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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER6, 187K. AUEVrt. W. R. WILSON.Pioche DOCTOR G. SHl.'LZE.l’.uby llili WILL N BABBITTS.Palisade A. M. liojlN'E......Austin f. STARK._.Hamilton ft. P. 8TIMLEK..li.lmont C1IAS. B. STKirBEKOEK.Tybo OH AS. W. t.'KANK, at Ne. 42ft Montgomery street, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily Sgsrnigi, in San Pranciseo, Persons in ttiat oity haring business with this offiee uro re quested to communicate with him. ALF. C1IAKTZ is authorized to rocairo *no soriptions for the S«XTit»*i. and oolloctfor the same in this town. All parsons in Ku relta .wing for subscriptions will make payment to bins. Wii'All political print!its;, except what is ordered directly by the t'onnty Central Committees, must be paid for In advance. There will be no deviation from this rule. Eleventh Hour Lies.—'The fol lowing from the Grass Valley Union will do to gamble on as a truthful pre diction: “The Associated Press dis patches will be full of lies from this time until the day of election, and even on the day of election the lies will be sent, fast and furious,by the lightning. The election will begin in New Yerk some three hours and a half before it does in this State, and the Associated Press will be buRy in sending news here, with the object of having an in fluence on the election in this State. Yon can just bet your bottom dollar that that same Associated Press will commence to lie in the afternoon of next Tuesday, and will continue to lie until sundown of that day. All good people should remember that the tele graph intends to lie on the day of elec tion, and all good people should vote for Tilden, Hendricks and Reform.’’ Mr. McLaughlin’s Letter.—In to-day’s Issue of the Sentinel will be found a letter from Mr. McLaughlin, Democratic candidate Air the Assem bly, defining his position on the va rious questions of local interest. Hav ing been unable to make a thorough canvass of the county, he adopts this method of addressing the people on the subjects which immediately con rern them. Mr. McLaughlin is an honest, intelligent gentleman, fully conversant with the wants of the county, and will, if elected, faithfully observe every pledge he has mad». We bespeak far his letter a careful reading by every voter in Eureka county to whose attention it may be brought. 0 ■ —.. — A Silly Assertion.—H. F. Barline, the Republican speaker, has been in terviewed by the reporter of the Car son Tribune. Mr. Bartiue, among other wild statements, gives the prob able Republican majority in Kureka county at 200, and the State at 1,1*00. If be is as far oiT in regard to other counties as be is about Kureka, the Democratic majority in the State may be safely estimated at about 8,000. He can get plenty of money taken here that Eifreka county will not be carried for Hayes and Wheeler by a majority of one. Don't Flatter Yourselves.— Among the last lies of the Associated Dress Is a report that Tilden's health is failing and that if elected the proba bilities are he will not live until the expiration of his term of office. Don't flatter yourselves. lie will live long enough to regenerate the country by kicking ail of the thioves out of office aod filling their places with honest men, and will be In the full enjoy ment of physical and mental health when the thistles are blooming bright ly over the grave of tbe Republican party. Cheerinu News.—Reports from the western portion of the State are ex ceedingly eucouraging. Storey coun ty is good for 800 majority for the re form candidates, and the probabilities are that the electoral ticket will have a majority in the State of about 1,500. Last Thursday's Carson Tribune. contains an article headed “What to Write About." The Deacon will have a prollflo subjoct next Thursday for his Faber in commenting on the election of Tilden and Hendricks. The success or failure of the “ re form " campaign seems to depend en tirely upon the number of fraudulent votes.—Carson Appeal. Exactly. The number of fradulent votes which the Repbulicans will be able to wring in. “ Reich " Pomeroy still vehemently opposes Tilden. The Pioohe Record says: “ It looks as though he was paid by the National Democratic Com mittee, he does his work so efteciu •Mf. __ California.