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EUREKA taily sentinel.
--"rniDAV, JUNE o(), 1H7U. ' STOCK RBfOKT. rmiiclnco Stuck E*ch»n*c. Sax FrauciiIoo, Jun«2!l. WOKNINU KOABO. K* Ophir-fS m*«w «7*> Mcxican-28 * 28 4 28* HO Uo.iJJ A Curry -1^ Jo ,v Uolchur—* 4"'4 30 t.’ttlif-trnin—7-t:-i into Savage —10 10'* 1 *IJ '!!'* 7,i0 Cm). Virginia—* a » > •» ' 40 Chol'ar—78)4 , . •is. Voile'* JacKot—el'i -'ll **> e|ll Crown I’oint—10 10'4 101 e I ill) Imperial—tf 3<» «»>•» •'•SBOO 42j Alpha—411 » I• ID * be Hi lielrlior 174 17 47) .Sierra Nevada-1114 H 4 14 .10 Conlidonce -18 8> Utah —17 .so Kxehoooer—I*-a lo t lo-t ie Seg. Belcher 73 20 ovariuaii >0% _ , 270 Justice- 22 i 22 b 22.4 b 10 ,H) Succor—1124c ODc jo.* Union Con.— 10 * 10,’* loo Lady llvran— 8llc It* Julia—7’* 7‘4 10 Oalodonia— 7H 714 I).'* Ok be—Oc IHIe III Baltimore Con.—IS 121) N. V. Con 87lvc r*i) I'hil. slieri Ian -1 '4 PI l.ioiv Wash.—2H pH) Kossuth—1 1 70 Andes—2s, pel Wells Fargo—llle ■200 North Carson —2* I pi Ward—1 a 2 100 AiiiaAon—4 'c Vi N. Con. Virginia—73c ;ii, Virginia—2‘4 100 Morning .star—I Vi ltaytun—3'-H pH) Prospect 0 * KVKNI“w BOARD. 00 Meadow Valley— I'i 70 Kayniond A Ely-8 * 87« 220 Eureka Con. MV4 13 * 030 .1 uck eon — 4'* 4 !H) Belmont—i4* 713 L-opard—tfv*. 7 7'4 7t4bl0 1210 Jiff rson-1 l'« 0vu .lila--l Wc ?>7 c ldO I'anther— 1 »2‘7c s>> Northern Bello-3k :»7 3714 140 (iene-al I bo«n»e—3 l >oo Modoc 4 4 4*4 3u0 (.0*0 Coh.— Chj :>ir3 Now Coho— I1-* 2 270 Bolden Chariot 21Z .VO Boorman -00c 70 Savage—10 ^ 1 :si 1 uiporial —0 Ub‘» 4O Male A XoreroM -ft'd 9’fr ||.V Sierra Nevada —i 4 ’a ;>i» Yollowd MCKet- ftl'h V4 ;j) Belctaor—17'* 10 Chollar- 7b 70 Alpha-47 I7S 8» Con. V'a. .>>:*b’,b;» 12V California—7 in 73 * j.fi Mexican -2 > 2b « am .1 unico -22* v *1- ‘n 70 Could A i hi ry—1V4 18» Uphir—-41 .VO i btri^l <|n»4atiun« « I*. 91. Opblr-» mi lea Boil Id A Cnrry.-l-Vi bid Bent A Belcher—4d bid Suvaec—10 bid 1 hollar—7b bid Hale A Norer* •<-!»'4 bid i rourn I' inf—l'i bid Yellow Jacket -«i bid Ihiporiaf d-alus A Ip ha 17 oil* .< Belcher 17 <dm Coufldaoco 17 . bid i Con. Vir*i in b mins Si i r« Nevada 1-4 bid < allforniH -7 4 • ih|.m h.Xfh * |uer 11 » id i vorin in -Hi) b«rl Juatioo—22 » bid I niou • 'on. — 10 4 bid J « in 7 *4 bid McXiun 2* A<k i l OCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals and departures. r.\ HO M UMt I Abl> CAI inAlfK RAUtOAl*. |Iv|ih »• ii >*#•«• li'Mirriliiy. B«*chow A Korn !;«>«*» K.*h«(« l» Moore J M K Ivaon v M.vg r 1* Keogh and wife J Kiciiard* Irriinl* I.iinI 9lglil. • ny Ayer* NVni B Shaw o K Am •* \% Arrington it IllMjnlaira John A inter* i llowk ,Mim Couaiin Iih.J iJrovrn 311->* C Koflun/i |m* 31 Alio/.ano Ed \ allaon I it Booring K 11 Ely tVaguor »'V Imskl.lX'S Itkl.SoST STAUK I.ISIt. Arrlvnla June iitMli. T Ward l" J Cerhinn liepnrlures June All Hi. N •loulil .1 S Krazor r I. lurry .1 T l,«e ilty Altoziino Mi*s i Kotunzi ■■■■ •*KR*ON A I,. W. II. Shaw, superintendent of the •ck*on, arrived by last night’s train. <Jeo. E. Ames, master mechanic of ie Kavmond At Ely mine, of Pinche, ■rived from sail Fran-iscO last night id left for home on this morning's age. I>r. I,. Terry left on this morning’s »ge fur Barcelona City, to look at the »w boiianx i. UK CKNTKMA'IAK KKI'UKMKM tA. IIO\. [Among the features to ho Introduced it Hie grand celebration on the Fourth f July will lie a Centennial Cur,which »s been assigned a position in one of he divisions of the procession. It Mil be occupied bv thirteen voting Hits, all of whom will lie attired in (ie costumes worn one hundred years e'o. The car will be drawn by four b'ge horses, with trappings of the • me period, and each animal will be i i charge of a “Continental.” The 1 cling ladies in the car will represent I ie thirteen original Stales, and the ■ I lowing have been selected for such nrpose. *rfiris.Kmmn Vamlerloith York.tvininu tailor ■uzooburattk.Aii« Lansing ow lluiupsli iro..Col in an ■nnuetiout.Lou Travers •rrland.May Terry ichIii Island.Cuiiilllo l loynlami siaware...... Carr e Aiello orth Carolina..doggie Brown cub Carolina.Molly Montgomery e» Jersey.Anna Buchanan umsy|yania...