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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 187b. AUKMTH. W. K. WILSON....Piorhe DOCTOR C. SHUL/.E.Ruby Hill WILL N RA1SHITTS.f’alisndo A. M. lL.ilNE.Austin T. STARR.Hamilton H. P. STLMLKK.B-lmoni CllAS. B. Si'BITBEKUKli.Tybo OHAS. W. CRANK, at Ne. 42b Montgomery stroet, is Sole Agont for the Eurokn Daily Skstiski, in San Francisco, Persons in tnat city having business with this office are re Miosted to oommunicftte with him. ALK. CHART/ is authorised to receive smo scriptions for tho SgXTmKL and collect for tho same in this town. ^11 persons in Eu reka swing for subscriptions will make payment to him. THE I.I.E4 TION AeWH. The dispatches which we publish to pay are conflicting, but their general tonor is favorable to the success of Tilaen ahd Hendricks. The reports from San Francisco state that consid erable hilarity was manifested yester day among the Republicans on ac count of certain vague rumors of suc cess in the doubtful States, which the dispatches from these sections by no moans justify. It appears that their jubulancy was based upon dispatches that if the Republican electoral ticket were elected in California,Oregon,Flor ida, Louisiana and South Carolina that Uayesand Wheeler would be elected by one vote. If our dispatches are re liable, and they came from Republican sources, Florida and Louisiana have gone Democratic, while the chances are decidedly In favor of a similar tri umph in South Carolina. The report that Senator Morton had received a dispatch announcing the election of Hayes is contradicted by the gentle man himself, and the report that Sen ator Sargent had roceived a similar tel egram is doubtless also a canard. It is natural that a party which has con trolled the national patronage for six teen years should cling to the last ves tige of hope, but we can not perceive anything eveu as tangible as a straw for them to cling to. However, we will wait until the news is contirmed beyond peradventure before we con gratulate our readers upon the happy result. THE COUNTY TICKET. As is well-known there was a great deal of scratching of tickets on election day, aud the result is that the county offices are pretty fairly divided between the candidates of both parties. For State Senator (long term,) Cassi dy (Dem.) has four majority over Wal lace (Rep.,) with Cortez and Roberts Creek to bear from, which will proba bly Increase his majority to eighteen. Baker, (Dem.) for the short termSen atorship, defeats Hubbard (Rep.) by a handsome majority. For snefin, Sms (Kep.) is elected. For County Clerk, Harmon (Dem.) baa a largo majority. Hyland (Deni.) beats Immel for Treasurer. For Assessor, the tight between Pow ell (Dem.) and Knight (Rep.) is very close and will probably not bedefinite lydecided until the returns are received from Cortez and Roberts Creek. For District Attorney, Merrill (Dem.) is elected. For Commissioner (long lerm,) Page ( Rep.) defeats Devin, and Oberor (Dem.) beats Readlo for the short term. Cromer (Rep.) beats Beatty for Jus tice of the Peace of Eureka township, and McKay (Rep.) beats Pryor for Constable. The Democratio School Trustees are elected. Not having all tho figures handy, we are not able to give the result on Pub lic Administrator,Survoyorand Super intendent of SchoCls. CONDENSED ELECTION RE. TURNS. Our returns from Oregon np to 10:30 p. m. last night show increased Re publican majorities on the Portland side of the mountains. The Republi cans claimed the State by 10,000, and the Democrats conceded a Republican majority. Fresno county, California, gives 000 Democratic majority. Eleven precincts in Yuba county, California, give Hayes 182 majority. It was expected that the remaining nine precincts would not materially