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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1878. COUNTY FINANCES, We publish thi» morning the joint statement of the Auditor and Treas urer for the quarter ending March 31st. It will be seen that the county is in a most excellent condition, having a net cash balance on hand of $49,755.00. There is perhaps no other county in the State that can make so good a showing. We are not reformers here either, our local officers being about equally divided between Democrats and Republicans. We allude to this fact simply to show that capable, trustworthy and efficient officers can be had from tbe ranks of the two old parties. It will also be seen by ref erence to the published proceedings of the Roard of County Commissioners that tbe tax levy for State and county purposes for the current year has been fixed at two dollars on the hundred. This is the rate outside of tbe town of Eureka. Wilhin the town limits 45 cents is added for municipal purposes, 20 cents for the police fund and 25 cents for the fire fond. The gross levy in town last year was $2 75. It is thus shown that we have been favored with a reduction of 30 cents on each one hundred dollars valuation of taxable property. This levy, including tbe cash on hand, will defray the expenses of the county gov ernment, build a forty thousand dol lar Court-house and carry over a bal ance of $20,000 at the beginning of next yeif. THE CHIC till) MININU EX. CHANGE. The new Chicago Mining Exchange was to have opened its doors for busi ness yesterday, April 1st. Under the rules of the Exchange it requires a fee of $100 to place a stock on the list. The San Francisco Exchange charges $1, 000. A circular issued by the Chicago Board says: "It is believed that stocks of good dividend yielding min ing property will find a ready and ad vantageous sale throagh Ibis Ex change, and also that the slocks of companies having property with lim ited development, but promising good results, can be readily disposed of to good ad vantage. Chicago lias already a large interest in the mining indus tries of this country by reason of its large commerce with the mining re gions, in furnishing mining machin ery and supplies, and it is most con fidently anticipated that this market will become prominent in the disposal oi good mining property aud mineral products.” PLUNDERED MOUTH CAROLINA. The South Carolina Committee on Frauds have given to the Legislature another chapter in the history of ras cality in that State, dealing mainly with the ring which obtained posses sion of the Greenville and Columbia railroad by bribing the Legislature to pass a bill creating a sinking fund commission, which sold ihe stock of this corporation to the said ring for $49,667, while the cost of the road to the State was $433,960. The money with which the Legislature was bribed, and with which the stock was bought, was furnished, the report says, by Kimpton, who also supplied the money represented by the stock held by the Greenville aud Columbia railroad copartnership, its members consisting of Patterson, Parker, Tom linBon, Neagle, Cardozo, Chamber lain, Leslie, Kimpton and Hurley. The ivestigations prosecuted by the Legislature are unearthing a fearful amount of villainy, and we can not wonder that the South Carolinans had grown desperate at carpet-bag rule. REPUBLICAN OPINION OF II AY EH. The Utica Republican, Conkling’s organ, discourses as follows: “ This is the reason why we find him (Hayes) writing epistles of condolence to the forger Anderson; dividing up offices with his Ohio chums; putting his arms affectionately around the neck of Gor don; snubbing the venerable Hamlin; shaking the Hamburg murderer, But ler, heartily by the hand; tolerating Key in the Cabinet; nominating rebels to office in preference to Republicans— and, in a word, yielding himself to the domination of confidence men and ad venturers, who fatten on his weakness. We have tried him for a year, and he has proved himself wanting. No one man is worth risking the loss of the country—and least of all, a President who has betrayed his trust and exults In bis work.” And such seems to be the feeling of all square Republicans in the East. No other President ever bad so small a following as the present occupant of the White House. THB California Legislature has adopted the following: Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring, that our Senators be instructed, and our Representatives in Congress re