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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1877. II A* H TAX KB. Mr. District Attorney Drake, of Storey county, has discovered that the principal Comstock mining companies, exclusive of the bonanzas, owe in back taxea nearly a million dollars. Under the law,prior to 1875, the mines ot Storey county paid only twenty live cents on each one hundred dollars worth of bullion extracted, for local purposes. At that session of the Leg islature the law was so amended as to tax bullion in Storey up to the same figures levied ou all other classes of property for State, county, municipal and railroad purposes. And right here is where all the rumpus about the tax on bullion started. Sharon, Jones et al„ while Ihey controlled producing mines, bad been getting otT for the notniual sum of twenty-five cents on the one hundred dollars. When the law was changed to admit of a levy of from three to four per cent., the bonanzas squirmed and pro tested that they were not setting a fair deal. 8haron did not contribute a dime from the product of It* mines toward the redemption of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad bonds, which be himself owned, and tbe road as well. And so it came to pa«s that, when the Assessor called upon tbe owners of the present productive mines to assist in tbe liquidation of these bonds, in ad dition to all the other increased per centages designated above, they felt that a gross injustice was being done them, that they were not lieing treated as other mine owners before them had been trested, and they refused to pay any tax whatever, and went to tbe courta for an equitable adjustment of the question. This is tbe true history ot tbe origin of all the hubbub that has since grown out of tbe subject of a tax on bullion. Not a ton of ore nor a single dollar’s worth of bullion should be allowed to escape taxation, but it is true that there are inequalities in tbe mode of levying this tsx which deserve to be remedied. Attorney Drake may be able to collect tbe back taxes for which be proposes to institute suit, and we hope be may, but the under taking seems hopeless iu tbe face of the law as it stood for Storey county prior to 1875. _ ^_ THE RETCBSIIXU BOARD. There is still much excitement in Louisiana regarding tbe indictment of the Keturnlng Board. Governor Nichols adheres to bis determination to p rd >n the members thereor in tbe eveut of conviction. This being tbe case, nothing will come of tbe present agitation. No matter how revolting a conspiracy is developed, nothing can now he done to overthrow either Hayes or Nichols. We would not wish to see any eflort in that direction succeed. The country is weary of po litical excitement, and it were better for every character of business tbat matters be allowed to move along as at present ordered. But a vast majori ty of the people of the United States are rurious to know just how much treachery was brought into requisition in the Louisiana swindle and who are the responsible parties. Of course we all have a vague idea that, through Stanley Mathews and Foster, Hayes bartered the principles of bis party for the Presidency; that Senator Gordon and Ben. Hill traded off Tilden and bis 250,000 popular majority for the with drawal of the troops and home rule in South Carolina and l-ouisiana; but none of us have seen the written stip ulation, and we all feel a little anxious about the details of the transaction. Inside history is what we waut. Tux directory men of Chicago and St. Louis are again in the field, and the annual newspaper agitation about the population of these rival cities is once more at ita height. The Chicago man thia time ia (be most energetic tlgurer. He claims for his town a population of 521,911, while the Mound City sta tistician ia only able to cypher out 381,325. We suspect tbat the Chicago man had the last say. bPECiAL agents of the Government after a