eureka daily sentinel.
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THE OKUOKIO or EsTlIKK.
From all we can learn we gather
t'mt the prc-eniaiion of the < tratork) of
Esther on Friday ami Katun lay will
prove a noteworihy event with our
musle loving public. Every Sunday
school scholar knows the history of
Esther and Ahaimorns, and each of us
lias some |>ci abomination—political or
personal—w hom he would like to hang
higher than Hainan. Hut it is not
gmerally known that tlie composition
<>( Esther, some twenty years ago
marked an epoch in the history of
music. It was the (list effort bv an
American com poser to achieve success
in tlie higher walks of dramatic sacred
music. Sot only did the maestro,
Wm. B. Ilradhury, of Connecticut,
achieve success, but his success was
greater than had ever before been
known. Competent judges state that
Esther has lieen oftoner presented,
aliko in Europe and America, than all
the other oratorios put together. It
placed it* author in the first rank of
musical coin posers, l’rof. Halleck is
more than satisfied with hi* dramatis
personal, and wo predicta great ti’eat
lor all lover* of music and the ilrunia.
KkvkbalJackAshEtt.-- While Deputy
< oumy Assessor I took was at work on
tlie assessment roll in his ollice, yes
terilay, ho came to the item of jacks
*ri'l jennies, enumerated under tho
hoatl ot personal property, and became
eeply engaged in a calculation to
,w tlie number and value of those
annuals in Kuroka county. While
ills engaged, a man entered the ollice
nncI, noticing that the Captain wits
leep.y absorbed, interrupted his cal
culations by asking him what he was
JJguring on. “I'm trying to find out
now many jackasses there are in this
county,” replied llm Captain. “How
many do you calculate there arc?”
, ke,| the inquisitive stranger; “I
navti t added up yel,” said lho As.
sessor, hut there are probably a couple
!' hundred on the randies aud one or
■*°. running around tlie Court-house
Jn Town.—Mr. Ward, proprietor of
ll*B eating station on the Kureka ami
1'alisude railroad, was in town last
Nitfht, oil his way homo from White
1 mo, whither ho had hoen to attend to
u aw suit in tlio District Court of tliat
'■'"inty. Ho won his ease and coos
"oiuo tooling all o. K. The Sk.itini t.
‘•row extend thanks to Mr. Ward for a
uurKt of fiiiirraut Havanas.
On Spring street, last evening, a
poor little hoy was endeavoring to fly
a kite. There was no wind, and the
littlo fellow was growing cross and
discouraged, when a loose wrapper
surmounted by a head of uncombed
female hair appealed at the front door
of the house in front of which ho was
playing, and called: “You, George
llen-er re, come right hero this minnit
and pack in some chips, go’s 1 can git
"Can’t yer never let a fellor have a
min mi’s pleasure?” was George Hen
ry’s reply, as lie commenced to wind
up his kite string.
"You talk back to me, do you, you
red-headed, ugly little image of ens
-eilness? I’ll just take the bide clean
oil’ your back in about a minnit and a
(fnailer if you open your head to say
another word,” screeched the woman.
"Just tlien a male voice interposed
with, "Oil, let tlie hoy piay; I’ll go
and get tlie chips.’
“You will, will you?" responded the
ira’c female. "I’d just like to see you
uil ’em. I should think you’d oughler
(live more seti<o than to teaeli that
ornery brat to disobey me and set my
commands at defiance.”
"Well, then, let the d — n brat bring
the chips, if you want to,” said the
•' i DU cull my child a brat: scream
cd tlie woman. “Oh, that I should
live to see the day to hear my child
called a brat, and that by my own hus
band! Come here, darling; here’s
your own father calls you a brat.”
“Why you cal'ed him a brat first,”
said the man, meekly.”
“Well, if I (lid, I didn't call him a
'tamn Inal. If ton want supper you'll
have to cook it yourself; me and
i Icorge ilenery will go over to mot licr's
and git i >er. v» here we won't lie
called da, . 1 bruts—will we, George
Then tlie man filed out of the house
in a crowd hy himself, and said lie
guessed he could get supper at one of
the lunch stands; and the last the
neighbors heard of the woman she was
veiling to Ilia man to come back and
“pack in them chips,” and she would
cook supper, even if her back was
Extending the Narrow gauge.
