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THURSDAY,ROVEMBER 15,1877. tUIMTIin OX UKTTYSBtBU. General Loogatreet has contributed an article to tbe Philadelphia Weekly Times, recounting incidents ol the battle of Gettysburg, in which he fig ured aery prominently. Part of tbe Inf inn lUon be furni.bes is new, and all of it interesting. He says that be opposed tbe march into Pennsylvania on the ground that the Western Ton federate armies needed assistance, Grant having "bottled op" one of them in Vicksburg. When tbe two artniea faced each other at Gettysburg be advised General I»e to decline battle, interpoee bis army between General Meade's and Washington, and force tbe latter to make the attack. But General Lee said: "If the enemy is there to-morrow we must attack him.” Longatreet replied: "If be is there, it will be because he is anxious that we shonld attack him —a good reason, in my judgment, for not doing so." lie tells ua he was directed to make tbe opening attack. His corps numbered 13.000 men. It charged up Cemetery Ridge with such bravery and audacity that General Meade thought General Lee’s whole army was at its heels. Re ducing hi* right wing to one brigade, Meade harried the others to the sup port of his imperilled left, and forced Longatreet back. When night came. Longatreet found that be bad lost 4, 529 meo, or more than oi e-third tf bis corps. General Longslreet ascribes tbe repulse of tbe Confederate army to Ewell’s inactivity, declaring that if Ewell had attacked Meade’s weakened right wing, it would surely have been overcome, and tbe battle wou. He also criticises Pickett’s assault on the sec rmd day of tbe battle, and says that it waa a great mistake in General Lee to order it made. JOBS 1UII1MM. Tbe New York Herald, tbe leading newspaper of America, gushes a good deal over the success of John Morris sey in tbe recent election in New York. He was elected to tbe Senate from the Seventh Senatorial District. For some yean Mr. Morrissey has been at outs with the leaders Of Tammany. This feeling culminated in open revolt this year, and tbe great gambler organized and led the opposition in bis district. He became tbe candidate of tbe Re publicans and Anti-Tammany Demo crats, and the canvass was one of the moat exciting known in tbe local poli tics of tbe metropolis for years. Here la what the Herald says about it: The trlomph of Mr. Morrissey is as complete as it is surprising, and be stands conspicuously forward now as tbe leader of tbe anti Tammany De mocracy, which has heretofore been regarded as hydra-headed. He bad to contend against Tammany and against What has hitherto been regarded as a very important wing of tbe anti-Tam many forces—namely, tbe party that follows the fortunes of ex-sheriff O'Brien. He was destined to encoun ter a fierce storm of personal denuncia tion, which it was supposed would drive from bia aide tbe respectable vo ters of tbe district, especially in tbe Re publican ranks. He was able to over Sime all this, and even to beat Mr. ally In bia own election district. This certainly must be tbe gratifying event of Mr. Morrissey’s life, for it proves that by a manly, upright course he has lived down an objectionable early rec ord, and that bis fellow citizens have confidence in the honesty of bis present profession. In Mr. Schell be met one whose social character and high repu tation made him a formidable oppo nent, and one whose election would have done honor to any constituency. MBITUS ASAIS ST THE I1LVER BILL. A Urge delegation of bankers and brokers have assembled at Washing ton, to lobby against the Bland Silver bill, now pending action in tbe Senate. They have bad an interview with the President, who has promised them to give the subject careful and candid consideration. The chief point urged by these bankers is, that tbe public credit will be injured if tbe national debt be made payable in silver. We wonld