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iCTEIrT': men IETESTII*. The Sestuisi. this morning commence* It* seventeenth volume. Its history is the history of the town and county of Eureka. It I* the oldest and most trustworthy Eemocratie paper in the State of Nevada. It has *lw*y* been true to the people, the eonntry and itself. It will ever run In the same groove. It never told a lie, public or private, in its life. It never will n. 1 ;r the pratent management. Ita religion is to tnat all men and all interest* alike. The Emmmel is thankful for past favor* and hopes to merit a continuance of the same. Kora, is not necessary to be said. iiTfBtiTieyii, It has been noticed that the English peo ple and authorities have cessed to feel any interest In providing for additionsl Inter national Eibibitions of industrial art in their own country, and the ' London Times” speaks of them as having become men bn#ine#a idvertiiiog contrivance#, m in I*ct they really are. The same thing may be said of all public compe'ilions, and they are so generally recognised as (hows of thing* that are for sale some where, that it requires s rest outlay of money to render them attractive and over come their advertising character. It is only in their influence upon the progress of manufactures thst these displays are really of value. Thus, the flrst World’* Fair in London convinced the Eoglish that they were lamentably inferior in the art* of design, and they applied themselves to the correction of this defect with so much energy, that at the next Exhibition their designs were found superior to the French. In all the Europoan show* the American displays were ingenious and useful, but meagre in extent, and especially in works of design snd ornament. There was there fore a real need for a grand effort, such as was made at Philadelphia in 1876, to demonstrate the true extent, variety and flnish of our art products. That having been folly and most effertnsllv done, it is not conceivable thst any additional laurels —n he gained by doing the same thing over again a few years afterward. Of course there will be a very large display, no matter how frequent these shows may be. Being important to bnsiness men, there are establishments that, as a rule, exhibit everywhere. But the device having grown familiar in Europe, we bad few visitors from there at the Centennial be yond th* interested parties. In the same way, the more frequent these displays be come here the less attractive gill they be to the domestic visitors. The tribute of Georgs C. Gorham, in the Carson ‘'Appeal” to the memory of U. B. Mighels, is among the finest things in the English language. It is by far the finest obituary notice ever published on this ooast. Better still, the subject of the excellent sketch deserved every word of it, and more. ■AIL MOTES. Carre at Topics Keporle.l from Al| Quarters. France is a greater wheat producing country than the United States. The exported fruits, dried, green and canned, in 1878, amounted to $1,477,000. In 80 years the silk industries of France advanced from $5,000,000 to $150,000,000. There were 619,007,004 gallons oj petro leum produced in the United States last year. The export of butter and cheese from the United States in 1873, amounted to $18,033,000. Borne writer remarks that it cost more to kill an Indian than it does to build a School-house. More than one-half of the population of the United States are directly engaged in agriculture. The Atlanta “ Constitution ” says : The people will have to decide in 1830 whether the war is over or not. The cheese and butter, in a single season, paid $1,000,000 transportation expenses on the sea, and $5,000,000 to the railroads. It was stated in the newspapers some time ago that the silk industry of Europe paid Japan $4,000,000 yearly for silk worms' eggs. The United States produces 350,000.000 pounds of cheese, and $1,000,000,000 pounds of butter yearly, worth $350,000. 