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HATVKDAY. ATGUST 2ft. 1*77. r - i ■ ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ * — AMENT*. r. W. 1ACRRON * CO-Ward '“•“■SKM..! hr. c. tni i rz. WIRE N. HA OKI Cl*. M. r. NriHEKR-.Holm*"* CM A*. B. NCEirRERMEH-Tjkw H. M. THEMA*M I*.-. Cl AS. W. I’RAXB. at Mo. JJl MontgooMT •(root. Room No. 10 Safa Dorc.it Bjiild la«. ii Sola Agont lor fho huroka Daily Saa rural. la San Frandaeo. Porroni ta that i.ty baring buiinaaa with thi» offica ara ro> ooootaS to eotaaaaieata with hi*. B R. DODGE it anthoriiad to raeoloa mb. ■eriptiaai for tho Swrinat and eolloet for tho Mao ia thi. tow* All porionj in fcir roka awing for lubasriptiom will inako MVBMt toiin. MMt »nr. Tba Psge-CAnemiWe libel suit at Placer villa was brought to a clove yes terday morning, the jury having failed to agree. They stood via and ais, four Republican* and two Demo crat* for Page etd five Democrat* and cue Independent for the Chronicle. It would aeem tbat partisan feeling weighed as heavily aa testimony in the consideration of the case. And after all, it but goes to prove tbat human uatura W the value the world over, and that men In all of the relatione of life era too apt to be swayed by political •od religious prejudice* instead of rea eon. The Electoral Commission, com posed of gentlemen occupying tbe most exalted stations In tba nation’s gift, could not free Itself of this partisan bias. It must not be asserted tbat tbe Chronicle la a Democratic paper, though It is a fact tbat through its war on the Republican leaders of Califor nia It has manufactured for itself a certain amount of sympathy among that elass of Democrats who believe in pulling down tbsir political foes by tair or by foul means. Tbe Plaosrville Jury would have presented a less ob jectionable spectacle bsd it not ob served tba partisan line so closely. Tbe resalt will be viewed es e victory for the “ live peper;” end so it is, for if Frank Pnge could not get e verdict from his neighbors at his own home, It la difficult to conjecture at what point bo would be able to do belter. The A. A P. Sale.—An exchange lies the following: Now that the A. A P. Telegraph bus been practically sold out to the Western Uniou Com pany by Sage and Keene, It ia thought poeaible that tbe small owners in tbe A. A P., whose acock la thus rendered worthless, will bring a charge of fraud before the courts. Russell Sage ia a Director of tbe A. A P. Company. Re rentiy be said to a reporter tbat he should negotiate with the Western Union tor himself and Keane: “the others must do their own trading; everybody looks oat for himsolf here.” Evidently Mr. Sage has no moral per ception of his duty to tbe company of which be ia a Director, to tbe stock owners or to tbe people. It Is this sort of thing which gives a color of jus tice to Commnnl*m. The lot of ibo laborer must be herd indeed la the East. An exchange re iatae that at Scranton, Pennsylvania, a large number of miners recently wailed upon a wealthy mine owner of that pise* and made the following proposition: “We bind ourselves to you, to toil early and late as our strength will admit for you. during one or five years, and never will ask you forone cantor wages, If you will only giva ns and our families plain and suf tteient food, such clothing as w# really need, houses to live in, doctors end medicines when we ere sick, and bury ■e when we dis.” The feet that so mauy young msn are growing up without any proper instruction in the elementary princi ples of government and of law, sug gests e defect In our system of educa tion which ought to bo corrected. These matters ought to be made a special branch of instruction in the publio schools. Youth is the time for the Inculcation of correct ideas, and certainly it is of paramount import ance that ell young Americans should ba properly Instrmitad in the rights and duties of citiaeuship. Tub public will be delighted to learn that tbe presidential menagerie baa at |aat beaded for Washington. It