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(Eureka 0ailp Sentinel.
M*. IlILIHOr«*: M UK VIATOR jsm. Commenting on Mr. Hillbonae’s speech in Virginia City, the Chronicle Bays edi torially: -Mr. Hillhouse aronsrd a re sponsive throb in the breasts of his hearers when on Saturday night he assailed the record of Senator Jones, and showed con clusively that in the six years during which that gentleman has represented Nevada in the Senate of the United States he has never moved a finger, never uttered a word, against either the exactions of the railroad monopolists or the importation of Chinese slave labor. As Mr. Hill house truly said, the only white mark npon his record is the fact that, with the aid of the Democratic members in both Honses, Senator Jones succeeded fn partially restoring silver to its place as a money metal. But he seemed to have altogether forgotten that the greatest burden the people of Nevada labor under is the unjust and extortionate discrimina tion in fares and freights practiced against them by the Central Pacific Railroad. You can buv in San Francisco a ticket to Omaha aa cheap as you can buy it in Reno. You can ship freight from New York to San Francisco for $33.60 per ton less than you can Bbip it to Virginia City. Six years ago Senator Jones pledged himself to labor earnestly for an abate ment of this imposition, but be lias never said a word in the Senate on the subject. He pledged himself to labor for the prohibition of Chinese immigration, bnt he has never said a word on that sub ject either.” DEAL AMD KITTRELL THTRS* DAY MIGHT. Messrs. Deal and Kittrell returned last evening from Austin. They had expected to address the people of Eureka this even ing, but the Committee found it impossi ble to make the necessary arrangements. Mr. Deal has been suffering from hoarse ness and a bad cold, and is unable to speak in the open air. The Opera House had been engaged for some time for Mr. Mighels. Not wishing to interfere in any way with the latter’s meeting, it has been determined to announce Messrs. Deal and Kittrell for Thursday (to-morrow) night. They are among the ablest talkers on the stump, and we risk nothing in predicting for them a rousing and enthusiastic meet ing. They have been cordially greeted in all parts of the State visited. Eureka will not be behind other communities. To prove that “constitutional govern ment through the Democratic party” is what the South wants, Governor Hampton advises the Southern delegates to the next National Convention to proclaim that while the Southern people sjand together, the South is not fighting for place or power, but for the success of the Democratic party, and that the South, therefore, hav ing the right to ask for the second place on the ticket on account of her Electoral strength, prefers that both the President and Vice-President shall be taken from the North and Northwest. It is quite useless, remarks the Boston Globe, for the Republican leaders to pre tend that the Greenback fever has affected only the Democratic party. In Pennsyl vania alono the Republican party is torn to pieces from this cause, and the managers are at their wit’s ends to devise means to counteract it. Colonel Ellis spoke at Elko last night, and Mr. Hillhouse at Winnemucca. Our stumpers are doing good service. Several eloquent Democratic orators are yet to appear in Eureka. Cheering news reaches us from the north end of the county. On the aggre gate registered vote of five precincts there is a handsome Democratic majority for the straight ticket. DELMOYT ITEMS. Event* of the Past Week. We collate from the Courier of Satur day the following: A partial cleau up of a seven day’s run on Belmont ore netted $1,054. The Highbridge mine is in shape to fur nish all the ore required when the mill is finished. Work in the different stopes and levels is progressing satisfactorily. Depth of shaft below No. 5 level, 130 feet. J. A. McEwen came in from Candelara on Sunday. From him we learn that It. Montenegro, the man who killed George Moore in that town some time ago, had a preliminary examination before the Justice of the Peace and was disobat ged. Charley Littrell informs us that 13 bouses were destroyed by tire at Belleville on Monday night last—mostly saloons. The fire originated in a house adjoining Travis & Stone’s store. Among the build* ings saved are the Nichol's H *tel and the stores of Messrs. Rhodes, Travis & Stone and Smith. This is the Nye county Democratic ticket: For District Judge of the Fifth Judicial District, N. D. Anderson; for As semblymen, J. T. Williams, T. J. Bell; for Sheriff, David O’Neil; for County Clerk, R. E. Doren ; for County Recorder aud Auditor, George Ernst; for County Treas urer, John B. Hollis; for County Assessor, ThomasF.'Morgan; for District Attornoy, David H. Lemmon ; for County Surveyor, A. M. Delano; for Superintendent of Pub lic Schools, J. R. Dougherty ; for Public Administrator, J. L. Thomason; for County Commissioner (long term), Andrew Brad ley ; for County Commissioner (short term), J. G. Mitchell. A Big Cornfield. For some days past there has been stop ping at one our hotels an Englishman, who has with him a wild yonng man, a spend thrift—the Englishman's son. The old man has been looking around to find a ranch, or some cattle, intending to buy and locate this scapegrace, to see if ho could be tamed down by attending to prac tical duties on his own hook. The old gentleman don't have much to say to any one, but a Sentinel reporter saw the young man rushing around with two or three teams, yesterdsy, and, in answer to inquiries, the son said his father had bought him a ranch over in Hnntingtou valley, and aa there was some GO acres of broom-corn on the place, almost ready to be harvested, he was going to take along lumber wherewith to build corn-cribs, and thus save an extra trip. (lot Use dupes. A Ruby Hill girl waa invited to dine with two or three yonng couples of Eu rekans, at one of onr restaurants, last Sunday evening, and while at the table the girl gaped. At the momeut of greatest distortion, a mischievous member of the party dropped one of the City Bakery’s square loaves down the throat of the young lady, and when ahe uucloeed her eyes, she menly hacked a trifle and said she must have swallowed a fly. EASTERN NEWS. NIGHT DISPATCHES. | SPECIAL TO THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.] THE COOPER INSTITUTE MEETING. CONDON AND MELODY. Urnphlc Aero tint of tliolr Arre*t nml Trial. New York, October 22. A numerously attended meeting was held at Cooper Institute last night, to give expression touching the barbarities prac ticed in the English prisons, and to wel come Condon and Melody, the recently arrived liberated prisoners. A portion of the Sixty-ninth regiment, in full uniform, participated in the meeting. Hon. Augustus Schell occupied the chair, ui;d John J. Breslin read letters from Fernando Wood, Ben Butler, Mr. Boucicault and others, regretting their inability to be present. Condon and Melody were introduced, and received round after round of cheers. The latter gave a graphic account of his arrest and trial, and the indignities to which ho was subjected while in prison. Speeches were made by Hon. S. S. Cox and Hon. W. E. Robinson. The latter d* nemneing the unmeasured apathy and indifference of the the late United States Minister, Charles Francis Adams, when appealed to to inter fere in behalf of Condon, an American citizeu. A resolution was adopted that the best thanks of all lovers of American lib erty are due to United States Minister Welsh, for his persistent and successful efforts for the release of Coudon, and also to the Senators and Representatives in Congress whose advocacy of the claims of American citizens lead to Con gressional action, upon which the Admin istration based its instructions to Minister Welch. The meeting was very enthusiastic. Review of the Halifax Award. Washington. October 22. It is probable that the question of the Halifax award will he reviewed this win ter, w-hatever may be done about the ulti mate payment of the money. The claim is made that those who have been examining the subject, that taking the British bill of particulars exactly as it was submitted, it shows that the Canadians were entitled only to $120,000 annually, or to an aggre gate of $1,200,000 for ten years. This is less than $1,500,000, instead of $5,000,000, the amount of the Halifax award; and against this, it is claimed, it would be fair to deduct the sp« eial duties on fish and oil remitted by the United States for Canada. This item of itself would amount, in the ten years, to $3,000,000. That would make* $1,500,000 in favor of the United States, instead of $5,000,000 in favor ot Great Britain. The g< ntlemen connected with this business will undoubtedly be called upon to explain their conduct. The Next ('ontest to he Free from Sectional Hatred. Nashville, Tcnn., October 22. John F. House, in accepting the Con