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8ATURDAY, APRIL 14, 187tT~ A UEJITS. W. R. WILSON.-.Pioche DOCTOR C. SHULTZ...Ruby Hill WILL N. BABBITTS.-.Palisade A. M. HORNE...-.—Austin T. STARR.Hamilton II. P. STIMLER.Belmont UHAS. B. STEITBERGER....Tybo CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42d Montgomery street, is Solo Agent for the Eureka Daily Sextimkl in San Francisco. Persons in that c,ty having business with this office are re quested to communicate with him. ALF. CHARTZ is authorized to receive sub scriptions for the aanffNEL and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka awing for subscriptions will make payment to him. _ Our foreign advices bring intelli gence of the bring of the brst gun of the European war. If this news be correct, two considerable engagements Lave already transpired. In the brst the Turks were beaten, but rallied and achieved a signal victory in the second. The alleged hostilities opened near Scutari, a fortified town of about 50,000 inhabitants, in European Turkey. But few particulars are given, except those stated above, and the further fact that more or less fighting has been going on for several days. There seems no longer a hope of the satisfactory ad justment of tlie points at issue between the Powers. The London Times vir tually concedes that the last effort has been exhausted in the interest of pence, and that an appeal to the arbitrament of arms is now in order. Coming closer home, General Sher man has informed an interviewer that in his judgment the impending war is to bo the greatest known to history, involving grander battles and a greater destruction of human life than the world has ever before witnessed. All that region embraced within the States of Bosnia, Montenegro and Herzego vina, bordering on the Adriatic, prom ises to be the theater of stirring events in the immediate future; events of such grave importance as to inspire general interest and attract uni versal attention. The skirmish just begun may be the means of precipi tating the mightiest condict of modern limes almost before we know it. The President’s Louisiana Commis sion having got to the end of its rope, calls for now instructions, The pro posed consolidation of the Legislatures was not a success, for (he reason that in the beginning neither ol the rival Governors would entertain the propo sition. Continued desertions from Packard to Nichols, however, has operated to work a change in the form er’s mind, and he now signifies a will ingness to accept the President’s plan, but Nichols feeling stouter, becomes more defiant, and thus tbe game Is blocked. What the next move of the Commission will be is not fore shadowed in tbe dispatches. •-- ♦ -- The following is tbe law relative to appointments in tbe Treasury Depart ment: On and after January 1, 1876, the appointments of this Department shall be so arranged as to be equally distributed between the several States of the United States and Territories and tbe District of Columbia, accord ing to population. This Act was ap proved March 3,1875. Secretary Sher man will rigidly enforce it. Under it there can at present be no appoint ments from New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Dela ware, West Virginia, Arizona and tbe District of Columbia. The Secretary will also insist that only cne member of a family shall be employed in tbe Treasury Department. VVao is to be the Senator from Cali fornia, Farley, Ryland or Irwhi? Or is it to bo Borttck, Sargent or Oorham? This is tbe question that is just now disturbing the peaceful slumbers of the Uolden State press and politicians. The Stock Exchange declares for the proprietor of the “boss paper,” first, last and all the time. But Boruok has about the same chance for Senator as a Chinaman would have to become President of a Chico Caucasian League. Evbn tbe vetual frogs seem to sing songs or the new dynasty under the windows of tbe Courier-Journal office. That haunted sheet thus confesses; “Far Into the night may be beard the deep base of tbe taurine batrachian conveying the information and the small frogs reiterating their qestions. Thus they go: ‘Hayes flumps—Hayes flumpslnl’ How-did he-get-it?’ ‘How dld-he-get-it?’ ‘Aliunde! Aliunde!’ ” The New York World tells a story of au intrepid hunter who secured a “tail holt” on a grizzly bear and short ly afterwards was beard hallooing for help. “What do you want help for?” inquired a comrade. “1 want some one to help me let go of this bear,” re plied the hunter. Mr. Hayes wanted some one to help him let go of Pack ard, aud hence the Louisiana Com mission. __ Joaquin Miller wants a foreign mission, which he won’t get. Tbe San Francisco Bulletin disparagingly sug gests that inasmuch as the poet was once “ a squaw man ” in Oregon, it might be well to send him as an em bassador to the hostile Sioux. That Is the roughest yet on Joaquin. EASTERN NEWS. i [SPECIAL TO THE DAILY SENTINEL.] YESTERDAY’S DISPATCHES. WASHINGTON. Kellogg's Incendiary Advice. GENERAL SHEEHAN ON THE EUROPEAN WAR. RANDALL’S CHANCES FOR THE SPEAKERSHIP. ANTI - SILVER DECISION. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Chicago, April 12. A Washington special to tile 'Jribune says: Governor Kellogg bitterly com plains of Chamberlain’s abdication and declares forcibly that Packard would never surrender in a like case. He said: “Suppose, now, lie bad liis head quarters in Plaquemitie parish, where the colored elenunt predominates. Why he would have fifteen thousand colored men with white officers in ttie field to sustain him. I tell you the White League there would have enough to do to look alter their homes. Why every colored servant in the em ploy of members of the White League would have tlieir little bottle of coal oil ready for the match, and when a col lision occurs, if it does come, the league will not have time to be fight ing Nichols’ battles in New Orleans, but will he needed at home to look out for their property. Packard means to defend his title and tiie rights of those who elected him.” P.EW * ORK, April 13. A Herald Washington special thinks Randall will be re-elected Speaker without a vote. There promises to be a lively eoBtest for Doorkeeper. The President’s polioj' in the South will be to appoint old line Whigs, everything being equal. The Louisiana Commission isdivided on the subject of a new Legislature, and have asked new instructions of the President. There was a tirein Fourteenth str?et —Chiekering’s old piano warehouse. Extent of the loss, $27,000. Tho Secretary of the Treasury has decided, in response to a question sub mitted to him by the Commissioner of tile General Laud Office, that silver coin tendered in payment for Govern ment lands cannot be received in any one payment to a greater amount than $5. A World's Washington correspond ent interviewed General Sherman on the probable Russian-Tttrkey war. He said neither Russia nor Turkey ever bad larger or better armies than now. They have all the advantages of the many improved arms and modes of war, and the result will be that the world will witness the greatest battles ever fought, so far as destruction of life is concerned. I believe this struggle is going to cost a million lives, and they will not be all Russian or Turks either. I can hardly believe that the Turks can withstand the shock. They may save Constantinople, but if they lose every other point what good will it do them? He also said lie voted allowing our officers to visit the camps without pay. Washington, April 13." Orders have been issued by the In dian Dureau to provide rations for the 1,300 hostile Indians recently brought in by Spotted Tail. These Indians come in on the same terms as the otiter hostiles. Their arms and horses will be taken from them, but otherwise they will be treated the same as the Indians who remained at the agency. Bam Tweed Mill In Ilurnnce, but Hopeful of Release. New York, April 12. The Times says many of Tweed's friends are hopeful of his release from jail in two weeks, and vigorous