has been perfectly nanaeating, tbe drivel to which tbe telegraph baa treated ua during the peat too daps regarding the movement* and speeches of this junk *Ung party tbrongb ebacure New Eng land villages. We submit that il is retber. J^raataiura for the President and bfe Cabinet to go forth seeking popular indorsement. Tbe completion of tbe work of civil eervlee reform should be first secured. Daub Bumob. aays tbe Stock Ex change, ia wagging bar tongue over e fresh lot of scandal, which runs like this: “Prominent broker; bandeoine wife gone to tbe country; furnished room, Stockton street; more towels; beautiful actress; naughty procsediuga witnessed by virtnoos lodging-bouse keeper. Orend finale! Don’t believe a word of it.” —■■■- i ■ ■— — ■ — Tbb Central Pacific Railroad Com pany has discharged all of itvCbineae employes at tbe Sacramento depot sod given their plasm to white men. This is a proper move, and we hope it will be fallowed np along tbe whole line. EASTERN NEWS. [nPBClAL TO THE DAILY SBlfTIJtBL.' YESTERDAY’S DISPATCHES. VBW TORE. WHAT ORTOH 8AT9 ABOUT TELEGRAPHIC RATES. Roger A. Pryor is the Surf. Tfe* IwNIIIm of Senator Horton. Skw Yob*. Angnat 24. The Sun says that fourteen inject or*, three night watchmen and five woman inspectors will be removed from the Custom-house on the first of Septemlier. Congressman Muller ha* signed and mailed to the Secretary of War the ne gro boy Minnie’s appointment to West Point, and will a.-uorapany Minnie to the academy, to witues-t his examine- , lion. General Roger A. Pryor narrowly escaped drowning at Coney Island while liathing to-day. A World's Washington special aay«: General Lew. Wallace has protmeed t.< the Secretary or War the employment of a corps of frontiersmen lor border duty. This would, in short, create s lot of predatory white bands to offset the thieving savages. A special to the World from Wash ington says: Private dispatches re ceived by Morton’s lriends in Wash ington. indicate his condition as more critical than the press dispatches ad hi it. A Times Columbus dispatch says: The Executive Committee of the anti Hayes men issued an address to the Republicans of Ohio, urging them to abandon their support of the ticket nominated at Cleveland, but announc ing with singular inconsistency that they do not wish to divido or impair the old party organization by puuiug a new ticket in the Held, The Sun sav*: Orton, President of the Western "Union, said yesterday, "Our contract la for ;» years, and while no advance as yet has been decided upon, I can say that there will probably be much reduction to certain places where there was no competition of consequence; as there will bean increase in other, the pub lic crn be assured that they have nothing to apprehend. We will ad vance rates to Chicago to 50 cents; they are now !J5 cents, but 91 b« fore the trouble between the two com panies began; to St. Louis, 50 cents, which was 91 50 before; there will be no change to San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia and other large cities. The > abia le»ia«. New York, August 23. At a meeting of (be Executive Com mittee of the Cuban League today, so address to the people ol the United States was adopted, together with a resolution that the inhabitants of latge cities from Cuban league*, for the pur pose of exerting a moral influence upon our own and other civilized gov ernmenta in favor of the impression of the inhuman war waged against Cuba for the last eight years, and invoking the aid of the press to demand her recognition as a beligereut. The President snd Party at Worces ter. Worckstkr. August 24. The President and party reached here at 8 o’clock, and were escorted to the Bay Slate House by the City Guard, Light Infantry and Conti nentals. The streets are densely packed, and many buildings decorated, and saluiea bred. Speeches were made by the Postmaster General, General Devens, Secretary Evarta and Senator Hoar. Senator Norton's Condition. Richmond. Ind., Aug. 23. Doctor Bliss