gressional nomination from the Democrats of tho Sixth District, predicted that the next political contest would be free from sectional hatred. He said: “I cannot, fellow-citizens, tiud it in my heart to in dulge iu feelings of malice toward the peo ple of the North. When I witness their magnanimous and generous conduct toward the Southern people, I feel like pulling off my hat and standing uncovered iu their presence. Grander than the victory of Appomattox is the victory won by the peo ple of the North in their noble and gener ous contributions to the stricken aud suf fering South. Upon that fatal field the South surrendered her sword within the shadow of the dark wing of pestilence, be side the new made graves of her heroic sons and daughters. With bowed head and tearful eyes she now extends her hand and surrenders her heart to the generous and magnanimous North. God’s own hand has bridged the bloody chasm. Let not the ambition of man seek to reopen the w'ounda and to rekindle the embers of sec tional strife.” Two Murder*. Memphis, October 22. Intelligence was received this afternoon of two murders committed in this county, under the following alleged circumstances: A party of white men, last Friday night, entered the dwelling of u negro living on the farm of George H. Millminton, near Glencoe, Tennessee, a town 15 miles north of this city, and killed him while lying in bed with his wife and children. The ver dict of the Coroner’s Jury was that he came to his death from aguu or pistol shot wound inflicted by one Hill and McCain. McCain was arrested, hut Hill fled and was pursued by J. 8. Tally, Constable, and posse, but escaped. Several negroes living in the neighborhood of Cuba, hearing of the murder last Saturday night, killed a white man named Laird, who was found asleep on a porch of a grocery store at Cuba. The negroes riddled his body with buckshot, thinking he was the man Hill who had resisted arrest that morning. More About the Cipher Dispatches. New York, October 22. Henry Havemever sends a card to the press in regard to the cipher dispatches, relating to the late Presidential election, iu which he says he never sent any of the dispatches ; never authorized any one to send them ; does not know the meaning of the cipher, and could not translate them. During a short period after the late Presi dential election, a number of these dis patches were sent to his address for other persons, but this was discontinued at his request, because their frequency became an annoyance. Yellow Fever Item*. Memphis, October 22. It commenced raining last night at 10 o’clock, and continued without cessation until 5 o’clock this morning. It is now clear and cold, with the thermometer at 56 degrees. From 6 o'clock last evening un til noon to-day 11 orders for interments are reported by the undertakers. New Orleans, October 22. The weather is char, cool and windy ; the thermometer marks 65 degrees. Deaths to-day, 42; new cases reported, 114. Cairo, Ills., October 22. Two new cases and one death are re ported in the last 24 hours. Destructive Prairie Fires. Chicago, October 22. A dispatch from Omaha says that destruc tive prairie fires are raging near Kearney, along the line of the Omaha and Republi can Valliy Railroad, in Polk comity, and other s< ctious of Nebraska. The north east portion of the State is suffering se verely. The loss will be immense to prop erty. Seveu persons have been burned to death, and a considerable number of others were severely burned. A Colored Walter (tills a Servant ttlrl. Chicago, October 22. A colored waiter at the Palmer House, last uigbt, shot and severely wounded a white servant girl, and then attempted to out bis own throat with s razor, iuflictlng wounds which will probably provo fatal. The girl’s refusing to fill au order was the cause of the difficulty. A Reduction or Capital. Cleavk.land, October 22. In view of the heavy tax imposed on bank capital, in this city, the Merchants’ National Bank, at a meeting of its stock holders this morning, reduced their capi tal from #1,200,000 to *800.000. We have received a letter from J. H. Fenton, who n sides iu Belleville, in which he says: ‘ Times are somewhat better here and prospects for the fu ure flattering. New Boston, a new mining camp eighteen miles from here, bids fair to be a flourish ing camp and rank high among the bullion producing camps of Nevada. Candelara is improving fast; new and rich mines are being developed there, aud the prospects are good for a lively camp the coming win ter.”