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Eureka 0ailtJ Sentinel.
WEDNESDAY.JUNE 29, 1881.
BlftMAIU'H'M APPEAL.
Bismarck has been doing his utmost to
prevent the introduction of many foreign
products, and he has dosed the German
markets to important articles of Ameri
can exj*orts. lie now appeals to the
farmers of the empire, who, he says, con
stitute the majority of the population of
Germany, to combine for the election of
such representatives as are resolved to
protect and advance German labor and
production. The flight of Emperor Wil
liam's subjects to the United States has
alarmed the Prince, and ho has exerted .
his great strength to check the progress j
of the exodus. The gigantic burden of
the German army is crushing the indus
tries of the empire, and Bismarck is de
vising schemes to give the laboring man
relief. Protection is bis favorite device.
}Te would prohibit the introduction of
such American products as conic in com
petition with those of Germany, ami
thus he would increase both the demand
and thy price of domestic products. If
he iuduf es the farmers to elect represen
tatives who will assist him in his schemes,
lie hopes to remove the discontent of the
people and increase the prosperity of the
empire.
But can he thus close the gates of Ger
many, so that Emperor William’s sub
jects will cease to come to us, and so that
our products will cease to go to them ?
It is impossible for the nation which sup- ]
port vast and expensive armies and have
a poorer soil than ours, to successfully
compete with this Republic. It is sig
nificant that in England there is a popu
lar clamor for protection. The nations of
Europe are devising means to overcome
the powerful competition of American
production, and that fact is one of the
most conspicuous indications of the rapid
progress of the United States in the rank
of nations. Bismarck’s appeal to the
fanners for their assistance in protecting
German labor and production is a virtual
confession that America is becoming so
prosperous and strong that Germany fears
her. It is unmistakable evidence that,
unless powerful European nations can
adopt measures to check movements now
in progress, their importance and popula
tion will decrease, while their loss will
be the gain of the United States. Bis
marck is wise and powerful, but even he
cannot devise measures to prevent the
exodus of Germans to the United
States, or to long prohibit the introduc
tion of American bread and meat in the
markets of Germany. .
TIIK UUAVI> HOIXE.
The Republicans have gone into the
wholesale bounce business. They began
with Conkliug and Platt. Next it was
Bradley. Now it is Tuthili andStrahau.
Grant is ordered off for repairs. And
what remains of the splendid brigade of
Ihreo hundred and six who stood a whole
week in the breach at Chicago a year
ago, with the army corps to which it
belonged, is to be mustered out of ser
vice? Republican bounce is good—for
the Democrats.
“MAS GOT LOOSE.’*
The Detroit Free Press states that
“while the circus with ‘the most beauti
ful woman iu America’ was parading
through Chicago, the other day, the ab
surd cry was raised by a practical joker,
‘ The $10,000 beauty has 'got loose !’
The crowd ran in every direction. Some
women fainted, and one was thrown
through a window, nearly killing a tele
graph operator.” Those who have seen
“the most beautiful” think the people
were justified in being panic-stricken.
WHEl'KINfi THE PARTY.
The Milwaukee Sentinel (Republican)
says that “the course of Garfield, Arthur
aud Robertson, all three, in this con
temptible squabble over the New York
spoils is thoroughly scandalous and dis
graceful.” It believes that if the Presi
dent should continue to conduct the
public service upon the low plane to
which he has degraded it in this business,
he will wreck his Administration and
destroy the Republican party.
ELIGIBILITY OF WOMAN.
Gambetta, the great Liberal leader
and statesman of France, is a firm be
liever in the eligibility of woman as a
teacher. He declares himself convinced
that in the educational work of the
future the women of France will houor
ably bear their share as soon as the legis
lation of the country enables them to
assert their competency and authority.
LATEST CUITEHIOM.
The Princess of Wales is the latest
criterion on feminine dress. In England
her every idea is zealously followed.
Fortunately she is not a very capricious
monarch, and her taste in dress inclines
towards subdued yet elegant effects.
INNOCENT (i'NSKS.
The Albany Grand Jury has begnn
operations against some of the men who
are generally believed to have committed
bribery times without number. But
they were so innocent that they did not
even know what bribery meant.
TIILUMAN.
