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;.„DAY .-jrat: 1M,: is the authorlred 8nb 9as*h*l. t'for tbe skntinei. on Ruby Hill .criptionAKAitIO •nd vicini y. ^ tM .ntborlied Snbicrip E. J- P , for the Sentinel In Eureka, lion Agent Wiu rlIlTl»AI IA MAIM._ WILT, ARRIVE. WILL OLOABj_ --Z ts II 2 B B « 2 J 5 * Xr , co Z, < H rt 0 9 0 " » o § =2 ! f i 3 i I f ! r f f j j : !_; _j_J_ -’’Tm. f.m. | K j ... 9 30 ® o* Wrd’d.yi »•$ 9 « Frid.y*- 8 :10 z Tnesdsys 4.30 . Wed’days . 12 Th’rsdsys 4.30 . Friday*. 12 Saturdays 4.30 . Sundays. 12 ^fgUTKKIt.W’M NUKK BALKS. MOBNINO BOARD. 810 nalo A Norcrosa—420o 44 420o 150 Savage—44 440o 97ri OholUr—6sa 350 Qonld A Carry—340c 335c 330o 34 350 Best A Belcber-64, 64 64 250 Con. California—194 194 150 Union—320c 315o ikq k Nevada—390c 500 Mexioan-—430c 4li 420c 4150 405c 650 Ophir—7 4 7 4 74 7 « 7 4 300 Potosi—64 7 64 7 150 Crown Point—64 200 Alta—180o 14 200 Lady Washington- 65o 300 Justice—130o 250 Bullion—185o Julia—50b 55a 800 Utah—14 155c 160c 155o Belober—5a 400 Scorpion—70c 65o 200 Nevada Qaeen—4 4 420c 100 8. Hill—40c 100 Peerless—75o 100 Syndicate—25o 100 Overman—160o 300 Exchequer—14 130o 200 Crooker—90o K, A p7fAHNENOEU THAVKI . ARRIVALS TESTERDAI AFrEBNOON. G Cavanaugh F B Levy W S Spraul B Langtry W J Tonkin IlttretA AUBIVAL4. Jackson House — W. Meades, Duok water; W. B. Sproul, San Franoisoo; Mrs. E. Brown, Currant Creek; B. Lantern, St. Louis, Mo._ Ill’BY III 1,1. JOIN. The Baby Hill public school closed for the term on Friday last. The M. E. Sunday school will meet at 2:15 to-day. A iull attendance is expected. D. J. J. McLaughlin, tho Ruby Hill Nasby," h&s been troubled with a bad cold, but is recovering. Rev. J. R. Hammond is well liked on Ruby Hill, and his parishioners hope that ho will stay with them for a lengthy pe riod. There are three saloons on Rnbv Hill— William Iiryant'a, Riohard Hoskins’ and Sot Tipple's—all getting rich, or expect iug to. Rev. Joseph R. Hammond will preach at the M. E. Church at Ruby Hill this morning at 11 o'clock and this evening at 7:30 o’olcck. The Sunday school of the M, E. Chnrch will hold a pionio on the Fourth of Jnly, but where it will take place hag not yet been decided on. The Ruby Hill children are anticipating a good time for the Fourth of July pic nio. There will be an abundance of ice cream and other good things to please the yonog folks. Charley Damon’s mine, the Needle, situated on the northern part of Prospect Mountain, near Ruby Hill, is producing very rich ore, and wo hope that it will In crease until the old gentleman gets just what he deserves—a large fortue. Phillip Bluett has quit biaoksmithing and is now “trying "the temper ” of the Ruby Hill people ou groceries and other truck. He is now " Mr. Bluett the mer chant,” and is as aotive as a kitten when a cash customer calls around. Miss Rachel Frank, who hag been teach ing school at Ruby Hill for six consecutive years, will leave on Wednesday next to spend the midsummer vacation with her mother io California, The yonng lady baB won the friendship and respect of her pupils and tho peoplo of Ruby Hill, all of whom hope that she will come back to re sume her duties as school teacher as soon as the vacation is ended. IleavlMt Fleece ou Kecord. Kansas come* to the front with the heaviest Merino fleece on reoord. The sheep producing it is Baby Lord, and the owners are Reynolds * David. Sumner a*}!1”,*’ “'“fleece (his second) weighed y- wo pounds, and was olpped by an ex ThaKanla? el to C0“Ple,e fbe job. rhe Kansas City Indicator says that Baby ISSfi1 Ih!n'hr'fla 00 tha flrB* day of May. .i?h ? h flt^°a Wei«he<l 3714 pounds. His sire at one time sheared over 33ts pounds, which weighed 13if pounds of pure wool ready for the spindle This is three and one-eight pounds heavier than any cleansed fleeces of which we hate ant record. The