„.l,ou Beardsley ,urm«.Lizzie Mathews roit Sale or Lease.—By reference an advertisement under the head of Sew To day,” it will be seen that tlie !ko Hotel, South Main street, is for le or lease oil lavoratilrt terms. The daliiishment is complete in every de triment and is doing a good husi ^ss. I1 or lull particulars apply on e premises It is a rare chance to avesi m a paying business. Prospective Mininm Sales._\v(! iave heard of several prospective sales if mining ground in this district by •Mdent owners to Kaslern aud foreign ipttalisfs. * A nrUGKHTIOM THAT SIIOl'1,1) Hi: IIKKHI l». There is si suggestion contained in a resolution which passed Congress,and lias lifen sent forth to the country in a proclamation by the President of the United Slates, that is as applicable to Eureka as to any oilier town. It is that each town or county, on the Cen tennial Fourth have delivered and published an historical sketch of the place, to lie preserved in the Congress ional Library. There are several gen tlemen here who are familiar with the entire history of Eureka, and it is to lie Imped i bat some one of them will feel interest enough in the matter to carry into effect lids centennial sug gestion. We name Judge HelZui, who is an old-timer, for the work. Fol lowing is tiie President’s proclama tion: W hkhkas, A joint resolution of tlie I loose of Representatives of the Uni. ed .states was duly approved on the 1:5th day of March last, winch resolution reads as follows: Lie it Iteaolnetl, ily the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that, ii lie and is hereby recommended ovilieSeuateand liou-e of Represen alives, to ilio paople nl i lie several Stales, itiai they assemble in iheir several counties or towns mi Hie approaching centennial anniver sary of our National 1 mlependenee, and I list they cause '<» have delivered on such day an historical sketch of said county or town from its formation, und that a copy of said sketch m ly lie tiled in prim or in manuscript in (lie Clerk’s olliee of said county, and an additional copy, print or manuscript, be tileit in the olliee of the Lihraiian of Congress, to tlie intent that a com plete record mat tline be obtained of the progress of our institutions during l lie first centennial <if their existence; slid 'A iiKKKAS, It is ucomeil proper Hint such recoinmcnilmiim lie brought. to Hie no Ice Mild knowledge of the peo ple of iho f niteil Sinics. now. (here lore. I, Ulyss.-s s. Grant, President of the United :spites, do hereby declare and make known the same, tn the hope that the object of site.i resolution may meet tile approval of I lie people ot the United Sia'cs, and tha' pioper steps may lie taken to carry Hie same into client. Given under mv hand, at the city of Washington, on Hie loth day ol Atav, in Hie year ol our laird, 1S7<>. and ol the independence of Hio United Status (lie ono hundredth. U. S. Giiaxr. i!y t lie President. ii AMti.Tox Uisit, S'uc’y of Slate. ♦ Mani;yfno VVuiiour a Licunsk.