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WEDNESDAY.OCTOBER 4, 1SS2. DBinocraticjtatB Wet. j For Governor, JEWETT W. ADAMS, Of Ormeby. For Lieutenant-Governor, WILLIAM BURKE, Of White Pine. For Congress, CEORCE W. CASSIDY, Of Eureka, For Justice af the Supreme Court, M. N. STONE, Of Storey. For State Controller, P. J. DUNNE, Of Storey. For Secretary of State, J. W. RICHARDS, Of Churchill. For State Treaaurer, CEORCE H. SHEPHERD, Of Elko. For Attorney-General, CEORCE W. MERRILL, Of Eureka. For Surveyor-General, CEORCE ERNST, Of Nye. I'or Clerk of the Supreme Court. T. L. HAM, Of Humboldt. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, A. E. KAYE, Of Eureka. For State Printer. a. J. McCarthy, Of S orey. I \*HEI> BY HIS FKIESDS. Let it be remembered that the grave allegations which cast a somber gloom over Judge Folger's candidacy for the Governorship of New York are not “Democratic campaign lies. ’ Should Judge Folger be defeated, as he proba bly will be, the Democratic victory will have been won by strictly honorable means. If the voters of New \ ork de cide that the election^of Judge Folger would be the advancement ot Mr. Gould's schemes to tire detriment of pub lic interests, that decision will rest on the statements repeatedly and solemnly made by the leading journals of Judge Folger’s party. Not at the hands of his political opponents, but in the house of his brethren, is this gentleman being scourged. The foes who rise up to im pede his progress with damaging asser tions of most momentous gravity are of his own political household. W hen such newspapers as the New ^ ork Times and the Albany Evening Journal—not to mention many others of equal respecta bility, but less prominent—declare that Mr. Gould and the administration are united to crush Cornell and to nominate Folger, and that Mr. Gould was impelled to this course by Cornell’s refusal to ap prove bills that Gould had bought through a corrupt Legislature, the in ference is inevitable that those who make this charge intend to place Mr. Folger in a dangerous relation to Gould. Whatever may have been the motives of those who originated these statements, they have been put before the country in such a way as to produce a deep and lasting impression. Their influence must be felt throughout the canvass. It will require a deal of Gould's money to offset the influence of this alleged proprietor ship of the nomination. On this point the Albany Evening Journal says that “although our hope that Jay Gould could not defeat the renomiuation of au honest Governor has been knocked in the head, we still have some doubts about his power to buy the people.” AX OVEKKEAfIIIXG AMBITIOA. The press of the country continues to pay its respects to Jay Gould in his capacity of would-be censor of the news papers of the United States. It is plain that Gould’s ambition has, on this occa sion, says the New York Times, over reached itself. It was essential to the success of such a stroke as he meditated at the independence of the Associated Press that it should be made without public comment and acquiesced in with out public protest. When the plans which he has been so long maturing be came matter of newspaper discussion, even journals which were .disposed to let them pass without active opposition have been compelled to take such a stand against them as the public interest obvi ously requires. The attempt to pooh pooh the anti-Gould demonstration as being the product of baseless alarm has j not succeeded to any appreciable extent. Every influential newspaper so far heard from has treated the subject as one whose gravity could not be questioned, and about which the only possible differ ence of opinion was a difference as to the beat method of checkmating the schemes of Gould. HK. BEECHER spi;AltS. The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher is represented in this morning’s dispatches as going for Mr. Folger’s scalp and that of