Eureka iBailjj Sentinel.
BATURDAY.JPLY 16. 1887.
A NKBCirCL JUDGE.
The San Francisco Post says there
was a curious scene yesterday in Police
Court No. I. Judge Ilornblower had
to submit, with a sufficiently ill grace,
to a public castigation from an officer of
bis own court. The provocation which
impelled Prosecuting Attorney Coffey to
ignore the rules of legal etiquette and
denounce the conduct of the infallible
bench was glaring enough to justify al
most any departure from ordinary cus
toms. Judge Hornblower had taken it
upon himself, in the temporary absence
of the Prosecuting Attorney, to dismiss
the case of H. G. Gerdes, charged with
The name of the defendant in this
case has become familiar recently to
every reader of local news, and presum
ably is not unknown to Judge Horn
blower. Gerdes is the druggist whose
carelessness in reading a prescription
cost the life of Frank Manley. He put
np three grains of morphine, for internal
use, in two doses instead of twelve.
Each of his doses was sufficient to kill
three men. His excuse was that the
prescription was illegible, and that he
was not acquainted with the toxic effects
of morphine. That excuse alone would
have been a sufficient offense to demand
an investigation, if there had been no
human life to answer for. When a
pharmacist, licensed to handle deadly
drags, declares himself ignorant of the
effects of the commonest poison in the
whole range of medicine, it is time to
take some measures for the protection of
The illegibility of the prescription was
no mitigation of the offense of the drug
gist. It merely put the physician in the
same boat. Gerdes was charged with
manslaughter by a Coroner’s jury, and if
ever a case should have been sifted his
should have been. It was not merely
that he had caused the death of one man.
That would have been enough, but there
was more. His offense was typical.
People have been killed in the same way
in San Francisco before, and ignorant
dealers in poisons have the lives of
thousands at their mercy every day. It
was the duty of every person in author
ity to do his share toward letting in the
light upon the reckless methods of
blundering practitioners. If Mr. Coffey
had been remiss, Judge Hornblower
should have compelled him to attend to
his duty. Instead of that, the Judge
took the first opportunity to drop the
case surreptitiously from the calendar,
and he now objects to restoring it.
There is an additional defendant now
in this affair. The investigation of
Gerdes should be pushed, and to that
we should add an investigation of Judge
Hornblower. Perhaps the inflexible
jurist whose stern virtue in relation to
drunks and disorderly boys has been so
obtrusive can explain his remarkable
conduct to the public satisfaction. VVe
hopo he may.
A PROBLEM OF IMMIGRATION.
The New York Herald Bays Mr. Pow
derly has attracted the attention of the
workingmen of the country to the sub
ject of immigration. The business de
pression which has prevailed in all parts
of the world during the last decade has
naturally created a certain amount of
restlessness among wage workers. In
the desire to better their condition, or at
any rate to get bread enough for their
families, they have rushed in increasing
numbers to America. All nationalities,
from the extieme uorth to the tropics,
have fled from the starvation wages of
the continent, and when they reach our
shores many of them have nothing but
their rags and their rugged physical
strength to depend on.
As a consequence the competition in
all fields of industry is becoming sharper
every day. There are crowds of un
skilled workmen who snap at any job at
auy price as a trout at a fly. If they
cannot get full wages, they get what
they can and wait for a better oppor
tunity. Doubtless there is among them
a great deal of the very best material,
anil doubtless, also, there are some who
will always be a burden on society.
Here is a matter in which the wage
earners are intensely interested. It is
peculiarly their problem. They will re
member that months ago the Herald
published a long series of articles on the
comparative condition of labor in the
great cities of Europe and America. We
employed expert correspondents, who
carefully examined the state of the dif
ferent trades abroad, and the result
startled the wholo community. It was
made evident that the wage earners in
all parts of Europe are looking with
eager eyes to this country, and hope
seme day to share the advantages which
aro here afforded. Large numbers of
them have already come over, large num
bers are on their way, aud still larger
numbers are Baviug up their hard earned
pennies to accomplish the dream of a
The Knights of Labor are looking
these facts in the face, and it is full time
they did so. Interviews with a few of
them show that the solution of the prob>
lem is at some distance yet.
Hot* a Trvaknry Secretary Has
Been Kobbluic the Uorrrsmrnl.
