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— - „„,w tbs authorised Bub aAHOBL U“* tie gKKI1HiL on Baby Hill ,orlptlon AKeu‘Ior and ylclnlt>. th# ,nthorl«ed Bnbscrlp [/JXt the 8ssT.H«L ln Eoreka. — XIIE I>A,llY maim. ^T.nLOBK. WILL ARRIVE. — ---- a 11 O W W ? "23 : " s s ? ; 2 §. s :£ & S ; l f | : j j_ A. M. I p. M. — Monday- 9 if'! 2 I Wed'days 99 9 £ Friday*... 9 30 9 £ Tuesdays 4.SO . Wed’days . 12 Th'radaya 4.SO . Fridays. 12 Saturdays 4.80 . Sundays.-• 12 ^TUBUAY’N MOI K BALKS. evening boabd. 110Opbir-74 50 Mexican—445c 44 320 Gould * Curry—54 I'M Best <fc Belcher—64 W Con. California-194 194 194 250 Savage— 04 64 810 Ohollar—54 54 190 Potosi—64 6 64 370 Hale A Noroross-4C0c 45)0 630 Crown Point—104 104 104 b5 360 Yellow Jacket-64 54 64 20 Keutuck—270o 1090 Boloher—84 84 84 8 4 8 t 80 Utah—190o 195c 250 8. Nevada—44 445o 250 Bullion—215o 220o 200 Exohequer—140o 250 Seg. Belcher—255o 24 100 Justico—14 220 Union—340o 750 Alta—230o 150 Jnlia—75o 500 Caledouia—65c 100 Challenge—2C5c 450 Lady WaBhiugton-75o 110 Andes—135c 150 Scorpion—75o 50 Benton—190o 700 Baltimore—14 130c 400 Bonanza—60o 200 W. Cr. Pt.—135c 250 Navajo—135o 140c 60 B. Isle—120o 100 Mt. Diablo—44 450 N. B. Bello Isle-94 94 270 Nevada Queen—54 54 100 Commonwealth—235o 100 Diana—14 150 Bodie—22Uo 100 Mono—2 350 Con. Paoiflc—20c 15o 50 Peer—Coo 100 8. King—84 COO Crooker—85o 150 Peerless—105o 250 Central —60o K. * 1*. PAMENUKH TKAVMl.. DKPAHTCHE8 YKBTKBDAY MOBBING. 0 Zanoli Thomas Wren F Snider WHITE PIKE NT AUK LINK. DEPABTl'BES FUIDAT MOBNIBO D. McNicol and Frank Rockwell. A Vreadrnl Accident. Minnie, the little daughter of William Cox of Diamond Valley, met with a dread ful accident yesterday while at George Tail’s Iiancb, at Diamond 8pringa. Itap pears that she had gone thither with her mother, who was attending Mrs. Taft who was sick abed. Mr Taft waa pumping water with a horse-power rotary pnmp, at half past 9 o’clock, yeaterday morning, when the little girl, who was with him got her left hand between the coga of the water wheel and the pinion. The result was that the hand was almost crushed to a jelly. The little snfferer was bronght to towu by Mr. Taft immediately after the accident, and although the distance between Dia mond Springs and Eureka is 28 miles it was made in three and a half boors. Dr. James Williams was called to attend tho child and did what he could to reliere her suffering. It is probable tbat amputation will be necessary. A HIIUnWAj. A span of horses that were attached to a hayrack on the meadow of George Taft> at Diamond Springs, were left oarelessly unhitched by their driver, the day before yesterday, when they were frightened and started to run. They broke through three pairs of gate bars, gained a terrible speed, and ran to Mr. Taft’s residence, where * “7.■*umPe<t astraddle of a water trough, which stood so high from tho ground that they were unable to extricate themselves, the wagon was broken to pieces, and the remains of it were scattered all along the iv, e *bey ba<* taken, yet, strange to lay, he horses were not in the least bit hurt. la Hitril Luck. h« oi our citizens, yesterday, lost a portion of bis masticators, which fell from IDOM0*?0*,**1’1® on M*in street. It is the that a. i ^IDR uPon lbe citizen aforesaid nn '■ i. j 1D1Pecunious, and thore being eni In Eureka at the pres to li.l' he ,ay* he wiu be compelled will e o° spoon viotuals, unless the finder J W M»“ttogr. Rn' „ Brown* bav*n8 removed from J Hill to the most oentral part of tho Wneral'il* ?,6‘dy 1°, order, to do C banll“ff- Those desiring his serv Ruby"'H«fhfir °rder,B at hi" residence by H. H OonkHnfnne',ormerly °°°up^d run To-Night. OBentt. a'** *nd Mt8* Anll,# ElU* Wl11 ^Pen the stone Saloon this evening, and Frank ReiVelhnib*t,r*°a°n0 to bo ,0UDll “tendance * Thb* ,r‘ wil> bo ^ yoo can beared I® Wl 1 bo ,0‘a of <«>. “0,t* wd deli Hausmann s 8 for PioDloi’ Joe . * No Main street.1, dr°K8i*1 an<1 Miayer LOCAL AMD UTIIKK JOIN. Ncrnpa from the Mole-hook of the Dnllurl’a R«porl«r. Senator M. D. Foley and wife are visit ing Carson friende. Alaska is enjoying a plaoer mining boom during the rainy season. The Intreplds should challege the Clip per nine of Eureka—Austin Reveille. Medical scientists are nnable to account for tbofact that women never stammer. Wells, Fargo A Co. shipped yesterday 9 bars of passing bullion, valued