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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, !87H. AMKNTH. W. R. WILSON.-...-..Roche bUCTO'' C. SHUL/.K.-.Ruby Hill WILL N RAB1UTTS.Palisade A. M. 11'j.lNK.-.....Austin T. STARR.Hamilton H. P. STI.MLKR.Blniont C1I Art. B. STEI rUKKGEK.„..Iybo OHAS. W. CRANK, at N*. 42A Mont*»mery •treat, 1( Sole Arent for the Eureka Daily Sannasi, in San Vranciseo. Persons in Inat city bavin* business with this office are ro queted to comaiunieate with him. ALP. CIlAKTZ is authorised to receive sun seriptioni for the Skstihil and collect for the same ia this town. All persons in Eu reka swine for subeeriptions will make payment to him. TO-DAY. Since its existence as a nation the Republic has never seen so important a day as this. It may almost be said that our very existence as a republic depends upon the verdict of the people aa expressed through the ballot box to day. It is a contest between the advo cates of an bonest government; of a nation of States held together by the ties of common interest and fraternal love, against tbe supporters of a mili tary despotism and delenders of an Ad ministration, the corruption of which bas made us a by-word among the na tions of the earth and caused the advo cates of a republican form of govern ment abroad to despair of awakening in the hearts ot their countrymen a sympathetic throb with such an exam ple as the American Government has presented lor the last few years. We have, however an abiding faith in the patriotism and intelligence of the peo ple. and are confident that a victory will be achieved to-day which will again enable Americans to boast that they live under the best Government that the sun ever shone on. All the indications are favorable for the success of the Reform candidates. The splen did successes achieved in October has put new life in the entire Democratic party. Every member feels the strength of ten men to battle with corruption and maladministration. Our skirm Ub line dm, at all points, bravely uelu its position and, at many, wholly rout ed and dispersed the enemy. The whole army is in excellent fighting trim and eager for the assault to day. Victory beckons them on and every soldier throughout the length of the line feels that the “eyes of the nation are upon him,” and that “America ex pects every man to do hia duty” in the cause of honesty, economy and reform. In a few hours iu every State in the Union thousands will be flocking to the polls with the zeal and enthusiasm which rallied the noble army of patriots at Lexington and Concord. Free gov ernment and its honest administration is to he re-born and re-baptized to-day. Already the Eastern sky is tinged with the bright sun of victory. Let us do our duty here. Let every friend of reform gird on his armor, ready to advance at the first bugle's blast. See that none are left behind inthisassault, that each may have his moiety of glory in the result—in no spirit of revenge, but that truth, equality and justice may reward and reign unquestioned. Leave not a fortress to evidence the struggle. We are most excellently of ficered in our national organization ; the hour has come to advance, and let us march onward with the dignity, firmness and confidence inspired by the justice of our cause. Already the lips of the enemy are pale with fear and their hands have lost their strength ; their discipline is gone ; their ammunition wasted; and they but battle with the excrements of their once fond imaginations ; lies have been their only weapons and they have recoiled on their own heads. Demo crats of Eureka—Onward ! Let your watchword be Tilden, Hendricks and Reform—God and the Right! Friend ef Be term, remember tbat ■arena Marten wee elected Severn nr ef ■aeaaebueetta by n single vele. Tenr veto Unlay may be (be means ef enrrylng (be Befbrm alee, (ernl (lcbe( la tbe Stole, and Me trade's Ibree relee may elrel Tlldea and Hendricks President and Vise President ef Ikeee United a (a tea. Don’t mlm tke ekaaee of being en tabled to any It waa year ret# that sleeted them. Veto early, and tben werb the balanee ef the day far the Betorm ticket. BILL FIND IT TBIT TO-DAY. When Senator Morton opened the campaign in Indiana, by a speech at Indianapolis, bo used tbe following language; A Democratic victory in October ineana a triumph of the Democracy throughout the nation in November, Weil, there waa “ a Democratic vic ’tory in October " and Senator Morton, tbe very next morning, started for California to