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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
TUESDAY .APRIL 12 !«81 •r« noni.KHEKur.K thekoith.' The above phrase, current among poli ticians in Washington, says the New York Mill (Republican|, expresses the essence of the scheme that has prevented the Senate from performing its only official duty—that of acting in its ex ecutive capacity. As the Democrats condensed their campaign against Garlic-Id and brought it to an ignominious end, by covering the sidewalks and gutters with “329” i balk marks, so the whole plot of which Mabone is the hero, is at" once described and damned by the phrase, “ToRid dlebergcr the South.” Ibe Republican party would be in a hopeless minority in half a dozen States now Republican, if there could be fas tened on it responsibility for the tactics which some Republican Senators, with a view to coercing the President, have practiced. A party soiled by a well-denned sup port of repudiators caunot continue in power in New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Indiana and New Hampshire. The Republican party, North, is a hundred times more iu peril from its own representatives in the Senate than the Democratic party, South, is from all the Mahones and Riddlebergers between the Potomac and Rio Grande. QITAXTRELL. Quantrell, the notorious Missouri guer rilla chieftain, about whose fate there has been some uncertainty, is said to have met his death during the war at a barn in Kentucky while on his way to Richmond. He had stopped at the barn to seek shelter from the ram when Ed. Terrill, at the head of forty-five Federal soldiers, charged the barn, and just as Quantrell was making his exit from the door he received two wounds. He died shortly after aud was buried in a Catholic graveyard at Louisville, Kentucky. STALWART!*)!. “ Puck ? carricatures the row between Conkling auil the Administration most strikingly. Conkling is represented as a mad bull trying to butt a flying loco motive off the track. President Car field, dressed as an engineer, stands in easy reach of the throttle-valve displaying a card on waich is inscribed the words : “to Iudependenceville direct—limited ex press. ” Conkling seems to stand in im minent danger of being smashed if he does not get out of the way. NOTHING FROM THE (SENATE. It is more than likely that yesterday - was a field day in the Senate. At the adjournment on Friday the indications seemed to point to a break in the dead lock on Monday. Therefore the failure of the telegraph to bring us a line from Washington on the subject is moat per plexing. But the fault is not with the Sentinel ; the omission is chargable to Mr. Simonton, of the east end, who as sumes to dish up the nows for the Asso ciated Press of the west. HARROW OAl'OE ROADS. Narrow gauge railroads, says an ex change, pay well on this coast. The little road between Colfax and Nevada City did very well last year. Its total earnings were $116,655 55, and its op erating expenses $74,487 43. This road is only 23 miles long, and does nothing but a local business. Its management is of the best. The company's bonds, amounting to $250,000, are first-class se curity, and sell at ten per cent above par. JVDOK ROREHTSOH. Robertson, whose appointment as Col lector of the Port of New York is so bitterly opposed by Conkling, has noti fied his friends in an emphatic manner that he will not consent to the with drawal of his name unless the President requests it. He says he will win this fight, as he is confident that two-thirds ’ of the Senate will vote to confirm him. PACIFIC COAST ADVICES. Books Opened for Ten Million Nix Per lent First Mortgage Land Brant Bonds. [Special to the Sentinel] Ban Fbancisco, April 11.