efforts are being made to secure it. lie ap pears himself to lie expecting a change shortly. He has been destroying a number of papers which accumulated during his imprisonment. The Sheriff and Wardeu have no knowledge of tho negotiations, which ara by no means secret. It is clearly understood that the prosecution will be satisfied to compromise with Tweed, on favorable terms, and on his making a frank and full confession of what he knows about the complicity of his associates iu the fraud. _ LAST NIGHT’S DISPATCHES, WASHINGTON. THE LOUISIANA COMMISSION BLOCKED AND FUKTHEK INSTUHCTIONS WANTED. Blaine Not Organising Against the President. A BUNG JURY AND THE ARLINGTON iSTATfc. Washington, April 13. John G. Grefer, of Nebraska, lias been appointed Secretary of Arizona, and J. D. Horenian, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Utah. The Louisiana Commission, in a dis patch to the President, gives as the re sult of their conference with Packard, Nichols and other interested parties that the Nichols party is not dis posed to make concessions, but will maintain their ground in the belief that they will ultimately have full posses siou of the Louisiana State Govern ment. The Packard party is ready to enter into arrangements for a joint Legislature to determine the pending questions, but this being rejected by the Nichols party, Packard's partj ask the President to determine which is the legal Government. The Presi dent declines to act upon the request, as under the present circumstances he would-not be justified iu making a de cision, owiug to the disarrangement of the Nichols and Packard parties, and the unpromising prospects of an ac commodation. The Commission ask - .. for further instructions, which will bo sent after the Cabinet meeting. The stories that Maine and others are organizing an opposition to the President's Southern policy are largely sensational and unauthorized. Martin I. Townsend daily denies the state ment that ho is preparing a letter of sueli a character. The jury in the case of VV. IT. Ott man, charged with abstracting the $47,000 package from the Treasury De partment, and with receiving stolen money, alter being out since 4:30 r. M. Tuesday last, failed to agree, and this afternoon were discharged until Mon day. It is reported that they were ready to give a verdict of not guilty on the first count, but were unable to agree on the second count. The celebrated Arlington estate, near Washington, which was forfeited to the United States by the non payment of its taxes during the rebellion, and turned into a National cemetery for soldiers, is now claimed by its former proprietor, General O. W. Curtis Lee, who, in an action for ejectment, sues the Government for restoration. The family had abandoned the property and gone South to reside, before the forfeiture was made. Several thous and soldiers are buried upon its soil. Lee claims that the tax sale was un constitutional, and therefore void. KeumrliHhle Criminal Case — Tlie Wrong Mau Con vie ted—He .Sui cides. Evavsvii.lk, Ind., April 13. Edward Lever, a German farmer, suicided Tuesday evening by means of an unknown agency, probably hydro cyanic acid, furnished by his wife, lie had been convicted of poisoning the cistern of Frederick Cook, and thus causing the death of Mrs. Cook and poisoning several others. His counsel proved that though the cistern was poisoned, yet ihe stomach of deceased, upon analysis, showed no poison, and contended that the poison had been put in the cistern after her death by an enemy of Leyer. The prosecution proved, by' eminent medical authority, that the presence of poison in the stomach was not a necessary evidence of the fact. Leyer was sentenced to the penitentiary for life, which made him gloomy and morose. The coro ner’s jury returned a verdict accord ingly. To-day, his son, who was under joint indictment, fled, bttt wrote back confessing the deed and excul pating his father. It is considered a most remarkable case in all of its phases. The St. Louis