On Saturday next a part}' of capitalists
will arrive here from San Francisco,
with a view of making an excursion to
I lie Colorado river to examine a route
for a proposed extension of tlie road
southward to a point on that stream.
The party will consist of Edgar Mills,
President of the Eureka and Palisade
Kaiiroad; I. I,. Kagan. Superintendent
of tlie Chobar mine at Virginia; John
W. Shaw, P. Everts, Superintendent of
the Eurckaaml Pali«ade Kaiiroad; and
I'lioiiias Hell, of the San Francisco
ha iking firm if Farron cV Co., and one
of the directors of tlie Hank of Cali
fmnia. If it should lie decided to ex
tend the road a» above siated, its com
pletion would afford increased facili
ties of communication to many now
isolated mining camps, and would
have the effect of bringing out many
kn itfn mining districts lying to tlie
southward, the resources of which anj
now unavailable, owing to their re
moteness. it is to the interest of Eu
reka, and, in file', all Eastern Nevada,
that the contemplated extension lie
II minted.—The house on Duel street
formerly occupied by Kate Miller, tlie
woman stabbed two weeks ago, is
haunted. The disembodied spirit of
the late occupant lias returned and,
according to the stories told, is acting
in a lively manlier for one who is sup
posed to lie dead. A woman living
next door became so frightened a' the
racket the ghost was kicking lip, that
she has vacated the house owned by
her and gone further dow n the street.
A well known spiritu alist in town in
tends interviewing the spirit, anil hold
a stance ill (lie haunted house. If
«uch a meeting lakes place, there will
b« a lively time for some parlies.
‘■Rest, perturbed spirit, rest.”
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Let Off Ka.ny.—In the Justice’s
Couit yesterday, at the conclusion ol
the examination of Mary Irwin
charged with the murder ot Kale Mil
ler, Justice Realty, in rendering judg
iin iii, commanded tint the defendant
lie committed to await the action of the
Grand Jury, without bail. One of the
spectators, on hearing this judgment,
remarked to his neighbor: ‘'That's let
ting her oH pretty easy; without any
Ruby Hill Delegation.'— At a
meeting of the Democrats ot Ruby
Hill proper, held night before last, the
following gentlemen were selected as
candidates, to lie voted for Saturday,
for delegates to the Democratic County
Convention which meets in Kureka on
the lititli instant: .1. C. Colgan, T. S.
Ilmwn. John Carroll, John Wallace,
W. G. Squires and John Flavin.
II eld to Answer.—Mary Irwin, the
woman who stabbed Kate Miller, two
weeks ago, bad an examination before
Justice Realty yesterday, resulting in
her being hold to await the action of
tlie grand jury. The woman having
died of tier wounds, her assailant will
have to remain in jail until (lie neat
term of the District Court, not being
allowed to furnish hail.
Is Demand.—Bibles are in demand
just now. The oratorio of Esther is
coming olf and those who want to be
posted in regard to the plot of the
piece are hunting up tiie story in the
Wood Book. Wo met one young lady
yesterday thus employed, who said
site 11ml got to tlie psalms of David
and had not yot struck tpieen Esther's
Increased Activity.—The business
of smelting ores is quits active at
present in this town, there being live
smelting works now in operation.
These are, the Hiehmond, K K, Atlas,
Matamoras and Eureka Consolidated—
most of them running to their full ca
«— - ♦
Specimens. — A box containing a
number of very rieli specimens of ore
from tlie I'vbo mines, was among the
express mailer for California this
The State University.—We direct
attention to the advertisement of the
State University to be found under the
head of “New To-day.” Mr. Sessions,
the principal, is one of the most ac
complished teachers on the coast, and
the school being yet smalt ho has am
ple time to bestow on each student.
This is an advantage that should have
great weight with parents and guardi
ans seeking the most favorable place
for the education of their children.