—Belmont Courier. foreign NEWS I SPECIAL TO THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. ] FEARS IN DIPLOMATIC CIRCLES. HEROIC BRAVERY OF THE TURKS. The Regeneration of Turkey. Constantinople, October 22. Fears are expressed in diplomatic circles that the Eastern Ronnielian Commission will encounter great obstacles from Russia. The Porte and the Bulgarian inhabitants of Russia are resol .ed to maintain the ' preseut administration until her troops have evacuated the Provinces. The Porte insists on assuming the financial adminis tration subject only to the supervision of the Commission, and the Bulgarians con tinue the agitation in favor of annexation to Bulgaria. The intended withdrawal of the British fleet from the vicinity of Galli polis has been abandoned, in consequence of the recent movements of the Russians. London. October 22. A dispatch from Pesth states that Heir Tizza, speaking at the Club of the Govern ment, said it never had any intention of sharing with Russia in the partition of Turkey, or going to war to oppose it. It is clear that henceforth Austria and Hun gary will not only have Russia for an enemy, but some other powers. lie de clared, also, that with every sympathy for the heroic bravery of the Turks, he would not defend their administration. The oc cupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina w as a task undertaken in ord* r to destroy Sclilavism, which was threatening the monarchy, and to facilitate the regenera tion of Turkey. A Vienna dispatch states that Herr Tizza’s speech lias won back the confidence of the majority, and that his success in the Hungarian diet is assured. London, Octob r 22/ A dispatch from Simla gives the follow ing as the substance of the Ameer’s mes sage to the Viceroy : “You may do your worst. The issue is in God’s hands.” The Ameer’s message has been telegraphed to England, and a reply indicating the course of proceedure is expected on Wednesday. A Berlin dispatch says the Russian Gov ernment objects to the Ameer’s envoy in terviewing the Czar. A dispatch from | Biinla says the Government fully realizes the danger of the rashness, but much may be done before winter sets in. The Khyber Pass is open throughout the year. Negotiations are said to be ponding be tween Austria, Franco and England, with the object of securing a common treatment of all European questions as a counter poise to Russia, and to substitute for the Kaiser Bund an pntmtf co>’diatp between France, England and Austria. Count Von Beust’s appointment as Embassador to Franco is believed to be connected with this project. PACIFIC COAST. CALIFORNIA. [SPECIAL ro THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. J THREE-DOLLAR ASSESSMENT ON SIERRA NEVADA ONE-DOLLAR ASSESSMENT ON RAY MOND A ELY. Vnn.lflclir, tlie Gambler* San Francisco, October 22* Tlic Sierra Nevada baa levied an assess ment of $3 per share. The Raymond* Ely levies an assessment of $1 per share. Yesterday, in the Twelfth District Court, in the action of Burke vs. Flood et al., to recover the tritle of $35,000,000, was dis missed, as to defendants S. Heydenfeldt, C. H. Fish, General Wallace, George It. Wells, Edward Barron, the Pacitic Mill A Mining Company, the Virginia A Gold Hill Water Company, and the Nevada Bank. The trial of the case of William F. Bab cock, Tiburcib Parrrott, William Babcock and Louis B. Parrott, doing business under tlie firm name of Parrott tV Co., vs. William It. Briggs, Patrick Conner and Edward Morris, began this morn ing in the Fourth District Court. The case was watched with much in terest, as it involves the question whether the money alleged to be lost by VerMehr, formerly in the employ of Parrott* Co., but now an inmate of San Quentin, on con viction of embezzlement, which money was the property of his employer, can be recovered from the defendants, at whose house it was lost. VerMehr was brought over from San Quentin as a witness iu the case. The Exchequer stockholders have re elected the old directors and officers. The Coroner's Jury in the case of Thos. L. Smith, one of the proprietors of the Shooting Gallery at 82 K< arney street, who was shot on Saturday by Edward H. Ladd, brother of the partner of the deceased, returned a verdict to-day to the effect that the killing was accidental. A charge of manslaughter against Ladd was continued in the Police Court to-day, until to-mor row, pending the result of the Coroner’s inquest. SPECIAL NOTICES. Uaidit-s nu:i Jewelry. If you want your fine watches repaired in the best manner and guaranteed for one year to keep correct time, go to Straus’ Jewelry Store below the Parker House. je8 Furiii*Iieil Itoom To Lei, There is a nice furnished front room to let at the S in Francisco Lodging-house, next door to O. Dunkel & Co’s Dry Goods’ Store. C. H. BLASER. Eureka, Oct. 18. 