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Etcrday.July so. ism. WHAT PCHIAHHRAT FOB BIT TEA!' T " If the President should live, which God grant, what,” says a contemporary, 4. should be done with the would-be assassin ! Under the law of the District of Columbia the punishment is not suffi cient for the great offense, hence it might be well to declare him insane and retain him in a mad-house for life. This, we believe, was the course pursued by Eng land with the culprit who shot at the Queen." Whatever England or any other nation may have done or may do in a matter of this kind, says the Sacramento Bee, the United States of North America should not on any account punish or at tempt to punish the crimiual outside of the law. Let it be the shame of a mon archy or of an Empire that an attack upon the life of an official born in the purple shall be punished with greater severity than if made upon another indi vidual, but let it be the glory of this Republic that all men, however born or bred, or in whatever station they may move, are equal before the law. Here let the law be king, prophet, sovereign. Bend it not for any man, neither to pnn ish nor to protect. Let it be the pride and boast of this people that in all cases between citizens the law is supreme. To declare this criminal insane if he is not ; insane and to keep him, sane, in a mad house for life, would be a greater crime than his attempt upon the life of the President. That would be murdering the law in cold blood; striking down the majesty of the people from the very bench whereon justice sits—a crime un paralleled and unatonable. Let no Amer ican journalist, who hes a pride in his profession, who loves liberty or cherishes the good name of his country, propose to go outside of the law to punish this criminal. Let the law, and that alone, be supreme, for that represents the power, honor and integrity of the whole people. They are on trial and not a worthless would-be assassin. HIB1XU IBISII TO EBIOBATE. It seems strange that Englishmen should be glad to see Irishmen forsake their native land, but Mr. Gladstone, sincere as his friendship is for Ireland, proposes in his Land Bill to appropriate $1,000,000 for the encouragement of Irish emigration, as much as one-third of which may be used in a single year. He may think, as there is certainly reason for thinking, that Irishmen who emigrate will be better off in America than those who remain in their own country. It is with no sentiment, however, that most Englishmen encourage emigration from Ireland. They hare such a bitter feeling toward the Irishman that many of them really prefer Ireland to be uninhabited rather than retain such inhabitants as she now has. It will not require much urging to in duce Irishmen to cross the Atlantic. The number arriving in this country during 1880 was 66,390, and the total during the decade ending that year was 622,686. As Ireland has but 3,211,633 inhabitants, the loss of last year will not need to be multiplied many times and extended many years to exhaust the population of the island. It is to be remembered, too, that the emigrants are the strongest and most enterprising people of the country, so that the exodns of two-thirds of the population would leave Ireland with a more helpless and hopeless class of in habitants than can be found elsewhere. Carried to the extreme which would gratify the present feeling of many aris tocratic Englishmen, emigration would ruin the Emerald Isle. WlRItOM’N WAVS. Secretary Windom has taken a long step toward improving the civil service by issuing a circular to the Collectors of Internal Revenues relative to the appoint ment of storekeepers and gaugers, and inspectors of tobacco, snuff and cigars in the internal revenue service, in which he directs that forthwith all papers relat ing to the appointment and removal of such officers shall be forwarded to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, who in each case will indorse the same and forward to the Secretary of the Treasury for action. The effect of the circular will be to practically restore to\he Com missioner of Internal Revenue the con trol of the appointments in the service, which was taken from that officer during the administration of Secretary Sher man. _ THE IATF. DEAD STANLEY. The late Dean Stanley was the ex treme opposite of those distinguished Englishmen, who, in return for American hospitalities, have indulged in unjust criticisms od our country and