Ohio Democrats hope to prevail on
Thurman to be their candidate for Gov
ernor; say be is young enough for them;
insist that he is just the boy to beat
Calico Charley; in fact are quite deter
mined to nominate him anyway.
NO EXCEPTION.
Governor Seymour does not admire
Mr. Depew as a Senatorial candidate,
and says of President Garfield: “I have
very little faith in men who quit preach
ing for politics, and General Garfield is
no exception to the rule.”
ESCAPE ItMWMlNU.
In order to escape drowning, according
to Henry McCormick, you have only to
tread water when you are beyond your
depth, and float trben you are tired.
Mr. Conkliug will be grateful for the
EASTERN INTELLIGENCE.
A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT ON A
MEXICAN RAILROAD.
197 Soldiers and Seventeen Officers
Killed.
ONLY SIXTY PERSONS SAVE
THEIR LIVES.
ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE MAY PARTY
AND PIUTE INDIANS.
TROOPS ORDERED FROM FT.
OAKLAND.
Twelve Indictment* Found by the
Albany Grand Jury.
A Host of (and I (late* Tor the
Speakership.
Prof. Klein the Discoverer of the
Present Planot.
f Special to tho Sf.xtixelI
City qf Mexico, June 28.—A horrible
accident t60K place'on the Moreles Rail
road on Thursday night at 11 o’clock. A
provisional bridge fell down while a train
drawn by two engines was passing over it,
and the ears and engines tnmblod down
the precipice. The tiro in tho engines
caused a general conflagration, to which
100 barrels of brandy added their heat.
The dead numbered 197 soldiers and 17
oflicers—not including tho railroad officers
or the wives and children of the soldiers.
Forty persons were more or less injured.
Only about GO were saved. The Secretary
of Public Works, and the military physi
cians departed on Saturday for the scene
of the disaster. Another account says
that the list of 17 oflicers and 197 privates
does not include tho railroad officials and
employes, or the women and children of
the soldiers. Only GO persona in all are
saved—of these 40 are more or less injured.
For a momait after the plunge of the cars
from the bridge all was darkness. Sud
denly 100 barrels of brandy, which was
loaded on the cars, took lire, and the burn
ing fluid inundated the mass of passengers
struggling in the ruins. Only a few who
were not disabled or helplessly wedged
in the timbers escaped. The dead and
dying were wrapped in a sheet of flame,
and were slowly burned before the eyes
of the survivors, who were unable to save
them.
Kugngemeut Between Whites and
Piute Isa'linns,
Lake City (Col.), June 28.—The follow
ing dispatch, dated Contentment, on the
Uueomp&gkre, Col., says: A courier just
arrived from Sierra La Sal Mountains, in
Utah, reports an engagement between the
May party of ranchmen and a band of Pi
ute iudians, who bad in tbeir possession
200 head of horses which they had stolen
from the settlers. One of the May party,
named Eskridge, killed four Indians with
a 45-calibre revolver. The whites lost four
men killed. Reinforcements from Rico,
Colorado, are on the way to join May.
Everything is quiet at this point. General
McKenzie, with sir companies of cavalry,
is encamped near this place, and seven
companies of infantry have been ordered
to this point from Fort Garland.
The Stewart Grave Robbers.
New York, June 27.—The Star tays:
We publish this morning another portion
of the remarkable story of the search for
the Stewart grave robbers. It covers the
tracing of Mike Kelly to the west; the ne
gotiatinns conducted by the thieves through
Gen. Patrick II. Jones with the represent
atives of Judge Hilton, embracing numer
ous interviews, which it appeared that sev.
era! prominent persons were connected with;
the efforts for its recovery, snd the travels
of the body from New Jersey to an am
batmen, thence to Montreal, in care of the
woman in black, and a year afterward to a
secret place of deposit near Mount Vernon,
Westchester county.
Chances of an Election.
Albany, June 27.—There is a general
impression that an election will take place
this week. Combinations are more talked
of than heretofore by the returning legis
lators. The Democrats are making the
most of the point that there was no legal
ballot on Saturday, and that an election by
Ibis Legislature will therefore be vitiated.
It is believed that some of the Conkling
ites are in league with the Republicans.
They say that if the Demoorats attend the
joint convention it is proof that they con
sider that an election would be valid. The
recent Pennsylvania election is also cited as
refuting this theory.
A Bavlaber Captured.