like to Inquire of these very pttblio-splrited citizens, if silver was not a legal tender to an unlimited amount when the national debt was crsated? If it was, wherein arises the injustice of going back to the same character of money in use at the time the Government incurred these liabili tiesT We are in favor of paying the last dime of the public debt, together with tbe interest thereon, strictly ac cording to the terms of the contract, but we do not favor that policy which would make tbe whole amount paya ble exclusively in gold, when tbe con tract as executed contemplated silver as well. The Government and people have rigbU as well as tbe bondholders. Tuts U what Charlea Francis Adams cays about the oo-educating of the eexes: "I suppose tbe experiment of uniting the sexes in education at a mature age U likely te be tried. The tendency of the age U tentative. It will go on until some shocking acan daU develop the danger, and tbe people will recognize the wisdom of the conclusion arrived at many centur ies ago from primitive experience. Meantime I am willing to acquiesce when I cannot help it.” They who marry for traits of mind and heart will seldom (all of perennial springs of domestic enjoyment. THE Mill. In the report prepared by the Com- . mil tee of the Senate of California, which the House of Kepresentativea of the United Slates baa just ordered reprint ed at Washington, appears tha follow ing sentence: “ We lind that of the 1190.000,000, if not more, earned by them (the Cbinaae) during their con tinuance here, the whole is abstracted j from the State and exported to China, thus absolutely impoverishing instead of enriching thecouniry affording them an asylum.” Itemarking on Ibis the Cull savs : It is a singular circumstance that our citiaena do not all realtre that there is an extraordinary drain going on, which In any other community, perhaps, in tha world Jwonld impover ish the people. In California we em ploy about one hundred thousand Cbi oese, and nearly all the money they earn is sent nut of the country. It is not disputed that these laborers could be replaced by a class w hose means would remain here to be expended in building op the city and Stale. It is extraordinary that the people do not understand the Chinese question in a fl nancial point of view. It was submit ted to while there was abundance of the precious metals; but this condition of thlogs can not last, for a dollar now abstracted is more seriously felt than when our mines were full of gold. THE cowardly uiililiamen who scam pered away from the Pittsburg riot last summer, do Dot escape with sim ply a loss of their own and every body’a else's respect. The S:ate laws against deserti in, says the Gold Hill Veira, are being put in force against some of the more notorious offenders; they are arrested and brought before the courts for leaving their ranks with out permission, and civil suits are al«o brought against them to recover the arms and equipments which they threw away. All of which is, of course, not altogether pleas mt to the cowardly young gentlemen and their friends. Zach Chandler has the right idea about office-seeking. The man who relies upon office-holding for a living has a very hard row to hoe as a gen eral thing. Office seeking breeds bad habits in young inen and demoralizes the old. A man is better off io any other calling of life. Old Zacb puls it this way in a late address to a few ol his neighbors: “ If I had a hoy to day, I would rather put him on an eighty-acre lot that had never had a plow or an ax upon it, than place him in the test Government office in the land!”