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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 18. 1877. •ILTtB. The London’ Economist quotes an article from the Berlin Bonne Xeitung estimating that of the #200,000,000 in silver coin withdrawn by the German Government, about half has been re deemed and #75,000,000 sold, leaving #25,000,000 on hand. The silver re maining in circulation is in one thaler pieoes. No date for Its demonetisation being fixed by law, it will be with drawn at the discretion of the Govern ment. The present rate of withdrawal is considerably slower than hereto fore. This the Economist thinks ie probably due to the large amount of silver In band and not easily to be dis posed of. As has been frequently in timated by the Stock Report, the Ger man Government is carelul not to overfeed the market, and is keeping quotations from being too badly de pressed. The Economist suggests the removal of duty on silver plate in En gland to stimulate the demand for sil ver aud to relievo the Indian ex chequer. MAIE ■eDOVAl.D COM. M'BEWED. Mark L. McDonald, the retired broker, was interviewed by a repor ter the other evening on the political aituallon. Said Mr. McDouald: “There has been a perfect revolu tion, and the Chronicle has been help ing us out immensely by showing us where corruption exists.” “ Is not the Democratic victory the result of divisions in the Republican party T” the reporter asked. “ But partially,” was the reply. “ I don’t think if the Republican party had been united they could have car ried the State. By united counsels they might possibly have averted so great a disaster.” " Can you give me any information or view* regarding the United States SenstorsbipT” “The next United Stales Senator will be some good Democrat, you may be sure, and probably some one from this city. I bold that we ought to bsve a United States Senator who will look alter tbe interests of San Fran cisco more than heretofore. For tbe laet ten or fifteen yean our United States Senators have been from tbe in terior—from Sacramento and other places—except Mr. Casserly, and he only served a short time, yielding the place to Judge Hager, who served out the term. For more than fifteen years we have not had a San Francisco Sena tor who served out his term. We have bad to depend on the Senators from Nevada to look after our purely lo cal interests.” •' I suppose yon will be a candi date T” “ Yes, 1 am a candidate, and I am going to be with them. I am going to see the fight out to the very last. Tbe Democrats will acknowledge that 1 have done as much for their triumph this year aa any other man. While you at the Chronicle office have been breaking down all tbe Federal rings, we have been breaking down all tbe munioipal rings, sc that now there is not one left.” Deacon Parkinson, of tbe Carson Tribune, draws a lesson from tbe Cali fornia election, and remarking on tbe coming battle in this State, makes tbe following prediction: “Time was when a nomination by a Republican convention was virtually an election, but it is not so now; tbe victory next year will be with tbe party that puts up tbe best men; and Juat aa sure as tbe sun shines on tbe just and unjust, so surely will Nevada go Democratic if the old party leaders run tbe political machine next year.” Tbe old boys are cure to be at tbe helm, Deacon, no matter bow muob wo plons people of tbo press rail against it. Rufk Shoemaker, of the Grass Valley Union, Is mentioned for Secre tary of tbe California Senate. It a aagebruaber may be permitted to have anything to aay about it we desire t# aeoond tbo motion, 'fhere is no better or truer man within tbe broad confines of tbo Goldeo State than Rufe Shoe maker. He la, of course, thoroughly qualified, and would fill the position to his own credit and tbo satisfaction of Senators. By all means give it to Rufe If bo wants it, _ Th* talk Is among the California prana that the Republican members of tbs Legislature of that State will honor Marcus D. Boruek, of tbe “hoes” pa per, with the complimentary vote for United States Senator. It is an empty honor, but Marcus is perhaps as much entitled to whatever prominence it gives ae any other Republican leader. Tu Sacramento Bee thinks that the Mas Faroes Indian war ia a big job, and that it ia being