change these figures. Ten precincts in Calaveras give 64 Democratic majority. Tuolumne gives 113 Democratic ma jority. San BernadiDo gives Hayes 66 ma jority. Los Angles, 356 Democratic ma jority. Ventura, Hayes 16 majority. Stanisluaa, 290 Democratic majority. Washoeoounty, Nevada, gives Hayes 243 majority; Wren and Leonard each 235 majority. Lincoln county, Nevada, so far as the oount had progressed, gave Hayes 257; Tiiden, 227; Wren 251; Ellis 252. The Republicans elect Senator and two Assemblymen and all the county officers except Treasurer, Sheriff and Recorder. Says the Belmont Courier of the 4th inst.: “ The telegraph operator here has been unable to get communication with the Eureka office since Thursday night. The reason is a mystery un solved, as it is believed there is no break of the wire between the two oi ficea. It may be the operator in Eureka has ‘got on the wrong wire.’ ’’ The State Hank of .Nevada, at Pioohe, ^ lias declared it* regular monthly divld- j end of two per cent; payable on the J 10th instant. This hank pays two per 1 cent, dividends as regularly as tlie 1 months come around. Elder Joseph Smith, son of the founder of the Mormon religion, is preaching in Carson, ills creed is Mormon, without ttio polygamy part of it. , The Silrer Stale speaks of politics in Paradise. Wo have always been led to believe that Paradise is a place where the wicked cease from troub ling and the weary are at rest. stkai.ixus. On Saturday evening last, says Uio Carson Tribune of Monday, as W. Collins, partner in the fruit business in the Driesbaeh building, was on his way homo from Virginia City, he was stopped by a ruffian at that old favorite place called Chalk Hill. The fellow called out “ halt 1” and the horses stopped. He demanded Mr. Collins’ money and fired two shots at him. Mr. C. finding things getting warm, handed the lines to Seldou Uicliards.who was with him, and, leaping out of the wagon, foil on the would-be robber, bearing Him to tlie ground. Collins boat the fellow witii liis fists until tired, and taking bis revolver from his hand, gave him a few knocks w ith that, and what is bet tor than all, brought the pistol home as a trophy. Fearing that there might be others associated with lHe highway man, Mr. Collins did not wait to kill him quite. The Pioche Record of the oth instant says: “The new furnace recently erod ed at Bullionville started up yosterday morning. Should its workings prove satisfactory, it will be a permanent in stitution. The indications are very favorable. The Nevada mine, former ly known as tlie Hulin and Hunt, lias now about 400 tons of ore on the dump. About 100 tons have been hauled to the furnace, which is of 20 ton capacity. The parties owning this mine intend to prospoct it thoroughly and, from pres ent appearances, will ultimately devel op a very large body of ore.” The Belmont Courier of the 4th inst. says: “Phillip Littlejohn*, who was shot by Richard Vivian, on the 2nd of October, died on Monday last— 30th nit. He recovered sufficiently to ad mit of being out on the street about two weeks previous to his death, and, at the time, it was supposed he would rooover entirely. Much was not the case, however, unfortimitely, as lie grow worse and finally died. Both were natives ot Cornwall, England. Pioche Record:—"At a certain voting precinct, not a hundred miles from Pioche, there hangs a couple of demi johns, with t lie following touching le gend inscribed above: ‘No ticket made up yet. No ketchem whisky, no vote.' It iii signed by two of the solid men of the place, and is too suggestive to ren der further notice necessary.” The Silver State of the 5th instant says of the Jersey mine: “ Reports from the Jersey mine are very encour aging. A large*quantity of ore is being