heaviest fleeces ,, before this were those of Damon of Michigan, and Bob Lusk, of Texas D’aaoh of whioh weighed forty four pounds ' h School Board Meeting At a meeting of the Eureka Board 0f School Trustees, held last Friday evening the following corps of teaohers were elected for the September term: Prlnci »r'JiPAFay: Assistant Principal Miss T ? ;.?,be:: 0rani™ Department. M “ J- N. Hill; First Primary, Misa En,^ PhiC8diwred°P •Primary’ Ml«" Effie atii.. ,T2?rd Pnmiry- Miss Mamie Staler, and Fourth Primary, Mrs w™! Appointed Superintendent. . . rownshond, late proprietor of the Eastern Nevada.tage line, left last night y private conveyance for Palisade to s:r;,r “• Hewill r.tnro In , ““d™ T”1"?' "ill take full charge of theOn'm^o LOCAL ANI) 'Mill'll JOTN. Mcrwpa from the Hole-hook ol the Sentinel’* Keoorler. Good weather for ioe cream. Don’t forget the pionio to-day. Reno ie now talking of a street railroad. The porcupine never sticks his quills in himself. The spotted fever is raging in Hum boldt county. Bishop Whitaker is expected to arrive in Reno to-morrow. W. J. Tonkin arrived from the west on yesterday’s tram. The girl who marries for money often gets a fool thrown in. In Virginia City, June 14, to the wife of Alf. Chartz, a daughter. The best and shortest way to abolish poverty is to go to work. The pionio to-day at the Hamburg Ranoh is going to be a banger. Let us have a good timo whilo we live, for we will be a long time dead. When the yachts in the jubilee race were last seen the Genesta was ahead. The man who is always in a hurry loaves a great many things behind him. John Lambert received a nice lot of berries and green stuff yesterday by train. R. R. Monro, the Government Post office Inspector, has gone over to White Pino. Charley Wallace and G. A. Fletcher left for Austin by private conveyance yester day. Distriot Attorney R. M. Beatty has goue to Page’s ranch for a few days’ reore ation. The boy who gets in the habit of saying his prayers in bed soon forgets them alto gether. Carson Index: A rattling good news paper will be started in Reno within a month. The uBual religious services will beheld in the Catholic and Episcopal Churches to-day. Fruit is coming to thiB market in abuudance, and green stuff is getting plentiful. Rev. Father Ruddy will leave to-morrow for a visit to Newark, Ruby and Bur roundiog valleys. Indications point out that the Fall will be the busiest season of this year for our merchants in Eureka. There are 8,000,000 silver dollars more than the vaults of the Treasury at Wash ington will hold. It is strange that the potters cannot get into the baseball business. They can make such good pitchers. Hon. A. O. Cleveland, of Spring Valley, has a Holsteiu calf that weighed 100 pounds when two hours old. Governor Bartlett of California, who has been quite ill, telegraphs from High land Springs that he is improving. An Oakland sausage maker has sued an enemy for publicly stating that rats formed an essential constituent of his sausage. If you don’t feel like riding out to the picnic grounds to-day, why walk. It is just far enough away from town for exer I cise. Dr. Bergman, the well-known railroad Burgeon and pioneer, is aoon to depart tor Hanover on a visit to the land of his birth. The town looks dull, but men cannot be at work in the mines and furnaces and on the streets and in our stores at the same time. John W. Mackay left the Comstock Wednesday evening for New York, and will sail from there for Europe on the 2d of July. Nevada’s share of the $400,000 appro priated by the last Congress, providing arms and equipments for the militia, ■ will be $2,764. Louisville Courier-Journal: " Press opinion appears to be divided as to whether Mr. Blaiue will return with an eyeglass or : a shamrock.” Hon. W. E. Chandler has been elected ’ United btates Senator from