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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
SATURDAY • JANUARY 0, 1$$3. Til K ISETITABLE. The study of statistics, iu the results generalized therefrom, is one of peculiar interest. Laws deduced from a careful analysis of these seeming skeletons, fig ures and nothing more, are, nevertheless, ! considered sufficiently reliable as the basis of important business transactions. Familiar examples of this are the thou- , sand aud one lucrative life and fire in- i surance enterprises that flourish every- J where. W hat is merely contingent or probable iu summing up a few incidents becomes a definite conclusion when a larger number of cases is considered, j llci.ee it seems that what arc ordinarily , termed accidents may after all be but so ; many events in a system as definitely j planned as the revolution of the seasons. An eminent French statistician once said if the number of men in the array of any ration were given him he could announce directly the average weight and bight of its soldiers with a degree of accuracy absolutely mathematical. Re search bad revealed to him certain physical and other causes leading inevi tably to th- se r.suits. The writer remembers well the re mark of a plain-talking and austere, but practical and shrewd, observer of men and things, a college professor of emi nence in bis department of political economy and logic. The old gentleman appeared before a new class for the first Several of t s annoy him in sundry ways best known to those who have associated with or been themselves college hoodlums. TheP^ct t, , before starting out upon the lecture of j the hour, introduced himself very forci bly to the class, by begging them not to feel ashamed of themselves for anything in the way of disorder or ungentlemauly behavior that had taken place in the lecture room that morning, “for, said he, “in a long course of teaching 1 have discovered that there is bound to be a certain number of fools in every class. The number is sometimes larger, some times smaller, according generally with the size of the class. A*our class, young gentlemen, $ unusually large: hence I am not surprised to find in it u su* ally large number of fools. You should not be disturbed by this, however. It is inevitable; and it may be of advantage to recognize the fact at once. We should not shut our eyes to any wholesome truth, however disagreeable it may seem." The shrewd student of statistics could doubtless predict the average list of casualties resulting from the discharge of firearms taken for empty in any com munity of considerable size per annum. In so many years so many per month or per day, so many in units and fractions, found by division. The negroes in the South have a saying that is a very whole some one, if not altogether true: “A gun can go off when it ain’t loaded. And Sambo would to this day defend himself against, or run away from, a man pointing an empty gun at him with the same spirit or alacrity a3 though he knew it were loaded. Horrid, distressing examples of acci dents, so called from trifling and making a foolish to-do with guns and pistols presumed to be unloaded, are of almost daily occurrence. A melancholy affair of the sort occurred in Eureka night before last, the circumstances of which were recounted in yesterday’s Sentinel. A man was shot down in a gunsmith's shop by a pistol in the hands of a heed less boy, who had been repeatedly warned by his employer against snapping pistols, loaded or empty. Yet that the same thing will be repeated seems to be marked down in the history of events as one of the inevitables. The warning that follows each recurrence of the fatal practice seems also inevitable. That the warning may accomplish it3 foreordained purpose is the impulse in which this notice originates. If the inevitable or foreordination be not recognized, then we may logically express the hope that this editorial warning may have some j effect in repressing the too frequent itch for fooling with firearms, loaded or empty. THE WHISKY BUSINESS. The official numeration of saloons throughout the various States for the years 1SS1 and 1SS2, as compiled by the Census