A Washington dispatch saya: The ca
reer of Osoar J. Harvey, the Treasury
Chief of Division, who was arrested Fri
day night for a series of brilliant and
andacioas forgeries, baa ronsed the Gov
ernment officials to an energetio scrutiny
of tbe routine of business and ite meth
ods that has never been equaled. Tbe
fact that the Bacon defalcation was per
petrated under the very nose of the Ad
ministration, and that tbe Harvey forger
ies were carried or for two years with
out discovery, has completely knocked
politics ont of either matter, and leaves
the Administration with nothing to claim
on the score of more honest employes
aud better business methods than it al
It was discovered by inquiry at the
Treasury Saturday that the auditing of
ficers had not the slightest idea of how
the disbursing offioers of the Govern
ment stand to-day, and that there is
not a single disbursing clerk npon whom
there is a check placed by any of the
present systems of doing business.
Harvey’s crimes and bis confession are
especially boldly defined by reason of their
brilliant background. They possess a bon
vivant, an art amateur, an educated and
refined soul, a small salary, an expert pen
man, and a light moral responsibility —
these all form tbe combination that
helped to down him.
'Harvey is a handsome and dashing
looking man of 36 years, wall edaoated
and of literary and legal attainments.
He has been very popular, and has moved
in the best society. He was a college
mate of William T. Smith, tbe late As
sistant Secretary of the Treasury, and
was appointed largely through bis influ
ence. When Smith left his $4,500 secre
taryship to become the solicitor of the St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba road,
Harvey gave him a dinner which was the
talk of Treasury circles for several days.
To-day the investigations show that Har
vey got $2,500 in cash from the Treasury.
Tbe Southern Bourn.
Sax Dieoo, July 10.—About the great
est achievement in real estate sales so far
recorded as the result of the Southern
California boom took place yesterday. In
tbe morning the Pacifio Coast Land
Bureau announced that tbev would sell
lots in theoew town of San Miguel, about
ten miles from this city, in the Sweet
water valley. The town site is just south
of tbe lake caused by tbe Sweetwater
dam, and is the present terminoB of tbe
newly-oompleted motor from SaD Diego.
The price was put at $50 per lot, with tbe
understanding that they would be raised to
day to $100. The excitement was intense,
and all day and far into tho night a surg
ing crowd besieged tbe office of tbe com
pany, keeping the employes busy taking
in money and handing out receipts. Up
to midnight 3,000 lots had been sold and
about $150,000 realized as the result of
one day’s sales. From present appear
anoes it actually looks as if a large part of
tbe population of San Diego has gone
wild, aDd tbe probability is that the ad
vanced prioe will not make muoh differ
ence in the salos to-morrow.
A Prodtnble Day’s Work.
The United States Circuit Court did a
profitable day’s work recently. Seventy
fonr ChmameD were brought before it on
writs of habeas corpus. They wanted to
land and tbe Restriction Act interfered
with their wish. But Judge Sawyer re
moved this trifling obstruction. The
Court had the self-denial to remand two of
the Coolies, and thus keeps $35 out of the
hands of the Clerk. Every Chinaman
who passes through the habeas corpus
hopper pays $17 50 in fees to the Clerk for
the privilege. The 72 Chinamen admitted
stand, therefore, no lesB a sum thaD
$1,200. The Clerk of the Cirouit Court
has the singular good fortune to be a
nephew of Judge Saywer.—Examiner.
Tli© World Move©.
“ Well, well, it's astonishing bow the
young ones of to day play their games,”
said an old gentleman the other day as he
stood on a corner adjusting his glasses to
watch some girls jumping rope on the
other side of the street. “Just look at
them girls jumpin’ rope with heels tied to
their shoes, and, by hookey, they jump
two ropes going different ways at the same
time. When I was a lad it was as much as
wo could do to jump one rope with our
plain shoes on.” The girls be referred to
had on roller skates and were performing
the difficult feat of “ hop scotch ” with a
oouple of actively turned ropes.—Phila
Another Ofliclnl Thief.
Ban Jose, July 12.—In the oount of the
money in the City Treasury that has just
been made by City Clerk Bodley and the
Finance Committee a deficiency of $3,7211
has been discovered. The shortage was
found in a tray that should have con
tained $14,000 in coin, but which was
dummied with half dollars and paper with
a covering of gold pieces. Mr. Wilson,
the Treasurer, says that the tray it in the
same condition as when be took the office,
but this version is not accepted by the
officials. Arobie McDonald, one of the
bondsmen, ban been placed in oharge of
the office for the present.