the Administration right vigorously. We have not laid much store by Mr. Beecher's utterances, deeming him with all his splendid talents sensational and time-serving, rather than sincere. In this instance, however, he seems to be voicing public sentiment in New York, which is growing more and more pro nounced against the Republican nominee for Governor. It will bo indeed rough on Mr. Folger if the Democrats are re inforced against him by the highly vic torious wing of the Republican party, as well as by Mr. Beecher and Plymouth Church. ... AX l.MEKEMiinU 1>E< IftlOX. It will bo seen by the SjfiNTXNIL's Eastern dispatches this morning that the United States Judge at Pittsburg has decided that a railroad ticket is good for fare between the points named on it, never mind from whom obtained. We understand this to mean that the railroad company has not the right to force a person buyiug a ticket to sign a contract by which the agreement is made not to ransfer it; in other words, that a ticket s good uutil used up for the fare of any* )ody into whose possession it comes. TELEGRAPHIC. The President on a Fishing Excursion. RAILROAD COMPANIES MUST HONOR THEIR TICKETS. A Second Vorktown Junket ing Party. PARTICULARS OP A SERIOUS RAILROAD ACCIDENT. Hesrj VTard Eee:her Squarely Against the Republican State Ticket. SPECIAL TO THE SENTINEL.] Ptttsbcrg, Oct. 3.-A World special from Alexandria Bay, N. Y., says the President arrived last Thursday with his friend R. G. Dun, and went to the Cross man House, where the parlor floor was given up to him. The Summer guests hare gone, so the President has the whole house to himself. “That extra mouth, during which I was obliged to remain in Washington,” said he this morning, “was too much for me. I have been here before and I like the place, and I am assured of perfect quiet. Then, too, I am fond of fishing, and have enjoyed the excellent sport since I have been here, having been out with my friend every day. On Satur day I caught some fine bass and a muskal longe.” The President desires to avoid company, and so lias bad but few callers since his arrival. The steam yacht Minnie was chartered by a friend and placed at his disposal while he remains here. Each day about 11 o'clock he and Dun start out in her to wing a couple of boats, from which they lish on their arrival at the fishing grounds. To-day the President caught 19 pickerel and bass. Thursday next is the President’s birthday—he will be 52 years old—and in honor of the occa sion Mr. Crossmau has arranged a recep tion, which will take place after the return of the President from his sport on the river. Beeclicr on the Republican Slate Ticket. New York, Oct. 3.—-Following is a full account of what Beecher said in his ser mon on Sunday night. He came out squarely against the Republican State ticket: He said Cornell had been set aside, not because of his vices, but because of his virtues. It was the result of the sen timent of avarice. Let Folger be sent borne by the voters of the State of New York, and you will never see the tricks played at Saratoga r- peated in any future conven tion of the Republican party. I am also opposed to the meddling of the General Government with local affairs of this or any other State The Federal Govern ment should keep its hands off' the local af fairs of tin State of New York, especially when the Chief Magistrate selects for his counselors men who would be in State Prison had they their just deserts. Ought a man to sit on the Board of Police Com missioners, in the city of New York, who is a notorious receiver of fees, and a bribe taker, and is it nut a shame when the Chief Magistrate of the nation takes such men to his home and makes them Lis chief counselors; men who, to say the least of them, are notorious for thc-ir want of reputation? If they ask us what we are going to do about it, I auswer that they will find out when the ballots are cast and counted. Mot the Mi*isluir Ifiiwbautl. St. Louis, Oct. 3.