—The most reliable re ports from California indicate that the Golden State will give about 8,000 ma jority for Tilden and Hendricks. The brutal insults and blackguard ism of the Radical stump orators are poor woapons for a campaign. They didn’t mash in the October States. Hayes swore that he did not have any piano. The one in his house be longed to his wife. Could anything be more contemptible. Thk Reno Journal publishes an ad vertisement, stating that Mrs. I ren tv;)l give lessons on the pesno. SPECIAL TO THE “SENTINEL.” Four German Republican Clubs Gone Over to Tilden and Hendricks! POOL BETTING IN NEW YORK. Tiidon Has the Call. - -- Nv.\v York. Nov. 4. The remnant of four Republican German Clubs disbanded last night. The clubs were organized early in the campaign, but the members kept gradually deserting to the enemy un til not more than one third remained. The action last night was the result of a vote taken separately in each club. A small minority will probably sup port Hayes and Wheeler,but more than three fourths of the ex members have declared their intentiou of voting tor Tilden and ileudricks. This deser tion from the Republican party is at tributable to the belief that Governor Haj'es, if not a member, is at least in sympathy with the order known as the American Alliance. New Yokk, Nov. 4. At Morrissey's ami Chamberlain'S pool-rooms, last night, tlie betting ex citement was greater than at any time since the commencement of the cam paign. On the general result, Tilden sold for $200 to Hayes $145 during the first part of the evening, although later Hayes came up to $155 and $150. Pools on New Y'ork sold: Tilden, $100 to Hayes $30. There were a few sold on Pennsylvania, Hayes having the uall at $100 to Tihlen’s $85. At Morrissey’s quite a number were sold on Wisconsin and Indiana, the former State selling about even and the latter Tilden $100 to Hayes $50. It is reported that Aharon is about to resign his “reserved seat ” in the United States Senate. LETTER ruo.n IK. HcLACOIIMX. Roby Hill, Nov. 5th, 187t>. Editor Sentinel: As I understand there is some misconception as to my views on some of the topics now oc cupying public attention, allow me through your columns to express my opinions for the consideration of the voters of this county. ah ao mo senooi question, 1 nave alwaj’s been opposed to any division of the funds or even the introduction of the Bible into the public schools, as I consider it would cause discussion and dissension. I think the proper place for religious education is by the parents, assisted by their clergyman, in the homes and temples and churches built and dedicated for that purpose. I trust Congress will at its next session settle this question, and not have it again dragged into tiie political arena. Since I received the nomination for the Assembly, many have said to me: “There is nothing in it; there is no United States Senator to be elect ed.” Olliers: “Oh, yes; Flood A O'Brien will try to have the bullion tax repealed.” There is something significant in this, but not for me. Should the people confide their trust in me to represent them in the Legis lature, I will endeavor to discharge the duties honestly and faithfully. With reference to the bullion tax, I be lieve it is fair and just and should be maintained as it is until such time as a general reduction of taxation on all other classes of property is rendered advisable. I am in favor of fair liv ing salaries for worthy officials, be lieving this to ' e the surest method of securing and retaining honest men in otllce. I would like to see our young county placed on a cash h:n>is at the earliest practicable moment, and as a step in that direction, I pledge my self, in case of my election, tq do all in my power towards the consum malion of the movement inaugurated by Senator Cassidy to give to this county, with its £500,000 of taxable properly, that portion of territory commonly denominated “ the Min eral Hill strip.” 