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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER f>, 1878. AOESTK. W. K. WILSON.......Pioohe DOOTOP 0. SHDLZE.Rubytlill WILL N RABBITTS..Palisade A. M. U'jRN£......Austin r. STARR.-.Hamilton H. P. 8TIMLKR.B.lnjont CIIAS. B. STEITBKROEK.Tybo CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 43* Montgomery street, is Sole Airent for tho Eureka Unity Skstisici. in Sail Francisco, Persons in that eity having businoss with this office are re quested to oottnuunlcate with him. ALH OHARTZ is artthorixed to receive sud •criptions for the Sixtiskl and collect for tho same in this town. All persons in Eu reka -wing for subscriptions will make payment to him. _ THE NEWS. Soma important items of news will be found in our telegraphic columns. In the Senate yesterday Senator Ed munds introduced resolutions calling for a committee to Investigate the charges of intimidation alleged to have been committed in certain of the Southern Stales at the late election. Senator Ingalls also presented resolu tions providing for the calling of a convention of delegates from all of the States, to meet in Columbus, Ohio, on the second Monday in May, with power to make a total revision of the Federal Constitution. In the House, Randall, alio was chosen Speaker, intimated very strong ly that President Grant should be brought up with a round turn for trampling the Constitution under foot with his military forces. A report comes from Louisiana mat the Board of Canvassers have given the State to Ilayos; also electing five Republican Congressmen and a ma jority of 126 on joint ballot in tbe Leg islature. Great excitement prevails in the Capital of South Carolina. One hun dred special constables, at the instance ,,f Governor Chamberlain, entered the State House, when the Democratic wing of tho Legislature, in order to avoid a collision, adjourned to a con venient hall. Both Legislatures were in sct&ion at latest accounts. In the case of Florida, no definite decision has yet been reached. The arguments of counsel were heard yes terday relative to tho contested dis tricts, and a decision is promised to day. In Oregon, Postmaster Watts' right to a certificate was contested and the matter is to be argued and decided to day. Williams, Republican, beats Lane, Democrat, in that State for Con gress, 1,118 votes. Governor Irwin of California refuses to certify to the election of the Repub lican candidate for Controller of State, there being tloubt about the existence of a vacancy in that office. The annual election of the Mexican Mining Company in San Francisco yesterday resulted In a triumph for the old board controlled by Sharon. Alvinza Hayward was on Sunday remarried to bis divorced wife. Young Granice, of Merced, Califor nia, has again been convicted; this time of murder in the second degree. Marriott, tho blackmailer, is under arrest for perjury. Alt AFFAIR OF IIOMOU. Romo tune ago D. E. McCarthy pub fished in his paper, the Chronicle, a card reflecting on Judge C. C. Good win, of tho Enterprise. The whole thiug originated, as we took it at the time, from a pleasantry attempted by Goodwin on McCarthy in regard to the late prize fight in Virginia City. We saw no rejoinder from the Enter prise editor, and naturally came to the conclusion that the affront was to be allowed to go unnoticed. In this view, however, it appears we were mistaken. Friends were designated on either side and sanguinary epistles have been flying back and forth for the past week. It must have appeared at times to the inside friends of the respective parties that tbe principals considered Virginia too small to hold both with out ‘‘a little blood letting.” Goodwin placed hie case in the hands of Major Gearing, whose energies seem to have been directed to a compromise of tiie trouble through the withdrawal of the offensive language employed by the Chronicle man. McCarthy It appears declined to accedo to the terms, and for reasons not clearly explained the aflhlr was brought to an abrupt termin ation. The Enterprise received here yesterday contains a card from Major Gearing explanatory of his connection w ith the affair and justify ing the course of his principal as being in strict ac cord with his decision and advice, by which Judge Goodwin had agreed in the beginning, to be governed. It is now McCarthy's turn to be heard. In the meanwhile we hope the gentlemen will adjust this little matter amicably. ' »■■■ ■ — ■ - ■ ■■■' ■ Will Not bk Cast Aside.