extracted and assorted for shipment. Hank Follows has recently bccu ap pointed foreman of the mine.” ELECTION NEWS. California Congressional Retnrns. Han Francisco, Nov. 8. Re'«ms droiu the interior coma in rather slowly. In the Second Congressional district 53 towns and products give the Re publicans 1,207 majority, with Page running ahead of his ticket, to which mav bo added estimated majorities of 1,000 each in Sacramento and Alameda counties. In the Third District 54 towns and precincts including the complete vote of Vallejo give 1,303 Republican ma jority. In the Fourth District 35 towns and precincts give 145 Demo cratic majority, not including San Jose. l'arlioro Elected. Los Anoklkh, Cal., Nov. 8. Pacheco ia running ahead of Wig giutnn bv a small majority. Wigington will fall short 200 votes. (treat Excitement In Nan Francisco. San Francisco, Nov. 8. The excitement on the street is con tinually on tits increase. Montgomery street is almost impassable. The throng is surging and shouting. Recent favor oble reports have excited the Republi cans to the highest pitch of enthusiasm. Men of a financial turn of mind argue that tile fact that gold in Now York drop|>ed from 110, at noon, to 10f»M. at 3 p. m., is significant of a Republican victory. Nan Francisco gives Hayes 703 Ma jority.—Davis ahead of IIIs Tick et. San Francisco, Nov. 7. The count of the electoral vote In tho city Is complete ami gives Hayes 70S majority, with Davis away ahead of tils ticket. The Congressional count is not yet compleie. The Republicans Receive a Urata ol Comfort. San Francisco, Nov. 8. The papers this morning, and they generally expressed the sentiment of tlie poople, conceded Tilden’s election, but recent news from the Fast, giving Louisiana, South Carolina, Florida and Wisconsin to the Republicans and claiming the election of Hayes by one majority, has thrown everything in doubt again and the Republicans are somowhat disposed to throw up their hats. An immense crowd blocks Montgomery street, from California to Washington street, and the bulletin boards are besieged. No later returns aro being received from tho interior. Returnslroui Kaalsl'nixCounty. San Francisco, Nov. 8. Full returns from Santa Cruz make the Republican majority 412. Pacheco is even with his State ticket. There is great interest over the CaU’f dispatches. Sacramento County. Sacramento, Nov. 7. Complete returns from nearly all the precincts In the couuty indicate that Hayes carries the county by 1,200 ma jority. Page’s majority for Congress will reach 1,400. Hayes' Election t'lalrartl. San Francisco, Nov. 8. The private secretary of Mr. Hayes claims the election of Ifayes by one majority. Another Rnmor. San Francisco, Nov. 8. Sargent has received advices that Haves has 185 electoral votes certain, wjiich elects him. Election News from the East. San Francisco, Nov. 8. T,ate«t from Wisconsin, very close; chances in favor of the Democrats. Chicago has gone Democratic by over 3,000. Iowa goes Republican by 45,000 and electa all her Congressmen. New Jersey has gone Democrat io by 13,000 majority. In Itiiltalo the Democrats gain 317; in Milwaukee county, probably 2,500. The Democrats have carried Con nectient by 3.000. Ohio and Indiana show small Dem ocratic gains. Oregon Thought to have done Re publican. Portland, Nov. 8. Mnlternmat County — All but tour small precincts give Hayes 2.005 ; Til don, 1,413. Congressional—Williams, 1,000; Dane, 1,415. Thirteen counties, as far us heard from, gives Hayes0,103; Tilden, 5.138. The State is undoubtedly Republican by a small majority. Morrlssy Reports Tllilen'a Election —I.a lor-l.a feat. Oookn, Nov. 8. Morrissey telegraphs from New York that Tilden has 188 electoral votes. Probably a Joke. Ogden, Nov. 8. Chicago gives us