thorough examination of the Fifth North Carolina District, report that the Government has lost during the last eighteen months, $200,000 by frauds in tobacco and whisky. These revenue officers have also discovered an extended system in defrauding the Government in tobaeco aud highwines in South Carolina. ■■ ■■ ■ - • ♦ I ■■ The wife of General Sherman, who has been zealous in the service of the Roman Catholic Church, is to receive from the Pope, in consideration of that seal, the “Golden Rose,” which has hitherto been bestowed only upon very great persons. The Empress of Austria has it, and so has the Queen of Naples and the Empress Eugenie. The late Queen of Holland, on her death bed, prophesied another war be tween France aud Germany, in which the former will be beaten; after which Germany will seise Holland. Darwix has been making observa tions on the early mental development of one of bis boys, and will publish • A biographical sketch of an Infant." EASTERN NEWS. [HPKCIAI. TO THE DAILY SKjrTIRKL.’ YESTERDAY'S DISPATCHES. ZTSW OKLBANS. THE INDICTED RETURNING BOARD. Politiral fompltxion of thr Grand Jury. OtrtrMr 1*Irhols Adheres to hie De termlnnllon M Exercise the Par tlouiug Power. New Orleans, July 11. The excitement relative to the indict ed mem hers of the Returning Board still continues. Filkin having stated that the Grand Jury which found the bills was entirely Democratic, Fore man O’Brien states tbat there were only four Democratic members out of tlie sixteen. Of the other twelve lour were negroes and the others conserva tives and liberals. He also states that the action taken was entirely on their own volition, and that no prominent politicians appeared before tbe Jury until summoned as w itnesses. Governor Nichols states that its is very sorry any action has been taken, but'still adbeies to the determination of pardoning them if convicted. Foreman O’Hrien says the indict ments were not found upon political grounds, but upon evident violations of the laws which they were bound to notice, and though the matter may be laughed at by Northern politicians, full proof will be bad to sustain tint only these indictments but others in high quarters. Bemarkable Confession of a Bank Bobber. String Ft eld, Mass.. July 10. In the trial of the bank burglars to day. William D. Edson, a lock expert, testified to a connection with the pris oners while a traveling salesman for Herring Jc Co., sate makers. In tlie fall of 1373 he formed a partnership with Conners, Hcolt and Dunlap, to discover the chances for bank robber ies, to make preparations and share in the spoils. Edson received $7,000 from the robbery of a bank in Quincy. Il linois. The gang made an unsuccess ful attempt at Elmira, and lierry was sent to the penitentiary for it. They also made unsuccessful attempts on banks at I,ong Island. Saratoga, Cov ington in Kentucky, Rockville in Con necticut, Syracuse, Nantucket, Mass., and on the First National Hank in Northampton, where thev bored holes but met obstructions. Edson also ex amined the bank at Wilksbarre, Pa., but no attempt at robbery was made. Edson reported weakness in the vault of the Northampton Hank in August, 1875, and obtained an impression of the keys. The securities stolen were concealed in Northampton for a fort night after the robbery. Edson nego tiated with the Hank for a return of the securities, the Hank offering him $r>0, 000. His partners charged him with treason and refusing to make a divis ion, and be turned State's evidence. The Administration and net Ico. Washington, July 11. The attitude of tbe Administration to ward the Diaz Government has been the subject of active inquiry to day, uumerous rumors having been put afloat within the past 24 hours that Diaz is to be recognized at once. The report favorable to Diaz seems to have been inspired by the friends of his Government here. The latter seems to have full confidence thaiSenor Malta will be immediately received as