prolonged for tbe special benefit ot contractors. What has become of Howard, anyhow T Mow that Senator Sargent has been * fired out,” the Chronicle suggests that he start an employment agency, remarking that he baa bad a good deal of experience in that line. Ann now tbe Reno Cazette objects to tbe collection of the back bullion tax from tha Sharon and Jones mines. Here is rich ness and consistency for you. erase I* rise. The machinery of tbe Grand Prize hoisting works, recently destroyed by fire, wee not so badly damaged that it eannot be used again. The Superin tendent bee put a donkey engine in position, and tba work of extracting ore will be oomlnued In this manner un til new hoist tog works are constructed. EASTERN NEWS. | [SPECIAL TO THE DA1LT SEJfTlKEUl . YESTERDAY’S DISPATCHES. The International Shooting. of the '* World " on »ho ^ Kaleh. New York. Sept. 15. Again the bulletin hoards have been surrounded all the morning by enthu siastic crowds. The shooting was a greatsurprisetoeverybody. and Amer icans about the city are jubilant. The pool sales were not spirited, being al together one-sided, the difficulty being to get the British end at any cost. The World says, editorially, of the matob: In chronicling and applauding this great victory, Americans will not omit to recognise the rare quality and nianline sot the defeated British rifle men. They were uot beaten because themselves were weak. In nothing of experience or honorable effort were they inferior to our men, aud our per centage of preponderance represents rather anything else. Our advantage in weapons, in position, and above all that organization, discipline and har mony without which no team, no mat ler what task is set, can tie successful. We place no selfish restrictive patent upon these things. Our impels rather that our fraternal competitors may avail themselves of every advantage known to ua, until the contest between us shall be narrow, to become oue ot sheer skill. A Orest Panic at the Conclusion of tb« Ohio Male Fair. Columbus, O., Sept. 14. The State fair closed today will a large attendance. During the grand review of premium stock in the liorse ring this eveuimr. one of the teams be came frightened and ran away. This frightened oilier stock, and many of the animals broke away from their grooms and created great excitement. One team dashed with furious speed among the terrified animals, and upon the Macon cornet band, which headed the procession, throwing them right and left to the ground. The confusion which followed was terrible. The thousands of spectators who tilled the track and grand stand Iwcmne tilled with excitement, and it was with ditti cully that many persons were saved from being crushed to death. The only serious injury, however, was to a drummer, named Henry Conrad, who will probable recover. Yellow Fever Becoming Epidemic In Florldn. Chicago, Sept. 14. A Journal Washington special says: Parties arrived Irom Florida say there is great excitement there oil account ol yellow fever threatening the coast cities. Fernandina is being rapidly depopulated. Stringent sanitary and quarantine measures are being taken. Jacksonville, Fla.. Sept. 14. Five deaths have occurred at Fer nandina since last report and several new cases are reported. Dr. MacFar land, from Savannah, says the disease will shortly become epidemic. It is almost impossible to get at the true condition of affairs there. The Board of Health is now well organized and the hospital will soon have to he es tablished. The Presidential Party. Washington, Sept. 14. Secretary Evarts will leave Wash ington to morrow morning for Louis ville, stopping at Grafton, West Vlr ginia, where he will remaiu until the arrival of Secretary Schurz and Post master General Key, who leaves to morrow evening. The Postmaster General will acconipay the presiden tial party on their southern tour. Sec retaiv Schurz expects to leave the par ty at Louisville aud return here. Secre tary Thompson will accompany the party as far as Chattanooga, from which place he will proceed to Pensa cola for the purpose ot examining the navy yard. NIGHT DISPATCHES. tammany" tricks. TWEED OH THE WITNESS STAND. He Implicate* Hosts of Prominent Mon. Other Item from Uolhana. New Yohk, September 15. Wro. M. Tweed was before tbe Al derman Investigating