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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SATURDAY, XKl’TKM l;Klt !i,HS7ti. A U K N rS. W. 11. WILSON.Piocho DOCTOP 0. SHUL'/.E.Ruby Hill WILL RAMIITTS.Palisade A. M. lLjANE.Austin T. STARR..*.Hamilton 11. P. 8TIMLER.H' lmont 011AS. 11. STEITHEiUlER.'lybo C11AS. W. CRANE, at No. 4&! Montgomery utroot,is Solo Agont for tho Eureka Daily Akstlski. in San rrancisco. Persons in that city having busiuoss ivith this office are re auostoil to comiuuniento with him ALK. CHART'/ is authomod to rncoive suo jeriptions for tho Skxtiski, and collect for the samo in this town. All persons in Eu reka -wing for subscriptions will make payment to him. QIIAN I'l.HM. One of the most earnest assertions nt tho Democracy is that the election of Hayes will perpetuate Granlism. Hayes is certainly not is any way re sponsible for tho mistakes of the pres ent Administration. He was not sus pected of dealing in gold on Black Fri day. He never appointed Murphy in the New York Custom-house. He did not appoint Belknap oi; Williams lo his Cabinet, and bo never dismissed Secretaries Jewell and Bristow. Gov ernor Hayes never appointed Babcock to be his Private Secretary, and lie has no Brother Orville, no brother in-law Casey or Dent. He never accepted any bribes, does not love fast horses, nor drive four in-hand, nor smoke ci gars. Hayes does not own a cotiaireat Long Branch, does not desire to run for a third term, has no Seneca stone quarries, and is not ambitious liko Cco sar; and so we see noGrantlsm involv ed in his election. Tlie foregoing is from the San Fran cisco Chronicle. It is a brief but forci ble arraignment of President Grant’s administration; no Democrat could put the shortcomings of the President in stronger languago; but how, .we would like to know, is the Republican pross to reconcile such utterances as the above with the seventeenth plank of the National Republican platform adopted at Cincinnati, and which reads as follows: The National Administration merits commendation for its honorable work in the management of domestic and foreign atlairs, and President Grant de serves the continued and hearty grati tudo of the American people for bis patriotism and his immense service in war and peace. To what extent Governor Hayes is responsible for the mistakes of the present Administration is a question that is at least open to inquiry. It cannot be successfully denied that the Republican party, of which Mr. Hayes is just now a very conspicuous mem ber, has emphatically indorsed every ouo of those “ mistakes,” whether they bo few or numerous, great or small. The trouble is, that the Republican party, as a party, strenuously denies that any “ mistakes,” to put it no stronger, have been committed. The great mass of voters know better, and this is precisely why the people are so much incliucd to turn that parly out of power. If tlie Republicans lose in the ponding contest they may charge it all up to the injudicious attempt of their leaders to shield the rascalities of Grant’s administration. About Silvkr.—According to recent statistics the production of silver in the whole world in 1800 was* $35,000, OUO, which rose in 1850 to $42,500,000; in 1855 to $47,000,000, and 18(55 to about $(52,500,000. The production of this precious metal during the year 1873 is subdivided as follows: England and its colonies, $10,000,000; Norway, Sweeden and Denmark, $250,000; Rus sia, $500,000; Austria, $1,(520,000; tier many, $3,000,000; France, $2,000,000; Spain, $2,000,000; Sardinia, $500,000; Mexico, $20,000,000; Central and South America, $8,000,000; Canada. 900,000; United States, $3(5,500,000, which gives a total of $S5,250,000. Including (lie year 1873, it is estimated that (he total production of silver since the discov ery ol the now world by Christopher Columbus, has been $715,000,000, the largest source of accession, during late year*, being due to the Nevada mines) Unfair.