— The iiioiiototiy of everv-day life at Palisade lias been broken ami its citi zens have hnl t sensation. A day or so Hiice, Jeorge Koyal, the master of construction of the Eureka and Pali sside IUilroad, performed the marriage ceremony for a couple, he claiming a right so to do by virtue of his being a minister nf tin* M. E. Church. .Shortly afer the marriage a complaint was made against him by a m tn nntned WiNmi, charging I hat Koyal had not complied with the law, which directs "that any ordained minister ol any re ligious MM-itti \ or congregation, before solemnizing a marriage, hum first procure a license from ihe District < ’ntirt to perform such ceremonies.** Mi. Ho \ a I was ui tested by DcpU’y Sheriff Kanlmts and brought before .lusiice i’lPivu bn- irid. The alleged informality was found to he true, and he was fined one dollar and costs, amounting in all to about $ 14. Mr. Koval, hi performing the ceremony, acted in good t ilth, no one disputing his being an ordained minister; but it was his ignorance of the existence of j such a requirement, that led to Ills vio- , iaiion of the law. A 11 a Kf > < 'ask. - ! lick Osborne, one of the inmate* of ilie County Jail, i> now lying dangerously III, caused l>v the humble condition that institution is in. lie i> serv mg out a sentence ol •Jot) days, and unless im soon sutlers a cliHiigt* lor t tie better he w ill never live j to serve the time out. Slier ill" tail more is anxious to have the man removed lo the futility Hospital, where he ran he better treated, he offering to be re»pon ! sible for the safety of the hi hi while 1 there, but his oiler has been rejected and the prison r is not allowed to he reuiuved from the jail. The unfortiin- j ate niHii is growing weaker each day, and is iiuahlH to partake of scarcely anv nourishment, and his condition is indeed a piului one. .PosTPONKl>.—The Tilden and Hen dricks raiideation meeting, which was announced for lo morrow evening, has been postponed until some time alter the Kounil. The members of the paitv here have exercised good ia>Lom t ills refraining from holding a political ineetitig on the ev e of the celebration ol the centennial anniversary ol our country’a independence. ♦ — Hulks and Hkuulations.—'The wa ter rates, rules and regulations govern ing llie Ktireka Water Works, have l» on completed in pampldet form and will be distributed among the oil z-ns next week. Hams ham been esiab lislied lor the use of water in all ways anil the rules adopted are lo lie riaidly enforced by the superintendent ot llie works. In Town. — Dan. M nrptiy, tlie stoek man, was in town yesterday. He ia on a tour lliromth t lie‘State looking after his herds wltieii roam on a thou sand hills anil most of llie valleys of the great Hast, lie is accompanied by Ids w ife. They leave this morning lor Spring valley. Skttlk Ur.—O. Dtmkel «f' Co., in a special notice, notify all who are in defiled to their, to call around and set tle their aoooontx liy cash, note or oth erwise, previous to the 8 h proximo, as they want to close up the accouuts ol the last six months by that time. ASPIUNKLE.—A few drops of rain fell last evening about sundown, enough to aggravate every one who -sutlers from ttie present warm weather. Found.