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.. .JULY 1, 1887. .. _ U the inthorlied Bub gtinjw for tbe Bkntxmkl on Baby Hill IcrlptlOD • e and ylcloi j• inthorlied Bnbiorlp >• i;Kr th.8*«iri-»L in larek*. Mon Ag®o* - " T|(j; 0AII<Y MAIIdS. WILL ABB1VE. ir~z i 5 | | s a § : i ? a If 2 i S : i N 8 8 I : • : • : 8 —* 77m. I’. M. K Mondiy*. »■“ * I Wed'diy* 9-8" ; 2 Frld»y« - »■»" * v r Tneidiyi 4.30 . Wed'diye . 13 Th'radaya 4.30 . Friday*.I 13 Hatnrdayl 4.30 I. Hnndaya.I 13 yurrHHUAV’M STOCK SAIKS. evening board 730 Ophir—8H 8S 200 MeiioaD—440o 910 Gould A Curry—3Si 345o 3* 280 Best A Beloher—6H 6H *10 Con. California—21H G55 Savage—5 H 5H 250 Ohollar—7H 7H 5 Potosi—7H 450 Hale A Noroross—OH 5H 230 Crown Toint—9 50 Yellow Jacket—5H 15 Imperial—215o Alpha—3H b 300 Belcher—GH 50 8. Nevada—4H 200 Utah—1M 200 Bullion—220o 200 Exchequer—1H 300 Con. Beg. Belcher—230o 300 Overman—230o 2H 100 Justice—1H 60 Union—320o 350 Alta—205o 210o 350 Caledonia—G5c 200 Lady Washington— 80o 250 Andes—140o 150 Soorpion—75o i p)0 Benton—195o 100 E Best A Belcher—50o 200 Iowa- 135o 100 Phil Sheridan—10c j 300 Baltimore—90o , 100 Trojan —10c 250 Suooor—180c 250 Hendricks—85c 100 B. Isle—105c 50 N. B. Belle Isle-RH 100 Nevada Queen—445c 4H 1250 Commonwealth—215tf 100 Diana—105c 500 Syndicate—20o 1000 Peer—55c 400 Peerless—1 105c 100 Central —GOo 200 Weldon—130c 300 Locomotive—20c K. A P. PANMK9IISKM IHAVKI.. ARRIVALS TESTERDAT AFTERNOON. P H Hjnl J Bnrlingamo A Beaton Frank Wines Wm Evans HOIKS. AHIVALN. Jackson House—C. Stein, Taylor; F. Winos, lteno; W. G. Brown, Newark; J. W. Walker, Hamburg mine. Bureau Hotel — D. Crowley, Prospect Mountain; James Dun, city. HEI.NONT AND TIIEREABOl'TS. Items of Interest nipped from tbe t'oiirlernf Jnne 23. S. B. Wakefield, who died in San Fran cisoo, lived in Belmont for a number of years as clerk of tbe Belmont Mining Company. Parties who have returned from Tof yabe mountains in this county report that considerable snow fell there during tbe lateitorm. Jett Creek is said to bo boom ing. non. a. it. miner informs na mat me weather is very waim in Smoky Valley, and that the grain and bay crops on some of the ranches are looking fine. Nearly five tons of silver ore, extracted from Jamos Laity’s mine in East Belmont, waB worked in Eureka recently. The first-class ore worked $1,885 58 to the ton; second class, $380 16; third class, $137. Thin is certainly a splendid showing. A. F. Spindola, proprietor of the Bob ffiont, Tybo and Reveille stage line has pnrohastd a fine buck board, which will be used in carrying passengers and trans porting froight between Belmont aDd Reveille. Antone has an eye to business. Corrected Hallroad Survey. From a letter just reoeived from Sur veyor General Jones by Messrs, Baker <fc W inee, we learn that the State has lost 2.82 miles of main track of the 0. P. R. • ,,in °'her words, the various counties in the State, through whioh the road runs, .kora H??} M,®88*nR in the aggregate whil® the oorreoted survey the whole number of zmleg at 448.02. Th /!'* Fame*. The \ ulcan Powder Company comes to the surface with an advertisement nnder tbo head of •' New To-dav ” „„„ assured that Vuloan is the best and mn«i uniform powder, and ttakfi pof.onons fumes arise from It. It i. , ono, * B. Sadler <* Co. the m Eureka, for the Vulcan Powder Com P»ny. TryitagaiD. °Wder 0oax Hardly Probable. A native Persian who lectured in New *ork the other day said the Persian youth 88 allowed to take just one kiss from his ■'Q:e wlfe on the eve before their mar s a Sm"!L* ■"» *>• Frenis Candles. A general assortment of fresh o»r LOCAL AMO OTHER JOIN. Hemps from lb« Note-book ol the Nentlnel’a Reporter. With this iisue the Sentinel oommeucet its 35th volume and 18th year. Judge A. L. Fitzgerald it holding court at Winnomuoca, Humboldt oounty. William Joannes is reported as being very ill with disease of the kidneys. An International Congress ol Geologists will meet in London, England, next year. Mrs. E. M. Baum, who keeps the hotel at Union, is stopping at the Ormtby, Oar son. Everybody is talking about going on the excursion to Diamond on the Fourth