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M.-Klruy II ])i*bop 1W Unr* A > McCann i‘isV>'ik J Rock rat I ■ i 'ii-moro \\ jj 1 lurk wife !»:»!» 1. 1 ► vv yr ' 1 '' Mr i! o. 1-! i'nd ;h.'kb**k (j W Merrill Iri Ai Trill l>%ti»r laj x DepnrtiirfN: KTTHK Kl'KKItA AMO 1‘Al/H M»K RAILROAD, rja iM x -Minx Orr Williams J C Lockwood Irr rm; mss; ham. m:\so\. ^ luivintg come to the care of lhi‘ mwiiljersoi the Amity Dhso lUUCIul*. ‘*1 lain city, th it a Hub is tormina in i one Of ill.* purpose* of w h it" h iitonka |||S starch out of the Amity*. I Ule liieiubwrs, of that dull request. 11- ; !"*:»!«th.i they ure pr-pared to meet w ™ bull la arena either tin- Kureka J! , “r »".V other dull on earth, an I Miiiiri,,,* Iviroka lialil-ts think ihey cm kMook the h tek* otf the Amity, it u OO'.V ne<vs-:iry for them to throw “"•'ll sill-gauntlet, ami they will meet 1 •'area.i\- iv-pon,c from the An, in Aelwlleiigo from tlio Kureka '■“I'wm order.-liar, It,-. i ||J billowing are the member, of “ieOriginal Base Ball Club of Kureka: I Wr«». W. II. Stovvell, All'. !ti‘lk'l,rl,all"S H- L:l I'or‘<‘. I- Mol | , i> 7 iJU,s Millt‘r* 'V. A. Biker, p . ' if' J‘ *'• 1 (light, A. K. Kayo, '^.Uuber' V- "• ( nr ; '• -'I- Coady, ,1. Coady, 1'. 11. J- smith, K. mu1'' ""I I*- Sdiunmker. There •oanna.tlnK of tlieatiove named to nioirow evening at the olllco making1* "rt"' l"r ‘be purpose of ^i*&“r(rm8,or t,ai InKATKit To-moht.—Cinderella in ' “H'1'.ry, will he rein-ated to-night, ! '' “e lust time, at Bigelow’s Hail J iNuod1 nu7J,y I'liynies Will he in-! "niM;.rti ’ ulso 11 ‘ hange in the i "lio , A. of the piece. Thom I *'ailti..m!!r, Nue,l Cinderella should “'''Itliosi wi1V,‘s-?f opportunity, resell a-i ’ 'l’"'""‘ssed the first rep ‘hB bur It, 11111 enough eliange in *eein,r aa *Uo lHni-iu to make it Worth "iiluhe , “ will eot.elude •'wnthle’s sor?!’, ;;Tlm,,k fs-ooilness, by u1M 'I 11411* With diameter, nil tlw. i ,"!’a,|y- Secure a seat ami night kin?f u“ii,° Combination to “Pecially. IW’ Clorimia; hi, great Pliitumt 'A' roN 14 IIkskfit.—The eom Uein, :;Xl*eT*U tendered by the eit tfKikDi..,, 10 Miss Zoe Gay ton ^Krwni«htat Bigelow’s llall. "Irmly re(i. , !,s ,),llte large, and ev “)£‘irtlonsef 11 ' ",l'1 I.. with the 'V|||> klniilJ'»'I.V and those •wnlon. Mu, v,, ,lnl' erod for the oe "w'e tliau ordte to",is il" “dross of ;b'> lier u,6ruoo ry- ,,",UiI-v’,l"'1 ‘»k«’s ll,ls9 ibangerj. "li,lles of numerous ret«med hnr aer,tT(Joor^e Gilmore *”'“'*i»»^aySiigSr‘8r**'* SPRING AND SIMMER MEETING. First Day of the Races—Two Excit ing Events-Abi Wins In Two Straight Heats—Sorrel Noil Tic. tor of the Hnlf-mlln Dash—A I.ively Rare lor To-day. The racing season commenced yes terday at ihe Willows Course undertlio most auspicious circumstances. Tlio announcement of the different events has for some time created a stir among the turfites, and tho meeting was looked forward to as the 1110-t interest ing that lias ever taken place in this sec tion of tho State. Tlio skies were fav able yestorday. During nearly all the day the sun was veiled, enveloped by mas-ive banks of clouds, and through the filmy atmosphere tho god of day succeeded, at intervals, in endeavoring to break and cast his radiance about to mortal gaze. Thanks to tlie energies of the indefatigable proprietors of the course, the track was almost entirely free from dust, and, although a little heavy,was in exeellentgoingeondition. Along the home-stretch, and nearly to tho first round, the track had been lib erally sprinkled and rolled, thus free ing it from the disagreable dust. A large number of people were on the grounds to witness tho races, and, prior to the riders being called lip, lively scenes were being transacted. Tho pool-box was the center of attrac tion and bidding quite spirited; in tlm first race Mark bivingtone starting off as a favorite, but, in the course of half an hour, giving way to Abi and taking second choice, with Mystery always last. Tlie stand r reeled for the accom modation of ladies was well tilled, though it was anticipated that there would lie a larger turn out of the fair sex; and doubtless there will bo to morrow. i lie unee. At 3:30 o'clock, the horses were led Iron; the stable and thoir riders taken to the scales to be weighed. Tho lirst o\cut ol the day was for a pur>e of $750; mile and repeat; free tor all lmrse>—all horse< entered com ing up to the post. These were \V. Nichols’ sorrel horse, Mark Living ton, by Norfolk, dam, Virginia; six years old. 115 pounds. 