—Thore is one thiug that pleasea us, remarks a contemporary, in all this uncertainty about the result of the election. It will set every man to studying the Constitution, constitutional law, the laws of tbo States, the rights of citi zens, their relations to the Ooncral Government and tiie State govern ments, the election laws and their de fects, and a hundred things pertaining to the rights of citizenship and duties ot citizens. An article on vital princi ples of government novr will no! he a-ldg bfoaii.se Jl Is long or prosy. THE STATE’* TITLE TO THE' PRISON M ROUND*. For years a cloud has been banging over the State's title to the grounds of the State Prison, near Carson. Away back in the early days of our Terri torial existence some of the officers neglected to perfect the title to the same in some trivial matter, and pro ceeding on this technical omission, FarmerTreadway.of Carson,and Judge Mesick, of Virginia, brought suit for the premises and obtained a decision ita the District Court in their favor. Tlie matter was thus allowed to rest, the State the meanwhile bolding and occupying the property. Two years ago Treadway came before the Legis lature with his claim, offering, if we remember correctly, to take $20,000 in satisfaction of bis judgment. The proposition did not meet with favor and his bill was not pressed. It now pears that the question of title is again up for adjudication in the United States District Court. The Appeal has the following well-timed remarks on the subject: The question to the title to the State Prison grounds, now being tried in the U. S. District Court, will, we hope, be decided one way or another before the incoming session of the legislature is concluded. It is to be regretted that it is not already decided, for very much depends upon it. There will doubtless Oe some very important legislation this winter concerning the State Prison —either toenlarge the present building or comnleto the work begun on the Truckee. This question of title ought not to embarrass the consideration of this matter. We have never believed there was any serious, well grounded claim against the State’s title; and while, of course, that is a question for the Court to decide, so long as there is a shadow of uncertainty about the ownership of the land in question there will exist a pretext for the pro posed removal. At all events, llie State should have had a decision long ago in order that the Legislature should be clear upon this one point. We trust that whatever is done in the United States Court will be done promptly and as far as possible, de cisively. We can not understand, however, w hy the suit has been thus long delayed. THE MILTER YIELD. Lately the Knglish financial journals have given credence to the idea that the annual supply of silver is gradu ally decreasing. They base this as sumption, remarks a well-informed exchange, on the belief that the mines of Nevada are failing. The yield ol Mexico, South America and other ail ver bullion producing countries shows no falling off, and the burden of the suppositious docline is laid upon tbe Comstock. Porbaps it is as well that such reports should be suffered to go mieoniradicted, for a faith in them will be the best lever to raise tbe price of silver, and that is more important to the people of this coast than any fame which may be gained by the greatness of our mineral resources. But the hard fuets of the ease show that there is no ground for any fear of the kind. The exports from San Francisco over land and to Asia tor the first nine months of the year show an increase of $4,000,000 over similar shipments last year, which is sufficient answer. The diminished production of the bo nanza mines has been accounted for to tbe satisfaction ol tho most captious critics, the dealers of mining shares on this coast; while other and new sources of bullion arc being opened which will soon swell tho total production to even greater figures. Tiik Longbst Days.