invastigate Chinese affairs. Tbe November triumph “ throughout the nation ” oomea off to-day and it will be tbe triumph of tbe spirit of peaee and good-will over the demon of discord and hate. The result will prove that Senator Morton spoke tbe truth for once. .. •♦» 1 ■■■■■•■ TAKE COURAGE; DELIVERANCE U AT HAND. THIS IS THE DAY OF YOUR EMANCIPATION, AND TILDEN AND HENDRICK* ARE YOUR EMANCIPAT OR*. the chak;:;.m *«msr mil WXKX. Saturday's Knltrprite contains an article relative lo the charges agtinat Mr. Wren; thill lie, as the attorney of the ltichmond Mining Company of this place, etnic <vnred, last winter to, reduce the wages of miners employed by that corporal ion. The following extract conlains the gist of the article which our con emp >rary calls upon us to corrol o a e; Last winter ihe Richmond was look ing badly and the Directors of that Company determined lo cut down the wages of the men. They applied to Mr. Wren for advice, he* being tlieir Attorney. He promptly lold them that such a course was impracticable and unwise. They then urged that tile mine would not pay unless s reduction in the price of liilmr was made. Mr. Wren then advised them to closedown their works, which we believe was done for some weeks, only a few men being kept prospecting. The reasons he gave were that it would be bettor to stop one mine than break in upon a rule which was nccepled and approved by mine-owners and miners all over the State. A great body of rich ore was, in tho mean time, found ; silver advanced in price and lire company concluded to resume operations. We wero never particularly in the confidence ol I ho resident officers of of the Richmond Company, and what we know about the matter was learned from the officers of the Miners’ Union. We have reason to believe that a cor rect statement of the affair was given in the answer to Mr. Wren's letter, which answer was the report of a com mittee appointed by tho Union for that purpose. We can vouch for the genu ineness of the report to which was at tached tho seal ot the association. We have no reason to suspect that Mr. Wren went outside of his duty as the attorney of the Richmond Company in the matter, and we are confident that the contrary lias never been as serted by his opponent, Colonel Ellis. In regard to the circular sigr.ed by two persons in Austin, while there sre nu merous political reasons which we could urgeagainst Mr. Wren's election, justice compels us to assert that an ac quaintance*^ nearly twenty years with the gentleman will not permit us to believe that he over knowingly wrong ed any man out of a dollar. TEE ELECTION OF TILDEN AND HEN DRICK* WILL STANDOUT AS AN IM PORTANT EVENT IN THE 1U8T0KY OK THIS COUNTRY. DON’T FAIL To MAKE YOUR RECORD AS A PARTICIPATOR IN IT. ei.oqi'em r Axn PATKiivriv xr.x-! TIDES EM OF AN EX-t'USFEI) ERATE. Those abort-sighted and inconsider ate people who take stock in the bloody shirt, hob-goblin stories or Blaine and Ingersoll in regard to ex isting disloyalty in the South, and dangers of a new rebelliou, would do well to read and consider, occasion ally, such utterances as the following from a speech delivered in the House of Representatives by Mr. House, of Tennessee, who was a Major in the Confederate army, and is now a Dem ocratic Representative: If an any one section of this conn try has a deeper interest than another in the restoration of fraternal peace and the stability of good government, the South is that section. If the Northern people can not bring them selves to tlio point of trusting the honor and relying on the pledges of tlie South, they certainly can not be unmindful of the fact that her interest in keeping peace is fully equalled liy her inability to break it. But we have no desire to break it. If the flag which floats over this Capitol is not our flag, we have none; if this is not our coun try, w# have none; we are aliens in the land of our birth and exiles in the homes of our childhood. • * * This country must be the home of our children; they will have no other home, no other country hut this; here they must live, here die, and here lie buried. For party purposes our loy alty may he doubted, and our names sought to be dishonored and detesied, but if the time should ever come when a foreign enemy shall invade these shores, and this country needs stout hearts and true to defend it, all will then see in that hour of trial and national danger WhoM dripper blade and atalwart arm Will fence tit >ir country’! flat from harm." 8EETHAT YOURDKMOCRATICNEIUH