17. J. Travis’ brown mare Alii, by Woodlmrn; dam, IVggy Kinggold; six years old; lit pounds. I I I. tiorman’s bay horse Mystery, by N irfolk, don, unknown; live years old; 113 * pounds. The weather was oalmv. just suited for racing, and til • horses came up to 11 io soiiid all n | parent ly in good con dition. Alter the riders had receive 1 their instructions regarding the man ner in which the race was to be run, tlie judges mounted the stand and called tlie horses, M.vstnry having the pole; Lb ingston, second, and Alii out side. Alter several false spirts the horses were at last lapped o!f with a good start. Lb ingstonc took the lead, but was soon lapped by Abi, running well together to the !ir-t quart, r. when the brown mare shove I her t.o-< to the front, gra in ill.v widening the g»p an I coming lip the horn *-si retch a a goo l gait, crossing under the wire’ to rue lengths in a-bauce, wltli t he sorrel sc -ond, and Myso re, who lull been under a strong pull, la~t— ju -t saving bis distance. Tune, 1:50 HceonJ Meat. A rush to the pool stund was now made, stud A hi made a strong favorite with the buyers. Tho sorrel showed himself to bo sulky, and those who had been hacking him had an oppor tunity of hedging. At the ex pint ion oi t he time, the horses and riders were again ordered up and a good start was had at the tit** first scoring. To the firM turn the horses kept well togeth er; My>tery was the first to lag. Abi and Livingstone passed the first quar ter neck and-neck, hut before n ach ing tho halt-mile the mam was again in tlu* lead, increasing her advantage to the three-quarter pole, ami entered the home >! retch w i h the race in hand — Livingstone four lengths in the rear — both under the lash; Mystery dis tanced. Time, l:5.V'j. TJie Main It tee Over, A lew left for town, but a large num ber of the spectators remained to see the half-mile dash tor a purse id* $ot)u fur secon i cla-s horses. Follow ! tg were the auiiii i!s eumred: (’. It. I loir man nam • I Soiel N »d; T. Mctiovern named Tyler; .1. Tn*»k na n-d Kmi graii?. in the pools Son*l Ned was tin* favorite at tho o l«ls of three ami four to one. Tho race proved a spiri ed one, the horses star mg in a bunch and maintaining their positions until strik iug the boniestr«*!eli, when the Sorrel took the lead, Tyler second and Immi grant third, pacing under the wire in tliis order. Suiiuiurloi. I irjt race, two in three; imrw, 7 0. K. .1. Triivi4, brown maro Abi, Arthur Hoof «.1 1 W. N ieh '14,». b. Mark Living-ton1?, Dave Mitchoii.0 0 F. (ioi'imin, b. li. My>t.»ry, barney bul la h -r.0 Jia 'l iaio, 1: >>, 1: > >‘ i Second nice, lndf-wilo da h; purso, $ (H); second-c’a^s hur*1 (\ It. ll« tr.mm’s -Mirrol Ned. 1 T. MeOovorn’a Tyler.. - J. frank’s Kmi^ifii.1. . •’< «l udk'es— .\l. ik Tli.uaclin, l i an I. (Jl*»avc lund, \V. MontvMMiory. I i m*rn .). N. Crubb, T. J. bell. Every tiling Ihini1 1 off to a .Most Harmonious Manner. And if tho remaining days of tlie meet ing equal tha first, it can well ho said it was the best ever taken place in Hasten) Nevada. To-day a maich race will take place between three of ti e best naif mile runners in the State, for a purse of $:U)0, which will no doubt call forth a large crowd of spectators to the track. Tim horses to run are Foal burner, Bullet Neck and Buck, particulars of which will he found in another column. Peanuts and IIis Donkey.