New Hamp shire to fill the unexpired term of the late Senator Pike. ' The Ormsby county Agricultural 8oci ety has resolved to offer $10,000 in prizes for races, to begin October 3 and continue until the 9th. Carson hotel keepers complain that the private boarding houses of that town do a belter business than the hotels and still pay no license. The Great Republic mine, near Gol conda, at a depth of 15 feet below the sur face, shows an oro body four feet wide that assays from $80 to $100 per ton. A warrant has been issued for the ar rest of the man supposed to have mur dered Father Fouran at Anaheim, who was reported to have killed himself. The Argus Mining Company of White Pino oounty shipped last week bullion valued at $4,125 29. The Eberhardt Monitor shipped bullion valued at $1,500. If a merchant would beoome popular he must keep his name before the public; therefore he should advertise in the news paper that advocates the interests of his town and neighborhood, Carson Appeal: “ The oorpse of her 1 dead mother,” is the way a college journal i istonthe Examiner puts it. The oorpse , of her live mother has not turned up, but if it ever does it will be in the Call. On Friday last Wm. Peters, an em ploye at the Eureka Con. furnaoes, stepped into a mold of boiling lead, whioh burnt through the leather of his shoe, but for tunately merely blistered his foot. It was said on the street last night that more men were put to work in the Richmond mine during the week. Miners are becoming scarce in the camp, and it begins to look like more men will soon be wanted. The sidewalk in front of Berg’s store was almost impassable just after tbe ar rival of the train yesterday. Berries and other fruit were unloaded in suoli quanti ties, that one would think it was u met ropolitan market. Ex-Governor Beveridge of Illinois, ex Congressman Alleny, of Massaohusets, It. M. Whipple of the new management of the Manhattan Company, and A. W. Alleny, a leading railroad owner, were vis iting Austin last week. A llcportetl Ore Flint. Enterprise: It was reported on the streets last evening that the Best A Belcher folks had struck some ore far out to tbe west on their 800 level. It is said that at a distance of 570 feet west of thoir shaft, far beyond the main vein, quartz ha* been found that assays $0 a ton. This, it is thought, promises well for the west ooun try. ^ W. H. Stowell, druggist and assayer, No Main street. * THE CITIZENS’ MEKTINU. A l.iirge UnlhrrinK nuil Consider able Hnslm-ss Transacted. In response to tbe call for a oitizens’ meeting to make arrangements for the celebration of tbe Fourth of July, a large number of people met at the Courthouse last evening. Tbe Star Baud played sev eral airs in front of the building and then joined the assemblage in tbe court room. Tbe meeting was called to ordor by Max Peters. A. F. Cheney was elected Chairman, aDd George W. Green Beere lary. H. T. Hoadley was eleoted Vice President. Alex. Wilson, Esq., moved that a Fi nance Committee of live gentlemen be ap pointed by the Chairman, which was put to a vote of tlio meeting and carried unanimously. Thereupon, Mr. Cheney appointed Hiram Johnson, B. Badler, Charles Lautenschlager, P McEIroy and L. W. Davis. On motion, Hon. Thomas Wren, F. M. Heitman and John Gregovich were added to the committee. It was then moved and car ried that the Finance Committee also act as tbe Committee of Arr&Dgements. Mr. Wren, with a few appropriate remarks, recommended that the President and Beo retary be added to the committee. On motion, said gentlemen were added to the oommittee. Hon. H. K. Mitchell was then called for ward and addressed the meeting. His re marks were highly patriotic and very ap propriate. He said, among other things, that one day in tbe year should be cele brated and the people should give vent to their heart and voice