at $7,050. This season there is a greater rush of sigbt-soers to Alaska than ever before known. Old Mother Merriweatber, who was known as a fortune-teller at Secramento, is dead, aged 85 years. Matbewson Brothers’ team left here yosterday loaded with lumber and mer chandise for Hamilton. Oormley, the Los Angeles brute who assaulted an 11-year-old girl, was last heard from at Kingman, A. T. The Empress of Japan, accompanied by a retinue of 20 persons, will viait the United States in October. A meeting of the stockholders of the Enroka Nevada Silver Mining Company will take place this evening. Frank Rockwell, route agent for Wells, Fargo A Co., went by stage to Taylor and other points south yesterday. The volume of water in the Carson is de creasing so that the hanging up of the stamps at tho mills will soon begin. In a quarrel with a neighbor, Mrs. Rea gan of Walkerville, Montana, became so much exoited that she fell into spasms and died. Mrs. Mattie Lambert, formerly a resi dent of Chioo, Cal., a beautiful woman, has become an opium fiend at San Fran oisco. Hotel building bas become a mania in California. Some of the towns now being built consisting principally of a $15,000 hotel. The true Paris dudo now carries a cane, in the top of which is a watch and a oigar etto holder. It costs a trifle of 1,260 francs. About 30 tons of very good-looking, heavy lead ore is being shipped from the Bully Boy mine to the Eureka Con. fur naces. It is bad enough to have to live in a one horso town, but life there is heavenly compared with existence in a wheelbarrow village. In Inyo county, Cal., there is much complaint about sheep from the western side of the Sierras. Several lawsuits have been started. In Inyo county, Cal., there is much complaint about sheep from the western side of the Sierras. Several lawsuits have been started. The alarm of fire last evening was caused by the burning of a curtain in a bedroom at the side of Berg’s store. No damage done. a unuer cuub ou been organized in Massachusetts. Ill paper is stamped with two spoons, crossed, and the legend, •• It might hare Ben." Hank Knight has got so lazy that Pete has been obliged to furnish the bouse with a new patent oorkscrew to draw the corks out of bottles when they are needed. M. B. Bartlett intends making a fire proof building of the store between the Postofbce and Lambert’s store. He has briok already on the ground for that pur pose. Henator Foley haa got the Congressional bee in his bonnet. If bo cannot oapture the United States Senatorship he is will ing to succeed Woodburn_Carson Tri bune. In the past twenty seven years the Corn stock mines have yielded *410,000,000, with every probability that they will yet produce as much mere in the same period of time. An unknown man seized the fifteen-year old niece of Mr. Valentine, of Los An geles, while she was going on an errand last Friday evening and outraged her on the street. The stated communication of Eureka Lodge No. 16, F. A A. M., will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. All Mastor Masons in good standing are cordially in vited to attend. Her Mother—He’s a brute, my dear, bnt don't cry. I gave you to him because he said he knew the secret of making you happy. Daughter—Well, he's kept his secret admirably. A deacon in the Fresno Baptist Cburoh has been too mooli leading forth to green pastures the ewes of bis flook. There is much excitement among the members who wear horns. Carson Appeal: The Democrat has suspended publication. There was no room for the Demoorat in Salt Lake, yet it cost the proprietors $25,000, and took two years' timo to find it out. Blobsom—What makes you look so cheerful to-day, Dumpsey ? Dumpsey— My daughter left the window open yester day and our piano wasstruok by lightning. You can’t imagine what relief it is. Jim Donaldson left yesterday with his freight train and wagons loaded with 32, 000 pounds of freight consigned to E. N. Robinson, Bam Liddle, O. H. Ellison, Hamilton, and Jacob Kopenstine, While River. The tributers in the Eureka Tunnel have a small streak of very rioh ore in a raise from a drift above the tunnel level. As there is also considerable lower grade stuff with it, it may open out into a good sized body. “ You asked me to bring you a little pin money," said a young husband to his wife. " Yes, dear," said the lady expeot