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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. kS7f>. AOClfi. W. H. WILSON.Piooho DOUTOI’ O.SUPLZE.Ruby Hill WILL BABBITTS..Palisade A. M. HoitNE.Austin T. STARR.Hamilton H. P. STIMLER.B. Imont CHAS. B. STEITBEKOER.Tybo CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42d Montgomery ntreot, is Solo Agent for the Eureka Daily Skstiski. in San Francisco. Persons in tnnt eity having business with this otfico are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CII A.RTZ is authorized to receive suo scrirtions for tho Sentinel and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Ku roka *wing for subscriptions will ruaku payment to hint. Wlivr IION. II. W. KKVKI.S SAYS About Hie Political Situation in Jllssls»l|i|>l-Tlic Opinion of n Representative iolercil Han. The charges made by Senator Bout well, in a recent speech in the United States Senate, regarding the late elec tion in Mississippi, is still fresh in the minds of the people. The garbled and false presentments made by that gen tleman are so clearly refuted by the following letter from Hon. H. \V. Revels, one of the ablest colored men in the United States, and recently a United States Senator from Mississippi, that it leaves the Massachusetts Sen ator in the position of either an ignor ant pretender or wilful falsifier. The letter was published in the New York World and reads as follows: Holly Springs, Nov. 7, 1S75. To his Excellency E. S. Grant, Presi dent of the L'nited States: My Dear Sir: In view of the result of the recent election in our State. 1 have determined to write you a letter canvassing the situation, and giving my views tfcereon. I will premise by saying that I am no politician, though having been honored by a se.at in the i United States Senate. I never have i sought political preferment nor do I ask it now, but am engaged in my call- | mg—the ministry—and feeling an i earnest desire for the welfare of all the j people, irrespective of race or color, I j have deemed it advisable to submit to yon, for consideration, a few thoughts in regard to the political situation of this State. Since reconstruction, the masses ot my people have been, as it were, enslaved in mind by unprinci pled adventurers who, caring nothing for the country, were willing to stoop to anything, no matter how infamous. to secure power to themselves aim per petuate it. My people are naturally Republicans, but as they grow older in lreedom so do they in wisdom. A great portion of thotn have learned that they were being used as mere tools, and, as in the late election, not being able to correct the existing evil among themselves, they determined, by casting their ballots against these unprincipled adventurers, to over throw them. My people have been told by these schemers, when men were placed upon the ticket who were notoriously corrupt and dishonest, that they must vote for them; that the salvation of the party depended upon it; that tbe man why scratched a ticket was not a Republican. This is only one of the many means these malig nant demagogues have devised to per petuate the intellectual bondage of my people. To defeat this policy at the late election, men. irrespective of race or party affiliation, united and voted together against men known to be in competent and dishonest. I cannot recognize, nor do the masses of my people wtio read, recognize the majority of the officials who have been in power the last two years as Republicans. We do not believe that Republicanism meanscorruption, tliefi and embezzlement. These three of enses have been prevalent among the great portion of our office holders. To them must be attributed the defeat ol the Republican party in the State, if defeat there was, but I, with all tbe lights before me, look upon it as an uprising of the people, the whole peo ple, to crush out corrupt rings and men from power. The bitterness and hate created by the late civil strife, have in my opinion, been obliterated in this State, except, perhaps, in some locali ties, and would have long since heen entirely effaced were it not for some unprincipled men who would keep alive the bitterness of the past and