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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1878. AH OHCOHDITIOHAL Sl’RBEH DKR. When so staunch a Republican or gan as the Gold Hill News deliberately surrenders the ship things must be getting very checkered. It denounces the action of Republican Senators in opposing the Administration and says in substance that the last hope has now perished ; that the Republican party is “swiftly and surely approaching dis solution.” That we may not be ac cused of mis-stating the position of the News we quote its language as fol lows: The truth is, the Republican party leaders see that the President is en deavoring to remove the blot upon his title by serving the country and not them or their following, thus emlang ering their hold upon the oilices by de stroying the party machinery. This is the whole difference between Mr. Hayes and the Republicans. lie doesn’t care a tig for the party, and they care not a tig for the country. All gerrymandering and beating about the busli, such as was witnessed on Satur day, will not wipe away this prime fact, and the less that is said and done in a half way manner, for appearance sake or for ‘‘the welfare of the party,” the better.- The only possible hope of the Republicans for success in 1880 lies fn a firm acquiesence with the present policy of the Administration. To re pudiate Mr. Hayes and cast him upon the shoulders of the liberal Democracy would sever the party in twain. It is too late qow for firm and united acqui escence, andlhere is no middleground, such as that which the Senators have chosen, upon which the party can stand. It is therefore hound to go to pieces. All these maneuvers only go lo show the weakness of a once formid able political organization that has served its purpose and is swiftly and surely approaching dissolution. Haven’t you been a little slow, Brother Doten, in arriving at this sen sible conclusion? Don’t you know that your party was repudiated in the last Presidential election by a popular majority of more than two hundred and fifty thousand ? Don’t you know that by supplanting Stanley Matthews with Pendleton in Ohio and Aaron A. Sargent with Farley in California, that the United States Senate is to pass un der the control of the Democrats in 1879? Don't you know lhat in the House of Representatives the Demo crats have to day a majority of fifteen, to be swelled to forty at the next session? And don't you know further that with a President “on the fence,” and two thirds of the States of the Union under Democratic rule, the great unterriiied have about •11 that is worth contending for in this Government. If you don’t know these things, dear Brother, it is high time you did, and were trimming your po litical sails in a way- to catch the full force of the mighty Democratic cyclone which is to sweep over this fair land oi ours in the near future. Think about it, old but misguided friend, and see if you cannot see as we do, lhat you stand in imminent danger of being left, solitary and alone, ou the ragged edge of a once powerful, but now de caying, political organization. MR. MAC’KAY ON THE BO. NANZA MINES. Mr. Mackay gives a very encourag lug account of the outlook of the bo nanza mines for 1878. He is a candid man, and therefore all he says is en titled to great weight. The other day he had a conference with the Couiis sioners of Storey county relating to tbe tax levy, during which he made the following statement: I have al ready spoken to Mr. King about our bullion tax. He informs me that you are making your estimates upon the calculation that our mines will yield about $10,000,000 this year. This is too low. I think the product will reach $18,000,000 or $20,000,000. We may have to slop to repair the Consolidated Virginia shaft for two or three months, but that will not reduce the product more than $2,000,000. If Ophir turns out anything, and Justice does as well as usual, the highest amount named will be easily made. Besides, there are several other mines that are liable to strike something. Tbe prospects of tbe Consolidated