autly. “ Well, to save you the fatigue of going out in this hot weather, I have brought you some pins instead." The owners of the ground upon which the battle of Austerlitz was fought are indus triously excavating the battleflld, in con sequence of a rumor that a Frenoh oom mander buried there a number of military chests containing more than a million francs. W. E. Taylor returned from bis trip to Newark and Ruby Valleys and Bald Mountain yesterday. He reoprts things looking well in that section, both in re gard to crops and mining. He will proba bly in the near future make Newark Val ley his permanent plaoe of residence. Notice. Mrs. H. Zottman’s bathing establish ment is now open, and those desiring either hot or oold water baths have an op portunity of doing so for the small sum of 25 cents each. Also those wishing to take swimming baths can do so at the same price. Bwimmiug to commence at 8 o'clock f. m., and continue until mid night. * Another I.urge Ntore for Keno. The Reno Gazette says that Messrs. Morris A Levy, the woll and favorably known dry goods firm doing business in Virginia City and Eureka, baTe deoided to open a branoh establishment in Reno, to be known as the Palace Dry Goods House. Mr. M. Levy and his brother Wilhelm came here several days ago and endeavored to seoure a store in either Commerial Row or Virginia street large enough to satisfy the demand of the business they mean to ostablisb, but were unsuccessful. Yester day afternoon Wm. Thompson, manager of the Lake estate, offered to build any sized store they wanted alongside of the Postoffice, provided they would lease It at a reasonable rent for five years, the store to be ready for occupanoy by the 5th of September. The proposition was promptly aooepted, and contracts were fet this morn ing for supplies for a two-Btory brick hav ing a frontage of 25 feet and a depth of 80 feot, the entire front to be plate glass ex tending down to within two feet of the sidewalk. ■-• The Romance or a Chinnier. The ups and downs of the Keely family of White Rock Springs, £1 Dorado ooanty, Cal., gives one more illustration of the strange vicissitudes of life on the Pacific slope. In early days Austin Keely, a saloon-keeper, married Miss Lou Dart, a young lady of good family. They went to San Francisco and made $100,000 in stocks. As in many otbei oases, the money took wings, and nothing was left but a farm in £1 Dorado county, of small valne left them by Mrs. Keely’s mother. Stories bad been current of the great wealth of the latter, but when she died some years ago not a 10 cent piece could be found that belonged to her. The farm yieided but little rent, and recently the Keely’s found they had no alternative bnt to go and live there. In order to make the house habitable, it was found neces sary to pull down an old chimney, and there, imbeded in the masonry, was found a strong box containing $28,000 in gold coin, the money whioh old Mrs. Dart had patiently hoarded for so many years, and so all’s well that end’s well. -» A Horae Naves n Drowning Child. Detroit, July 25.—At Higgins Lake, Rosoommon county, Sunday, Mrs. C. H. Petit and her little daughter, aged three years were boating, when the little one, while capering about, fell into the water. The mother, in her anxiety and fright, up set the boat, and the chances were excel lent for a double funeral. But their horse, an intelligent French pony, whioh had been turned loose to graze on the shore of the lake, came to tbeir rescue. Alarmed by the soreams of the mother and by the commotion which the two made in the water the animal swam out to them, and when they had taken a secure hold of its mane he struggled back to the shore, a tired, but beroio pony. The animal was inolined to be balky, and be never would pull anything but a light load, but uow he is a prime favorite. Mite iHiioe. Referring to the “ Gem of the Sierru ” Mrs. Charles McLaughlin, of San Fran oisoo, is reported to have recently said: “ I have been in the habit every Summer of going to Europe, but in the future I shall make my Summer tour in the Sierra mountains and Nevada. The air here is beyond description. I have just visited Lake Tahoe for the first time and was sur prised at the wonders of its scenery. I shall purchase some land there and build a Summer residence. I think the people who have the means ought to make them