Committee to day. He produced an assignment of one-half of O’Brien’s claim against tbe city to him, in tbe name of Foster Dewey, and an assignment of Dewey to him. Tbe assignment is conveyed for one dollar, paid by Dewey to Jas. O’Brien, all of the latter’s claims, not less than #150,000, against the oity, and bears the signatures of Jos. A. Mol heirner, Tweed and Janies O’Brien, dated October 20, 1871. Witness gave #20,000 for it. He gave as assignment of real estate of #78,000 to Win. E. King, in tbe presence ot Dewey, for the claim. Regarding tbe charter of 1870, almost every one connected with tbe Tammany ring bad something to do with it. When asked if members of tbe Assembly were bribed to vote for it, witness answered, “They were paid forit. Could not tell that members of tbe Assembly were paid, but know that Senators were. The tax levy pro visions of 1870 gave the control of tbe fiuaucea to tbe Mayor, Comptrollerand President of tbe Department of Works. It was understood among them that they were to reimburse themselves for the large sums expended in passing tbe charter. Connelly, Muiitb and witness, and various tradesmen, furnished money for bribing tbe I.egislaiure of 1870. Among tbe tradesmen were Carvey, Ingersoll, Keyers, E. Woodward, Jas. Watson. Kd. Boyle, E. Marin and most everybody who bad dealings with the United Mutes. Henry Smith, Police Commissioner, contributed; also tbe Erie Railroad, through Jay Could. Wbeobesaid Could, lie meant Fisk and vice versa, for they spoke and act od as one men. The money for the ! Assembly went through Kd. Barbour. He gave Barbour JWXi.OOO for that pur- j pose, and be himself personally paid \ the Senators. Augustine Daily has engaged Booth’s' Theater for a short autumn j season, at which Joe Jefferson | will play. Jarrelt <t I’almer have offered to lease the Fifth Avenue Theater. Fanny Davenport opens st Toronto neat week. She will not visit California this year. The IForfd contradicts its corrc* pendent's recent story that Silting Bull is a college graduate. A man with a (oasclerare. N*w York. Sept. 13. The Secretary of*the Treasury re ceived to-day, from New York, from an unknown person, 87.551, for an error in income returns tor '65 and ’tkS. and an omission in ’70. He placed the same to tbe credit of the cuuacieuue fund. FOREION^NEWS. The Fighting at Plevna. A FEARFUL SLAUGHTER OF RUSSIANS. The Turk* Still Successful. MISCELLANEOUS EUROPEAN NEWS. London, Sept. 15. The situation of ttie Russian camp at Plevna is sickening and horrible from the odor of the putrifying bodies of half buried, or not buried at all, slain and the lack of sauitary arrange ments. '1 he euormous losses since tlie commencement of the inves'incut [ of Plevna is producing dissatisfaction among the soldiers, who think they are being uselessly slaughtered. Three unsuccessful attempts were made on Tuesday resulting in a wholesale mur der costing 25 per cent, of ttie men en gaged. The Russians had to charge up a glacis 500 yards without tlie slightest cover. Three regiments oi 8,000 men of the Fourth corps who made an assault against the s null fort of the Turkish line were nearly anni hila ed. Two brigades left one-third of their number behind when beaten back. No prisoners were taken on either side. Thus fir the lighting has been a repetition of iShipka, tiie com batants changed roles, aud the Rus sians are wildly beating out their brains against the illimitable, and al most impregnable fortifications of ttie Turks. England is determined that this campaign shall end tiie war. Large additions are being made to tiie garrison of Malta, and there lias been a heavy shipment of war munitions to the same locality. Ail the journals unite iu the demand that the war end with the season. Under the present condition Plevna cannot be carried by a coup de mum. A Russian battalion ascending a slope before a redoubt is exposed all the way from its cover, say for halt or a quarter of a mile, to a terrible lire from the rifles of tiie Turks who were in visible, and if the latter were good marksmen not a man out of the corps would reach the shelter of thetreuches of the enemy. Such attacks as that made on the redoubt south of Plevna Saturday simply consumes the Rus sian infantry without any compensa tion. London, Sept. 15. A