Virginia and Cali fornia mines are as good as at any pre vious time. There is enough ore now in sight to yield $18,000,000 or $20,000, *00, even if 1$ did not reach more than three feet deeper than at present de veloped. There will be no reduction »f the product of Consolidated Virginia Ibis quarter, while at the same time the product of California will be in creased. I think California will pro dace over $11,000,000 this year. I am satisfied-Re can produce more than last year. You know, gentlemen, that our taxes are exceedingly heavy. They amount to nearly $75,000 a quarter The 8iate tax of 90 cents on each $100 is an outrage; it is not fair play. — i ii .. Some of the Old White Piners now residing in Eureka are urging that our nevk court house be built on the plan of the Hamilton court bouse. The 8bntinel fears this will be impossible. Eureka has no TimCranley to boss the job. The Carson Tribune, an influential independent paper, Intimates that it will snpporl Mr. J. C. Hagerman, of Reno, for Governor, in the event that lie reoeives the Democratic nomine* lion. 'Shake, Deacon. Thk telegraph sometimes makes! very amusing mistakes. Kir Arthur Kennedy is the Governor of the Uiit ish Colony of Queensland. The other day the London papers contained a telegram announcing that "Lady Ken nedy had given birtli to twins, the eld est being a son.” Subsequently some body remembered that the Governor is a bachelor, and that there is, there fore, no such person as Lady Kennedy. An explanation was demanded of the Renter's News Company, who pro duced the original telegram, in these words: ‘‘Governor of Queensland— twins, first son.” This shedding no light upon the matter, inquiry was made, with the result that the original dispatch was found to be : “Governor of Queensland turns first sod,” all ml ing to the beginuing of anew railway in the Colony. Commissioners Page mid Sadler will depart in a few days on a visit of in spection to the principal counties of the Great Kast. They are looking for a model for Kureka’s proposed county buildings. Belter wait until it is a set tied fact that we are going to build ibis season. There will certainly be legal complications, obstructions and delays if an attempt is made lo remove the court house from its present site. EASTERN NEWS. YESTERDAY’S DISPATCHES. (SPECIAL TO THE DAILY SENTINE L. | VARIOUS MUNICIPAL ELEC TIONS. No Ground Snell for Either Early. Chicago, April 2 —Midnight. A few wards have sent in lull re turns, hut Irorn w liat is received it is evident that the Council will lose some of its best members, ami their pieces will he supplied witli less creditable selections. Out of 18 wards, 15 have been heard from with sutlicient com pleteness to base an opinion upon. In these it seems that 9 Democrats, 5 Re publicans and 1 Communist have been elected. From the towns the returns are even less decisive. It is pretty cer tain, however, that the Republicans have elected their ticket in iSouthtown, and the prospects favor a Republican in North town, while Westtown is in doubt. The friends of municipal re form are considerably disappointed at the result of the election of the t'ouu cil. Cincinnati, April 2. Incomplete returns from the city election indicate the election of I). Baker, Republican, commissioner ot the Board of Public Works by 2.900 majority; Harmon, Democrat, Judge ol the supreme Court by 2,000 majori ty ; Smiley, Democrat, Clerk of the Police Court, and Baker, Democrat. City Solicitor, by small majorities. The Council will probably lie Republican and the Board of Aldermen. Democrat ic. Ttie Nationals developed but little strength. Terre Haute. Inti., April 2. In tlie elections yesterday tlie Na tional party carried S of the ^town ships of the county, and carried the city by 182 voles over the Democratic party and by 790 voles over the Re publican party. Hartford, Coun., April 2. The city election to day was carried by the Democrats for executive t.llioers. G. G. Sumner, Democrat, was chosen mayor by G00 majority. Cleveland, April 2. Complote returns from all tlie wards and precincts of the