—A brass door 'key, which the owner can have by calling at this ofliee. I j KI'H Itl, KXCIKMON TRAIN. Iii order to give the citizens of l’ali sade, lieowawee and oilier places an opportunity to visit Eureka and w it ness the finest celebration to take place in the Stale, tlie Eureka and Palisade Railroad Company announce that they will run a special train from Palisade on the Fourth of July. The train will leave Palisade at 4 o'clock in the mot n ing and arrive at Eureka in ample little for viewing the giaud procession. The fare for the round l rip will Tie only live dollars, with a liberal deduction | If way passengers, and every patriotic I citizen of this county, of liiko, Carlin i and other places on the line of the | road have an opportunity of joining m the great centennial anniversary. Como one, come all. Tut-: Rescue Ball.—Our grand cen tennial celebration on Tuesday next wilt ho brought to a close by the ball of the Rescue Hose Company, which promises to be as tine a social gather ing as has taken place in Eureka lor some time. Every one should pur chase a ticket, tliat can afford to, lor the sake of helping the fire boys on, and tlie small amount thus contribut ed will tie returned a hundred-fold to every property holder in the event of a tire breaking ouj. The company is t borough I \ organized, has its carriage in good order, and will) the combined efforts of the other companies, will make short work of a lire. The Com mittee of Arrangements will have everything carefully attended to. It has secured the liest of music, and now only a-ksthe) ublic patronage to make its ball a success. Ward District.— llarvey T re gas k is gi' es the following account of this dis trict to the I’ioche Record. Ward is situated about, 100 miles from Pioche, about 20 miles south of Robinson dis trict, on the west side of the Sleptoe range, and is itiree miles from the I’o ano road. It has a population of 4n<). ot w hich 20U are at work on the mines, h is three stores, restaurants, lodging lion-e-, etc. The 1’ayinaster is the principal mine, on which they are down 100 i oct. ami have a 12 foot iedge. Ten tons of the oie having been ship ped to siau Francisco paid $0,1100 over expenses. There is a smelling fur nace lining built, which will be com pleted by the lirst of August. The camp presents every appearance of a thriving place. fti,ssATIsfikD. —The assertion that the Democracy of Eureka county are, without exception, satisfied with the >t. I.ciiis nominal ions is not true. Yes. terdav, in the Corner saloon, one of the Unterrilied from McOeary excitedly remarked. “That il the Democrats couldn't linda hotter man for President Llcan Theodore Tilton, lie, for one, would have nothing further to do with t ie party.” -- Risen aru^d from Custody.—Len Oey, the Chinese woman, arrested on a charge of bigamy on Mon lay morn mg last, was vi sterday set at liberty, ilie case tieing dismissed on motion ol tile acting District Attorney, Ilia two Chinaman arrested ai the same time lor allemp'iug to kidnap the same damsel, w ill have a trial to-day. Attention , I looks! — M embers of the Eureka Hook and Ladder Company are noli fid that a meeting of Ihe coin pa ii v will he held I his evening. Every imunlier is expected to be present. :is business of importance will be trails acted. Ill:vo and Eureka are blessed with ditches in which children are contin ually falling. Those ditches appear to havc been construcicd in Ihe special in'erest of the undertaker and re porters.—1'iochc. Record. Out for 1‘uAfTicK.— The Knicker bockers were out lust night with their hose carriage lor practice. They threw a si re,im from a •• scanering ” nozzle within ten In-t ol tlie lop of ihe liberty pole, which is 121) fed in height. (lovi: East.—John Eilyson left on yesterday morning's train for the Fast, lie will be gone a couple of months. Rkstautkd.—'The Atlas furnace yyns restarted last night. SPECIAL NOTICES. Skttm- IT*.