Fire—Two More Boil, les Found. St. Louis, April 13. Charles W. Sheppard, one of tlie pro prietors of the hotel, gives the opinion that none of tlie employes of tlie house, excepting those beretofoie re poried, were killed. About twenty of them are still unaccounted for, but it is believed they are alive and are either with friends in the suburbs of the city or have left town. Of tlie guests, 38 have not reported, but tlie presumption is that most of them left the city the day following the lire. Tlie remains of Geo. Frank Gordey, Grand Masonic Secretary, were re moved to tlie Grand Lodge room in Masouic Hall this noon, where they will lie in state until Sunday, when the luneral takes place. The Coroner will not investigate until Monday. The body of a man has just been found, live feet from the woman dis covered this morning. 'Ihe body has not been recognized, as it is badly burned. Tlie men working at tlie ruins of tlie Southern Hotel tiiis morning found the remains of a woman, so much burned and disfigured that it could nut be recognized. The Hoard of Police Commissioners met yesterday and deoidod to make a most thorough investigation regarding tlie cause of the tire. Juy Gould Warms Jim Iiecne’s I’.nr. Kkw Yokk, April 13. There is a generally believed story in the street that Jay Gould unloaded large amounts of Northwestern Kail road stock on Jim Keene just iiefore the recent panic, possibly in revenge for Keene’s coming lo Trencr Park’s assistance in tlie Panama stock panic. Keene’s counter moves were awarded with interest. FOREIGN NEWS. THE FIRST GUN FIRED. Turks Beaten in the First Engage ment, but Rally and Capture the Field. The Fort's Circular Tabled iu Ibe House of Lords — The *• Times ” on the Outlook. London, April 13. A dispatch from Lutoresays lighting has been going 0,1 in tho Merut coun try since Sunday, the Dervish Pasha living rejected all propositions. The tirst day the Turks were beaten, but liio second day they captured the posi tion of Muela near Scutari. The re suit of the lighting is unknown. A correspondent of the Manchester Guardian says it is stated that the Tur kish Charge d'Affaires at Berlin has telegraphed Safret Pasha that Bis marck advised Turkey to reject the Russian demand. In the House of Lords this afternoou the Porte’s circular in reply to the pro tocol was laid on the table. Lord Derby said he regretted to say it was not of such a character as would lead to a peaceful settlement. Karl Granville gave notice that he would call a motion to the subjoct next Monday in tbe House of Commons. London, April 12. Tho Times, in a leader, says: How has the prospeet suddenly been over shadowed by the fear of speedy war. The change has come through the ac tion of Bussia and by means of the very document which was signed for the purpose of maintaining peace. Hardly had the document boeti signed when Russia showed a disposition to make from it the materials of an ulti matum, and the Porte was informed that it would be expected to decide by to-morrow whothor it would or would not accept tbe protocol and send an envoy to St. Petersburg. If, as our Austrian correspondent states, tbe Dalian and French -Charge d' Af faires also intimated that a detinlte re ply should be given by the 13th, Rus sia may be able to give an unexpected defense of her haste, but our own Government, at least, doos not intend the protocol to have the character of an ultimatum, ltussia cannot be sur prised, indeed, if the recent negotiation should expose her to severe charges. She must expect it to bo said that she wished to pass the time until the road toward the Danube should be lit for the passage of her artillery, and that she drew up the protocol not to secure peace but to obtain trout the united Powers such condemnation of Turkey as would make a declaration of war seem inevitable. 