selves as comfortable as possible. A per son who could not spend a oomfortable Summer there would not be oomfortable anywhere in the world.” Mrs. McLaugh lin is worth $4,000,000. -♦ Nmlileu Dentlt. Yesterday morning, at Genoa, Henry Yansiokle stopped bis team in the road and hailed Jack Miller, asking him if be was going to the cirous. “ I don’t know,” replied Miller, sitting down on a rock leis urely, as if about to discuss the question. “Don’t seem to care much about it.” Yansiokle spoke to him again, urging him to go, but got no answer. The man was dead. Heart disease was probably the eauBe of his sudden demise. He was well known in these valleys, havining married the widow of Hal Clayton, and at one time was said to bo in fair circumstances. Hnnu 8 tue Wonder. Robert Bonner recently drove to bis Tarrytown track, accompanied by a friend, to inspect bis horses. Maud S was hitched to a road wagon and showed a mile in 2:21. She was in her usual good condition and was allowed to go to her second mile, with the wonderful perform ance, which Mr, Bonner adds to his private record, of a foil mile in 2:16 to a road wagon. It is claimed that the mare has not made a break in her work this season. ___ Opening Night. Mrs. Mathews and Miss Annie Ellis will open the Stone Saloon next Satnrday evening, and they Invite their friends and the public to be in attendance. Some fine singing will be one of tbe features of the evening. __ * Just What You Want. F, H. Iljul is just in reoeipt of a large lot of glassware and orookery. Also, a fine assortment of library and parlor lamps—the finest over brongbt to tbe market. Also, a nioe assortment of silk plash cabinet frames, and frame mould ings. Also, oarpets, oiloloth and matting, bird cages, lie has also just been made agent for the celebrated light-running “Domestic" sewing maohines, which are now on exhibition at bis store on Sonth Main street. They are of all sizes and all prioes. * Change or Base. W. J. Smith takes pleasure in informing the residents of Eureka and surrounding country that his stationery and business is now located in the now Postoffioe build ing, where a full and complete stock will always be found, together with the latest novelties at the most reasonable prices. A fall line of Ado tobaooo and cigarettes. Imported Key West and Domestic cigars a specialty. With many thanks for their past liberal patronage, he hopes to merit a continuance of tbe same. * AUculion, Art Lover*. J, B. Monaco, tbo portrait artist will re main in Eureka for a fow weeks only. Persons dosiring 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 bis samples at Monaco’s photograph gallery. * A Big Wold Find. The Helena (Montana) Independent gays: *• The Dougherty brother* have gtruck a fabulously rioh gold mine at Trout Creek, near New Fork guleb. The lead is wide and the ore pays well through out, while in pookets occur bodies of ore of surpassing richness. The rock blossoms with native gold. It is said they have been offered $20,000 for the property, and though they first thought to accept it, they gtruck a very rich spot at the critical moment and refuse to part with it.” The Third Place. Mrg. Langtry and Mrs. Brackenridge must both take back seats in the matter of early naturalization. Helena C. Woolsen, a Cuban by birth, and a young woman of great beauty and wealth, swore allegiance to the stars and stripes in Newark, N. J., January 30, 1872, antedating Mrs. Brackenridge by at loast nine years, and so far as heard from giving the Jersey Lily third place. nliootlnv At iirkiruu. Franh Atkison, a young carpenter, was shot through the head in a saloon at Oak. land by the proprietor, Henry A. Bonjour, last Saturday, Bonjour says he did the shooting in self-defense. He was once a resident of Virginia City, having made a large fortune there, which he afterwards lost in stocks. His victim is not dead, but there is little hopes of his recovery. Moolhea and Heals. Santa Abie soothes and heals tho mem branes of the throat and lungs, when poisoned and inflamed by disease. It pre vents night sweats and tightness across the chest, cures cough?, colds, asthma croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, whooping cough and ail other throat and lung tronbles. No other medicine is so suc cessful in curing naBal catarrh as Califor? nia Cat-r-Cnre. The enormous and in