good night with the news of tiie election of Hayes and Wheeler, sure. Nevada. Toano, Nov. 8. The precinct of Toano goes three Re publican majority for Presidential Elec tors and Congressmen. Hattie Mountain—This precinct gives Tilden five and Ellis live majority. As sembly ticket, 19 Republican majority. Winnemueea—This precinct gives 21 majority for Tilden and Hendricks j Kills, for Congress, 25 majority; Leon ard, 1 majority. Klko—Carlin precinct gives Hayes 85; Tilden 42. For Congress, Wren, 88; Ellis, 38. Iiallack precinct—Hayes, 8; Tilden, 14; for Congressman: Kllis, 14; Wren, 8. P.KI.MONT, Nov. 8. Pine Creek precinct gives Hayes live; Tilden, six. Congressmen—Wren, 6; Kllis, 5. Nevada. A dispatch from Carson now gives Ibe complete returns at 749 Republican and 397 Democratic. Churchill county gives Tilden a ma jorityof25. Ellis is running ahead of his ticket. Ormsby county gives Hayes 352 ma jority. Reno—Haves, 455; Tildon, 355. Wadsworth — Hayes, 110; Tilden, 51. A dispatch from \ irginia to the Chairman of the Democratic Stale Central Committee here concedes the State to the Republicans by 800 ma jority* Tlie Pioohe count stand* Hayes, 55; Tilden, 49; Wren, 55; Ellis, 49. It will take till to-morrow noon to com plete the count. Geneva, Nov., Douglas county. Jack’s Valley precinct—Hayes, 17; Tilden, 14. For Congress, Wren, 20; Ellis, 9. Genoa precinct—Hayes, 117; Tilden, 62. For Congress, Wren, 106; Ellis, 70; Supreme Judge, Leonard, 115; Kirkpatrick, 60. Piochk, Nov. 7. Bullionvillo gives Hayos, 29; Tilden, 30. Congress, Wren, 29; Ellis, 30. Hamilton—Hayes, 81; Tilden, 61; Judge of the Supreme Court, O. R. Leonard, Republican, 79; Kirkpatrick, Democrat, 66. For Congress, Wren, 88; Ellis, 56. For Senator, Comitis, Republican, 80; Skillman, Democrat, 64; for Assembly, S. S- Burl, 79; G. I). Cobttrn, Republican, 82; C. B. Kimball, Republican, 92; O. H. Gray, Republican, 76; Thos. Rnokbill, 60; Demist rat, 89; A. G. Lowery, Democ rat, 64; E. Orser, Democrat, 43; John Webber, Democrat, 43. Connecticut. Haivtkoud, Nov. 8. No doubt the Legislature is Republi can in both branches. One hundred and thirty-eight out of 169 towns give 4,684 Democratic ma jority. A Slight Difference of Opinion. New Orleans, Nov. 8. Republicans claim the State by 4,600 and the Democrats claim it by 20,000 majority. Indiana gone Democratic. Indianapolis, Nov. 8. Two hundred and twenty towns net a Democratic gain of 502 over the Octo ber elections. The Democratic majori ty in the State is probably 7,000. WinMuitu Falla lata Mue. Milwaukee, Nov. 8. One hundred and seventy-six towns, net Democratic gains 789. Democrats probably carried the State. The Herald Concedes the Election of Tllden. New York, Nov. 8. The Herald, In an extra issued at ! p. m., gives 21 Slates as casting a Dem ocratic majority and 16 Republican. Of the electoral votes Tild»-n is placed ar 209 against 160 cast for Hayes. The dispatches from the Slates pub lished in that paper give but litle fur ther news. South Carolina Still la Donbt. COLUMHIA, NOV. 8. The Democrats confidently claim Hampton’s election, and the entire Stale ticket. The Republicans claim the State. -The result is still iu doubt. Florida Claimed lor Hayes. New York, Nov. 8. The Herald lias bulletined that Florida will go Republican Mouth Carolina far Tllden. Charleston, Nov. 8. The Democrats now claim the Stale by a good majority. Further from Florida. Jacksonville, Nov. 8. The Democratic gains were large in all counties, witli three or four excep tions. The opinion of moderate men is that Florida will elect the entire Deirixiratio State ticket by over 2,000 majority. Tllfleu Rarely Elected, New York, Nov. 8. The excitement is intense. The Democrats are wild over assurances from headquarters that Tii.ten