1878. olO THE MINER*’ AND MECHANIC*’ TUADK DEPOT. Headquarter* for Bargain*. The best 25 cent suspenders in town, at the M. * M. T. D. The best 1 bit imported cigar in town, at the M. k M. T. D. The best 1 bit pair socks in town, at the M. M. k M. T. D. The beat 2 bit briar pipe in town, at the M. k M. T. D. The best line of gents’ hose in town, at the M. k M. T. D. The best line of towels in town at the M. k M.T. D. The best and cheapest line of notions in town at the M. k M. T. D. Get your Slippers at the Golden Rule Store. Get your Gloves at the Golden Rule Store. Get your Socks and Handkerchiefs at the Golden Rule Store. -- To Smoker*. For fine Meerschaum Pipes, go to Phillips, opposite the C. P. Brewery, Main street. Cutlery. For fine English Cutlery, go to Phillips, op posite the C. P. Brewery. Main street. Card*. For Playing Cards, of all brands, go to Phil lips, opposite the C. P. Biewery, Main street. M. A M. T. D. Stands for Miner** A Mechanic*’ Trade Depot. Ladies’ underwear at less than one-half price at the Miners’ k Mechanics’ Trade Depot. Papettries in immense variety at the Miners’ & Mechanics' Trade Depot. Playing cards at cost at the M. k M. T. D. The Miner** aud Mechanic** Trade Depot. Extra heavy French plate gilt frame looking glasses. 25 cents and 50 cents each, at the M. k M. T. D. Hand-knit seamless Woolen socks, 3 pairs for $1 00. at the M. k M. T. D. Hatchets, 6 bits, at the M.tM.T.D. Hammers, 6 bits, at the M.tM.T D. Foot Rules, 2 bits, at the M. k M. T. D. Pocket Cutlery. The beat English Knives, imported directly from England, at the Golden Rule Store. SPECIAL NOTICES. Oooil Watch-work. Mr. P. Steler informs his customers that he has secured one of the best workmen on the Pacific Coast, who hss long been connected with several of the leading San Francisco houses, and who possesses n»any testimonials as to his skill and excellence as a watchmaker. Customers are notified that Repairing and Cleaning will he promptly attended to, and the work guaranteed to give satisfaction. P. STELER. Jeweler, Main street. Eureka, August 7. 1H7M. au8 Oyster Depot. Fresh Shell and Booth's canned oysters, re ceived daily by express, at Ennis’ little store around the corner, and Spring Chickens, the best that ever struck the town , also, just ar rived, California Quail,the finest of the season. ('mull ilifttc*. To insure their nomination, had best buy tlieir Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes. Shirts. Under wear and Notions, at the Golden Rule Store. -^ Noce**.*xrlcs. Pens, Ink, Paper. Envelopes, Stamps, W. F. k Co.’s Envelops, Sheet Music, Ac., at the Goldeu Rule Store. Boots no t .Shoos At Cost, at the Golden Rule Store. Men’s boots at $3 GO and upwards. NEW TO-DAY. TSffioplir 4 TTENTION rs HEREBY CALLED TO J\_ the following provision of the Election Law ot the State of Nevada, and notice is given that said provision will be strictly enforced : 8ection 18—No ticket or ballot shall on the day of election be given or delivered to or re ceived by any person, except the Inspector, or a .Judge acting us Inspector, nor fold any ticket, or unfold any ballot which he intends to use in voting, or exhibit to another in any manner by which the contents thereof may be known, or request another person to exhibit or disclose the contents < f any ticket or ballot, within one hundred feet of the polling place ; provided, that in case any elector voting an ojjen ticket, the Inspector, or Judge acting hs Inspector, may fold the same before placing it iu the ballot-box. JAMES BIAS, Sheriff of Eureka County. Eureka, Nev., October 22, 1878. n23-td List of Registered Voters For Mineral Hill Precinct, No. 17. Buchanan George BrufFey T B Belknap F G Criorie John II Clark Thomas Fish Cyrus Gill R Griswold Gilbert Hulburd M O Hubb ird U A Hensley John Hancock Win Isbell T J Lockwood Milo Lockwood Clias McAuley Murdock Murdock A P McCoy Geo W McNainee Frank Mathews F C Presbrey Horace Pratt Metcalf Stanton Ilenry 8 Smith Wui F. Smith James W Schuster John Scott Joliu B Thompson J L Thomas Whitaker Thos Walker Jonathan Wright Frank The Registry