Jefferson City, June 28.—Mrs. Caro
lina Bohmann, the wife of a German
farmer, living seven miles west of here,
was overtaken on the road some distance
from her house, yesterday afternoon, by
John llarker, a section hand of the Mis
souri Pacific railroad, and was brutally
ravished by him. He retained his victim
two hours, when she escaped from him
and returned home. Her husband imme
diately collected a party of neighbors, who
started out and captured Harker, while at
work with his gang. They bound him
hand and foot and brought him to Jeffer
son City, where he now lies in jail.
Tbs Speakership of tbe House.
Washington, Jane 28.—Congressman
Kleffer is here looking after his prospects
for the Speakership of the House. Ho is
backed by Ohio influence and the favor of
the Administration. It is stated, however,
that the I'resideut will not even intimate a
preference. ICasson, Hiscock, Robinson of
New York, Barrows, Hahbell, Reed, and
others are^also named for the Speakership,
All bavwanore or less support. Stalwart
ism will not figure. Cox, Randtll and
Blackburn are the Democratio aspirants.
Sew Comet Discoveries.
Washington, June 27.—French papers
have a dispatch from the Emperor of Bra
zil, dated May 29, announcing the discov
ery of a comet, which date was two days
before Dr. Gould's alleged discovery. Tbis
message baa not heretofore been published.
George Semins telegraphs that be discov
ered it while camping in Mexico on the 20th
ultimo.
A right With Horns Thieves.
New Yonx, June 28.—A special from
Texas says a number of the Lallallier
County horse thieves were overtaken at
Fordillo yesterday by citizens, and a fierce
fight ensued. The thieves, being woreted,
retreated, leaving one killed and one seri
ously wounded.
Mining Share Transactions.
New Yoke, June 28.—The Pott’i finan
cial article says: Transactions at the Min
ing Exchange during last week amounted
to 759,389 share*. The speculations are
chiefly confined to low-prioed stocks, or
unproductive or worthies! mines.
A Saloon Brawl.
Richmond, Jnne 28.—Drnnken whites
snd blacks quarreled in a saloon last
night. Bill Hackney, a negro, was fatally
hart by being beaten on the head and
thrown 15 feat to tha ground. Ssveral
others were hnrt aerionaly.
Two Paramours Shot.
Philadelphia, Jnne 28.—Qeo. Hillyer
shot bis wife’s intimate friend, Walter
Fink, last night. James Corley ahot his
wife and her paramour, Daniil Dunn
herty, about the same time.
Discovery of the Present Planet.
LoriBvitLE, Juno 28.—Professor Klein
of Hartfori, Ky., claims that he discovered
the preseil comet last September, and
brings lettyrs to prove it. He says it is
the comet«! 1873.
Twelve Indictments Found.
Albany, June 28.—The Grand Jury has
presented twelve indictments. The names
are unknown.
OVER THE WATER.
The Proclamation or Waterford—
A Cowardly Abuse or the Power*
Granted the Government—Bitter
Personal Attacks on the Chief
Necretary—The J.anil Bill to Have
Preference Over Other Bnsliicsa
Trial of Persons Charged with llie
Murder of Atclnl Axis—Exhibition
of a Flying Machine.
[Special to the Bentinel.I
London, June 29.—In the House of
Commons yesterday, in consequence of
the answer of the Chief Secretary for Ire
land, in regard to the proclamation of
Waterford, O’Donnoll (Home Rule mem
ber from Dnng&rvana) moved an adjourn
ment of the House. An Irish member de
nounced the proclamation as unjust, and
as a cowardly abuse of the powers granted
the Government. Several Irish members
made bitter personal attacks on the Chief
Secretary. Healey said the reason of the
proclamation of Waterford was that the
Duke of Devonshire owned 30,000 acres of
land in the couuty, and it was desired to
enable his agents to impair troublesome
persons. Another speaker described Fors
ter a brnmetagen c&stler&ugh. Parnell
said that Forster had persevered in a
shameless course. The debate occupied an
hour. The motion was rejected, 35 to 28.
Gladstone gavo notice that he would to
morrow (Wednesday) move that the sev
eral stages of the Land Bill shall havo
preference over other business, until the
House shall otherwise decide.