of July. Hon. Geo. W. Baker left for Elko Wednesday and will return the early part of next week. Ex-Sherifi Hanks will probably exhibit sume of his pure blooded Herefords and Galloways at the Reno State Fair. W. A. Woodward has contributed a very fine wulfenite specimen from this district to the California State Mining Bureau. Don’t forget that tho Rescue Hose Com pany give a grand ball at the Eureka Opera House, on the evening of the Fourth of July. Up to 5 o’clook last evening no connec tion had been made in the 1500 level of the Gould A Curry, where the imprisoned miners are located. J. Burlingame, who was a delegate from Eureka to the Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., went to the Bay from Virginia City and returned home yesterday. Wm. Evans retnrned yesterday from San Francisco, where he has been several weeks for the benefit of his health. Ho loons muon better after bis trip. It. Sadler bought a fine cow of John Stewart on Wednesday last. She gives 10 gallons of milk per day, and Mr. Stewart wag very reluotant to part with her. Yesterday was 11 barring ont ” day at the furnaces in Eureka. Tbe market value of [he silver moulded into bricks aggregated 133,757 12. A good day for bricks that. On account of tbe illnesB of Hon. Oeo. if. Sabin, Judge of the U. S. Distriot 3ourt of Nevada, tbe trial of the Ham ind Stevens case has been postponed until ruly 7. These who go down on tbo excursion to diamond on tbe Fourth of July will have }!onty of time to get ready for the Rescue ilose Company’s ball to take plaoe that ivening. Tbe Supreme Court of the State has iffirmod tbe decision of the Lower Court n the case of Comaita vs. Kyle. This was i case in whiob tbe Sheriff was sued for lam ages by tbe first party. Matt Kyle, formerly Sheriff of Eureka sounty, is working on the Comstock, in the Con. Cal. A Virginia mine. His family arrived at Virginia but a short time before the fire in the Qould A Curry nine. Conductor Crowley has decided to alter tbo time of departure of the excursion train to Diamond on Monday, tbe Fourth of July. Tbe train will leave Ruby Hill at 12:45 o’clock p. m., and from the head of Clark street at 1 o’clock p. m. P. H. Hjul returned from the western part of the State and San Francisoo yes terday. He went from here to attend tbe annual session of the Orand Lodge, I. O. O. F., and proceeded thence to the Bay, where he has been purchasing a new gtook of goods. Amusing Ulelllieocs of « Hog. New York Epoch: A dog-loving family on Staten Island baa a remarkably intelli gent pet. Discussing bis wit one day, It was proposed to send him upstairs for bis mistress’ wrap. But first one of tbe ladies went upstairs, laid tbe wrap on tbe floor and sat down on it with her sewing. Tbe dog was sent, and quiokly found the wrap. Vainly he tugged at it, first on one side and then on the other. Discouraged, but not dismayed, he paused for a moment, when, suddenly making a dive, be seized the sewing in his teeth and ran toward the fire. Bis opponent, now off her guard, ran after him to rescue her work. This was enough; the dog dropped the sewing, rau for the wrap and bore it in triumph to his mistress. --♦ Tascnrora Mines. Tne official reports of superintendents of operations in the mines at Tuscarora, during the week ended Juno 25, contains the following items of interest: The 300 in the Orand Prize is being re opened. In the Diana ore is said to be showing in a west crosscut from the 200 station in the shaft. In North Belle Isle excavating for the foundation for the new hoist is completed. In the Commonwealth seams of ore are laid to be showing on tbe 300 level. A Heailble Charge. " Gentlemen of the jury,” onoe laid an old-time Judge in Mobile, "the lawyer! havo been here two whole dayi dieouseing the constitutionality of the law under which this suit was brought. You have nothing to do with that. All that yon have to ascertain is whether the man got tho money. If he did be ought to pay it. Take the case.”