in Yankee Doodles and when be finished the band promptly struck up that old and patriotio air. Mr. Wilson asked permission to hear a few words from Hon. Thomas Wren, who responded. He thought that ammunition shoald not be wasted, but let it off on tbe Fourth of July. The meeting then adjourned. The gathering was harmonious, and if our citizens respond as heartily as did those who attended the meeting we will have a glorious celebration. ConverllDK the H aters of tbe Hum boldt. Central Nevadan: All along tbejHum boldt river, this side of Beowawe, is heard a complaint from the ranchers and land owners, that a sufficient flow of water does not come down the river to irrigate the meadow lands, that has here tofore produced large crops of natural grass, and famished its ownerB with an abundance of hsy and pasturage. They allege, that tbe present scarcity of water is due to the fact that G. W. Gravsou, a large land and oattle owner at Beowawe, darned the river at that place and turned out so much of the water that a large lake 20 or 25 miles iu circumference, has been formed ou land that was heretofore dry aDd produoed nothing but sagebrush, thus sinking tbe waters of the river into the porus ground of the valley, many miles above its natural terminuB. If the statement be trne, the ranchers and land owners this side of Beowawe have just cause for complaint, aud it is high time that some steps were taken to remedy such an evil. The matter should be con sidered and discussed among the parttes interested at once. Took Exceptions. Charley S. King, of “ Morning Rustler ” and other fame, but now Justioe of the Peaoe, editor and everything else in Frisco, Southern Utah, has had a funny experi ence according to the following special telegram to the Salt Lake Tribune: Fbisco, Utah, June 15.—During the trial of the civil suit of C. J. Pettel vs. Jerry Snell, P. Lochrie appearing for plaintiff and Jim Hedges for the defend ant, Hedges took exception to the rnling of the Court, and attempted to enforce bis objection by leveling a six-shooter un der the nose of Judge C. 8. King, presid ing. The courtroom was cleared instantly without order. Tbe Judge and Harrison, a juryman, were tbe only ones who kepi their seats throughout. A. J. Moore was sworn in to assist Constable Lammersdorf to arrest Hedges, but Hedges backed out of the oourtroom. barricaded himself in his cabin and defied the officers to arrest him. He afterwards escaped to tbe mount ains. The case was given to the jury and a verdict rendered for defendant. Conhlii't Ucacli the Jerk-T.lnc. Walker Lake Bulletin: Dan McOilvery is an old teamster, familiar with all per taining to straps, trail wagons and stub born mules. Ho recently went to work in the Mount Cory as one of the station tenders. A few days ago while tanking water he concluded to go to tbe bottom and put tbe sump board in place. Getting into the tank, lantern in hand, he de scended, but arriving at the bottom level neglected giving a stop-bell. The cage went down into the water, tbe tank began to fill, and he found himself floating around. This seemed to remind him that it was time to stop, and he began to shout: “Whoa Lize! Wboal Whoa!” The cage did not understand mule-language and Dan was taken to top after the tank tilled up. He said ho couldn’t reach the jerk line or ho would have stopped the team before he got up to his neck. Printer* In Nan Frnuclsco. Virginia Report: Type stiokers in San Francisco since the big newspaper war was inaugurated down there have just been rolling in wealth. Before the war grass was very Bhort with them and a printer could be picked out on Barbery Coast from many by the poorer condition of his gar ments, but now they are picked out in the big parks and theaters by the larger size of their diniond pins and plug hats. The En terprise foreman of this