arrived from Washing ton this evening, and held a consulta tion with Dr. Thompson. Boili agree that Senator Morton's condition ia more favorable than they could expect, considering his alarming condition yesterday, snd they are hopeful that the Senator will aonu rally again. The Campnlgn Opened In Ohio. Columbus. Aug 23. The campaign for the Democracy opened in this city to night. A large audience congregated at Capital Square and was address'd by the Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton of Cincinnati, and Gen eral Thos. Ewing of Lancaster. Mr. Pendletou apoke for upward of an hour, and was followed by General K« iog. The Condition of Norton Im proving. Richmond, Ind., Aug. 24. Senator Morton, at midnight, was resting comfortable, and bis phvt-i dans express the belief that the crisis is passed, and bis gradual recovery ia anticipated. Thb Virginia and Truckee railroad baa the start of most other railroads, in that at each end it has a northern terminus. It knows no south, no east, no west, but stands with both ends to the north; and the two ends, like those of s horse shoe, are not far apart. Twenty-one milee, in an air line, would unite the ends of the horse •hoe and complete the circle.—Enter prise The citizens of Truckee, Reno snd Virginia are already aware of the truth of this, and they propose to build the twenty-one mile road to “ unite the ends of tbe borse shoe.’*— Virginia Chronicle. iluoo is credited with a new trait of amiability toward children. He in vited a friend to bring his young son to dinner, an 1 the young son was so impressed with a sense of tpe honor conferred upon him that ha sal silent and uneasy all through the social meal. “My friend," Anally said Hu go, “your boy doesn't seem well?” “Not seem well? Why? What’s wrong?" “Oh, he’s broken nothing yet—be does not fuel at home.” AM old colored prea< h~r was lectur ing a youth cf bis lold about the sin of dancing, when the latter protested that the Bible plainly said: ‘-There is a time to danee.” “Yes, dar am a time to dance,” said the dark divine, “and dat’s wliea a hoy git* a wbippln’ for gwioe to a ball.” | NIGHT DISPATCHES.1 The President’s Prolonged Parade. BBEAKFA8T AT THE FIFTH AVENUE. FORGERS IS UMBO. Nf.w York, August M. John H. Husted and Win. Conne, who were arrested yesterday on a charge of forging At. Louis bonds, were in iheAupienie Court chambers to-day on writa of certiorari obtained by their counsel, who urged that the proof against them was wholly insuffi cient. The District Attorney not be ing prepared to argue the question the case went over until to morrow. The Presidential party arrived h'-re this morning, an I after breakfasting at tlie Fifth Avenue tiolei look llie train for Washington. Col. Nelson A. Gessener. charged with forging a check lor $Ji>,ytitf on ihe Third National Bank of tiii. city, and w ho is one ol a gang of lorgers arrest* ed in Chicago, was arraigned in the Toombs Police Crurl tins morning. Affidavits were made against him by Willis Vantyne, teller of the bank, ami : Jos. W. Thompson, who has turned) Aisle's evidence. The prisoner was remanded to the Police Central office. It is stated that tlie authorities are in possession of facts showing that Ges sener was concerned in the forgery of checks for $ol,£*5 on the Union Trust Company. Improvement In tne lonamou 01 Meunter Horton. Richmond, Ind., August 24—10 a. m. Senator Morion rested well last nigbi. This morning at 7 o'clock tiie pain returned to bis right side, hut is rapidly’ subsiding. At til's boor lie ia easier and comparatively eoiuloriable. Heeling of Kallrnail Employes. Strousbouro. Pa., August 24. A general mee.ing of railroad tire men and brakeiuen is called to assem ble at Scranton this afternoon. The object of the meeting is unknuwu. Connecticut Umsbark Advocates. New Haven, August 24. At a meeting of greenback men last night resolutions were passed calling for an unconditional repeal of tiie re sumption act; lull monetization of silver; tne passage