—At Loudon and at Bremen, Prussia, the longest day has sixteen and a half hours: at Stockholm, in Sweden, the longest day has eighteen and a half hours; at Hamburg, in Germany, and Dantzic, in Prussia, the longest day has seven teen hours, and tho shortest seven hours; St. Petersburg, in Russia, and Tobolsk, in Siberia, tbe longest day has nineteen hours, and the shortest five hours; at Tornea, in Finland, tbe longest day lias twenty-one hours and a half, aud the shortest two hours and a half; at Wardhuys, in Norway, the day lasts from the 21st of May to the 22d of July, without interruption, and at Spitzbergen the longest day is three and a half months; at New York the longest day, June 19th, has fourteen hours and litty six minutes, aud at Montreal fifteen and a half hours, - ■ ii ■ • « —' i ■ i ■ Wells, tub Murderer.—The Sac ramento Record- Union solves the mys tery of Lite disappearance of Wells, the murderer, in 1880, by saying, on un known authority, that he was oon cealed in the room of Jim Knaggs, a local officer, for a day after the mur der, and then driven out iu a close car riage by Knaggs and another mau to a point near the American river bank, strangled and buried; the explanation being that these men were afruld Wells would “peach" ou them, if caught, all three having been concerned together in crime. The thin part of the story is that Knaggs’ companion is said to lie still living, and isn’t arrested. Cork kok Small-pox.—“I am will ing to risk tny*roputaiion as a public man," wrote Edward Iline to the Liv erpool Mercury, ‘Tit the worst caso of small-pox cannot be cured in three days, simply by the use of cream of tartar. Ouo ounce of cream of tartar dissolved in a pint of water, drank at intervals, when cold, isu certain never failing remedy. It has cured thou sands, never leaves a mark, never cau-ies blindm"«, and avoids tedious lingering," 1 NTKAM.MJV A small house, says the Klko Inde- ' peiident, containing all the appurte nances for the accommodation of a medium sized family unprovided with expanded views on the subject of infla tion, arrived hero on wheels from the eastward yesterday. It was artistic ally adjusted upon the running gear of a light wagon, and probably had “come tile plains across.” Although not quite so sumptuous in its appoint ments, alt the advantages of a Pullman hotel car were secured, accompanied by the soothing assurance that the dancer of being "telescoped” some tine night had been entirely obviated. The last, view we had of its gable end was just before it disappeared behind the hill beyond the river over which passes the Lamoille Valley road. It will probably form the nucleus of a large and thriving settlement some where in Utah or Arizona, by and by. The Hoard of Aldermen of Virginia Pity have passed an ordinance which tho Chronicle says makes it unlawful for boys under 10 years of age to bo upon the streets after 8 o'clock at night, unless accompanied by their parents or guardians, or unless provided w ith a permit from such parent or guardian. In ease of u violation of the ordinance, the police are to request the hoy or boys to go home, and on their refusing to do so, to arrest them; and on con viction, the punishment for the tir.st offense is made a fine of $5, or twelve hours imprisonment, and for ths sec ond offense flO fine and three days im prisonment. Gui-eppa Mozantl of Sntro recently : buried his money in hi* cellar. When he wanted to look upon hi* ducats they could not lie found. He then had a Chinaman arrested for the theft. Ai a trial before Judge Hickey the Celes tial was acquitted. Mr. Mozxnti then returned to bis abode and found the coin undisturbed where lie had him self placed it. A Gold llill bruiser was told that Jem Mace struck a blow equal to one thousand pounds. He had some idea of putting up his props to the cham pion, but wiion told of this he said the wind from such a blow would he enough for him. EASTERN DESPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [SPEC! At. TO THE DAILT SKNTINKI,.’ WASHINGTON. Congressional Proceedings. Senator E«l in Hints' Resolution — Proposition for n National Constitutional ton voution. _ SPEAKER R AN l>Af.I.'ft ATHtREM*. Washington, Dec. 4. Senator Kdmunda’ resolution to day recites that the second sectiou of the Fourteenth amendment of the Con*ti tutlon provides that representation shall lie apportioned among tile Suites according to the number of inhabit ant*, but when llio right of suffrage is denied any male citizen twenty one years of age in any State or National election, or when such right isabridged except for rebellion or other crime, tlie basis of representation t herein shall tie reduced in the proportion in which the number of such male citizens bears to tile whole number of male citizen* in such State, and that it is alleged that in some States—pariicularly South ('ar oliim, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi— the light of citizens of the United Stales to vote at the late presidential and Sia’e elec tion lias been denied or greatly abridg ed, and drclnring, therefore, rliat the Flection Committee, when apppointad, be Instructed to immediately inquire and report: First—Whether in the years 1875 and 1876 such rights have been denied and abridged in lliesn States. Second—To what extentsuoh abridg ment has been carried. Third—What means have accom plished it. Fourth—Who has effected it. Fifth—With what motives or pur poses. Sixth —By what pretended aul liority, and declaring further that ttiis com mittee send for papers, employ clerks, e:c.. and may sit during the session of the Senate and empower a soli com mittee to rcyprt; and also may provide lor taking affidavits on the question | neiore any aiiiuurizeu nincer, aim may consider (lie same, and that the com mittee inay examine tho eligibility un der the Constitution of the present presidential Electors alleged tr» have been ineligible, and whether tho ap pointment of Electors, or those claim ing to lie such in any State, lias beou by force or otherwise than conforma bly to the constitutional or State laws, and whether unconstitutional or un lawful interference lias been made witli the appointment of any Elector. The committee may also report whether Congress has any constitutional power, and, If so, what is the extent thereof concerning tho appointment of presi dential Electors, or over tho returns or certificates of the votes of such Elec tors. Washi.noton, Dec. 4. Senator Ingall’s resolution for a con stitutional convention in Columbus, Ohio, relates to constitutional provis ions for such convention. It Hsserts that there are import ant defects in the system of the Federal Government which render the situation delicate and critical, calling for the combined wis dom and virtue of the whole people, and that, therfore, First—In tho opinion of Congress a convention of delegates from the several States should meet for the ex press purpose ot revising the Federal Constitution ami reporting such altera lions and amendments in the nature of the entire instrument as shall, when ratified, properly render the Federal Constitution adequate to the emergen cies of the Goveri nient and the pre servation cf tho UnioH. Second—That each State may solid as many delegates as it lias Senators and Representatives In Congress, two being chosen by the State legislature and one elected from each congressional dis trict, as previously arranged at the time and place, and that no official, State or Federal, can bo a delegate. Third Flint the* constitutional con vention should bo held In Columbus, Ohio, on the socond Monday in May, 1877, its sessions being continuous. Fourth—That the Chief Justice of Iho Supremo Court should preside, and that each dclogate should receive twenty dollars per day and mileage of twenty cents for each mile necessarily traveled, the United States Treasury defraying all expenses. Fifth—That the convention on ad journment should report to tlio Presi dent of tho United States the revised constitution, and that lie should imme diately submit it to the delegates chosen lit each State by the people thereof under recommendation of its Legislature for assent and ratification. Sixth—Tho several State Legislatures are recommended to apply to Congress without delay to call i his convention. A Shu’s editorial says: Randall's brief address, on assuming the chair as Speaker yesterday, had a strong and manly ring' There was an ominous sound in the concluding