BORSSTAND UP TODAY TO BE COUNT. ED WITH YOU. ONE MORE REPRESENTATIVE MAN BESGRTS THE PARTY OF CORRUPTION. A very interesting political letter from a hitherto Republican merchant of New York, was published in the Springfield IScpublican, last week, giving his reasons for supporting Til den instead of Hayes. It attracted general attention by reason of its high tone and marked ability. It turns out that it was written by Hon. Win. E. Dodge, who lias always been one of the largest contributors to the Repub' liran campaign fund, and was a Re publican Presidential Klector in 1872. He is noted for eminent piety and was president of the International Chris tian Alliance, This defection is a se rious matter for the Republicans, and la very significant, as it indioatea the current of thought in the highest and best Republican circles. ~■■■ -- -, .. A solid S t«H against a solid Month, Is the Radicals' fry. tot those who wantonaltod North and Month voto for Tllden and Hen drlehs. _ __ Cheek.— Six years of Grantlsm have cost the country $1,008,431,401—more than four billions of dollars! Repub lican administration *has also squan dered 2915,000,0(H) acres of public lands. Its officials have defaulted to the amount of $'>,505,595. It has paid to swindling railroad corporations nearly $100,000,000 more. And in tlie ta-e of all this record the Republican party lias the “cheek” to ask the people to give it'four more year* of power and plunder: They will recei~e their an swer to day. 1*01.11ICAI. Mints, If. i.s in the air, And ill the waters. It is in tlie hearts of the people. It will be in the votes to day. It i.s everywhere. No mistakes thus far. Have your powder dry to day, boys, lint moisten your throats moder ately. Uncle Sam receives a formal call from the people to-day. The Republican Congressional ma jority in Ohio is less than 4,900, And it will be less than 0 to-day for! the Republican elecloral ticket. Indiana will give 15,000 majority for the Reform candidates; New York, 40,090; Winconsin, 5,000; New Hampshire,.'>,090; Toe Woo Ion Nutmeg State, (5,000: Put Nevada down at 1,500. We have a solid South, And solid men for the people to vote for. According to present appearances it will come pretty near being a rout. \Y'l)at do you tliiuk about our hav ing made tha right selections at St. Louis ? About four hundred thousand major ity on the popular vote, for Tilden, if you please. They are preparing crape trimmings for the bloody shirt since the Hoosiera tore a big rent in it. There is no instance of the errors of a Government being rectified by those who adopted them.—Patrick Henry— 1788; Hence the fallacy of the doctrine of “ reform within the party.” A long pull, a strong pull, and a pull altogodier, for Tilden and Hen dricks. Vote for the lleform candidates to day and retire to your bed in the bliss ful consciousness of having performed one of the most sacred duties of your life. Wake up in the morning bright and early and read in the SENTINEL the cheering intelligence of a Democratic victory. Hurrah for Tiblon and Hendricks ! our next President and Vice Presi dent. Don't forget to vote, And be sure to vote for the Reform Candidates. Vote early, but not often. CHEERINtt HEWN. Our dispatches, yesterday, from the East and West should warm the heart of every friend of reform. The fight in the Empire Slate has, evidently, been abandoned, nr virtually so, by tbs Republicans, who are making their fight in some of the doubtful Southern and Western States, with but poor prospect of success. California stands tirm arid will, undoubtedly, give a handsome majority for Tilden and Hendricks. Oregon is as safe as Ken tucky, and ail that remains for us to do is to see that the Battle-born State fulls into line with iter Pacific Coast sisters. To-night the gladsome tidings of a dis enthralled nation will bo dashed across the wires; corruption will have receiv ed its death-blow, and a regenerated Union will issuo from the cloud which has so long enveloped it in darkness. Remember that no Democrat can AFFORD TO LET THIS ELECTION PARS WITHOUT STANDING UP AND BEING COUNTED AMONG TIIK REFORMERS WHO ARE TO REDEEM THE COUNTRY. South Carolina.