__ Vallejo paper: Morrissey's ene mies in the late campaign overhauled his career as a prize fighter, bully and gambler. This created a great enthu siasm for John, as it showed that there was nothing “stuck up” about him. He was triumphantly elected. If Mor rissey’s enemies want to beat liiin next time, let them start the report that be has joined the church.” The Chicago Tribune says that Hon. John M. Bir.ckley has been arrested in that city on a charge of sending a challenge to Dr. Tope, the impelling cause being jealousy, which (he Tribune believes to be unfounded or the delu sion of a diseased mind. Mr. Binck lev’s wife has returned to her friend* in Virginia. Her mother was a sister of General Joseph Johnson. EASTERN NEWS. (SPBOIAI. TO TBS DAILY 8KNTINBL.] YESTERDAY’S DISPATCHES. Washington Intelligence. VARIOUS ITEMS OF PUBLIC IN TEREST. Congress to Adjourn on tbe 22d. NO HOPE FOR THE SILVER BILL IN THE SENATE AT THIS SESSION. Washington, Nov. 13. Tbs prospect of a speedy report on the Silver bill bas been ^greatly les sened by tbe diversity of opinions made manifest in tbe Senaie Finance Committee to day, concerning the best method of procuring bullion for coin age, aud putting silver dollars into cir culation. There seems to be consider able probability tbat tbe Committee will divide into three equal parts ou this question, and that tbe majority wilt then order the bill to be reported to tbe Senate without recommendation, thus leaving all questions for decision by that body. Tbe bill will almost certainly fail to receive final action this session, which is expected to end next week, but of course it will, like all other pending measures, retain its place on the calendar, and come up as unfin ished busines* for the regular session. The Senate Judiciary Committee have unanimously sureed to report favorably on Davis’ bill transferring jurisdiction in divorce cases from the Probate Court of Utah to the United States District Court for that Territory. The bill is designed to put a stop to tbe wholesale and injurious system of granting divorces, which has been so notorious. Copies of the records of the Probate Court of Halt Lake City have been exhibited to tbe committee, and showing tbat this one Court has, dur ing the past three years, granted over 500 divorces, and tbat in several in stances decrees were entered granting divorcea on the same day tbat appllca I tion waa made. Tbe Supreme Courts of Indian*. Illinois, New York and Massachusetts have already declared these Prohate Court divorces illegal, i The Democratic Senator* had a cau- ' cus to day, with a view of advising Democratic members of the Committee on Privilege* and Elections as to the1 liest inode of pmceedure and against [ delay, especially in tbe case of Eustis. 1 of Ijouislana, who hsd no contestant, and in the ca-e of Boiler against Cor- ( belt, of South Carolina, concerning which all lbs tact* are before the com- 1 m it tee. Without aciion. the caucus adjourned until Thursday. The Trias Pacifi- Railroad people «*y they w ill introduce their lull at the extra session. Titey think they have perfected a bill which will commend u«elf to a majority of the peopls ol South Carolina and Louisiana. The Democratic memliers are indig nant that the senate delays action on the contested rlrc iou cases. Eustis' counsel says the Election Committee have written Pinchbeck that lie has no case before them. If this is true, there is no issue. Corbett and Butler will submit to tbe committee a statement of facts. The Ways snd Means Committee of the House have au-norixed their Chairman to report a concurrent reso lution providing tor the final adjourn inent ol Congress on the ‘J2d ins.aut, at S o'clock P. M. V\ ASHINOTOX. >OT. 14. The anti-resumption hill, it is now geii-rally beli-ved, will pass the House, the majority having determin ed to vote down all amendments. The bill will go to the Senate as it stands. The policy of the Democratic leaders, if ihev have any. apj>ears to lie to let the inflationist* complete their rush in the House. a« they are sure to he stopped in the Senate. Tne Demo crat* do not ret seem to lie aware that they control the House of Representa tive*. an t that they can control the Senate lor all wholesome and honest legislation, and against jobs, and that, therefore, they will lm held re»i>on siMe by the country for w hat passes in this Congress. Ju*t at preserg,lhere are more Captains Ilian high private* on the Democratic side of the House. There i« no discipline nor any leader ship. This condiiion of things is at tracting the attention ot leading men, and begins to alarm them as it ought. 