Constantinople, June 28.—The trial of
the persons charged with the murder of
Abdul Azis commenced to-day. Nomi
Pasha admitted having ordered Abdul
Azis to be put to death by command of a
Commission, composed of Midhat, Ruthdi
and Mahmoud Pasha. Midhat, in a long
speech, denied the existence of any such
Commissiou, and maintained that Abdul
Azis committed suicide. He expressed re
gret that he had taken refuge at the French
Consulate in Smyrna. Witnesses were
then examined to prove that Abdul Azis
was murdered.
Ottawa, June 28.—Ex-Alderman Clancy
of this city gave an exhibition to-day, in
the presence of thousands of spectators of
a recently invented flying machine, which
is worked by a crank and has wings.
Starting from Stoune’a Church, he man
aged to keep in the air at the average
hight of 12 feet for a quarter of & mile.
The exhibition created excitement, and the
inventor is proud of his success and boaBts.
that he will be able shortly to accomplish
all desired results. He promised to lly
across Ottawa River on Dominion Day,
from the tower of Parliament building.
Clancy has been for 30 years at his ma
chine, which he will have patented.
PACIFIC COAST ADVICES.
CALIFORNIA.
A Notorious Safe 4'rarksmau Caught
—Assessment on L'tah—Kale ol the
Wrecked Nhlp Franconia*-Fear
ing a Volcanic Outbreak.
[Special to the Sentinel.I
San Francisco, June 28.—Last night
the notorious safe-cracker, Jimmy Hope,
was captured by the police while attempt
ing to rob the bank of Berton A Co.
Hope and his pal had hired rooms over
the bank, cut through the floor to the
roof of the vault, and had got nearly
through that when discovered. The other
burglar escaped over the roofs of the ad
joining buildings.
Utah levies an assessment of $2.
The wrecked ship Franconia was sold at
auction to-day for $350. Au attempt will
be made by the underwriters to save a
portion of the cargo.
A San Rafael dispatch says that the
people are agitated over the appearance of
•moke and sparks from the summit of
Mount Tamalpais, fearing a volcanic out
break. The appearance probably pro
ceeds from a brush fire on the summit.
San Fbancisco, June 20.—A Jackson,
Amador county, dispatch says: About 3
o’clock Satuiday morning Ezra De Yarmo
was murdered in a (trass Valley hydraulio
mining claim, near Volcano. lie was
watchman on the claim, being armed with
a shotgun. The body was lound lying in
the sluices, penetrated by two balls, both
barrels of hit gun were discharged. The
robbers cleaned up aoqr.eeixty feet of boxes.
How much amalgam they obtained ie un
known. Four men have been arrested on
suspicion,
San Francisco, June 28.—A Tucson
dispatch saps: I,. Zickendorf's powder
house, containing two car-loads of English
gun cotton and tonile powder, exploded at
11 o’clock last night. Windows in the city
were broken, doors burst in and crockery
stocks demolished. The concussion broke
a lamp in the residence of M. Katz, setting
the house on fire and badly burning several
inmates. The County Hospital is ruined,
but none of the patients injured. The
total lose ie about $100,000.
WASHIXGTOX TEBBITOBT.
The Alaska Gold Mines—The Mines
Bleb—Thonsands of Tons or Bleb
Ore In Sight—A Placer Claim Pay
ing #100 to the Hand.
Seattle (W. T.)t June 28.—The follow
ing letter b&s just been received here by C.
F. Clancey from the Tokan mines, Alaska:
Rockwell, Alaska, June 5, 1881.—
Friend Charles: When we got here it was
raining and I had no shelter to write in,
and deferred writing until now. I suppose
you want to know what I think of this
country. I have not changed my mind
yet. I think ft is rich in gold. There are
great qnantities of quartz all oyer it, and
all minerals found in small quantities.
The gold-bearing quartz is very rich where
the ledges have been opened up. Charles
has also found a ledge of free gold quartz
and has it opened in good shape—thou
sands of tons of quartz in sight. Only
two sales of quartz claims have been made.
One, a half interest, for $5,000 cash, and
one entire claim for $23,000. We expect
retnrnsfrom ajarge lot of quartz by next
steamer. Antone Morris is here. He has
a placer claim paying $100 per hand.
There are but few placer claims paying
anything. I do not think this will be a
good placer camp. We have some rich
ground on our placer, and expeot to strike
it rich. Iam going inland to-day to see
some ledges an Indian wants to show me.