of an act making greentiauk* a lull legal lender and in terchangeable wiib bonds; opposition pi subsidies, and condemning Secre tary Sherman and calling for his re moval. Arreet vf n Desperado In Alahama. Wimixa, Ala., August 24. To day as the train was leaving Pen sacola the Sheriff, w it 11 a po-se, hoarded tbe cars to assist the Texas officers to arrest llie notorious John We»l»y Harden, who is said to have commit ted twenty seven murders, snd lor wlio>e body $4,000 reward has b-en e tiered by the St 4e ot Texas. A boor twenty stmts were tired iu making llie arrest, and Harden’s companion, named Mann, was killed. Arrest of Horse thieves. St. Louis, August24. Three members of a notorious gang of horse thieie*, who have been op eraliug in Western Missouri several months, were captured yesterday. It is said tiie gang to which these men belong have fifty horses on hand and have stolen over oilO since May last. FOREIGN NEWS. THE GREAT WAR. FIGHTING IN THE BALKAN PASSES. Victories Claimed by Both Sides. MISCELLANEOUS EUROPEAN SEWS. London, August 24. It is believed that the attack of Su leiman on Schipka pa-s was a demon atration to divert attention from tlie real movement, which is through tlie Iran Gale, about 30 miles east of Schip ka. There is a feeling of great de spondency among the Turoophills here over tlie unsuccessful result of tlie Turkish movement. They think that tlie termination of the late combat is ominous of serious Turkish disaster* which may annihilate the Turkish army. There is renewed clamor over the en dangered British interests, concerning which little or uolhing lias been said sim-e the battle of Plevna. Tlie Daily Mews' correspondent at the Russian headquarters explains tlie mystification which lias ari-en con cerning the reported capture of Bamkai Pass by the Turk*. He says on tlie ltith instant a column of Suleiman Pasha's force attempted streuuou-iy to force tlie Pass. It lias been reported that they were successful, hut, though the column did indeed force its way into the defile, it was there so roughly handled by the Russian artillery, and by a regiment holding the Pass, that it was compelled to retire. A Times Vienna correspondent re marks. relative to the attack o'Schipka Pass, that along the main range of the Balkan*, especially along Tundja Val ley. the force of mountains, tlie pre cipitou* rocks through which the road leads upon the steep curves, however much the bulk of Suleiman’* forces may have been inured to mountain warfare, and however heroic i he efforts made within tlie last few days may have been, it will be little short of a miracle if they should ul-imstely suc ceed in carrying the Pas*. Seveial special dispatches remark the hostile tone of tlie semi-official press toward Turkey. The Turkish Kinbassy at Berlin having, through a telegraphic agency, contradicted tlie report that the perpetrators of tlie Ssloni'-a massacre have been released, the Ministerial Nord Lieuisehez ex pressly begs to obeerve that the state ments put forward by the Turkish Foreign Departmeut are notoriously untrustworthy. A correspondent of the Daily Mews writes describing the effects of the war In Russia as follows: Peasant* are be ing called off to join the Imp-rial army from all directions Wherever one gis-s families are mourning Iss- i causeleither fattier or brother are un derorders to mart w ithin, perchance, only a l-w hours. Families are broken up on all sides and wives are selling household luru'ture. The streets of Moscow are Itirnnged io many places with household goods. The price of provisions is rising proportionately. Among the upper classes houses are in the same slate of change. Those who have retired from ttie army or | nary are In many cases lieing recalled, i All will, it is presumed, tie summoned in the course of time. Whilst I write a general call is lieing made tor all to serve in the militia, ami notices to this effect have I>oeti served on all tho»e lesidiog in Moscow. An investigation is going on relative