Bureau at Washington, shows a somewhat astonishing difference between the Northern and Southern States in the matter of their increase and deerease. In the Southern States there has been a marked decrease, and in the Northern a somewfiat less marked increase. For in stance, in 1881 Alabama had 2,0^6 sa loons, while in 1882 she had only 1,501. Arkansas fell during the year from 1,437 j to 855; Georgia from 2,517 to 2,151; Ten- j nesaee from 2,950 to 1,933. On the other hand, Kansas rose from 1,182 to 1,460; Maine from 830 to 9/9; Michigan from 4,537 to 5,066; Minnesota from 2,510 to 2,898; Wisconsin from 4,680 to 5,275. Again, South Carolina fell from 1,075 to 714, while Vermont rose from 400 to 426. There are some exceptions to the rule, of course, but they are not numerous. If these figures are correct, and there is no reason why they should not be, they will serve to correct some erroneous ideas that are prevalent with respect to the effect of temperance laws in the various States. It appears on the face of the returns that the increase has been mostly in States which have adopt ed temperance laws, and the decrease in those which have not. How is this? Sttl’TIlKft* AESTIMESTft. The exclusion of the Hon. Jefferson Davis from the benefits of the Pension bill reported by the Committee of the House of Representatives at Washington in favor of the survivors of the Mexican war is an exhibition of bitter animosity, scarcely to have been expected 20 years after the late war. Mr. Davis, after reading in the Washington special the an uonncement of this evidence of petty spite, will no doubt smile contemptuous ly, says the New Orleans Democrat, con tenting himself with the reflection that, as he does not need the pittance, which, if offered, would be dccliued, and which, if a thousand times greater than it is, would not compensate for one day of the brilliant and splendid service which he rendered his country on the battle fields of Mexico. TELEGRAPHIC. Governor Butler’s In auguration. MINISTER LOGANS RECALL DEMANDED. A Treasurer's Account Four Hun dred Thousand Short. GRAND BILLIARD TOURNA MENT AT CHICAGO. The Mayer Refuses to Grant a License for the Passion Play. THE PENDLETON E1LL PASSED WITH CUT AMENDMENT. [SPECIAL TO THE SESTINFL.l Boston, Jan. 5.—No inauguration in recent yea s has been so popularly at tended as Gov. Butler's. Hours before the time for him to appear the halls and passages were crowded, and the throng overflowed down the broad steps and ex tended even to the Common. Butler read his address in that style which has become familiar in his public speeches. Frequent touches of humor enlivened it, and the applause was interspersed as profusely as ever in his stump speeches. Off-hand interpellations were made at times. Speak ing of the abolition of the poll tax, as a qualification for suffrage, Le interjected the words: “And such men as Harvard students.” His argument for woman suf frage was liberally applauded. Wh.n urging reform in the various departments, he said that formerly the military was under the control of the Commander-in Chief—a thrust of grim humor, which caused much laughter. t liriii'icu n liiccuse. Neat York, Jan. 5.—Mayor Edson re ceived Morse and his attorney, Howe, this morning. He said that unless they had something new to present, bearing on the subject, he would render an immediate decision. Howe said they were entitled to a license under the statutes. No men tion of Avhat is to be produced at the shrine was required by law. and it would be just as proper to compel Wallack to what he intended to produce at his theater next week. The Mayor said that he bad devoted some time to the consideration of the matter, and had found that the pro duction of the Passion Play would be obnoxious to many citizens. He therefore declined to grant the license. He ad 1 mitted the fact that the license fee had been tendered. It is understood that an effort will be made in the Supreme Court to-day to obtain a mandamus to compel the Mayor to grant a license. A Xew <iani? of' Billiard*. New York, Jan. 5.