—Pen. nuts created a sensation with Ms turn out for the races yesterday. lie hud tho hurricane dock of his ice-cream em t taken otf, and with his llre.v Rase Iiaiino canarv was among tliullrston tho road to tho track. Ho had several narrow escapes from luiins? run down ti.v other outfits, hut he and his donkey arrived safe at tho track and homo again. Rut.LtON sitit'MEMT. —The Atlas Company yesterday shipped 40,000 pounds of bullion, by the Eureka ami l’alisade Railroad, to Palisade. 'Iiie Races To-day.— To-day the following races will take place at the Willows Course: Match race, half milo dash, for $300, between Bullet Neck, 115 pounds; Coalburner, 104 pounds, and Duck, catch-weight. This will prove an exciting event, as the horses named are all fast runners. An other race of a mile dash, for a purse of $100,. will follow, 1 ('tween Pinto, Canella, T illy and Dandy. The pro gramme should draw a large crowd at the track. Meeting ok Daughters of Rm liEKAH. — Charity Rohekali Degree Dodge, No. 5, I. o. O. meets this evening at 8 o’clock. The elec tion ot officers for the ensuing term will take place. Scarlet Degree 'broth ers in good standing arc cordially in vited to attend. Match Race.—On Sunday there will t)o a match race run at the Wil lows Course, half-mile heats, two in three, for $i50 a side, between the horses Jerry and Sorrel Ned. Jerrv will he run by Sam Hollis and Sorrel Ned by Billy Nichols. Lively.—The racing makes the town fjuite lively. The streets last night were crowded. Pool Selling To-night.— Pools in the three and five race will ho sold to night at the Palace Saloon. I. C. OF It. C.—Star of Hope En campment, No. 12, I. c. of It. C., meets tonight. To day Coal burner at the track; to night Cinder-clhi at the theater. Hkalth tub Socb.'k ok -llArrixKSs.—The re laxation of tlu nervous system, which cre ates an indisposition to mental or bodily no tion, is of very frequent occurrence. It i found that a torpid livor, debilitated stom ach or deranged bowels are tho groat causes, tor years Ob. il t.xi.kv’s Um.i.iib\n.u I. X. L. ill rTkbs have been sucossluliy :is« d throughout the l mted States, us an unt tiling restorative and It tank-giving niedi ine—restoring and i ivigorating tltoso organs to their original strength, ft has n»r -r failed t > restore to health and reinvigorute the whole system. Dyspepsia, indigestion ami loss of appetite, - ti rul debility, rhoamatisin, fever ami ague, di-appear .with its us -. A< a medicine for die ate-- ari-ir*g trom impure or i.npovei i h d blood.it t- without an eiptai. They arc com posed of absolutely pur. d.ff isive stimulant, me lien;-il with tho extra tsand juices of the ih '"i. it . rive tonic, and t .Il give a sft'cguurd against the attacks of dys.o-psia and liver complaint. jslu Stii.Iv Fuktiiku Kkduction. — We are about ready to closeout; now is the time to buy your medicines. All patent medicines sold at cost. We have on hand glycerine soap, 75 cents per box; pills, 25 cents. We have also a line assortment of perfumery, soap * losnel hnislies, powder hox, and va rious articles of perform cry, too nu ttier to mention. Will be sold nr given away in t he next sixty days. All pat ent medicines tit coast. Hifkfy it Co., m!i2S In the I'ostoIHce building. MOC-IIK. mill Damaged (loot s.—W. il. Clark bus at lit« mammoth stun ■ store a lot of orn sucks which ho will soil at a futr profit in ecus'* picneo < f tln ir b mg lu iiugcil lyy hon ing led > in tho '<>■'. i 1 • bn - h i-n a he ut vin"v;ir Soured on his hand . which h • will s II ch rap for cook ii g t* trpos -. Xon-c.xplu.-ivo beans and blusting t'owdor. mykltf Tim Hk .sox.—Why in it that J. Cohn & ;’r* . soil more *;• »<!>•• ih.in nnv clothing house in th * town? treatise di<»y h*»v«* tho largest an i In -f •*stock of goods, and thoir - «i.«Mi r faciliti.«s tor purchidiitf ©nnblo th -in to sell cheaper than any tirm in l.ast m Nevada. my2ltf To Let.—A house on S».:th Main Street, nearly opposite t!i » Atlr.s 1 urnneo, contain taurfo.ir rooms, a lar^edining room, kiteb-ui and collar. A No. I locaii ut for a ib arding llou«o. bet low to a rusiiuusihlo tenant. in •f.iiro oirtho premise?. jc.'