—The American. “Otve ’em Hall Colnmbla.” It was the late Granville Moody, the " Fighting Parson,” who, at the battle of Stone river, rode along his lines shout ing •• Give ’em hell, boys; give ’em hell, in tbo name of God and your country,” but the pious old man always insisted afterwards that what he really said wai “ Give’ em Hail Columbia.” As I ui men we Kgg. The Oinoinnati Enquirer lays that W. P. Miller of Westsido, Pa., has a ben to brag of. One day recently she laid bn egg that was six inohes and a half long and eight inohes and a half around; and the next day she laid another that was six in ohes long and seven inohes and three quarters in oiroumferouce. Kongli on tli« Weather (Sharps. Sergeant Barwick has received informa tion from Washington to the effect that, owing to the failure of Congress to pass the Deficiency Appropriation bill, Signal Sorvioe men, numbering 500 in the ited States, will reoeive but half pay for e. Ceased lo be a Virtne. New York World has usually been unored in its treatment of its con ties, but the persistent assaults of 'lave soured its temper, and it alf a oolumn to the elaboration is that Mr. Dana is a coward, a 'aokguard. POWillMU’N MEDAL. The Beautiful Trophy Offered b] the Enterprising Youug Prewl dent of the Hevail* Agricultural Society. The gold medtl to bo presented by Pres ident 0. 0. Fowning for thp best exhibli in any department at the Nevada State Fair, to be held in Reno this Fall, is now on exhibition in that oity, says the Virginia Ohronlole. It is a rioh and beautiful design, the center or meda! proper being of bright yellow gold with a colored background in the shape of a shield. The Amerioan eagle in chased gold surmounts the top of the shield, and on eaoh side of the bird of freedom is the flag of our oountry beautifully enameled and the two held in place by the tips of the eagle’s wings. A minute diamond represents the eyes of the bird which holds in its talons the golden shield. A wreath of laurel leaves bound together with a bow of gold forms the bottom of the rich design. The workmanship is exquisite and the medal beautiful in the extreme. On the face of the medal Is the following inscription: “ President Pown ing’s Gold Medal. Nevada State Fair, 1&87. Organized to encourage advance ment in those arts which benefit man kind.” On the back of the medal is inscrlb id: "A warded by the Nevada State Ag ricultural Society for the best exhibit of my department.” The medal is oertainly well worth contesting for. Tue Cellar In Hammer. At this season the cellar most be kept 300I, dry, ventilated and oleaD. The ioors must be kept dosed as muoh as possible daring the day, but they may be npened about midnight, and remain open intil early morning. During the latter naif of tbe night the air is cool, and air must be admitted to keep the cellar dry ind pure. If clean, not a great deal of liring will be needed. If tbe cellar is lamp, fruits and vegtables decay sooner, iod it is more unhealthfnl than isgeneral y supposed. Mary attaoks of fever, diph theria, or other diseases, result from lamp, unventilated, unoleap cellars. Seeping the cellar clean and Cjfctilated, is ibe best way to keep it dry; it may be necessary to use other means. Lime placed in the cellar will absorb-moisture ind noxious gases, and thus help to keep the air pure. Charcoal is also a great ab lorber of gases. The temperature of the cel ar may be lowered by putting a tub of nroken ice and Balt in. The rapid melt ng of the ice cools the air. This will be jonvenient when a considerable quantity >f fresh meat or fruit is to be preserved. It is impossible to keep tbe cellar in good :ondition unless tbe drainage is efficient, ind there is a proper arrangement of ioors and windows. Double ones are needed to keep tbe temperature at the right point in Summer as well as in Win ter. __ 4 Mon of J. W. HayuM Drowned. Nevada Union Jnne 27: Yesterday tfternoon, between 3 and 4 o’clock, Seorge, the nine-year-old son of Hon J. W. Haynes, who was fishing at the river opposite tbe residence near Genoa with two compnions, went into the river to bathe and was drowned. The horrifying news was received and efforts were instantly made to recover tbe body of the child, bat up to a late hour last night no suc cess had