1 think the Legislature of this Slate should direct the attention of Congress to some of the imperfections of the Congressional mineral land law. The mode of obtaining United States pat ents should he cheapened and simpli fied, in the interest of the prospector anil capitalist alike. The provision of tlio law relating to protests is especially onerous on poor men who are tievoting their muscle and time and energies to the development ol the hidden re sources of the country. J would also ue pteasca 10 see me jury system mid jury laws so changed as to givo to the poor man, taken from his labor, full compensation in cash for his servites, and not compel him to accept scrip usually worth scarcely more than fifty cents on the dollar. These, in brief, are the opinions which I entertain regarding the moro important questions of local interest. In conclusion, I have to say that if the voters of the county believe there are other gentlemen in nomination who will serve them better or moro faith fully, they should by all means elect them. Trusting that the best men, the men whose interests are identified with the county and its welfare, may j succeed at the polls on Tuesday next, j I remain your obedient servant, I). J. J. McLauohlin. i ' i__ Cait. HaRI’KK, a Democratic candi date for Sheriff of Lander county, tells s good one. When Harper was on his way from Austin to Mattie Mountain, he cuiue across an old rancher, and, of course, the conversation turned oil pol itics. Harper asked the old gentleman 11 if he intended to vote for Tilden and Hendricks.” “Thunder!” said the old fellow, “lias <i rant concluded to quit ? ” Harper rode on with rather a broad smile on his countenance. MTK/tl.IXHA. James Hume, says the C-o.to yeti’i detecii'e for Wells, Fargo A Co., was here during tlie week huntin' for a !*• connecting link” lo the robbers ol 1 ike siage, on the 12i.1i insiant, near In <iian Well®. He seems to think he ha stinek it, for he sends hack a warran for the rearrest of lied. Gillette, wlie ! was tried here in .Ttisiice McManus ! Court on the 17i h indent, tint dis j charged, as there was no evidence against him. It is now claimed ilia the robbery was enmmi t'd in Ken county, and consequently the antlinri ties here acted illegally, and Gillette will have to stand another interview ing before a Kern County Court Hume seems to be almost omnipies ent, for we see accounts of his arrive ami departure in numerous places from iSalt Lake City to San Francisco on or about the same day. The Supreme Court has sflirmed tho judgment of tlie District Court in sen tencing Peter Larkin to death. Larkin murdered a man named Daniel Corco ran in a very cowardly manner on South C -street, Virginia, a year ago last August. He ha® been in prison for fifteen mouths. During Larkin's trial before Judge Rising, his counsel, Mr. Bronson, took no less than 150 excep tions to the rulings of the Court. All the exceptions have been overruled, ami Lai iuii must die at the end of a rope. Very few will rogrt t the re«ult of the application for a new trial. The man murdered his victim m cold blood. The lated reports from Ogden say the small pox i® still spreading in that city. There is no pest-house, and tlie yellow flag is visible at the door of many private residences, and it is be lieved it will take months to rid the city of the loathsome disease, unless tlie authorities adopt new sanitary measures, and remove tho afflicted irom the principal streets. At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the. Tuscarora Consolidated Company, at Elko, held last Thursday, al the company’s office, an assessment of two cents per share was levied upon the capital stock. The five stamp mill recently put up at.Miueral Park. Arizona, has failed to give satisfaction, and the company is once morn sending ore lo Sail Fran cisco. _ EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [sPROIAI. TO THK DAIRY SKNTINKE.', The Governor of Colorado Ilian, g ii rated. Denver, Coi.. Nov. it. Hon. John L. Houth was to day in augurated Governor of Colorado. His message is mainly devoted to topics ot local State interest, the financial part of it showing particularly favorable, there being a handsome excess of re sources over all liabilities-a consti tutional provision prohibiting a debt of excessive taxation. Educational matters are equally encouraging. The annual product of the mines is stated at $8,000,000. and it is predicted that with the development of 8an Juan district, in Southwestern Colorado, next year, the product will reach ten million. 