as sound and no sounder than the other. It is true that the Democrats secured in their Natloual Convention a little stronger admission of the existence of the evil, but beyond this they have no advantage over the Republicans. We take for another example the money question. Eacli party is trying to outdo the other in the matter of coin professions, and eacli accuses the other of harboring some sort of longing desire for the supremacy of the rag-baby. There is as much buncombe in ail this as there is in the Chinese business. No consid erable portion of the American people are opposed to a return to specie pay ments. They simply differ as to the best and speediest moans tor the ac complishment of this purpose—a mere disagreement as to detail and not as to the real substance of the proposi tion. We do not believe that there are fifty men in the United States who would seriously object to a resump tion of specie payments to-morrow; and still men are ready to cut each other’s throats • over a matter about which there is no issue in fact. The school question is another propo sition concerning whiuh there is no real difference between the parties, as parties. There may be a few religious bigots who would subvert our free school system, but neither political party thinks of indorsing so impolitic a scheme. The whole truth is tiiat there is a great deal of the discussion now engaging tho attention of the newspapers and stump speakers which amounts to nothing more nor less than campaign buncombe. Cane Pkesentation.—The subjoined item is from the Gold Hill News of the 17th inst: Judge Goodwin, editor of the Virginia Enterprise, wrote a Fourth of July poem lor the people of Quincy, Plumas county, California. The folks of that place wished to show their appreciation of the act, and determined to do it in their own way. They accord ingly had manufacturedamostelegant, gold-headed cane, which was presented to the Judge last evoning at the Enter prise editorial rooms, the presentation speech being made by Colonel K. H. Taylor, in the presence of a party of old timers. The stick is of manzanita wood cut in Plumas county, and the head is of solid Plumas gold, set with a beautiful specimen of Plumas gold quarts. The inscription reads: “ Hon. C. C. Goodwin, from his friends, Quin cy, Cal., July 4th, 1870.” Judge Ska well.—Speculating on the probable action of the coming Dem ocratic State Convention, the I.yon County Times says: Judge Seawell is mentioned by the Democrats as a prob able candidate for the Supreme Judge ship. Ho would in that position be the strongest man the party could pos sible bring forward. Republicans and Democrats alike in this Judicial Dis trict are afraid he will accept the nomi nation, as in that case they would have to elect his successor this fall, and they do not know of a single available man who is his equal. Mugs.—The Enterprise takes issue with the Sentinel regarding the mugs of the presidential candidates, contending that Wheeler “ has a brow like a Chief Justice and a jaw like Von Moltke.” We should say that not only Mr. Wheeler, but the whole Re publican party, as exemplified in tlio acts of its platform builders, is* princi pally jaw. As to your recommenda tion, Judge, concerning the mirror business, we shall call the Major’s at tention to the matter as soon as ha re turns from the Bay. - —— ■ — -e •— ■ ■ — “ It Would Mean War.”—This is what Senator Fattersoa thinks would follow the State of South Carolina go ing Democratic. It did not mean war or murder or anything of the kind in Virginia, Cieorgia or Mississippi, and, with all deference to this airy states man, who, as the country knows, has been long enough in the South to buy a new padlock for his carpet bag, we do not think that lie judges his white fellow-citizens at the Soutli fairly. The following delegates will repre sent ilumboidt county in the Republi can State Convention: W. L. French, C. II. Stoddard, F. X. Banks, K. l\ Torrey and John Byrnes. The dele gation favorp De Long for Congress. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [SPKOIA!. TO THK DAU.V SENTINEL,.! The National Election I.an s to be Ntrictly Enforced — The Presi dent's Military Order. New Yoke, Aug. 17. A Washington special to the Tribune says: The Attorney General’s office is adopting measures to enforce strictly ail tlie provisions of tlie national elec tion laws, not only in the South but elsewhere. Great care is to be exer cised, it is said, in tlie selection of Su peivisors of Elections,and instructions will be issued for the guidance of all United States officers in a few days. Prosecutions are also contemplated against persons in Alabama who are accused of having perpetrated frauds in tlie State elections, though it is diffi cult to