—A queer case is on hearing here. Wm. Wacker Leo, once a resident of California, insured his life for $-1,000 some years ago. He afterwards went to Texas, where he was reported killed on a railroad. His widow went to the scene, and had his body exhumed. She indeutified it and secured other proof. The Insurance Company was not satisfied, and refused payment. The case went to the Courts. In the meantime a man has been brought from California, who is rep resented to be the missing husband, but the wife has denied him. Many witnesses indeutified him as the missing man, in cluding one oi his brothers, who gave evi dence in favor of his being the woman's husband. Yesterday he went on the stand, and told many circumstances connected with their life. He was cross-examined, however, but could not tell how many children they had, where or when they were born, or the names of all of them. The theory now is that he is Chris. Wacker Lee, another brother. A i>raii(i aiua<tii t p. Chattanooga, Oct. 3.—Concerning the accident on the Memphis & Charleston Railroad near Decatur, it is learned that the train was moving at a rapid rate, when a sleeper and a first-class coach were thrown from the track by a broken rail, and down an embankment 5u feet high, The sleeper rolled over twice and the coach three times. There were 22 passen gers in the two cars. All except five were more or less seriously injured. The sleep ing car conductor, Bangbam, remains uu conscious, and his death is inevitable. Conductor McAllaster was seriously hurt. Ttie .niMsisNlp|>i River C'oiuuii*>»lou. Washington, Oct. 3.—The Special Con gressional Commission, to examine the works in progress for the improvement of the Mississippi, under the last appropria tion bill, will start on a tour iu about three weeks. It promises to be a second Yorktowu junket. The Commission will go by train to Bt. Louis, where a swift river steamer is being fitted out for it. Curious stories are told concerning some of the stores carried by the boat. The jaunt of the Tariff Commission will be completely eclipsed. Amerlcuu Arretted iu Gcrninny. Dayton (0.), Oct. 3.—Intelligence has been received here that Dr. Wm. Egry, a well-known physician of this city, but who is now living in Germany, has been ar rested and sentenced for a year’s imprison ment in that country for alleged treasona ble utterances against the policy of Empe ror William. He went to Germany a year ago, but claimed while there to be an American citizen. NvrloiiH KallroHtl Accident. Hutchinson (Kb.), Oct. 3.—The Cannon Ball train, leaving here for the West last night, ran into a passenger train at Balem Btation. The passenger was on the side track waiting for the Cannon Ball to pass, hut the switch being misplaced the Cannon Bali ran into it, completely demolishing both engines and the baggage cars. Sev eral were seriously injured. No details. The Cannon Ball wms running 40 miles an hour. An Important Decision. Pittsburg, Oct. 3.—Iu the United States Court Judge Trunkey decided that a railroad company must honor its tickets, whoever sells them, and that therefore a ticket on its face entitles the holder to the rights of a passenger between points named on the ticket. This opinion re verses the judgment of a lower Court in New York. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. _j o HI r+ g'q >0 Pi HH ft ;h itjtj rr s,<0 J £r h r! «» » r r« **.~) g .1 _j *m . hi a«umeaca-MH — tc to e lu si *1 w 1 ■ tc t - -1 - o; 1 •; tc ? o to q« 01 B ■ f © o -j i • i.HaouOACXx*)x*rX‘c «*. | 1 £ Is£II £ ISSgKgggggggaggt I _ 2 '-1 I | : I : : : IS C9 L * * ;* 2 ii J | S’W Lt> I silii SsgSSIjjSi.ajjSI 8 fi 2 L_I ?L.«!;s -Hii«i|; Wo ^ 3 §S ; 6 = S2g*: : gag: : : : S ?•; (9 “ H— 1 -1 j X 3» I • w> Q -3 OS • ’ • • “ _ kaJ * J O I W? I • Ol If-C-A. . o IK. • • • - I_ ■ U ^ i? ? ;« n h::2 .Ii 2*0 M : S I e8 I : | SB»k-S: : «St: : : : I E s - W H| i-4-. I ® : ® *•«•»-»: : **»-: : : : - f.g« M k. 