-tf * Geo. Ott. MvKiJS. mhi Will Kkti'rn.—A. J. i oilman having been called away on important badness, gives no* tic * to those who h.tv » favored him with or* tiers, and those who wi<h to, thui h • will r« t hi. in about ten days to res. rue his l»;isim»?s of painting. jcll-lOd II i: m hmiikh.—The place to buy clothing and furnishing; poodn i* u .1. C’olm A Urn’s. They have the largest and best selected slock in Kint ern Nevada. myltf Am. watch work in tho best satisfac tnry manner done in J. Straus* jew elry store, by be ui Nnrdman, tho watchmaker and jeweler, at the Kx pross o lice, Kurel a. mh7 Attiontiox, (iUANUKHs!—Maupin A ('miner are just in receipt of a largo: stuck of the best Peoria steel plows, which they offer at prices to suit the times. upl7 .Stobvoh win’in, in unlimited quantities, for tir»-proof * olliir. l or particular?, in qiiiu at i a vi.o i’s. jvl Don’t koikikt that \V. A. Montgomery has a lot of dairy cows and some good work o.v ii, for salo cheap. my2>-lm ♦ — >■ — JUO«iI‘»i. mh 1 Monio, 'Mil liuTernuiont Java nnd Costa I: loi» Coffee, green, ground and browned, at Taylor’s. iny-lt tli.ov! s. — A larg > invoice of Klngloy’s cele brated Led bluff glows, at 1 \YLoa's. jot Hm ki r’s Self-rising Hour, in six-pound packages ut Taylor’s I ki.sii UauvU ltutter received daily at Tay lor’s. my-il Kkstkrn Table Poaches, blueberries and Yaukoe Pumpkin, at Taylor’s. luyil N ::w M vim.k St'mit, nt Tuyiok’s. jel Jimiis. mill 10. R. Doixik, Ooiiural Collector and Huwitioss Ayent. Ollice at -Manpin A Croiuer’M, mi-tf KOni'N. mill ,St mmku Sri i s. -Ilavo -Manbeira has just rr ceivod a large assortment of gouts’ white linen suits, and all -nits of Summer clothing, wlrii U bo wid sellelieapor t!mn the cheapest. iny'Jltf Canton Pri:8krt«i> Uinokr; Tahiti Lime .1 uico; Phillip Clark’s A.X.YX T'aiuily Sonn; at Taylor’s. tnyi* _ miscellaneous. NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM! R. SADLER & CO., Eureka, Nevada. Branch Store, Hamilton, Nevada. 'THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OPGEN 1. oral Merchandise in tho State can bo found at R. SADLER & CO’S, In tho Building formerly ocoupied by OBERFELDER & HARRISON, AND WILL BE SOLD AT Tho Lowest Possible Prices. Mining Companies, Miners, Far mers, Country Merchants, Restaurant Boarding House-Keepers, Fami lies, and Others Buying Good?, will find it to their advantage tu give us ucali before purchasing elsewhere. OUR. STOCU 07 CLOTHING, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Gannot bo surpassed, and fair and libcrel dealing. Customer? can r» ly on good? deliv er-d at Eureka and vicinity free of chargo. •i th-if Meyers & Franklin OCR SPRING A\D SUMMER ANNOTTNCBIWIENT. 'I'llK ATTENTION OK CUSTOMERS IS J invited to our largo uml varied Hoik of GOODS JUST RECEIVED. Cur Dry Goods Department —IS COMPLETE, Comprising one of tbo CHOICEST nnd LAKG i.S L Bulectiuoti tier oflon-d in Kureka. Piquss, Brocade Guipure," Brilliantiacs, Alapaca?, Calicoes, Grenadines, Bombazines, Mohairs. THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN Our Millinery Department. This stock was selected with ft view to moot ii long needed want o' ili * ladies, and in ex tent ot beauty, debign and low puces is in comparable. SILKS andJOUVINKID GLOVES. Our Clothing Department -1S U IV It 1V ALL E D . Wo kavo tiro Largest Stick of Spring and Summer Suits, Under wear, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ties, The New York and Broadway Walking Shoes, Etc., Etc., FOK LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ever brought to this place. WE INVITE SPECIAL ATTENTION To our M AGN1F10ET STUCK, The Most Complete in Has tern Nevada.. The patronage which our house is receiving is the best possible proof ol the superiority ot our goods and the unusual lew prices wo have maintained. MEYERS & FRANKLIN, my20-tf MAIN