in culcate a hatred between the races, in order that they may aggrandize them selves by office and its emoluments to control niv people, tlie effect of which is to degrade them. I give yon my opinion, that had our State adminis iration aunereii 10 iiepumicaii pimci ples, and stood by the platform upon which it was elected, the State to day would have been on the highway of prosperity. If the State administra tion had advanced only patriotic meas ures, appointed only honest men to office, and sought to restore confidence between the races, bloodshed would have been unknown, peace would have prevailed, Federal interference been unthought of, and harmony, friendship and mutual confidence would have taken the place of the bay onet. In conclusion, let ma say to you, and through you to the great Re publican party of the North, that I deem It my duty, in behalf of my peo ple, Lhat I present theso facts, in order that they and the white people (their former owners) should not suffer mis representation \> isieh certain dema gogues seem desirous of encouraging. Respectfully, II. W. Revels. According to recent statistics the production of silver in the whole world in 1800 was $35,000,000, which rose in 1850 to $12,500,000, in 1855 to $47,000, 000, and 1805 to about $G2,500,0(X:i The production of this precious n. JtM during the year 1873 is subdivided »s follows; England and its colonies, $10,ii00,(i00; Norway, Sweeden and Penmark, $250,000; Russia, $500,0)0; Austria, $1,020,000; Germany, $3,000, 000; l-'rance, $2,000,000; Spain, $2,000, 000; Sardinia, $500,000; Mexico, $20, 000,000; Central and Soutli America, $8,000,000; Canada, $900,000; the United states, $30,500,000, which gives a total of $85,240,000. Including the year 1873, jt js estimated that (lie total production of silver since the discovery of the new world by Christopher Columbus, lias been $715,000,000, the largest source ot accession, during late years, being due to the Nevada mines. Reform.—"I.et us ba\o a change,” ! exclaims the average Democratic pol itician. They profess to mean a chance in the Administration when they say | this. But bring them down to a dose i point and they mein a change in the 1 offices.—('arson Tribune. Of eoutse they do. They mean to have the offices filled by honest men, to the exclusion of such thieves as 1 Belknap, Babcock, Robeson, Cameron i and the ten thousand and one lesser ■scoundrels composing the crooked i whisky and other infamous rings, , which have been cherished and pro | tented by the present Administration. I You're right, Deacon: that’s just what | they do mean. i Ratuf.b Stalk.—Our dispatches to day contain tlie news of the arrest in a Spanish port of the arch swindler and robber, “Boss” Tweed. As tbo same matter was published in Sun day’s Enterprise, which was received here yesterday morning, perhaps some of our readers may not consider it remarkably fresh. We don't know which is the most to blame, the brilliant genius who arranges the dispatches for the Western Union Company at Virginia City, or our selves, for submitting to the imposi tion, but we intend to ascertain as soon as we can communicate with the boss lightning man in San Francisco. _... Thf. Maine Election.—The only news from the Maine election, which was held yesterday, was from a pri vate dispatch to New York, from Re publican sources, which states that the State had probably gone Republican by from eight to nine thousand ma joritv. The chances are, if the bril liant compiler of lightning intelligence at Virginia City doesn’t go to sleep on his watch, that we will be enabled to give our readers the result about a couple of days after they have read it in the Enterprise. Read.—We commend the letter of H. W. Revels, published in another column, to the careful perusal of all who would acquaint themselves with the true condition of affairs in the South, or who have been misled by the parti/.an ravings of such men as Sena tor Routwell and other wavers of the bloody shirt. Our colored readers will find it especially edifying and replete with healthy mental pabulum which we hope they will not fail to digest. “What nationality owns tlie North Pole?'’ is being at present discussed in English journals.