cit.v give the Re publicans 13 out ot the 18 Councilman and elect llieir entire ticket wiiti the exception of Police Commissioners. Schenectady, N. Y., April 2. At tlie charter election to day llie Democratic city ticket was elected by a large majority. Columbus. O., April 2. Full returrs of tlie city election yes terday show that tlie Democrats elect their entire city ticket, with i ut one exception, by reduced majorities. Uiitir Interviewed. New Yoke, April 3. A World's Washington correspond ent interviewed Blair. He declared lie was actuated wholly in this step by his sense of public justice. He had no complaint to make of Haves person ally ; he has always treated him civ illy and he has asked nothing of him. neither did he want anything from Tilden, and had said so to him when he believed that he was elected. De spite Blair’s confidence his prospects in Congress are very dubious. There are nut a dozen mem tiers probably who would vote to re open the count. Comments on the i'nsnge of lllnlr's Hesoinlinn Demanding n Review of the Electoral Count. Chicago, April 3. A. Journal Washington special says the personal adherents of Samuel J. Tilden are in high spirits over the passage by the Maryland State Senate of Montgomery Blair's resolution. A gentleman this morning from Anuap olis says Blair is very jubilant over the action of the Legislature, and declares that Hayes will he ousted from the Presidential chair within 00 days. At torney General Given, of Maryland, does not, however, take as hopeful a view of the matter and savs he will be in no burry to prepare his brief, in asmuch as Congress must tirst pass an act giving jurisdiction to the Supreme Court. And this must be approved by President Hayes nr allowed to become a law without his signature. The President’s friends here are not greatly disturbed at these proceeding-, but be lieve a majority of the Democrats in the House are not favorable to reopen ing the Presidential question. The President himself regards Blair’s ac tion as merely intended to stir up sec tional strife without accomplishing anything. He feels annoyed, but does not for a moment believe any omisid erable number of his political oppo nents are disposed to question his title to the high office tbat be now bolds. NIGHT DISPATCHES. TILDES YS. HAYES. The Movement to Oust the Xiatter. WHAT MONTGOMERY BLAIR SAYS ABOUT IT. Washington, April 3. In rpirnrd to the resolutions of the Maryland legislature to contest ttie title of President llayea, prominent Democrats in Congress say they do not believe ten Representatives, an.I not a single Democratic Senator, lit'nr them. Montgomery Blair, however, is Industriously at work. There is much talk over llie resolutions this morning. A number of excellent I nv yers here hold that the Supreme Court lias n i jurisdiction, and this will he the tirst question argued if the court ever reaches it. There will be a move to advance the case on the docket ini mediately alter it i~ riled, hut it is not expected that litis will tie granted, and it may lie provided lor in the bill w hich litis b ‘en prepared, covering the ques lion of jurisdiction and providing for a specify trial. Many Democrats will oppose any hill tending lo disturb the country as this would. Montgomery Blair, in an interview, expresses con tidence that Tilden will lie seated in llie While House in sixty days, lie says in a conversation to day with Rep resentatives lie is confident (lie hid will pass bv more Ilian a two thirds vote, I'ha lull has been drafted by David Dudley Field. It will provide for a jury on the issues of fai t, the jury to to drawn from the Judges of the United Ma’es Courts 1 it roll about the country. Blair lavs great i tit porta n ;« upon tiie lact that in the law creating tlie Electoral Commission there was a provision Dial either parly might take an appeal from ihe final result, lie says in view of this act, no Demociat can dec ine lo vole lo t ike an appeal. Senator Bo th was laketi suddenly ill in ihe Sena e chamber to day, and was con.iueted lo the cloak room. He seemed to be alliicteti with vertigo. • Further Ketiiros from Municipal Fled ions. Cincinnati, April 3. Full returns elect one Republican on the city ticket. The riiv lt'<ard will stand — Councilmen. 