correspondent telegraphs as fol lows from Bucharest Friday night: I left the battle field before Plevna at noon yesterday. The two redoubts taken by Skobeliff Tuesday evening were hbld 24 hours. Wednesday tiie Turks made six attacks and finally about 6 o’clock in the evening drove him out. He lost three cannon which he had placed in tlii redoubt. He asked for reinforcements several times, but General Levitzky refused them, thinking General Skobeliff had enough men to hold the redoubt. Finally, Kriloff, on his own responsibility, sent the remnant of a regiment which had attacked the lower redoubt near Plev na, and whose effective strength was reduced to 1,000 men utterly unfit to go into battle. Even this regiment arrived too late, and another regiment sent from the headquarters of the staff to reinforce him arrived when General Skobeliff already had retreat ed. The loss of these redoubts is dis astroiis for the Russian attack, as it seems that the Russians in possession of these redoubts and the Orivica re doubt bad counted upon recommenc ing the offensive immediately. This is now impossible until the arrival of reinforcements. When I left the hat tie field all was quiet except a light ar tillery fire. Tiie Russians were slill in possession or the wrivicaredout, which was under a continual heaAr tire from the Turks. 'Phi-* redoubt was visited by Col. Wellesly, who says It is heaped full of dead Russians and Rou manians. A dispatch from Sbiimla says: Osman Pasha has attacked the Russians in great force at Dubnit on the road from Plevna to .'Sofia, where they had fortified themselves. The Russians were badly beaten and have lost several thousand men besides nine guns. The Times says the resources st the disposal of the Government of India have beeu so reduced by ex|>enditures, on account of the famine, that it is de sirable that the amount of drawing of India bills and telegraphic transfers should bo diminished. The sum to be alloted next time will be 'A) lac of rupes, instead, as heretofore, of 26VJ. This bas steadied the price of silver, but has not caused the improvement anticipated by the prospective diminii tion in the means of remittance to India and the Kast. St. Petbksbi’ro, Sept. 15. The Russian police have discovered a secret conspiracy to assassiuate the Czar on the bailie Held. London, Sept. 15. A dispatch from Ghent reports the destruction by fire of the military hos pital. It is believed that everybody in the institution was removed in safety. haIk lo.vir. Quinine and illycerine Hair Tonic will pre vent the hair falling off, and render it moist, soft and glossy. Iion’t wait till you're halo before trying it. For tale at the new drug store. You can buy of Knnis, at the “ Little Store Around the Corner,” or out of hi* Washoe canary wagen, choice peaches, grapes, plums Bartlett pears or gieen sages, all throe pounds for 30 eants. All other fruit in pro portion. A choice assortment received daily: alio choice ranch butter twice a week. sopt4-tf PACIFIC COAST.! 8AXV MlAXVCI8C0. Crookedness at the Late Elec tion. PINNEY AND SPAULDING. Dividrnd of th: Eorrka Consolidated. Mr*. Flnnejr’a Brother kpeakt * Piece. San Francisco, Sept. 15. H. P. Goldstein and A. A. lienton were before tlie Police Court to day on charges of felony In falsifying the vole in the second precinct of the Sixth Ward during the recent election. Tlie Court held them to answer before the Grauil Jury, fixing the bail at $10, 000 in each ease. W. W. Morrow has filed with the County Cleik a notice that he will coined the right of Jno. C. Murphy to represent the Ninth Senatorisl District of this county in the Slate Senate. Tlie grounds of contest, verified by tlie oatb of the contestant are, that the re turns of the late election from that District for Senator are false, and do not contain a true statement of tlie votes cast, nor the persons for whom tlie same were cast, and that the c«u vassing thereof hy the Hoard of Super visors and the result declared was and is void. llnfusC. Spaulding, ex-Navsl Pav Inspector, furnished bail this noon in the sum of (IIOWI on lour indictments found against him by the United Slates Grand Jury. His bondsmen are /.eptianiab S. Spaulding anJ Oscar D. liiirgess. Spaulding is now at liberty. Pinney remains in the comi ty jad‘. The Eureka