Signed, C. B. Sfebby.
FEEEIYU FROM THE REMEDY
Bismarck ha* succeoded in almost
everything that he has pat his hand to,
but his attempt to check emigration by
a protective tariff is a disastrous failure.
Special cable dispatches say that ths
enormous emigration from Germany is
being discussed in the Reichstag and tiiat
it is attributed to tha wretched condition
of the laborers and artisans—the very
classes which Bismarck hoped to benefit
most by his high duties. The poor groan
under the cost of the vast military estab
lishment, and are fleeing from the des
perate remedy which the Chancellor has
administered.
DIED.
In Pelisede, June 24, Rudolph Olson, e estiva
of Norway, aged 20 years, 4 months and 22 days,
Wyoming and Calif oral* papers pises* copy.
NE (V TO-DAY.
W. E. DAVIDSON,
Newsdealer and Stationer
POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
Keeps Constantly on Hand a Complete
Stock of Blank Books of Every
Description.
PHOTOGRAPH and AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS
GOLD FEN’S, SHEET MUSIC,
Pocket Knives, Fancy Goods, Writing Paper, Etc.
ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF.
EASTERN PERIODICALS AND MAGAZINES.
Eureka, June 28, 1881. jeJVtf
wTiTvErToTlOW!
BOTH IN STYLES, QUALITY AND PRICES.
Up to date we have brought the Fashions to Eu
reka and reduced the exorbitant prices that the people
of Eureka have been in the habit of paying; not only
have we inaugurated these reforms, but will keep up
our standard against high prices until the people of Eu
reka and vicinity learn to protect themselves. It will
only take one call from the most skeptical to prove that
our prices in Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Cloaks,
Dolmans, Havelocks, Linen Ulsters, Ready Made Suits,
also, in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Lace Cur
tains, and, in fact, all House Furnishing Goods, have
never before been equaled in Eureka.
01 CALL WILL COWIM'B Hill THAT THE BEST
PLACE HI TOW S TO PURCHASE IS IT
MORRIS & LEVY’S.
Now is the Time!
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ARRIVED
AND ARRIVING EVERY DAY.
Never before In the history of Eureka has there
been offered such an immense display and variety of
Men’s, Youths’and Boys’ Clothing at so low prices as
I now offer for the present season. My Stock of Fur
nishing Goods has been thoroughly replenished with
the nicest goods of the season, which I also guaran
tee unsurpassed in low prices. Besides, I have just
imported an entire new stock of Hats, in endless
varieties, for this season, which I have marked at pop
ular prices. I also call attention to my well selected
stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Etc., all at the
lowest prices. Assuring the public I mean business.
I take pleasure In extending a general invitation to all
to call and examine my stock and learn my prices.
M. DAVIDSON, Main Street, Eureka. Nev.
ALP HARRIS,
-DEALER IK
Gents’ Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Tranks, Valises, Xte.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY^
FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA
Full Lines of Extra Size Underwear.
ALF HARRIS,
_ T«r<1 door, worth of Jaok I*»rry‘i Skloo.
NEW TO-DAY.
CANARY BIRD LOST.
Acanaby bird made its escape
on Monday from Jack Godfrey's restaur
ant, on North Main street. A reasonable re.
ward will be paid for the recovery of the bird.
JcWtf
For Salejir Rent.
A HOUSE or BIX BOOMS ON RUBY
Arran* will b« luted or told at t bar
gain. For particular* apply lo W. P. STri.
GHERMAN, Agent for H. BISHOP. my31f
A HOUSE CONTAINING FIVE BOOMS,
completely furnlalied. Apply to
J»M tm E. It. CRUTE.
WANTED.
A OIBR TO WAIT ON TABLE, AT JOHN
J\. Nlchol'a Boarding Houee. Ruby Hill.
For particular* apply at Haury Etnd'a atore,
North Main Strut, Eunkt. jeaaiw ,
FOB jaAXjIE
» FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
WITH BAR FIXTCRES AND STOCK OF
Llquori md Cigars on band. The laloon
j ia mtiittt* throe door* north of the Court
house, and nearly opposite. Well*, Fargo k
Co. ■ office, in the town of Eureka, in Eureka
‘ndJ* ?0,0K • f<x*d hu«*ineaa.
rhe location u one of the inoat eligible in tha
town. Inquire of the pr»prl< tor on the preu.