country men. The London Daily News says: Dean Stanley always spoke in terms of affectionate appreciation of his enthusi astic reception in America, and the large proportion of American callers at the Deanery proves that the estimation in which he was held in America has not weakened. In accordance with this feel ing, Dr. Dudley, Assistant Bishop of Kentucky, will preach a funeral sermon on Sunday at St. Margaret’s, West minster. _ Jkffekaon Davis' idea of journalism is that the people want news and want it in paragraphs. They .will hardly stand much more thau a paragraph of editorial, and rebel against anything like an essay, adds the ex-Confederate President. CoNsniERiNo how long and how loudly the Albany mountain has been groaning in labor, it must be confessed that the result of the parturition is disap pointing. _ It seems to have been Mr. Conkling’s siames in life to furuieh a living and moat impressive exemplar that pride goes feed*** a fall. "!"■.1 — Two Rostov sisters have sent 950 each tm tits Garfield fund. That is all the fasdt «MMf from that quarter. EASTERN INTELLIGENCE. General Condition of the President Satisfactory. COVERNOR CRITTENDEN'S PROCLAMATION. Conscientiously Opposed to Thanksgiving Days. Where the Infernal Machines were Man nTaet need. ARREST ST M'LEAO, WHO THREATERED TO SHOOT BOV. CORHEll. Hartman, the Celebrated Nihilist, la New Yerk. HE PROPOSES TO STRUOSLE ASAIRST DES POTISM TO THE BITTER ERO. .'Special to tha Sssttnil. I Washington, July 19.—Last evening about 5 o'clock the President began to show signs of fever, but subsequently tbs febrile symptoms disappeared and he passed a comfortable night, and awoke this morning mnch refreshed. A moderate rise in the patient’s temperature in the af ternoon, the surgeons say, is to be antici pated for some dsys to come. KiECtrrrvE Mansion, July 39.—1 :S0 r. w. —The President bore the dressing of his wound well this morning and exhibited very little fatigne after its completion. The appearance of the wound, the charac ter and quantity of the discharge, and the general condition of the patient are satis factory. He rests well and takes an ade quate quantity of nonrishment. His pnlse is now 98; temperature, 98.4; res piration, 18. Signed, D. W. Buss, J. K. Barnes, J. J. Woodward, Robert Betbcbn. Urge Reward far a Bawd wf lak bars. St. Lons, July 2#.—Governor Critten den hu issued a proclamation, 15,000 cop ies of which are being distributed, an nouncing that robberies have been per petrated by a band of robbers at Glendale and Winston, and that murder has been committed at the latter place. Frank and Jesse James are indicted tor murder, and have fled from jnstioe. therefore, in lieu of previous rewards, the Governor offers $5,000 for the arrest and conviction of each of the participants in the robberies or murders, and for the arrest of Frank or Jesse James $5,000 each, extra, is offered. The Sheriff of Laclede county was here to-day, haviDg in his possession a letter from a gentleman whose reliability he vouches for, stating that a party of seven well armed and mounted men were seen six miles from Pablo, Texas county, on Thursdsy night, who fully answer the de scription of the Winston train robbers. They were traveling towards the Iron Mountain railroad, and the writer of the letter evidently thinks they will be heard from soon on that road. The railroad offi cials have been advised. Tkaekicuiai far tka liwatry of the President. St. Loets, July 29.—The Republican hat the following special from Palestine, which says that whan the Governors de cide on a day, be will isaue a proclamation inviting a general thanksgiving by ths cit izens here for ths recovery of President Garfield. Lieutenant-Governor Storey passed through here to-day, and said that if a united call is made for the people, he will issne a proclamation tor the whole State, regardless of the attitude of Gov ernor Roberts. The Mayors of Galveston and Cameron side with the Governor and refuse to join in a thanksgiving by request of the people. There is apparently a reac tion in favor of Governor Boberts, as the people begin to think his position miscon strued. He has never issued a thanksgiv ing proclamation during either of his terms as Governor, and is evidently consci entiously opposed to it, and the truth forces me to say that I observe among a large and respeotable class of citiasns, the belief that the President's injuries have been greatly magnified, for these probable reasons: First, to