—The Enterprise places an unfair construction on some remarks of ours regarding Col. Ellis. We were defending him against a paragraph going the rounds to tho etfect that he was a poor talker on the stump and in variably succeeded in putting his hear ers to sleep. In reply to this, we said that bu made a finished, scholarly speech, but that his best friends did not claim for him superiority as u great and impassioned orator. We say so still, and at the same time take pleasure in announcing that he is more thau the equal of his competitor on the stump. Thk Salt Lake Tribnne is informed by a gentleman who has been there, that in the black Hills, on what is known as Castle creek, is a large pyr amid of elk horns some seventy or eighty feet in height and probably a hundred feet in diameter. It must have been there for many years, as none of the Indiana in that section of the country know who put it there. Hostility Towards tub Germans. The hostility of the Hayes and Wheel er men in the East Is growing intense ly bitter towards the Germans. In Chicago, night before last, a Hayes and Wheeler procession fell upon a young German and kicked him so ter ribly in the abdomen that he died al most Instantly. TltK HVIjMOJT TAX AOAIX. Outside of Story county the press of tlie Slate has pretty generally pro nounced against any interference with the bullion tax law. The Umax Miner thus expresses its views on the subject, ! all of which we indorse: At the coming election the tax pay ers of Nevada will ha called upon to givo expression to their views on the question of a constitutional amendment having for its real object the repeal or reduction of the just and equitable tax on the net proceeds of mines. This cannot by any possibility be regarded as a party issue, but must be met alike by all Democrats and Republi, ns who have tlie prosperity of the State at heart. Tho Democratic primaries, for tlie selection of delegates to tlie County Convention are announced for next Saturday. Tho Republicans have not yet published their date, but it is to the manipulation of tlicso important pre liininary steps in tho campaign that the people must put forward their beat, efforts to protect themselves from the combination* formed by the moneyed rings to defeat them. Who in this dis trict has not heard the brag I lint both conventions were to be controlled by the creatures and tools of tho Califor nia street millionaires. It is not enough for them that they draw the lion’s share of the bullion product of the State. Their greed is not satiated in contemplation of the fact that for years the steady stream of gold and silver flowing from ttie mines of Ne vada into the coffers of San Francisco has enriched their city and built up around thorn a metropolis whose pro gress lias elicited the wonder and envy of llie world. It does not satisfy them that their great railroad corporation so discriminates in their favor and against Nevada that our citizens are forced to trade in San Francisco or pay exor hitant double freights. It does not satisfy them that tlie leading political events of this Slate have been shaped in tho little hack offices of the San Francisco capitalists, while the me chanic, the laborer, the mb'er, the far mer—the real citizens of Nevada— stand back and helplessly contemplate the undisguised tricknry by moans of which their ends are attained. No. Tiiey have gained such power hero by reason of the unscrupulous use of great wealth—by patronage, intimida tion and in some instances even brib ery—that they now tiave the unblush ing effrontery to ask that our State constitution be so amended that they may be relieved from their just pro portion of the legitimate taxation for the support of the Stato Government which protects them in the prosecution of their mining industries. The Silver Tongued.—Tom Fitch has been retained L>y the Republicans to stump California for Haves and Wheeler. The While Fine News has this justcriticism of his political course: “ Four years ago ho was stumping for the presidential nominees of the Dem ocratic party. The man's tongue is his only stock-in-irado., and his chin mu sic is sold to whichever party makes the best bid for it.” And commenting on the above the !Sa)t Rake Tribune gives him this gentle thrust under the fifth rib: “Tom sold some of that chin-music to I’righam, for $10,000 several years since, and it played the ‘silver-tongued orator’ out in Utah.” A Saratoga correspondent gushes thusly: Would you like to catch sight of a fashionable foot—a female one? Well, there it is resting on the green sward there—clad in the finest embroidered silk hose, encased in a white kid sandal, clasped over the an kle by some kind of white strap, and that strap united at the front by a glit tering rosette—Shades of Oral us and of Ind 1—composed entirely of diamonds set iu pearls. All ! a dear creature is the owner ol that foot, and proud—for see ! how she kicks it out to display it. Ben. Butler.