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ThRVY CLOTHS, CA-H MERES and .MUMMIES iu »11 the new shades. Terra Gotta. Electrn and Cadet Blue, Hage and Bottle Gre- n, Wi- e. Garnet, etc., together with Plushe-, Velvets, lttiddnmas, Satins, Surrahs, Silks, etc , to mat h. These goods we have secured on most favorable terms and c*n con ddently assert that we can offer a better qual ity at less prices than can be found elsewhere. Fancy Trimmings! In these goods our assortment is unsur passed. Anticipating a large demand we have added to our st-ck a beautiful Re ectiou of Passementerie*, Gimp*. Fringes, Frogs, Loops and Ornament*, and call especial attention to this display. A beautiiul line of Ready Made Garments, In Sealskin, Plush, Rhadamas and Satiu d’Lyo i. These coats were made under our personal supervision, and we invite compari son as to style aud priceB. Our stock of Domestic Goods Is particularly large andwell assorted In this Department will be frond every grade of Manuels, Repella- ts, Canton Flannels, Com rorters. Oullts Table 1 inens, Bhet-tiugs. Mus lim*. etc., and housekeepers are requested to inspect the stock. Our Carpet and Wall Paper Department is now fully assorted aud the de signs are the very latest introduced. The prices will be f'-uud low**r than ever before. To avoid further enumeration we would re spectfully inform our customers and the pub lie generally that «<• such as* Ttment of g< ods was ever before • ff**red in the Eureka market. Having in lar e quantities we enjoy unusual facilities, aud shall give our customers the ad vantage thus o talned. TERMS: STRICTLY CASH AND ONE PRICE. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. iVL J. Franklin & Co. Eureka, Not., Oot. 3, IM9. oitf For 8ale. House and lot on paul street, below Clark. House contains 3 rooms, all nicely furnished, and lot is 2hx50 Will be s.»ld cheap for cash. Apply at premises or Whit*- House Clothing Htore. sel5-lm It:UAL HLANHN, OF ALL OR* j script ions, printed to orda* at the SEN. TIN EL OFFICE. NEW TO-DAY. Election^ Notice PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE Honorable hoard of County Commission ers notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1882, At the following named Precincts in the County of Eureka. State of Nevada, to wit: Eureka Precinct No. One, Eureka Precinct No. Two, Ruby Hill Precinct No. Three, Ruby Hill Precinct No. Four, Devil's Gate Pre inot No. Five, lUiudernerg Preciuct No. Seven, Pinto Mill Preciuct No Eight, Vanderbilt Precinct No. Nine, Cortez Preciuct No. Ten, Beow.we Precinct No. Eleven, Pine Station Precinct No. Twelve, Roberts Creek Precinct No. Fourteen, Allison's Ranch Precinct No. Fifteen, Palisade Precinct No. Mxteen, Mineral Bill Precinct No Seventeen, Hay Ranch Preciuct No Eighteen. White's Ranch Precinct No. Twenty-one, Fish Creek Wells Preciuct No. Twenty-two, Willow Station Precinct No Twenty-three, Saiiord Preciuct No Twenty-four. Diamond springs Preciuct No. Twenty-five, Coleman s Rauch Preciuct No. Twenty-six, An election will be held for State, County and Township Officers, to wit: One Governor. One Lieuteuant Governor, * *ne Member of Congress, Oue Justice of the Supreme Court. One State Controller, Oue Secretary of Slate, Oue State Treasurer, One Atturiley-Geuerul, One Surveyor-General, OueCler. of tiie Supreme Court, One Superintendent of Public Instruction. One State Printer, one District Judge (Sixth Judicial District), Oue State Senator, Three Assemblymen, Oue^Jherlft', One County Clerk. One Gouuty Recorder, Oue County Assessor, Oue Gouuty Treasurer, One District Att -rney. Oue ^'ounty superintendent of Schools, Oue County Surveyor, Oue Public Administrator, Oue County Comm.sai -ner, Long Term, Oue Gouuty Commissioner, Shoit Perm, Oue Justice uf tile Peace for each Township, One Constable for each Township, One Long-term School Trustee for each School District, Oue Short term School Trustee for