make a great reputation for the attending physioians; second, to make it appear as an almost miraculous recovery, attributable principally to the President’s remarkable powers, and third, that the alleged description of his condi tion has not been altogether tree from a political bearing, particularly up to the time of the termination of the oontest at Albany. ■aauDwtir* or Tea Iararaal it ehiaea. Pxobia (111.), July 2»_L. J. Yen Har ter, city editor of the National Democrat, •tated to-day that he had discovered that the infernal machines recently received in Liverpool were manufactured in this oity. A number of the association of United Irishmen live here, and are supposed to know all abont the matter. There were ten of the machines made here and shipped to New York, where they were loaded with dynamite and then shipped to Liverpool. The manufactory is on Washington street A reporter has been invited by one of the interested parties to witness an exhibition of the destructive powers of the maobine. The trial will be made within a mile of the city. The Celebrated ■nealaa Nihilist New You, July 29.—The Herald says that Leo Hartman, the celebrated Russian Nihilist, whb has successfully escaped the snares of the. cutest detectives in the world, arrived in this city from Europe yesterday. Hartman, on being Interviewed, •aid: “As soon as oiroumstanoes will permit I am prepared to return to Russia. Together with my oomradei, I mean to continue to the bitter and the struggle against despotism. I hare come as a del egate of the Executive Committee of the Russian revolutionary party, to the peo ple of the United States, and have no per sonal motives whatever in ooming here." The Beat ea Keeerd. Piedmont Pare (Pa.). July 28.—Maud S wa« brought out her* to-day, and after jogging around the track, waa cant off an her firat heat. She reached tha quarter in 334, tha half in l.-05|, tha third quarter in 1:394, »»d tha mil* in 2:12, without tha •lightaat indication* of a break. In the second heat aha reached tha quarter in 824, tha half in 1:034, tha three-quartan in 1:374. and bar* ah* haaitatad, awaryad and finally mad* a bad break, but recovering, came under tha wire In 2:134- Tha third and laat heat waa almoat a repetition of tha fint, being trotted fairly without a alt Ip. Tha firat quarter waa mad* in 884, tha half in 1:05, tha three-quarter* in 1:884, and tha mil* in 2:124. Tha** thro* oonaaeutiva heat* are tha beat aver trotted by any hora* iu the world. Vanderbilt waa praaaot and watched tha rao* from tb* judge*' aland. More Infernal Backata. New York, July 28.—Tha ahlpmant of infernal machine* to England oonaidarably agitata* tha repraaantativaa of tb* rariooa •taamahip linaa hara, over tha probability of tha ahlpmant of dynamite by their v*e •ala. Tbay aay they are aiarciaing all tha precaution* in thair power to avoid aimilar poeaibla occurrence*, and tha agent* in obarga of outward bound freight to Ea gUah port! art watahing paokagaa, partiau larly thorn (hipped by stranger* that might contain dynamite. The agents hay* had a conference, and as a result of this confer ence O'Donovan Rosea haa been deprived of tbe agency of the Allan line. A (Stroke #r Fortune. Montreal, July 28.—Mre. McKeman, of this city, baa had her claim eaUblisbed aa one of the heira to tbe eetate vauled at 91.500,000 of the late Philip Donohne, of San Francisco, who emigrated from Mon treal in 1852 a poor man. Mrs. McKernan, who waa Donohue's sister, never beard of her brother until inquiries were set on foot for his hsir*. Th# estate ia divided among a brother and two sisters, all of whom were very poor. Arrest wf leLeaa. Taor <N. I.), July 29.—McLean, ar retted in Albany yesterday on the charge of threatening to shoot Governor Cornell, left White Hsll this week to, as he said, seek the sunken treasure of Csptain Kidd. MoLean, who is regarded as iDsane, says we have too many Governors. He has several documents from the Penaion Office, and claims that the British Government owe* him 915,000. A Sheriff Killed. MnmiAPOLis (Minn.) July 28.—A special to th# Evening Journal, from Lake City, says: A gentleman just arrived from Gan Galle Woods, save a party headed by Sheriff Doolittle came upon the Williams brothers, desperadoes, yesterday, and were fired on by the latter and the Sheriff and twe others killed. The desperadoes then escaped. Hold at Auction. Orange Court House (Va.), July 28.