attended the efforts of the peo ple who turned out en masse to render as sistance. Mr. and Mrs. Haynes are are frantio with grief, and the snspense as to tbe recovery of the body adds to the suffering which they must endure. The river bank for a long distance is lined with people watching for indications of the body. Parties were dispatohed to Martin's wood camp to procure im plements for dragging tbe river. Tbe body will doubtless be found in tbe course of the day. The greatest sympathy is felt by the entire community for the bereaved family. Further intelligence is awaited. The Art of Tahtnir Leave. Not a few people have stiil to learn the art of taking leave. Some will say, “It is time I was going,” and then talk on aimlessly for ten minutes. They will even rise and keep their hosts standing; by an effort they may succeed in getting as far as the hall; then a new thought strikes them; brighten visibly and stand for some minutes longer, saying nothing of import ance, but keeping everybody in a restless state. After the door is opened, leave tak ing begins again. Very likely a last thought strikes the departing visitor, and his friend must risk a cold to hear it to tho end. There is no need to be offensively abrupt, but, when you are ready to go, go at once—graoefully and politely if yon oan, bnt at any rate without tiresome delays. Cheap Artealan Well*. Index: 8am Davia is perfecting a scheme by which artesian wcllg may be bored cheaply. He has already tried sev eral experiments with considerable suc cess. The plan is to fire an elongated shot from a cannon to a great perpendicu lar hight. When it falls it penetrates the earth to a depth sufficient to strike water almost anywhere around Carson, and ex plodes, leaving the hole clear; besides blowing out a large chamber whioh be comes a permanent reservoir. He will give a public exhibition in a few days al the Holstein ranch, when all will have an opportunity to see how the scheme works. No Half Way Baalaess. A story is current regarding tho pride of an impresario. At a certain rehearsal the tenor said to his ohief. ‘That aria is • little too high for me.’ Oh 1 transpose il a tone,’ was the reply. * A half-tope,' pursued the tenor, ‘ will suit me per fectly.’ ‘Sir,’ retorted the manager, drawing himself proudly up. 'In my theater we do nothing by halves.’ Hlnera In Demand. The Inyo Independent of last 8atnrday says: Every mine operator at DarwiD wants to employ more miners. There has not been such a demand for miners there for veara past. Good miners are urgently needed, and all who oan be got are al onoe employed. Hon. P. Reddy, among other operators, wants men to work in the Deflanoe mine.__ Newspaper KnterprUe. Virginia Report: A Chinese washhouse burned in Elko last week, and the Free Press enterprisingly gives a list of thi losses sustained from a pair of Books to e pair of female pants, also giving the own er’s uamo and the history of each article t'hnair* of Baw. W. J. Smith takes pleasure in informing the residents of Eureka and surroundinf oountry that bis stationery and husinest is now looated in the new Postoffioc build' ing, where a full aud complete stock will always be found, together with the latesl novelties at the most reasonable prioes A full line of flno tobacco and cigarettes. Imported Key West and Domestic oigars a specialty. With many thanks for their past liberal patronage, he hopes to merit a oontinuance of the same. * Jnst Wliat Yon Want. P. H. Hjul is just in receipt of a large lot of glassware and orookery. Also, a fine assortment of library and parlor lamps—the finest ever brought to the market. Also, a nice assortment of silk plush oabinet frames, and frame mould ings. Also, oarpets, oilcloth and matting, bird oages. He has also just been made agent for the oelebrated light-running “Domestic" sewing machinos, whioh are now on exhibition at bis store on Sooth Main street. They are of all sizes and all prioes. * A Chance to Hu East. Ex-Superintendent of Public Infrac tion 0. 