1 he Senate and the President. New York, Nov. 13. The Timea. editorially, says: The vote in the Executive session of the Senate yesterday on the confirmation of John L. blephena.of Maine, to sue oced Andrew* a* Minister Resident at Stockholm, gave an instinctive in «ight into the policy of the Democrat* « ith reference to the treatment of Ex eculive nominations on w hich the Ke publicans are divided. Six Republi cans are said to have voted again*! the continuation of Stephen*, or rather against the removal of Andrews, on tlie ground that the latter is a perfect ly reputable officer, against whom no •harges could tie preferred. Had the Democrat* instead of voting solidly for the President’s choice voted the other way. the nomination would have been rejected. As the precedent »ei in this c**e i* likely to be followed in otiier* it will obviously require the united Republican vote to defoal anj of Hie President's nominations, and that fai l «ill certainly have the effect of making Republican Senators ex ceedingly desirous to reach some un derstanding as to the principle* of which Federal patronge is to he exer cised by the Executive. We irust it will not have the additional effect in making the President desirous to re tain Democratic support by unguarded concession* in regard to tiie charac ter of his appointmenta of Federal officers in the South. NIGHT DISPATCHES. I _ The Conkling Interview. WHAT THE PEESS HAS TO SAY ABOUT IT. Other Items From Gotham. Nkw York. Nov. 14. Janie* R. Keene baa returned to lowu. He la* become a permanent citizen of New York, and taken a fam ilv bouse on Madison .square. ‘Responding to Senator Conkling’s personal explanation in the Senate, in regard to the Herald interview, that paper agrees w ith the senator that it was not w hat is generally called an in terview, but says it was written from memory alter a conversation witli the Senator. Conkling does not recollect all that the reporter ascribed to linn, but the reporter atlirms that bis mem ory is better in that particular than Conkling’*. As Conkling does not select any particular statement for de nial, it U needless to say mure until be chooses to be more specific. The Times, on the same subject, ■ays: There is a storv told of a man who shot at an animal in the under brush, so as to hit it if it were a deer and mins it if it were a cow. Conk ling missed fire, and saya it was a cow. As his so-called interview has raised a breeze, he says he has not held an in terview for publication for months. Possibly, if the interview had been well received, he would have said of it as he said of his Rochester jierform ance. that be bad nothing to take hack and nothing to be sorry for. The limes suggests but one way out of Coukilng’s dilemma, and that is for him to publish an edition of the con versation, revised and corrected by bimself. The Tenth National Bank of this city is winding up its affairs. Presi dent Ackerman says that the general depression in businesa has made the bank unprofitable. The bank will pay all ils Indebtedness. Louis Wollstein, manufacturer of la I dies’ suits, has failed. Hi* liabilities amount to $75,000; assets, $53,000. (Solomon Hyman, a dry goods Job ber, bas alo failed. Liabilities, $00, 000; assets, $35,000. The furniture factory of II. Lanter A Co., at Willismsburgb, burned last night. Loss, $48,000. A Big »lr« In It. Unix. Sr. Lons, Nov. 13—Midnight. A fire broke out in the engine room of a flve storv building on Fourth street Abet ween Pine and Chestnut, and opposite the Planter’s House. The flames immediately ascended the ele vator and all the rooms in the rear of the building, from the basement to the roof, are now in flames. John Bou net.'