see how the United States has jurisdiction in the cases, and also against any who are guilty of intimida tion of voters. Special counsel has al ready been appointed to assist in this work, and arrests are expected in a few days. The United States Marshals’ of fices in the South are to be made more efficient; some changes of principals and a number o< deputies have been made. The military order of the President, published this morning, lias furnished tlie chief topic of conversation to-day among the politicians who still tarrv in Washington. It has inspired the Re publicans, who trust In Die Adminis tration machinery, with a confidence and hope which tboy have not felt aince the passage of Civil Service Re form, and they now look for a return of the days when theSouthern question overshadowed all others in national politics, and the loyal men of tlie North voted tiie Union ticket, asking no ques tions for conscience sake. Indiana Independent State Conven tion Declares for tho Silver Dol lar. IftnrANA, Aug. 17. The Independent State Convention to All vacancies on tlie Slate ticket, met to day, with 300 or 400 delegates pres ent. After tlie selection of officers, ftc., resolutions were reported indors ing tlie platform of the Independent National Convention and denouncing tiie act of 1873 by which the silver dollar was dropped from our list of coins, and demanding its return, and that its free coinage should be encour aged, to enable the Government to pay its coin obligations in silver, as it has the right to do under tlie orig inal contract. Jenernl Khermnn a Position on Is rant's Military Order. Washington, Aug. 17. General Sherman will not at present Issue any special orders for carrying out the President's directions concern ing troops, except to publish that or der for general information. No changes of stations wilt be made of troops in the South, nor will any be ordered unless they seem necessary in a precautionary sense. General Slier man says ttiat great care w ill be taken that no rights of States shall be invad ed by the military Authorities and that tiiey will be held strictly within the bounds prescribed by law. The mili tary will not take an active part in any case, unless called upon in regular form by the civil officer's. • The President hoses Ills Patience. Washington, Aug. 18. Delegation after delegation of Mary land Republicans has besieged the President to procure the removal 01 United Stales Marshal Goldsborough, ot lSaliimore. To-day another power ful ell'ort was made,the result of whieli will deter any future attempt in that direction. The President lost his pa tience and frankly to'd his interview ers that they would appear to better advantage in attempting to unite the party in Maryland; he gave them no tice that he should do nothing for eith er faction, but that when the party be comes a unit in Maryland, be would listen to the recommendations of those having authority to speak. Goldsborough has been a faithful offi cer and the President refuses to dis place him on the demand of one wing of the Republican party in that Slate. A Widening Breach lu the Bepufo licau Party In New York. New Yoke, Aug. 18. The breach in the Republican party in this city wiJens. Tile address of the Republican Reform Club an nounces that a set of delegates will be chosen entirely separate from those of the Custom-house ring. O'Lenrr Accomplishes Another Fraud —Negro Troubles In Texas. New York, Aug. 18. It is now staled by competent wit nesses that O’Leary only walked 320 miles in the late exhibition, and some say only 220. Tho first witness is Frank Clarke, who came from Chicago with O'Leary, and who laid out the track for him at the rink. Clarke says that after the first iieat he measured the track and found it to be seventy five feet short. As eight laps were counted a mile, this made a difference of forty-five miles in llie whole 500; but ho say s that there were other and greater frauds than this. Instead of walking eight laps for a mile the pe destrian was general.y credited with a mile for every six or seven laps, so that tiie whole distance actually walked was brought down to at*>ut 272 mi(ps. Plummer, the time keeper makes a more serious charge, as lie says that each night, or early in the morning, O’Leary, instead of being on tiie track, as every one outside of tiie rink sup posed, was sleeping comfortably in Ins bed, while he (Plummer) marked off the miles at the rate of five per iiour, as if O’Leary had been walking and making very good time. This, he says, occurred every night excepting Hie last, when he finished in tiie pres ence of the vast crowd of admiring spectators. It appears that Clarke ami Plummer’s only motive in exposing tiie fraud, in the perpetration of which they had