1‘”-_L. BALLtCH.
notice.
I HAVE THIU DAT BOLD MV ENTIRE IN.
•■E-l,“,K*n Freucleco Clothing
oiore. All hills rgalnsi me up to dete will be
peid on presentation, sud all bills due me will
be collected by myself. All liio.e Indebted to
me will pleaee c.ll at the store of M S. Frank
lin A Os. and settle, to avoid rotts, aaall bills
not paid by tba tenth of July will beelvento
an attorney for collection. H. KAYHKtt
Eureka, June J'J, 2HH1. Je'JStd
Merara. M. J. Franklin A Co are aulhorlaed
to receipt for all moneys paid to them for me
U. KAY8ER.
Eureka, June :8, 1881. jcWtf
MISCELLANEOUS.
NOTICE.
SEALED BIDS
I^OR THE PURCHASE OF THE STOCK,
Fixture* and Good Will of the business
heretofore belonging to
H. Kayser of Eureka, Nevada,
Will be receivrd'at the office of NEUSTADTER
BROS., corner Piue anil Battery afreets, San
Fr&uClavo. until JULY FIFTH, noon.
•^"Inventories can be seen at the atora in
Eureka, or at the office of Neustadter Broa.
J. If. NKl'NTAVITKIt.
San Francisco, June 24, 1881. Je28td
WANTED.
SCHOOL TEACHER.
A MIDDLE-AOJD MALE TEACHER 18
l\. wanted for the Richmond School. Ruby
Hill. None but a first-cl*** teacher need ap
ply. For particulars apply to J. G. J CRY,
Clerk of the Board of Trustees
Ruby Illll, June 25, 1881. je2titf
WOOD CONTRACT.
Teams Wanted
rjio HAUL BETWEEN 600 OB 700 COBDH
of wtll-Beaaoued Mahogany and Pino Wood,
from Dry Lake to the Richmond Furnace, or
will aell the same on the ground. For parties
lara apply at my saloon. JOE MEKDE8.
Eureka, June M, 1881. j«23tf
Fashionable jjrBiitir.
Mrs. j. nelson. l\tk of Virginia
City, desires to inform theladitsuf Eureka
and vicinity that she is ready to do all kinds
of Fashionable Dressmaking fur ladies and
children.
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty.
NOB HILL, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC COURCII.
nih?J
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TOBACCO HOUSE!
East aide North Ma’n Street, one door below
Stone Building,
B. BOTH IM'HI LB.Proprietor.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS:
INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING CF.LE
brated brands: Poiuerago. OrensHne,
Long Nine, Koaa Belle. WHIar. Premier. Tiger.
Angel, Pheulx, Peter Morris' Princess and For
get-Mo-Not. All tbsee favorite brands and
others will be sold for
FROM $20 TO $200 PER 1,000.
PLAYING CARDS, PIPES AND CUTLERY.
( hewing and Nmolt lug Tubncee of
the Finest Brand*.
*JT All these goods arc no re and fresh, and arc
Mold at smaller figures thsu ever
before in Eureka.
Eureka, June 33,lftil. Je2ttf
Dr. J. B. Keen,
AUCTIONEER.
I HAVE AGAIN TAKEN DP UT OLD BUU
1HI of
BUYING 1ND SELLING
HORSES, FIIItNITl'RE,
EVERYTHING THAT IS SALEABLE.
OIBm on lh» earner of Malu and
Bateman Mn«l»,
I ALWAYS TRADE FAIR.
Eureka, April 10. 1331. spl7tf
M. CALISHER
News Agent
• •. .AMD DliUI
STATIONERY
BLANK MO SCHOOLBOOKS,
Mot* anil Letter Paprr, Cnury Pa,
peterlra.
Toys, Cutlery,
FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS, 8HEET
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Also, Novell, Eastern Periodical* and Mags
zloei always on hand. Subscriptions revived
for any of tbe Ran Francisco Dailies and Week
Ha*. Agent for the Territorial Enterprise.
Chronicle and Enreka Sentinel.