Agent will receive objections to ; the right to vote on the port of any person reg istered, until G o’clock p. >i. on the fourth day previous to the day of election. All persons whose names may bo erroneously entered in the above list are requested to appear at the Registry Agent’s Ofiice and have a dd err >r cor rected. JAB. W. SMITH, o24 Registry Agent. List of Registered Voters For Pronperl Nonutiiiu Prceijicl, So. 7. Bui ley George II Conover James L Cronikon John Dunn William Fowler John Gilligan Hugh Hale Wn» H Herrington W <• Hawes Charles TJ Harrington Patrick Haskins James L Kenneen John J Larkin* Jerome McGinnis Pa rick Merrifield Elijah O'Brien Charles Polkingliorne Richard Qualtrough John Reynolds Spencer II o bin son Thomas K obiuson James Sullivan Jeremiah Steele John .V Slattery David Thompson Matthew Vivian iampaon White James A The Registry Agent will receive objection* to the right to vote on the part of any nerson reg istered, until (’» o’clock i*. m. on the fourth day previous to the day of election. All persons whim** names may he erroneously entered in the above list are requested to appear at the Registry Agent’s Office and have said error cor rected. JOHN J. KERMELN, o23 t Registry Agent. List of Registered Voters For VnnJprbilt P.ecluct, No. ». Altwcgg Edward Belli Catsar Beryman Richard Bcryman James JJraugJohu Connor Lavith Chase Joint Davis John Davis M Dennison Edward It Dougherty Michael Dibber Louis F Fall Charles C To vler R Galcu Bernard II G 11 gan Thomas Herbert John Hughe* Robert Hewitt Joseph Jensen 8 C Kelly Edw McCrory B Muihollaud H S McGow.in John Martin W Heed James Robinson T The Registry Agent will receive objections to the rigt to vote on the part of any person reg istered, until 6 o’clock p. m. on the fourth day previous to the day of election. All persons whose names may be. erroneously ent«red in the ubove list are requested to appear at tin* Registry Agent’s Office and have said error cor rected. BERNARD H. GALEN, o*23 Registry Agent. List of Registered Voters For Bconawe Precinct, Xo. II. Benson O Jr Benson A Benson O Sr Bar holder J F Clarke John Depanghcr Phillip Duconunun W H Duff Robert Elgic Wm Ebert Louis Johnson Charles Logan William McConnell Jos Norling A D Owens J C Osgood E P Phnriss Sam D Phuriss J F Pierson John II Reynolds John 8towell A II The Registry Agent will receive objections to the right to vote on the part of any person reg istered. until 6 o’clock p. m. on the fourth day previous to the day of election. All persons whose names may be erroneously entered in the above list, are requested to appear at the Registry Agent's Office and have said err*r cor rected. JOHN REYNOLDS. o23 Registry Agent. List of Registered Voters For W hile'll Ksuich Preelnel, No. 21. John W Monow C L Carroll N Bennett Wm C Scott B Armstmug John Britch Thos Tobin G W Hillis Pat McLaughlin Jas Richter H Bailey John Martage WH Giles S Smith Wiu Lockwood Wm Conaham Jas White 1> Dinniu G Fenton Peter Hoague Francisco Toma B Blanei A W Smith D Kraft R J Clayton The Registry Agent will receive objections to the right to vote on the part of any person registered, until 0 o’clock r. M. on the fourth day previous to the election All persons whose names may be erroneously entered in the above list, are requested to appear at the Reg istry Agent’s Office and haw such error cor reeled. JAMES WHITE, o23 Registry Agent. NEW TO-DAY. List of Registered Voters For Floe Motion Prcclnet, No. 12. Archer C C Luther Chas Quilici Cherubini Harvey J T Courier John Hansen P N Kirlin L Patterson W M Quigley F Bird T J Steel J Foreman T J I'iui August Frazier J A Thurman J Denny Win Kyje Joe Frohling F KinneyJas Leak A Kitch Ed Holloua P Crowley Wm Varina E Bennett Wm Domingos P Quigley Chris ttsberne H Lew berry It Dieer J Dayton Wm Murray D Cornelius G line Wm Uuaguwt J Iiouti Henry The Registry Agent will receive objections to the right to vote on the part of any person reg istered, until 6 o’clock p M. on the fourth day previous to the day of election. All persons whose names may be erroneously entered in the above list are requested to appear at the Registry Agent's Office and have said error cor rected. P N. HANSEN, o22 Registry Agent. List of Registered Voters For Alpha Precinct, No* 20. Elias Boomhower W I< Htimer A W Griswold O Ratte Bliigio Lurches! C J Garner Richard Fagan E M House John Aiken The Registry Agent will receive objections to the right to vote on the part of any person reg