—hr. Russia, of course. She owns North ern Poland and consequently has the best claim to all the northern poles. “Chin’’ is the name of a candidate for i he New Jersey Asssembly. “Cheek” should be the designative appellation of some of the aspirants for the same position in this State. In Goon Hands.— Hayes says he is in the hands of the Committee. “Tin Committee” is headed by Zack Chan dler, consequently he is in good hands. _ _i!_ MTKALIXUM. An extraordinary story, says the Chronicle, has just reached Virginia from a rancher living in the vicinity of Walker Lake. It appears that about two weeks ago a teamster was engaged in cooking his breakfast, when lie says lie discovered a monstrous snake attempting to enter the tent where he was engaged in preparing his meal. He dropped the frying-pan and in stantly fled. He went to Belleville, about twelve miles distant, and pro cured assistance. They all returned to the tent, but could discover nothing but the trail on the ground, resembling tli© track of a two-foot log, which led into a marsh called Till’s marsh. Tile whole neighborhood is greatly excited now, and there are lots of horsemen scouring tlie country in search of the great serpent. Says the Carson Appeal: The Wheeler Expedition, so called, ha pretty much started in all its detach merits. One detail has gone Austin wards, another to Sierra Valley, and still another to Like Valley. I.ieu tenant Wheeler, the officer in charge, is still here. He will move with tin remainder ot the force southward in two or three days. The surveys to In perfected lie along a strip of country bordering upon the western and south ern counties of this State, and as wo understand it, contiguous counties in California. This strip of country as indicated on the map is shaped like the letter E, and reaches east as far as Aus tin. We were informed last night, says the Elko Independent of the 10th, that the Hornet mine ot Tuscarora, has just been purchased by San Francisco and White Pine parties, and that uia chiner.y for the mine wiil be ordered from the Hay immediately. The ore taken from this mine is extremely ric'i, but the flow of water is such that .-an not be prospected without the / J of machinery. A mar. from Gold Hill, named John Davidson, last Saturday at Jieno, after losing one hundred shares of imperial stock at gamtiling, attempted suicide by shooting himself in the right ear with a Smith A Wesson pistol. He will probably recover. WHITE PISE ITEMS. From the Nows, Oth. The Tunnel.—The Eberhardt and Aurora Company’s tunnel through Treasure Hill, in thirty days, up to last Wednesday night, iiad been com pleted 103 feet. This distance was run it two shifts of men. The size of the tunnel is Oxf> feet, an l is intended for ! double tracks. Geo. B. Burbank is i superintendent of the work, and says i that as soon as the balance of the ma chinery arrives and is sot up he will ■ make things lively in that tunnel. “Oi.n Smokky.”—'The stamps of this j mill will lie set in motion on Monday I next b.v the Station) Company, of j Treasure Hill. A contract lor hauling ore trom the mine to itie mill lias been ; let. ar.d the con'factor commenced ; hauling last Thursday. A contract ; has also been let for supplying the ‘mill with wood during the winter. We are informed by one of the C"tn ' pany that the mine—the Stafford — never looked better than at present. A Bio Storm.—Last Sunday af.er 1 noon ae had a big rain and hailstorm. which lasted about an hour, and the ; ground was white with the bail which Med. On Main stieet, the gutters over flowed and the water ran into many ftdlars. doing t onsitierable damage to good* that were stored in them. Had the storm continued a little longer much damage wonjd have been clone. O. 11. Cray and wife, trom Cherry Creek, arrived here the first of the week. After visiting some of her old friends, Mrs. <iniv left on Wednesday lor Knreka, leaving her husband litre as a gay old grass-widower. Starti:n Up.