—Subscription books were opened in London on Saturday and in New York and Nan Francisco to-day for $10,000,000 six per cent first mortgage land grant bonds, issued by the Atlantic A Pacific Railroad. From the Auglo Californian Bank, the San Francisco agency, it if learned that while probably a few of the bonds will be reserved for sale here, the bulk will he taken in London as soon as offered. A Railroad Disaster. San Fbancisco, April 11.—A dispatch from Redding, Cal., says: Thepasenger train on the Oregon Railroad, from Sacra mento, due last night, met with an acci dent about five miles below here, at a place called China Gulch. The whole train went over the treetle, and the engine and cars were a total wreck. The following named persons were killed and wounded: George Smith, engineer killed; Roger, fireman, killed; .Robert Johnson, messenger leg broken; Ben Kuhn, of San Franciaoo, b&dly bruised. Other train men are more or lees bruised. There were several passen gers in the rear car, but it did not go off the embankment, and they escaped. The cause of the accident waa a cloud burst, which raised the creek so high that it washed out the embankment. Bnetu, San Francisco, April 11.—Emile Lund heimer, traveling salesman for Flueheim Bros., of Shreveport, La., and President of the Louisiana Lodge I. 0. B. B. No. 107, committed suicide at the Baldwin Hotel yesterday by shooting himself. Letteia left by the deceased iml'-ate poverty as the cause of the suicide. Northern Belle’s Dividend. San Francisco, April 11.—Northern Belle deqjares a regular dividend of 60 cents and an extra dividend of 26 cents. Up They Do. The stock market is still booming. Sierra Nevada continues to be the king pin. But the whole line is showing strength. For particulars cousult the quotations else where. _ _ Too can always get a good cigar at the F, O. Cigar Stand. • EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. WIHDOM 8 DECISION ON MA TH RING U S. BONDS. SENATSR EDMUNDS CONSRATHIATED ON HIS RETURN TO THE SENATE. Mahone Appoints a Brother-in-Law of Gorham's. Sugar Importers' Suit Against Collector Merritt. SOCIETY CONVULSED OVER TWO DIVORCE SUITS. IMMENSE IMMIGRATION FROM KFROPE. ARRIVAL OF COLEMAN, THE FENIAN. ,'Special to the SexTixxL.i Washisotos, April 11.—Secretary Win dom's decision of mttnring United State* bonds ha* !«en completed, and is now being printed. A* soon as this is done it will be made public. Treasury officials de cline to gire indications as to the natareof the plan to be pursued. Senator Edmunds reappeared in the Senate to-diy, and received many con gratulations from his associates on both sidea of the Chamber npon his return from Florida in restored health. A Washington correspondent says Sena tor Mshone has appointed a brother-in law of George C. Gorham’s clerk to his I Xahone’s) Committee. A WMe-spread Desire for Emigra tion. New Yobe, April 11.—Nearly 10,000 Enropean emigrants arrived in New York last week, the greater portion of them Ger mans, many of whom are going South. The Memphis Appeal says: If 5,000,000 of Germans could be distributed through the South the advantages arising wottld be incalcnlable. There appears to be a lively demand for them in the fields and work-shops. The Sun says that this prom ises to be the greatest year for immigration ever known. The arrivals for tbs first quarter are far ahead of those for the corresponding period of 1880, and ^et the season when immigration is most active is only just approaching. The indications are that the number landed at Castle Garden for the whole year will equal 500, 000. In Germany there never before has been so ardent and wide-spread a de sire fur immigration as now, and the extra steamers have all their accommodations engaged far ahead. The Commercial Bul letin says there is an urgent demand for laborera just now from Colorado, New Mexico and Texas, where new railroad en terprises sre in progress. The Denver and Bio Grande road officials give notice that they have employment for 10,000 mento last one year, with a possibility of Tanning throngh two years. Chinamen, no doubt, would be accepted, but of even these there is a scarcity at present. S»f* Arrival of Patrick Coleman. New York, April 11.