—All who arc indebted to us tire notified to settle their accounts between this da'e and the Nth o» .1 uly. fho«e who cannot pay are re«j<tt>«tod, nevertheless, to call and set11 n by note, or by otherwise artanging rh-ir accounts. W'o have no desire to p i>h any one, but we desire to close our books upon the lu.-t six months* sale**, hence thi* no tice. 0. DUNKr.L A 0<». Eureka, June 2k 1871. joO-td Chkrrikp. raised in tho foothills of Cali fornia, fresh and delicious, in lots wholesale nml retail, at tho Cold' n Rulo Store, Main street. Eureka, two doors north of Justice Realty's Court-room. jeJO-tf PosTOFFin-: Notk k.— Next Sunday tho Post* office will be removed to tho building first j above and adjoining its present location. On ! the dav of removal the olfi « will only remain open tor one hour, limn 8 to 11 a. u. joJ8-td C. M. WILSON, Postmaster. o-- - Carson Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 121. A sp ciai meeting is culled on J uly 2d, 1878, at 7 o’clocii p. m. liy older of J. Tl NOLEV, \V. M. 11. D. L. Duukks, Soc.rotary. je2o-tf Noth k, A O. 11.—There will be a special mooting of the Division next Saturday even ing. Al.l members in good standing are re quested to attend, liy order of the Presi dent. Ik F. STL A IN, S*5c*y. je2>i-tf ^ 110(118. apl9 At thkGOLDEN UELE STORE—Flags in abundance, Centennial badges in good vari ety, Fireworks, and a general assortment oi goods lor the Fourth. • je27-tf Iuk crkam freezer and outfit for sale at tho Golden Itu e. Call and secure a bargain. jo-7-tf Special.—An entire now stock just received at the (’olden ltulo, embracing tbo latest stylos in calico. Ch viot and woolen shirts, Hummer underclothing. oto.f which will be sold ClL CAF F(ju CASH. jc*7-tf MOMS'*. H|»19 Skkd.—Garden Seed, flower and vegetable, alfalfa, etc., at Mrs. M. A. Asbim. mr2d-tf Jon, of tbc Holden Ilulo Store, has addod ti his ordinary stock of goods a line of good ant substantial hoots and shoos; also hats ant caps. Call and be assured thut he sell! CllEAR Full CASH. je27-tf HOCH'S. apl9 New (loons.—Tito largest stock of Swiss mulle, Victoria lawn, Bishop’s lawn and •lacknettc, just arrived at O. Dunkel A Co’s, from New Vork. Our entire stock of cloth ing is for sale. -———^ (Jet your Cigars, Tobacco, Cutlery, Station ery and Notions at tlio Holden Rule. j o2:i-1 f Attentiox, Wohkinuukn ! — Board, per week, 97; three nn-al tickets for 91. Every thing in the market yon will find on the table at KKMF’.S, opposito tho Richmond furnace. my'J-tf Roosts to Bet. —Wo have fitted up tho old Criterion Hall, over our store, into suites of rooms, which wo will rent unfurnished for offices or sleeping rooms. 1 his is the most desirablelocauon in town, and parties desir ing loront will do well to make immediate application to U. DUNKEL A CO. jc21-tf H'MII’ft. ap!9 Mocha coffee, tongues and sounds, smoked halibut, and centennial crackors. The above •a a t'rosh invoice at Mrs. Ashim’s wy2-tf To prkvknt conflagration and save money, go to Clark’s and buy Downer’s oil. jel5tf If you want pure, fresh milk at oO cents per gallon, and fresh buttermilk at 87% cents per gallon, call on Mr. Rice who drives the new uiiIk wagon. ic8-lm What shall we do to bo saved? Go to Geo. L. Ott to got your horses shod for S3; all other work for one-third loss than the usu il price. Work first-class and one price. See advertisement in this paper. myl7-tf Fink Ciq\rs.—We have just received direct from Eastern importers a choice lot of gen uine Havana cigars, which we will keep con stantly on hand for our patrons at the Darker 11 oust# bar. jelMin HINCKLEY A LOCKWOOD. Watchks and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your watches and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Steler’s jewelry store, one door south of S. Asbiai A Co., Main street. 