—We are informed that the two furnaces of the Martin White Company, at Ward, were started up the first of the week, and are turning nut a large amount of high-grade bul lion. " EASTEB^ D! S FATC KES.I ] i £ly Overland Telegraph. ISrnt’IAT. TO TUB DAILY SKNTINKL.1 A Handler at I’miipl, in Creek Hoiliitlrtl by Indians. CHKYKN.NK, Sept. 10. On the Sth instant Harvey Beason. at Kane's ranch, on Pumpkin creek, near Sidney, was tired on by three In dians, at short range, one of the balls passing through Ins chest, when lie ran to the rttieh a short distance olf, got his gun and returned the tire. The Indians, taking refuge in a washout. | drove him back into the house, where | tie sat eighteen hours with his gun across his knee and cartridges in easy reach, determined to sell bis life dearly if again attacked. Parties have gone with a conveyance from Sidney to i tiling him in, iind it is hoped the wound may not prove fatal. Five hundred recruits arrive.d here yesterday. iiHU.iii.'in treaty naoucii. Washington, Sept. 10. The President has issued a proclama tion ratifying the treaty between the United States of America and the Kiug of the Hawaiim Islands. Ttie Xoi'llitiritl liitnk !t»lil>ern. NoRTHFlEl.t), Minn., Sept. 10. The greatest interest is lelt here in the pursuit of the would-be hank rob oers and murderers. At last accounts tiieir escape seemed impossible, but an addiionai posse of twenty-live or thiriy picked men have gone after them by special train to night. Hogan, the American Express Co.’s detective, identities the two dead men as nolo rious robbers connected with the James brothers. Tlic American Flag ia Etuhlio. Lon don, Sept. 10. There was a mass meeting at Dublin yesterday to protest against the I’.ttl gariatt atrocities. One of the parading bands carried an American li.ig. A Sle.xicutt Horse Thief Killed. Cheyenne, Sept. 10. A Mexican called Pedro, who stole two horses at Sidney, was followed by the Sheriff of Cheyenne county, and two men were-deputized at Ogallalla, Neb., to proceed to a point nine miles east of that place. Resisting the arrest, the thief was shot and killed. The Mexican tired two or tiiree shots at the two deputies, slightly wounding one in the side, and one ball passing through tlie hat of the other. A II—1 of mt Explosion at licit Kale. New York, Sept. 11. The work of charging with explos ives the columns that uphold the root ol Hell Hate begins this morning. It is expected that 12,000 pounds of explos ive material will be stowed away in holes drilled before night. < trders have beeu given to have 20,000 oral ridges at the wharf this morning, so that the work having been commenced it can he curried on without cessation. Ken. Stioi-iium to Visit tire Fncifie Coast. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 11. Gen. Sherman ami family, ami Sec retary of War Cameron ami (laughters, passed through here yesterday on route to inspect the western forts. They will first stop at l'ort Leaven worth, then go to deliver, Cheyenne, Fort Darussell, and San Francisco. On return they will visit the posts along (lie route ill Nevada ami Flail. They will also go from Sail Frincisco lo Los Angeles, in Southern California. They expect to reach Washington again about the IStli of October. FOREIGN MEWS. Arrest ot Jtoss Tweed in Spain. Mauuid, Sept. 10. It was found in July last that Tweed was in Santiago de Cuba, having pass ed there from Havana. Gen. Jovellar was applied to by tiio American Con sul to have Tweed secured and sent to the United States. Gen. Jovellar was quite willing, even in the absence of an extradition treaty, to oblige the American Government, in re1 urn for its courtesy in tlie Araquillez case some years ago. Tweed, however,was apprised in Santiago of his impending danger and sailed tor Vigo, Spain, July 27th, on the sailing vessel Car men. Mr. Cushing thereupon noti fied tiie Spanish Government of tlie fact, and found them willing to arrest Tweed and return him to Cuba or do livor him up to the American Consul. Kvery precaution was taken by the Spanish Government to secure Tweed's arrest in any port of Spain, or on any coast line by which ho might arrive. Severe orders were given to tho local authorities, especially those of I lie Vigo and Galician coast. On Septem ber Gth ‘.ho Carmen hove in sight oil' Vjfro ami was immediately board.d by ! the' Governor of Porte A ida. 