21) Republicans and 21 Democrat'. Aldermen, 12 Re publicans and 18 Democrats. Kansas City, April 3. The Democratic ticket was elected by a majority of (rum 51) to dot), except, for treasurer. The Democrats elect 3 al dermeu and the Republicans 3. St. Joskph, Mo., April 3. The Democrats elect the entire city ticket by good majorities. All the Councilmen are Democrats. Chicago, April 3. In the aldertnanic and tow n election yesterday the total vote approximated as follows: 18,000 Republican ; 13,000 Democrat, and 6.yob Independents, that is boiling Republicans and Demo erats, 6,200 Communists anti 1,200 Na tionals. The result for aldermen was. Democrats 6. Republicans 7. Democrat and National 2. Independent 2, Social 11st 1. Ill the South Town the Repub licans elected the collector, supervisor and town clerk. and t lie Democrats and Nationals elected the assessor. In We-1 Town, the I ten merits elected their entire ticket. In North Town, the Re publicans elected the collector and as 'sensor and the Democra'S elected the supervisor and town clerk. Milwaukee, April 3. The entire Democratic city ticket is carried by a majority of from 300 to 400. The Republicans gained largely in aldeiiiien and supervisors. John Iflaek. Democrat, was elected mayor by a large majority. A (treat Turf Event. Louisville, April 2. Col. L. M. Lewis Clark, Jr , Pre-i dent of llie Louisville Jockey Club, has perfected arrangements by which Tell itroeck andlhe California Won der .Mol'ie McCarthy, are to run four mile heats at Louisville. July 4th, 1878, for leu thousand dollars Two or three other races will he given. This will inakn the grandest day's racing ever seen In America. Mollie McCar thy, her owner thinks, is able to beat any horse in ttie country. The mare is to come to Louisville from Califor nia in Rudd Doti|e’s car, which has been chartered lor the round trip. Ten Hrneck was never in better condition. The mare will probably arrive about May 1st to prepare for the great con test. Kcpublican Victory lit Ithutle 1st mill. Providence, April 3. The State elect ion to-day is proceed ing quietly, tiovernor Van Zandt. Republican, will be re elected by an increased majority. A Crazy Policeman at Hie Ion it In land ■'.lection.—Oilier Items Irom New lurk. New York, April 3. The receiver of the Rockland savings bank has brought suit against the trustees of the bank as trustees and in dividuals for $33,000, tile amount tilt hezzled by ttie president, secretary, vice-president and the otllcers of the institution, claiming that (he trustees are liable for negligence in allowing the money nf the bank to be embezzled by its otiieers. The World speaking of the Long Is land city election, says fraud is charged tin both sides. A New York politician toht a World reporter that lie had sent 100 men to Long Island city, and that all nf them bad voted, but did not say for whom. Tlie Herald has this of the election in Long Island yesterday : (shortly before the closing ot the polls in the Blissviila ward, Louis Smith, an ex police sergeant, became enraged for .some reason and tired three allots Irom a revolver into the crowd. One shot took effect in Patrick Coles, who fell, lie was conveyed to his home in Dutch Hills. His injury will probably prove fatal. At the third shot the pistol ex ploded, badly lacerating Smith’s hand. The crowd then set upon and would have lynched him bin for the inierfer enoe of Sergeant Carroll, who rescued Smith and lodged him in the station house. Whenever you have ten minutes to spare go and bother some one who hasn’t. FOREIG-N NEWS. ■ - — MORE WARLIKE IN TONE. INDICATIONS THAT RUSSIA WILL MAKE TERMS RATHER THAN FIGHT. Rmuorc.^ Alllntirt* lli'tween Turkey Rod KiiitlRiid. London. April. 