words, which lie uttered with much force, declaring tiiat if unauthorized and unconstitu tional acts on the part of the Executive were not frowned down at once, with relentless and unsparing condemna tion, the country would he lost. SOUTH CAROLINA. One Hundred Special Constables Placed in the State House. General Huger Refuse* to Obey Chamberlain'* Instructions to It|crt the Demoernttr Member*. The Democratic Members Adjourn to Carolina Hall. New York, Dec. 5. A Herald Washington special says; Chamberlain telegraphed last night to Senator Patterson that h« intended to day to eject the Democratic Represent atives from Laurens and lOdgefield counties front the Legislature; that he had asked Gen. linger to assist him with troops and that Huger had re plied that he could not do it, his order* (icing positive not to interfere nr act in any manner except iu case of actual bloodshed, and even then not to inter fere in favor of any side or party, hut his force simply was to enforce peace. Columbia, Dee, 5. After the two houses were called to order, Speaker Wallace announced that as there were one hundred special constables in the .state House to eject the Democratic members, and as lie feared such a movement would he re sisted anil bloodshed ensue, he ad journed the House to meet at Carolina Hall, where they are now in session. The Republicans then went into secret session iu the State House. The town is full of people and great excitement prevail*. LOUISIANA. The Republicans Cut Through the Rear of the State House to Admit the Military. Report that tlie Returning Hoard ■ In* Decided lu favor of tlie Hayes idector*. Telegram from Znrlt t'handler. New York, Dec. 4. A Hun New Orleans 8 o'clock t\ M. special says: The Republicans have cut an entrance through the hack of tlie wall of the State House into tin. Orleans Hotel, which butts against the rear of the Capitol. The Orleans Ho tel is the quarters for several compa nies of troop*. This was done to ad mit the troops quietly into the State House at the meeting of the Legis lature and the inauguration of Pack ard. The legislature meets on the i first Monday in January, according to law. Kellogg apparently intends to call a session of that body at an earlier day. A statement is positively made to day that Gibson, member of Congress, is counted out. Later-* I*. M. Got. Wickliffe and Gov. Bigler have the latest information from the Re turning Hoard. This is that it has re turned as elected all the Ha3-es elect ors, five Republican Congressmen ami a majority in the Legislature of -6 on joint ballot. Zacli Chandler sent a dispatch to the Republican officials hero last night to the effect that the Republican repre sentation iu the Forty-fifth Congress was getting lower and lower, and that it «as absolutely necessary lu return all that could possibly be counted from this Slate. The hoard was si II in seoret session one hour ago. FLORIDA. The New York Times’ Account of the Argument Before the Canvassing Board. Decision Promised I'o-doj. New York, Dec. 5. A TYmeV Tallahassee special *ay* at the morning session ol the board, Diddle road an argument, summing up the case for the Democrats. Their contest was chiefly confined to the counting of Alachua, "(.'lay, Jefferson, Duval and Maker, and then asked the board to throw out enough Republican pre cincts to give theStato to Tllden by ! about 2,UOO. Thu testimony by which I it is bucked is of the flimsiest kind. The usual objection was made to the jurisdiction ol the board, though the precise power conceded to them could not be understood from Middle’s ar gument. It was substantially lh« siime as that claimed by the Deriio cratio lawyers in South Carolina. Af •tor Middle’s argument a large number of additional affidavits were tiled, in cluding these of the Republican in spectors of Jefferson oouuty, which disprove all the Democratic allegations about that county. If the Democrats had waited for these affidavits before making their argument they would not probably have asked the board to throw out UOO votes from Jefferson county. At the evening session ex Governor Voyos rend the summing up in the case of Alachua and Monroe counties, In which he made a clear n position of tbe law and its application to