—The Times Bays that Patrick Coleman, the Fenian who is supposed to hare been engaged in the at tempt to blow up the Mansion House on the night of March 16, ia safe in the hands of his friends in this city. He arrived on the steamer Australia last evening, and landed at the pier at the foot of West Tenth street without any molestation and without recognition by any one except those who were instructed with the charge of bringing him safely from the steamer. The Fenian brotherhood made arrange ments to prevent a surprise, either on the steamer or the dock, and had there been a movement toward arresting the man, no doubt a bloody resistance would have been encounterod. He sauntered quietly down the gang plank of the steamer as soon as she was docked, and with a leading mem ber of the brotherhood on each side, be passed down West street a short distance and entered a bar-room, where all traces of him were lost. A Balt Against Collector Merritt. New Yobs, April. 11.—Trial of the case of W. 8. Weloh, sugar Importer, against Collector Merritt, began to-day in the United States Court before Judge Wallace and a jury. The suit is brought to recover several thousand dollars which plaintiff alleges was exacted from him in exoess of lawful duties on the importation of center fugal sugars from Cuba in August, 1879. It is a test suit, and hundreds of similar suits are dependent upon the result of this. Mormon' Hatters. New Yobk, April 11_The Times says: President Taylor, of the Mormon Church, assures our Balt Lake correspondent that he is one of the corner stones of the Mor mon faith, and oan’t and will not be re moved on any account whatever. Taylor is yet in the prime of life, and is likely to till his office for many years to' come. Therefore, whatever may be the secret dis satisfaction spread among the young mothers of the Mormon Church, it is not probable that there will be any movement against polygamy instituted by the Mor mons during the present generation. The Crew of the Bark Tiger In Die. •ress. New Yobk, April 11.—The steamer Nebo reports having met the bark Tiger, from Liverpool to Baltimore, seventy-seven days ont, short of provisions and the crew in a deplorable condition, having eaten nothing bnt strips of leather soaked in lamp oil for several days, and then ate the Captain’s dog. Two vessels passed several days be fore within a short distance, bat ignored them. The Nebo relieved them. Enamored or Essela Other’s Wife. Indianapolis, April 11.—German so ciety is convulsed over the divorce suits commenced by August Bichter, a former Street Commissioner, and Dr, Baumiller. Each is enamored of the other’s wife, and it is learned that a compromise has been effected to trade them—the Doctor to pay Bichter $1,000 to boot. Baumiller and Mrs. Bichter and her son have gone to St. Lonis together. The Female otarvatlsnlst. Iowa Citt, April 10.—Mise Denel still lives. She has grown weaker einoe morn ing, and is hardly able now to swallow water. Her pulse is very feeble, and the heat of her physician’s hand seems to her like fire. She is now so low that she pays no attention to matters going on about her. Tbs excitement of visits of strangers seems to have reduced her much. Her friends have the sympathy of the community. She begins the forty-seventh day of her feat to-day. Fire at ttea. Boston, April 10.