quested to use all proper means to se cure the recognition of the Diaz Gov ernment at the earliest day possible. Tmb St. Louis Globe-Democrat pre dicts that Senator Thurman will be the next Democratic candidate for the Presidency, and that General Grant will take up his residence in Washing ton on the 4th of March, 1881. EASTERN NEWS. YESTERDAY'S DISPATCHES. [SPBCIAL TO THB DAILY 8KNTINKL.) RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM. The Democrats of the Bouse Cutting Down Expendi tures. New Yohk. April 1. The Tribune’* Washington special nays : Executive officers find that the new Legislative bill, proposed l»y the House Appropriation Committee, will seriously cripple every branch of the public service. Iu some of Hie De partments the reduction of .'10 percent, of the clerical force, without discrim illation, is proposed. The Interior Do partment is most seriously sheeted, not even force enough being allowed to watch the building and to guard against fires, such as that which re cently so nearly destroyed the Pateut Office. rile new Register of the Treasury, Scofield, has arrived and been inler viewed. He will hold tbe position but a short time. He declared lie would not have any Cabinet position, lie thinks the President is stronger with the people than wnh politicians, and believes the Republicans will carry tlie State of Pennsylvania next fall. Harvey Hill has found a man whom he is w illing to hack lor any auionni from $.MH) to $1,000 to heat the time made by O’l-eary. NIGHT DISPATCHES. REPUBLICAN SENA TORS AGAINST HAVES. A Bouse Committee Wrest ling With Resump tion. SHERMAN’S SPITE TOWARD NEVADA MINERS. Washington. April 1. The caucus of Republican Senators Saturday resulted in no torinal action. R appears from views expressed by Senators that while they concede that the speech of Senator Howe, delivered a week ago, is mainly just in its stric tures on the course of the sdministra tion, they can see ho propriety in re calling pa-t events in Louisiana and elsewhere, and making a direct is-ue with Hie President, and they are also agreed that the so called civil service reform is a deception and a failure. They therefore think that Republicans should strive to strengthen the party irrespective of what the President may say or do, and they point to the late election in New Hampshire to show that it resulted in favor of the Repub licans apart Iroin any consideration connected with the administration. They are ol the opinion that it would he better to approve of such measures as they can in the future titan to op pose the past in his Southern concilia tion policy, and oilier measures which do not meet with Republican approv al; besides, to make an open issue wit ti tiio President, would benefit the Democratic party to the injury of the Republican party. They say they can do nothing, no mat ter what, independent of thecoiirso the President may think proper to pursue. At the same time they do not impute dishonesty 01 purpose to the 1 resident, and see some things in his admini-tra lion to approve, but they doubt the wisdom of much of his so called policy. As a committee of (Senators, appointed by a caucus heretolore, called on the President with regard to appointments, and failed to come to an undersiand ing. it is considered useless again to approach him in a similar way. as the President acts independently of Sena tnrial advice or conference. It is known that the President, on that occasion, regarded the call as a mere personal matter, and of no public interest, and therefore he was not disturbed. Under all the circumstances, the Republican Senators do not think it wise to take an active part against the President, but to do the most they can for tiie inier ests of their parly, remembering tliai the President lias three more years to serve. Jones, of Nevada, and Mitch ell were not present at the caucus. Conkling, Howe, Patterson and Con over were also absent. The House Hanking and Currency Committee requested Secretary Slier man to appear before them on the re sumption question at a special meet ing to be held to-day. Tiie purpose is to examine him very closely as to ids alleged ability to resume specie pay ments on llie first oi January next. Tiie anti resumption members of the Committee confidently assert they can break down bis testimony given he fore the Senate Finance Committee, and make him show by Ills own state ments and admissions that resumption is for the present hopeless. Other Committee members are equally