creasing demand for these standard Cali fornia remedies confirm their merits. Sold and absolutely guaranteed by John S. Capron, Main street, Eureka, Nev. Hpeclal Notice. Charles Ferrari* has just reoeived a lot of the genuine K. of L. gloves, and will in the future keep a regular assortment of such goods. They are particularly adapted for the working class. He is also a dealer in boot* and shoes of every description. Custom work a specialty. Repairing neatly done. Prioes reasonable. Call and examine for yourselves. Plaoe of business on Main street. * Lunch Baskets, From twenty-five cents upwards. The finest kinds of potted fowls and meats, imported eels in oil, sardelle and an chovies. Fresh candies, nuts, fruits in great assortment. Oranges and lemons constantly on hand. Fresh e£gs juBt re ceived in large quantities. All of which I will sell cheaper than any other house in town. B. Bebo. * Dr. Leek Coming. Dr Leek writes the SENTiinu, from Austin, Nev., that be will arrive in Eu reka Aug. 2, and that be will remain about two weeks, and will then take a trip south for a short time. All those desiring the Doctor's services should call early and see him during his two weeks stay. * New Woods! New Woods! The White House ClothiDg Emporium is in daily rcoeipt of their new stock of Spring and Summer clothing, gents’ tar nishing goods, hats, etc. 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 price. * M. KARSKY, DR. J. J. LEEK, dentist. Office - sentinels building, up stairs. I will return to Eureka August 3. Eureka, April 8, 18S7, a9-tf J. H. Shoemaker, Wholesale and Retail BUTCHER, Eureka, Nevada. JyT-tf [EN OF ANY AGE HAVING any Private, Nervous or Secret Di^ ease. Unnatural Loss, Diabetes and Bright's Disease. F;.iimemory, Weak^ra^wl? «f : Euer,'v,Pimples,I iii|«‘dlmeiit» to Mar riage, Piles .Fist nla, Eye, Ear, Cancer, Catarrhand#nTliroat*LiiiiirDlseases no matter what you have taken or who has failed to cure you, calland see the LADIES. Hy hi# treatment a pure, lovely complexion, free from tnllownett, freckle*, blackhends, eruption*, etc., brilliant eye* and perfect health can be had. IflP That “Tired” feeling and all female weakneaaea promptly cured. Bloating. Headache*. NervouaProetraUon, (General Debility. Sleeplessness Depression and Indiges tum.Ovarian troubles. InH.immntion and Ulceration,Falling nntl displacement* , Spina I WeukneM, Kiduey complaint* nntl Change ot Life, consult him privately. When incon vient to come to the city, by describing diseaae and forward ing ♦JO, medicine will be «entyou free from observation. Office and Parlors privately arranged. Call or ad dress Dr. K.. Private Dtspeusury, Kearny Street, 8au Pruuciaco, Cal. WORKING CLASSES, WIT We are now prepared to furnish all classes with employment at home, the whole of the time, or for their spare momenta. Business new, light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn from 60 cents to $i per evening, and a proportional sum by devoting all their time to the business. Boys and gins earn al most as much as men. That all who see this may send their address, and test the business, we make this offer. To such as are not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for th trouble of writlug. For full particulars an outtlt free, address, Gkouue Stinson & Co. Portland, Maine. MORRIS * LEVY’S ADVERTISEMENT. GREAT Reduction Sale SEE OUR NEW DISPLAY! NEW LIST FOR JULY. New Ribbons in All Shades. New Sash Ribbons in All Shades. Children’s Mitts, All Shades, 25c. per Pair. Ladies’ Mitts, Black and All Shades, 25c. and Upwards. Ladies’ Black Gloves, Lisle Thread 25c. Ladies’ Colored Gloves, Lisle Thread, 25c. Ladies’ New Spun Silk Gloves and Jersey Silk Mitts. NEWHOSIERY. Ladies’ Black Full Finished Hose. Ladies' Spring Colors Full Finished Hose. Ladies’ Fancy Colored Hose. Ladies’Lisle Hose in Black and other Shad Grand Goods at 25c. and upwards. Ladies’ Colored Silk Hose in all shades. See Oar Stock of Ladies’ and Children’s Hose. New Buchings, New Laces, New White floods. New Ginghams, PARASOLS-just the thing now. New Lawns, New Organdies, New Nalnaoo New Klounolngs, New Dotted SwIbb, P hi Lawns. CARPETS, WALL PAPER, OILCLOTH. o— .. New designs of Carpets and Wall Paper. In Millinory—New Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers, etc. GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS. A new line of Gents' Fine Underwear, Shirts. Hose, Collars, Cuffs, etc. A beautiful asaor • ment of Fine Tiee at REDUCED Price*. Call at our store, and don’t misslt. Very Respectfully, __ MORRIS & LEVY, SMALLPOX MURKS CKN BE REMOVED! LEON tfc CO London, perfumers to h. m. the Queen, have Invented and patented the world-renowned OBLITERATOR ! Which remove* Smallpox Marks of however long standing. The application Is simple end harmless, ceases no Inconvenience and con tains nothing In jnrions. Price, $2 50. 