'Ihe Governor at onee recognized '1 weed from photographs which he had in his possession for some lime. Tweed was entered on the ship's papers under the name of Secor, and was accompanied by a man giving his name as Win. i limit, who is said to he his nephew. Both were at once secured and thrown into the calaboose, under a strong guard, lull were subsequently trails- i mi red to a fortr ss in Vigo, under com mand of Hie Captain General. The, First Secretary of the American Dega , ii.>n h is requested the extradition of Tweed, and be will consequently lie handed over to the American author ities. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES, raoia cas-ipos-iha .Siticiile -Smut - mx flim l tlr O'Brien. San Francisco, Sept. ID George ID Bus-ell. resi in; at lifts Pierce street, committed suicide in his chamber last night hy taking stryeli nine. He was Deputy County lie corilcr tinder the former city admin istration. lie had recemly been en gaged in teal estate business at 422 Montgomery street, lie lo-l heavily in mining stocks some two or three years ago, since xvlii-th time lie lias been in straightened circumstances, to which his suicide is attriblt ed. He was a native of New Brunswick, aged 4b, and leaves a large family. Five new cases of email-pox and one death yesterday. Fifteen cases have been reported this morning, including two deceased eh'maiimn. Six of the above cases were in one building oc cupied by Chinese. IV. S. O'Brien, of Flood A O'Brien, denies the statement telegraphed front Dos Angeles on Saturday that his linn had purchased the franchise of the Gueymas anil Tucson ruiiruad. and says the report is utterly unfounded. Tiie XcviKln Static Sair. KUNO, Sept. 11. Tlio third annual State Fair of the Nevada Slate Agricultural Mining and Mechanical Society opened to d iv and bids fair to be a complete success. Tiie attendance to-day is much larger than the'lirst day of the fair last year, l’lie pavilion i> over half full now and the entry clerks are kept busy with new entries. The exhibition of fancy work and oil paintings is large and at tractive, as is also tiie exhibhion of organs, sewing machines and Nevada made buggies. Tiie pavilion having been enlarged by ten feet in width, will accommodate a larger attendance than last year. The weather is delight ful, and the track in splendid condition. The races are to-day: First—llnee year old thoroughbred tillies, one and a half mile dash, for a purse of ftihlt; entries, Rosewood, Mullia McCarthy and Sorrell Filly. Second—One ail i a quarter mile dash, free for all Nevada handicaps; entries, South Breeze, Golden Gate, Bradley, Overland Pat, Lady Amanda, XX, Rafael Bill, Hazel Bellenethe and Lodi. Third—One mile dash, free for all, purse §*.<!(>: entries, Ralston. Rill Barnes, Fannie I» and Red Horse. Fourth—Chamber lain plate, dash of two and a quarter; miles; entries, Bradley, Lillie I>, Billy Newell and Golden Gate. Ciitraif by Hour!]mils. San Francisco, Sept. 11. Yesterday evening, three rulliatis in an express wagon, while out on an ex pedition to run the toll-gates ot the subums, ran over and almost killed Thus. Loran.who keeps tlio gate at the toll-house of the Ocean Beach road on the lull back of tlio Mission. Mr. Loran attempted to stop the velii 1 but in the endeavor was knocked down. Tiie wheels crushed his collar bone and indicted dangerous brirses on his breast, llis life is dispaired of. The Autioeli liistillery Case. San Francisco, Sept. 11. The trial of tiie case of tiie United States against CliarU s .lost, proprietor of the Antioch distillery, was resumed to day. Jost was put on as a witness and testified that when 1>. L. Phillips, Special Revenue Agt-lV, was out here lie met witness one day and said, “We are out here to manufacture political capital, and if you will give a little false testimony the whole ot the tiro ceedings against you will be stopped and the charge against, you removed.” “Phillips wanted me,” said Jost, “io testify against all officials from the highest to the lowest down. I was to employ Paul Neumann and ex-Gov. Solomons as my attorneys, and to leave matters with them. Phillips said that if I would agree to the matter he would telegraph immediately and have the tiling stopped. I refused to make any arrangement of the sort.” MARRIED. Carson, Sept. 7— Joseph Ewell to Mrs. Lizzie Jenkins. Virginia \ ity. Sept. 7—Henry Y. Sluto to Mattie E ‘ aid well ... ■■■■-■ ■.. VJ m,mm BOHN. Eureka, ."sept. 7—W ife of J ohn Cummings a daughter. Virginia, City, Sept. G —Wife of Daai d M - Donald, a sun. DIED. Virginia, Sept. !