con fident that the Secretary will prove more than a match for his interroga tories. A number of New York bank ers will also be heard during this week on the same subject. , Sherman says lie has made all ar rangements necessary for a full sup ply of what silver bullion lie may need in carrying out the provisions of tiie Silver bill, and that he has also se cured tiie lowest going rales without being obliged to have recourse to ttie Pacific slope. He also says lie takes especial pleasure in having been able to do this, because the owners of silver in Nevada, immediately on the pas sage of the Silver bill, put up the price of bullion higher than they were will ing previously to sell it lor shipment to Asia, even with the freight included from Die lull cost. tteuernl Crook’* Mission to Fort Halt. Omaha, April 1. Further inquiry concerning Ceneral Crook’s mission to Fort Hall, Idaho, elicits the following facts: The Han nock Indians, who are located at that post, behaved badly last (all, and men- ! aeed the peace of tlie settlement, so it was found necessary todisarm anddis- j mount them. Recently the Imlian Department gave orders i hat all their ponies should be sold, and the pro- , cceds used in the purchase of cattlv for the tribes. The redskins untied in a protest, and have shown an ugly spirit of late. They want their ponies, tint no bulls or cows; and they also want their arms restored to them, (ieneral (.'rook will inquire and see into their grievances, and lie will recommend w hat course should he pursued, and the Indian Bureau and military will act accordingly. Fatal Religions Quarrel. Looisviixe, Ky., April 1. A special from Versailles says : A religions quarrel took place four miles from here yesterday, between Will Seay and Simon Boswell, which re sulted in Boswell being killed with a duti. Seay tied, and lias not been cap tured. The Grasshopper Wins Another Mntrh. , MT. Louis, Aril 1. In a four handed game of billiards last night, Mlmetlcr and Gallagher against tS osson and Dion, the gHine was won liy the former in H(K) to fttiS. The best run was made by Sbaetler, 289. Rank Robbery In t’olorndo. Pueblo, April 1. The Rank of South Pueblo was en tered last night by masked ri libers, and the cashier gagged and obliged to open the sale. I hey took $5,U00. Js’o clue to llie robbers. FOREIGN NEWS. THU SITUATION UN CHANGED. Talk of War All Around. London, April 1. A correspondent of (lie limes re ports tlmt English merchant vessels at (ialatz have been ordered by their owners to sail immediately, even with out a cargo. General Zimmerman's corps lias been ordered to Moldavia immediately, A Belgiade special to the London Standard states that General Dako vilcli, commander of Ihe Drejevai/. brigade lias been arrested for high treason. Many other arrests are prob able. A London limes special from Ber I in. stales that Russia has informed Austria that she would observe a Irieiidly neutrality if Austria seized the western prov ioces of Turkey. Austria is not likely to accept tile oiler. Specials to-day say ihe t zar has or dered live hundred additional Krupp guns. An unimportant scrimmage is reported between l(u«siau and English sailors at sau Stefa no. Athens, April 1. A Turkish force, estimated hi 1,000, has stormed no insurgents p<»iu< u ou Mount l'eleon, and captured Moeerm aizt. The insurgents are intrenching in new positions. The losses were heavy on botli sides. Newsof anoiher battle is mometitaiiiy expected. All the Vienna correspondents ofthe London journals concur in the state ment that Gen. Ignatieir.s mission lias failed. It is learned on lair amhoriiy that nothing prevents the Russian from marching to the Bosphorus, and seizing hilts commanding the en trance to the Black sea. An Alliens dispaich says tierce lighting occurred at Macreui za he tw,eu tlie insurgents and Turks. (Sev eral Turkish ships are bombarding villages on tlie coast. The British ilou turret slop Devastation and the corvette Ruby, are cruising along tlie coast of Macedonia lor the purpose of resciiiug refugee women and chil dren. The London Times has the follow ing iroin Paris: A Belgrade lelegiam slates that Servia will join Rns-ia in the event of an Anglo-Kiissiaii war. PACIFIC ^OAST. A VARIETY OF BAY ITEMS. Louderback Will Make it Hot for Disturbers of Meetings. RESPECT TO THE LATE MARK HOPKINS. San Francisco, April 1, At a recent meeting at Flail’s Hall, held by iheNational Labor party. ihere w as some dt'tiii bam e, and Win. O’Con nell wes arrested. He