the representative of the Diaz de facto Government in Mexico. In Cabinet circles, however, it Is said, our Gov ernment Rtill sees no reason for haste in recognizing Diaz, and if he is re cognized hereafter it will only be a conditional recognition. The views of the State Department regarding Mexi co, there is authority for stating, will soon be laid before the President at length in writing. The strongest guarantees of good order along our borders, of the payment of indemni ties already due and the protection of the rights of American citizens in the future, will be exacted. The Admin istration aims at a full and permanent settlement of the vexed Mexican ques tion, and it will not countenance any government in that country which does not furnish strong assurances that we shall be free from anuoyauces iu that quarter in the future. A KemUrail Soap Story. Chicago, July 10. The Inter-Ocean publishes, as a por tentous fact, that during the last fort night secret agents from the French Government hsve arrived in this city, whose presence is known to but a few in France and to fewer here. They have secretly contracted with a few large firms of Chicago packers for Im mense quantities of army supplies. The contracts specify Dot only quanti ty and quality but the manner of pres ervation and amount of rations iu each package. A condensed soup, capable of preservation for a long period aud of speedy preparation, has been contract ed for. Similar agents have been in a few other large cities of the country and in Canada. Enough food has been ordered to sustain a large army during a long campaign. The Inter-Ocean considers these operations significant, in view of the condition of affairs in Western Europe. Enthusiastic Musical Blaw Out at Louisville. Louisyii.le, July 10. The Sangerfest began today with tbou-and'i of visitors present, with decorated streets and buildings gay with bunting. Unprecedented interest is manifested. Every prominent pub lic and private building is ornamented in one »ay or another. The pro gramme this evening Mas attractive and Mas under the direction of Paul Euitel.of lxntisville. The music M’as delightfully rendered. A Cabas Appeal for Myinpatliy sad Aid. Nkw York. July 10. The Cnlian League. of tins city, lias resolved to make so appeal lo the |wo ple of the United Ntales, asking them to show their sympathy with the struggling Cuban patriots, and also to ask Congress to take some action that will end the struggle. NIGHT DISPATCHES. Bossoir. AN OUTRAGE ON AN AMERI CAN VESSEL. A Spanish Cruiser the unending Parly. Boston, July 11. A letter from Captain Ta.vler, of the whaling schooner Fixing Sun, slates that on the 20th of May he was cruis ing off South Keys, of Cuba, on the look out for wbales. About 9 a. m. a schooner was sighted. Captain Tay ler and his chief mate. Atkins, haJ killed two small whales and were pur suing others. when be was tired upon by a Spanish cruiser, and liis chief mate taken prisoner and held ax a hostage until the arrival of a Spanish gunboat. The mate was detained tive days on board the cruiser, when the Spanish gunbnut arrived and declared the papers correct. explosion aad Loss of Life In n C'oal Mine. Cleveland, O., July 11. It is reported that between one and two o’clock this alternoon an explosion occurred in the mines of the Itrnok tield Coal Company, near Wheatland, Pa., on the line of the Krie and Pitts burg Kailroad. Fourteen bodies have already been recovered. There is said to have been between thirty and forty men at work at the time of the ex plosion. Mysterionsll.uk Robbery-unnisn llcuisud fur Colton. New York, July 11. The banking tirm of Jas. H. Colgate & Co. was robbed to-day in some mys terious manner of $5:1,000. The Russian Government has pur chased 8,000 bales of cotton here within a few weeks, and since the war commenced has probably taken three times that amount. Governor Nichols Threatened With Impeachment. Washington, July 11. News