is surely elected. Minnesota gives heavy Republican majorities and elects all Republican Congressmen. In Massachusetts, 123 towns give Hayes 51,TIKI; Tildcn, 31.1101, Georgia gives a Democratic majority from 50,000 to (50,000. Month Carolina goes Republican by 20.00(1. Mississippi is claimed by the Dem ocrats by 30,000. Louisiana, so far as counted, shows a Democratic plurality. Private dispatches say New York, Indiana and Connecticut are for Til den. In Philadelphia the Republican ma jority is 15.200. In New York, 310 town*, outside of New York city and Rrooklyn, show not Democratic gains of 3,530. In Now Jersey, later returns say the State is atill in doubt. Florida is claimed by the Demo erats. The Connecticut Legislature is Re publican. Evidently Weakened. Nkw York. Nov. 8. The Commercial Advertiser says the latest election returns are of a more hopeful nalure to the Republicans. The Democrats are not ao confident and are anxiously wailing to hear Irom the doubtful StHtes. At the Republican National Com mittee rooms they claim Louisiana and Florida, while Oregon I* conceded to the Republicans, and if tlie above claim can be maintained it is possible that Hayes may be elected. Zacli Cliandier, in a conversation tills afternoon, said as much, however, it would not do to plaoe great reliance on such calculations. 8ax Fkaj»ciroo, Nov. 8. Complete and partial returns from 41 conn tins in Wisconsin show 4,200 Republican gain over last year. This can't be overcome hv ihe coun'ies to hoar from. The Republican majority in the Stale is fully 3,000. Dispatches to Southerners in Cincin nati admit that possibly North Car olina and Louisiana have gone Repub lican. The Democratic majoiity in New York is estimated at from 110,000 to 30.000; in Virginia, liO.OOO. Governor Chamberlain claims South Carolina by 15,0<t0. A special to the Now York Tribune and Time* says that Florida is Repub lican. All newspaper offices in San Francis co have steam up and are preparing to strike off extras on tlio reception of news. The crowd in the streot is quite as dense as last night. During the dav it lias been mostly of a Republican complexion hut this evening the Dem ocrats seem to have assembled again. The excitement is intense, and conflict ing dispatches keep tiie crowd in a constant state o( exultation and de spair. t lorl,In for Tilden. Tallahas.se. Nov. 8. The latest returns give this State to Tilden by a majority of 2,000. Louisiana for Tilden. New Orleans, Nov. 8. The city give* a Democratic majority of 11,000. Returns from the interior show increased majorities. Political Excitement In Ran Fran risen. San Francisco, Nov. 8. In this city Davie beats Ftper 2011, on complete returns. The excitement on the street is intense. Immense crowd* surround the bulletin boards, anti as dispatches are posted cheers rend the air from either party as news is favorable to one or the other. At the rooms of the State Central Com mittee an air of universal doubt pre vails; neitlie rare very sanguine of tire result. Both Republicans and Demo crats claim extensive frauds in this city Hiid point to a largely increased vote in pmof of this assertion. Election Rumors. S’an Francisco, Nov. 8. Senator Morton, in an interview, de nies that he lias received any dispatch to the effect that Indiana has gone Re publican. He saitl that from what he had heard at the Kepubllean State Cen tral Committee rooms it seems that he would consider Hayes elected. No dispatch ha* been received as re ported Irom Tilden announcing Iris election, though dispatches from Now York, to the Democratic Central Com mittee, hive come to tire handa of Mayor Bryant and prominent Demo crats to that effect. Geo. C. Gorham has received a dis patch from \V. K. Chandler, one of the secretaries of the Republican Com mittee in New York, which says that all depends on Oregon and Nevada, and that if they are Republican Hayes is elected; also, that good Republican majorities arc assured in Louisiana and Florida. BORN. Pioche. Nor. 4—Wife of Tboa. tlallngher, a daughter. BIBB. Winnoraueea, Not. 5— James Mulder, a na tive of Indiana, agod about :<5 year*. jrmw to-pa >•. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?" 20 GOOD TEAMS! ITOU SORAPEIl WORK. APPLY TO J. L. Whiteside, on the work* above town. P. KV LUTS, (lenernl Superintendent K. 4 P. It. It. nil-fit NEW GROCERY AND Provision Sitore ! Mrs. a. lee reus to inkorm the publie of Euroku and vicinity that she Intends opening business with a chcico selection of General and Family Groceries and Provisions, In her stone building. North Main street. Eu reka, on Tl'KSDAY N EXT, November 7th. Her stock is all new and well selocted and will be sold ns cheep for cask as any in town. Call and see her and judge for yourselves, nolt-tf BII.LUr.AIIN. l.E ri'I.llll KAIW4 and cards, printed at the SENTINEL office, to order MISCELLANEOUS. R. SADLER & CO.. MAIN STT.KKT.EVREKA, NEV.. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Ucwd. Dellterfd Fre* ol Chare*. AGENTS FOR FOREX our AND SODtS INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THK * California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. _ m»r'-tf D. MAN HEIM. DKAJ.KK IN GENERAL 'fYiERCHANDISF. -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING MAIN STREET. Eureka, Nevada. j.1i»f O. DL'ftKf.U a. K a PH KL 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Main nml 4 lurk Mrnli Dealer) in Forei*n and Domestic 1>RY GOODS, AND CLOTHING! BOOT:?. Silo's:?, HAT.?. CAPS. ETC.. And Manufacturers of I'AMinKKK AMD W I1ITK KIIIHTM mrli-tf TOVALL is authorised to eol further notice. au22 New Photograph Gallery! MII'IM M4SMA40. Proprietor. Ob South Main street. Eureka. eradsi Mr NEW GALLERY HAVING BEEN completed. 1 aui ready to luruish the best and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To be obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDS UF PICTURES are finished in auporior style and with the latost improve ments of the art. ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPHS, reproduced trum tbe smallest Minitturos to Life Size, ere taken at this Gallery c>|ual to any taken East or West. AII negatives are carefully retouched end preserved lor future orders, jol LOU Its MONACO. Artist. *Y OUISG’S CONFECTIONERY! CAN DIES. FRUITS, N UTS A ND CON FEC TION'ERY ruenufac'ured by myself, at the near Confectionery Store, on The Kaat Side of Main Htreet, opposite Meyer* it J-'ra ir.lin'e. No Old Imported Co cctioncry ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myaelf. JUT I DEFY OITOSITION. ‘vtl-tf M. YOUNG. NOTICE—BATHS! AS THE WEATHER IS GETTING COLD ray bnrU room* in the future will be *iii’|t)ioil with STOVES tor the comfort of my patrons. Our Mineral Baths Arethehe«tin the State for Rheumatics: our COUGH TONIC and 1'ILEd SALVE will cur# all; every cane curable. Remember the pl#uer the Old Silver Brick building. North Main street, adjoining lhncber’i. spK-liu T. DEXTER. NOTICE. ’ Notice is hereby given that the State and County taxes are now due and payable at ray office, at the banking house of D. U. lumul A Co., and that tha Imvs in regard to their cvlloction will be strictly enforced. W. A. MONTGOMERY, County Treasuror and Kx-olfioioTax tCollector. Eureka, Oct. Rl, IK7G. oistf tlREMEN'B ball. GRAND BaTlj TO BE GIVEN BY Eureka Hook & Ladder Co. No. 11 f « —A*J»— Knickerbocker Hose Co. No. 2V BIGELOW’S HALL, Thursday Kvanio*. Nor. !