to the nunn-er of men, servants and horses kept by every householder, a large quota of which must now be parted with lorihe public service. Substitutes on the part ot ttie former are not accepted. Funds are rolling io lor the sick and wound ed on ail sides, the pa-ania even urg ing the acceptance ot their mites. Paris, Aug. 24. Adelina Patti lias brought etui for the nullity of in>rri«ge against the Marquis of Faux. The summons at legcit tiial the marriage is null ami void, because the Priest, Rev. Mr. Plunkett, who performed the cere mony m England, had no license from In- Archbishop, but ao>ed simply as delegated by Hie Panel] ot Ml. Phillip du Route iu Paris. London. Aug. 24. A ili-patch from Theraperi reports i that tiie Porte has otllcially informed the British Embassy that Mehemet All gained a great victory between Osinan Bazaar and K-ki D'Juin «, cap turing several guns and indicting great loss. The Russians were the at tacking party’. A Berlin correspondent states that the Khedive of Egvpt, in return lor hi* military service to the Porte, de mands the right to form a navy. A Belgrade corresp indent send* the following: At the banquet last night. Prince Milan, in replying to the con gratulations on the anniversary of h s accession, saw! Servia was ready to make sacrifices in aid of the Christians, who were sighing under a foreign yoke. _ PACIFIC COAST. SAX? F&AirCXSCO. TUSCARORA MINING INCOR PORATIONS. Thr Sprint Tall?j Watrr Company Dt rlin:s th: City's Off.r. 5few OrvrlwpmrnM In (lie Wl|(lu. lou-PHChcru lun leal. San Francisco, August 24. The Grand Prt7.« Kxtension Mining Company ha* incorporated with $10, <hk),9uo capital, to operate in Tuscarora District, Nevada. The Directors are James M. Jackson, Julius Ilurk liausen. Geo. Fife, David Spencer and Fred Homer. The offer mads to the Spring Valley Water Company for all their property, excepting t Tear lake and unattached water metres, was $11,500.1100. The Water Commissioners, a', their session held this afternoon, officially received a communication from Charles Wetih Howard declining the otter. The Water Company contend that tile Commissioner* have been misinform ed as to the value of the prniierty, and ask tor the appointment ot an expert to appraise its valuation. The Coin missioners announce that the rejec. i< n of the offer lerinmaies negotiations with the Spring Valley Water Com pany. Referring to the contest between Pacheco and Wiggmtnn, candidates for Congress in the Fourth District, in which Pacheco had 3 majority of one vote, tils Examiner this evening says etdiorialiy: “We are informed ilist an error ha* been discovered in llie returns of Kern isiuoly for Represent ative in Congress, by w Inch Wiagin • ton receives an addition of three votes, which were erroneously credited lo Pacheco. This will give the seal to W’igginlon, as it more than cottnter tialances the claim of the majority heretofore made for Pacheco. Disagreement of the Jury in the PtlfrsrhrsMielt” Libel Mult. Pi.ackrvtllb, August 24. At 7:15 o’clock this morning the jury came into court and stated that they had taken no latUols on the sep arate charges in the indictment, but they had upon the whole question ot guilty or not guilty, and were not aide to sgree. By consent of counsel on both aides, the jury were discharged, and the Page case and all other indict menlH were continued until the next term of court, on the second Monday in Septem!