each School District, Oue Road Commissioner for each Road Dis trict. Which election will be open at 8 o’clock in the morning and will continue open until ti o'clock p m. of said day. And that all election tickets or ballots for the ensuing General Election in the Gouuty of Eureka, State oi Nevada, be printed or wntteu on a good quality of white book paper, and that said ickets be lour by ten luches In size. Wltuesh my nuud and the seat of tho Board of County Uommlssioiiers at Eureka, Nevada, this -d day of October, A. D le&i. CHAS. J. R BlJTTLAR, / hKIVIj y^lerk of the Board of County Com* ml*8*01*®18* Of td 2sT OTICB. Dissololioiorciartol. 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF THE dissolution of Albert DeWltt and It. Kn kard, this 18tU day of September, 1882, In and to ilie Morning Star claim known lor mt-rly as the Grey Eagle ledge or lode, rec rdad Jan 3. iri-1 aud situated in Newark Mining District, Wnite Piue County, Nevada. (Signed): THOMAS ROBINSON, Recorder. I, Albert DeWltt, do hereby assert aud de dare that I have fully compiled with each aud every requirement of the law regulating aud 1 nutsoliug mining and mineral properties of tins said .state, and lust no person or pt raoul have paid any money lu any amount wh*t«o ever uu this said property up to this date, iu tlib name and rights of A. De WITT. Signed in presence of C. L. Nichols, ot lu FOR SALE OR RENL AN ELEGANT ROSEWOOD SHERMAN k Hyde Grand Square 7-octave Piano. In quire at Morris k Levy’s dry goods stuE£.28-lm 1)1 U. II i; i l)N, LETTEKHEADN D and Cards, printed it the luniu Office eirsduoed prices MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. _ I How About Winter Clothing This is the month to buy and the Is the store to buy of. My New Fall and Winter Stock is now in. Everybody knows who has tried mk. and those who have not should cr.ll at once and be convinced that I sell better goods for less money than any other house in town. 1 hive the largest stock and latest styles in Fall and Winter Clothing AND FURNISHING GOODS. * Men’s, Youths’, Boys’ and Children's Suits OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS, ETC. I have the Largest Assortment, Greatest Variety and Lowest Prices. im:. hd-A-viidsoin". Eureka, Nev., Oct. 2. 1882. o3tf SINGLETON & McNICOL WHOLESALE SEALERS XIV. Wines, LIQUORS, cigars o «ra’ po —s 00 Carry the Largest and Best Stock of Coeds, and is the Cheapest House in Nevada. Call and Examine the Stock. Etireka, May 24,1882. 26tf JP. Hansen, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries Provisions, Mining Supplies, Boots and Shoes, Caps and Fuse, Safety Nitro-Glycerine Powder, and Overalls and Underwear The Choicest Liquors in the Market for Medicinal Use. THE FINEST ASSORTMEfToF EASTERN FISH! NORTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Eureka, May 1,18H2. m2tf Miners, Mechanics, Ranchers .AND THE. PUBLIC IN CENERAL. T TAKE NOTICE THAT DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANS, BANKERS AND GRABBERS ARE -** fighting for office. Times must be very dull now. and I will show you that I will run independent of all. See this. I am convinced I shall beat them all: 7 pounds Coffee Sugar, : : : ; $1 00 4 pounds Green Coffee, : : : : 1 00 4 pounds Ground Coffee, in papers, : : 90c 4 pounds Parched Java Coffee, : : $1 00 3 Cans Table Fruit, : : : : : 1 00 3 Gans Jams and Jellies, : : : : 1 00 2 pounds best Tea, : : : s : 85c 100 pounds of Best Brands of Flour, : $5 50 All kinds of Liquors. Whisky, $2.25 per gall. PINE CLOTHING, Cashmere Suits, $13 50; best Gentlemen's Furnishing G>od«; Fine White Shirt", $1 60; Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps; Boots as low aa J4 50; Trunks and Vailses at low prices; Jewelry for Keutbmou aud ladies; Glassware and Plated 8ilverware; French Candles; Outlery; To bacco and Cigars. No candidate will enter against a man with such quail fleations for my offloe. B. ALEXANDER. Eureka, Sept. 