>, 1H7iS. I'ammiUM of Arrauitmrnlc T S Dougla* iSam Kafa*l U L Scutt IJaro Manhoim J II (fliiibomon | Louia iirandt | foiainlllca of lavitnlion: ] r.d I.erantlial A 0 Bi*ho[> Ana tJr»-n l' (1 Hubbard A Baraanti ft Kafaal I la Brandt 0 P 8cott P W Lovna L I.onrhrnkohl J Humphry* J .VlcPeruiitt J B Sirnpaon C Schafar 0 llrim KOuibrrxoQ aJ Poland .1 Kn right C SninuMi T 8 Pouflas A If C harta ( has Pryor M J Franklin P Winn J W Kllvson Pave Manheim C Knight •J II Morriaon H Ki. d H H McKee CC Hover .1 (• Corkwood H Kendall K (Irostophan Terrene* McMahon J H Michel T Kennedy J C C'ol.-au Rftceptlou Coimultte*t ( ha* kntjcht Tl|.»* K «»M n *»f| y II R McKoo P W l«eran Ed l.«*rortb"l C G Hubbard H Kind floor ■namgorst P Manheim A If ('harts Dr A C Bi.'hop M J Franklin R Uuibenon 8 Rafael n«*®r Dlrectar, i : i T.l, Dm«Im. THE VERY BEST MUSIC Obtainable will be in attendance. Ticket*, A«lanlttlaag I.imIIc* and Men* tleauain, 93 OO. Wiegand, Jones tlllll & Co's SILVER-NOTE BANK CO. OK SAN FRANCISCO. Conrad Aaron Wiegand, Manager. VIRGINIA. NEVADA. TT IS PI R ROSED, after establish. X li'hing the Virginia City Arency of this Company, to open Agencies of the same at Gold Hill, Silver City, barton, Cantor, Au rora, lleao, Wadsworth. Winnrruucca, Klko, Hamilton, Austin and Track#*. Pro* t masters and Editors PLEASE NO ; TICK and stnrt nction in host quarters. Partial informat on in relation to this movement may l>o obtained by parties (if well known* applying, who ran expedite and n«si«t in the raAPTiriL mkmo«»rt.f.%tiov or hilver, and in riiaino tiik vai.UI'h or mining stocks, by communicating (i!t m rictust roa riPKiscr) pertinent fa?ts to tho Manager as below. All DAILIES published in th* Sate of Nevada (Virginia Enterprise excepted) Ideas# copy and Advertise this notice one week on lowest terms and send bill. Other .Nevada papers ploase apply, with Croper statements as to circulation, etc., as elow. for authority to advertise. No paper ne*-d pubh'h which does not Ed itorially •‘notice” (either favorably or un favorably—but a* i rkii.oi huY will i»etdo> the advertisement, bill should contain a eli|> ttling of ad. and notice, and copy of paper mailed besides. CONRAD A. WIEGAND. Drawer C, Virginia City 1*. 0., Nevada. n"-l w FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY All ok tiib kuknitukk at tub resilience ef J. C. BROWN,Spring street, comprising Piano, l’ieturo*, Hook*. Parlor Furniture, Carpet.*, Kwi-ntom Furniture. Spring and Hair .MnttraMe4, Blanket*. Cur tain*, Sha<le» nnd V i.\tur«»*, Dining-room r ar iiiture, full *©f* of Tublo (’rockery, (Ha** iraro and Tableware, Plated Uoudl, Sowing Machine, Cako and Fruit tin*. Hour and rnigar Bin*, Hardening and Carpenter Tool*, Kitchen Furniture, Stovo Tine, Table and Cutlery, Parlor and Bod-rnuui Stove* and Piping, Stop, Itoof and Side Ladder*, .Swing*. Tub*. Bench©*, Dry Iloue©*, Clothe* Lino* and Pin*, livo Chicken*, Baby Buggy and Solf-rorking i radio. Canned St ff. ©te., to be *old iiuniediately f»»r ca*h. “ If yott don’t *t*e wlmt you want, ask lor it.” llttt'IIE TO RENT. The finest location in Eureka for a private boarding-house. #-4-tf ARCADE SALOON. W. si BOLAND, : : : : PROPRIETOR, Mouth Main Mt., Eartka, N*v. rpiIE FINEST BRANDS OK WINES. LIMl'OKM AND CIUAKM POD BALK AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I will be pleased to moot all my old friends, and also all the new onus 1 can make. oil-tf W. S. BOLAND^ Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the pnrtaership in the butcttenng busi ness heretofore existing between the unaor ligri.d is this day dissoiTwl by mutual oon •eut. W. H. OSTKRNDORK. TI108. HALMY, GABRIEL MORGENTIN* Eureka, Nor., Nov. 7, 1870. The aboT. business w il be continued * the undersigned who '.sill pay all the a and collect all tka bills of the old eonoern. TH<>8. HA! ET. „x!,..,v.v GABRIEL MOKGKNliNH. Eureka. Not. 7. WM.