was (mind guilty last week of disturbing a meet mg, and this morning was fined jOoO. In delault of payment he goes to jail for 2M)days. In lixing ill is,-uni Judge Luuderback said, whenever persons who go to public meetings, the objects and purposes of which they are not to syiupa'hy with, and purposely and wilfully create disturbances and III mulls, or purposely commit acts hav ing a tendency to create riots an,1 inter fere with the rights of the people to peacefully assemble and discuss ques lions of public interest, are brought into this Court and found guilty, they will receive severe punishment. The steamer Yrazu. formerly the Pelican,is still in port dying the dagol Costa Kiea, iSenor J. AL Tureen, Con sul for Costa Rica, died a protest with (lie Collector of the port holding the United States responsible for all dam ages resulting from any delay in the sailing of the steamer, caused by ttie action of the authorities. An order was issued by Collector Shannon, Sat unlay, to tlie Custom-house otllcials. to refuse clearing to the steamer until further orders. Ur. W. P. Conkling, alias I.enoix, was taken on the overland train to day by the Chief of Police of Quincy, Illi nois, where he is wanted on a charge of abortion and murder. George W. Abbott, tlie broker who absconded some weeks ago, defaulter to the amount of $50,000, was brought back under charge of the officers of the steamer Ueorgia, which arrived yesterday, and handed over to the au thortti-s The Pacific Mail steamer, City of Peking, sailed at noon to day for lloug Kong, via Yokohama. The weather is exceptionally warm and tine. To-day business is suspended at. the general offices of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, corner of Fourth Hiid I'ovin«elid streets, anil also at Him storehouses and machine shops of the company, out of respect to tnc late Mara Hopkins, wh *e funeral takes place to-dav at 2 p. M. from Calvary Church. Work at the freight sheds and on sidetracks will he suspended between the hours of 2 ami 3 o'clock this H ternoon, and there will he no inovemeiii on the roads under the con Ir*11 of the company, except regular trains. A delegation arrived from Sacramento at noon, and will return hv a special train this evening. The funeral will be at'ended . y large dele gations of employes of ihe -:„ni. I he film liner,#* veninra Prisoners. San Uukna Vkntuka, A piii 1. The prisoners charged with lliemur der of 1'. Wallace More, were arraigned at 10 o’clock ihis morning, Frank Gmahl, of Los Angeles, appearing as additional counsel lor the prosecution The Court room was densely crowded, hut it was noticeable that tlie neigh hors of the *oi'U*ed. who are settlers on the disputed ranch, were not pres ent. Prisoner Churchill), w ho is very sick, made his appearance in blankets. The prosecution insisted that the pri* oners should plead lo the charge, lo which lhedefeo.sedemurred.and pend ing tlie decision tlie prosecution sske#l for a continuance, as i lie witnesses were not yet present, lie thought the Sluts would lie ready ill four days. Alter considerable discussion, the Court ad journed I lie examination until Friday, the prosecution staling that it would really shorten the examination bv giv ing them lime lo digest and condense tlie evidence. The following letter was received this morning: Santa Paui.a, March .11. To Mr. Goodwin—itear Sir: I am convinced that there is a pint laid to assassina'e Brown, a More witness, either to-night or some time soon be fore t he trial can he had. Parties here are making desperate ellorts lo ma'ure a plan lor that purpo-e. Tlierelo e, put Brown on his guard immediately. I)esperate men are engaged in the un dertaking. Signed, Law andOrdkk, Colonel Goodwin I- Postmaster here, and there seems no ptrlicular reason why the letter should he addressed to him. Ample arrangements are being made to meet any such woik as :hi*. if a temp’ed. Colonel Keawan, who wa* asked to assist in tlie defense, is loo sick to attend. Joseph Howard, ol Los Angeles, who is counsel for the prosecution, will arrive to night. Items from Vallejo. Vallkjo, Cal.. April 1. It is reporte > that L B. L’Abor nailti, of Suisiin. and Baldwin and Sides are preparing to bring suit lo re cover one hundred feet ot tlie Consoli dated Virginia mine. Nicholas Malone, a na'iveof Ireland, aged 2(1 years, w;as drowned by the capsizing of a boat in the cut across the levee on Mientun Island Iasi week. Hie railroad people expect to drive their locomotive