noth taken so conspicuous a part, was the failure of O’Leary to pay lliein more liberally for their services. Plummer «ays bo only got $30 lor his 121 hours’ work, and that he had to snatch that. He says O’Leary chea.od everybody out til their pay, and that lie said there had been only 1,(500 tickets sold, at 25 cents each, during the whole week; whereas Plummer is sure that nearly 7,000 tickets were sold on the last night. He saw $1,500 In the hands of the treasurer, and that was only a part | of Saturday night’s proceeds. It is | only just to say, however, that the charges are denied by oue of the judges. The Herald has a special from Hous ton, Texas, giving the dentils of the murder of two negro thieves. The ne groes, at last accounts, were assem bling foi* vengeance. r CREECH HEWS. Held ns Hostages. London, Ang. 18, The King of Dahomey holds lour Frenchmen as hostages, and threatens to kill them if the British squadron tires upon the natives. Starving Turks. A Correspondent writing from I’hil lipopolis, under date August 11, says the condition of the Turkish army at Nish is deplorable, and starvation is threatening; and the country around does not atl'ord supplies of forage. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. Destructive Fire In I'lslt. Sat.tI.akk, Aug. 17. The bttsinoss portion of Jacob City, in Dry Canyon, was entirely destroyed by tire last night. When the alarm was given the Humes were discovered issuing from Noble’s saloon on Main street. They spread rapidly, and in a short time the whole lower portion of town was destroyed. The only prom inent building left is the Kirby House. Loss over $30,000. The tire was the work ol an incendiary. It is believed that a storekeeper named Lipman started the Hre on his premises in or der to get the insurance, and lynch law is talked of freely. Mmail-I’ox S|»>rtlug Paper—Krpub llcuu Cam pa !»■■—Etc. Kan Francisco, Aug. IS. There were lour deaths from smill pox yesterday; two at tlie pest house, one the French anil the other at tlie Chinese hospital. Sixteen now eases are reported to day, im-ludiDg four at the Catholic Orphan Asylum. In Hie libel suit of fliram Tubhs, proi>rietor Tubbs’ Hotel, Oakland, against Geo. Tlnstloton. of the Jolly Giant, the jury last night failed to agree and were discharged. The Ihcijic Life, edited by Col. H. Q. Shaw, will be issued at noon to-day. It will be a roeord of sporting intelli gence on the Pacific Coast, and chron icler of the latest turf news, hunting and fishing, rifle and pigeon shooting, athletics, yatching, rowing, base ball, billiards, dramatic and military events, and tire department matters. S,.eps are being taken by the Repub lican party for a vigorous canvass ol the State. The list of able speakers is now being made lip in this eitv. The Hayes Invinetbles, Hayes and Wheel er Blues, Veteran Guards, Boys in Blue and Ward Clubs are thoroughly organized and boast of strong mem bers hip. It is stated that Senator Newton Booth, G. C. Gorham and Senator Sar gent will stump the State. The cam paign will probably open in earnest in the early part of September. Wm. Kedgeney, 10 years old, No. 20 Minna street, yesterday afternoon shot Mary Ann Fauuon, aged 10 years, of No. 15 Minna street, wounding her severely. Some time after the shoot ing. Mrs. Kedgeney, mother of the hoy, took her son to the City Prison, where he was locked up pending the result of the wound, which is consid ered very dangerous. The shooting is claimed to have been accidental. A trotting race, mile beats, three in live, for a purse of $500, will tako place over the Oakland track on Sat urday, between May Howard, Gold Note, Defiance, George Treat and Gov ernor Stanford. Anle-.'HortPin Statement — Leprous Heathen—The Knilroatl Vase. San Francisco, Aug. IS. The following is the translation of the dying statement, written in Ger man, of Mrs. Pauline Kohler, who was shot by her husband on the 12th instant: San Francisco, Aug. 16, 1807. I, the undersigned, certify that my husband. Frank Kohler, accidentally discharged his pistol, while cleaning it at the Continental Hotel, Sail Fran cisco, room 18, ami the ball struck me, but through no fault of his. Written at St. Mary’s Hospital. Signed: Paulinh Kohlkr. B. D ROST IS, VVilness. The signature only is in the hand writing ot deceased. There is evident ly a mistake in tlie year. It is now stated that tlie Sumatra, which lias horn chartered to carry a cargo of Chinese paupers to Hong kong, will Only take healthy ones, and that those alllicted with leprosy and other diseases will be rejected. The caso of Anthony Kgl vs. Coni nil Pacific railroad Company came up in tlie Fourth District Court to day. Plaintiff got an injunction restraining defendant from paying interest on the bonds of tlio California Pacific railroad. ixtkiu'.sri.