— Benja min F. Butler, one of the most prominent inflation ists in the country, remarks the Grass Valley Union, is a candidate for nomi nation for Congress on the Republican ticket, in the Sixth District, Masschu sotts. Although tho Republicans claim to be sound on the hard money question, Benjamin finds no difficulty in reconciling his views to the platform of tho party, tie thinks he can get along easily with the party which has given the country greenbacks for six teen years, and has made no effort to ward a return to specie payments. A People’s Ticket.—W# hear a rumor that certain chronic soreheads have determined on getting up a Peo ple’s or Independent county ticket. It is to lie iioped that such will not tie done. It has been tried heretofore ami failed on every occasion. All can not bo public otUoers, and if there is any oue on toe Republican ticket that good and true party inen can not sup port, let them drop easy, but on no account attempt to break the party, for there is nothing in it. 1 It would appear from the above, from the Carson Tribune, that matters and things are not especially harmon ious with onr Republican friends in Ormsby. Apply the lash vigorously, Doacou, and make ’em stand in. Bold Attempt at Robbery.—In our telegraphic columns will be found a thrilling account of how eight high waymen raided a bank in Nort h Hold, Minnesota. The story reads almost like a fiction hut we presume it is trite. Thu hoisting works on the Coin stock are adopting a new kind of steam whistle, known as the one, three, five whistle. The Comstock papers speak of the sotin'd omitted by it as music. If it is music of the calliope sort, it’s no wonder that so many men walk into the shafts in the Comstock mines. Death in its most horrible form is pref erable to the lingeriogtortureof steam music. S,\rs lit hasn’t CHorrun.—Doctor Hu/.leit, of Dayton, telegraphs the ed itor of the Carson 7ribune that he hasn’t chopped politically. The Doc tor must indeed be a true blue to stick to a party that swapped him off two years ag i tor everything on the ticket from Constable up. Nhvaiia's population is not more than 00,001), and yet the Legislature numbers 75, or one to ev-ry )S00 in habitants. Not long since it was esti mated that one out of every fourteen voters was a candidate foroflice.—S. F. Call. Well, wlio’s running this State?— Carson Tribune. arrAl.l.tu.1*. Oue of Washakie's band of Sboslio. ties who, joined (ieneral Merrill's forces and went fo Silling Bull’s do minions, says the Silver State, jirrived in town tlie other day, having been sent back to the senlements with dis patches. He came from Ogden on ttie cars to have an interview with Naehes, chief of the Flutes. We learn from that noble red man that the Shoshone informed him that Merritt’s expedi tion on its way to join Crook, had sev eral skirmishes with small parties of hostile Indians in the Black Hills, and that the troops killed six In dians and took about 150 wo men and children prisoners. Among the Utier was a little w bite girl, with red hair, whom the Indians had prob ably stolen and adopted as a member of their tribe. The prisoners were sent to While Cloud agency, from which point a description of the pale taco child will he sent Hast with the view of ascertaining where she was captured, and restoring her to her rela tives. Naches says that tlie -Shoshone does not believe that Crook will over take .Silting Ball, as his forces are sup posed to have scattered and will go to the agencies in small bodies and sue tor peace and rations during the win ter. The bullion yield of the Consolidat ed Virginia mine for the past fiscal month is $328,577 17; the yield of tiie t alifornia for the same lime is $1,71)3, 7t«) 4-1, making a total for the two mines of $2,122,280 61. The percent age of gold in this bullion is nearly one half. A dividend of $1,080,000 lias been declared upon the capital stock of both these mines. The underground workmen of the Ophir mine have presented the sum of $1,240 50 to the tainily of Win. Hurd, who were lett without moans by the death of Mr. Hurd, killed in the Ophir about two months ago. The Bank of Nevada, San Francisco, refused to sell trade dollars save at par in gold. Brokers offer 100 cents iu silver for trade dollars. EASTERN DISPATCHES. >y Over