000—more valuable than the cotton crop. Kentueky reports state that tobacoo plants are generally of a backward growth this year, and but little planting will be affected, even in the south counties of that State. The agricultural exports in 1878 were more than twice as large a< the manufac turing and all other exportsoombined, and the agricultural exports exceeded the en tire imports of the United States that year by mors than $50,000,000. California Gold Mines. Says the-Evening Bulletin:” Hardly •ne-tenth of the gold quartz ledgea of Cali fornia whieh are known to exist, are worked. Net one-flfth of the gold-beering gravel depot 1 la of California are worked. Tet the statistic* ehow that many of theae deposit* whieh have been worked have yielded more than >100,000 to the acre. It ■ a notable fact that vary few of tbe mining interveta of California figure on the Stock Board*. The great mine* of Grass Valley ar* never called. Great mines which hive cost millions to devslop and the dividends of which ire now ■wi lling over a million in «» aggregate, are not in the stock lute. Once a year something is heard of these mines in the snnnel reports; and of others nothing is heard beeanae they are not in corporated. and the three or four men who own them have no interest in maintaining a good degree of rwUcence. The unincor porated mines of California greatly ont Bumhar all tboae whioh have been Ineor porated. It i* well to bear these (sots iu mind. The deposits of precious metals in the somewhat ludeflnite territory designa ted as the Pacific Coast, have only been here and there explored. The pioneer can ao longer Uke out hit ounce in an hour with an old knife end a pan. It requires oapital now to open either s gravel or a quartz m ne. There ere millions of dol lars employed in these developments of whieh we beer nothing, and probably sever shall, unless some new quartz dis trict, like the Bodie or Lake, is discovered. Men who are taking gold oot of placer mine* at the rat* of a >100.000 an acre ■Mk ao pnblioity. They pocket the net nine, and at a later d«y, perhaps, the pub lic find out how A and B ate able to put up large blocks of buildings in some of the principle atreeta of the city. The Bodie '‘News'' says that tbe body of Wm. Dow, formerly of Gold Hill, wee fonnd on Friday morning within two miles of Castle Peak. Ho had started out on a prospecting expedition, got separated from his companions the evening before, end dud from fatigue end exposure. He wee About U yean of aft. eastern news. NIGHT DISPATCHES. I SPIU IAL TO TM «CB“ DA1I.T aMTtNXL.) The Inter-Oceanic Canal Congress. COMMENTS OF THE PRESS THEREON. •Oar MM» tnm «•»«< **• ■Mkr Haoktolai. Xrw Toaa, kfajr SI. Adaciaiooof tbs Inter-Oceanic Canal Oon (TM la unfavorably regarded by nearly thweli Sre city prraa, which thn morning devotca mnek apace to the subject. Tbe •Tribune 'says that Americana cannot be ..peeled to view with composure the re sulu Of the International A*nal Confirms, which has closed Its acaaions In Parla. Iheir engineers have baen employed at Intervals dur ing 30 years, exploring Central America, and surveying routes for an lliter-Oceanic 1111 a The rr*ult« of previ<*u» obspnrntlon* »nrt *ttr veya bare recently been revised by a Govern ment expedition, which, during three couaecn tire years, explored with Intelligence and per severance every line of communlc.tlon be tween tbe mi. What la the outcome of so much and such thorough work f In the Con gress wherein thirteen natloua are repre acotei, all dlatinctitaly American, the plana are voted down by an overwhelming majority, and tbe conclusion of the United State* dele gation. w.tu a Vice-Admiral *t it* tc*d. flip pantly brushed *»lde. The Napoleonic ttyae comes soon tb* *cene * quarter ef » century too late Where will he get the money for Ills canal ? Certainly It will not come from the United State*. The Snex Canal haa proved a financial failure, and naturally Frenchmen will be disinclined to Invest their aavinga in another canal project, although the tralflc is estimated at 6,000,000 