—A dispatch from Highlandlight, Cape Cod, states that a vessel was seen on fire from that point at 7:30 P. M. Saturday bearing north about 10 miles, but owing to ths darkness her class could cot be discovered. She looked like a two-maated steamer, square rigged on fore mast. At 7:45 both maata were in flames, and at 8 she disappeared. Conkliug'M Mistake. Naw Yobk, April 11.—The Times says: In his contest with Garfield it is thought in Ohio that Conkling has driven from his support many leading Republicans who warmly sympathized with his aota while the Administration of Hayea waa in force. Contributions Tor Cblo. Nxw You, April 11_Thurlow Weed suggests the propriety and necessity of a subscription for tbe relief of tbe snffertrs in Ohio. Word begins the contribution with one of *500. OVER THE WATER. Dalian Emissaries Gone le the Frssl—The Bey IVreUte* Wot Is Co Operate with the I'reneli Troops— Tire Marauding Tribes t siimated at frsn l.'.OOO to 20.000 A Re ward for Rlsmarek's Letter to Lord Gran t itle—Je I la bolt's Inst Speech Aapkla Petrofsky Asks to Be Beall With Regardless of Her Sex-Whole Towns In Rains—The Condition of Lord Beaeonsfleld. (SpecUl to tbe Sv anvil..! Tests, April II.—Iulisn emitssries hsre gone to tbe frontier sod openly promise sid to the Italiin srtny. Tbe Bey decides to refnse to co-operate with the French troope, and it determined to act indepen dently on his own side of the frontier. Tbe Bey sent a protest to the foreign Consuls here, scenting France of riolating his rights, as well as those of the Porte and the friendly powers. Tbe Italian Government declined to accede to the request forwarded through its Consul st Tunis for the dis patch of a squadron to Tunisian waters. It is reported that the Turkish General, Hussein, who is residing in Italy and who is a declared enemy of France, has baen invited to come to Tunis. The strength of the marauding tribe is estimated at from 15,000 to 20,OW. Londox, April 11.-Hand bills are cir culated in London offering £300 reward to anybody bringing to the Social Democratic Club the letter that Prince Bismarck wrote to Lord Granville, Foreign Secretary, in structing the English Government to prose cute the Freiheit. Dcbli.v, April 11.—At a land meeting in Westport yesterday, a resolution was passed expressing regret that no better means for giving effect to the Land bill had been devised than the worthless, bro ken down machinery of the previous Land Act, and declaring that with snch ma chinery no Act could be successfully en forced for the benefit of the people. St. PETEBSBrno, April 11_The prisoner Jeliaboff, in a speech at the conclusion of the trial, asked as a favor that his last speech in his defense might be printed snd published word for word. Sophia Petrof skj asked that she be dealt with regardless of her sex. The prisoners received their sentence with perfect calmness and indif ference. Loxdov, April 11.—A correspondent at Ohio telegraphs that he has visited the southwest part of the island, and found Menito, a town of 2,000 inhabitants, and the villages of Monoster, Yivinos and Pbilatia, masses of rnins. Not a single house escsped. English and American physicians are assisting the survivors. The shocks of earthquake in Chio have ceased. It is believed that the nnmber of victims has been exaggerated. Loxnos, April 11.—Lord Beaconsfield had a favorable day yesterday,' and gained strength until. 