laud Telegraph. [araciAi. to the daily •bntinel.1 TIic Pence t'omiiiissloiiera. Red Cloud Agency, Sept. G. TheSioux Indian Commission arriv ed bore this afternoon, having left Fort Laramie on tlie 4th, will* Capt. Kgan’s cavalry company as an escort. They saw no Indians on the way and found everything quiet at the agency, which is in charge of Lieut. O. Kiting. lien. MaoKenzie, commander of tire district, was present to tecci ■ elite Commission, and said he would aid it hy every means in his power. There is quite a large military force here and the In dians are in a dej tressed state of mind in consequence of the concentration of troops at the agency, and say they fear they are all to he massacred as soon as enough soldiers at rive. They hail the arrival of the Commission as a means of relief. Twenty or thirty lodges left tlte Red Cloud recently for the Spotted Tail agency through fear of danger hero. The Commissioners are anxious to proceed with the council without de lay, and will lose no time, but of course cannot say now when the council w ill lie field. Fast Nags. Spuing field, Mass., Sept. 7. In the free for-all races to-day, Cold smith Maid won in three strait heats. Smuggler broke several times, and though lie made some wonderful bursts of speed, w as nearly distanced once or twice. Bodme was second. Judge Fullerton third, ami Smuggler last. Tune, 2:19J4, 2:20/4, 2:22. In the3:32 race, Carrie N. won, with Wil liam II. second. Time, 2:29, 2:28, 2:28>S. Hold Attempt to Hob » Himli. Northnkld, Minn. Sept. 7. About ‘i o’clock this afternoon eight men well mounted entered tho town and proceed <d to tbe bank. Three of them entered it and sprang over the counter and ordered the cashier, J. L. Haywood, with a knifeto hie throat, to open the vault, and at the same tune all the other oflicere, A. K. Bunker, assistant casliier, and Frank Wilcox, clerk, were ordered to hold up their hands. Mr. Haywood refused to obey the orders and open the vault, and bis neck was then slightly scratched with a knife and he still resisting, a robber put the muzzle of a pistol to his right litiiple anti tired, and Haywood fell deati. They then turned to Mr. Bun ker and ordered him to open the vault. Ho said he did not know the combina tion, anti as the robbers inadea demon stration toward him, ho run out the back door. They tired at him, shoot ing him through the shoulder. Mr. Wilcox was not interfered with. While this was transpiring within ttie people without were doing good work. Two ofthe robbers were killed outright anti one wounded. The wounded man was taken away by his confederates. One of their horses was killed and one captured. The others did not get into tho vault, uor did they find the cash ier’s drawer. Four of the eight men came to town before midrlay and waited on the north side jif the bridge till the others came mu> town from Dundee. The men were well mounted and armed with navv revolvers and cartridges in belts around their bodies. When the robbers crossed the bridgi entering the town they drew their re volvers, and putting their horses in,o full gallop, pushed through the streets calling to the people on the walks to get inside and ornamenting their shouts with the most tiendish curses and imprecations. While the three men were engaged in the bank the others stood on the street, threatening to shoot any who inlerlered, and tired several harmless shots. A band of f>!) citizens was organized and started m pursuit. At last accotitus the rob iters ware only twenty-fire minutes ahead of the pursuers and are almost sure to Ito overtaken. The Vermont Meet Ion. Boston. Sept. 7. Flection returns from till bur nine towns in Veirnotit show Fairbanks' majority over Bingham to be 24.085. Tlte saute towns, in 1874, gave Feck 905 majority over Bingham. I lie nine remaining towns, m 1874. gave Feck over Bingham 203 majority. Fairbanks’ majority in the entile State can not be far from 25.000. For Lieut. Governor, Froclor will probably reach 28.1X10. The legislature, as far as heard from, stands: Molise, 100 Kepubliean, to 80 Democrats. The thirteen towns to lie heard from on the legi-lative vote gave, in 1874. ninv Republicans and four Democrats. Tlte Senate has not a single Democrat. In 1874 there were .">0 Democrats in tits House and two in t lie Senate. Outrage by n Hayes Hud Wheeler Prvetmlon. Chicago. Sept. 8. During the parade ol'a Haves am) Wheeler