city had occasion recently to send below for a printer, to take the place of the one who beat the Lousiana Lottery out of $1,000. He re ceived a reply from a printer, the only one who was willing to come at all, to the effect that if he would be allowed to work only two or three days per week, as he chose, seeing as he thought he might en joy a change of olimate for a few weeks, he would not miud accepting the position offered him. The foreman telegraphed back that he needed a printer and not a tourist. ___ An Absolute Cure. The Original Abietine Ointment is only put up in large two-ounce tin boxes, and is an absolute cure for old sores, burns, wounds, chapped hands, and all skin erup tions. Will positively cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the Original Abietine Oiut meut. Sold bv John H. Capron, druggist, Main street, Eureka, Nevada, at 26 cents per box; by mail, 30 oents. 1 • Tbe “ Horn- Tirol ” Mnn. The fellow who wm born very tired grew more and more weary ae he went through the hape and miabape of ohild hood, the adolescence of youth and the oarly period of manhood. At middle age ho was the tiredeet man then living. At 50 he was so utterly worn out with tbe simple prooess of existing that it ooourred to him to calculate how many breaths be must draw if he went on living for 20 years more, and being a man in fair preser vation, there was a good prospect of his reaching tbe alloted three score and ten years of average mankind. Well, this tired citizen figured it out on the basin of 18 breaths a minute, 1,080 to the hour, 25,920 to the day,9,465,280 a year, and 189,342,800 for 20' years. The fig ures appalled him. ho died in disgust and discouragement at the tremendous taBk of doing such an enormous amount of breathing.—Cantanooga Times. Queen Victoria's Jublee Proaranie. London, Jane 17.—Tbe Queen is in excellent health. Her programe for tbe Jublee week ie as follows. Monday—Court removes to London; dinner party in the evening. Tuesday—Thanksgiving services; recept ion at Buckingham Palace. Wednesday—Reception of congratula tions at the palace; tbe Qeen visits the chil dren’s feast in Hydo Park; oonrt removed to Windsor, where the Queen will receive addresses and unveil her statue on Castle Windsor. Thursday—Reception of further congra tulations; review of 200 volunteer fire brig ades in Winsor Park; visite tothe feast of 7,000 children on North Terace Castle; dinner party. Friday—Probable investiture of Or ders. Arrested tor Fljlug the American Flag. Enterprise: In San Francisoo last Sat urday R. B. Mitchell, formerly District Attorney in this county, was arrested and taken to jail for unfurling tbe " Stars and Strips ” opposite the headquarters of the Fourtb|of July Committee, he being Chair man of said committee. It seems he bad first asked permission of tbe Board of Supervisor to unfurl the flag on the oc casion, and being refused determined to fly it on his own responsibility. In order to get out of jail he bad to give ball for his appearance to answer. It is probable that good will come out of the matter, and some red tape will be cut. Declares the Parrot was Wrong. A short time ago a middle-aged gentle man in Dublin presented an intelligent parrot to a Miss Angelina, whom he meant to marry. He is now being sued for breach of promise on account of the same bird. He knocked at his fianoee’s door and the parrot said " Como in.” He went in, discovered a strange young man sit ting on the sofa with the young lady, and then tbe parrot imitated a long string of kisses and laughed fiendishly. Thematoh was declared off, and the yonDg lady brings suit. She declares that the parrot was wrong. _ A “ Magnanimous” Horse. An Inyo county paper tells this Btory: A number o( horses are kept together at Independence. A few days ago a load of alfalfa hay was brought and put