istered, until 0 o'clock p m. on the fourth day previous to the day of election. All persona whoso names may be erroneously entered in the above list are requested to appear at the Registry Agent's Office utv' have said error cor rected. E. BOOMHOWER. o2.i Registry Agent. A BENEFIT BALL! -or THF RICHMOND HOSE CO., N03, Will be given at the OPERA HOUSE, On Thursday E\ ening, Oct. 31,1878. Iiiviisitton rommitlce: Jake Wadish A lex High A W Atchison Wm Powell M Dowling MsrtMnrren J ns Alien O K M< Cullock J II Ahlerson Frai«< Morse Geo Clark Thus Wet bored A Farley I> Falconer F rank Erdly J li Sullivan H GUnst'ord K At: Charles Fred Welcome T .U Conch John O Junta Evan Jones W Allen F C F*sk (len P E Connor llank Donnelly Thus Wren Hank Knight Matt Kyle Jaa Singleton 1 Judge Cromer 8am Ctolclatone Thus Haley (ieo Hmvch | Geo W Cassidy J C Loekwnod G W llaktr V. in Arrington A C Bishop 1. MoBnelli Wm Wermuth Jus Mi Martin ! II C Levy Thus llobinson M B Bartlett B J Turner Tommy Dougins W n k i' Lmrt- nri'hlager J F. P.atcr | W W Bishop Fu Gorman I A Jackson A M Hillhouse j E It Dodge Ham Coup., r I itobt M Beatty W H Shaw A McKay * OL Scott W 1* Haskell t lay Simms C L Canfield J I. Smith Geo \V Mcirill Jm-ge Harmon It Sadler O Dunkol M J Franklin C L I>r*-y W II Davenport C-i»:<a Knight Luther Clark Dr Thom* nrnv hill—-Bxnnxosn) anue. John Gillespie Judge Duolin Win Davis Thus Marks S L Longhy J * P« tis J Williams J C Parker Rim HILL PROP::*. J W Lambert St th Longabangh A N ltan iolph Jas Kyle F W Alien L W Pearson Reception fomisiUtee: Wm (Villen M >>rr.ill O McDermott J K Coloriek Geo W Laiooim ux J C Colgan Floor .llncmgen: John Stuart John Alton A »V Campbell 11 Brisacber WA Durley Pete Anderson Flocrr III rector: W. 0. Mills. Committee of trr»iigcineuh: John A lieu A W Campbell H Brisacber John Stuart O McDermott Ticli<*ts, Three Bidlars Kuril. olMd MRS A. CHRISTOPHER, Corner of Batemuu Street—Hear of the Court House, HF.OS TO INFORM HEIt PATRONS. AND the public iu general, t’ at she has just received n large and elegant assortment of Parisian Milline y Goods, Full and Winter Hats and Bannets, Trimmed in the latest futdihm ; FEATHERS and FLOWERS in the latest shades. Ladies’ Hair Dressed Iu the latest styles. A large stock of impelled Human Hair constantly on hand. DRESSMAKING, In all it* branches. Flitting an.l Fitting; a specialty. Also, Agent fur Berlin Patterns. Eureka, October 14, 1H7H. c»15-lni* SEALED PRJPQSALS. VjEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED O at the office ol the anderaigned up to mum ou Saturday, the 28th of October. to run a tunnel at what is called the Walker Spring, Goodwin Cauyon ; tunnel to be six hundred feet long, more or lean, and five and one-half feet high, and four feet wide, and tim bered from point of entering cover. Also proposal* to Fink a shaft at the Water Works one hundred feet, more or lea* ; shaft to be four by five feet, and timbered from top to bottom. Contractors to furnish everything except tim ber and ear for tunnel. W. W. MrCOY. Eureka, October 21, 1878. o22-td NOTICE. NrOTJOE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE State and County Taxes for 1878 are now «lue, and pnyable of my office at the Banking House of Paxton k Co. ; aud Hint the laws re garding their collection will be strietly en forced. R. RYLAND, County Treasurer and I x-Ofilcio Tax Collector. Eureka, October 21, 1878. o2‘i-tf NOTICE A LL PERRONS INDEBTED TO THE BYM A phitriou Restaurant must make payment immediately to the undersigned, aud no one else. No longer indulgence. D. ROTHSCHILD. To be found at A. Rosenheim’* Cigar Stand, Main strict. Eureka, October 1, 1878. ol-tf A Partner Wanted. A FIRST-CLASS MAN. WHO UNDER etanda the Restaurant Business, with a small capital, can hear of * good opportunity by making application to FRANK ABADIE. Eureka, October 21, 1878. o22-tf WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING AND FURNISH iug Salesman. Beat references required Apply k) A. BERWIN, W'hlte House TO RENT. A CABIN IN THE CENTHAL PART OP ut town. Apply »t this office. IMPORTANT TO THE TRADE J The nmlerolKneil hnn opened I* FlnMlnin Wholewle Liquor, Gigar and Tobacco House 1 W-IN THE]-* ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING, Where he t* Ken.ly to COMPETE »Jth any Nan FraneWe* «, Fastem ISoiswe*. In f’lSIt'FW anil TEKtMN. ■ al<w> rail the Attention oj HOTELS AND FAMILIES -TO MY WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF FINE WINES, BRANDIES AND CIGARS! Please call and Examine the Goods. Eureka, Sept. 21, lh7H. _MAX OBERFELDER. GRAND OPENING! OF Fall and Winter DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING, AT MEYERS &FRL\kLI.VS! '••HIM labor AND ELEGANT STOCK CON I amt* In part of Dress and Trimming Silk3, In all the new shad**; Cash mare*. Empress < loth*, Irish Poplins, Plaids, Huow Fjskei, Arnmre’s, Ladles Basket Cloths, Witerpr-ofi, Cloakings, Flannels Slif tings. Etc., Etc. S 11 A W \a S ! Merino, Cashmere, Ottoman ami Lace, «*f the VERY.LATEST PATTERNS ! Ueady-madc Ladies', Mies* V and Children's DRESSES & II RIPPERS. Scal-sklu, Mink and Sable Hacks and Si t.