— Montpelier, the home and birthplace of President Madison, was sold to-day at auc tion for 920,000, to John L. Carrington, of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond. OVER THE^WATER. Tidings ef the Skip Edgar—A In tineas Crew—Defeat ol tbs Ameer •f Afghanistan by Ayoob Kbau— The Ameer's Army Completely Defeated— What tbe Loudon Lan cet Says of the Condition or Presi dent ear field. [Special to the BsimirCL.] Halifax, July 29.—A bottle containing a slip of paper has been picked up in Halt's Harbor, saying that the ship Edgar sprung a leak on the fifteenth day from Paritboro. The crew were all mntinotu. The captain was shot twice. The crew left in boats, short of prorisiont and water, in long. 41 west and 1st. about 47 south. Signed by Andrew B. Dolty. The Edgar tailed from Paritboro last month. Loxoox, July 29.—The news of the de feat of the Ameer of Afghanistan by Ayoob Khan is confirmed. The Ameer’s army was completely defeated, and serious trou bles hare arisen in consequence. The bat tle was fought on Wednesday. During the engagement, one of the Ameer’s rights de serted and went orer to the enemy, where upon the Ameer's troops tied, leasing their guns and baggage on tbe field. The Tele graph says the defeat of tbe Ameer implies the complete orerthrow of tbe only re maining representative of British influ ence in Afghanistan. The Viceroy of India telegraphs that the Ameer of Afghanistan has been totally routed at Harasa Alta, and his baggage and eighteen gnns taken. The Ameer’s Gen eral fled toward Cabnl. Sirdar bhamsud den is still at Candahar with 100 Cabals and some police. In the Honse of Commons last night Gladstone, in replying to Kortheote, read a telegram confirming the report of the defeat of the Ameer. He stated that there was an Anglo-Indian force in the neighbor hood of Candahar. The Lancet says of Garfield: A portion of bis dress may bare been carried into the wound, and each abscess that forms is not only a direct source of danger from pain and fever and the danger of its spread ing deeply, bat with each there ia fresh li ability to blood-poisoning. It ia quite im possible to feel any certainty. We may not hear of another abscess or relapse, and it is very important that the patient’s con stitutional vigor should be maintained at as high a pitch as possible in view of fu ture trouble. The absence of fever and severe exhaustion removes any cause for immediate alarm, bat until the wound is quite healed, and the ballet either removed or safely encysted, there will be a liability to reourring abscesses, each attended with risk of blood-poisoning. The Boaton Tonne Woman. An aged gentleman from the oountry, whoee own walk ii aa sturdy as hia conver sation, was much am axed yesterday at be holding the appearance of a Boaton young lady. The frail oreature descended from a hors* ear almoat at hia feet, teetered lightly on her toes thrice, adjusted her arms like the plumed extremities of a trussed fowl, permitted her hands to dangle aa do the forepawa of a kangaroo, and sailed down the street with a sort of a willowy wabble which set her head to bobbing af ter the fashion of a Chinee* doll, her eves the while being set and anxious, and her whole appearance being suggestive of dis location and distress. And when one of our gilded youth, in a coat with no tails to speak of, and a hat like a aoup plat* oocked over hia left eye, started after her with arms and lega forming segrementa of circles, after the approved tradition! of the “chicken walk," be remarked that he’d be revised if he oould understand what had got into thee*city folk*.—Boston Poet. The stiver Heller. Order* have been cent to all the Mints, whioh have been closed since the 35th nit., making repairs and taking atock, to re sume operations at ono*. In order to comply with the requirements of the law relating to the ooinage of 3,000,000 silver dollar! each month, order* have been sent not to eoln any gold until the minimum number of standard dollars is coined. The grasshoppers of Washoe Valiev (all that are not dropping dead) are taking wing to the southwest. Old Jo* Young. a brother of Brigham, died in Balt Lake City on Sunday. K1W TO-DAT. AUCTION SALE Ths Intlr* 8took of Dry and Fancy Goods wtU be iold at auction commencing MONDAY, August 8, *81. And continuing .Tar, following lfonda, until tbe entire etock la aold. aWAt the (tore formerly occupied b, 0. DunkelkOo. dAUH * lifeXDBa. ■arete, Jul, », 1M1.1,(0 tf ISSUED TO-DAY, WEEKLYSENTINEL It la Brimful of Good Beading, _ Prill 25 OMti, in