—A billiard tour nament will be held in Chicago, beginning March 16, introducing a new game, which will combine the most in teresting features of the Champion’s Game and the Cushion Carom Game, which will be called the Continuous Balk Line Game. A balk line, nine inches from the rail, will extend all around the table, and no rail play will be allowed. Sexton, Slosson, Schaeffer and Daly will compete, and other prominent players are expected to enter. Jake Schaeffer claims that he can run 100 and average 13 in the new game, and other players report much the same. A promi nent professional says: “You see, it will be a much faster game than cushion caroms, and as most of it will be open table play, brilliant shots wiil be the re sult. It will be a popular game.” Logan's Proposed Peace Purchase. New York, Jan. 5.—The Commercial Bulletin demands the recall of Minister Logar., a resolution of inquiry by Con gress as to the authority under which he has offered Montero $10,000,000 and other terms of peace. It remarks: We cannot escape the disagreeable apprehension that Logan and his proposed purchase of peace are the result of‘-My Mediator,” for ten millions cover tbe numerous claims, such a., they were, which a powerful French syndicate kindly proposed to take off their hands a year ago, when Blaine’s Minister, Hurlbut, was playing the role which Logan, with a similar intent, has now taken up. Aiiouier mar Home itilef. Washington, Jan. 5.—The Government will soon ask the Grand Jury of the Dis trict of Columbia to present for indict ment James B. Colegrove. who was a prominent membGr of the Star Route' ring. Colegrove held many small routes under Brady, and Ik* made a great deal of money from the temporary contracts. He received from these contracts, which were given him without compensation, in one year $80,000. Colegrove and French, the ex-chief clerk of Brady, were bosom friends, and City Postmaster Ainger. re cently removed, approved the worthless bonds for Colegrove on the indorsement of french on one of Colegrove’s routes, from Gainsville to Tampa. Florida. On this route the Poaioifice Inspectors dis covered that the bondsmen were worth less, and the bonds fraudulently executed. Cheat Drstructiou of Viili*. Cohoes, Jan. 5.—-Ihe rolling mills of Morrison, Colwell A Page are burned. The pilot mills of P. Gager, and the tub ing works of A. G. Curtis <x Co., are now • Lateb—- The fire is uader control. Mor rison, Colwell A Page’s rolling mill, O’Brien A Powers’ knitting mills, and tLe Patrick Gug-rty pilot mills, are totally j destroyed. The loss is over $250,000; in- j sured for two-thirds. j Bound. Ganged and Kobbfd. Chicago, Jan. 5.—Four masked men j captured, bound and gagged four inmates ■)( J. E. Arnold’s farm house, 20 miles from Chicago, near Downer’s grove on SYednesday evening, and securing $1,200 in cash rode away on four of Arnold’s horses. None have been captured. An aid farm-hand is suspected. Opinion on ('blue v Immltfratiou. New York. Jan. 5.—A Herald’s Washi ngton special sayai The Attorney General naa given an opinion that prohibition igainat Chinese entering our ports applies miy to laborers and others intending to remain in tbe United States, and that the aw doeu not prohibit Chinese of any con lition from landing in or traveling hrough the country whose purpose is to jo elsewhere. Will Render a f>o«*Uinn. Washington, Jan. 5.—Judge Snell will •ender a decision in the Dickson case early mxt week. The prosecution feel confident that Dickson will he held for the Grand Jury, but considerable interest is mani fested in how such a decision can be J reached after the acknowledgment of the Court respecting Die', - >•)’«* good charac j ter and Brown’s crookedo-ss. Sui fid from !■.> nrbing. j Calumet (Ont.), Jan. 5.—Mann, the1 , murderer of the Cooke family, was save 1 ■ j from lynching by the Sheriff. The in- : j furiated citizens of llawetburg. provided j with a rope, followed the party between i this place and Lorringall. Mann, when ; in court, seemed indifferent to the ga"zo I and threats of the people. Embezzlement—Herr Moat. Milwaukee. Jan. 5.—M. F. Halm bach, a prominent merchant of Green Bay, v as j arrested on a charge, by Sprague, Warner ! A* Co. of Chicago, that he embezzled $4,000 | of funds intrusted to him on a Commission business. Iferr Most’s efforts here arc not success ful, most of the former Socialists being now property owners. Decided to Art Together. Detroit, Jan. 5.