Consolidated Mining Company lias declared a dividend ol $.! per share, payable September :40th. About $100,000 will be carried over after payiug tlie dividend. San Francisco, Sept. 15. Crawford, Mrs. Pinney’s brother, publishes a letter this morning contra dicting some of her statements pub lished yesterday, more particularly those relating to tlie reception she gave Pinney on his return and the manner in which she came to sign away her homestead. NEVADA. Wonderful Extent of the Big Bo unusa. Virginia City, Sept. 14. The Enterprise of to morrow will contain tiie following: A close perusal of the reports of the bonanza mines disclose some [mints of interest In fact, there have been several strikes there of late, and recent developments go to show that very little is to day known as to the real extent of the big bonanza. The developments on the 1,-00 fool level show It to be reaching up slid away where no one suspected of its existence. The drift west, 1,650 foot level, to connect with the main shaft when it reaches the required depth, has made a wonderful develop ment. Every one who saw where the tracings of the ore body led to por phyry, was ready to swear that the western wail had been reached, when lo, the drift above mentioned, af.er having been run but three feet in por phyry, again penetrated ore. aud lias in vain floundered therein ever since, looking tor the true west wall. Below this level the limits to the ore eu countered are wholly unknown, ex cept to the east where the clay wall was cut by the drift west on the 1,750 foot level, and front the C A C shaft. Should this vast ore body follow the wake of most of the others uncovered in the Comstock, it will yet lie fou.od to extend far down and to ilia south, which is more than likely. But these developments while they make known how little Is known by the best of us as to the real extent of the lug bonanza, demonstrate with others mentioned, that the beginning of the end of div idends in both the Consolidated Vir gnna him i aiiiorius lias not yet neen readied. The discoveries above men tioned have lieen implemented by otliers on i he 1,(MX)and 1 .(>50 fool levels of the California which have surprised every one who Iihs seen them. The ore body is expanding all over and contracting nowhere, and then the old slopes on the 1,500 foot level, which were dosed at the time of the big tire two years ago, have again lieen opened up and an immense body of ore of high grade found in cross-cut No. 2. UTAH. Hlcta Development* la Hie Npurtona Divorce Business or Zion. Salt Lakk, Sept. 15. A Committee of the (irand Jury of the Third Judicial District Court hav ing made repeated efforts to examine the records and hies of the Probate Court of Salt Lake oouuty, with the view to a ventilation of the divorce business of that Court, and having been refused access to said records and tiles by the Judge of the Probate, High Priest Elias Smith, who, in ad dition to bis judicial position, is the Adam of the Endowment House, an order was made on Thursday by the Judge of the Third District Court re quiring said Judge to show cause why he should not he adjudged guilty of contempt of the Court, No cause hav ing lieen shown, and the efforts or the Committee on Friday to gain access to the books being unavailing. Judge Schaffer made the following order this morning. The Marshal with the Com mittee of the (irand Jury are now making an effort to execute the order. The claim of the Priestly Judge is that the records aud tiles in the office of the Probate Court are private. He will not allow metnlwrs of the bar or suit ors to examine them. There is do other known reason for the refusal which lias been persisted in for many years except a desire on the part of the Probate Court to conceal their ne farious transactions in divorce matters: Third District Court, Utah Territory, April term, 1877—In the matter of tlie citation of Elias Smith, Probate Judge of Salt l^ke county, to show cause, if ant' he has, why he should not be punished for contempt of Court, the said Elias Smith having been ad judged guilty of contempt of Court, for haring refused a committee of the Grand Jury of this Court the right to examine ttie recorda of the Probate Court of Salt Lake county, of which Probate Court the said Smith is Judge, nnd the records