1 Hdcpeiidcnt (nmlidatc lor Gov ernor of Tennessee VVItliilrnus. Memphis, Oct. 3. General Maury, Independent Re publican candidate for Governor, pub lishes a card to night. He says: Find ing it impossible to unite the support relied on for an election, I deem it tot tlie best interests of the objects desired by my supportes to w ithdraw as a can didate for Governor. Sionx Indians Gone to the Indian Territory, Omaha, Oct. 3. About ninety Sioux Indians, under charge of the Commissioners, pa-sed through to-day en route to the Indian Territory, on a tour of inspection. Secretary Morrill to Make a S|»crch In Wall Street. New York, Nov. 4. An address to be delivered in Wall street this afternoon by Secretary Mor rill has excited the greatest interest, and there are indications that the audi ence will he one of the largest and most influential ever collected in this | city. The preparations for the demon strations are of the simplest kind, but long before one o’clock groups of in terested persons began to collect in the neighborhood of the Sill) Treasury, and as the hour appointed for the address drew near the crowd became more i dense and it was difficult to find an un occupied seat lrom which the voice of the speaker was likely lo be audible. A small stand for the speaker has been erected at the west end of the steps of the Treasury. I - FOREIGN NEWS. — Ihf Policy or t’rlknoe. Paris, Not. 3. In the Chamber of Deputies, to-day, Duke De Cnzes, Minister of Foreign A (fairs, made a statement in regard to the policy of the French Government in the East. He dwelt principally on the country’s need of peace and con cluded as follows: “If, contrary to the expectations of tho Government, com plications should arise we shall never ask you to compromise the honor and safety of France in a struggle which does not involve her essential interest, and thus having used our best endeav ors to maintain tlie peace ot Europe we shall at least he sure of being uble to maintain for ourselves our honor and our place among nations.” PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALirORMIA. Kluge Hol.lx.l iu Northern t'HlI fbrula. Kkhdino, Cal., Nov. 4. The California and Oregon Stage Company's coach, carrying the 11. S. mail ami Wolls, Fargo .t Co’s express, was stopped by three masked high waymen last night, at 12 o'clock, three miles north of this place, and W. F. A Co’s treasure box taken containing eleven hundred dollars; also tho reg istered mail pouches, all of which were cut and broken upon and handed back to the driver. Ben. Holhtday and party were passengers, They were not molested. Parties are in pursuit of the robbers. MARRIED. drunito Sprint* October 31 -.lumps 11. Wil r*»x«'n to Mi** II »nnah MuHin-aux. BORN. ibtno, Octob r .30— Wife off. W. Fredericks, a sun. En*f Belmont, October‘J3—Wife of A. Bruco, a son. gggg.g.g ggess I B 11 ■■■'■■ 8 DIED. (Jnr-on, October 8J—Joseph Laford, a native of Canada. Winnomucen, October 31—Infant child of Mr. and M r«. .Vi. 1* rates. Austin, October 30 —William Ar/all, ajed 40 years. FALL RACES AT THK WILLOWS' RACE TRACK, Ratunln), November Itli. i OHEEPSTAKE3 FOIL TW0-YEAlt-OLI> j O Cult?, HAM HIM; AMD RKPJIAT. Sweepatakcs for TIf UKK - YEAH - OLD Colt?, half mile and repent. »el l-tf HARDIE BROS. Notice to Saloon Keepers Shkriff’S Offiuk, Eureka, November 3, 187 5. TJNDER AND BY ORDER OF ACT Iteialiiitf to Election*, Approved March 12, 1873. that no person shul sell, airs away or furnish, either for or without pay, on any day upon which any gon eral election is held, any spirituous, malt or fermented liquors or wines; you are hereby requested to close your saloon* and places when* liquors are sold, from 8 o'clock a. m. until <* o'clock i. m of ilio dav. to wii; vn the seventh day of November, 1875. (.EM. \i . <; I LMORK, Sheriff of Eureka county. I>y S, R. I km.. Deputy. n.i-td NEW GROCERY AND Provision Store I Ml:s. A. LEE BEGS TO INFORM the public of Eureka and vicinity that ilie Intend-* opening business with a choice selection