—It will be no ticed by our telegraphic dispatches that the military machinery for the election in South Carolina has been placed, and the people of that Com monwealth will he permitted to exer cise the glorious prerogative of Amer ican freemen under the shadow of Federal bayonets. The order was made in the face of the assurance of the most respectable Republicans in tlie State that thero was no necessity for interference by the General Gov ernment. Thank God this libel upon a republican form of government is near its end. To-day will let it out. TIIK Bl'M.IUX TAX. The grest fight in the approaching Legislature is to bo tin the bullion tax. The Comstock kings "ill moveheavon and esrth to repeal the present law. In casting your votes to-day, see to it that you select a delegation to the Legislature that is absolutely sound on tills question. Vote for men who are identified with the county and who will stand in with the people as against the riuga and monopolists. ■ -*♦« ' '■ Pkksiiirnt Grant telegraphed to Attorney General Plerrepont one year ago: “The whole publio are tired out with these annual autumnal outbreaks in the South, and the great majority are ready now to oondemn any inter ference on tlie part of the Govern ment.” And they will condemn it bo fore tlie sun spfd to-night, j [Special to tiia Sxxtinfl J lildea Sure to Carry the State of New York. Nkw York, Nov.t!. The pool selling indicate* that the Democrat.* are sanguine ol curving tlie Slate. The stampede in litis city and limoklvn from ilaves continues, especially among the Herman*. Til tlnti's majority in llti* city is expected to exceed To ttoO, while ila.ves’ majori ty outside llto city can not in rea-on l>o expected to exceed 45,000. The be-1 class of voters express the belief that the nation's safety'and prosperity de mand I ihleti’s election. ISlieiial to tho SKxriNKL.J California Sure for Tilden. San Francisco, Nov. 6. There have been a number of ar rests today lor fraudulent registia tion. Tlie arrested person* are about equally divided between the two par ties. Democrats and Republicans ate working like beavers. There i« con siderable betting on tlie Stale, Tilden being tlie favorite at §100 to §S0. Tlie Merman Vale ol California. San Francisco, Nov: 0. It t* admitted by prominent Kcpuli beans that it tlie state is carried for Mayes and Wheeler it must be without much help from the Herman vote, ii is estimated that at least fottr-lifih* of ttie Herman citizens will support tho Democratic presidential nominees. ih.he.V3i; OKMoriiATit nEi:ri.ui AT VIUtilNlA 4 1I V. Slori'j ('minty null the Stale Sure for I iltlcu ami ltelurin. We received yesterday the following dispatch special from Virginia Ci'y: VntoiNiA, Nov. 5. lion. A. C. Ellis ami lion. Crank Ganalil addressed the largest and must enthusiastic meeting here last night that was ever held in this Stale, lolly 4,000 people being present. The speak ers were received with tlio wildest en thusiasm, waving of lints and hand kerchiefs, and Ellis made the happiest effort of Ids life. Ganalil made the speech of the campaign and held this vast concourse of people fully two ami one-half hours, though the weather was cold and there was a drizzling rain. A.C. Ellis Is our next Represen'a tive in Congress, and old Storey county goes for Tilden and Reform; and as oid Storey goes so goes the State. .1. T. Riobdah. EASTERN DESPATCHES. Ely Overland Telegraph. |l»PKOIAI. TO THE I1AILT SEN TIKKI..’ Tlie President lol'liw the t'enteuiil nl Kxlijlillloii. Washington, Nov. 5. Tho President lias accepted an invl tat nm of tile ('enlenniiil ('ointiiisstoners to formerly close the Exhibition on the lOtli inst. He will lie accompanied to Philadelphia by members of the Cabi net. The SouIti Carolina Election to be Coiiilueleil t inter Military I till). Charleston, S. 0., Nov. S. The distribution of tho United States troops through the State will he com pleted to-morrow. Four eompauins will bo assigned in squads to tho poll ing places in this city and along the coast, hut tho bulk of General Roger's force will occupy tho upper couinias. Elnetlon Excitement — Tllilen hit* tlie Citll in the Pools. New York, Nov. 5. The excitement over tlie approach ing election is intense, and this even ing the lobbies in tho hotels are crowd ed with persons eagerlv discussing tile result in this State, which may decide tho contest. The betting is very heavy end tlie pool-room quotations favor Tiiden, but the Republicans claim that these do not repiosent tho real state of tlie pools and outside wagers aro nearly even on the .Stale ticket. The Democrats arc giving small odds on tho general result. The canvass in this city, owing to the fact that tlie local Democratic ticket is al most certain of being elected, is claimed as calculated not to bring out tlie full party vote, and this, tlie