from New Orleans says Gov ernor Nichols has been threatened with impeachment if he attempts to defeat the prosecution of the Return ing Board or pardons the members when convicted. Hung by Vigilantes. St. Louis, July 11. John Green, of Randolph county, who shot and killed his wile last Friday, was taken from the jail last night by about 50 men aud hung. Kt« York Mining Hoards. New York, July 11. The American Mining and Stock Kx change passed a resolution consolidat ing with the New York Mimug Kx change. FOREIGN NEWS. THE GREAT WAR. WHAT IS BEING DONE AND SAID. ALL QUIET AT ALL POINTS. MISCELLANEOUS EUROPEAN NEWS! Berlin, July 10. At the last interview, Lord Odn Rus sell informed Prince Bismarck that England would, under no considera tion whatever, sutler Russian occupa tion of Constantinople. Prince Bis marck replied that he considered (he occupation of Constantinople the l>est way to obtain the purposes for which the war was commenced. Paris, July 10. Intelligence is received that twenty Turkisli steamers have arrived at the mouth of the Banulie to hamper the communication of the Russian troops in the Dobradsclia, and to prevent them from advancing. Vienna. July 11. The Tagxblalt publishes shocking accounts of the atrocities committed by the Circassians and Haslii Bazouks after the regulars had evacuated the Dobradsclia. At Koresti every Chris tian house was pillaged and many per sons wounded, including some clergy men. At another place the Mayor of a Berman colony, named Balzer, was killed before tho eyes of his w ife and child. Several other Berman Protest ants were killed, and the murderers sacked the Protestant churches. Three colonies are eutirely deserted. I .ON DON, July 11. With tbe capture or liernova, the Russians gained an important position, being thus put into possession of the approach to the Schipka Pa«s. Mili tary authorities here think the Grand Duke's force will advance through the pass to Adrianople, thus threatening Constantinople in front and Shuuila in the rear. In Asia the situation is not so bad as reported. General Turgura zoff contrived to escape to Bayazid, and tbe Russian army iu Armenia was thus saved from great disaster. A correspondent at Constantinople telegraphs that Layard intimates to the Porto that England is not satisfied with the explanations of Russia re garding Constantinople, and has sent a fleet to Besika Bay, and is going to send troops to Egypt, iu order to take the necessary steps if the Russians sbou.d cross the Balkans. London, July 11. The Daily Sews aisles tiiat the Brit ialt fleet at IW-tka Bay, with the addi tions ordered bv the Admiralty, will preaeni all aggregate of’JI ve«seis, with 150 guns and a crew uf 7,000 to 8,000 men. A special from Vienna save; The abandonment of the line of Yanta by t heTurka is more surprising since to judge Irom the smut deum-e of the bridge and position of Kinla, where the Turks repulsed the first attack ol the Russians with considerable loss. It might have been supposed they in tended to deiend that line and by thus threatening their flank prevent the Russians from advancing into the interior. The Turks have so com pletely suppressed all information about the movements of troops that no idea can be formed of what they mean to do, bid it shows either utter helplessness or else very deep laid plans, that they should have neglected the brilliant opportunity afforded j l them of meeting the Russians to ad- j vantage. The Times in a leading article says: It is believed the Russians can not advance in force upon the Balkans until they have secured their commu nication by constructing a position on the Danube as strong as any in the possession of the Turks. This will re quire a month at least. Paris. July II. A private telegram from Constanti nople of yesterday's date announces the deatli of Kedif Pasha, the Turkish Minister of War. No confirmation of the report has yet been received. The endeavors of Viervia to