8. Young has inaugurated an ex cursion trip to Ohioago and other East ern points which will leave Reno on July 5. The Natilonal Teachers’ Association meets at Chicago on July 12 and persons who desire to attend should avail them selvos of the low rates of faro offered 'by this Summer excursion. For particulars address C. 8. Yonng, Reno. THE SEA SCOUBGE, OB, FOUR MONTHS ON THE CONFEDERATE PRIVATEER ALABAMA, Being the thrilling experiences of one of her crew npon her memorable and de structive cruise aronnd the world, vividly written and described in The New York Waverly and dow for sale by all news dealers. Ask for No. 29, or send to The Waverly Polishing Co., 81 Warren street, New York, for free sample oopy. An Absolute Care. 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 bands, and all skin erup tions. Will positively cure all kindB of piles. Ask for the Original Abietine Oint ment. Sold by John S. Capron, druggist, Main street, Eureka, Nevada, at 25 oents per box; by mail, 30 cents. New Goods ! New Goods! The White House Clothing Emporium is in daily reoeipt of their new stock of Spring and Summer olothlng, gents’ fur nishing goods, hats, eto. Also, a full line of the gold and silver shirts, which we guarantee to be the best white shirts in the market, at the lowest prioe. M. Kabsky. Attention, Art I-overs. J. B. Monaoo, the portrait artist will re main in Eureka for a few weeks only. Persons desiring good pictures (either in oil or crayons) at very moderate prices, should avail themselves of the opportunity without delay. Everybody is invited to call and examine his samples at Monaco’s photograph gallery. * Untiling. J. W. Brown, having removed from Ruby Hill to the most central part of the distriot, is ready to receive orders to do general hauling. Those desiring his serv ices can leave their orders at his residence on Ruby Hill Avenue, formerly occupied by H. H. Conklin. _ * Dental Notice. I expect to leave Eureka in two or three weeks 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. Cyrus Hamilton. * DR. J. J. LEEK, dentist. OFFICE - SENTINEL BUILDING, UP stairs. I will return to Eureka about the latter part of July. Eureka, April 8, 1887. a9-tf J. H. Shoemaker, WholesaleTand Retail BUTCHER, Eureka, Nevada. JyT-u__ NOTICE. n BALED TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED for the hauling of the Itnby and Dundor berg Con. Mining Company’s ore for one year from July 1 next. Bids to be in the Ruby and Dunderberg Oon. Mining Company’s office by 12 o’clock noon on FRIDAY, July 1. Partic ulars can be had at the office. A. P GALLWEY, Manager. Eureka, June 28, 1887* J48-1*1 For the |— l Weak.Nerv Free Treatise.^?-* gain X7vV“’i8-,,Home Treatment. Cor Nervous and Mental diseases. TRIAL SENT, Address, DR. J.W. BAT* A 00., 383 S Clark street, aS-dAw _Chioaoo, WEAK, NERVOUS MEN Suffering from Nervous Debility, Premature Decline, Exhausted Vitality, Weakness ol Body and Mind, etc., we will send you full par ticulars of the only safe and natural home our* free of charge, Address Heidelberg Co. 201 W. 14th atreet, New York. a8.3mdAw MORRIS A LEVY’S ADVERTISEMENT. 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 Styles, Goods received by every train. Beautiful Buttings in Bummer shades. Elegant Combination* of Bilks, Velvets and Woolan Goods, Newest designed Summer Bilks, etc. OUR WARM WEATHER DEPARTMENT. Real India Mulls and Linens, Oragandies, Sateens, Percales, etc.. Nainsooks, P. K.’s, Grenadln Lace Buntings, Ginghams, Cable Cord*. Scotch ZephyTS and Toils du Nord. Ladies' and Children’se Vesta. --O PARSOLS!_PARASOLS ! New Gloves, New Mitts, Now Laces, New Flouncings, New Collars, New Embroiderie., New But tons, New Ribbons. Ladies’ Muslin Underwear, Corsets, Jerseys, etc. A fine assortment always On hand. Ladies' Jackets and Wraps—the latest—Milliner}' cheap. New Carpeti, New Wall Paper just received. Gentlemen will do well to look at our stock of Gents’ Furnishing Goods before purchasing elsewhere. We extend an invitation to all to call and see for themselves. Very Respectfully, MORRIS & JjEVY, SMALLPOX MIRKS CIN BE REMOVED 1 LEON cfc CO London, pebfumfbs to h. m. the Qneen, heve Invented end patented the world-renowned OBLITERATOR I Which remove* Smallpox