A Terrible Flood In Idaho.
Poktland, July 12.—Marry, Idaho, ad
vices of the 9th instant state that the
dam confining the waters of Blossom lake,
near there, has given away and a terri
ble flood is rushing down through the for
est canyon, sweeping all before |t. The
entire line of the Thompson road ia along
the course of the flood, and much anxiety
is felt for the incoming coach and passen
gers. Mountain City ia probably swept
away, and if many lives are not lost it is a
miracle. The telegraph is annihilated for
miles, and the entire damage and loss will
not be known for several days,
Reno Gazette: An old lady and two of
her daughters, passengers on an emigrant
car of laat evening’s west-bound train,
“ got left.” They went lo a restaurant on
Commercial Row, and while oating saw
the train move off. They made a vigor
ous effort to catch It, but were unsuccess
ful. The old lady for a while was incon
solable, but was Anally quieted by beiug
told that her baggage would be cared for
and that she could leave for her destina
tion on this morning’s “ through by day
Mrs. David Geyner, of Richmond, Indi
ana, took her horse and buggy and in
dustriously brought in voters to the polls,
thereby electing her husband Council
man by five votes.
in VI.NO DOWN A Nil A IT.
How liauiberl Frupniril to lieseiie
the Fire Vletlum.
Id a recent interview with a Ban Fran
cisco Call reporter, P. A. Humbert, for
merly Superintendent of the Bullion
mine, made a statement, of which the fol
lowing is a brief summary:
“I offered to descend the Gould A Carry
shaft to rescue the victims in a diving
machine, and telegraphed the offer to Mr.
Patton, hut his response was that the
shaft had caved; thin, therefore, barred
out any help in that direction.
Now, I claim that had several divers
been nsed. the men on the upper level
would certainly have been reached long
before the rescuing party got to them;
several could have penetrated into the
drifts, though filled with gas, and abso
lutely packed the men out. I am willing
to put a diver on, walk five feet under
water or go into a room filled with
the most deadly gas and remain for over
an hour, lighting apparatus I use an elec
trio incandescent light, with a portable
The Bull Was master There.
A formidable band of bailiffs visited re
cently one of tbe largest farms in tbe dis
trict of North Wales, now disturbed by
tbe tithe war. On presenting themselves
at tbe door of the honse tbe bailiffs in
quired from the servant if her master was
at home. “ No, he is not,” answered the
se/vant. ‘‘Is your mistress in?” “Yes,
she is. Do you want to see her?” Upon
this tbe mistress of tbe honse, a smart,
sprightly woman, made her appearance.
“Is the master in?” again inquired tbe
bailiffs. “ Ob, yes, sure,” was the ready
reply; “would you like me to send him
to you ? ” “ If you please, missus,” an
swered the bailiffs. “ Will you go into the
yard and he will be with you directly.”
The farmer’s wife then closed tbe front
door and passed through the back to tbe
farm buildings and unloosened the bull.
It came roaring into tbe yard where the
bailiffs were awaiting tbe master. “There,
this is the master here," called out the
dame, as the representatives of the Ec
clesiastical Commissioners beat a hasty
retreat, mounting the gate and fenoe
with tbe greatest alacrity.—St. James’
What n Small I»ok »l«t at a Race
A New York dispatch of a recent date
says: The sport at Brighton Beach vraH
interrupted by a serions accideat. In the
fourth race a small dog ran across the
track, oausing Jesse to swerve and fall,
and Wonderment and Pbomosa fell over
her. When the three jockeys, who went
down with their animals, were extricated,
it was found that Chandler had escaped
with a severe shock, that Kerber had his
right arm broken and that Harris was
bleeding and insensible, with bis tongue
nearly cut off and hanging out of his
mouth, and with other injuries which
makes his recovery doubtful.
Birthmarks anil CoDteni|»t of Court
Judge Tuthill, of Chicago, has added
something new to the list of offences
against judical authority and dignity.