22-aplOtf Furnishrd Rooms to Lkt.—A suite of two rooms, handsomely furnished, in a private bo irding-house. Apply at MRS. BEEN fe’S, on Spring street. je24-tf GENERAL NOTICE. DON'T FORGET TO READ ! Hmaxheim, THE OLD Dli.OKER, • previous to his departure for Tybo, Nye county. Nevada, will dispose of a gen eral slock of merchandise, especially U X II E I» E K H K II I* Ij E l> GEN, Which he will sell at public auction on FRIDAY, JUNE 80TII, MS70, Betw »m the hours of 5 o’clock and 10 o’clock F. m. without reserve, for cash only, to the ' highest bidder: Diamonds, Silver and Gold Watches,Trunks, Gamblers’ Tools, Pistols, Blankets, and a lot of stuff too numerous to mention. Private sales at reduced prices from to-day. Will continue until the .‘10th to sell at auction prices. P. S. -All parties who are indebted to me, either by book account or notes, are notified to call and square up before the 1st of July, 1 ^7-i. else every account will bo lmnded over tor coll ction to my attorneys. Hillhouse & Dave" port. II. MAN HEIM. _io2 l-td_ SP3.AJVJDO A BAIiLXCH. CHOP. STAND, Corner of Clark and .Main Street*. I am that, noble, warlike bird That onco destroyed old George the Third; F iibold »ned by his royal crest. The tyrant strove to rob my nest. But I pulled down his rotten throne And built a Kingdom of uiy own; Cornwallis had to yield. And George left rue the bloody field. With Washington I bore my scars, To r.senna sh.no among the stars; Their glory uli around m.v nest— Let honest .^prundo tell the rest. I nave luscious dishes, silver spoons. And Centennial soup in this grand saloon. Fach Luxury that man could wish. From Turtle Soup to Friday’s Fish. _jo'-T-tf____ D. MAN HEIM, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT BARON’S BRICK UUILOINQ, MAIN STREET, Eureka, Nevada. ___inlltf_ NEW CLOTHING STORE. Gents Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Fresh, Fashionablo and Cheap. TEST OPENEET), SOUTH OF PAXTON ti A (JO’S BANK. The cheapest goods in (own FOE MONEY SAM. GOLDSTONE, jelStf Proprietor. STATE AND COUNTY TAXES. t I.L I’KOPKKTY, HEAL AND PEK sonal, »s now a-scssabla for Stato and county purposes. Property holders will con fer a (aver by calling at tiro Assessor’s office and giving in their statements, myitf J. C. POW ELL, County Assessor. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. 1776. 1876. centennial ANNIVERSARY! JULY FOURTH! CELEBRATION! OFFICERS OF THE DAY. President of the Day, W. II. DAVENPORT. Marshal, L. W. CROMER. Aids, R. L CHASE. A. E, TITUS. D. MANHEIM. L. MOLINELLT. HEN. MARSHALL .I.J. KERMEKN. W. II. CLARK J. McMARTIN. Orator, C. J. LANSING. Reader, YVM. DOOLAN. Poet, T. L. HAM. Chaplain. REV. C. II. MARSHALL. THE PROCESSION Will form at 0 o'clock a. m. in tho following order: First Division: 1!. L. CHASE.Commanding. On the West side of Main street, with its right rosling in front of the Turner 11 ouso. Marshal and Aids, Band. Eureka National Guard, Captain C. G. Hub hard, Commanding; Eureka Guard, Cap tain L. K. Kelley,commanding; Presi dent ot the Day, Orator, l'oet. Header, and Chaplain in car riages; The Committee of Arrangements and Civic Authorities, in car riages; Veteran* of the Mexican War, Soldiers of tho late War, School Teachers and Children, Car of State, Second Division: DAVE MAN1IEIM.Commanding. On tho east sideof Main street, with its loft resting on Bateman street. 1. 