8 o’clock in the evening, when he had an attack of spasmodic breath ing, hot his condition was not materially effected by the attack. At 1 o’clock this morning the condition of the sufferer showed do change. Loxdox, April 11—6 p. x—Be&eons field’a condition ia very critical, although the physicians have not abandoned hope. PIOCHE ITEMS. From the Record sf last Saturday. There was considerable talk in regard to the Raymond A Ely mine changing hands dnring the week. This property has not yet changed hands, bnt will probably do so before the expiration of April. There are now three parties down in San Fran cisco who are endeavoring to purchase the property, and of course the side that makes the best offer will secure the prize. The first bnllion shipped by Henry Ray mond from the new mill in Pahranagat Valley arrived here on Saturday, and was valued at $1,814 90. The parties who brought it report that there were several bars out when they left the mill, but they only brought a conple of bars as a sort of “ flyer.” Ur. Sharp, one of the managers of the Utah Southern, while in Silver Reef the other day, so states a letter, remarked that the company intended to extend tho rail road to Iron City daring the Summer, and that it was also their intention to build a branch line from some point along the road to Bnllionville. Frank Hight, a blacksmith by trade, and who was employed by the Raymond A Ely in 1878-4, and whose mind became de ranged and was taken to the Wood bridge Asylum, and afterwards discharged as cured, has again become Insane and bas been sent to the Napa Asylum from San Francisco. Senator Henderson returned home Son day night. Although he was not feeling well he appeared to be in splendid condi tion. He left for Hiko Thursday morn ing, where he goes to relieve Henry Ray mond of the charge of the mining prop erty in Pahranagat. The Indians predict that there will be a greater rainfall during the coming Bum mer than there has been for years, and that there will be an abundance of wild flowers and grass. A rumor comes from Utah that Jack Oilmer talks of puttiDg on a stage line from Pioche to the terminus of tbe Utah Southern. The members of the Miners' Union ar rested at Silver Reef have been convicted in the Court at Beaver of rioting. Tbe Mew Opium Law to be Tried. The Chinese Six Companies, says the Virginia Chronicle, have pooled their issues for the purpose of testing the con stitutionality of Nevada's new opium law. This law provides that the simple fact of a person having opium or an opium pipe in his or her possession shall constitute a misdemeanor, punishable by fine or im prisoment. With a view to beating this law, three attorneys have been retained by the powerful Chinese companies—two from California and one from Nevada. If neoes sary these attorneys will carry the esse to the 8upreme Court at Washington. It is understood that J. A. Stephens will repre sent Nevada in the legal trio. The reason the Six Companies are so bitterly opposed to the law is that if it holds good it will close one of their greatest sources of reve nue. The trade in opium gives enormous profits to these companies, who virtually have a monopoly of tbe trade, so fsr ss this coast is concerned. Block Bales. Daring the quarter ending March 81 there were sold in the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board 1,325,000 “hare* of stock in Comstock mines, and 1,279,618 shares in sll other mines. The quarter was the dullest seen in s long time. Oo early and seoure bargains at the San Franoiaco Clothing Store s _ DIED. In Cureka, April 11, Aaart* Halarls, a satire of Canada, aged <9. SEW TO-DAY. NOTICE. All persons holding any claims igiiut the UU firm of D. B. Imtuel A Co., which hare been adjusted and allowed by the undersigned, mult be presented for pay ment within thirty days from this date. H. BISHOP, M. R. CHAMBLIN. Assignees of D. B. Imuel A Co. Eureka. April 12,1881. ap!2td MISCELLANEOUS. ___ I Eureka Opera House FOR THREE NIGHTS ... 