Republicans urge, is favorable to them. The Effect of the Elec Mon Excite ment on the t eiiteniilnl. New York, Nov. <i. A Times' Philadelphia special says the interest is so much turned to the election that the Centennial exhibition is being forgotten apparently, for it is observed that visitors arc rapidly leav ing the city, so that some large houses are reported to lie almost descried. There Is hardly a voter from a (Ion 1)1 Ihl State who will be found in the exhi bition on Tuesday. Municipal Conference. New York, Nov. fi. An important conference was held last evening, which had not finished its labors at a lale hour this morning. There were present Mayor Wickham and corporation counsel Whitney rep resenting the City Commissioners, Wheeler and Nichols, of the Police Hoard, Supervisor Davenport, District Attorney (ieo. Bliss and United States Marshal Fisk on the part of the Gov ernment. The object of the meeting was to se ure a fair vote. FOREIGN NEWS. Pardon of fltt.?-(»n Conimiinlsts Conference jit Cousin ull ample. Paris, Nov. fi. Decrees were issued to day pard-n ing, nr commuting, (lie sentences of filt.v-two Communists, The Moniteur, the organ of the Min ister of Foreign Alfairs, says it appears probable that all guaranteeing powers will agree to the proposal for a confer ence at Constantinople. Prospect* of Ponce. Bondon, Nov. 6. The Times, in u leader, says : “ We think, with a majority of our country men, that tho chances are in favor of peace and of such peace as may assure the well-being of tho regions concerned bv removing every pretext for agita tion. _ Aojol'b.nko. — There will be no meeting of the San Francisco Stock Boards to-day, they having adjourned on account of election day, PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. PROM CALIFORNIA. Large Vote In Him rr.mrisco. San Kuancisi.o, Nov. fi. There W nothing hut polities to be ho,iill in the way of news this evening. Iloth parties express continence In the result. In the city the total registra tion is unprecedented. The names, tip to Saturday night, numbered 5.T851 and work has been going on actively all dav adding, probably, 1,500 to the list. It seeans probable that not less than 40,000 ballots will be cast in this City to-morrow. Dint oi Ills Wound*. VVlNNKMUCCA, Nov. 0. .las. IJnbb’er. a saloon-keeper, died here yesterday from a wound ho had received n-erlv a month ago from one Ned Willis, The two men had had some ditliciilty early in the morn | ing, and Willis being worsted left lltibbler’s suloi'ti muttering threat*, ■t short I tine uf erwards, Iltihhler be ing sea'ed licl.ire his saloon door, Wil lis returned and placing the mnz/.le of a six shooter to Htibbler’s head, tired, the hall entering the back of the head, glazing the brain and passed out. Willis itas been held in jail a vailing the result of llnbhler’s wounds, which terminated yesiorday evening in his death. Active Kcgi*; cat ion - >lr. Piper's Prlriiils Nnnguilie. •Sam Khancisco, Nov. <?. Registration is very activeihis morn ing. The line extends from the rooms on tlie corner of Commercial noil LeidosdorfT streets op the former street to Montgomery. The autlioiities are actively prosecuting the search for f nudlllcnt voters. Several more ar rests have been made, and it is pmb ab'e that the movement will be pretty effect dally checkmated. Private telegrams Iroin New York state that Tilden has the call in pools at immense odds. Pi|>er’» adherents profess the great est confidence that he will carry the city to-morrow. BORN. ~ Silver City. Xov. 2-Wifo of John Kreborn a daughter. —■ '■»■■■ ii . 'L II — DIED. Carson, Nov. 1—John Kitisatrioii, agtd 2it years. SK)Y TO-DA Y. Wiegand. Jones ' 'IV. & Co's SILVtR-NOTE DANK CO. OF SAX FRANCISCO. Conrad Aaron Wiegand, Manager. YIRliIM.t, XKYADY. TT is PIjRPOARD, AFTER KSTARMSH X lisbing the Virginia CLy Agency of this | Company. t*» open Agencies of thofament (fold llill, Silver Citr. Dayton, Carson, Au rora, lloiio, Wadsworth. Winnvnmcca, Elko, Hamilton, Austin and Track or. IVstin «*tera and Editors r LEASE NO TICE and start uction i:i best quarters. Darcal informal on in relation to this movement may be obtained by parties (if well known) ap» lying, who can expedite and assist in the i a.u riCAi. kkmonkt kuion ok silver, ami in kaumng the values ok miring stocks, by communicating (t* mtrk.tkst com huknck) pertinent facts to the Manager as below. All DAILIES published in th® Stale of Nevada (Virginia Enterprise excepted) please copy and advertise this notice one •rcuk on loweat tonus and send bill. other Nevada paport please apply, with proper statement* as to circulation, etc., as below. for authority to advertise. No paper no« d publish which dors not Ed itorially '■notice” (either favorably or t»n lavora* ly bill uiirii.ousi.y will not do) the advertisement. Dill should contain a clip I ling of al. and notice, and copy r.f paper mailed besides. CONRAD A. WIEGAND, Drawer C, Virginia City I*. 