tuna, and the net return* ... The ‘•Time*’’ says: It seems to us a candid amt disinterested judgment must see that the Congress has not decided the matter upon its merits, but in the interests of a special scheme, which had. control over its action from the first, an 1 consequently the result is not likely to command that confidence which ia abso lutely essential to the success of such s gigantic undertaking. . .... The ••Herald" says that nearly half the mem bers of the Congress were Frenchmen, many being Deputies in the Assembly, or Delegates from Chambers of Commerce in the great citiea of France. They are doubtless patriotic citi zens. shareholders in the 8uez Company, are exceptionable aa promoters of any enterprise purely French or purely European. There were alao present, as Delegates. Chinese, Portuguese. Swiss, Swcflinh and Norwegian diplomatists, who may be credited with the best intentions, but who might safely be trusted to cast their votes on the popular aide. It la invidious to enquire what right these gentlemen had to par ticipate in the selection of a canal route across America’s isthmus. The ••Bulletin" discredits the sincerity of the chief promoters of the plan adopted, and quotes from a Paris correspondent of the Lon don "World” the following: Certain drawing rooms of Paris are now perfect nests of stock lobbing intrigue on behalf of one of the pro jects which, though it may not result in a union of the t so oceans, may reasonably be ex pected to yield diamonds for a good many women, and sung offices for a good many meu. The idea makes a very strong appeal to patriotic sentiment There is a general feeling that it can be done, and that France might do it. The "Bulletin" thinks the canal demanded by American commercial Interests, in fact the pro posed water route through the Isthmus, must operate in its relations to the commerce of the Pacific, quite as effectively aa the Erie canal has operated on s smaller scale to restrain what would otherwise be all but absolute powers o f colossal railroad corporations. At the Jero.ne Park races, yesterday, there was s large attendance. It was a fine day for the opening of the spring meeting of the Jockey Club. The first race, a mile dash. Bramble won ; Una, second—time, 1:45V The second race, one and three-fourths miles, Louiavier won; Dancheff, second—time, 3:15V Third race, mile and three furlongs. Skylark won; balance all second—time, 337. Fourth race, three quarters of a mile; Anna Augusta won; Milan, second—time 1:19. Gentlemen riders, three quarters of a mile, Era*tus Corning won; Darn ley, second—time, 135 V A steeple chase closed the sport. Trouble won; Coronal, second— uuir, *>w. Governor Fremont, of Arizona, who ia here, yesterday furnished Minister Zatnacona, for transmission to the Mexican Govenuent, a full memoranda concerning his project for turning the waters of the Gulf of Mexico into the Colorado desert. 8enor Zamacona is mnch im pressed with the importance of the project, and assured the General to-day that he will earnest ly recommend the necessary consent and co oper jtion on the part of Mexico. V. m. L. Morrell, of Forty fourth street. South Brooklyn, quarreled last night with Wm. H. Albright, of No. 28 Governor street. New York, in an open car < f the Brooklyn City railroad. Morrell was knocked off the car and, falling on the rails, waa mangled horribly by tbe wheels of tbe motor He waa taken to his residence in a dying condition. Albright, and the Con ductor and Engineer were arrested. Tta« Great Walking Match. Chicago, May 31. The scores in the 75-bour walking match, at midnight, were: Dobler, 183; Banka, 175; Parry, 183; Crossland, 152; Sherry, 171; Dsua, 163; Good ban, 153; Burns, 151; all the rest were drawn. The race seems to be between Dobler and Parry, both being in good condition. Cross land ia about out of tbe race. PACIFIC COAST. [ SPECIAL ro THE EFBEKA DAILY 8ENTINEL.] CALI FOB MIA. Suicide of James D. Fay. A CASE OF BIGAHT. of Bank Stockhold.rs. San