\u i.KrrKUH. flinrlc* I'r.tnciM Adams amt Urn. trnnz Nigel l»r lllileii Ruil Hen •tricks. In answer to a letter of inquiry, II. F. McDermott, editor of tlio Jersey City Herald, has received the follow ing: Quincy, August 5, 1870. Dear Sir: I am one of the class now denominated Independents, asking no favors and voting for tiie best men without regard to party lines. I pro pose to retain my position. Hut as to the choice ottered to me between Mr. 'fiklen and Mr.IIayes,though having no prepossessions against either. 1 not hositate to say that the homer is far the most titled to meet tlj > emergency lit our politics, in my opinion, and 1 intend to vote for him. Very truly yo ra, OlIAIILKS l-|»aN'CIS All VMS. Urn. Nigel for Tililcn. To the Editor of the At , Sir: Hav ing received of late several invitations to address political meetings, it seems to me my duty to declare, tor the pur pose of avoiding all misunderstand ing, that the principle and policy la t down in the Democratic platform, and in tho letters of acceptance of Tilden and Hendricks, are in accordance with the views which on many occasions I have expressed and defended privately and publicly. I should be faithless to myself by not upholding and defend ing them now, in the hour of trial, and therefore shall give my support iu this election to the presidential ticket adopted by the Democratic Conven tion. In taking this step, I desire, how ever, to add that I shall not renounce independent action in political mat ters relative to our own State and city, whenever questions of national policy of paramount importance are not in volved. Yours, very respectfully, F. Sioku New York, August 8, 187(i. MTKAl.INUft. The trustees of the Agricultural So ciety met again yesterday afternoon, says the Keno Gazette of the 17th, anti discussed the various matters pertain ing to tile coming fair. It was decided to appoint a committee of ladies in all principal towns to solicit articles for exhibition at the pavilion. An assessment of 81 per share has been levied by the Crown Point Min ing Company, delinquent September 19; and one of fifty cents per share by the Kossuth Mining Company, delin quent on the same day. Articles of incorporation have been filed in San Francisco by the Crevice Mining Company, Gold Hill, with a capital of 810.000.000. The Directors are W. G. Alban, J. W. Winter, A. Fleming and George Humphrey. BORN. Hold Hill, August 15—Wife of Wm. Fault, a daughter. Virginia, August 14—Wifo of Chas. M. Bon nnnios, n ilungliter. MARRIED. Virginia, August 15—John Mitchell to Miss Currio i'rusk. Virgiuiu, August ltt-A. J. Uinckloy to Miss Sadia Vortreas. BIRD. Virginia, August 11—Joseph W. Evans a nu tivo i f England, aged 21 years. Virginia, August 15—\ jrginia, only daughter of Jana Hannah and James Tonkin, aged 4 months and 4 day. Austin, Augu-t 15—-Charles Emmett, son nl Mr. and Mrs. C. II. lilassun, aged 1 your and n months. CEVrmiAL WATCHES! JUST IMPORTED AND FOR SALE — AT— J.STRAUS’ MAIN JEWELRY STORE EUREKA! (Opposito J. A. I’axton A IV« Hank). BATES’ WATCHES! Highly roco.utnondcd Uy J. Straus, and all loaning watchmakers of San Francisco. Hold watches, jewelry, otc., sold for gold iu my establishment. GOOL> ARTICLES are worth tho money. Clocks, silverware, and other fancy articles, for . alo ut i’lF'l Y CFNTS profit aboro cost. ___j >27 tf NEW-JEWELRY! WATCHMAKER -AND JEWELER . T»E(IS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC 1) (hut liu ban ju>t rccoirod a jury tine •tuck of Diamonds, Watches, Chains, Jewelry, Silverware, and Clocks. Which he < fFors to sell at TWENTY-FIVE PEtt CENT. Ll^SS than any other house. Please call at his store, one door south of S. A-him A llro., and examine his now stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. His motto is quick sales and small profits. A good assortment of pobhlo spectacles con stantly on hand. All of the above ho guarantees to bo of tho BE vr QUALITY, and warranted as repre sented. N. B.—iSpecinl attention paid to watch work. Wati hos repaired and cleaned and warranted fop ono year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repuirod. All ordors from the country promptly at tended to. P. .STELER. Eurok, July 4. 1870. jyfttf WANTED IT KNOWN. Bates' Watch is not a first-class Watch. It is only a tenth-grade watch movement mad* by the Springfield Watch Company, Springfield, Illinois, and nobody can recommend it as such. P. STELER. au8tf HENRY- JvIIVJD, Wholesale and retail dealer in LIQOURS, WINES AND CIGARS, on Main street, opposite Pioneer Rostaurant. TTAVING JUST RETURNED FROM Louisvillo, Kentucky, and Snn Fran cisco. California, no 1 made an-ang**ments for regular shipments of good* in mv line of bus iness, I am prepared to outbid all opposition for quality and price*. (live me a call end lind out the TRUTH of the above asset . < f-r yourselves. nuHtf_ _II. KIND. STRAY HORSES! OXK BRIGHT HAY NORSK, live yours uW, <veight 1,000 g l» winds, without '*rau<is or murks ■ o' • ». i"d. Also ono floubitton • til: VY Al A UK, weighing about 1,000 pounds, it* d U. mdod “11” on one of the hips. Also mm *' tit! I.!, CmL T, a yearling, branded on oi.