* restaurant, in tba rear building, | is destroyed, and tbe Are has extended through to Fourth street, in front of tbe magnificent Cham her of Commerce building, wnich m only separated from tbe burning atructure by a 20-foot area, but the wind is from the southeast and the flames are drireo norths**!, and tbe prospect* now ere that the build ing will not ne injured beyond the possible breaking of the plate-glass windows of the Merchants’ Kxcbaoge Hall. '1 he whole fire department is on duty. LATER. trr. Lofts. Nor. 14. Tlie fire at this w riting (1:30) is under control, confined to the building in winch it originated. The building was occupied by J. Steinberg as s hat and fur store. His stxk is said to lie worth front Jo" Oun t > $70 Out). Tlie insurance ran ib t be av-enamed. In tlie rear of St-mberg’s was John Bonne't’s res taurant. Loss unknown; insurance. $4,000. Other portions of the building were occupied by the St. 1/Oin* B»nk Note Company, lawjer*’ office* and lodging room*. the loss on w hich can not be approximated. The building was owned by Mr* Ann C. Hunt, and cost about $00,000. Insurance not known. The Chamber of Commerce building es aped with damage only to some twenty panes of plated glass. History of a Zealous Supporter of President Hayeo. I HiClflO, .HIT. IS. A letter from Atlanta, G-orgia, stale* that during President Hayes' recent visit to that city, the man who was most active in the reception of the presidential parly was O. H. Jones, who wLeo his rebel command bad cap tured a squad of eight Uumn men. hung ih»iii lo one pole, and the rope of the Union leader, Adam*, being »o long that his f-»t touched the ground. Jones got a spade and with bn own hands dug from beneath Adams the earth until be choked to death. The letter a so asserts that Jones is one of the most abandoned of men and that be was apparently put forward to do tlie honors of the occasion and e-eort Mr*. Haves to the platform out of dis respect to the party. Chicago. Nov. 14. The body of Win. F. Coo! ha ugh. President of the Union National Hank of thia city, was found on the stops ol the Douglas monument about!) o'clock tliis morning. A revolver, with Mr Coolbaugh’a name on it, was lying near Inin. Latest Wiasbliiglsn In'elllgence. Washiwuto.v, Nov. 14. A delegation ol New York and Phil adelphia hankers, brokers and mer chama opposed to the House Silver bill, now [tending in the Senate, had an interview this morning with the President, also pie-er, Seer taries Sherman, Ewarts ami S--hurz. Me-srs. Halico. k. Ellis, Steward and I-owe, of New York, several v a id rese t the President, their remarks being to the effect that there would be a deprecia tion of public credit it silver were made a legal lender an I the national debt an • homed to be paid in it, an I further, that the pa-sage of the lull would he injurious lo all kind* of indusirv, the views of tlie speakers le-iug similar lo those presented last night before the committee. The delegation a-ked the President to exerci-e hi* power to pro tect tlie integrity of the country as to its credit before the world. The Presi dent said that while, a* they knew, there would he a manifest Impropriety in now expressing hi* views upon thi* subject, lie would do what they had reques ed him to do. namely: give it due, full and candid consideration whenever the question should t>e pre sented to him in official form fur his determination. John E. Renton wa* to day nomin ated Postmaster for tfekland, Cal ; John E. Pyle, Indian Ageut of the Navajo Agency. Mexico; Francis Kiown, Indian Agen' of the Umatilla Agency. Oregon, and Edwin A. How ard, Indian Agent of tlie Ponca Agency, Indian Territory. Affair* (be Maxima Border. Brownsvii.lk, Texa*, Nov. 