of General and Family Groceries and Provisions, In tier «tono htitldinv, North Main streot. Eu reka, on TUESDAY NEXT, November Ttb. Her stock is all new and well selected end will he fold as cheap for cash a* any in town. Call und so* her and judge for yoursclvo*. no^Utf O. P18 KM.. ». RAt’HKL 0. DUNKEL & CO., » ; Corner Main and A lark Mrefls Dealers in Foreign and Domestic ; 1> It V UQOI) S, AND CLOTH IH OTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS, ETC.. I And Manufacturers of ( ANSlUliKC AM) WIII I K MIIKTN nirl'2-tt TOVALL is authorised to ool furthor notice. au22 D. MAN HEIM. DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. BARON’S BRICK BUILDING MAIN STREET, Eureka, Nevada. ____jalltr ____ New Photograph Gallery! l-OI IN MO.XAt O, Proprietor, j Du 5outh Main street. Eureka. evada* Mr NEW GALLERY HAVING KEEN completed, 1 am ready to furnish the boHt and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To bo obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDS OK PICTURES are finished in suporior stylo anel with the latest improve* moots of the art. LN LARGED PIIOTOGH AI * IIS, repr«--d«v «'.i Jrorutho8uiallo.it Minin mito Life Sis*-, art taken at. this Gallery o.|ual to any thknn Ea^t or V cr. AII nog an \ »r» *n v touched an<! preserved for future < joi Louis Monaco. Artist. NOTICE. VT.TK’E IS 1IKRRIIY UlViO.V THAT i the Statu artil County tnx.t* ure now ituu and payable nt my cffiiv, nt tbo I.Hnking hoimw of it. It. linruol A Co., and that the law* in regard to their colluetion will bo strictly onto reed. W. A. MONTOOAIehy, County Treasurer ami Kx-uftieioTux Collector. Kuroka, Oct. Ik, 1876. ol.Stf HARDWARE AND TIN STORE For Sale Cliea]). A l’I’I.Y TO II. MCUiKII, hi KKKA, YV Nevada, or CilAlthES IIOLHIIOOK, 111 and litCBlitornia street, San Francisco, uf Ini flRF.MFS'S BALI.. GRAND BALL! TO BE GIVEN B7 Eureka Hook&Ladder Co. No.l, —Air >— | Knickerbocker Hose Co. No. 2, BSCSLOW’S HALL, Thursday Kvrninff. Sor. !>, 187'k Committor of ArrnuiceiueiitM: T 5 I)<mgl>n Dave Manheim .Sum Kafasl It (Juibersori u Li Scott Louis liramlt Comiulttoo of Invitation: K‘l Lerenthal A C liishop Asa Gro n C- G 11ubbard A Bnrsanti S Katucl I» Brnadt OB Scott It \\ Levan L Loscbenkohl J Humphry* J McDermiit .1 Jl Simpson (' Schafer C Grim K Guiberson J Boland J Enright C Samuels I S Houglat Alf Chart* < hn s Fryor M J Franklin F Winn .1 W KUrson I)«v<* M C Knuhr .1 H Morrison tl Ki d II 15 McKee L C Hover ./ (' Lockwood !I Kendall F Grostophan Torrence Me Motion J II Michol T Kennedy J C Colgan Rfffption 4 oiiimltlt*r: (has Knight Tboe Kennedy il I) McKee J> VV Lnran Kd herontbfll <' (i Hubbard II Kind Hour Mnnr%|fc*r»: D Manheim A It' (’harta Dr A C Duhop M .1 f ranklin It <*uiberpou 8 llafmel floor Director. : : : T. A. Dousin'*. THE VERY BEST MUSIC Obiainablo will bo in attendance. Tlckrli*. AilinltHnv: l.allc* oitil Den* llnurtn. 9:1 OO. | o!7td SHERIFF’S SALE. By VIIITTE OF A DEOUEK OF FORK closure and order of sale issued out of the Histrict ( ourt of Eureka county, State of Nevada, on the 18th day of October, A- 1). ! 1876, nt l'J M.. and to me directed and d liv I ered. for a judgment and decree rendered in i -aid Court, by Hon. K, VV, Cole, Judge of j so id 1 ©nrf, on the 11th day of October, A.J>. | 1871, in faror of Henj, Dtlfock, plain tiff. and against A. Hardy aad (». H. Hardy, and V. Evarts and J. T. | Matkerson, defendant*, for $l,Clb Mi-100, in i United States gold c»»ln, together with inter ' eat on *1,000 at the rate of 2 per cent, per month from the 14th day of October, 187b, until paid, and cost up to this date amount ing t** $v0 »••*, ar.d the additional sum of flit) Mi 100, fixe i by said montgage and allowed bv the Court as counsel fees for foreclosure, with interest thereon from said Hth day of Octo ber, lc7»», at th rut** of 10 tier cent. Per an num, together with »• II co.