• hip wi;b m inverted letter “0” or “C.” 1 ?i • ck cnuio to my ranch in 11 un tiniuoP \ ailey, Elko county, abort, ono month aso. JOtiEril CK AW FORD. Angu.'t 13,1807. aulti-lm miscklla nko vs. 3>. B. IK1KBL & eg BANKERS. In Ike Old Exprem BuiliUng Main Stroet, Kureka. ■J'JUAWS AT SIOIIT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW TORS LONDON, And all principal cities in the Unitod Ri.i and Kuropa. ol*tw Discount commercial paper. Kccoiro deposit, in Coin or Current.. Open account: Certificates or Special Deun.ii and will transact a * ""i General Unliking Ilt.aineaa Long exp' rionce in tho Collertlng Department Cf Woils, Fargo A Co., justifies U| in an. pouncing that we will make Cellectlons fro in Abruiul a Specialty _ apiitf_^ JOMX A. I'aXTOX, AI.LKX A. CUItTU, h XUII KK PAXTON & CO., B A 3ST K. E DEL 8. EUREKA, NEVADA, jyiAW AT SIGHT. IN SUMS TO Sill Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francim Anglo-Caiifornian Dank.London J. A W. Seligman Sc Co...New York l). 0. Mills Sc Ca.Sacramento Deck ar k J owett.-.Maryevill. Whito k McCornick.-Sait Lake City Discount Commercial paper, MakeCollee. tions, Kecoiro Deposits in Coin nr Current; on open account. Certificate, or Special lir posit, and trunsact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK DOUUIIT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. __mhll_ SELECT SCHOOL. MRS. BIBBERS \\r 1LL OPEN A SELECT -'CHOOL 01 f f Wednesday, August Id. lS7d, on Clark stroet, near Jud.o baily’s rosidonc-ft, Eureka. TEKMS. English and Drawing, $4 f.vr month, nr 112 per quarter. Language extra. Loxsons on tho i'lana, two por week, $l‘J pr quarter. aulotf MINING TAX. Notice is hkkkht given that th« tnxoa on tbo i»ro<*eed* of tbo mint* of Eureka county far tha quarter endm* J unu • 0, l*7t>, aro now duo and payable at my offioo, and that tbo law with reyard lu r ho collection of tbc aaruo will be atricllf en forced. J. C'. P<»WELL, A*aes?nr of Eureka cour ty. Eureka, Nov., Ally. H,U7S. auli SAM. GGLBSTONE, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, ToJ baccos. Cigars, Hardware, I Crocker v, Glassware, And . Tull aaaoutn.iit of General Mercian dia. cheap tor caah, nbol.aal. ur d retail. Call and too ai.at Odd reiluwa’ buildiai. or el rur Clothing Store, aouth of faxion Jt C'o’a Hank. j.li-tf Eureka Drug Store! Kexi Door to H>lh, Itirvo A < o'h Olllrc. Whore can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Pa,snt Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles OF ALL KIM,*. Careful attention given to the preparation of PHYSICIANS’ PKKSCKIFTI0X8, Having had a practical knowledge in thiflHa for more than twenty-livo yoaru. ap20tl P. J. SCil N Kl I>KK. Druggist. Wholesale Liquor House* la miiUon'M NIoiif Hullillag, N«in ktrcFl. LiirckB. Having just uetuked from ths Eom, after larchamn* a lame ami SELECT STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, I mu competont of not only competing with tho Eureka merchant*, hut aliko with ban Francisco travelers. 1 will also bo able to furnish salooon-keepors with Cronk Beer, On and altar J une 1st. I say nothing but what I am willinfto guarantee. COME AND .SEE FOK YOUU* SELF. HENRY KIND, l’ropriotor. jeR)-myi CAYUGA WATER, THE Wonderful Chemistry of Nature. An iin r a 1.1, i n 1.e specific fob Drighi’s disease and other Kidney A flec tions; Lifer Affections; Dyspepsia and otocr Di •'eases of the .Stomach; riles or Hemor rhoids; Khuumutism in nil forms; y®JJ' Hravel or Stone, and all Diseases o! the l tin ary Organs; Scrofula; Jaundice; 1‘over sn® Ague; General Debility; Nervous I tii*n; Skin Diseases suth as Salt Rheum, beta Head, Chronic Ulcers, Blotches, l*imploa, otc. I>r. I.* Terry, Agent for Eureka. TAYLOR A BOROWSKT, Sole fluent" for tho I'acifio coMt. Principal depot, San V rancisco. aui™_ FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A Candidate for re-election to the oflw® J ustioe of tho Peace of Eureka Town»n»Pv jy-tf R. M. HKAUU FOR CONSTABLE. UB. MtKEK ANNOUNCES HIMSELF • n» a enndidato for the oftoe of •table for Eureka townehip at the cd election. “1J_ CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE. T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS I a candidate for CONS’l A I!LK (or township, subject to tbo nomination 01 Democratic Township Convention. w-aL|SH Eureka, August Sd, IS7U. au*-td