'Vo bring no such charges against ltussia, but the Powers will have reason to complain if, now that thev have put their seals to the protocol’, ltussia should refuse to smooth the way toward peace. She will be expected, at least, to postpone any decisive action until the Powers shall again appeal to the Porte, and she may be invited to consider whether demobilization might not be brought about in seine manner less hurtful to the Ottoman pride than the stringent terms specified by Count fSehouvalolf. PACIFIC COAST OISPATCHES. THE STOCK MARKET. BEAR RUMORS Alii) PANICKY PRICES. The Bank of Nevada Limits its Loans on the Bonanzas to $20 a Share. THE REV. DAWSON THROWN OUT OF COURT. l.ucky Baldwin's I.nst Mason—Ills Victim kites lap 811)0,OJO Bam age. DEATH OF BERTHA BONTE. ( kin ytuok Sow. n Fifty Mile Race and koine Other Hems. Sax Francisco, April 13. When the market opened this morn ing there was every sign of a panic, and it was not very many minutes be fore the crash came. Thirty shares of Overman went at 19, and immediately a block of one thousand shares was offered at 18J4. From that point it speedily dropped to IS, and finally slopped at 17?i, when tliero was no more stock offered. Opliir was de moralized at 13?*, California at 39?*. Consolidated Virginia at 34;*, Best and Belcher at 'M'A and Gould and Curry at 8?4. There was no material change from these prices in the Board. The market was geneially weak and irregu lar. It is rumored that another stock hoard is to be started on the European plan, which will be explained in the prospectus to be issued by the pro moters. A number of the members of the present board are said to con template joining tile new exchange. Stocks aner the board: Alpha 91*, Jacket 7, Caledonia 2.20, Overman 17, Consolidated Virginia 34, Best and Belcher 201*, Julia 1.90, California 3to%, Beleher 5'A, Bullion 7, Justice 6%, Chollar 31,Sierra Nevada 31*, Imperial 1, Mexican O'A. The Nineteenth District Court to-day rendered a decision dissolving the in junction asked by Rev. T. M. Dawson restraining the Man Francisco Presby tery from putting him on trial on the charges of immoral conduct. Thecase will now come up before the Presby tery. Among the bear movements on the street is one to the effect that the Ne vada Bauk declines making further loans on the Bonanza stocks. The of ficers of the bank deny the report, though they have somewhat contract ed tlie amount loaned to$20 per share on Consolidated Virginia and Califor nia. Mary Donohue Ira* brought suit for damages in $100,000 against Ducky Baldwin, for the seduction of her daughter, Jennie C. McCormick. The parties became ac(|uainted when the girl and mother were employed in sew ing for Mr. Baldwin while the' hotel was being titled up. Mrs. Donohue is reported to lie a respectable, hard working woman. The daughter is rather volatile ami fond of admiration, hut hitherto had t> irne a good reputa tion. Baldwin alleges that the suit is brought without Cause and for the purpose of extortion. The fifty-mile race between Majo Pico and N. P. Smith, at Oakland Park yesterday, was won by the latter in Iwo hours and <i minutes, beating Pico one minute and forty-seven seconds. Chin Mook Now, the murderer who was to have been hanged to day for tlie murder of Yee Ah Chen, was la.»t evening respited by Governor Irwin for 21 days. The respite lias beeu grunted to give the Governor an op portunity to examine ttie petition pre sented to him, asking that the sentence be commuted to imprisonment for life. Nan Francisco, April 13. The charges ami counter charges of vulgar language preferred by Judge Ferral and George VV. Tyler have beeu dismissed. Berthe Bonte, the woman shot by F. E. DeSpilckel on Wednesday, died in tlie City Hospital this morning. Mayor Bryant, attorney Burnett atul John F. Swift held a conference this morning and considered the so-called compromise proposition submitted by the Npring Valley Company. A reply to the letter from (diaries Webb How ard is in preparation. It is believed (be city will not arbitrate on the grounds select J by the Water Corpor al ion. Tlie California l-’ruit and Meat Ship ping Company was incorporated to day, with $500,900 capital uwi tlie