obtain a loan here have been unsuccessful and llie agent has goue to I^ondon. II lie fads to procure the loan there he will pro- j ceed to Amsterdam and Berlin. Montreal. July 11. An Orange mass meeting was held last night, to decide whether Orange men should parade on the 12lh. Col. Orant, Deputy County Master, in the chair. It was decided, by a vote of 62 to 75, that Orangemen, as a body, should not parade, but that such indi vidual memliers as saw tit might walk to Knox Church, where special ser vices are to tie held, but that they should do so without regalia. It is understood that this decision is arrived at through the influence of a joint meeting of the National Temperance and Itenevolent Societies of mis city. Both Catholic and Protestant priests, and the Secretary of the Orange meet ing, intimated the result of the vote to a sub committee appointed by the so cieties requesting their influence in llieir different departments, to prevent anv individual molestation on the l'Jth. A vole of thanks to the Orangemen of theeity of Montreal was passed by the different societies when they received tiie result of the vote. PACIFIC COAST. 8AZT FRAXVCXSCO. THE PROPOSED DEMOCRATIC COMPROMISE. Investigation of Federal Office Holders. Planer Again la Court. San Francisco, July 11. Tli* Executive Committee of the op pmitioti Democratic County Commit tee met last evening to deliberate on the proposition of a compromise thrown out by the State Central Com mittee, and to take counsel on the sub ject with prominent members of the party. After consideration and discus sion, the committee decided, by an al most unanimous vote, to recommend the acceptance of the compromise in the event ol the members of the com mittee appointed by the Slate Central Committee all agreeing to serve. lander man, Director of Mints, re turned last evening from Carson. Tho Treasury Mint Investigation Commit tee will begin their labors to-day. The preliminary report of their proceed ings so far has been sent to the .Secre tary of the Treasury. The meeting to day will he devoted to completing a plan of action and will be private. The Director favors to have the subse quent proceedings open to representa lives of the press. The decision or other members ot the committee will soon be known. This afternoon Judge Wright pro ceeded to impanel the Grand Jury. Geo. M. Pmney was brought Into court by the Sheriff, at the request of Ids counsel, but no objection w as made to any of the jurors. OB.SOOZV. Tbe Grover Investigation- — Wit nesses Favorable to the Renalor. San Francisco, July 11. Portland press dispatch: Itsfore the Investigating Committee yesterday M. V. Brown, State Printer, and Chair man of the democratic County Com mittee of Linn county, testified that he knew of no ti«e of money to secure Grover’s election. T. L. Porter, mem ber of the Legislature from Linn county, was intimate witli Grover, and said tie would not accept tbe oillce if obtained by corrupt means. John Gray, of Salem, testified that Wilson, of tbe Legislature, told him that he had been offerer! money, but refuser! it. Senator Palmer.ot Benton county, testifier! that Stiles’ evidence, so far as witness was concerned, was absolutely false, and branded Stilea as a perjured scoundrel. He admitted that lie had been tendered tlie position of Superin tendent of the Penitentiary, by Chad wick, after the election, but did not ac cept it because it would not pay, and for many other reasons. MARRIED. Truckee, July 5—J. O'Brien to Mia* Mary O’Hare—both of Keoo. Bowers Mansion, J uly 3-Ii. G. Montrose to Mrs. Carrie dindinnin. Paradise Valley, July 4—D. H. Bradshaw to Miss N. J, Choate. Unionrill*. J uly 4- John P. Cam p bell to Mis* Laura Had ley. BORN. Winnemueca, July tt-Wife of Pat. Bell, a daughter. Virginia, July 7—Wife of Jerry Biggins, a sou DIED. At the Jtwi.h Orphan A*ylum,S»n Frai eise., July 2— Kudie (.eventual, sob of Morris Liventh • !, a.sd 0 years. Belmont, July 