Francisco, May 31. Regarding the recent supposed suicide of James D. Fay, at Empire City, Oregon, the friends of the deceased in this city are loath to believe that deceased died by hia own hand. They state that Mr. Fay had made tome bitter enemies In Oregon by bis participation iu cer tain litigations, and that some lew years ago he was waylaid and nearly killed by two broth ers named Ish, one of whom he shot and dan gerously wounded. Since then threats have repeatedly been made against his lire. He was In Sprague’s saloon at the time, Mr. Sprague leaving Mr. Fay sitting alone in the saloon. Shortly after going out Mr. Sprague heard a pistol shot in the saloon, and run ning In found Mr. Fay still ait tin? in the chair with hia head tent for ward and blood flowing freely from a wound in hia right temple. His pistol was lying in his lap. with two ohambers empty, and looked as if juat discharged. He did not apeak or move after Mr. Sprague reached him. Mr. Fay was a member of the Masonic Lodge, and wi'l be buried by that Order at Marshfleld today. A telegram has been sent, requesting that the pistol be retaiued aa evidence. The surround ings are eo peculiar that it ia proposed to in stitute a thorough examination. D- Whaley, an attorney, was before the Police Court this morning on a charge of bat tery, committed on Ida Whaley, lu the former’s office, 381 Montgomery street. From the testi mony adduced.it eeema lifcely that a case of bigamy mu grow out of it, as the complainant ovew that &e ia married to Whaley. The lat ter denies The marriage, and WAa married to another lady about a month ago. The etockholdect of Mia Pacific Bank mat to day to ooualilar what couraa to pursue with Mia buslnaa* of the bank. ■ being liable to lie affected by the adoption of tha New Cooatitu tion. After soma diacuaaion it waa decided to poatpone any action on the enbject until after IS® W'alatura meet,, whan tha couraa of IS® SSSS.TS" *■* by tha character of the legislation enacted. PIULH' OPINION. *• *F *he Press ef the Fa else (east, a ancunu matt taad. From the Stock Exchange. A repraMttUtire of the “Exchange’' visited Vallejo the other day. and of forty employes of tha Navy Yard ha found thirly-niue walking •"«“»». town. *nJ°lrin* their otium cum dig* The fortieth one waa at work, but hiscompau i.?.,iUK®1,®d.,0C bJm b}' *UUn* *’’** ••Wp had juat bean docked and It waa abaolutely of'workfng'on her.' “**• »*»«>" DECORATION DAT. From the Virginia Chronicle. The day, with the brotherly feeling which it J100 **11 factor among the iuflu which will in time heal the bitterness of ttte feelings engendered by the war. It ia a Jjfot_»»dne*A, a day which brings bsck the memorise of strife, but It i. the dsy of peace And of reconciliation. y pemce SILVER Aa A LEGAL TENDER. From the Reno Gazette. elhrar^kimwTtn* *1 ‘h*.1»hema of a clique of > S!k.® •‘«h*y-«hroa canto’ worih 1 gLgy-Jy...1***1 ptactmaut. equal to on. I pold. when coined, ■ S^J**®*- hoatlUly to mmaa or mining I tar of if contain q duller a worth of ailvar, , foreign news. [trXCIAL TO THE irillA DAILT KTTIXKL. ] Double Eruptions Proceeding. RACES FOB THE GOLD CUP. ]|« m*le* Compulsion. Rome. May 31. The latent advices from Raodasio report new craters formed on tiie two slopes of Mount .Etna, and a double eruption is proceeding. The Aci, Beale, and Catauis road* are blocked, and considerable damage lias been done. Catania. May 31. Freab craters have opened ou Mount -Etna, endangering Iliancsville. Kandazzo and Cafttig Hone. Cloud* and ashes overhang Piedmont, which is in alint*»t total darkness. e London, May 31. In the race for the Gold Cup. Primrose and Parole ultimately led uutil fairly in line for the homestretch, when Primrose was beaten, and Parole getting the best of Alchemist, won clear lv by half a length. Primrose coming in a bad third. The value of the stakes was $4.