—The Democrats and Greeubackers, in caucus yesterday, de cided to act together on all questions of j party policy, which will, of course, settle the Senatorial succession. Emperor William Will Resign. Nf.w York, Jan. 5.—A Berlin dispatch says that in well-informed circles a story is now circulating to the effect that Empe ror Willhelra. on the 22d of March, which is his 88th birthday, will abdicate in favor of the Crown Priuce. flanged. Mii.ton (Ontario), Jan. 5. — Michae’ O'Rourke, who murdered old man Maher and his daughter in January last, was hanged this morning. He was firm to the la-t. but made no statement on the scaffold. A Lan«l Slide. Pittsburg, Jan. 5.—The wife and two children of Thomas Johnson, living in Westmoreland County, at the foot of the mountain, were buried and suffocated by a laud slide on Wednesday. s 100.000 Short. Nashville, Jan. 5.—The Legislative Committee find the State Treasurer’s ac counts $100,000 short, aud recommend the suspension of business in his office for the present. The Pendleton Bill Passed. Washington, Jan. 5.—The House passed the Pendleton bill without amendment, j Ayes 155. noes 47. OVER THE WATER. A Verdict ol Wilful Mnr<i«>r Against tin* Emergency Bailiffs—Carney, h Tenant Farmer, Beaton to Death —Death of Gen. t’hancey. SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL.] Dublin, Jan. 5.—The Coroner’s jury returned a verdict of wilful murder against the Emergency Bailiffs who tired on the peasants at Upper Cross, Tipperary, Ire land. last Wednesday, and killed one man. The Bailiffs were arrested. A man named Carney, a tenant farmer, was beaten to death near Carndale. His brother-in-law has been arrested. It was the result of a drunken quarrel. Paris, Jan. 5—The Paix denies that Gambetta’s death will produce any great change in the foreign policy of the Repub lic. which neither desires nor favors war, and adds: If forced into action by any Power, France would undertake it without as it w mid Lave done with Gambetta. Paris. Jan. 5.—Gen. Cbancey, the well known French General and Life Senator, died suddenly last night. IVI POUT A X T KAILBOAD1.VG. An Air Line Through Nevada fo the Pacific. Salt Like Chronicle. For some time it has been known that a direct air line was needed from the Mis souri River to California. The Southern Pacific, Union Pacific and Northern Pa cific arc well ehough, but there has been wanting a new line that would cut off considerable distance. When the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy built through to ; Denver, it was thought they would at once* | build to Salt Lake City, and from there i to San Francisco. It is also well known that the Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe wanted a California outlet of their own. As this company and the Burlington have nearly the same stockholders, a line that would have outlets for both would exactly suit. It is now reported on good authority that such r. line has been projected and will be at once built. There is nothing impracticable in the scheme, and it will prove one of the great steps in railroad construction. From Atchison almost di rectly across Kansas and Colorado to Rockvale, runs the Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe Railway. Rockvale is just a few miles west of Fueblo, where the Denver A Rio Grande also has a terminus. The new line would be built from Rockvale through Gunnison, following the Gunnison River A alley into Utah and crossing the Colorado River near the mouth of the Gunnison River. The line runs considerably south or Salt Lake City and away south of the I nion and Central Pacific Railways. It passes through the Center < f the lower half of Nevada, missing the alkali plains, and striking those little pure lakes in Xbvada that are so famous. It would run into \osemite T alley and would be the nearest l:ne to that famed resort. Passing through Stockton it reaches San Francisco, being the most direct liue by 400 miles, and making \ line that could bo built cheaper than anv other. NEW TO-DAY. wantedT VWOMAN TO DO THE GENERAF. HOFSE.' work of a aiu-iU family. Apply at the restden.