the facts as proved before the board. General Wallace followed In the case of Jetrerson county, effectually rebut ting oil the Democratic attacks on that county. VV. 10. Chandler presented the case of Haker, Manatee and other counties and General Harlow closed. The summing up by the Geueral and his review of the entire case on the Republican side was presented in a most thorough ami able manner, leav ing no doubt in the mind of any im partial listener that the decision of the board must be in favor of the Repub licans, if any regard is to bo paid to the law and tho facts. It is thought the board will render its decision to morrow. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA THE BAY. • — The Contest for Control of Mexican Results In the Triumph of tbe Old Hoard—Marriott, tbe lllaclt mnller. Again In Hot Wnter Altinr.it Hayward Remarries His Divorced IVife—ICxcIteiueaii Over the Xest from Knnlli Car olina. San Francisco, Dec. 5. The annual mcceing of the Mexican Mining Company this afternoon devel oped a Hlmrp struggle l>etween the old hoard and a new party headed by l„ P. Itrexler. Ninety-eight thousand three hundred and sixty-seven sharps were represented and the old hoard carried the day l>v the election of Trustees as follows: C. L. Weller, President; 3. 1>. Frye. Vice President; A. K. P. Harmon, .1. II. Dobinson and •loseph Sharon, by a vote of 04,240. Ifrexler claimed to have gone into the tight with over 50,000 votes, but as all proxies given by parties who became owners of the stock within the last ten days were ruled out under the code, his tight was spoilt. Frederick Marriott was arrested yes terday on a charge of perjury, on a warrant procured by Frederick Clay. The accusation grows out of a variance between the testimony of Marriott in the extortion case, and threo men who went to sec him on Clay’s behalf, to endeavor to have the article about the latter suppressed. Sunday last Alvinr.a Hayward was remarried lo bis divorced wife at the former’s residence at San Mateo, in the presence of a few triends. It is understood tire disposition of the prop erty, as made at the time of the di vorce, will remain unchanged. In the City Criminal Court this morning the case of Marriott, of the i .Vries f.i ttrr, charged with perjury by Frederick Clay came up for hearing, tart on motion of counsel for defen dant, was laid over until Saturday. The bulletined! dispatches announc ing the gathering of rfle clubs at Columbia. South Carolina, creates something of a sensation on the street, j and crowds are gathering around the bulletin boards. Uovcrunr Irwin Dtrliaps to Riga Henflelira terll Unite. SACRAMKNTO, Dec. 4. Gov. Irwin stated to-day that he wotdd tint sign the certificate of elec tion of Kcutield as Slate Controller. Harder In the Neeoud Ilearre Young Oranlre Again Con victed. Mf.rcep, Cal., I»ec 4. The trial of II. 11. Granice, indicted for murder in the lirst degree for the killing of Kdward Madden, in 1S74, was commenced In the District Court here on Wednesday last. Yesterday morning, after remaining out twelve hours, the jury brought in a verdict of murder in the second degree. Sen tence will tie pronounced on Satur day. It is thought .judge Terry will lake an apiwal to the Supreme Court •is soon as sentence ia pro mu need. OUMOV The Official Canvass of the Vote of the Stats. A Protest In Hie Case of Postmaster Halts and Argument* To be Heard. PoitTi.APtn, I tec. 4. The otticial canvass of the vote this afternoon, at Salem, by Gov. Grover) and Secretary ('hadwick, in tlx pres ence of tlie Presidential Kleotors and a large number of persons, resulted as follows: Odell, 15,290; Watts, 15,200; Cartwright, 15,214; Ivlippel, 14,130; Cronin, 14,157; I,o*well, 14,140; Clark, 509; Sutherland, MO; Carl, 507, scat tering, 4. Williams, Hep., for Con gress, 15,347; laine, item., 14,220. At the close of the canvass Gov. Grover stated that In the matter of the election for memlier of Congress a cer tiliuate would issue upon the canvass to Williams. In the matter of electors, he said a protest had been filed in the Kxeen tive oltlee against itie issuance of a cer tificate to Dr. Watts as an elector. The matter will be argued to-morrow. A Yankkk advertising for a vt.i'o says: l,It would be well if the iady were possessed ol a competency suf ficient to secure her against excessive grief in ease of accident occuring to her companion.” KARRIED. Hold Hill. Dee. I—Wife of b. b. liunkor, x run. DIED. Eureka, Decunibor :!