3. Dispatches from Berlin and St. Petersburg stain that there are grounds for ex peeling a renewal of i he congress negotiation* on the basis of the pro posal of hisinan k, that the power* to he invited to mee' and revise the trea ties of is."»t) and 1871. li is iuiprohah e that Russia will lake any step or come to anv decision until Ignatietf ha* re ported. The stone* that the Russian* have inadea demand for the surrender of the Turkish position on the Bn-pho rti*$ are altritiiited to the regular tnan ufactory in Constantinopie of sia'e inents for the purpose of provoking England and Ausiria against Russia. The Vienna papers, commenting on Salisbury’* circular to the Power.*, say that Austria and England are agreed regarding Lord Salisbury’* criticism of the treaty of Nan Siefnnn, an I the steps necessary to protect the interests of both States, and express theconviction that only tthe deft-rence of Russia to Salisbury’* views can war between En j gland and Russia be avert'd. It i* i a^-ain reported that the English fleet is ; about to enter ihe Bosphorus to coun teract any designs of the Russians to ward the occupation ol the Turkish strongholds. A special from Berlin says: Una s»a’.* reply to Lord Salisbury’s circular i* preparing. Prince Lortschakoff is anxion* to issue it as soon as possible to remove the unfaxorab’e impression produced by tin* Kngli-h circular. Russian newspaper* complain ol tbe increasing hosiilitm* of the Roumani ans. The latter are said to be hinder ing the pas*.ajM of Russian provision co umns through their territory and threatened to forbid it altogether. Vienna. April 3. A dispatch from St. Petersburg re port* great excitement over tbe news of a probable a1 liance between England and Turkey. E*ery tiling has assumed | a warlike aspect. It. i* reported that t he Russians are advancing on Lai lipoli. ^^ PACIFIC COAST. TERMINATION OF A MURDER TRIAL. Constitutional Convention Elec tion. ARREST OF WOULD-BE STOCK SWINDLERS. San Fkanctkco, April 3. In the Ingiigiia murder trial before the Fourth District Court to day, the jmy found a verdict of manslaughter, and recommended the prisoner to the merev of t lie (-ourt. The Board of K cctinn Commission ers held a meeting to day to arrange a programme for the Constitutional Con vention elec ion. The newly appoint eif Register Kaplan announced Ins id tenlion to at once begin canvassing tlie city so as to be able to determine the boundaries of (he piecmcts and at the '•am* tune test tiieacvuracy nf the pr»-s eiit great register. He was auhorized to employ a large clerical fore* at once, it is not probable that Hie precinct, reg ister* can i»e prepared in time lor the coming election, and ward registers will i»e used insiead. Captain Lees and Detective Jones have been lor some iie-nhs on tin* trail ot two men named Charles H. j • lid (». Craw ford, who were seeking In induce a certain lithographer to exe cute certificates of Opliir and Kureka Consolidated >to< k. The lithographer him.self gave the information. He wa insi meted to delay i he work by dila mry proceedings until tiie ca*e could t<e fully worked up. Sometime ago ( has. H. Crawford left (he S aie. tak mg considerable money furtiMied him hy his principals lor the purpose of olilaiiiing bogus stork. (». * r*«w tord continued the plot 10 make the ialso issue. Ye-teidav, by a precon certed wrranueinent, the bogus stock was delivered to Crawford, who, ni leaving the premises, was at once ar tested. Two hundred and fifty blank certificates of Opliir was found on him, and as these were all fie had received, none can hav e got on the marker. At his room were found 12 blank certifi cates of Kur» ka Con*olidaied, sto en at the lime i lie books were printed; also type* Htid figures tor stamping the cer iifi'*ates with dividend or assessments paid; also forged signatures of C. L. McCoy, secretary of the Opliir, and K. A. Richardson, one of the trustees of ftie company. It is understood that several prominent m*n of the city are implicated in the design. Crawford was formerly in the employ of Berry. Wolfskill A (In,, is about 28 years of age, and ot |<r»*pn**evsing appearance. It w ill cost on« (tarn: to enter the Pari* lOxposition hiiiUlintC. MARRIED. Reveille, March 2i — J. C. Ogd*o, of Reveille, to Miss Rosalie Rice, of Tybo. Reno, March 25—VV, P. Johnson to Sarah L. Godin*. J— .