-e of W, H. REMINGTON. JaOtf oiR^isricr Skating Carnival To-Night. Centennial Guard Band. _ General Admission, • . %\ ■ lyionthly Ticket Kaldcri, SOc Ice in Splendid Order, and Rink Brilliantly Illuminated. AN AMPLE SUPP1Y OF THE BEST SKATES CN HAND FOR PATRONS NOTICE.^ To the Delinquent Co-Owners in the Milwaukee Mine. fpo FRANK LENART AND TO HIS HEIRS, X known aad uukaowu; You arr hereby notified that I have perform** the annual amt n*t. easary labor to tb« amount and value o? One Hundred Dollars. In United Stale* gild coin, during the year 188*2, upon the Milwau kff mine, situate in the Pint Mining District, Vj bite Pine County. fcta*e of Nevada; that your proportion of the cot.t cf said labor amounts to the sum of Fifty Dclla.-s, In United States gold coin, and you are notified that you are hereby required to pay me the Bald sum of Fi ty Dollar*, and that if you fail to pay the same within 18b days from and att.-r the first publication of tbi* notice, your interest in said mine will become my property, according to the laws of Congress My residence Is in the town of Eureka, Eureka County, Nevada JAMES WILLIAMS. Eureka, Nev., Jan. 0, A. D. i88J. JaMm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Holiday Goods! W. E. DAVIDSON Postoffice Building, Is just in receipt of his Elegant Stock of Goods suit able for Christmas Presents. Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums, Scrap Albums, Russia Leather Goods, Celluloid Sets, Gold Pens. IN CHRISTMAS GARDS The Assortment is complete, embracing the entire line of PRANG'S CARDS, as well as other manufacturers Having been purchased direct from headquarters the prices on these cards will be unprecedentedly low. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF TOYS!! TOYS!! AT BEDROCK PRICES.rtctr The Sen Francisco Clothing Store AWAY AHEAD. "Wo Leacl, Never Follow, Xnt only in prices, bat in.*tyle» or ('iiittniu Nude GENTS’, YOUTHS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING OVERCOATS end ULSTERS a Specialty. Our stock of FINE UNDERWEAR and 30CK3 is th e finest ever brought to Nevada: also the finest stock of Hats and Caps. Boots, Shoos, Tnnks r.nd Valises in the market. A full line of Canvas Suits, Blanket Lined. The latest Eastern and Sa Francisco Stylaa of Boys’Clothing. A full lino of Rubber Suits complete. It will repay you to examine my stock before purchasing, as pricos have positively reached BET) F.OCK at the The SAN FRANCISCO CLOTHING STORE, M. KA??S?»Y, Proprietor, Eure Oct. 16,1882. [ol7tf] Next door to Dr. Srhceiflf r’s Drug store. ISSUED TO-DAY, -THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Brimful ofGood Reading Price 25 cents, in Wrappers. TO THE PUBLIC! I HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND, DOUBLE and single Buggies, Barouchcr, Gutters, Sleighs, Bits, Saddle Horses And in fact everything in the livery lino, and all got ready on ilie shortest notice.* There is A TELEPHONE In the STABLE, Connected with the Eureka Ton. and Albion mines on Ruby Hill, and nil the principal business p’aces in Eurekn Hors s foci by the day and month, just to suit. E\> ry thing hire d at the lowest figures at the Eureka Livery and Feed Stable d22-lm THOMAS TRAINER, Proprietor. BrownJassel&Co. . ...DEALERS IN.... Men’s, Boys’, Youths’ Ladies' MISSES’ AND CHILDREN'S Boots, Shoes! Slippers . .ALSO, ALL KINDS OF ... . Rubber Goods. Leather and Findings. % K**l Rule of Mail! Street, EUREKA, NEVADA. Eureka, March 3, 1882. mh4tf NOTICE ‘ QONVER8ION OF WATCHES. EITHER IN fhelr Escapemeiiti or iu their Wlmllug ArraoKfineulN, Done as hitherto, at reasonable charges. NailHl'arilon jfnttrnuteeil or monoy reftauiled. ED. WILHELM. Eureka, March 1,1882. inb2tf Social Dancing Class. A Dancing 01?s« will be started - at New Town, Ruby Hill, on 9atur. day evening, Oct QH, 1982, by T. II. 'i-liiaden. Terras: Gentlemen, eightC.