profession on North Side la«t night, Jno. Herthman, a young Ger man about 18 years old. who had been playing with some coin paid ms, was knocked down by them and kicked in (lie abdomen so terribly that lie died almost instantly. Congressional .TomInalloa, Morris, Ji.i,., Sept. 8. The Independent Congressional Con vention ol this district yesterday nom inated Alexander Campbell. The Democratic Convention met im mediately alter, and also nominated Campbell. Accept* tlie Tomliintlon. Clevki.and, Sept. 7. II. H. Payne accepts the nomination for Congress on the Democratic ticket for this district. The llituk ICobtacr*. Nohthfkld, Minn., Sept. 8. A report is received that llir po*sc overtook the bank robbers; a fight rn sued in which one robber w as wounded. The rest es -aptd. Pursuit was con tinueil. Knee Troubles in Aouita Carolina. Chahi.kston, s. C., sept. 7. *11 night tlie colored militia and wliite clubs remained at tlicir places of reilitesvouz under arms. A party ol passing blacks tired into the armory windows of tlie Montgomery Guard. Tlie fire was returned by tlie whites. Excepting tins and one or two minor disturbances, the streets were ijuiet alter midnight. Public feeling con linues. The blacks talk of having a torchlight procession to-night. Ht!Wt« are being made to prevent it, as trouble will probably grow out of it. H.v tho intervention of Congressman Small the I'apee strikers have been induced to disperse without further molestation ol laborers who continue working in tin rice fields. FOREIGN NEWS. Bout (liiillenge. Halifax, Sept. 7. A telegram lias been sent the Halifax crew in Philadelphia, auth'irixing diem to challenge tile London crew to row a three-mile race for $4,000, or a tive-inlle race for $0,000, to ho rowed at St.Johns or Halifax. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. t'nlirortiiit'n IH vide ml. San Fiiaxcisco, Sept. 8. The California Mining Company has declared a dividend of $2, payable on the 2f>lh instant. Suicide Prompted by llrlcf -C’on testing the Insurance l.nwa-The Small-pox. About 4 o’clock tiiis morning Mrs. Lillie Newton committed suicide at tier residence, 144 Pacific stroet, by taking strychnine. Some few weeks ago her husband died of small pox. The case may be remembered from the fact that a certain quack doctor named Data , don is gave a falsa certificate of dealh from scarlet lover, lor which offense lie was fined #500. At that time Mrs. Newton attempted suicide, but her de sign was frustrated by medical attend ance. Slit left a letter addressed in Mr. Olsen, her landlord, showing that grief at the loss of her husbund prompt ed the act. a. p. KsnKins hiiii tuners nave brought suit in the United State Cir cuit Court against J. W. Ford, Insur ance Cnmmi-sioner, to test the law prohibiting Eastern and foreign life insurance companies from doing bu«i ness in the State except under certain restrictions, anil praying that defend ant lie enjoined from prosecuting such cases agaiit't the companies mentioned. Three new cases of small-pox this morning and three deaths, the latter all Chinese. Postmaster Arrested for Forgery. San Francisco, Sept. 8. Win. Innes, Postmaster at Mokel uiiine Hill, has been arrested by the United States Marshal on a charge of forging a signature to a postal order for the sum of $d,5(>0. Mr. Innes has passed the age of three scorn anil ten, and is a pioneer of Mokelutuiie IIill. He has been Postmaster and Deputy Postmaster for eleven years, agent lor Wells, Fargo it Co. for seven years, and is acting as agent anil treasurer fur a company engaged in heavy mining operations. He denies in toto the charge made against him and says tlint all orders in his office have been iully paid. He admits that there was irreg ularity in the payment of some JI80, but the amount was paid. He says there is due him from the Covernnient o\er $100 on the last two quarters and some $.)0 on the present quarter. The Clilel of Police ( rentes an Kx cllenient-Wheeler** Kxiicilitiwu Hand Mangled. Vinhinia City, Sept. 8. Chief Lackev published a card in this morning’s KntcrpriM charging Unit the Chronicle'# report of the Po lice Commissioners’ meeting of Wednesday was untrue, and that the Mayor was too drunk to transact bus iness. Ills card lias created great ex citement, ami the friends of the Mayor denounce it as false from beginning to end. There w ill be a special meeting of the hom'd to investigate the charges made by the Chronicle against the City Prison management and other charges against officers, and a stormy time is expected. Wheeler’s surveying expedition ar rived here this morning. Jas. McHenry, a workman at tlie IWcher mine, had his hand terribly mangled last night by the machinery. BORN. Hold Mill, Sept. Wife of llonry 11 athroll. n linn. htof. IKARK3BB. Virginia. Sept. 6—P. II. Neville to Miss Cath arine o’liura, both of Hold Mill. Carson. S0I,t, r>—Henry It. Sliurp to Mi<* sa all Parkins. Gold nill, sopt. 5—John II. Harris to Kflio S. Hopper. DIED. Virginia, .Sept. !