-.—^iJJg— DORN. Virginia, March £8 —Wile of JN. Petiinger, a non. Piocde, March 26—Wife of Jonas Cohn, a daughter. VV inntinucca, March SO—Wife of James Gar at, a daughter. DIED. Virginia, March 30—Mis. John Champion, a na ive of Cornwall, hingl md, aged 41 years Virginia, March -0 - William It. Leehy, aged 20 years. hi wo, March 27—Leopold BLcboff, aged 50 50 years l iocne. March28— Laura, dsughter of Robert Adams, aged 1 month and I7day*. battle Mountain, Match 30-1 all McWil liams, son of J. W. McWilliams. Union villo, March 27-Me Williams Hill, sod of Joseph Hill, aged 1 month. J\KW TO-DA i. BIGELOW’S HALL. W. T. JIARIUS.. MANAGER. FOR FIVE NIGHTS ! ruinmriicitiic Tm-»(l»y. April 9th, Anti Knlnrilny Mntlner. Erum ll.rprL’a 'ihentir, Chicago. J. II. llnverly, Proprietor. Largest Minstrel Omnnny over organized in America. AN ENTIRE NEW COMPANY! With an entire New Program me of REFINED MINSTRELSY! Herd *re4 bv the following Select Society Artist of the * rofussion, u%gug< d with gnat cure for thi- particular ore sum, with a view to present tho very best and **!?• tn<>*e who are * n'lrely new. Mr. lluver'y. too ing that i he ha?, vvi.li but one exception, an enfiru n w company, largo in number, to pros-nt for'he iir?t tuna to tli ? public, point* with pride to th j follow ng Brilliant Register: HE0M1E TH A Toil KK, lii.-. fir?' app« »ranee. llAHHY U. ulCIIMOND, 111* first appearan1 e. WiLhhM 1IEN Y RICF, Hi* tir*f app irnnee. HILLY I’A' TKR, Ins first appearance. FRANK CUSHMAN, Hi* ti si apf-earanee. CHARLES DIAMOND, ' i* fi48t p pear .nee. ■WELCH ant K OK, Their lii t appea area in four years. J wii N R K lM BLK, Hi* first app--nrui.ee i • two year4. TnE CA LI FuRM A QlT ARTbT IE, l).xw«, Kok, 1*rm-th and Kapikk, Their fir-t hi pea ranee. BILLY 1UC -, retained with a view to sat isfy those who admit o an old lavoritt*. An • *rchustru urni t»re«-< Band, compo? d of Solo Artist?, under the “killful direction of W. W. BAKBuUO. 25 COMEDIANS, VOCALISTS AND MUSICIANS ! Years of triumphal travel, in eveTy country and every clime, and still a series of splendid successes greet HAYEREY’S MI VST REES! ENTIRE NEW PROGRAMME! Ucndared n th it refined, uni'i ie and praise worthy style that first s cured mid still r tuns the confidence and pitr n gc ot the elite of the e tire country, mid achieved a ‘Micci-s*1 which has no pa a.lei in the h story of amusements, artistically and financially. Standing m P’aewrd in use at almost every Performance, Mnkirg it ©v«cn? tit I t<> PK*/(! RE Y UR 'EAT’# IN ADVANCE, ns they are always for oil© THREE DA * .> IN ADVANCE, at the Box Offi -e of the Theater. Carriages may b * order d at 10 o’clock. HARRY M • NN,Treasurer. W. 11. TlUCKLAND, lien’l Agent. M>4_ GRAND BANKRUPT SALE. CAA PAIR* CM^SIMERE PANTS, from JUU $2 50 to $5; 200 complete CA'SIM ERE SUITS, from $7 50 to $15 per 9uit ! rlho undersign'd, having been appointed Assigiee <»f the lnt * firm ol T. il tboiia to Jt to., Wadsworth, will SELL THE ENTIRE STOCK Regardless of Cost! As the goods must he •old. at the More for merly occupied by M. Divid-, on Main street. Two Doors above the Parker House. Pnrt of 111#* Mock lias %rriv«*l.and in ready t r inspection. Lome early and se cure good# at half their ae u<il va tic. 1, BANNER, Alienee. Eureka, April S, aj<4-if J, B. LAWG3T2LOrr, MERCHAXlli TAILOR, Next Door to the International Hotel, Keeps constantly on hand an extensive Assortment of Cloths and Cassimeres, Of the newot patterns, an<l manufactures Clothing at prices that will en.tble ail to weur The Rest of Custom-made Clothing. He will bs pleased to sos b s old friend* a- d eu#toupT#. an i tir tnom out in a suit ot th * newest style# fo soring wear. Kur krt, April-d, I87A. apltf AMERICA S GRAND NOVELTY ! BIGELOW’S HALL! \\ «diieaday, I liiir*<t««y, I rlilny mill fealitrduy, A |»r 11 3. 4. 