Wrappers. MISCELLANEOUS. j Auction Sale! ... OP A ... FULL LINE OF Household Furniture ....OK.... SATURDAY, July 30, 1881 At 2 o'clock In thr »ftpmoon. at Hip earner of Main anil Bale man ktrepta. J. B. Keen, Auctioneer. Eureka, July J5.1SS1. jjlCU NOTICE TO MINERS SEALED PR0P08AL8 WILL EE RECEIVED by the undersigned up to and Including Monday, the first day of August, for sinking the Hawkeye abaft an additional depth of 50 feet, the aame to be perpendicular and to con form with the dimensions of the present abaft. Contractor* to furnish everything. A commo dious cabin on the premises. Said shaft is lo cated on the west aide of Prospect Mountain, and adjoining the “ Dead Broke ” on the south. The undersigned reserve* the right reject any or all bids. W. O. MILLS Jn., jj‘28td Office E. A C. Lumber Yard. W. H. STOW ELL, DRUGGIST, No. 3, Main St., Eureka. Eureka. July 25, 1881. jy26tf A WARNING. All parties are hereby warned not to dump any more manure or other debris at my point within the limits of the Towu of Eureka, and more especially so in Peatbouse f'anyon, in the vicinity of the paw der magazines, under penalty of prosecution according to Town Ordinance. MATTHEW KYLE. jy23 lm Sheriff Eureka County. ASSORTED WINES. Just Received at Bartlett’s. PORT, CLARET. ANGELICA, SHERRY, MUSCATELL. Eureka. July 14,1881. jylStf GRIFFIN & ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS —AND— Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WELLS, FARGO A CO.'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Office boars from 8 o clock a. m. to 8 r m. FINE PASTURE. PERSONS HAVING STOCK THEY WISH Pastured, by sending it to Page’s Ram b, on Fish Creek, can be assured of getting good feed and the beat of attention for their ani mals. T. D. PAGE. Fish Creek, July 13, 1881, jy 14 Ira* Moore & Pauli’s SALOON AND GYMNASIDM One door south of the Telegraph Office on NORTH MAIN STREET. Resort for Athletic Sports. Wines, Liquors and Cigars Of the finest brands will arlwsya be found at thia establishment. 9100HE A PAM.I.. Eureka, July 26. 2881. j*27tf DYEING AND SCOORING! GENERAL CLEANING «... AND. . • • Repairing Establishment. To the Ladles of Eureka : I AH PREPARED TO CLEAN AND DYE Ladies' Silk Dresses, Silk Shawls, or any other article of wearing apparel. I will change any color or shade to any other desired. i^Wlll clean, scour and repair gentlemen’s clothes on short notice. Second Hand ClottaJMt and Sold. Three doors below the old PostofSce building. West aide North Haln Street. JjrtOtf SAM. NATHAN. WANTED. 500 Woodchoppers AND HAULERS Oan find two years’ employment with JOS. BROUGHTON A CO.. Walkerviile, Montana. One Dollar and a half per Cord, paid at the Stump. Je21 lm J. B. UNGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor I Two doora North of tb« Western Union Telegraph office, North Main Stroot, - Eureka Has just received and keeps con. • tent] j on hand a new and well selected •tock of the latest patterns of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will make np In the leteet atylae, and at price* to unit the time*. KTAlteration end repairing will be promptly attended to. Eureka, September 90,1880. a?l-tf FOR RENT. I Very Pleasant Front Room IFURXISHEDI la the SENTINEL BUILDING. •FFor particular* apply at the publication offioe. FORNISHEpOOMS! TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOOMS to let. Inquire of MRS. T. WETHERED, oppoelte Binuu offioe. Ijtotf EGGS!! EGGS!! EGGS [j ....AS.... Berg’s Family Grocery Foar Deem Freeh Eggt.El 00 F.r nae.7 its Fir. Cim Let., per tee..7 oo ■VMM B. MM. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Grand Clearance Sale .OF. Summer Goods! M. J. FRANKLIN & Co.’s Commencing July 0, 1881. BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY! CARPETS AT CHICAGO PRICES ! .AT. M. J. FRANKLIN & CO.’S - To the Ladiei! Having Won tho Reputation of Being “ THE STORE ” OF EUREKA, We shall endeavor to prove that we deserve that distinction. Our Stock consists of the Finest and Latest Fashions and Pat terns. They are all now and fresh, having been bought pur posely for our store. Our Mr. Morris is in tho California mar ! ket daily, which insures us the very latest of everything in our line. Our line of Dress Goods and Trimmings, Dolmans, Have locks, Ulsters, and other ready-made goods, Linens, Hosiery and all Domestic Goods has never before been equaled in Nevada, and it is so with our entire stock. Carpets in beautiful designs and at the lowest prices. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. | Country orders promptly attended to. TERMS : CASH. W. E. DAVIDSON, Newsdealer and Stationer POSTOFFICE BUILDINC. Keeps Constantly on Hand a Complete Stock of Blank Books of Every Description. PHOTOGRAPH and AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS GOLD PENS, SHEET MUSIC, Pocket Knives, Fancy Goods, Writing Paper, Etc. ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF. EASTERN PERIODICALS AND MAGAZINES. Eureka, June 28,1881. j*29t/ Now ii the Time! Dress Well and Look Well! 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 ploasuro in extending a general Invitation to all to call and examine my stock and learr. my prices. M. DAVIDSON, Main Street, Eureka, Nev. ALP HARHIsV -DZALEB is— Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hat*, Cap*. Shirt*, Underwear, Ho«iery, Trank*, Valitea, Eto. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA Full Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, _ T»0 door, north of Jack r«rry', Haloo, GEORGE WEDEKIND Manufacturer and Tuner of JPI AMOS. ♦ ! Tone Regulator for Sev* eral years at Steinway & Sons, New York and at M. Cray’s, San Francisco. sr Lmt« Min at the pMtoSca jyU lm FOR SALE. THE BRICK RESIDENCE NEXT TO THE public school building Is for ssle, with or without th« furniture. For psrtlcnlsrs so. ply to [JylJtfJ F. W. COLE. notiobT During my absence in san fran cisco. Mr. E. A. HARTENSTEIN Is su. thortxed to collect end receipt for ell bills due *»“*• H. KAY8EB. Eureks, July 13,1881. jy]« tf A HOUSE CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS, .1 completely furnished. Apply to J«M lm E. R CLUTl. Opposite Lumber Yard, Main Street, Eureka. AGENTS FOR Baker & Hamilton • FOR ...1 Ckanpion and Bnckeye Bath® Hay Presses, Horse Hates, And Faming Implements of all tint Supplied on short notice ....AT.... Sacramento Price,, GROCERS ....AND.... GENERAL MERCHANTS Eureka, April 5, 1881. iplg F. J. SCHNEIDER, g DRUCGI8T, f (AST SIDE MAIM STREET, THIRD ODDI SOUTH OF CLARI. PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, -ACCURATELY PREPARES_ At all hours or the say or right Order* for Drugs and Medicines, —Promptly attended to— 1 have also a Fall Um at Perfumery, Toilet u. .isles Hair Brnahea. Foeth Brnahea, Hal and Bath Brnahea, Kte„ And in fart evi-rythlng ntnallj found In a ant claas Drug Stora. T. 1, BCHREIDER, Froprtator, Eureka, Jane It, 1880. Junll tf WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TOBACCO HOUSE! East tide North Main Street, one door below Stone Building, B. KOTlIftC'lIILD .Proprietor. IMPORTED ANDlMESTIC CI0ARS! INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING CEL* lintfd brands Pomerago. Orsnaditti, Long Nine, Eoaa Belle. Wilier. Premier, Titer, Angel. Pbenix, Peter Morrle' Prlnceea and rot. get-Me-Not. All tbeee favorite brand* and others will be sold for FROM $20 TO $200 PER 1,000. PLAYING CARDS. PIPES AND CCTLHT. Ihr.log and MmokAng Tabaaaa 1 Abe ri.nl Brands ■7*A1I tbrae good, .r* par# ud fmb, tad in •old .1 similar ngurn tbin nn bafor. la Kuraka. Baraka, Jana 13. IM1. JaAAtf Hiram Johnson, Wholaeale and Ratal! Dealer la GROCERIES ....AND.... PROVISIONS. Chicago Hama and Breakfast Bacol, Sugar cured, al van an Send. AT THK BRICK STORI, NORTH MAIN STRUT. Euraka, July la, IBgl. Jr**** CITY DRUG STORL Nearly opposite Paxton ft Co.'s Bank. MAIN STREET, - - * EUREKA. FRESH DRUGS, Patent Medicinefi TOIIdET GOODS arc., nrc. H. A. MARTIN, nyltlf _ PreprUW NOTICE. To All Whom It May Concern: I THE UNDERSIGNED. SXRBBT OHJ • nolle* to Thorn** W*th*r*d *nd th* »•» lie that 1 Will Dot pay tbo«a thraa prorolwary note, made hy uia, payable to aald Thomu Wetbered or bl. order, dated Sept. **• **"’•" wit: One for *300. payable June 30.18*1 i one for *500, payable July 30, 1M1. and one for *300, payable Auguat 30. 1M1. there baring been no con.ideretlon for the making and ae livery of either or any of aald note., and the repreaentatl.na mad* to me InducingJha mail ing thereof aa to conelderallon having noon falae or fraudulent, or, If true, they having now wholly failed. And the publle la «*» tloned agalnat negotiating aald no aa or any oi them. P- a. »*"•*?; Eureka, Jun* M, 1*81_ JTWI WOOD CONTRACT. Teams Wanted rjlo HAUL BETHEXX *00 OB TOO OOBD* of well-aeaaoned Mahogany and Pina Hood, from Dry Lake to the Blohmond furnace, or will aall th* aama on th* ground. For portion lara apply at my aeloon. JOB MBBDEi Baraka, Jana M, 1M1- ,-W