>—J. li. White, a native of Ami os. .New York, ngmi -Pi yeurx. Ainurioaa Itavino, Se|>t. 5-Agn.n idn, only daughter of Henry ami Alary Liriliiu, aged 1 yoar anil 7 montiiH. NEW TO-DA Y. ------ . =-; --_ - -T FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. 1ITK ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN ▼ f neunco that .1. C. ROW ELL is a can dluato for rc-oluclion to tho office of County Aasos*or, subject to tha decision of the Democratic * ounty i onvention. .«i»0rd FOR COUNTY RECORDER. Uf E ARE AimiORIZED TO AN nounco W, A. DU It LEY ns a candi date for the office of County Uocordor, nub- | Kd to tho decision of the Republican ( ouuly Convention. sp'.itd PROSPECT mountain TUNNEL COIVSP AM! Y SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE ceived up to tho 20th inst., at 12 o’clock m., to run one hundred (100) loot of the Fros pert Mountain Tunnel. Si/.ooi tunnel, ii‘..x 4*9 fo«>t. bid do r* to furnish nil tool* and everything ncce*«a y to complete tho con* trad. Tho company reserve* the right to re »ocl any and all bids. Bid* to bo loll with tho secrotarv. By otdtt of tho Board of Trustees. VV. ll. DAY EM ORT, Secretary K M. T. < o. Rooms 1 and ‘2 < dd Fellow*’ Building. Eureka, Nov., ."ept. II, l»7t*. split d NOTICE--B ATMS! 4 S THE WEATHER ISGSTTING O'? xY my hath room" in tlio future w»11 i • supplied with 810YEd lor the com ort of uiy patrons. Our mineral Oaths Aro the host in tho State for I h <iimnt;c«: our COt’C 11 TON 1C and RILES SALVE will euro all; every case curable. Remember th** place, tho Old Silver Brick bniidi r. North Main »troe:f adjoiniwg Th char’s. spMm T. BETTER. NOTICE ! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT there will be a meeting of tho ^stock holder* ot ihi* Propped .•fountain Tunn l Company. THIS Ah TERN Ot>N, ut 4 o’clock, nr tho olftcc of liillliouso A Davenport, lor tho transaction of import mt bioir.oM. W. II. DA YEN PORT, Secretary. Eureka, Sep torn bor 8, 1hT«4. *p8-lt GAYUGA WATER, THE Wonderful Chemistry of Nature. An I!N K A L L1 B I. E SPECIFIC FOR Bright’s cPm n«o and other Kidney Affec tion*; Liver Aff rctions; Dyspepsia und other Diseases of tho Stoiuach; Pile* or Hemor rhoid*; P.heuniutisui in ull forms; Gout; Gravol or Storm, and all Diseases of tho I rin «ry Organs; Scrofula; Jnundico; Fever and Ague; General Dobi ity; Nervous Prostra tion; Skin Diseases such as -alt Rheum. Scald Head, Chronic Fleurs, Blotches, Pimples, etc. Hr. I.. Terry, Agent for Eureka. TAYLOR Sc BOROWSKY, Sole agent* for the lucilit const. Principal depot, San hrancisco. nul.ttf SARA. COLDSTONE. Groceries, Previsions, Liquors, To baccos. Cigars, Hardware, Crockeiv, Glassware, And a full axsoitircnt of General Merchnn disc cheap for cash, whole,ulo ar.d retail. Call and loo moat Odd Fellow*’ building, or at ruy Clothing Store, south of Paxton .V Co’i Bank. jolVtf NOTICE. 'I’ll K FIRM OF M A UP IN A CROMER IS 1 dissolved by mutual consent. All the assets of said late firm are assigned to 11. Muller and Uhas. Holbrook for the benefit of all creditors, who will close up tho business of the firm and distribute the proceed" among tho creditors T. MAUP1N, L. W. CROMER. Dated Augaat 1st, 1873. All debts duo tho late firm of Maupln A Cromer must bo paid without delay to S. 1*. Hall, at tho store of said lain firm, or to H. Miller, at Paxton A Co’s Hank, and all ac counts must be settled without delay. on as. holhrook, II. MULLER. Dated August 1st, 1876. au2-tf Copartnership Notice. rp||R U\I)ERSm.