14. General Escobedi having been in dicted in the United States (,'ntirt for a violation of tlie neutrality law*, in get ting up a military expedition in Texaa to invade Mexico in tlie interest of ex President I-erdo. His trial has been set for to-day. A reliable rumor prevails that Col onel Villaneal crossed the Kio Grande to day about 50 miles above this place, into Mexico, with one hundred men to oppose tlie Diaz Government. Universal activity prevails against the adherents ol the Lerdo on the border. A Mollle Ba tin I re lo be Pardoned. Harkisbl'rg, Nov. 14. Denny F. Carring, a Mollie Ma Uuire. under sentence of 7 years for conspiracy to murder, lias obtained a recommendation for pardon. FOREIGN NEWS. Servia’s Reply to the Porte EARTHQUAKE AT TOROHTO. Labor Troubles in Bn gland. FIGHTING IN CUBA. Beiairape. Not. 14. Servia haa replied to the Forte's de mand for the withdiawal of the Ser vian troops from the frontier, that it is impossible to leave tbe inhabitants of the froutier without military pro tection. Toronto, Nov. 14. A slight shock ot an earthquake waa felt here at 9:40 a. m. London , Nov. 14. Tbe master builders unanimously declare against a conference with ma sons on the strike, and have decided to continue the importation of loreign labor. rightlar la ( aba. Havana, via Key West, Nov. 13. On tbe 31st ultimo an sngagemenl took place at Pinal Lemayeri, between about 400 insurgents and some 30(1 Spanish regulars. The Spaniards were surprised while breakfasting, and lost 22 killed and 53 wounded. Tbe in surgeuta, it is reported, ware repulsed with loss. Wares ns asn jewelry neatly repaired, ll you want to have your watehes and jswel-j repaired in n workmanlike manner, (o t« P. Strler’s jewelry ature. one door touth el S. Aihim A Bros.. Main street. BORM. Reno. Nor. 11—Wile of John Dixon, n eon. Keao Nor. 12— Wife of John W M add rill, n eon. Virginia. Not. 11—Wife of Athanaso Ooyetlo. a sen. MARRIED. Eureka, Nor. 14—by Her. Father Monte rerde, Mr. Donald Fraser to Miso Hattie Jordan. Rene, Not. II-J. If. Coleman to Mrs. 8. C. branham. DIED. "" Winnetnucea, Nor. II —1\ li. Haris, aged HO jearr. Virainie, Not. 11-Emelin A., wife of Thos. W. Dunn, aged 21 years. Virginia, Not 12-Anne. wife of J. W. Wal dron, aged 20 year*. NKW 1‘0-DA Y. NEW GOODS, rt'R.UASED AT AUCTION. I AM NOW RECEIVING LABOR IN Tbice. Ilf Clothing that was bought at Ai'CIIOX, wbieh 1 can and will sell at prices low >r than Ooodl ware erar before al tered in tbit Market. Don’t Take my Word for it, Out call and exetalne the Goode and prices. A. BKRWIX. White Ilonee Clo'hing Establishment. Eureka. .Not. 14, 1*77. nlu BALL SUPPER. PARTIES ATTENDING -TH E FIREMEN’S BALL TO-NIGHT. Can be served with a First-class Sapper at Fisk's Lunch House. Kill of boro: Ko»«l Umh, lb Irk «••■%, Irnh «>»toro. ».»«•, tlr. E :roka, Nor 14. 1*77. »1> John W. Lambert, Dealer 10 all kinds of Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Hoots & Shoes, Wines, Liquor* «.V Cigars, And all Articles usually found at a First cia » Country Store. New Goods being received daily, And fold at as low pricoa as in Earoka. I'nllaixl asamlnr mj Stork. Rnbjr Hill. Nor. 14.1*77. nl vtf National Guards. rpUEHK WILL BE A SPECIAL .MEET 1 ir g o' your Company this evening at 7** o'clock. C. G. ilUBBAKD, CapVutn. Eureka, Nor. 14, 1377. nlVit FIRST GRAND BALL! or tmi EDREKA ATHLETIC CLUB —OS— Thanksgiving Evening, THI RSDAV, NOVEMBER i% AT Bigelow’s Hall. COSSMITTCE OF SRBSSOEXtSTS. AH Cham John Horn Hank Kcifbt A Aulbacb D. 3. Harris. FS.OOK ItlRMTOR. ALK. CHARTZ. Tlrketa.