* -Wm. Mayor, a native of (ieniiany, aged 88 years and 8 weeks. Virginia, >ept. 8—James Stephen, son of John and Ann Dolany, aged A months and 18 days. _ x9jkw to-da y. EMPIRE BOARDING HOUSE, North Main stroet. Eureka, Nevada, MKS. E. E. KNOWN, ■ l'roi>rii't res*. J WOULD ItESl’EOTi' U Ll.Y IV. i form m> friends and the public in ftenornl. that 1 have leased the above establishment and will con duct the same us u Pirst-Class Eating-Houss. I would respectfully solicit a share of the public pntronase. sl.-tl_MRS. E. E. BROWN. STATE AND COUNTY TAXES. ALL PROPERTY, 11E \ L AND PER i\ sonal, is now assessable for State and | county purposes. Property holders will con fer a favor by calling at the Assessor’s office i and giving in their -tatemonts. l m-»»f L C> POWELL, County Assessor. NEW TO-DA Y. NOTICE. Notice h herkry given that the Clot k of the hoard of County Com missioners lias this day received from tho Assessor tho certified tax list or assessment r 11 for tho year is" », an 1 that tho liaard of i ouniy Commissioners of Eureka county, Ne vada, vrilj meet as n BO \KT> of EQUILlZi I ICN, at the Court-house, in tho town of Eu reka, • m h day, from 2 o’clock »*. m. to 4 o’clock »*. m , from and including tho EIGHTEENTH 1> \ V oi .SECTEM UEI1, 187d, to und including tli 3 .>ECU.N I> 1 >A i ofUCrOtiEK, 187th F. II. 1IAKM0N, Clerk of tho Board of County CommmissioB or--, Eure * a count*, N- v. Eureka, Novndc, ‘opt. 11th, 187d. sl2-td SAZERAC CHOP STAND. Wm. Walker . . . Proprietor. ipilE r. OPKIETOR OF THE '-' X a • ve-named s ai.d has Eased ir with tho determination of mak ing it the most popular eating tdaco in the town. Every de icac.v that can l»o pro cured in tho market will bo found thore, and served in the most approved style. F !'. E S 11 FISII Wcnevor in the market. A share of the public patronage is respect* fully solicited. j>27tf CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the Corner Saloon. KERRY CASEY, - - PROPRIETOR. ATEWLY FITTED UP WITH ALL THE latent improvements. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. The Best Artists Only Employed. A (ii>an Towel lor S:very I lHtomer. splOtf £7. SADLER & CO , MAIN STREET.—.......EUREKA, NEV., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. <iix» h IH'Itvore*! Er<*«* ol Charge. AGENTS FOR i,OK.j32S-S3' A&'S XIOBEE COMPANIES, % A LS*> FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf SHRAM JOHNSON. Y» hoiesalo and 1’ota.il Dcalor in STAPLE AND FANCY (T12 OCETiliuS Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Chicago Elam imi:l Hroahliai D.tron, sugar cured, always on hand. frs*"Threo doors north of Clark street, on Alain street. apltf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! P A X DI KS, F mi: TS, N UTS A NT) CON KEC V TIONKltY manufactured by mysolf, at tho neat '’onfoctionery Stare, on T/.e East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers if- Franklin's. No Old Imported Cov.:cctioncry! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFY OPPOSITION. ;y21-tf M. YOUNG. ■Eureka Drug Store! Aicxt to IK IS. Inaiuel A C’o’m KhiiU. Where can be found DRUGS, MEDICINES, Patent Medicines, Perfumery. Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes, Varnishes, Etc. Careful attention given to tho prepara tion ot IH1SIITANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS. anJWtt K. J. SCHNEIDER. Drucsut. Eureka Mining and Smelting Co. THIE ANNPAl.MFETING OFTHESTOCK I holders of tho above named Company for tho purpose of electing Trustee* to servo tor tho enduing year, will bo hold at their Office, •Do California Mreet. San Francisco, Califor nia. on Friday, the 20th day of September IHT'5, at 1 o'clock 1*. M. A. C. RYCE, Secretary Sewing Machines. \\r P. HASKELL A- CO. AKE NOW U . Agents for tho Singer and Domostic Sewing Machine*. They have machines for I rent; also, a few secondhand machines which will bo sold very cheap. Will also soil mu I • hints on tho installment plan, if desired. 