0. cf C. F., Ancient Order of Hibernians, Sir Knights Uni versal Brotherhood,Cham pions of the Hod Cross, Good Templars,and other societies: Typographical Union, Eureka Hook and J,adder Company, Rescue Hose Company, Knickerbocker Hose Company. Third Division: BEN. MARSHAL!.Commanding. On the west side of M ain street, with right resting on Clark street. Miners’ Union; Citizens of Ruby Hill, Fur nace Men, Centennial Car, Coal Burners and Wood Cutters. Fourth Division: A. E. TITUS..Commanding. East side of Main street, with its left, resting on Clark stieet; Knights of Pythias tin horseback, Citizen* of Palisade, Pinto, Vanderbilt, Alpha, Beowawo and Cor toz; Citizens of Eureka, Blacksmiths, Butchers and 1/raymen in Wagons. Fifth' Division: L. MOLIXELI.I.Commanding. Citizens Mounted, Quartz Teams, Coal Teams, Shoshone Indians. Line of March. The procession will move at 10'4 o'clock a. m., sharp, and march through the principal streets. Parties in charge of steam whistles and hells aro rouuestcd to sound thorn at tha time of the firing of salutes. A FEDERAL SALUTE WILL BE FIRED AT SUNRISE AND SUNSET. AT THE GRAND STAND. Music by tho band. Singing by the children. Introductory bv tho President ot' the Day. Music. Prayer by tho Chaplain. Singing by the children. Mending ot' the Declaration of Independence, Music. Singing by the chil dren. Poem. Singing by the cnildreu. Ora tion. Singing by tho children. Benediction. All the citizens of Eureka and adjoining counties arc cordially invited to participate in the observance ot the day. L. W. CROM Kit, Grand Marshal. je24-td DRY GOODS. CLOTH I mi. <te. GREAT BARGAINS — AT TUE J. COHN & BRO„ Proprietors, * CLOTHING! OliOTHZZTO i CLOTHING f FOR THE MILLION Y After tkk days’steady DSpacE ing, we are now ready tp meet oar customers, and offer to the public the moef complete and extensive stock of SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING That ha* ever been brought to this part of the country, at prices to low as to astonish the closest buyer. THE 8TOCK, Consist! of new and beautiful patten* of French, English and American csssimere Suits; Diagonal Suits, of tbo latest style; Hats, Boots, and Shoes, and everything required —i* A— First-Class Clothing Store. We can especial attention to 200 Cassimere Suits, at 312 CO per suit, and 300 Bonama Suits at 917 50. as*Don’t purchase before yea examine ear mammoth stock.*** THE WHITE HOU8E! MAIN STREET, EUREKA, NBV. I. COHir A ISO., PROPRIETORS, •j2tf DRY COOD8 FOR THE MILLION ! MEYERS & FRANKLIN BEO TO INFORM THEIR I.ADT and gentlemen friend* that their im mense stock of Spring & Summer Dry Goode —AMD— CLOTH I N G lias arrived, and they invite them to inspect the beautiful foods at their establishment before purchasing elsewhere. Their stock consists in part of SUMMER SILKS In plain, plaid and stripes, of newest shades. PONGEES AND MOHAIR GOODS! Carmelite Cloth*, Baleroi, Lawna, Linen*. Etc. An endless variety in Hosiery, Embroidery Corsets, Kid Qloyes, Laces, etc. Paranoia Isa nil Colon am* Mass. Ladies’. Misses’ and Children’s Trimmed Hats of the very latest styles from the most fashionable milliners. LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S BUTTONED AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERY BEST MAKERS. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is complete, and should be inspected, a* it consists of every article appertaining to a Flist-Clasa CUthinf BbtattiafcaMaft! Our motto is to «|ve the beat flaada for tba leaat Moaajr. As one of the firm is residing hi Ban Fran cisco, all ordors will be punctually attendoa f METERS * VRANXLIN I ep23