fol lowing directors: John Gasilin, Wil liam Johuston, Charles Grove, J. Earl, J. D. Blanchard, W. N. Bailey, B. B. Morton, William T. Hunter and J. McKusick. Tlie purposes of the cor poration are to deal in fruit, meat, lisli, produce of every character, and gener al merchandise, and to do the business of transportation, forwarding and commission merchants in California and Nevada. frightful mining Accident. S.martsvili.k, Cal., April 13. At 1 r. m. yesterday the hank in the Blue Point claim fell without warning, covering up and killing outright seven tuun and wounding six more, sotue of them badly. The names of the killed are: B. F. Henderson, Jas. H. Monk, Michael Sweeney, David Hniham, Michael McWilliams,'J’hos. McDonald, and Samuel Sleeman. The injured are Michael and Thomas Con boy, Michael Flanigan, Jas. Kelly, Robert Hamilton and Michael Brosnan. The wounded were taken out and cared for as soon as possible, and then the water was turned on to wash out the dead bodies, which was not accomplished until late in the afternoon. To-day business is entirely suspended to pay respect to the funeral obsequies, which take place this afternoon from the Protestant and Catholic churches, and is attended by people for miles around. Only two men escaped without injury out of fifteen. Out in Nevada, when an editor inakesuseof the expression: “Winter lingers in the lap of spring,” the citi zens turn out en masse and mob him. With that kind of treatment staring us in the face, we don’t like to use that quotation, but will merely say that winter has knocked the stuflitig nut of Spring and given us another dose of colil weather—Corinne Reporter. BOHN. VVinncinuci-n. April 10—Wifsul J. II. Job, a daughter. Virginia, April 9—AVifo of J. Barc'ay, a daughter. a—j DIED. Virginia, April II I’hillip llaney; a padre of Now York, aged 45 yean*. y k if it) i>A r. LOOK OUT -FOR - J. STRAUS’ PRICES OF JEWELRY! JJIS NEW STOKE WILL BE OPEN —ox— MONDAY, APRIL 16TH. Eureka. April 13, 1877. aplLtf SYMPHYTRIOU RESTAURANT! rpiIE ABOVE ESTABLISH. 1 mcnt has boon "recently en larged and renovated, now occu pying the eitiro first floor of the Anieiicau Exchange building. -ALL KINDS OF Oarne, Pish and Vegetables. The best the market affords. MEALS, FIFTY CENTS. wrPRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES OR PARTIES.** apH-tf Delinquent Sale Notice. 1Z K. CONSOLIDATED MINING I\ ■ Company. Loonlion of principal place ot business, San i'rmioheo. Calitornia. Location ol work*. Eureka .Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada. TNoti e.—Thera is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment levied on llio ‘Jith day of February, 1877, tho several ii.noun s sot opposite the names of tho respoe ivo shareholder-1, as fol low!: No. No. Names. Certilicato. Shuros. Am’nt. F' II Horneman, tr. I TO 501 S >01 til F II Horneman, tr. 151 fail fail Ot) F 11 Hornnmiin; tr. ... 152 fail 501 00 F II Horneman, tr. 15 1 501 501 00 F II Horneman, tr. 154 501 501 00 D C Hates, tr. 788 M 50 Oil E Harry...027 10 10 Otl K Collymore, tr. 085 5 5 00 U Collymore, tr.... UNO 5 a 00 Cope, Filter at Co., tr*..1143 25 25 00 Cupe, Uhler A Co., trs..l24* 25 25 00 M Cushman. 928 10 10 00 Chas E Elliott. 4 50 5* 0(1 E Fisher, tr. 349 25 25 00 E Fisher, tr. 839 20 20 00 K Fisher, tr. 819 50 50 00 E Fisher, tr-. SOU 10 10 0* E Fisher, tr. 10) 50 f4> 0( E Fisher, tr... 907 50 50 (X E Fishor, tr. 908 10 10 00 EFisker.tr.101 i 50 50 (K EFishor.tr.1220 50 50 on KFisher.tr.1221 20 20 (X KFisher.tr.1200 50 50 « EMFry.tr. 412 fa), 50 (X i Glaxier A Co., trs. 212 5tf 50 Ot. A B Grogan. 4U4 200 200 Ot A U Grogan. 405 35 85 (X Gauthier AGariot, trs. B71 IX) 30 Ot •ILHunt.tr.-. 720 10 10 M lraGHoitt.tr. 507 .50 f.0 IX I'losmer A Hourne, trs.. 885 50 ,50 0( llusmor A liourne.tr*.. 8*4 SO 50 (X Hall A Charles, tr*. 058 5u 50 OC llall A Charles, trs.1010 5(1 50 Ol llall A Charles, trs.127.5 50 .50 (X A Holmes A C'o., trs. 938 35 85 0( II II Noble A Co., trs... 521 10 10 IX H 11 Noblo A C'o„ trs,.. 