‘2lK). The "Sportsman” says: With Parole’* vicU»ry for eign horse* may hid farewell to any allowance in weight for age cups. Antwerp. May 31. Bismarck's nets, inviting the cities of Ham burg and Bremen to surrender tbeir privilege* as free ports, and to associate themselves with the Imperial flsc.il system, is couched in such terms as to leave no choice between submission er a certainty of compulsion. London. May 31. The " Standard ” ha* information that the Chilian wooden vessel. Covadonga, waa not sunk ins fight off IqUique, as has been re ported. .... Orders have been telegraphed for the greater part of the British squadron to assemble ou the coasts of Chili and Peru. The men working on the hull of the steamer Pomerania, will blow open the doors of the mall room to-day, with the hope of recovering the treasure. BO KM. Virginia City, May 28—Wife of A. Bedew ill, twin eons. Gold Hill. May 29—Wife of Joseph King, a daughter. Reno, May i7—Wife of H. W. Minngh. a aon.^ KAif KIKI>._ Gold Hill, May 2S—John Brown to Miss Katie Paraona. NEW TO-DAY. MffBY MATT. F. M. HEITMAK. HENRY INAU & CO., PROPRIETORS OF SAN FRANCISCO BRSWERY, Corner of Main and Gold Streets. -o The premises are the largest in Eastern Nevada, and a new and well-ap pointed Saloon has been elegantly finished. The very beat brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Are provided. We have constantly on hand B i'l hJ At , By the barrel, keg, gallon and glass. Eureka. June 1,187D. jel-tf A NEW RESTAURANT. CHRISTIAN SCHNELLER WILL OPEN A RESTAURANT ON MAIN Street, next door to the Sacramento Market, where he will SERVE MEALS FOR 2 5 AND 50 CENTS. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. Everything will be kept in good order, and the best of Meals served. Eureka, May 31, 1879. jl-tf Notice of Dissolution. The copartnership heretofore existing between W. A. MONTGOMERY and J. R. w'ITHINGTON, under the Arm nmne of Montgomery 4 Withington. 1n the Butcher ing Busine#*, was this day dissolved by mu tual consent. W. A. Montgomery will settle all accounts sgainst the firm and collect all bills due the same. An immediate settlement of our business is requested. W. A. MONTGOMERY, J. R. WIlHiNGTON. Eureka, May 31,1879. jel-lm Attention, Hook a Ladder Company, No. I. rpHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING JL will be held at Justice Cromer's Court room, Bnel street, TO-MORROW (Monday) EVENING, June ‘2d. at 7* o'clock. A full at tendance is requested. • R. SADLER, President. Ed. Lkventhal. Secretary. Eureka, May 3', 1879. jel-lt WA3STTED. I WISH TO PURCHASE A CHEAPtf\_ pair of HUMMKM, and a ligbt^OV Wagon and Harness. Inquire at the Jackson House. B. F. THOMAS. Eureka, May 31, 1879. jel-lt District Court Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and for Eureka comity. State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends greeting to SING SING LONG. You are hereby required to appear In an ac tion commenced against you as defendant, by TSIT LUNG, as plaintiff, iu the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of Eureka, State cf Nevada, at the town at Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on tile with the clerk of said court, within ten days after the service on yon of this summons (exclusive of the day of ser vice), if served in said county, or twenty days if served out of said county, but within this District, and in all other cases forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover judg ment against you, the said defendant, for the sum of $716 00, as follows, to wit: The sum of $345 00 for money leut you by plaintiff, at your special instance aua request, between January 1st. 1879, and April 28th, 1879; the further sum of $80 for money lent you by one Ah Mow, on or about the 20th of February. 