26,1882. se27tf WESTERN PAPERS! SOLE AGENCY OF. THE DAILY EXAMINER! W latch Ians a Circulation or ONE If l MIMED AMU TEN COPIES in Eu reka, nuil l« Increasing every day. •S^Agenf fur the Shu Francisco Call, Bulletin, Post, Alta, Report hichnutris Virgiiaia Chronicle, Sacramento Record-Fillon, Bee, and the Salt Lake Trllxaue. Also receives regularly the Virginia Enterprise and Sail Francisco Chronicle. Any or he above papers will be delivered lor TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER WEEK to any part or town. Parties ordering EASTERN ILLUSTRATED PAPERS I 1 ro,u Ul® receive them THREE IlOFRS IN ADVANCE or other dealers. I -*« W. E. DAVIDSON. M180ELLANEOC3! ~~ Q-RAKrr> Consolation Ball TENDERED to the Defeated Candidates • ...or..,. BOTH CONVENTIONS, —BY THE— Citizens cf Eureka and Ruby 1, TO BE GIVEN AT THE Eureka Opera House, Thursday Eve’g, Oct. 5,1882. The proceeds to be devoted to the building of mii lllejfiknt Ntraincr to hmII up Salt 111 ver the coining x0. vember. DEMOCRATIC Iiivilatioii Committee: W. O. Mills Jr. Lambert Molinelli H. J.Toomey, B. C. L-vy ’ 8 Kuphael, Peter l!r- en H. R. Kemp, E. J. liutltr,’ J. M. Smith, Janies White T. K. Jewell, It J. Doak * Joseph Boos, O. H. Urou’eH Wm. MeLwen, Jake Wadish * O. H. Smith, J. C. Itavell, ’ James Norton. REPUBLICAN Reception Committee: E. N. Robinson, C. L. Burlingame II. Allen, D. 8. Harris, ’ W. 8 Beard, I. J. Wilson, W. J Penrose, J. V mleriietb, J. B Simpson, T. D. Pag-, W. T. Leyxhon, Thomas Werry, U. Crowell, H.c F-net-ruiakei F. C). Gorman, C. G. Hubbard, John E. Jones, A. E Ch-ney, L. W. Cromer, G. A. Fletrb-r, T. 8. Douglas, M A. Doutbett, C. F. Horn, John Fitznmrils, Wm. Pardy, G. 11 B&uly, W E. Griffin, T. Gilmour, Baker Gray, Martin Marren. INDEPENDENT Floor Director**: W. 0. Mills Jr., E. N. Bobinaon. COMPROMISE Floor .Ylnii»£cr: Lambert Molinelli. ' HARMONIOUS Assistant Floor Jinminers: H. Crowell, n. J. Toomey, Win. Pardy, B. C. ' evy, W. T. Lcyshoa, JakeWadish. Kci^clImtli'M Full String Band has been especially engaged *or the occasion. #7" Owing to the immense number of de feated candidates occupying the floor, the in vitations will be limiti d. A kicking post has been procured tor the occasion. Ice Cream and Lemonade will be furnished the ladies during the evening. Wet Towels and Pej perinint will be pro vided for soreheads and the disaffected. TICKETS.82 00 To be had of any member of the t ommittee9. •GTA11 successful candidate s are respectfully requested to lend th ir presence to the occa sion, thus as uriug them a victory in the Fall. Eurena, Sept. 28, 1882. »r29td Public Speaking! HON. GEO. W. C/tSSIDY, Deinoeratlo C'ainUrtiUe for Mem* ber of foiigreM, ....AND.... HON. GEO. W. MERRILL, Democratic C»n«ll<lnt«* lorAtior* licy General, Will address the people of Nevada on the po litical issues of the day as follows: CHEltRY CREEK.Tu.iidij.0o!.I WELLS.W> duesdsy. Oct. 4 TU8CARORA.Thursday, Oct.» ELKO.Friday. OcU OAHI.IN.Saturday. OcU AUSTIN. Mouday, Oct.» BELMONT. Ost» GRANTSVILLE.Wetlueaday.OAU ..Friday. OcU AURORA.Saturday,Oct. MASON VALLEY.Monday, Oct | GENOA.Weducaday, CARSON.Thursday, Or! DAYTON.«**.*■ VIRGINIA CITY.Saturday, Oct RENO.Thursday, OA WADSWORTH.Iridaj.Oc PaRADIuE VALLEY.Saturday,U‘ • WIN N EMUOOA.U0°d „ u M BATTLE MOUNTAIN.Turaday, -• RUBY HILL.Tb"r‘!‘y,‘v!I EUREKA.Saturday, Local Democratic C.mmittM* Will make all necessary arranBOUiOUta ur 111 By* order of the Democratic State Central Committee. rhuiriuan. MATTHEW CANAtAN, Chair™ W. J. Westekfikld, secretar) ■ —. Brown,Tassel&Co, ....DEALERS IS.... Men’s, Boys’, Youths’ Ladies MUSES' AND CHltDHEH'S Boots, Shoes* Slipped ... .ALSO. AM. SISD® O/.**' Miter Goods, Leather and Finding. Emit Side of «'»*» s,,eet’ SUSBKA, *SVA1>*' Eureka, March 8,1883- _—-—1 ltfO MORE Lame Hors®8, eel buaiiEM a oil N» rth M*m ^ f,vor»WJ 01 ty Brewery. H*11*,*,,!! vears in tbi*. Nje.iri \fSS w» “? JKS5S. m ’*s i oX in •s* wboDLvvo01° JESSSsaF--*