—Infant non of M. b. Uxrtiott. County Uisrital. Eureks, lire. 5—0. C. Ilec nun, a native of Ireland, aged 2->'y*ari. Funeral iaku* idaoo t»-duy ut 2 o’clock. Austin, Nov, 2-Y-lViliio A, Rankin, aidant son of IV. A. mid Mary .1. Rankin, agud •% yours, !> rnonihi uud 2> day*. _ T. J. MAUPIN, ■VOTARY RUBRIC, KEY I, ESTATE AO ENT, Conveyancer, Collector, Etc. \ll orders promptly •tt*ndft.l t«. f __ NEW TO-1)A Y. List of Unclaimed Letters Remaining™ tub: postoffice at Eureka, Nevada, on the .7th ,U. .«■ r’llUn,! for "f thoai oil.* 0, 187«1” ,tty Advertised l.ailies’ I,lot. Mathews Mrs Hatti* IC Tauffcr Miss Carolina thompeon Misa Marllla Ilildorbrand MissC Uentlemsii'a Mat. Abrahams L ' Alien 0 Bellmann Wm Brandt Itobt Brown Kobert Buzzotti Antonio—2 Brawn J Boyle Peter Loll I"/L F-2 Carr I.eonard Conill loo* (’ararantes M < bn,man Harvey J l>oa» Oliver DoGrnfftV Doan Samuel Dougherty \\ m Kvana Samuel Edwards John Foremen TJ-2 1> ulton 0 and F Griswold Alvin Grundy T J Griswold Willard S (iratton Joseph George E H Hoggin James U llaughey Pat HatfloM Cha* Hu Hey Joe Holly Hr M N Hickerson Isaac M Leonard Tho* Lewis Daniel U Lawson John Lamb.Mike Leo Joseph T Molilinann A Mederle r Merchant T 8 Martorson John Meyers Joe Matson It Money Frank Morrison G A McClain John It McDonald A It McKwen.Mr McKenzie Hugh MoCormick Dan NortonC f'cborn W N Otis DsvH Phoenix Ed—2 r’.iipp Anton Huberts I’ietro Hichardf Hubert Simpson J \V Schmidt JofrsnncM Short Henry J aylor llenj Tvier Orson D lr.iikiJacS Thompson Luther W I h»*iupKou .J A Week T .A W elch Hat J Foreign 1.1*1. i arson* calling tor any of the following let* tors will please nay “Foreign, Adrertisetf/’ AvelSilrorin 15on?iier Duma* t'oleftin PordinnnUo Falconer Duncan Oeolio W Giacomo Morietta (tiumbatifta ('orUano Guglielino Moslini Ignacio Manvel Lnrive ionn Papeete Moore \\ m Marrge Formin Mangini Luigi Nattolo iobeii Pietro GianoTo Phillip* Jtseph d'Llt OOftWUT M. WUaSOX. P. M. PINTO HOTEL, PINTO..NEVADA niMKamh Hiirrnj . l*ro|>rlrlrr»<,. 'PHETAJiLK WILL AT ALL 1 tin)*** be niipi lied *rith tho b«.*t the oiiykot alTeidrf. PRICE* REASON A REE. Regular boarder* and trao'inot. cN^tom solicited. d*. STOCKS. r.. a. mall, sam’l < ®orm. f|MIE CN DERSIGNKI> ARK PREPARED 1 tu purchase and sell NKXINb NTOCK* on commission. All orders prompt!* filled. "sn i raucisco brokers; Ilalo, Page und Vf ilson. Doing agents for leading l ire In-uranre Companies, 1*0 are preparsii to furni-h relia ble indemnity on good risk* at living rates Office: at Well*, Kargo.V dd COOr'EK k HAW COUNTY REVENUE 4 i.i. ivtnriEH Hoi.nnn rnt»;* -* * Isa county I erllllrnirs of luitchl • «• lines* uii tliH oiitiiueiit nml ■!«**»• l»Unl Canals, aiiiI sip to And latrlairi. lutf No. 1,511 of the fieiaernl Carnal, are notified that the snme are now payable At my office. All ecrlp up to aimI lurlu«llH|g the moaith of April, 1170. will Also be redeetiiHl. K. I,. CHASE, County Auditor. Eureka, Po.ombor 147*. ill ■*■.■■ ■■ ■ i ■! . ■■■■ R !V I > BAL MASQUE! -AT BIGELOW’S HALL! -ox Monday Eve., Dec. 25,1876. |J«i| wl Co«(iiiiirN la Im* hvfii al Rlgeluw'i Hall. Come Early and Secure Costumes. There will be TWO MAONIFICENT PRIZES; one fur tha tha bant «u» tained character in ladio*’ costume, and one for gentleman. N|»ec<n(ur'» AdnilttanM, I I : A3 *V> No estra charge for reserved seats. ItltiEI.OW 1 MIL.UCII. *»ld Proprietors. MEYERS & FRANKLIN -HAVE - IVIT UM’EIVr.lh ASP ARK NOW »# owning their FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Comprising DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Millinery, Ladies' Sacques, Furs. Woolens, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and Shoes* Trunk*, Valises. Etc. aBNTS' OLOf BIN# -AND I^wi'rtisliinsf O-oocIh. ; Tho shove stock has been bought in ,l1" ! best market* tor cash; and we can thereto soli i liciu cheaper tbun tho cheapest. » I convince tho public of the sauio we rest I fully solicit a call baforo purchasing I whore. j liri F.RN A rRASHM*' j I InH-lfi j