>er. Page has declared his intention of going on with another trial, being determined to have a ver diet one way or another. After the jurv were discharged, counsel for the DeYoungs made a formal application lor the allowance of coats of defend ants’ witnesses. District Attorney Ing ham opposed such allowance, an t the t’ourt took the matter under advise ment. The jury sto d as follows: For verdict of guilty—Republicans, four; Democrats, two; not guilty—Demo crat*, five; Independent, 1. It was currently reported around town, be fore the trial, that it would be impossl hie lor the prosecution in obtain a ver dict, and that five of the jury would cinch Frank Page. The Latest News from Ueaeral How ard aud the I tool lie*. Salt Lakk, August 24. Many of the lianuook IiuIiuiin that wont wiili Captain Iiainbridge from Fort Hall hate returned with quits an amount of trap-they picked up tiiat tv a* used up and left by t lie hnnliles. A report from Virginia City, Montana Territory, this morning, say* the Indi ans are reported swarming on Madi son river, 40 miles l.elow Henry'a Lake. Most of the tainiliea in Mailiaon Val ley came to Virginia City during tl.e night. The Indians have gathered many horsea, and killed one man on Wolf creek. Probably it is only a struggling party, but It cuts off com mo meat ton with (tenoral Howard by that r>>Ute. Couriers and provision wagon* til mine have been atopjied and there i* no newa Iroiu Howard since night before last. latter. Salt Lark, Aug. 24. General Howard arrived at Virginia City, Montana Territory, this morning at 10 o’clock. His command is wait ing at Henry’s Lake for aupplie*. Some of General Miles'command are moving up the Yellowstone in front of the Indians. The Indian* got about 100 horses in Madison Valley, but have now left. OFFICIAL am.Hl LEFTEM. ABDKL August 17.—The winze has reached a depth of 70 feet, with i o perceptible cbango in the character of tb** ground. I am now drifting north and south on the vein from the b*i tom of the winze. Am still getting a little low grade ore on tba third level. 1 have also resumed milling, having about 2U0 tons on hand. H\L* ABD BORCROSB. Augu«t 19 —The water is 2'» fact below the 1900-ioot I *vel. The recent rise of the water above lt-0*- «»ot level cau«*d the break ot s ra * o the timbers in tbo north drift on that level, which however, have been re pl aeed an 1 tr.e lrift cl.* *n-»d our. The co n biuation shall is down 1770 feet. JUSTICE. August 19.—The 1170-foot level Is freed from its watery element and operations re sumed on the east drift the face of which shows very fine string -rs of quarts of a metal bearing character; m«ay* troin S3 to $11 per ton. 1 he vein on 100J foot level f ore south lateral drift shows a re* .lnr and well d • lined body of ore containing considerable na.tal. OOULO ABP CURRY. August 19.—A branch drift started from cros cat No. 1, from the 17nu-foot level to the northeast, is in 21 fe t, with prospects of cot ting the sa no water as was cut in the main cr s«aat. 1 he so • tn drift. l'.JOlNfoot level, is in 217 feet. Work has been re sum d in tbo Savage joint winze, and 0 fe«*t added to it. making its depth 237 leet. Tnero remains about 43 fe t further to sin a to raacb the Id 0 foot level. BEST ABD BELCHEL August 19.—During the pa«t week Id feet were added to crosscut No. 3, through hard bias mg rock. The heat in tba drill is in t*n«e. A winze has been started from the 1700 to the I BOO-Lot level, a* a point IUU feet cu t of the lateral drift in crosscut No. L It will ha an iodine winze. This will improve ventilation ai d allow the prospecting ot (he 1900-foot level, and by the time the winze i« down, a drift Irum the Gould and Curry ltd)u. foot lev* 1 can be run, which will open the •outh half ot the mine. DORN. Virginia, August 20 - Wife of Patrick frahey, a poo. MARRIED. Virginia, Auguft 22—Philo k» ai»|> to MU# Cl >ra Currier. Rer o. August 21—Mi99 Emma Reamer, ol Iteoo, tuCba*. Kmsr, of Stillwater. DIED. -bs-—-:—■- r* ■ a-r Career, Aug i«» 21-Goorge, inf.nt -an of Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Dickson, aged 1 year and 12 days. Statiouaar—a ilne line of legal and eon gross cap, letter and note paper; envelopes, all sires. A lull assortment of Gillott** pens. lead-pencil4, penholder., inks. murpagu, rub ber bands, paper laa eners, inkstand-, rulers, anil a general a-snritncnt of stationery, just received at tbe GoLDK.N III I, K sTollE. Moms II. Josvph, Commission Agent for the purchase i.nl sale of all kinds of mer chandi-a. Dealer in furnishinv goods, hats, caps, boot-, shoe*, trunks, valises, blanket-, tobacco, cigars, notions. GOLDEN llCLE 81VKE. Importer of inoerschaum pipes, smokers* goods, eut’erv, staiion-ry, fancy good-, musical instruments, English hosiery, etc., etc. Ragnag.