He recently sentenced a dootor and a
woman to pay a fine and undergo im
prisonment for destroying the birthmark
on a baby. As the mark was removed by
cutting the flesh away the offenders might
have been dealt with for cruelty or even
mayhem. But curiously enough they
were punished for contempt of court, the
contempt being the attempted destruction
of evidence—the birthmark—necessary to
determine the identity of the child in a
case pending in oourt.
A Cool Ml nice Bobber.
One night last week some unknown per
son cleaned up the boxes in T. B. Price’s
drift-claim at Cox Bar. After getting the
amalgam from the boxes the thief went
into the tnnnel, built a fire, and proceeded
to retort the gold. After leaving the
claim the robber passed Tinsley’s place
and, stopping at one of the out houses,
very oooly went through the garments of
some young fellows who were sleeping
there. He then went on bis way, and up
to this time has not been discovered,
ne is thought to be a Chinaman.—Trinity
Didn’t Know the Uame.
Daring fail recent visit to Earope Mr.
Blaine w&b asked repeatedly to play draw
poker. To all invitations of the kind he
answered that be did not know the game.
He did not objeot, however, to drinking
an oocaiional glass of beer or wine.
Charles Ferraris has just received a lot
of the genuine K. of L. gloves, and will in
the future keep a regular assortment of
such goods. They aro particularly adapted
for the working class. He is also a dealer
in boots and shoes of every description.
Custom work a specialty. Repairing
neatly done. Prices reasonable. Call
and examine for yourselves. Place of
business on Main street. *
Attention, Art I/ovttrn.
J. B. Monaco, the portrait artist will re
main in Eureka for a .ow weeks only.
Persona desiring good pictures (either in
oil or crayons) at very moderate prioos,
should avail themselves of the opportunity
without delay. Everybody is lnvitod to
call and examine his samples at Mouaoo’s
photograph gallery. *
J. W. Brown, having removed from
Ruby Hill to the moat oentral part of the
distriot, is ready to receive orders to do
general hauling. Those desiring his serv
ices oan leave their orders at bis residence
on Ruby Hill Avenue, formerly oooupiod
by U. H. Conklin. *
An opportunity to
obtain ins traction in the
Vocal Art. I will alao Instruct
In the Art of Music Reading. I
Time, Tone Relations, etc.
Special attention will be paid to VOIOE
CULTURE. Primary instructions on the
Ouitar. Terms REASONABLE.
Residence, Spring street, between ltateman
and Clark. WILLIAM SAMPSON.
Eureka^June 28,1887. j20-lm
OF TUE SEASON
Arrangements have been made
with the Eurek i and Pabsade Railroad
Company for the Grandest Excursion that has
ever left Enreka. A train of
FIVE PASSENGER COACHES
Will start from the E. k P. Railroad Depot on
the morning of
SUNDAY, JULY 17,
At 8 o’clock sharp, stopping at Mineral Hill and
Union Station, arriving at Palisade at 11:30 a.
m , making the run in the fast time of three
hours and thirty minutes.
Excursionists will find an abundance of
pleasure at Palisade in
There is araplo shade along the banks of tbe
Trees aed Grassy Keaton.
Shtdy Nooks end Grottoes. Delightful end
Picturesque spots for lunch parties and private
Returning, t’ie train will leave Palisade at 5
o’clock v m. the same dsy, arriving at Eureka
at 8:30 r. m., giving tbe excursi nlsts five and
a half hours at Palisade, the moat picturesque
spot in Nevada. _
Robinson’s Mammoth Circus,
Consisting of three rings in one tent, and the
greatest Managerie traveling, will show at
Elko on Monday, July 18, and those who wish to
gee it will have * splendid opportunity, as fur
ther arrangements hxve been made with the
Central Pacific Railroad Company for those de
siring to go to Elko on this occasion. They
can return to Eureka and way points from
Palisade on their excursion tickets on Tuesday,
tbe 19th Inst
Fsre for the round trip to Palisade and re
turn to Eureka
ONLY $2 50.
Children from 5 to 12 years, tl 50; under 5, free.
On acconnt of the heavy expense attached
to this excursion, it is uederstood that
Must be subscribed before the Excursion can
take place. The subscription book is now open
at the Postoffice bookstore.
DON’T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY.
MAIN ST., EUREKA, NEV.