& 1 •‘taona, $.5; class every Tuesday and Thursday ev -nings frurn 7:80 to 10:30 o’cl ck Ladies class, if desired, on Saturday evenings t*Tfufi, $2 60 per month. Ladies desirous of forming a claa* will please apply to J. X. Phil.lps orT. H. Riaden. Single lessons for gent.emen, $1. Ladies’ single lessons, 60 cents. Good music will be furnished by the Ruby Hill String Baud. Strict order will be observed. fo27tf] T. H. RI8DEN, Instructor. F U RNI SHE DROQMS^ I HAVE JUST REFITTED AND FURNISH J ed my Lodging-house, and am prepared 1o let furnished rooms to famiHea or singly rooms are large and airy, and will he let on reasonable terms. Apply on the premises. t0 MRS. J. H. DENNIS. At the brick build ng nearly opposite the City Brewery, on Buel street. d!2tf ( 1HECK NO. 229--G. K. OLAHKK, firpEIb int- odent, on Paxton A Co. for $208 81 payable to J. I Grimth, District Attorney', Payment has been stopped. Any person hav ing found the above check will confer a favor bj leaving it at Paxton A Co ’e Bank. Eureka, Jan. 3,1883. Ja4-2w Hooks & Knicks, Attention! i N ADJOURNED MEETING OF YOUR Company will take place NEXT TUES DAY EVENING, the 9th instant. A full at tendance is desired, as business of importance will be transacted. ja8td WALTER B. LONG, Secretary, C. PREYOST..Proprietor GEORGE ELSTON.Stage Manager PKOF. PLUMHOFF.Musical Director To-Niglit and Until Further Notice , Engagement of the Famous ZANFRETTA SISTERS, Serio Comic Singers ami Fancy Dancers. Engagement of FREDERIC RITCHIE The most original German Comedian and Specialty Performer on the American Stage. Engagement of the Great Contralto, Miss Carrie He Melverne, CECRCE ELSTON, Comedian, etc. Miss Zoo Boll, Ballad Singer, etc. Christmas might First appearance of the New York Comedv Team, J. P. Carroll & Ohas. Nelson, In their Irish specialty entitled “The Rail* road Strike,” introducing song*, dances, repartee, etc. FRESH talent to arrive. J. SCHILLER Has received a large stock of assorted Foreign Goods in samples, also the best Domestic Goods, which he offers to make up in the best of styles and warrant every garment a perfect fit. arcw Miiite, The Celebrated Ooatmaker, will attend to the cutting and fitting. Call at SCHILLER'S place and be con vinced. n2tf SONO OF THE "EOYAL ST. JOHN.” A Saint, I come to every home, And by my presence cheery, I banish care, and burdens bear, Of women worn and weary. I ran so light, I look so bright, The ladies dote upon me; No noise I make, no threads I break; Though back and forth you run me. Through every kind of goods I go: Silk, muslin, cloth and leather; Though all machines refuae to sew, Yet I sew on forever. No heads I pain, no eyes I strain, To find the way to thread me; No holes have I, wave needle’s eye, To muke a cause to dread me. I’m cheap and good, and if you should But for a moment doubt me, Be sure you try, and then you’ll buy, And never be without me. i seam, I uom. I fen, j bind, I ruffle, tack and gather; And all machines 1 T-ave behind, Wlille I iew on forever. The ROYAL 1m really a curiosity to see, ar.d all thn*e interested iu sewing machines should not fail to call at war. JOANNES' U1IOE 8t'01t£ And look at it. Jy23tf Reduction in Prices ....AT^, Monaco’s City PliotograpliGallery None but the best and most life like pictures are taken at this gallery, witn all the latest improvements of finish and style. COPYING eitW plain or finished “2 Crayon, Color or Ink, made a specialty—Crayon work particularly. Also, enlarging orreduc lng to any size desired. Honth Main street, Eureka. a&tf For Sale orLease ^IlHL STONE FIRE-PROOF STORE BUILD I mg on Main street lately ooenpled by Pete Hansen. For particulars apply to Enr.k.. March BT^OHELMAN, WOODI^WOOD! WANTED-TO TRADE A NEW SINGER SewiDK M.chlne for Oordwood. Applj ii uk MetLuJlkt OLurob, lukki. ••Mu i mi ■ im\ i ■ m.1. "nr 1 /m ___ | ______ MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. £0. WILHELM Chronometer, Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweler and Optician, The Only Strictly First-Class Jewelry Establishment in E reka. THE WATCH DEPARTMENT 8 well stocked with Ladies’, Gents and Boys' Swiss and American Watches from tho leading factories, in Nickel, Silver and Gold. THE JEWELRY DEPARTSEHT Contains the largest selection of Finn Jewelry ever shown in this city, ornamented with DIAMONDS and other precious stones. SILVER-PLATED WARE. I keep constantly on hand a full line of the goods of the Middletown