1 8*2- tf MISCELL A NKO VS. NATION U DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J.TILDES, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Thomas A. Hendricks OF INDIANA. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: J. C. Cl’KKIE..Si„rpj. «• KI>E3iNKKIIA>*SKrr,...,lI„„u,«nu J. C. IIAUKK.HAX.Washoe MEMBER OF CONGRESS, A. C. ELLIS, OF 0 It M 3 E Y. JUDGE SUPREME COURT, Til. BIRB7AT&ICB, OF STOREY. •r»"ted J. STRAUS’ m\n JEWELRY STORE EUREKA! (Opposite J. A. Paxton & Co’s Rank). 70436 T STRAUS INFORMS THE PUBLIC? ♦I . Hint bu ii the sole agent in Eureka fur tho SPRINGFIELD WATCHES, Bates included. Those watches are well made, perfect in all their part', and warranted by the company lo keep crrect time. Any in formation in regard to watches can bo had at Straus*, bylott. rs in hi/ possession, to« long to vublih, and by c.isiomers who Ijlvo bought the wn:ehos. lie has in addition to thoSprinfieM watches, tho finest grade of Howard, Elgin, Waltham, Luipego d and silver watches. It is useless to show jealousy on the part <*•' any man, :or ho will continue selli 'g wirches. cheap and warrant thorn to k«»oj> good rime •Jeweiry, Clocks, Silvorwaro, and SpM*t:i cl *s of a greet variety, for sale. \\ ork d«-n» cheap nd goods warranted > 1:f ?. STELEE, W A T C E4 M A SC E B —A N t> JEWELER M, Importer and Dealer -I V - Fine American. English and Swiss GOLD AMD SILVER WATCHES. Am erica n w atc i i es, k. iiuwakd ,t Co., Amoric «n Wnt h Company, Wal thum, National Watch Company, Elgin and Springfield Watch Company. All of these watches ho has on hand, and of all grad s and prices. Also a largo and well assorted stock of Fine Gold Chains, Jewelry, Silver ware and Clocks. Which ho. ffuis to dull at TWENTY-FIVE PEK CENT. LESS than any other house. 1‘loaso call at his store, one door south of S. Ashim A Bro., and examine his> new slock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. liis motto is quick sales and small profits. A good assortment of pebble spectacles con stantly on hand. All of tho above ho guarantees to bo of tlift BEST QI ALITY, and warrantod as repre sented. N. B.—Special attention paid to watch work. Watches ropaired and cleaned and warrantod for one year. Now jowelry mauo to order, and jewelry neatly repairod. All orders from the country promptly at tended to. P. bTELEIL Eurok, July 4, 1870. jy5tf t PROSPECT MOUNTAIN TUNNEL COMPANY SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE k7 ceivoj up to tho 20th inst., at 12 o’elm'S m., to run ono hundred 1100) foot of tho Pros pect Mountain Tunnel. Size of tunnel, fi/«x 4S foot, bidders to furnish all tools and everything necessary to complete tlio con tract. Tho company reserves tho right to re ject any and all bids, bids to bo loft with the secretary. by order of tho board of Trustee?. W. 11. DAVENPORT, Secretary P. M. T. Co. Rooms 1 and ‘Kkld Fellows' building. Eureka, Nov.% Sopt. 9* 1S7U. spDtu CAYUGA WATER, THE Wonderful Chemistry of Nature. An I!N fallible specific for bright's disease and other Kidney A flec tions; Liver Affections; Dyspepsia and other Diseases of tho Stomach; Piles or Hemor rhoids; Rheumatism in all forms; Lout, Grnvol or Stone, and all Diseases of the urin ary Organs; Scrofula; Jaundice; Lever anti Ague; General Debility; Nervous 1 ,T tion; Skin Diseases such as ^alt libeura*bcaiu Head, Chronic Ulcers, blotches, Pimples, etc. J>r. I*. Terry, Agent for Eureka. TAYLOR A BO ROW SKY, Solo agents for the Pacific const* Principal depot, San i" rancisco. aupai FOUND, \ POCKET-BOOK CONTAINING TW'O 2\. coal receipts from tho Richmond to l»an •’; ono. No. 4.‘>0, in favor of Kosseti * »j" rinni, and indorsed by tho sum *, dated Jt y -d, lS7fi; tho other. No. 481, in favor of A Baisanti, not indorsed, also dated Julv’ f.' 187 ). Also, a receipt for $40 on account * a piano sold to Mi s. Wetherod by W. b. J " rub. The owner can have them upon Joseph Tognini A Co., and pay f°r advertisement there. _gl" _ BI 1.1. II E V 1» S. I, KIT KB and cards, printed at the bLNTD office, to ordor