—Tall your barber to select a fine raror — guaraateed — from tha fine stock LA l ELY IMPORTED Et.OM KNGbAND by M. H. Joseph, at tbe Goldea Rule store. Roi.lkp, gold-plated jewelry for gentlemen as durable as fine gold, and looks as well. Civ-’t tell tbe difference. At theGOLDEN KI LE STORK. A LiEdk assortment of look ing-glaases, all sites, at tbe GOLDEN RULE STORE. SuuukR bats—just received at theGOLDEN RULE STORE. Ext.v site overall* and jumpers just re ceived at tba GOLDEN RULE sTOHE. AokRiToftbe Kingsley Red liluff Manu fa t iring Company at ihc Goldon Hula Store, where you can find the largest stock uf the-e goods in tha State. tmw TO-DAi. ORES PURCHASED. CONNOR & CO., gUYERS OF ORE 1 BULLION. Agent* for OREANA AND SACRAMENTO SMELTING WORKS. Ore Sacks for Sale. OFFICE—VThitton’i American Hotel build ing, np itaira. CONNOR A CO, Eureka, Aug. 34, 1877. aug'iVtf -THK PACIFIC HOTEL A TWO • STORY HOUSE, CIONTAINIXO TWENTY-SIX ROOMS, / newly furmxbod in th« very latent *tyl«*. Situated in the center of town, and doing a good buxine**, inquire on preiui*ea. ¥• O. Sd'ENSSUN, Proprietor. F.ireka. Au*. 24, IH77. aov&vtf A. I>. ROCK 13 NOW PREPARED TO DOAXYSUR ▼eying. Eureka. Ang. 22, 1877. t’lg-'-lm' GREAT BARGAINS! ATTENTION, LADIES! you WILL NEVER HAVE ANOTHER SUCH AH OPPORTUHITY FOR PURGH ASIHO DRY GOODS At Lm Ikaa Cast Prices! DON’T DELAY! BUT CALL AT OWCB OH 0. DUNKEL & CO., •? Who will, for tbo next thirty daya. eel) toed, at aurh extraordinary low ratal aitolUaj] ■toall dealara with wonder, nnd eleddtatha heart of every man. woman and child wit will take adrantaca of THIS GREAT SACRIFICE D R Y G O OD8! -o AGIST FOB COOLEY'S CORK CORSET! Tha moet perfect article of the kind in the market. Call Early and Secure Bargain*? 0. Dl.XREL & CO., Corner of Main and Clark Street,. Kuraka. Eureka. April 2*. 1*77. ap»tf A . B ERWIN, -or Tfl E WHITE HOUSE, Baa Jnat Reeaired a Fine Lina af liEXTLEMEN'S CL0THM6 -AMD Furnishing Goods I BOOTS AND SHOES! HATS AND CAPi. VALISES, TRUNEJ. ETC. A FINE I'HUCI rom UROAIM I Am Selling Clothing Cheeper Then Ever Before! a. BEBwnr, main street. Eureka. J uae It, 1877. Jel7-tf SPECIAL_NOTICE ! J^ VERY LARUE SELECTION OF From the most celebrated authors io the world. For Sale Very Cheap. Having bought these ROOKS at an assignee sale, 1 will sell them AT VERT LOW PRICE#*. Please rail and satisfy yourselves. J. H. MICIIEL. Eureka. Aug. 17.1877. auglS-tf LAND NOTICE. I DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION ot tbe Possessory Claimants to the fset that ell lands thnt have to be irrigated for cropping or raising of grass, are subject to location under tbe Desert Land Law; hem e the importance of all persons claim ing by possession to apply for a patent un der the law taking up desert lands, so as to prevent others from entering it, and dispos sessing tbtm. A. D. ROCK. Eureka, Aug. 17, 1877. auslft-tf CLAIRVOYANT PHYSICIAN. Mrs. dr. p. f. Stephens, the greatest astrologlst. clairvoyant physi cian and taat medium oi the age has arrived and can be consulted at her rooms on South Main street, nearly opposite Bishop A Car penter’s livery stable. Past, present end fu ture truthfully delineated. Special attention given to the afflicted. Charges roaeeable. Persons wishing to know their pa«t, pree on* uml future, can do so by sending one dollar, tv<vir correct age, completion and sex. _ mv’JHtf #10 REWARD : JO?T, BETWEEN YOUNG'S ICECREAM j Saloon an<l the Turner Hou*e, on evening of Aoguat l. lh. a lady's gold '|uart* bronalpin. Hr leaving it at this otneetne above reward will be paid. Eurek a. A ug. *). 187:. au2.-l» ^ ROOMS TO LET. TMillEE HANDSOMELY KDRNISIIKP roonia. in Dunkel A Oo.'a b olding, eec ond atory. corner of Clark and Main street*. Inquire of Mrsv llarmer. on the premiaea. Eureka. Aug. IK7. aug2l-iw