*. CLOAKS AND DOLMANS, In Beaver, Matclansc and French Basket Cloth FAKTGY GOODS of every description. Also n choice selection of Ladies', Mishit ami Children’s TRIMMED HATS. We would call fapodal attention to our Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' MERINO AND CASHMERE UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, Aa we have a very cht ice aud large selection of Ladies', Mis**-*' and Children's Lae* and Button Shoes, In Kid, C-ilf, Morocco and Cloth, nt v* ry low figures. Our Clothing and Gents’ Fur nishing Goods’ Department is unsurpassed in the State of Nevada, both iu quality and quantity. Our price* have been greatly reduced, so as to be iu the reach of everybody. U7" Do not purchase your Dry Goods and Clothing before yoif have visited «»ur large es tablishment, aa you ore bound to Lie pleased. Country orders promptly attended to. We also have the S ile Agency of 14 Mdtne. Deinorest’s reliable Patterns.’’ MEYERS & FRANKLIN, Main Street. Eureka, Nevada, Oct. 19, 1878. o20-tf LOOK OUT FOR THE La® Liippiiic View Of Eureka City, Nevada 1 Drawn by IS. <>. Ncltoflehl. rniJESE VIEWS WILL BE FOR SALE IN X Thirty Days. Price, $3 per copy. Mr. E. R. DODOE will canvass the town ami take orders for the same. Eureka, October 18, 1878. ol9-tf 3STOTIOE. '■ HE EPICUREAN RESTAURANT. AT THE 1 corner of Duel aud Bateman streets, will be closed for a few days, for the purpose of making extensive Improvements, and will then be reopened under the same management, with prices rednetd to suit the times. 8 ugle meals will be served at 50 ceuts each; board per week, $8. The table will at all times be fu nished with the choicest the market affords. Game, fish, oysters, aud everything served at short notice. Ball suppers also gotten up in auperl r style, at short notice. The undersigned returns thanks to hia numerous patrons, aud assures them and the public generally, that when he reopens (a notice of which will be given In due time) that he will be prepared to serve them promptly with the choicest meals. CHARLES LAUGIER. Eureka, Oct. 19,1878. o20-3t •** L. BANNER, llaviaiif Jn»t r«*liiraa«vl front Nm IraiarlHro n If h a Xea aanl Ex< tensive Stork of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS! —-‘•AND GENTS’FURNISHING GOODS, Purchased for CASH! If** Is Pl:abl**d to Kt'l) tli** (food* At VftJ LOW PRICES. The tiiooiU nrc of the t er) lleat Qimtf* II). nanl will he wolal nt f*rlee» whleh will Defy Competition! 'I HV. prftMCOF F.ritFKA AND BCBY HILL 1 will i»li■»»#• rail and hiamlnr the Hood* and Prices, and »h*y will be fully eonvlured that I uu't'ti vw h«t I **ay, and aui always on band to Rive BAUUAINH. L. BANNER, Matin Hired. rtirekn. two door* Kent la • t t!:« Parker lion*-*-, lu the building formerly occupied by M. Davids. w'df-tf CLOSING OUT SALE —OF— DRY GOODS — AND— CLOTHING, LADIES' White and Linen Suits f l a w 3sr s , i NI) ALL orn SI MMER GOODS IN THE i\. Ladies' and Gent** Department will l>e : Hold AT COST! 0. DUNKEL & CO’S. ISTE'W DEPARTURE. Our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT 1* ao sr* ranged that wo will not detain a ruatoiner over ten minute* to *bow him sixty or seventy dlf* ferent atylc* of Clothing. IV COUNTRY ORDER8H • Filled to the aatlsfaction of purchaaerN, or tbe good* may be returned. Eureka, Aug. 30, 1878. altf TO REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING TWKNTY-t'IVK PVB (K.vr, Buy Your Groceries -OF E 1ST2SIIS, FOR CASH M and M Tea 80c per pound, elsewhere 76c and $1. Fiva pound can of Lard fl ; at other atores $1 35. Everything el*e Bold lu proportion. Twenty-five per cent, la good interest on money. The above prices are for CASH only. bone don't go at the LITTLE STORE AROUND THE CORNER. Eureka June i6, 1878. T. J. MAUPIH, Not a by fi:buc-o»fige, haw a treat, next door to J. Straw ^ewetr lore.