in the yard near the stable. One horse was loose in the yard, two others being tied up in the stable, the door being left open. After eating a few bites of the alfalfa, of which ho Is very fond, the loose horse ap peared to remember that his companions were debarred from the enjoyment of the feast. Re took large mouthfuls of the alfalfa, carried it into the stable and placed it before the other horses. Bishop Mauogue as a Miner. The Sacamento Dee says: Bishop Ma nogue is perfectly familiar with all the terms and idioms of the old-time gold miners, and is familiar with the mining regions of Plumas. Placer and Nevada counties. Bishop Manogne was not only familiar with these mining regions, but also familiar with the art of getting the gold out of them. Those who were ac quainted with him in his mining days say he was a first-class miner, and could handle a bigger boulder than any of them. Dental Notice. I expect to leave Eureka in two or three weekB for an extended Summer trip in the neighboring towns, and will be pleased to have those knowing themselves indebted to me to make payment either to me or E. J. Butler. Cybcs Hamilton. * Notice. All parties knowing themselver to be in debted to Alf Harris will please call and sottle, and avoid further expense. * M. Kaksky, Receiver. Eggs Till Ton Can't Best. B. Borg has just received a large quan tity of fresh Utah eggs, which he is sell ing at bodrock prices. * We Will Try It ONCE MORE! OWING TO THE INCLEMENCY OF THE weather last Sunday, and by request of the people of Eureka, the members of the EUREKA STAR BAND Have concluded to give ANOTHER PICNIC At their Grounds, opposite the County Hospital, .ON. SUNDAY, JUNE 19. 1887. All the Games and Races postponed last Sun day will take place on tills occasion. The Grounds will be refitted in good order, and nothing will be left undone to make this day an enjoyable one. By order of the COMMITTEE OF ABKANGEMENT8. jl5-td FORJENT. " milE BRICK BUIl.DINO FORMERLY OC copied by the Knight Brothers, is for rent. For particulars, apply to f Eureka, April 1,1887. New Advertisement For June, 1887 .OF. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS ! Carpets, Oilcloth, Wall Paper, Millinery, Cents’ Furnishing Goods,etc., The Greatest Bargains ever offered in Dry Goods and Fancy Goods are displayed during this month. Our Goods are all marked in plain figures. New and Stylet, Goods received by every train. Beautiful Suitings in Bummer shades. Elegant Combinations of Bilks, Velvets and Woolen Ooods, Newest designed Summer Bilks, ete. OUR WARM WEATHER DEPARTMENT. Real India Mulls and Linens, Oragandies, Sateens, Perrsles, etc.. Nainsooks, P, K.’s, Grenadines, Lace Buntings, Ginghams, Cable Cords, Bcotch Zephyrs and Tollsdu Nord. Ladles' and Ohildren’se Veats. -O PARSOLS!_PARASOLS ! New Gloves, New Mitts, Now Laces, New Flounclngs, New Collars, New Embroideries, New But tons, New Ribbons. Ladles’ Muslin Underwear, Corsets, Jerseys, etc. A fine assortment always on hand. Ladle.’ Jackets »nd Wraps-the latest—Millinery cheap. New Carpets, New Wall Paper Just received. Gentlemen will do well to look at onr stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods before purchasing elsewhere. We extend an Invitation to all to cull and see for themselves. Very Respectfully, j«_ MORRIS & .LEVY. DR. J. J. LEEK, DENTIST. Office — sentinel building, up stairs. I will go to Elko, Tuscarora, Austin and the smaller towns about May 2. I will return to Enreka about July 1. Those desiring my ser vices should come to see me before 1) go on my trip, or wait until I return Eureka, April 8, 1887. »9-tf SMALLPOX MARKS CAN BE REMOVED! LEON cfc OO London, pebfumebs to h. m. the Queen, have Invented and patented the world-renowned OBLITERATOR ! Which removes Smallpox Marks of however loDg standing. The application is aimple and