1879, at your in etance and request; the further sum of $100 paid, laid out and expended for you by one Quong Sing, at yonr speeial instance and re quest; the furthermore sum of $105, promised to be paid by you to one Men Fong, for the rent of a certain house in the town of Eureka, in •aid county, and for board furnished you by said Men Fong—all between the 1st day of Jan uary, A. D. 1879, ami the 28th day of April, 18X9; and for the further sum of $80. lent to you by one Ah Teing, at your speciul instance and request, between the 1st day of January, 1879, and the 28th day of April, 1879; all of which aaid four last mentioned claims were, before the commeuceiuent of this suit, duly assigued to this plaintiff, who is now the legal owner thereof. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear aud answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment against you by default for the aaid sum of $716 aforesaid, and costa of suit. X1S.V Ii Testimony Whebeof, I, E. R CSEAL ' Dodge, bare hereunto set my hand •«<* affixed the seal of aaid w 0 w Court thla 28th day of April, A.D. 1879. E. R. DODGE. Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Eureka county, Nevada. Attest; A true copy, MATTHEW KYLE. Sheriff. _ « F- Mason, Deputy Sheriff. Day. E. Baily, Attorney for Plaintiff. __jel-30d LOST T I DAVE EITHER SOLD. OR GIVEN AWAY. • Packing Box, containing two large FAMILY PICTURES, which, in unpacking the boxes, were overlooked by me. Any person having the pictures, and will return them to me, will be suitably rewarded. __ O. PUNKEL. Eureka, May 30. 1879. my3l NOTICE. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 8TOCK holdera of the Charter Tunnel d Minin* 4'ni«»|ft«ity will be held at their Office, on Main Street, three doois south of the turner House, on MONDAY, June 2u, 1879, at 2 o’clock f. m.. for the election of officers. WALTER BROOKS, Secretary, £ur*ka, May 29, 1879, Ioy30-td _ THIS SPACE Is Reserved -FOR LOOK OUT FOR A New Advertisement! TO- 3VX O H H O "W ! FRANK DOUTRICK & CO. Eureka, Mar 28. lk». uiy20-t/ Buel Street to the Front! Wo P. Haskell’s NEW STORE | IS NOi^J ON BUEL STREET, OPPOSITE PAXTON’S BANK. XT IS WET iT i STOCKED WITH FURNITURE, b*ns cm nuns, bib, glib VARNISHES, ETC. AS OUR EXPENSES ARE MUCH LESS THAN ON MAIN STREET, WE ARE ENABLED TO SELL GOODS AT LESS RATES ! WE ARE ALSO PREPARED TO ATTEND TO TJNDBRTAK.I3VC3-, Haring new and experienced men to attend to tbe buaineaj. W. P. HASKELL. Eureka. May 30. 1879. nrijSl tf ATTENTION, EVERYBODY! £ ■ - . • • - . :'. H W. H. CL ARK, AT HIS TWO-STORY STONE STORE, Corner of Clark anil Main Street*. Enrelta, Nvvnt'in, HAS ON HAND THE LARGEST STOCK OF FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, Of every description. Also, a full line of ' All Kinds or Hardware and Mining Material. Also, the most extensive stock of GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS! In the market, the whole line of which is now being offered At Prices Never Before Equaled. I invite the attention of all parties desirous of getting the value of their money. I will make it to Advantage of Every Family TO BUY THEIR SUPPLIES FROM ME. I HAVE NOTHING BUT First-class Goods, WARRANTED TO SUIT. tGTAll goods delivered promptly, free of charge, no matter how large or small the quantities. § ■ i H • G a* * w >a H* o 0 0 m f¥ o * o M DON’T FORGET THE PLACE! T H E OLD STAND ON THE CORNER! Eureka, May 18,1871, »y».tf 0. OUNKEL & CO, Comer of .Main A 4'lark Kfreef*. DRY GOODS ! CLOTHBNC! BOOTS AND SHOES! HP.O TO INFORM THE PCBUC AND their patrons that they THE! WILL CLOSE OLT Till lit ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING CLOTHING AT COST! For Cash Only, Eureka, May 2.3. 187D. my24tf The Best and Largest AND THE MOST VARIED STOCK BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY! Etc., to be found in Nevada, can be bad at SMITH & CAMUS'S, In the Poatoflire iiullillna:. Merchant*, Lawyers. Accountants, Every body, can be auppited with everything in the atatiomry line, and can have their ruivrixu done at dantkh.n Fititrs. Call and examine our stock, and Jearn our prices. SMITH k CANAVAN. Eureka, May 27, 1879. iny28-tf. Auction ail emission BUSINESS i THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED to do a general Auction & Commission Business. Sales of Real Estate, Horses and Household Furniture, A SPECIALTY. mr Office at JACK PERRY'S CORNER. JAM EH C. DEAN, Auctioneer. Eureka, May 2% 1H79. iuy29-tf Attention, I. O. R. M. The members or winnempcca tribe. No. H, I. o. of U. M., art* requested to moot at Odd Fellows* Hall, at iWj o'clock r.M.. on SUNDAY, .'nn« 1st. Business in the Initiatory, Ilunlcr and Warrior Decrees is to l>e done Absentees will have to abide l.y the cunae queueca. By order of It. M. BHATTY, Sachem. Max Jarona, C. H. Eureka, May 5!). 