from Snisuu into Be nicia some time thi* week. NEVADA. A Fighting ('wiusturk Editor. VmoiNiA City, April 1. Last evening at a delisting club at National Guard Kali, s man named O'Brien denounced It K. McCarthy, ■ d the Kveiiing Chronicle, as a cow ardly cur fur refusing to putdish an explanation to the ell'ecl that the rum* tnunii ali'in wai of a | urely personal ■ a ore, and that a short summary of it had been puLli-dled. About four "’clock ibis Htlernonit the men met in 'root of the California Bank, and Me Cariliv administered a terrible healing to O'Bri-n. Both were powerful men. and a regular bout at tl-llcofl's took place in a sireit fight. which lasted ■ bout live minutes, during w liicti time O'Biien received aliout lltirty blows in the lace, lie showed light, mu the sti pe! ir skill ol his an'agonis' at boxing w»a ion much for him, and when lie gave up llie light lus face was hardly recognizable. McCarthy came out of the tight unhurt. The Omaha Herald sats: Demo crais in Congress may go wrong on the finances, but none can deny that they are making a steady tight for economy in tlie public expenditures. In this policy they are invariably and con sistently opposed by every represents 'Ive Republican and by a large major ity of tlie minority in the House of Representatives. Deacon Parkinson lias soured on the Caliiornia Legislature. During ilie winter lie drew “pen pictures” of tlie members, pnliiing eacti enthusiastical ly, hut now that they are about to ad journ, he says they are the biggest set of scamps outside of Sail Quentin. Consistency,good Deacon,consistency. Philadelphia Day: It will take three years to finish the revision of tlie Bible which is now being made by tlie American and British Committee. Un til then people must get to Heaven the best way they can with tlie old one. Mrs. Denison, says an exchange, lias made money out of “Thai litis liand of Mine” to purchase a Washing ton residence. It's not strange; many a woman lias made enough money out of that husband of hers to go into ail sorts of extravagances. MARRIED. Sun Francisco, March 27— William D. Sloan, of New Yors, io Ida, daughter of br. f. liiller. fonneriv of Virginia City, Nov. eassssns^ess—a—■——s—5 BORN. Eureka, Apiil 1—Wife of C. C. LivingMon, a daughter. DIED. Sigourney, Iowa, March 21-Allrod Bardic, formerly of Eureka. NEW TO-DA y. Notice To Miners. OEAI.FI) PI'OPOSA1 8 WILL BE RE ^ coived at the Hamburg mine until SAT URDAY, April tfih, at 2 o'clock p. m., lor extending Houth Drift, 10-foot level, two hundred (200) feet. Contractors will be re qu red to work eight (8) hour shifts. The Company will furnish all necessary supplies and do the hoistii g. The right to reject any or all bids is re served. J. C. PoWEMi,Superintendent. Eureka, April 1, I8<8. ap2td NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. mHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE I existing under the name and'tjleof the 4,Sin fan* Kee Company,” it* «hi« day di — solved by mutual consent. Gam Wing having inirchased the ent'te interest •'* Sam Kee, Chen Yet and M b Chen, a d will c ntinue the transaction of a general m- rchandising business at the same place, collect all d**bts, and pay all claims against said Co "n«nv. SAM K KB, CHEN YET. M A H CHEN, G \M WING. In presence of C J. Lansiwo. Eureka. Nevada, April 1, 1878. ap2*lur* N O C E ! Being anxious t * settle up my business, I re'pe'vfull v ask parties in debted t# me to p»iyth«ir accounts and save cost'*. 1 am alone responsible for debts, and I wish i*er«o s owing me to make payment to mo indiv idually. PATRICK HUSSEY. Ruby Hill, March 31st, 1878. ap2tf CHEAPER THAN EVER! New Spring Styles CLOTHING, -AT THK WHITE HODSE STORE! fPH E PUBLIC AKE REQUESTED TO 1 c«ll and examine the Goods and Price-, and ju 'go fur them'* Ives whether they are not w* rth all the money a.-k* d *or them. A. BB&WIN. Eure1 o, March 19.J878. mh20tf J. STRAUS, PIONEER Watchmaker and Jeweler! GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, E'e., always on hand, and for sale 2'» p«r cent, less than £an EranciMO whole ale prices. Watche? and Jewelry Repaired and War ranted. J. STRATS. Eureka. March H, 18T8. ml' 1 Irf T11E BOYS AM) BIKES WILL HAVE A GRAND MASQUERADE IB J&. At Bigelow’s I-Iu.ll, -ON TLESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2d, P7S. rirhtln, • - SI 30. MIPS NELLY WILSON. Knrrl. q. Mnnb ", I8DS. mb'■! til MILLINERY —AXD — DRESSMAKING! Mrs. r. ii. parkkr has removed her eatab'iahmont to the o rner of Bateman and Spring atre<»ta.and has ju»t re* ceived a now and extensive atock of FASHIONABLE MILLINERY! To which will t>© added from time to time all the newest style* of LADIES’ FURNISHING GOODS! •WThe attention of the ladies i* called to the elegant aolectiona on hand. Knreku. .fannarv <1. 