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 f. SHAW, General tent. 219 Tremont street, Boston, Mas* *4-tj The Empire Salodh. eng H1MTZE. s s : : Proprietor This new and attractive resort has lost been refitted, and Is one of the finest establishments of the kind in Bnreka. Oonneotod with the house ere oosy and eom for table PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS And the Gaming Department li oomplote in ev Sone W the eat and very best of LI quota and Cigar i be dispensed to patrons DBINE8, IBM (IBSTS. Bnreka, Sept. 18,1885. «19-tf CLAYTON’S FOB Sure and Speedy Care for Cuts, Sore*, Eruptions, Bruises, Insect Bites, Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Frost Bites, Chapped H.nds, Bore Lips, etc. It also cures Cows’ Sore Tests, all Sores on Horses, Saddle and Collar Oalls, Sores, etc., on animals. It possesses Wonderful Healing proper. |lgg ' Price per box. 25 cents, postpaid. Address the sole proprietor and manufacturer, WALTERS. CLAYTON, Ruby Valley, Elko County,Nevada. jl7-3n Dissolution Notice. The copartnership heretofore existing hetwsen J.L.Smith and R. J Doak, doing business under the Arm name of Smith A Doak, ia this day dissolved by mutual con sent. All parties indebted to the above Arm are requested to call and aett:e immediately. J. L. SMITH, R. J. DOAK. Eureka, Nevada, June 1, 1887. JS-lm FOR RENT. THE BARLEY MILL, FORMERLY occu pied by R, Reinhart, on North] Main i street. Eureka, Is for rent. Crain ground as beretofere. For further particulars, apply to GEO. FJBLISS. ureka,|May|18,1887. m2»-lm PROFESSIONAL OABDB. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—OF FICE in SKimxxL Building. jy2-tf G. HAMILTON, D. D. 8., Dentist, rooms, isj jmia Clark’s new brick building,MflE3K corner'of Monroe and Olark streets.^*** I nr Entrance on Olark street. DR. J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AID SURGEON EU reks, Nevada. Office and residence in the Byland Building, on Bateman street, op posite the Jackson House. dltf BENJAMIN SANDERS, Attorney at law and no tary Public. Office: four doors north of Eureka County Bank, Main street. Eureka, dl 3K0. W. BAKES. ». *«. WIXKS BAKER A WINES, Attorneys at law. office in the Opera House, Eureka, Nevada. F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office— At the Assessor's offloe. In the Courthouse SOCIBiTIBB. ST. JOHI’I CHAPTER, NO. 5. The stated convocations of st. John's Chapter, No. 5. B. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall on the Saturday next succeeding the pale of the moon In eaoh month. K. J. BE1D, H. P. A. D. Bock Secretary. 0, A, B. UPTON POST NO. 29. O. A. »., MEETS every Fourth Sunday evening of eaoh month, in Odd Fellows' Hall. Meetings com mence at 7-JO o'clock. MAT SOHATZLEIN, Commander. 0. B. Bid well, Adjutant. Old Jake Cohen IN THE FIELD AGAIN ! He has been appointed agent xn Eureka for the firm of John Wanamaker, John Wanamnker A Co. and Wanamaker A Brown, of Philadelphia, and is prepared to taka orders for any article that is for isle in the market. Ladies’ garments a specialty. Call and see the old pioneer, and be will furnish you with anything from a spool of thread to a bale of cotton. __ MEN'S CLOTHING k SPECIALTY. Samples can be seen at Knight Brot. 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 lie had a hell ami side hobbies on. The horse left the Spring Valley mines on June 4, and was seen at Page's ranch on the 5th. Any one find ing the animal and leaving him at J. L. Smith’s stable will be handsomely rowaided. jU E. H. BOSE. LINING TAX. ~ Notice is hereby given that the taxes on the proceeds of the mine-1 «t Eureka county for the quarter ending Dtbemi,* r 31,1886, are now due and payable to me »i my office iu Eureka; and the law In regard to the same will bo strictly enforced. 0. 0. WALLACE, Assessor of Eureka oounty, Nsvada,