\EI> HAVE THIS DAY 1 formed ft copartnership for the purpose of carrying on n g- io rsl merchandise business under tho firm name Uoldstono A Herg. luo pub'ic are respectfully invited to inspect our largo and well selected stock of generul mer chandise at our fire-proof storo. in tlie Odd Fe!Iwws’ building. SAM. UOUD-LONh, AARON HERO. Eureka, Sept. 1, 1876. _*3-1™ V> I I- L IX E A 1>8, I,ETTEKHEAI>% JU) and cards, prinfbd at the UKNTINKl office, to or ler _ Ml SPELL A NKO " NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Foil president, SAMUEL J.TILDEN OF NEW VO UK. * FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Thomas A. Kendricks OF INDIANA, I __ PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: J. C. flRIlIF,.. K. III.EXNKHHAHSErr,.. ,||Umb#!dl | J. 1IAUKKMAN.*«*»' --- MEMBER OF COXORESS, A • G • B L L Z S 9 OF OHM GET. ( JTDOE SC PR EM E COURT. BE. 12 IB. HP AT B ICR, OF STOREY, • pTtcil P. STELER, WATCHMAKER —AND— JEWELER importer and Dealer -I.N Fine American, English and Swiss GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. American watchks, k. howakd* Co., Amoricm Watnh Company, Wai. tham, National Watch Company, Elgin tsd spring Hold 'vat'h Company. All if thin wa cites ho has on hand, ami of ail grains ami prices. Also a largo and well assorted *tock of Fine Gold Chains, Jewelry, Silver ware and Clocks. Which he cffjn to ,oll ut T V KNTY-FIVJ PEti CENT. LESS than any other bourn. Please tall at his store, ono door south of S. A'hiia A Hr *., and i>mminc bis new s<o k of goods before purclia*ing elsewhere. iiii motto is quick sales and small profits. A good assortment of pebble spoclwcles con stantly on hand. All of tlio nbnro he ruarantro* to be ef the BE f Ql Ai l IT, and warranted as repre sented. N. K.- Arecial attention paid to wsteb work. Watches repaired and eleanod and wan anted to one rear. New jewvJry ajodu to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the sountrv promptly aujp tended to. P. 6'ItLLVw V E'.irok, J uly A. 157.3. jyStf ( ANDWA /'/ a. i KOTZCI2. All ptililitMl ik'lvvrlisliig wml Job no/k mti*)! hr pitl.l fur In advance, riivra will bo uo dcilMltou from Hi m rule. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR I RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNt E MT. I self us u rand <ial* for th**ofiieoof County Surveyor, nubjoet t© th * dc«iti< a of ho Den* ocrntie Co rity Convontion, pledging myself to abivie b* said dec » ion arid ton*© do ef fort* to defeat tho iv.jIjo- of ' ho party. apTtd W. A. EDWARDS. IN I>E P KN D EXT CANDIDATE FOR CONSTAELE. j) MrtlINKSS RK>PECTFU LLY AN I • nouncea hr.n® If ns an lodopend^nt candidal© for Conetable, at tho ©Pining election. ipTui FOR SHERIFF. / 1 EOUOE W. (Ill,MORE IS A CAN’Pt \ J dnto for re-election to tho office of Sheriff, subject to nomination by tho Republican County County Convontion. epotd FOR SHERIFF. 11J K A R K A t I T 110 li IZ E T> TO A N N OV N C V. V? Frank J. Wallace, of Ruby llill. a r»n didatofor the office of Sheriff of Euteka noun* ty, subject to tho decision of tho Democratic County Convontion. sl-td FOR SHERIFF. \ir E AR E A U T H OKI ZED TO A NNOUNOE H F. Dk Will a candidate for the oflive of Sheriff of Eureka county, eubjoet to the decision of the Democratic County Conven tion. FOR SHERIFF. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A candidate for the office of SlIKUli r ei Kuroka county, tubjoot to tli© decision of too entiling Democratic County Convention. au‘ut.1 T. J. MAUi'IN. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A 1 Cnmlidato for re-election to th“ ®' .1 notico uf tho l’8»c» of EurekaTowui'nip, b-foro the Democratic Town'hip£*nTen*ii • jy-tf B. M.BEAT1Y. FOR CONSTABLE. If B. McKEK ANNOUNCES UJMSelf II. as a candidate 'or the olTiee of < #l" stable for F.nr.ka tewasbip al tha eitsuiM election. _Jyliu CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE. f >1 KI.KItY ANNOUNCE MYSELF Ai I a eardiiUta for CONST A RLE for Kurej* I own-hip. subject »o 'he nominat.ou of IM Lteroocrulie Towasliip l onvenluin.^^ ^ • Euroka. August 3d. HS7U. aui td*__ CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE. r . IIERECT ANNOUNCE MTSELF A» l candidate far CliNsTA CLK of Lnreka Town«hi .subject la the action of the nu rcka township Louscnlion. TS au25-td ALE. ®H ART4 FOR ASSESSOR. T 0. BROWN ANNOUNOISS HIM5ELE »l. as a candidate 'or ( III N T\ ASS ■■ Sl.tR, subject to thodocistoa ot the Uomooralto Comity Couvontion. ■I-LLl-l-».!iL !iL"l-^--a— -J Sewing Machines. AAT I* HASKELL <t CO. ARE NOW W. Agents for the linger and sowing Machines. Tnoy have mac i n * j ra,-t■ nl«o a few secondhand machines wntco will WaSid very cheap. Will «l«* "««“ chin os on the inatallAcnt plan, if “kSirJ£.;f