1K«K. »31*'f E. It. DODGE, GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, EUREKA NEVADA. AGENT for the GIANT POWDER CO. IHT Ufliee oia Iliael III reel, opposite C'dd Fellows' li all. Eureka, February 21, 1878._f22?f ATTENTION. HOOKS! Til K MONTHLY MEETING of your Company takes place 1 TUESDAY EVENING, April 21, 1878, at 7-y o’clock. A full utieiiUuuco is i ALF. CIIAHT/a, President. Ed. Lkvkntiul Secretary. Kurwk a, -Vlareh 2i», 1878. mb30td NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. " riMIF. COPARTNK SHIP BETWEEN i Lansing .v Baily li .s been dissolved by mutual consent. C. J. LANSING. DaV. E. BAJLY. Eureka. Nev., March 1878.i. hSj NOTICE. During my tkmporaky absence in New Yoik, Mr. JULiUS LEASER will attend to my business. WM. W’EKMITH. Eureka. March 6, 1878. mh< tf NO*M C ET~ During my timporary absence in New York. ANDREW 1>. 11 ASKKLl. will attend to my business. , __ JOHN SllOENBAR, Eureka, March 2, 1878. mh8tf AMERICA'S GRAND NOVELTY! BIGELOW’S HALL! W(-<lue»4lHjr, Ttiurwlay, Frlrlny nii4l Mnlllr.liiy, April 3, 4. 5 i»imI 6, aii4l haliirilHj Matinee. rpH R JUSTLY CELEBRATED AND X great original MADAMS REXVTZ’S FEMALE MINSTRELS, A brilliant array of grace and beauty, pro* senting the finest Minstrel .weene over witnessed, 'i he dashing and peerless MABLE STANLEYS London Burlesque Troupe, Id the great sensation Burlesque entitled FEMALE FORTY THIEVES ! With a super b cast, delightful music, grace ful daeirg, splendid maicbos and rnagnitic nt co*tuii es augmented by a superior corps of >p. cmlty Artist®, forming together the mo»t marvelous and attractive entertainment in the world. Admission, 41 00; reserved seats, SI 50. For pt iculurs, and liat of arii*tsf see small b lls. Keserved seats secured three days in ad vance, at the I hi a ter. A S LKAVITT, Gen’l Agent. Eureka, March 2"»,lb78. mb2tt a4 SPECIAL_NOTICE! TO THE PUBLIC AT LARGE. Owing to bad health, I have finally determined to close my business in this place. I will sell from this date my entire stock, consisting of the best quality of Goods, at cost prices, ONLY FOR CASH. I invite the public to call on me and convince themselves of my veracity. I also request debtors to call and settle their accounts, and thereby avoid cost, and trouble. DAVE MANHEIM. Eure!**, Ner„ March 18, 1*78. mhlftf anBAT CLEARANCE! -AT MEYERS & FRANKLIN’S 1ITE ART PLEASEB TO INFORM M our lady and r»»ntl*Mn«n triond« that, in order to dispose of the balance of our FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF Dry Goods — AND—• C LOTHINC, We will from this (lateen sell our entire eteek AT CLOSING-OUT PRICES! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To those who can use Job Lota. Orders from the country promptly attend ed to. MEYEllS A FRANKLIN. Main street. Eureka. Eureka, February l'», 1878. flrt-tf BATHS! BATHS! REOPENING OF THE BATHING ROOMS ON SPRING STREET. 'IMIH ESTABLISHMENT HAS Jl’ST 1 *»een thoroughly overhauled and reno vatod, and i« now ready for business ON WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS, from 8 o’clock A. M. to 7 o’c’oek I*. M. Tho oest of Attention will bo given to those pat ronizing tho establishment. C. C. SPINK1*2. Eureka, March 18 1878. mbltttf FRANK ROBBINS, One Door above Wells, Fargo A Co**, EUREKA, NEVADA. I’romptnr**, Arrumcjr iind Moderate Charge*. »r P L * A 8 E CALL. "»« Eurok., March 18. 1878. mh!7 Rare Chance for Investment. ’OR SALE ! THE LOT AND HULKING NOW occupied tiy K<lt»i.’s mluur., on North Main .trout. Thia is one of _ tho iiH.t bu-inoss location, in Eureka. .1. 1 intend to close out alt of my business here, I offer this piopt-rly lor sale. For particulars, apply at the store. K. A1ANIIKIM. Eureka, March ID, 1878. uih'Alif Annual Meeting. rPHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING I of the Stockho ders of the Plieiii* Silver Mining 4'»ni|i>«aiy, for tho E la tion of a Board of Trustee*, to rerve lor the enduing y«ivr, and for such other business a> nifty properly c -me before the mooting, will beheld at the Office oi tho Company, Boom No. 49 Ne van a Block, No. HO# Montgomery strec*, Kan Francisco, California, on MON DAY, April 1st, 1878, at 1 o’clock p. h. mhl3td B. B. M 1 Noli, BecrcUry.