WE DESIRE To INFORM THE,
public that w« are now reeelT-l
lng a Urge (apply of
Fall and Winter Goods
Selected and purchased by Mr. George Tsssell,
of tbe firm of Tsssell Bros., with special ref
erence to the present wants of the people of
Enreka and vicinity, among recent receipts
may be mentioned afnll lino of Gents' Lsdles’
and Children's Rubber Good*; Gent*', Boys'
FINE CALF BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladles’and Misses' Calf and Goat heavy-but
ton Boots and Balmorals. These goods, which
are of the latest stylo, and made by the beat
manufacturers of California and the East, will
be sold at prices in keeping with the times.
Eureka, November 10,1886. nll-tf
NO POISONOUS POMES!
And take no other. The beat and most uniform
Powder In the market
For sale at R. BADLER’8,
Or VULCAN POWDER CO.,
jyl 218 California street, San Francisco.
T)ID8 will be received to AND IN
-D eluding August 5 for patting an Iron roof
on the Schoolbouse in the town of Eureka
AU the materials to be furnished by tho con
tractors. The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids. For particulars Inquire of
W. H. STOWELL,
Clerk of the Eureka School Board.
Eureka, July 6,1887. Jy7-td
A LOT OF HORSES, MABE8 AND COLTS.
'V belonging to tbe estate of J. M. C'omaita,
deceased, will bo sold shortly. For particulars,
Inquire of CHARLES FEURAKIS.
jy9-2w • Main street. Eureka.
T ■ • Weak.Nerv
rree I realise™,
How to re
tor Nervotm and Mental diaeaare. TRIAD BENT
Addreaa, DR. J. W. BATE & OO.
283 8 Clark atreet,
WEAK, NERVOUS MEN
Suffering from Nervom Debility, Premature
Decliue, Exhausted Vitality, Weakness of
Body and Mind, etc., we will send you full par
ticulars of the only safe and natural home cure
free of charge. Address Heidelberg do. 268
W. nth etnot, New York. aa-arud&w
And oonvince yourselves that yon oan
purchase, this season, a oheaper and bet
ter assortment of
NICE, FRESH GOODS
Than from any other bonse East of Ban
Franciseo. Prices on
All Goods Greatly Retail
To suit the times. I buy my goods for
cash, and am enabled to sell them cheaper
than anybody. I am constantly receiving
large stocks of
Groms and frovisions!
And will sell them at bedrook prices. I
have a very fall stock of
Liquors of All Kinds !
And of the Best Brands.
Fruits tb Nuts,
Of this year's crop.
FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CANDIES
Recoived by every train.
CELERY,CAULIFLOWER and LETTUCE
By every train.
TURKEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS AND SEESE,
In great abnndance, very nice; can't be
better in any market, and soil them at
way down prices.
Gall and examine the
goods and prices, and see
if what I tell you is not cor
rect. B. BERG,
Main street, Eureka.
To The Front!
Adjoining Mrs Brown's Restaurant, East Bide
of North Main street,
WILL SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER
House in Eureka, Constantly increas
ing stock ol
Crocories, Hardware, Crockery
Keeps a full line of the best manufacturers
of Cutlery, Furniahlug Goods. Not Iona, etc.
Hie Sporting Emporium la replete with Shot
guns, Rifles, Piatola. Powder, Shot and Car
tridge* of all deacriptlon* at the lowcat fig
Specialty In fresh butter and Egga. Fruit
and Vegetables, Nuts and Candies.
New Goods received by every train. Call
and get pricea.
Eureka, Nevada, June 4, 18gT. j5-tf
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
The roomb ajie hard finished, new.
Ijt and elegantly furnlebed, and are apa
Single Rooms or In Suites.
Vae lie All the Beonu.
Oonneoted with the Hotel la the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
* . a .AND THE....
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA
A. 1ACHSOS, Proprietor.
Formerly of tbo Jackacn Honae, at Hamilton
Corner of Clark Street,
SINGLE & DOUBLE ROOMS
By tie Day, Week or Monti
ED. ROBERTS, Proprietor.
Enreke, Nevada, April 91, 1888. a99.tf
/ AWING TO AN INCREASE IN THE RES
V-' taurant business, and wishing to make
more room for the purpose of accommodating
my customers, I am desirous of disposing of
my Candy business, which I will sell at a low
valuation (or cash, If an early application is
made. MRS. JULIA BROWN.