5 hiiiI 6, Mint fcnturdny lilailiiee. rPHE JUSTLY CELEDRATED AND I JL great original XVZAD AXKXZ3 K.ENTZ’3 FEMALE MINSTRELS, A brilliant array of grace and beauty, pre senting the finest >lin«tr< l f*eenc ever witnessed, 'i he dashing and peerless MABLE STANLEYS London Burlesque Troupe, In the great sonsati >n l)ur!e*quo rntitlod FEMALE FORTY THIEVES ! With a superb cast, d‘lightful music, grace ful dacir g, splendid matches and nnignitic nt costu11 es; augmented by a superior corps of >j». cmlty Artist*, forming together the mo-1 marvelo <s and utti active entertainment in the wor'd. Admiss on, fl 00; reserved se«ts, 41 50. For p>r iculurs, and ii-t of urii ts, see small bills. ’heserv- d seats secured threo days in ad vance, at the I beater. A 8 LEA VITT, Gon'l Agent. Eureka, March 25,1878._mbJi s4 PUREjyilLK ! ON AND AFTER Til 18 DATE, T AM prepared to furnish families, hotel*, res taurant*, boarding houses, or any other per son with iri-iiwin , pure Milk, from one pint to 100 gallons per day, at the following rates: 1’int*—10 cents per pint, or.$8 per month Q arts.45 per month Half-Gallon-.40 per month One Gallon p r dav, if) cfs, or.415 a month A liberal reduction will be made for larger quantities. WM. E. TAYLOR. Eureka, April 2,1878. ap3tf GREAT CLEARANCE! -AT MEYERS & FRANKLIN'S WE ART PI.EASE* INFORM •ur lady and gentlemen friends that in order to dispose of the balance of our * FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF 33ry Goods — AND— CLOTHING, We will from this date on sell our en'lre stock AT CLOSING-OUT PRICES! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To those who can use Job Lots. Orders from the country promptly attend* od to. MEYERS A FRANKLIN. Main street. Eureka. Eureka, February 15. 1878._flfl-tf J. STRAUS. PIONEER Watchmaker and Jeweler! GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, K'e., always on hand, and for sale 2'» p*r oont. lehS than tan Francisco wholu.-alo price*. Watcher and Jewelry Repaired and War ranted. J. STRAUS. _Eureka. March P. 1878,_rob Htf E. R. DODGE, OBNBBAL BUSINESS AGENT, EUREKA NEVADA. AGENT for roc GIANT POWDER CO. »r Offife on tiuel Street, opposite < dd Fellows' Hall. Eureka, February 21, 1878. f22tf BATHS! BATHS! REOPENING OF THE BATHING BOOMS ON SPBING STREET. 'IMIH ERTAHUHIIMENT HAH JIST I '-eon rh ironghiy overb Allied mid reuv vutoJ, und »» now ready for business ON WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS. from 8 o'clock A. M. to 7 o'clock P. M. Tho oest of attention will be given to those pat ron r/iig iho establishuiout. C. C. SPINK*. Eureka, March 18 1878. n»bl9tf FRANK ROBBINS, ASSAYE3R, Doe Door above Wells, Fargo JIt Co's, EUREKA, NEVADA. Promptness, Arrurary and Moderate Charges. rr r I, E A S E CALL.v Korokn, Marr*h Ifi, 1878. mhl7 Notice To Miners. OEALKD PROP* HA I S WILL RE RE d c«*ived at.the Hamburg ruin a until HAT IIKDAV, Apr 1 Hth, at 2 «»cb ck e. m , for '•xtei ding South Drift, IVLfoot level, two buridred (200) fact. Contractor* will be re <1 i red to work eight (8i houi nhifta. Tin* Company will fi.rnitb all necessary supplies and do tho hoDtii g. I ho right to n juct any or all bids Is re nerved. _ . , ,J. C. PoW HLL, Superintendent, Eureka, April 1, 1878. »>»2td NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. milE COPAliTN EHSIIIP HERETOFORE 1 existing under the name and *t> 1© of the “S.n .-inn Koo Company,” i* ihi« day ui*' s, ived by mutual consent, Gam Wing having purcha'o-d the ent're intero^t o Sain Kee, (hen Yet and M h Chen, aid will c mtinue rhe transaction <»f a general m rcbandising business at the samo place, collect all debts, and pay all claims against said Co "P*nv. SAM KKE, CHEN YET. MAM (HEN, GAM WING. Tn presrne© of C J. La^siio. Eureka, Nevad «. April 1, I87S._ NOTICE. 0TIRING MY AH'ENCR IN CALIF^R nia lor a lew wmbm, Mr. A. D. Q iantr* It will at‘end to all matters pertaining te cq/ carpontoiing business. _ .... a..r T. R. P. DIM"CR Kurok», March 10. 1878. mh20tf NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. riMIE COPARTNERSHIP BETWEEN 1 Lansing A Baily has boon dissolved by mutual cuueent. 0. J. LANSING. Dav. e. HAIRY. Eureka, Nev., March 28, 1878. n>^ ^ NOT|cE During my temporary absence in New York, Mr. JULIUS LESSER wHl attend to my bu.in.^ wermctII Eur,ka. M»roh «. 1878. “b7“