Plate Company, which is justly celebrated for the exquisite designs and finish as for tho sterling quality of their goods. SOLID SILVER WARE. I keep only the goods of the Gorham Manufacturing Company of Providence and New York, which is a guarantee that I k«*p the very best. OPTICAL DEPARTfiSSNT. This department contains a choice selection of optical goods generally found at a first-class optician’s. Connected with this is tho SPECTACLE DEPARTMENT, Which is replete with all the different styles of spectacle* and Eye Glasses. Having made a special study of optic* and opthalmology, so far as they relate to oach other, patrons may rest assured of always getting suitable glasses, whatever the defect ot their eyes may bo. THE CLOCK DEPARTMENT Is well stocked with Clocks for the Cabin, the Kitchen, the Tarlor the Bod-room, the Bar, tho Hall, the Office, and the Observatory, in fact, with Clocks of every description, from the cheapest to tho most expensive. Dealing directly with the manufacturers, I can assure . patrons that I sell goods as cheap as any house East or West. The Watch Repairing Department Is certainly the boat appointed on this Coast. Among the reasons which commend this house to the attention of the public requiring the services of a Watohmaker are the following: Customers are absolutely secure against the botching of their watches, which is of no small importance, if it is considered that 99 per c ur of all watches are worn out by bad watchmakers. All watches left with me for repairs are insured against loss by fire. An honest guarantee is given for one year, in which space of time the watches are cleaned several times, if necessary, free of charge, liepairing moneys are refunded without the slightest prevarication in case 1 should fail i > giveperfeotsatis faction, and lastly, but not least, NO MONEY IS EVER OBTAINED UNr;ER FALSE PRETENSES ! Repair to rJemelry Bffeatly Done! Man Spricnt Deutsch. On Parle Fransais. •Fust Received -j9lH\TI5Z>--— DAILY ARRIVING The Fluent nml Must Fnshiminble Sloeh or Clothing and Finding tools TO BE FOUND IN EUREKA, A.rc J. COMM’S. Having jnst returned from Nan Francisco, where I st lcelcl wiitispc elal care my goods for the Holiday Trade, the ol.l goods hating been Mold off during my late difficulty. I can no* place before you a FRESH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT. You can find lioro The Finest French Diagonals, Cassimere, Doeskin, XXXXXX Beaver and Scotch Tweed Suits. She Latest in Overcoats, Ulsters and Ulsterettes, Fur aud Beaver Hats and Caps. The BEST of BOOTS, SHOES, Etc. It will justify you in calling before going elsewhere, and I will guarantee to satisfy the most fastidious and economical. Truly yours, Eureka, Not. 54*1865. " n55tf Special Notice! Special Notice!. The Bazar Clothing Store! Selling off Regardless of Cost! NO FALSE REPRESENTATIONS! , CLOTHING AT AN ACTUAL SACRIFICE! . The Following Explains: An l have made arrangements to enter in another line of business, I will, front the aist lust., sell my large stock ol Gents' Clothing and Fur nuhing Goods, Boots and Mliocs. Blankets,.tints, t aps, Boys and Youths'' Clothing Regardless of Cost. This must ho u sweeping sale. NO HUMBUSI NO HUMBUG! All tbat I ask Is a call from you, and you will Bud that I must and will sell my goods cheaper than yon eau buy them at auction price* here, lu Nan Francisco or at I lie Fast, and for Ihe reason above men* Honed. Necessity compels me lo make a great suer luce. Fixtures, Looking-glasses, snd one of the best Safes lu Eureka will bo sold at a sacrifice. You will be greatly benefited by calling, snd then you will find out tbat my prices are astonishingly low. SALE TO COMMENCE TIIE 21st INST. TEEMS, STRICTLY CASH. All persons Indebted to me will please cell aud settle. Respectfully d. nathAkt, _—_Baiar Clothing Store, Main Street. Eureka. alf harhisT —dialer in— Gents’ Famishing Goods, Hats, Gaps, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Tranks, Valises, Eto. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY FINEST AND MOST COMPLETR STOCK IN EUREKA Full Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Ons door north of the Parker Hobs*, lorek*.