STREET. EUKEKA. MISCEL LA NEO US. FINE HORSCS! A Hare Chance TO PURCHASE i FINE ROAD and DRAFT HORSES TOT. TRAVIS WILL ARRIVE IN' EU fj roka on or about ilio li’th inst. with bis Band of American Horses ! Lately purchased in the East. The lot comprises —THE — Finest Horses Ever Brought . TQEUREKA! AND WILL BE DISPOSED OF AT —THE— LOWEST PRICES. joti EXTRA BARGAINS! DOWN WITH THE Price of Olotliingf. The well known Clothing House of Jake Cohn & Bro., ORIGINATORS OF THE CLOTHING WAR AT VERY LOW PRICES! Just Received. ! The Tory LATEST and BEST assortment of Spring and Samar (Mini -EVEU EXHIBITED IN EUREKA. A fine assortment of Hats and. Roots I WE WILL SELL AT Unprecedentedly Siow Figures -AND — DEFY COMPETITION! CLOTHING being OUR SPECIALTT.it is our aim to Please Everybody in that Line! ftrronPARE PRICES find no doubt von will CONVINCE VOlJliSKLF that tho 11EST and CAEACEST goo dp arc to ho had At Jako Cohn & Bro's. my 4-tf Bargains for the Million! LOU. II YAMS, OF THE FIRM OF Woolf U Hyams, of Sait Lake, I Ins Just .A.i*i*ivecl2 Wilh nn iinmenso stock of Men's Ready-made Clothing, Funishing Goods and Hats! ALL OF THE LATEST STYLES & IMPORTATIONS, WHICH IIE NOW OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC AT Trices that Defy Competition! THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD WITHIN THIRTY DAYS, So, Call Around Early and Secure Bargains. REMEMBER THE PLACE! One Door North of Reilly A ■InrrlsoiiH. .Main Street. _uiySQ. tf_ For Rent. riMIF, BASEMENT UNDER TT1E NEW 1 Odd follows Hull. Tho room is dibyHS feet, tlroro.usrhly flro-proof. and suitable for storage. Andy tv ap2»tf W. H. DAVENPORT. MISCELL A NEO VS. DON’T YOU KNOW —TIIAT THE PLACE to BUY GOODS I1V EUREKA -IS AT W. H. CLARK’S Mammoth Stone Building, Corner Main and Clark Street*. WHERE WILL BE FOUND THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Consisting in part of Staple and Fancy Croceriea, Tobacco* and Pipe*, Iron and Hardware, Paint* and Oil*, Crockery, Tin And Woedenware, And an endless variety of Carpenters’ Tools, Mining Im plements, Farming Utensils, Powder and Fuse, Cloth ingand Cents’Furnish ing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Sta tionery, Coal & Ore Sacks, And everything eI*o required by Miners, Furnace Men, Ranchers, Coal-burners, Families, OR AN7 OTHER MAST! PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! Large Sales! Small Profits! Prompt Payments! IS MY MOTTO. ef®"Geods delivered to any fart of tho town or surrounding country FKEEUif CHARGE. _ AGENT FOR Oupont'i Blasting and Sporting Ponilcr. myO-tf \V. H. Cl.AUK. D. C. SHERLOCK, House and Sign Fainter -AND FAFER HANGER. LLL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEJN DED l’aint shop one door south of Sentinel office, on Duel street,Kureka. ___my-JUtf_ Patronize HOME MANUFACTURES . Gilroy Cigars and Tobaccos! MANUFACTURED BY TIIE Consolidated Tobacco CoJ —OF— CALIFORNIA GROWN TOBACCO! A FULL LINE OF TIIE ABOVE GOODS constantly on hand and lor sale —AT— San Francisco Prices! Freight added, by Geo. Thacher & Co. fo20—is __ J. STRAUS. Watches and Jewelry. I HAVE A NEMBER JOF TIIE host 18 k gold watohok ever im ported, just received from San Fran cisco. One Xo. 1, 18-carat gold case Oirouo tfraipli uud fly back stem-winder. One 18-earat gold case Nlrlkliif watch, with nil improvement*, and stem-winder. One 18-cnrat geld case watch, called the dolt! .stiir ttati’la, stem-winder. All those watches are 18-carat gold watohet, and warranted to keep correct tiiuo. Also, ll»nar<l, English, kwiw, and Anirrinui manufacture, warranted for one year. aplOtf J. STRAUS. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. rpiIIS COMPANY IS PREPABED TO 1. transmit money by telegraph to all points on the Pacino Coast, and to all princi pal cities and towns throughout the United States. Fur terms, apply to Local Agents, joo-tf Notice. JIIAVE THIS DAY AUTHORIZED A, Loucks to collect all bills due m« during my absence. jelWw- J. L. LINGENFELTER.