2-tl org", son of Mr. and Mr*. Thomas p. Morgan, aged 2 years 2 months and 2 > days. Gold lli l, July W—Griselds. daughter of Jo«o|ih and Mattie Belchelder, aged t) months. Virginia. July 8—Mary, daughter of John and XI. ry Aon l’anhin, arid 11 mouths. Ora hundred end twenty-dve to two hun dred- lollar walnut sets of Furniture, con si ting of Bedaieud, Bureau. WashsUnd. and three Chairs and Towel Hack, at IIAS k K L L’.i. jiUtf Psraa IIssgisgs, Paints and Oils, Glass, •tg., etc . at II ASK ELL’S. Jetif Gooo solid wood Chairs, 730 per doien. at HASKELL’S. jsStt A Pitta lot of Carriages for the babies, just arrived at HASKELL’*. ittttf WATCH WORK. n*o4 Wairhwnrk Dene In I*. Motor's Jewelry sure. p. Meier In fur ms his rnslwnerrs eend the |>ub. lie lh*l he hss e»(«ce4 one •! the very best Wntr hew ethers an the rnnst. need Is prepared la do all bleads of line Walrb Warb. and warraul Ibe same tor one year, jeffltf -^ A Bid « htnre. Household requisites. Just received, frem 1 an Eastern bankrupt at Ashim Bros’, a large invoice of shelf hardwa-e. consisting in part of Augors, and Auger Bite (all site*), Rasps, Files. Screws, Locks (every kind'. Chain Bolt*. Foot-bolts. Butts. Strap Hinges, Corn poppers Padlock*. Hasp* and Staples Min- , dow Shads* and Lamp Brackets, tiimlsts. Faucets, C.irry Combs. Powder Flasks, M hetstor.es, butchers', F'rench-cooking and llunt"rt' Knires, Tumbler-drainer*. Hunga rian Nails. Carpet Tacks, Hatchets; and. in abort, all sorts and all kinds of all other ar t cle* in this line; all of which will bo thrown upon ihe market at fully HO per cent, less than hus ever been oven beard of in this sec tion. Take a look at tba One-Price Cash Store. _ JVBT RM'KIVED. A large nssortmot of Stationery and Drugs, Patent Medicinos; a fine lot of Paper and En velopes in boss*; Lamps, Chimnevs. etc.; also, a lot of J ustico Cigars-two for i't cent*— equal to Havana Cigars. Having a complete assortment of F’ancy (Foods, I offer them cheap fur cash. Call at the City Drug Store. The finest brands of Chewirg and .'molting Tobacco, for sala at the City Drug Store. DK. TFRRY. Eureka, Jan* 13, 1877. jtlf-tf Et'RKMA HOTEL. E. M. Baum, tba pioneer purveyor to the Palisade public, has fitted up anew, thro gh out, tbo Eureka Hotel, aoar his oldpU.ein Palisade, and trarelers In and from F.ureka. and tba public generally.can rely uoon getting first-ciasi meals and number ono bed* at all times by intorriewing tb* genial host of tht Eureka Hotel. _ oc!3-tf Iron «heflbarrawt. W a have just received a number of miners' Iron Wheelbarrows, which are strung and durable, and will be sold at reduced prices. Call and oxnm ne thorn. REMINGTON k LOCKWOOD. Main street. Eureka, June 27. lffH. jeJMf For tbe Million*! Tobacco—Plug, Smoking, <'hewing—flrat e'ass, and lass than cost, at S. Asbim k Bros.' One-I'rice Cash Store. S Kasim, a AnTtrg. -You are asked every day through the columns of newspaper* and by your druggist to use something for yonr dyspepsia and liver complaint that you know nothing about; you get discouraged spending money with but little success. Now to give you satisfactory proof that GREEN’S Al - Gt'ST FLOWER will cure you of dyspepsia and liver complaint with ell its ff cts. such as sour stomach, sick headache, habitual cos. tivencs-, palpitation of the heart, heart-burn. waler-hrn«b, fullness of the pit of tbe stom ach, yellow skin, cmted tonguo, indigestion, swimming of tbe head, low spirits, etc,, wo ask vou to go to your druggist and get a sam ple bottle of Grean’s August Flower for ten cants and try it, or a regular >uo for 75 cents. Two do«ej will roller# you. Agents: Crane A Rngksna, wholesale druggists. San Francisco. niy W eow T. J. Ms urns. Notary Public. Office at Elace of buaincas, opposite Pagloo k Co.’s ank. aplS-tf MMW TO-DA D. MANHEIM. DIALER IN FRESH GROCERIES -AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND 8H0ES, HATH AMD CAPA. Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods. A Urge stock of A I CANDLES —AND— COAL OIL. A General Assortment of Liquors. W Hoods delivered free is may part of tho town. Eureka, July 11, 1877. j y 1—t NOTICE, A LL MEMBERS OF KESCl’E jgima llose Company are renuosted^Msh. to bring their uniform shirts to the^B ' Engine House on SaTUkDaV, July Htb. at 3 o’clock r. n. All members knowing tbem-olses to ho in possession of spanners. will el-are bring thsm tv ibo En gine House at the same time. Hy oruer of J AM ES M< ON K Y, Foreman. Eureka, Jr ly 11,1677. jylJ-if WANTED. NUMBER ONE 1I0RSE rhoer and fitter. Wages, i*ve dollars per J.iy for a good - man. Apply to N. J. DEVINE. T>b >, Nvacoanty. July II, l»77. jli-tf SPECIAL NOTICE. ALL OFFirEILS AND MEM bun of he Uescue ll'*»e Com pany, No. I, urovarmvlly re<iu»>ud to alio**! a ayesMNt n o.ji.* of tho Coetipauy, i harsday evcmrif. July 1 \ for the purpose ot tr*o«ucii»u iuiporiunt l#u«i tho Hail Committee will also make their r»~ por . llj order of M. D. FOLEY', President. TRen a9 U41.91. S<rretery. iylh-rf Irving-Nielsen concert. Min Louise Irving, The Accomplitbed 11 MOCKING BIRD VOCALIST," JAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING* Musical Soiree AT BIGELOW S HALL ON Friday and Saturday Evtniagi, When the will be aupported bp HERR NIELSEN, The eminent Danish Violin Soloiit. fermarl. a pupil of the late Maeatro, ’ CARL LI MRUK, For many yeart conductor of the TKITOtl ORCHESTRA, et Copenhagen, Denmark. Aalantanlon. n>M After Concert, a Social Danee. A . n E It \V 12V , -or TIIE WHITE HOUSE, Hu Juit Kacairad a Fine Liaa af GEMLEMEYS CLOTHING -AND Furnishing Goods! BOOTS AND SHOES! HATS AND CAPS, ALISES, THUNKS, ETC. A VINE f IIAXf'E FOB BAKU AMI I Am Selling Clothing Cheaper Than Ever Before! A. BEHWII, MAIN STKEET. K*er*ks. JussJA, IffT. Notice to Every bo iy. WASH AND KEEP CLEAN t DR. MPIMKM. Mouth Mitring Mtrrrt, Makestiik important announce. went that be bet reduced Turkish Baths to (LOO, RUSSIAN OR STEAM BATHS TO 50 cents, -AND— Common, Warm. Cold or Dew'r Baiba to 23 rente, The eatabli abluent it the neateat aadtitao etl in the Stule. All dievitret treated euoeeeefuHy. withoel drug*, end e cure guaranteed in every cate, u in-true'ivn, are followed. or n » ehargo. • O' Charge* lower, by one-half, than thou of any ethtr phytician in town. Assignees’ Notice. WE ARE IN RECEIPT OF A STATE ment from Latham A King. .Mr. in* moi’s broker* in .San Francisco, which *bowi that there i* stock in their hand* bolon*»nf to Mr. I mm el to the amount of $!*,000 at pr**“ ent quotation*. We know of no better mV to settle thi* branch ot the business than t* allow the claimant* of stock* to came in share pro rata with the depositor* and oto*» creditor* of the hank. Wa therefore re|HMj all purtie* having claim* for stocks to PreJVJ the same immediately for adjustment to tB* uadari’igned at the oflio • ef lb* bank. M. K. CIIAMBUN. 11. 111*11111’, M. Ii. BAKTI.ETT. Att.gnttt Eureka. July 9, 1077._jyli>Jt_ NOTICE. Members or carson l. o. l. J1®; 121, .re hereby notified to meet* tb' ir 1.od.e-room. Odd Eellew*’ Mall. 12th. .t 10 o’clock a. m., eh.rp. _ Lecture on Orangei.m at I:S* t• *•> by A*.’ J. A. Gray. Key. S. M.Crotherx and llamidoa. '1 be imblic are cordially lord** td a t nd. Adiniisiun, Irec. _ u I>. MrUUNALD. " * A. »1. Mr-Knur-IK. Soto.ary. . , ,, Eareka, July j, 1877,_lftS. DR. J. B. KEKN. VETERINARY pfllOEOX Having been burned out i> • »t|N establish* en\ I will resu® budne*! on .Monday noxt At II. blacksmith shop on Main street, where l Attend, in person, to hor»e*«hoeirg. - j Any person doming tuy service* will » me at tho above establishment. . ... Kiireka. July 7, 1*77._ iNOTICE. ODUNKEL A CO. HAVE CLOSE® • thoir branch atoro neit to Her*ijl AH parties indebted will pi a«e c 1* •*' „ nni n ator**, o^rner of .Main and t’lark *tre and ecttle. 0. DUNKfcL A CD Eureka. July T, 1877._l*8 !5— | IIUtL UU«bst or ALL DJgJKjyX 1j tlona, printed to order at tiie SaM»l*