Eureka. January 11.1881. Jan12tf
EDM WATER W0I8.
mHE WATER WILL BE CLOSED OFF
X from the entire tewn to-night at 8 o'clock
and will be turned on to-morrow morning at 0
o’clock, and will continue to be closed off from
day to day as stated until further notice, with
the exception of that portion of the town tak
ing water from Reservoir Hill. This step is
deemed necessary to accumulate sufficient
water for lire purposes.
Je7tf GEO. F. BLISS, Superintendent.
Fine Piano for Sale.
Am AMD ELEGANT BOH E WOOD
Plano, of tho Kwer.ou make, U offered
for tala cheap. Tor particular, apply In rear
of Judge Dole’a real dene, (o
CHABLE8 ELOBE.
Eureka, June 27,1881. >28 1 w
FOR RENT.
k Very Pleasant Front Room
(FURNISHED)
In tl» IKITIHEL
WFor psrtlculers spplr •» U>* publlostlon
ofloe.
HORSES _F0R SALE.
XTIWE HEAD OF WORK HORSES. OOOD
•!*•. you riff, and will !*• sold cbesp for
cash If spplied for lnunrdUt*!/ r’or p»r
tlculsrs luqulr* at Oolurlok Bros.' Oo*rsl of
j*28 lw* . W. A. WILSON.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
Arouse of seven rooms, on bubl
street. In the resr of Remington k Oo.’e
The properly |e well edspUd for s lodging
home. For pertlsulere epplr to
JelTlf ». IV. WILLIAMS.
Fourth of Jgjj
EXCURSIOK
— TO_
San Francisco &
Return!
The management beg le«T, to
they have completed «rrugom
RP.itfURlici
For an Excurnion to «•„ <
leaving Eureka an‘ ,co return
SATURDAY, July 2
At 5 A.M. lu turning, leevo Sen Fr«nc|,e00||
Tuesday, July 12,
Fare for the Round Trip
$33.00
Two Children Under 12
One Fare. Children under
o Free.
The Chotp.it Opportunity .y„ h
C3- OL DE N C I TY ; j
Running through to Bin Fr.nci.co on .wci,i
time, connecting it Ueno with th< PMt"
Containing Five Hun
dred Passengers.
A lay-over of ten boors will l>« otetasamt
Ueno, thus enabling the
Crossing the Sierras
by Daylight,
The Great- Feature of tht
Trip.
Tickets Good Only fur the Particu
lar Trains Mentioned.
Subscription List Now
Open.
Tickets Must Be Sold Before
June 20.
For farther particular* apply to
M0LINELLI& SMITH,
Managers.
J. B. UNGSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor t
Two door. North of U>< Wutwi Colo.
T.legr.ph
North Main Street, • lureka
Has just received asd eeeps cos
stantly on hand a nsw and well aeleeted
stock of ths latest patterns of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS,
Which he will m.lr. up la th. l.twt .t|Ui, «ai
.t price, to anlt the tlntee.
■W'Alter.tlon tad r.p.lrliif will h. proaiptlj
attended to. _ M
Inreka. September 80,1800._
8AN FRANCISCO
EXCURSIONISTS
....WILL FISD AT...
The Baldwin Hotel
The Boat Table, attention and apart
men la In lb# City,
Special Rates 82 80 to §4
per day.
B. J. BALDWIN, Proprietor
San Francisco, June 18, leal-_fr*1"
HOTEL BUSINESS!
FOR SALE.
rrmt owner or a well establish!®
A hotel tn thii couotj. doing • good Wi
ne... i. de.irou. of .elllng me ..me «d «« •
Ing from bu.ln.M- Any pert! wl.LIM p
ebeie cm here the prlrlleg. of ‘ .
the houM * ree.ou.ble time for tbe pnrp
■eti.fylng Ihem.elTe. of tbe emonn •
nee. transacted. Eor p.rtlcnler. »PP T ^
ofllco. _ __
Livery, Sale
....AND....
Feed Stable!
SESSSSbSSSS
tenulued to make thla
A First-Class Stable I
larg* Amount of _ a TTT
Which I. *%SSt$g. 4 B^„
V.nr*V» lffaeeh M. llWl- - —
CLOSING NOTICE.^
WE, TB1 CNDmiON^.^”^
EurekA. WApArtWyj doM 0„ plAOM
tomers that we have JK***1.y g| the hour of
abesurffi^BS®
KSr'iS'.
JaIT tm *UO

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