4xn EED.NESDAl MATINEE ! Commencing EASTER MONDAY. April 18. First Appearance in Eureka! THE WORLD-FAMED LIN6ARDS! ALICE D. LI.VGIRD, WM. HORACE LINGARD, And the entire Lingard Comedy Company, now playing to crowded houses at Baldwin's Theater, San Francisco. The Grand Jtew Comedy THE TUTOR! Now approaching ita 500th Night at the Cri terion Theater, London, under the title of “ BETSY! ” And now the rage in San Francisco, where it ia packing the Baldwin Theater. BETSY.ALICE LINOARD PLACID DAWKINS. WM. HORACE LINOARD Paul Becks.Charles Overt, n Dolly Becks (hit ton).Chorles M. Mabury Captain O'Manus..Fred Scnrrin Charles Aiken.L Paul Frinje.O. Weber James.E. Wilton Mrs. Paul Becks.Mira Wade Mrs. O Manus.Emma Cliefd-n Madame Poleskie.Clara Rainford Mary. Louise Adams Nellie.May Lor me Opinions of the Prew: London Times—One of the funniest come dies ever written. Daily Telegraph—Likely to ruu as long as “ Our Boys.” Seats have been booked four weeks in advance. Morning Post —Provoked more laughter than any comedy we have ever seen. The Standard- Has passed its 400th night and still crowded. Lloyd’s Weekly—The comedy has met with great suc cess and deservedly so. The Globe—If double calls before the curtain, shouts of laughter, and full houses for over a year go fur anything, the comedy la likely to run for another twelve month. San Francisco Call. March 23. IM'1—The new comedy “ The Tutor,” drew the largest and most fashionable house this reason. It in a perfect success, and a revival ot full h<U'Cs is the order of the day at Balduiu’a Theater. San Francisco Chronicle. March 23. 1881 — Baldwin's Theater is crowded. Liugsrd and his Company in “ The Tutor ” has Lit the pub lic taste. * ADMISSION : General Admission.9100 Reserved Heats. 1 AO PERFORH AH€'E BF.CIS8 AT 8. Secure Seats at the Opera House Eureka, April 9, 1881. aplOtd CHANGE _0F FIRM. Notice is hereby given that giuo lio Minoletti has purchased the interest, being one-tbird, of Cesare Belli, in the Union Saloon and Boarding House, on North Main street, Eureka ; also, his interest tn all wood ranches and other property in Eureka and White Pine counties. The business will here, after be conducted by Papa. Tatti A Minoletti, who will pay all bills against the late firm and collect all sums due the same. GruOLIO MINOLETTI, CESARE BELLI, Eureka, April 9,1881. aplO lm LOOKOUT! THI WILL KNOWN Bazaar AND EMPORIUM OF FASHION Hu Jut received from the But the First Invoiee of FINE CLOTHING ... .a.ho. ... GBits' Foroislii Goods! And are now going Weat to 8elect the Balance. THE BAZAAR WIU continue this Spring to Sou, aa usual, at UiprecedBitedlrLovPrices. FURTHER COMMENT UNNECESSARY, PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF. D. NATHAN, Proprietor "Bosear." J. COHN, Manager. Norsks. April«. 18(1. ipTtf RARE ATTRACTION Miss Vinnie Baldwin The Celebrated VOCALIST AND PIANIST LATELY FROM THE SIR FRM CISCO STAGE, AT THE TRUCKEE. Eureka, April T, 1881. tp8tf ROOM TO RENT. Alabqe, pleasant boom fob bent on reasonable terms. Inquire of Mra. withered. “CASUS BELLI.” Dry Goods War! -o Great Reductions M. J. FRANKLIN & Co.'s The larger part of our immense stock has now been placed on our shelves, and to it we invite the atten tion of the Ladies of Eureka. We boldly assert that no firm in the State can equal our advantages in buying Dry Goods, and we propose to MAKE THE ISSUE RIGHT HERE * We are in a position to sell Goods* cheaper than any one in the Interior, and we are determined to do so. From this date forward WE SHALL NOT BE UNDERSOLD, BUT WE SHALL UNDERSELL ANY ONE IN THE TRADE, And We herewith extend a special and general invita tion to every lady in Eureka, Ruby Hill and vicinity to call, and by personal inspection compare our prices with those of so-called “ cheap stores.” OUR PRICES IRE MARKED 191 PLAIN FIGURES ON