Eureka, June M, 1887. J26-tf
The brick building formerly oc
cupted by the Knight Brothers, 1* for
rent. For particulars, apply to
B. F. McEWBN.
Eureka, April 1,1887. a2 tf
1AM MAKINO MY SPICED PRESSED
Corned Beef ,for Picnics, Miners' and Fam
ily use. GEORGE BAILEY, Agent,
nrtll-tf Next door to the Postottice.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Boys' Watches with Chains „
Cents’ Watches with Chains,|q
AH warranted to keep
Pioneer Jewelry sit
Eureka, June l, l, 1807.
North Main Ntreet, Knrrka,
All Kinds of Fresh Fruits.
Fresh Fish Received Every
Country Produce a Specialty
FOR OAflH, I Will lell floods nh..
than any house in town * e®**W
on°Miln a" re""”''* ** 0Dtfl*' “th* «<*
Knreka, Feb. 8. 1888. f ^
rVDBING MY ABSENCE FROM EUREKA
Mr. W. E. Griffin will take fall chariot
all my 1 MU ranee bueineea heretofore conducted
me- __ A. A. ANDRE.
The undersigned, successor to A. A. Andn,
will continue the Insurance Business in all its
branches, will attend to all renewals, audio,
llcite new business.
Ornci in the Eureka County Bank Bniidisf
W. E. GBIFFIN.
Eur ka, January M, 1887. jaJ5-«
Tie Ha County M
(Bncceaaor to Paiton k Co.)
Capital Stock, i 3100,000
WU^nnY AND BELL EXCHANQE OS
"* Han Frauclaco. New York. Loodon and
1 the principal Eastern and European Cities.
M. D. FOLEY, DANIEL MFYEH,
It. K. MORRISON, B. GILMAN,
M. D. FOLEY.Prritdent
H. T. HOADLEY.Caahlet
W. E, GRIFFIN.Aaalatant Cashier
Hilling Hint Other Block* Honght
ami Nolil on t'onnuUalon.
Enreka, March 25,1885. mh26-tf
Clop Hoose and Coofecliwi
Main itreet, one door north of Poetofflce,
MRS. JULIA BROWN, : : PROPRIETRESS,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Oytlere reeelretl <1 telly by enpreee
and all the delloaelei of the market kept
conetanily on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place In Eureka where CiNDT
maunfactared. Freeh and Choice OaLdlee (M
eale, either wholeeale or retail.
(Formerly the Turner Home),
Noiitli Kulu Street, Knreka,
P. McElroy, s i Proprietor.
This old established hotel has
just been thoroughly renovated maw
paired, tnd will be kept In Ibe beat ®eM«
for the oomfort and accommodation of gue.».
■Loom*, Single or in Snitei.
Lodgings, 80c, 78e and
Board, 87 per week, Meal* BOe
The beat In the market will be ,erTe<1'
The Bar la atocked with the beat brandi of
Wlnos, Liquors and Gig*"
The Railroad Ooaoh takes Passenger* ^
from the Depot. "
Tub copartnership 5*^5° k!B?.
existing between O. C. and
Reid and E. O. Junes In the tlacksnil pjM
ranching business In Eureka and " iiM0]ved.
counties, State of Nevada, has been . in
E. 0. Jones having sold hii '“^tire la
the blacksmlthing busiueis. and n whlto
terest In the Warm Springs K ‘nc >, horse*'
Pino county, Nevada, consisting nocl
cattle, calves, and the various »PP j,»»apb
thereunto belonging to the nacu hlBg
Hancock. The blsck.m thing andl r» tW
business will hereafter be conducted »
name of 0.0.
All person* harta* account* «•*»•* tb*d ,11
wili plea*e present them Immediate >* «>t
person* Indebted to the old Ann
lie up ** won *s ‘)0,“b(le'c.'K">aLI£KT * CO.
Eureka, June 3,1887.
m2U-tf Union City, Enrek.|county*
Mrs. H. Zottman’a bathing establish
ment is now open, and those desiring
either hot or cold water baths have an op
portnnity of doing so for the small sum of
25 oerts each. Also those wishing to take
swimming h-.*bs "an do so at the same
pr se. Swimming to commenoe at 8
o’clock p. m., and continue until mid
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