of which are in hie custody and subject to his control; and the said Litas Smith haring had until this morning to tils and exhibit to this Court an answer and reasons in exon eration or mitigation of such contempt; and the said Smith having failed to file or exhibit any good reason for such exoneration or mitigation, but, on the contrary, It appears from the report of said committee, died on yesterday in thia Court, that the said Smith has per emptorily and persistently denied and refused the said committee actress to tlie records and files of said Probate Court, notwithstanding the orders of tliis Court, it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Court that the said Llias Smith pay a fine of $.'>(>0, and an additional sum of $30 for each day that lie shall hereafter refu-e to permit the said committee of said Grand Jury access to the records or tiles of said Prohate Court at aoy reasonable time, for the purpose of making such exam ination as they were heretofore ordered to make by this Court; the latter amount to ue computed ny tne oierk of this Court on the report of said committee; and also that the mid Kliaa Smith pay the costa of this proceeding, to he taxed by the Clerk of this Court; and that an execution Isxne in the usual form against the said Kliaa Smith for the several sums afore said. It Is further ordered by the Court that the United states Marshal of tliis Territory, or his deputy, accom pany the said committee to the place where the said records and tiles of said Probate Court are kept, at a reason able time, or limes; and it sail Kliaa Smith shall refuse to let said commit tee have access to said records or files, that said Marshal shall arre*t*aid Kiias Smith slid hold him in custody until such time as lie, tile said Smith, shall permit said cnminittoa to make such examination of such records and files as aforesaid; and if any other person, or persons, having, or pretending to have tlie custody of such Probate Court’s records, or otherwise, shall, in any wav prevent nr obstruct the said committee from having access to such Probate Court'd records, or making such examination as aforesaid, tlie said Marshal or deputy is hereby com manded to arrest such person, or per sons, and forthwith bring him.nrtbem, before this Court to be dealt with ac cording to law. (Sighed) M. ScflAFKKR, Judge. Attest: C. S. Hill, Clerk. September 15, 1877. The Poland bill, by which the Fed eral Courts are organized, makes it the duty of the Grand Jury to make the examination of all public records. Salt I-akk, Sept. 16. High Priest Judge Smith oaves. The eominiitee were admitted to examine the files and records in the Probate Office. Ttie committee have already found a rich mine of divorce corrup tion. A list of cases, attorneys, and the residence of parties in ail the spu rious divorce cases, is lieing made by the committee. Federal officers and Gentiles are jubilant. The Saints feel Ilia loss of llrigham in tills, their lirst skirmish siuce the loss of their dead prophet. ARIZONA. Long List of Keren! InUlau Depre dations. Sept. 15. Keliahlc advices received yesterday from ('ainp Howie and Clifton say that Hie Warm Spring Indians who recent ly left San Carlos, have killed at least 14 men and wounded eight, cultured one freight train, killed the teimieters and destroyed the goods. Seven horses were laken Irom Halston, and his sta tion was abandoned. There has been no mail from silver City for a week. The Longfellow Copper MiningC'ornpa ny, at Clifton, lost 140 team mules by the Indiana, and have to stop opera liona. Three detachments of Arizona troops, and all the available ones in New Mexico, are after the Indians. BORN. i>" <1 Hill, Sept. •>-Wifs of Archie I’sfcoo, a non. DIED. Ruby Hill, Sept. Id— l’strick Henry Hussey, aged 13 month*. The tunerai will take place from the res idence of Mr. Hussey to-day at 2 o’clock r. u. K'ienda and acquaintances are invited to atrond. Gold Hill. Sept. 12—Thomas IJeighla, aged 40 years. Virginia. Sep'. 