|S. __nlS-td__ LOST! Last evening, a certificate of dapn.it. No. 7.7VJ. for S2J0, on Pax ton A Co.'a Hank, dated October 22, 1K77, and endor.ed by K. J. Hurn.. All perion.are hereby notified not to negotiate for the «aid certificate of deno.it, a. payment ha. been .tapped. Any person haring found the certi ficate will he liberally rewarded by leaving the same at the Hank. E. J. BURNS. Eureka, Nov. 12, 1877. nlS-Iw* NOTICE TO TAX-PAYEES. tplIE TREASURER'S OFFICE. AT PAX I ton A Co.’s Bank, will be kept open for the accommodation of those who are unable to call during the day time, from 7 to M o’clock each evening until the ll*th instant, to re* ceive the State and County Taxes. RICHARD KYLAND. Treasurer and ex-Officio Tax-Collector. Eureka, Nop. 12,1K77. nl'Md 85 REWARD WILL HE PAID FOR TIIE RECOVERY of a white handle pi.tol, lo.t on th< White Pine rued, between Maryland Mfeili and Eureka. Can be left at ihia office. nlt-St WANTED! A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL HOUSE work. For partioulara, apply at thii olhce. Eureka, Nor. IS, 1877. nil GRAND BALL <§ 0F- $ RICH10SD HOSE COIPAST, SO. ; —AT - j BIGELOW’S HALL, —on— Tkanilay Effalas, *•*. |j, 1#TJ TICKkTS. : : t : s ; Invitation Committee: J Wadisk Fred Zoddea II Given* Wt IWI A Cushman Phil Solain .X howling M Marion M Nicholson F.d ln*e Evan .lone# G K MrCalloofk J .bn Cask ell Wm Blake K Powers J II Alder#on Frank Mora# J C Harmon E L l.osc-mnkobl PAnd#r#oo M F'laber Thos W#iherod JohnO Jones Joseph Oborar Alpha F arley Duncan I alkner Frank Krdley RUBY HILL—RICHMOND SIDY: J Potts John Gillaapia J E Parker W L>o«lm J H Whi-ler J M M il! W H Williams Rl'BY IIILL: Wm Stinson J Kerroeea N Ksaloa T Pierson GeoSrinson 1111 Conklin .8 l<on(sbauah L stylus J Vi Lambert PR08PECT MOUNTAIN: Wm McCoy L Hartnet: A Stinson H Cbtaboim J Tmiler Recaption Committee: W B llorrub M m u Mills, jr II K Kemp J K Colerica Geo W Lamoureep A W Campbell Committee ef Arrangements . 0 McDermott Wm Gil'en John Mewart John Allen Alex lllvh W A hurley Marion Farrell Fleer Manager* t M'm Gillen H Brisacher W A hurley Jamas Allen Geo Clark Fleer Director: A M Alcbmson _i7-»d __ GREAT ATTRACTIONS MEYERS & FRANKLIN’S WHO ARE JUST NOW UNPACKIN'. II their immense invoices of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS -AND C Is O T II I X <•. X.ABXBS’ 9RB8I Q09DS, Consistioc U part ef ZSaote and JDtna Zfouveaute, Jacqnard Beppellant, •now Flake, Catti mere, Drab D’Bte, Basket Cloths. SXX.BS, In All Shadea and Qualities. SHAWX.S, A choice (election of Valonr, Ot toman and Lace. SACKS AMD CZ.OAH8, A fall line in Mink. Sable, Er mine, Seal Skin, Attracan and Cloth, in different grades. TBXBZMBD BATS. Ladies'. Misses' and Children* Hata of the lateat atylea; Alto, Mink and Seal Skin Caps. Beady-Made Dresses, Dirert from Paris, in Silks aoi Mulf-d Ma terial. WRAPPER--, in faun, hrab d Eta and Rapa. Ladies.’ Misoas’ and Children*. Bt'OTS apd SHOEf-% vary large and complain assort DIGS L GEXTS’ FlIRMSHHG GOODS HITS i CAPS, 1\ CLOTH, FELT k FfL The Clothing Department I* made up of everything usually found i> 1 first-class es’ahlisbmanL Gents', Youths’ and Boys’ Suits of the very latest styles and pattern »*"Tbe ladia«and gontlamen ef KurtkauA Kuby Hill are particularly re«jua*ted not" purchase roods anywhere until they auiined our articles and pnees. j SUKSTS K»r tba CORK CORBET and JOSEPUISJ SEAMLESS ULOVKS—erary pair »»'■ Order* from tb# country promptly *«•*■ ^ W' METERS k FRANKLIN. n7-tf Main *traet. Kur«ta_ NOTICE. XTOTICE IS HEREBY OI YEN THAT , IN the State and County Taxes for l*7 * now due and ra/able at my office ai ■* Banhinr House of Paxtoa A Ca.. and i» ^ taxes are not paid ON BBFOKB NO ^ BKti Itftb, 1*77. they become delinquent. 10 per cent will be added thereto. the laws regarding their collection 1a» strictly enforced. a „ K. HY LAW County Treasurer and Ex-officio Tax ^ Eureka. Oe>. 18, llffT.___•£? CONTRACT. A CONTRACT WILL BE LET W» A .inking Sityfeet on the Hidden ure mine, citueled »vrtb of tbeAiVaY e»*► Centrnote will eloee on W EDN fct>DA l •* J ing. November 14. l or P«Uijulera At W. H. Clerk’* •»[», Eurekn. Nor. 10. 1IT7. _ • a COMFORTABLE AND COMMtL JAefj A diou. fu^Uh- roo^Ay.OMa Paul rtrcot. SJjJj Eureka, Oct. '£>, 1W7.