724 r.0 50 (X C C I’almor, tr. 787 50 fiO (X J no Ferry, Jr., tr.. 450 5 5 0( I’arkor A Barrett, trs.,.10.54 100 100 (X Page,Wilson A Co.,trs..l0l7 50 50 0( Goo D Hubert*. 301 19 IV (X E A Kichardson, ’r. 17 20 20 0( K A Kichardson, tr. 84-5 5 5 (X E A i.ichnrdson, tr. 894 10 10 W EAHicharden.tr.1038 10 10 01 Schmi'-duH, lloch.-Ud ter A ”0., tr*. 873 50 uO 01 Scbmiedell, Hocbstud ler A Co., trs.1271 15 15 0 II 11 See it A Co., trs.... 1203 50 50 0 Ira Wing. 385 40 40 (X T 11 Williamson.7(H) 50 50 01 And in accordnnoo with law, and an oidei of tho Board of Trustees, made on tho 2l)tl day of February, 1877, so many «haros ol eael parcel of such stock as may bo neoes-ary will be sold at public auction, at the office o the company, Boom No. 49 Nevada Block No, 309 Montgomery street, Sun Francisco California, on Harnlsy. the 3#lh ilay of A|>rll, 18(7 At the hour of 12 o’clock u., of said day, b pay said delinq iont assessment ihereon, to guthor with cost* of advertising and expense of the salu. K. it, MIN'UK, Secretary. Office: Hoorn No. 40, Nevada Block, No. 30 Montgomery stroet, Sam Francisco, Califor oiu. apltld COAL BURNERS WANTED! rpWENTY-KIYE COAL BURNERS ARF X wanted to chop, burn and sack ‘ 75,000 Bushels of Charcoal! Prices, from 17 to 19 conts per bushel. For further particulars, apply at Bisiion t Carpenter’s Stable. W. C. REVEAL, * Eureka, April 12, 1877. aplMt" ' FIRST IN THE FIELD! BILLT GILLEN TO THE FBOHT 'I'IIE SILVER BRICK HOTEL. 1 was the first Restaurant in I town to reduce FIRST-CLASS ' BOARD to J7 per weak. Tho best and choicest in the market isi« before the Miner, the Coal-burner, the Las. yor or tho Parson. Three Ticket* for One Dollar! SILVER BRICK HOTEL, South Main atroot. Eureka. apl3-tf WM. GILLEN. Proprietor. NEW YORK STORE. Farmer & Lesser DEALERS IN DRY GOODS and CLOTHING, Ladies’ and Gentlemen’! Furnishing Goods! WE ARE RECEIVING AND NOW opening an elegant assortment of Spring and Summer Goods! Direct from Now York City, of TBS LATEST STYLES, Comprising BLACK. STRIPED AND CHECK SILKS! Suits in all Kinds of Goods! POPLINS, GRENADINES, ETC. I^aclieH* IlatN, Of the latest Spring Styles and Fashion. I II o s i e r y 4 White. Navy Seal and Cardinal. Underwear* Of the Best and Finest Make. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods SUITS, UNDERWEAR* II n t h a. n <1 Capa, —AND — FINE BOOTS! We keep everything usually found in a First-class Dry Goods Store, and sell ont goods at REDUCED PRICES! Our customers and the public will find in our extensive stock everythin* that money and taste combined can furnish, and a visit to the BTfiW YORK STORE Will (Iemonstrata our ability to suit tha w*i.ts of our customers. FARMER A LESSER. Main street, Kureka. Aprils. 1S77. apttf MRS. M. A. ASHIM, IMPORTER of fancy, ataple and green groceries, crockery, glass and tin ware, stone jars, etc ; Califor nia roll and Eastern tub butter, always on ham; Utah and Easters fruit and Vegetables; also o full assortment of dried fruits, candies, nuta, etc., etc.; fresh poultry and game of all kinds; truth treut and oysters RECEIVED EVERY DAY. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. jadUtf ASS AJV ING. 9. I.UN9BOM Announces to the puhlic that hr may hereafter be found at his old oitice, on North Main atroet, where ho win be pleased to receive orders for assaying until the Euroka Consolidated furnaces again resume operations. , . Eureka, April 3, 1877._»pHf - BOARDING AND LODGING-HOUSE FOR SALE. A HOARDING AND LODGING-HOUSE. located on Ruby Kill, doing a good bus ines*, hiivinx at prenont about fifty boarder • is offered for huIo. The aboro protjfTtf be sold reasonable. inquire of Mrs. a* anaugh, Keby Hill- R kAVANAUGU Ru by Ilill. Keb. 22, iti77._ ^ F. LOS WT BKG8 TO INFORM HIS frioixia lhat ho nai bought \ the agency of J. II. MICHAEL 1 for all tho Eaiteru iPap***, Jr or iou xlue> mod Fauhlon Bo«h»» And is prepared to deliver them to hi* *tt i ici ibers at their pJece of residence ,FR£E OF CHARfit' OFFICE, at 0, Youo*’« OummltUH Slwv* Main <tre*t.