12-Mr*. Mary McDevitt. a native of county Tyrone, Ireland, aged 71 year*. Gold llill, Sept. 12-St*oia, daughter of M. L. and Margaret Sullivan, aged 8 month* and 7 day*. Virginia, Sept. 12— Freddie. «on of W. T. and Lillie I’erkin*. aged Itt month*. Statio.acst—a fine line of legal and con gress cap, letter and note paper; envelopes, all »iie*. A lull assortment of liillott’s pens, lead-pencil*, penholders, inks, mucilage, rub ber bands, paper fasteners, inkslands, rulers, and a general assortment of stationery, just rereivod at the HOLDEN Rl’LE STOKE. M'juris II. JosurM, Commission Agent for the purchase and sal* of all kinds of mer chandise. Dealer in furnishing goods, hats, caps, boots, shoes, trunks, valists, blankets, tobacco, cigars, notions. HOLDEN RULE STORK. Importer of moerschaum pipos, smokers' goods, cutlerr, stationery, fancy goods, musical instruments. English hosiery, etc., ate. Watches asp jewelst neatly repaired. If you want to bare your watehea and jewel y repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to H. Sthi ae'iA jewelry store, or* door south of 8. Ashim A Bros., Main street. Oua lioot-Kirrii sats:—Ton honor, my dear fellah, most eitraordinary luck, I do declare, and no blowing; 'lie by jingo; 'ti* by the living jingo-found a genuine imported Havana cigar for on* bit, at the Miners’ and Mechanics’ Trade Depot How She Boils -An IMPORTED HAVANA CIHAR for I2'6 cent*, at the MINERR* and MECHANICS’ TRADE DEPOT. soptt Skoars I Cigars! Cigars!-Imported Ma nilla aegars for on* bit each, at the MINERS* and M ECU A NIGS* TRADE DEPOT. eep; 4 - « Twehty-hyr Dollar Tea Sets, at HAS KELL'S. eoptb-tf Bar Glasses, Goblets, Tumblers, etc., at HASKELL'S septSMf . Fine wool mattresses, *10, at HASKELL’S. ___ septa-tf Nevada Estermise.— One bit Imported Cigars sold under the fullest guarantee for Havana wrappers. Havana fillers and Hav ens manufacture, at tba Miners' and Me chanics’ Trad* Depot, e«pt4 THEATER. The First Appearaace In Eureka of the Young American actor J. AL. 8AWTELLE, Supported by a powerful organiiation of Brat rlaae talent, including MRS. BBLLK POUULASS, MRS. h A. fAWTKLLK, MISS VlVlA IrBANCE. MISS MAY ROBERTS, MASTKR JoH.XXY, L. SAMVt Kl.I.S, u. C. PuT'IKK, D. MUKPMT. W. HARRIS. _ J- keklkk. HONDA? EVENING, Stptgmber 17,1177. ! The eTening’a entertainment will comaaaa with Mr. Sawtella’eawn eraatioa,entitled KIP VAN WINKLE, -OR THE SLEEP OP TWENTY TEAM, Which has been pronounced by tbs prase of tbia coast to be the floeet piece of ebareeter actiag that has been seen for years. After which, tea minutes with the great LK'iN SAM WILLS, the fin. at acre bit in the world. ™ Heno comic aeng, by J. Al. Hawtell*. To conclude with the roaring farce of PA Dll Y MILES’ BOY. ‘ Admission. 81; Referred seats, tl 50. Poors Open et 7 o’clock, performance com mence! et 1 o’clock. Eureka, Sent. 14, 1977. flJtd G R GAT R JRGllls] ATTENTION, LADIES! yon WILL NEVER HAVE ANOTHER SUCH AN OPPOBTUNITY FOB PUBGH ASINO DRY GOODS Al Lean than Caal Prior* I DON’T DELAY ! BUT CALL AT ONCE OH 0. DUNKEL & CO., Who will, for tha nait thirty day*, **11 food* at aueh eitraordiaary low rat** a* lo All ail •mall daalari with wonder, and rladden the heart of erary mao, woman and child who will taka adranta«a of THIS GREAT SACRIFICE DRY 0 0 00 8! AUCMT FOR COOLEY'S CORK CORSET! Tha aoet perfect article of tha kind in tha market. Call Early and Secnre Bargain*! 0. DIN EEL & CIA, Cornar of Main and Clark Straata, Eureka. Kureka. April 21.1*77. ei JHtf GREAT CLEARING SALE! DRY GOODS! -AND CLOTHING! —AT— METERS & FRANKLIN’S. On aeoount of our Mb. FnmaLn bayiof A HEAVY STOCK OF GOODS! IN EUROPE AND NEW YORK ! It U our intention to diipora of our LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK At Any Price S And any one railing will be rare ef rarariog A GOOD BARGAIN ! As we are bound te SELL CHEAP EOS CASH! •w Orders frost the country will hare oa best attention. MEYERS A FRANKLIN. au8-tf Main atraet. Eureka. ARTESIAN WELL B O R I N C ! I'llK UNDERSIGNED HAVE JU8T KE ceived all tha neoessary machinery tor •inking Artesian Wells, and are now pre pared to recoire contrai ls for boring, rer mlormation in regurd to terms, eta. apply t® k. a. darker a co. Eureka August 28,1877. auffltf^ LOST ! TJ>ST, ABOUT AUGUST SECOND. AN If A owriran-iaade GOLD STEM-WIND Eit WATCH. Head, maker. Newark. N. J with a >10811 black iron ebain attached. Any , person leaving the same at this office will he j liberally rawardod aod no hubs lions asked. Eureka. Sept. 8, 1877. _sepUMf_ i Billhead*, LErTEDitLA'* and cards, piloted at the SENTINEL offiee. te order.