0., .Nevada. n7-lw • Notice to Saloon Keepers SiiF.nrrr’s Office, Eurkka, Novembor 3, 1870. ! JJNDER AND IiY ORDER OP ACT ICrlntliiif to Iona. Approved March 12, 1873, that no person sh>>I sell, give awuy or furnisn. either for or without pay, on any day upon which «ny gon eral olecti n is hold, any spirituous, mult or form on ted liquors or wines; you aro hereby requested to close your saloon* and place* whore liquors ur* sold, from m o’clock a. m. until H o’clock p. m of the dnv, to wit; on tho I seventh day of November, lh7J. tiKO. W. tULMORF, Sheriff of Eureka county. Ry 8, D. J em., Deputy. ji-'i-td NEW GROCERY AND Provision Store ! MUS. A. LKK BEDS TO INFORM the public of Eureka and vicinity that alio Intends oponing business with a choice selection of General and Family Groceries and Provisions, In her stone butldinz, North Mnin street, Eu reka, on TUESDAY NEXT, Novomber 7th. Her stock is h11 now and well selected and will be fold ns choaj* for cash iu any in town. Call and see hor and judge for yourselves. no3-tf D. MAH HEIM. DEALER IN | GENERAL 'MERCHANDISE. 0 -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING MAIM STREET. Eureka, Nevada. jalltf _mWHEN'S BALL. CR AND BALU TO BE GIVEN BY Eureka Hcok & Ladder Co. No. I, —AMI)— Knickerbocker Hose Co. No. 2 BIGELOW’S HALL, Thursday Evening. Nov. it, 187ii. * <nn it tee of Arrmigemenls: 1 .> Uc)ilff]:it Sam Kaiaol U L Scott Davo Manheitn K Uuiberson Louis lirandt Committee of In vitntlou: Ld Loren t bill A C Bishop A«a C O Hubbard A Bar."anti S Bnfaul L Brandt O L Scott 1) W Levaa I< l.o«*<*henkob! J Jlumpbryi J McDormiit J BSimr sun Schafor V <iri»n K tSuibcMwn .! B'dand J Kn right C Samuel* T 8 nnujrlan A If ChnrU t hns I'ryor M .1 Franklin I* Winn J W Kllv«on I>nve Mnnbeim C Knii;lit .1 II Morrinon II Ki (1 11 H McKee L C llorer .J (’ Lockwood II Kendall ¥ <lrot»te»*h*n Torroeco McMahon J 11 Michel T Kennedy J 0 Lol^an Ilec4'|»t«oii Coinniillff: f'hn« Knight Thus K(»ii"**dy It 15 McKee I) W I4"fun Ed Lovontbal C Hubbard II Kind Moor JI minjoni: l) Manheim A If < harts L»r A C Li?hop M J Franklin H* tniberson S lUfacl f'lonr nirrctor. : i : T. S. Oouslna. THE VERY BEST MUSIC Obtainable will be in attendance. Ticket*, A'laulf (laaz l.a(t!cs and dcu llemiau, &3 OO. o17td ©. DV7IKKL. a. UI’Hri, 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Halo and I lark HtmU Dealers in Foreign and Domestic 1> II Y GOOD H, AND CLOTHING! BOOTS, snots. HATS. CAPS. KTO.. And Manufacturers of t'ASSI-UKKK AMs W IIITK Mil I It TV mrl2-tf T0VAI.L is authorised to e»l further notice.' eii22 New Photograph Gallery! UIIIH MONACO. Proprietor. On South Main stroet. Kuroka. o.adaj Mr NEW GALLERY HAVING BEEN com pie ted, 1 uni ready to furnish th« Post and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To bo obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDS OF 1'ICTliRKS are finished in superior style and with tho latest improve ments of the art. E.\ LARGED PHOTOGRAPHS, reprodu ea trom the smallest Miniatures to Life Sire, are taken at this Gallery equal to any taken East or West. All negatives are carefully retouched and proservod tor futuro orders, tel LOUIS MONACO. Artist. ARCADE SALOON. W. S. BOLAND, : : : : PROPRIETOR, Mouth Until Ml.. I iin ku, Kiev. rj'IIE riNEST BRANDS OF MINES. LKUOKfi AMI CIUAKM ron gst.it AT MHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I will ho pleased to meet all my old friends, and also all the now ones 1 can make. c. ’i-tt W. 8. BOLAND. YO U JN Gr’S CONFECTIONERY! r* A N I> 1KS .FRUITS, N UTS A N 1> CON F KC \ TIONKRY manufaeiureil by aiyaelf, at tbo new Confectionery St j*o, on The J\ast Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers Jt t\anr,tin's. No Old Imported Co ectionery! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. p*~ I DEFY OPPOSITION. <v21-tf M. YOUNtX. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Til\ TWENTY OOOP CARPENTERS. Z\) Apply to JAS. SHARP, at the timber yard below depot of Kureka and rail**' ® Railroad Company. . ^ 4 P. KVKRT.ClMiT.SuPt; Euroka, Noe. 1, l*7J. ol-l'H