1878. mydO-td DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. GOOD NEWS TO THE PUBLIC I NEVER!! & FRANKLIN Have ji’ht received their immense importations or ( Sprint? and Summer DRY GOODS -A*D CLOTHiijra, Which they offer AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I As they have bought their atock for caah, at thw recent depression and failures of the wholesale Dry Goods Trade in Sbu Francisco. We have made up or.r mind NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD, And will always give more value for the money than any other Arm in Eureka. We have received AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT of the latest styles of Silks, Dress Goods, Grenadines. Piques. I,awns, and many other fabric*, which we offer AS Wlicleaale Flgiirfa! Also. Ladles' and Children's TRIMMED HATH, DREH8E8 and WRAPPERS, of all de acriptions, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, etc. 01 FANCY GOODS, * Laces, Embroideries, Corset*. Glove* and MU Hurry Goods Cannot Be Excelled. We have the latest styles of Lndi**’ French KII> KLIPPEIlS and BHOEfi, which we sell very low. Ol’R GENTS' AND BOYS’ CLOTHING -AND Furnishing Goods, Aisd Hats and Caps sre the largest and beaiae lreted stock* this side of Ssn Francisco, and we will sell them at prices witblu the reach of everybody. We Mean nualueaa, and Defy Com* petition ! IFWf will taVe especial patna to fill all country order* sent us, promptly and correctly. MEYERS & FRANKLIN, AG3NTS f->r Milnif Peiuorfat’a Keif* able I'ntleriia, tfto latest of which have j just been received. Eureka, April lfi. 1*79. apl7-tf AUCTION SALE! REAL ESTATE, IX riREK.1 AXD RIR V IIII. I,. A NEW BUILDING, la NtnioHii. 20*40, including the lot, 3f>*!C0 feet; also, the Building and Lot, The Building being 15*30, and the lot 6r.*C0. adjoining the City Brewery, On Rubv Hill. —ALHO— TWO CAEINS AND LOTS Near Harrnb'a Stable, in Eureka. 07*A!no, a new Buggy. Bed-mem Set. Bed Lounge, and Onukiug Stove, with all the fii turca complete. All of !he above property will be aold to the highest bidder, for caah. The rale of the Ruby Hill property will take place On the Premises, On Thursday, June 5th, 1879, And that in Eureka on Friday, June 6th, At the aame hour. The property la owned by WM. PIDLINtf MAYER, who will give a perfect title. J. B. KEEN. Auctioneer. Eureka, May 21, 1879. uiy'iH-td J.F.SCHNEIDER Has Again Oponed His 13 DRUG STORK,g At Hie Old tttnnd on Matin Klreel, Second door north of Joe Mend**' Saloon, J AM PREPARED TO PUT UP PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, AND ORDERS FOR Drugs and Medicines, At ,11 hour* of the <l,y or night. 2 ,l,o h.ve a full line of PERFUMERY, Toilet Article*. Hair Brn*hc*. Tooth Brnahe*. Kail Drvahea, Ktc.. And in fart everything naually found fn , flret cl&NM Drug Mure. F. 1. SCHXEIDElt. Euit.li,. May *4.1H7». wy'ift-tf THEY SAID HE COULD NOT DO IT! What Will They Say Now ? rpABT.E Fnrrr, Font cans fob *i; 1 Five-pound cann of Lard 7ft cento; Ten-pound cana of Lanl. $1 60; Gilt-edge Rutter, per roll. 76 cento: Will fill a SO-cent Pickle Bottle for M cents. Everything else in proportion—Wine Vine, gar. Maple Sugar, Liiuberger Cheeee, Holland Herring, etc., at the LITTLE STORE AROUND THE CORNER. Eureka. May 14, 1879. mylft-tf fob sale. ONE NO. 8 BUCK COOKING STOVE. IN. cUidlntf pip* *n<1 fixtures, will be acid at m bargain. Also, one Cupboard. Extern-ion Table, Dioheft, ami a full act of Kitchen Utenaila, all aa good as new. For particulars, apply to * W. WILLOUGHBY. Over DunkeDa Store^ Eureka, May \6,1879. giyKMf