EVERY ARTICLE, SO THAT “HE WHO RUNS MAY REID!" In making these sweeping reductions we wish it distinctly understood that we shall continue to main tain our reputation by keeping nothing but FIRST CLASS GOODS. We shall not resort to auction trash in order to attain our end, but shall offer a good arti cle at as low a price as is charged for a common one. M. J. FRANKLIN & CO., EUREKA, NEVADA. I AM HERE TO STAY I DON’T PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT OR 60 TO WOOD RIVER. I HAVE OPENED THE BED HOUSE Next door north of Oaseaux’e Butcher ahop, IIrHEBE I WILL BELL GOODS TO THE it Public of Eureka and vicinity cheaper than they have ever before been offered on the Baae Range, ae follows : A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF Groceries, Provisions. CANDIES, fttUITS, Cigars and Tobacco, Gents’ Furnishing Goods. Beit Patent Overall*, per pair $100 I also continue bn.lneea at THEOLDSTAND Veit door north of John Torre’. WITH A. rent ASSORTMENT OP CLOTH ISO, GROCERIES, POULTRY. PRO VIRIONS,, ETC., BTC. B. ALEXANDER. Proprietor Bed Home Foreke, April 1, 1881. epjtf FOR SALE CHEAP! FOR CA8H. Being desirous op lsaving ruby Hill for the Beat. I will diapote qf the following property cheep, for cub : Furnished House, Store, and Large Flre*Proof Cellar; also, Horse and Wagon. A eplendld location an tbe Central part of the Hill. J. HARTENHTEIE. Eurekt, April 8. 1MI. .pjtf GENUINE Singer Saving Machines. OFFICE~-Oue door north of Bartlett's whole* •ale liquor store. Main Streeet, Eureka, Nevada. Machines sold for Cash, or on Installments, and fully Guaranteed. ■ ■ i Repairs to ail machines bj competent work* «>■» •» •ones supplied. YEATEB * MITCHELL, Sunk*. Much II, 1M1, .pltf HOLDUP! Ranchers, Miners and Coal Burners! ■I *•£*•* Voiir UramrlM .||il ” _ at KKMP*M. 1«. MM. rohlfltf FOR SALE. The undersigned proposes to le»T« for th. North»rn Country .. noon u Sinins ofau, u>d will dl.po.. of hi. on*. ln ***• Ealace Hsloon St a bargain LUTHBB CLARK. DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Ahui mk, r«RRM or ■iirrii, sod Spring Stmts, contenting 6 Booms ; slso, Houis In the rrsr of stus. oootslolog 4 Booms ; lot 38sl(0. Will be told together or seperstely Also, s Furnished House contslnlng 8 Booms, hell end closets, presently locsted on Booth Spring Street, with Itrgs Wool.bed end Cel ler I lot 80x100. Will be sold on stsy terms, with or without Furniture. Apply to W. p. Btlekslmsn, st tbs WhIU Pin* Bank, or on the premia** Eureke. Jen 18,1881. JenlStf the choicest STOCK of LIQUOR8 In Town : Old Kentucky Bln* Oraaa. Old Ktalaeky Banrbou. Old Hninkjr Bye, and Old Vlrflala NtlinTIra, Old lx>ad«a Back Brandy, Blua Franck Skerry, Old Bari Wine. F.alra Holland Ola. Old Jamaica Bam, °**? LIQUORS for •Alt, 07 the bottle or gallon, at KEMP'S. SootL Kiln street. Eureka. al tf 2p FOR RE! ITT. THERUILD.NO ONE DOOR NORTH OF 4 International Hotel. It ta well r *‘i1.00?- b"b**' *bop ore imill •tore. For particular* apply to GEORGE W. WI1XIAM8, Builder Eureka. Fab. 11,188J, lab H-tf GRIFFIN A ANDRE, 8TOCK BROKERS Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WIUO, FARSO * BO.I BUILOINS. main street, eureka. Office hours from 8 o'clock a. m. to 8 r. m. Dr. Do La Matyr will go East about April IBth. All bills for profeaalonal services must be paid bo* fore that time. Kuraka, April I, 1881. apttf for sale. AOMW AND wood panel office Petition. Formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company. Inquire of the Wfimt PINE COUNTY BANE. Eureka, April 8,1881. ap9 lm FOR RF32STT. A CABIN, NBAS TBI CONSOLIDATED. Apply (o «P«tf ttEOROB EGLEBTON. FOR SALE. Two SHOW WINDOWS, AT A BARGAIN. pap be used in flre-proof building. En. quire at the Han Frauoisoo Olothlng Store. . mhMtf NOTI GET. All those indebted to h. kaysrr are requested to call and settle and avoid coat, aa all bills not paid by April 10,1881, will be given for collection. H. KAY8ER. Eureka, March 80,1881 mhSltd -MI8CEU.ANE0CB. fTTschneioer, fi DRUCCIST, | fAST Sl0t MAI" *trkt, third one, *0UTH OF CUR*. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS ACOCEATRLY pBEpAI!lD_ *• AT&A,??™a w DM e*moaT Drugs and Medicine,, -Promptly attended to * b*V' « *»•! Id., Perfumery, Toilet Jn^ "7 ira. F J schheidee, Eur*ka, Juup 14,JK8U ---- Jttall if CICAR STORE -AT JACK PERRY'S CORNER JAKE HARRIS, Propd^,, Imported and Domestic Cion Of cboloe bruit, the beet I, thr Tobaccos, Cl*«,c»t«., ^T>[< ArUcloa, Ei«. Kqrekm, September I. 187a. „ GOLDEN GATE SALOON aai BILLIARD Hill OPPOSITE E. & C, LUMBER TARO. JOMif m. McDaniels, prop-,. The bcii-diso is a sew brick larg» ^.qd comuiodieut; the b„u.^ FIRST-CUSS LIQUORS tDbdo drofiq. A“ lB’IUUc“ 11 ”>«»l«d to mil tl Eqrekm. September il. 1880. ,n.a ATTENTION! o™,Gj£jpH£,slrLpT,ov««>• J. McBirney and D. Manheim We vll. >c-ll ..or ituck 0f SEVER IL1IERCII1VDISE AT. CQ8T. All b.lle um.t the 4rm will be paid on pre. aentatlun, and all tboae Indebted to ne will pleaae ca^l and aetUa. thereby redding roet and trouble mhltlf_»rII8HT A MAEHKIM. Stop and Read! Extra Dry CruM end Granulated Sugar, by the baml.ltr per ft By the Half Barrel.It 1-Sr • ft* Cruabed Sugar. $1 00 • Iba Extra Dry Granulated Sugar... SI 00 • 1-2 fte Golden Gran Sugar §1 00 And all ut Groierle* and provisions In the same proportion. 1*0 R CASH ONLY 1 _ AT KEMP’S. *■ B. -I fan and Will Hell Sraeen Ire and Prwvlalown Cheaper than Any On* W ho Pajrn Beat ar Bar. rewn Xonep. H. B. KEMP. Enreka. March 15, 1881. mhlltf Household Furniture AT PRIVATE SALE. nnH* UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO 1 break up housekeeping offer* hi* House hold Furniture at private sale, which consists of the following: One Blue Enameled Bed room Bet, Spring Mattress and Feather Pil low*, one Child e Grib and Curled Hair M*t traae, Forty yards Bruaaela Carpet, Seventy flva yards Carpet Lining, on* Turkish Pillow Lounge, one Turkish Arm Chair, one Turkish (•mall; Chair, fire handsome Oil Ohromos, with gilt framea: alto, cabinet eiie, gilt framet; one Bewing Machine, one flue Alderman Cook ing Rang*, and utensils for the earns, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen Leaf-Table, Dining Chairs, Lamps, Parlor Steves, Oil Cloth Bugs for Stoves, four GlU-atrlpe Window Shades and Child's High Chair. The furniture isen tirely new. Enquire of A. OLIVER* Upholsterer for W. P. Haskell, or on th* prem* lees on Nob Hill, in th* rear of Sheriff ayUi reel dance. Eureka, March 12,1881. NEW STORE! New Goods ! MRS. H. E.CURRAN, Maser's Building. Main Street. Will open a Choice Btock of FANCY DRY GOODS, MILLINERY. I.adlee’ Mid Children', «u>. Trimming, rto-. ■AMCH 1, 1881. Millinery end FMhlonable DreMin.UNl In ell lie brenehee e Specialty. Eureka, Feb. 38, 1881. mt l1 l l: FIRE WARDENS, The citizens or the ■ted Town of Eureka Jereby ootlOad that r. O, GORMAN and JAMES ASHLEY the duly appointed and acting n„ men for eald Town, and are ex-offlclo Wardene In the Town of Eureka, and *” obeyed aaanch. No other pereon or p*r»»* have legal authority to act ae S'" and pereona attempting to eo will be 1 c-dedagalpat for “““^EW Ey“?L Sheriff of Eureke Coouty. Eureka, April «, MSI.__ SAFE! For 8ar« or Exchange. A FIRST-CLASS EIRE AND BCHOtAj ■A. proof Safe , «•«» J. J[|n l rault. Coat laid down, tf70 . 7"1Jri "or dry for oaah or exchange for *'oc„v,a ]m» good a. Apply at thla offloe. tcTletT dlemlaa, eltuated on »*ward« atreM^ old hoaplta). Thla place will be renteu to a reliable tenant. 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