-t that may hereaf ter accruo. to the Sheriff of Eureka county aforesaid, dire* tod and to me delivered. I, Geo. \V. Gilmore, Sheriff of Eureka county, did in manner as required by law, seize and levy upon as the property of said defend nts, A. and G. II. Hardy, all and singular the mortgaged premise* mentioned and describ ed in said decreo, and hereafter described, or so much thereof as may be suilieient to raise the amount duo to the plaintitf for the prin cipal and intot est, counid fees and cost of suit and expense of sale, of the following de scribed real property, situated in the county of Eureka and ritate of Nevada, to wit: AH that certain piece of property or real ettate situated in the county of Eur«ka, State of Nevada, and known n« “The Willows,” and more particularly described as the Wil lows Station and Hanch, containing l'>0 acres, more or less; and said ranch is about four mile* northerly from Eureka, and bounded a* follow*: Commencing at a stake south ef the canyon near the station, thence in a north rly direction one-quTtor of a mile, west one mile; thence south one quarter ,l*j of a mile; thence oust oue mile, to the place of beainuing. Notice is hereby given, that on the I.'ttli «Ihj of November, A. II. IS7rt, betwa n the h( uri of 1* o’clock a. m. and h o’clock »*. m , vix.■ at 12 o’clock w., 1 will aril all tho risrbt, titlo, claim and interest of tho an id defendant.*, or cither of them, in and to tho said Hbiive-de*enbed property (term? of sale, cash,in I'nited Htato* gold coin), at the Court-house of Eureka county, in tho town of Eureka, in raid county, at public auction, for cash in hand, to tho highest bidder, to satisfy said execution and nil cost.*. Kurokn, Euoka county, Nee.. Oct* ‘20, 1*70. tilfiU, W. (11LM0RK, Sheriff, liy S. 11. UK EL, l>eputy. o~2td ARCADE SALOON. W. S. [ViLAND, : : : : PRO’.’UI KTOH, S>.iilli Main St., l-lurt-ka, Nov. I 'I'UK. FINEST BRANDS OF WINKS, Mill OIIS AXI> t lUAKS FOB SALK AT WK‘1 LKSAl.E AND RETAIL. 1 • ill bo rd nisi d to moot all my old friends, j ana also ail the now ones 1 can multa. ( a l- r w. & ROLANI). YOUNG'S COTi FECTIONE FJ Y ! I —— ! pANDIKS. FRUITS, N UTS AND CON FEO V/ TIONKRV manufuc'urcd by ruyself, at the uuw Uonfcotionery St jj«, on The hast Side of Main Street, opjn>*ite Meyers it' T'i ivu. tin's. No Old Imported Co cctioncry ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFY OPPOSITION. dSl-tf M. YOlJNd. _MISCELLANEOUS. POLITICAL SPEAK he. THF. CITIZENS OK F.TRF.KA (oi'vtv J Will ho nddreseed attha toll.,,,;, g t-21 aid place- by the following gentlemen- " huivk h. vatuiu«y, Nov<jn»bor 4-li.lv tj K. MITCIIItLL. La„.i„g, Eureka, Monday, November A—a w U n homo, Crittenden I'hnrnton. John II i ,'„ ' Mo"rniii!“1 r-IW,r Any of tho candidate, upon the RonnKt,— county or legitd,five ticket. «ro rlb« ulU nmted to moot tho above, named iTnwr. ,Y ?n nnT-.'If 'nh* “pPointmont. inj divide the time with them in the di.«. ..• ot tho political itt.nea of the day U‘"ou,si"o i'or order Democratic County Central tv,™ nut toe. &”i£* CLOSING OUT SALE! CLOSING OUT SALE! Now is Your Chance! -A $10,000 STOCK OK DRY AND FANCY GOODS WILL, BE SOLD AT Seventy-five Cent* on the Dollar WITHIN THE NEXT 2« OAYS. ^jr/rr.HH a iranklin uoi ip ronpectfully anuouneo tv the public that they hare bought the entire *teek of Moore k Me* f>oug»il, consisting in port of Silk*. I»ro*» Goods, Fancy Goode. Fmbroidery, Hoticrvr I CwracUr, Shoes, Slipper*. etc., which they offer to the public at tbo aboTC-rnentk>B*«i reduction, at the same place. TERMS:---CASH ONLY. Store to I,et, fixture for Snl,. MKYIKS ,t IBA5KI.IS. [oelO-tfJ R. SADLER & CO.. M AIN STREET.EUREKA, NKV., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. UiHiita nrllT.r.il frn ol (h*r«.. AOEKTi FOR FOREIGN AND HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES, A l-«0 TOR TI1K I California Powder Work*, Hercu let Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf_ I MEAN BUSINESS 7 ¥ HAVE JUST RECEIVED A I lino assortmuns of jpwoly for the holiday?- Also a well selected stock of SILVER amt I'LATKl) H AKE, Cake Basket", Castors, I'iekle and flutter ! loblets, Napkin Kings, ote. My motto is: QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS WATCHKS A N I) J BWELRY Repaired in a wrrkmanli e manner, and all work guaranteed. .. (five me avail. PRANK DURKEK. d21tf _ WANIED IMMEDIATELY. TWENTY HOOD CARPENTER?. Z\t Apply to .1 AS. Ml ARP, at the timber yaul below <i« i»ot wt’ J&ureka aud lansa(»0 iuiilr«>ad Conn any. P. EVtSUT. iJon l. Eureka, Noy. I. lS7il. 1‘1"1 *