harmless, causes no inconvenience and con tains nothing injurious. Price, $2 60. Superfluous Hair ! Leon & Co.’s “Depilatory” Bemoves Superfluous Hair in a few minutes without pain or unpleasant sensation, never to grow again. Simple and harmless. Full directions sent by mall. Price $1. GEORGE W. SHAW, General Apt. 219 Tremont street, Boston. Mass s4-tj CLAYTON'S FOB Sure and Speedy Cure lor Onto, gores, Eruptions, Bruises, Insect Bites, Burns, Scalds, Ctillblntue, Frost Bites, Ohapped Bsnds, gore Lips, etc. It also cures Cows* Sore Tests, all Sores on Horsss, Saddle and Collar Galls, Sores, etc., on animals. It possesses Wonderful Healing proper ties. Price per box. 25 cents, postpaid. Address the sole proprietor and manufacturer, WALTER S. CLAYTON, Buby Valley, Elko County,Nevada. jlT-Sn Dissolution Notice. The oopabtnkrship heretofore existing between J. L. Smith and R. J Doak, doing business under the firm name of Smith fc Doak, is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. All jwrties indebted to the shove firm are requested to call and settle immediately. J. L. SMITH, R, J. DOAK. Eureka, Nevada, Juno 1, 1887. j!l-lm For rent. The BARLEY MILL. FORMERLY occu pied by H. Reinhart, on North Main street. Eureka, is for rent. Grain ground as heretofore. For further particulars, apply to GEO. F. BLISS. Eureka, May 28,18S7. m2»-lm PBOFEBBIONAL OAKDB. C. HAMILTON, D. D. 8., Dentist, rooms, in Clark's new brick building, corner of Monroe and dark streets. Entrance on Clark atreet. DR. 0. H. THOM A. PHYSICIAN AND HV7ROEON—OF FICE and residence In Bintiubi. Build ing. dltf DR. J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN ANI> SURUEON EC reka, Nevada. Office and realdence In the Byland Building, on Bateman street, op posite the Jackson Bouse. dltf BENJAMIN SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NO tary Public. Office: four doors north of Eureka County Bank, Main atreet, Eureka, dl QKO. W. BaXXB. *. b. WINKS. BARER & WINES, Attorneys at law. office in the Opera Bouse, Eureka, Nevada. F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office— At the Assessor's office. In the Courthouse BOOIBTIBB. ST. JOHN’S CHAPTER, NO. S. The stated convocations of st. John s Chapter, No. 8, B. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall on the Saturday next succeeding the pale of the moon In each month. B. J. KEID, H. P. A. D. Bock Secretary. Q’ A' UPTON POST NO. 29, O. A. It., MEETS every Fourth Sunday evening of each month, in Odd Fellows' Hall. Meetings com mence at 7:30 o'clock. MAT SOHATZBEIN, Commander. 0. B. Bidwell, Adjutant. jOld Jake Cohen IN THE FIELD AGAIN ! HE HAS BEEN APPOINTED AGENT IN Eureka for tbe firm of John Wanamaker, John Wanamaker A Co. and Wanamaker A Brown, of Philadelphia, and Is prepared to take orders tor any artiole that is for sale in the market. Ladies’garments a specialty. Cali ■nd see the old pioneer, sod he will furnish you with any thing from a spool of thread to a bale of cotton. _ MEN’S CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. Samples can be teen at Knight Bros. All kinds of underwear, etc. Call and see. Perfect fits guaranteed. Eureka, Nevada, March 16, 1887. mhl7-tf HORSE LOST. ONE SMALL BAY HORSE WITH star in forehead. The animal has some saddle marks. When he strayed away he bad a bell and side hobbles on. Tbe horse Isft the Spring Valley mines on June 4, and wan seen at Page’s ranch on the 6th. Any one find ing the animal and leaving him at J. L. Smiths stable will be handsomely rewarded. : jl5 E. H. RCBEJI MINING TAX. Notice is hereby given that the taxes oa tbe proceeds of the mines of Eureka county for the quarter ending Debember 31,1886, ere now due and payable to me at my office in Eureka; and tbe law In regard to the same will be strictly enforced. 0. 0. WALLACE. Assessor of Eureka county, Nay ads.