Marks of however long standing. The application is simple and \ harmless, causes no inconvenience and oon- , tains nothing injurious. Price, $2 60. Superfluous Hair ! Leon& Co.’s “Depilatory” Removes 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 Meat. 319 Tremont etreet, Boston, Mess »4-tj The Empire Saloon. OEM H1XTZE. : : : : Proprietor This new and attractive resort has Just been refitted, end 1* one of the finest establishments of the hind In Eureka. Connected with the house ere cosy end com for table PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS And tbs Gaming Department is complete lnev* T«ut "the eat and very beat of LI quors and Cigar 1 be dispensed to patrons DKIIfHB, IBM CENTS. Eureka, Sept. 18,1886. *19-tf CLAYTON'S FOR Sore and Speedy Cure for Outs, Sores, Eruptions, Bruises, Inseot Bites. Burns, Scalds. ClUlblnlnn. Frost Bites, Chapped H-nds, Sore Lips, etc. It slao cures Clows' Sore Tests, all Sores on Horses, Saddle and Collar Galls, Sores, eto., on animals. It possesses Wonderful Healing proper ties. Prtoeperbox. 95 cents, postpaid. Address the sole proprietor and manufacturer, WALTERS. CLAYTON, Ruby Valley. Elko County, Nevada. jl7-3rs Dissolution Notice. The copartnership heretofore existing between J. L. Smith and R. J Doak, doing business under the firm name of Smith A Doak, is this day dissolved by mutusl con sent. All parties indebted to the above firm are requested to call and settle immediately. J. L. SMITH, R. J. DOAK. Eureka, Nevada, June 1.1887. j3-lin FOR RENT. THE BARLEY MILT,, FORMERLY OCCU pled by B. Reinhart, ou North Main street. Eureka, is for rent. Grain ground as heretofore. For further particulars, apply to CEO. F, BLISS. Eureka, May 28,1887. m29-lm PBOFBBBIOHAL OABPB., G. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dentist, rooms, in OUrk’i new brick building, corner of Monroe and Olark atreeta. Entrance on Olark atreet. DR. G. H. THOM A, PHYSICIAN AND SCBOBON—OF FICE and reaidenoe In Baimm. Build ng. dltf DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SCBOBON EC* reka, Nevada. Office and reaidenoe in he Byland Building, on Bateman street, op. >oaite the Jackson House. dltf BENJAMIN SANDERS, A TTORNEY AT CAW AND NO A tary Public. Office: four doors north of Eureka County Bank, Main atreet, Eureka, dl IKO. w. BJJOtU. *. wiws. BARER & WINES, A TTOBNEYS AT CAW. OFFICE A in the Opera House, Eureka, Nevada. F. H. HARMON, A TTOBNEY AT CAW. OFFICE— A. At the Assessor's office, in the Courthouse SOOIBTOBB. ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER, NO. 5. The stated convocations of at. John’s Chapter, No. 6, B. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall on the Saturday next ■ucceedlng the pale of the moon in eaoh month. K. J. KEID, H. P. A. D. Bocx Secretary. U. A. A. UPTON POST NO. 39, G. A. B., MEETS every Fourth Sunday evening of each month, In Odd Fellows’ Hall. Meetings com. menoe at 7:30 o’clock. MAT BCHATZLE1N, Commander. 0. B. Bidwell, Adjutant. Old Jake Cohen IN THE FED AGAIN ! HE HAS BEEN APPOINTED AGENT IN Eureka for the firct of John Wanamaker. John Wanamaker A Co and Wanamaker A Brown, of Philadelphia, and Is prepared to take orders for any article that Is for sale In the market. Ladies’ garment* a specialty. Call and see the old pioneer, anu he will furnish you with anything from a spool of thread to a bale of cotton. _____ MEN’S CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. Samples can be seen at Knight Bros. All kinds of underwear, etc. Call and see. Perfect tits 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 had a 1-ell and side hobbles on. The hone left the Spring Valley mines on June 4, and waa seen at Page’s ranch on the fith. Any one find ing the animal and leaving him at J. L. Smith's stable will be handsomely rewarded, jia E. H. ROBE. MINING TAX. Notice is hereby given that the taxes on the proceeds of the mines of Eureka county for the quarter ending Debember 31,1886, are now due and payable to me at my office in Eureka; aud the law In regard to the name will be strictly enforced. 0. 0. WALLACE, Assessor of Eurekaooonty, Nevada.