Klko is nicely situated on the Hum
boldt river, ami its climate is mi ur
passed in the Stale. Ii is o n generally
understood, perhaps, that no cost is
made for in.lion or room rent, and
only seven dollars a week i o hoard s
charged at the State University. The
school deserves to ho limit np amt
strengthened by the people of the
State. It is especially convenient to
Kureka, being in easy reach by rail,
and such of our citizens as have chil
dren toeducate will find it to i heir ad
vantage to patronize the Sta.e I'niver
sity. There is no reason why the peo
ple of Nevada should not make it take
rank as one of the most popular insti
tutions of learning on the coast. Their
Stale pride, if itoLhiug else, should im
pci them to do this. Let us give the
California schools tiie go-by and build
up our own. The State pays all ex
penses save hoard, and that item is
placed at a reasonable rate.
Charged with Burglary. — On
Monday night Peter Jeffreys found a
man in his barn, on Spring street, en
gaged, as lie alleges, in untying one of
his horses. The man, who gives the
name of John Furey, was arrested by
oliicer McKee, on the complaint of
Jeffreys, charging him with burglary,
and It s examination on the charge is
set for one o’clock this alter'noon, be
fore Justice Beatty. Furey’s friends
claim 111Lit his presence in the barn was
without felonious intent; that ho was
suffering with a sore eye an i went into
tlie barn for water with "Which to bathe
it; and, seeing the horse loose, was in
llin act of tying it up when Jeffreys
turned up. In view of the conflict he
tween the statements of Furey and
Jeffreys, it remains for Justice Beatty
to decide whether tlie former was en
gaged in tying the horse fast or tying
it loose at the time the latter entered
the barn; and, even if the latter, it is
an open question whether tying an
other man’s horse loose in another
man's barn is a felony or only at
tempted horse stealing, which is a light
grade of crime compared to the actual
getting away with a horse, which, in
this instance, was a mare.
Judges and Clerks.—A gentleman
writing from ltiihy Hill suggests that
the Democratic County Central Com
mittee should select Judges and Clorks
for the primaries on Saturday. It is
too late now for the committee to get
together, and besides, the call for the
convention, as published in the Senti
nel, contains a recommendation that
tlio i eople of the several precincts
elect their own election hoards. There
can he no possible objection to this
mode of procedure, and cortainly the
people themselves can as easily select
their judges and clerks, as to have the
Central Committee do it for them.
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Meeting ok Democrats.—We are
requested to state that there will he a
meeting of llie Democrats of Precinct
No. 1 (the north half of town), at the
building of II. Kind, this evening at\
7:.‘I0 o’clock, for the purpose of nonii
Mating a ticket to lie .supported at tlie
primary election on Saturday. A full
attendance of the Democrats of that
ward is especially desired.
Gun Stolen. — Captain Hubbard
complains that some miscreant has
stolen one of llieguns from the armory
of the National Guard. The gallant
Captain decares that if he can find the
thief, he will bring tlie entire civil and
military power of the Commonwealth
to bear to punish him for the theft.
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Eureka Hotel.—The proprietress
of the Eureka Hotel has a business
card in this morning’s Sentinel. She
lias tine, comfortable rooms, and her
house is quiet and well kept. It is
centrally located and oilers all the in
ducements ol a pleasant home.
Hose Meeting.— Foreman Hank
Knight requests us to call the Rescues
together at 7:30 o’clock this evening.
A lull attendance of the members is
desired, as business of importance is to
Silver Bars.—The Richmond Com
pany, this morning,shipped by Wells,
Fargo .V Co., to Now York, eight bars
of bullion, valued at $12,812 20.
Fivk Thoubanb Cigars at twenty-two and
a half dollar* per thousand, cash, at the
Golden Rule Store, one door south of Paxton
A Oo.’i Bank. §18
Closing Out.—I am dosing out my stoek of
book?, stationery, faney goods, etc., at bod- !
rock i rices to make room for a now stoek
trorn Now York, which will arrivo in twenty
days. Krory thing sold for cash at the lowest
figures. I ho most aonipleto stoek of drugs
and medicines in i'.a$tcrn Nevada. Preserip
tions carefully tilled by experienced drug
gist?. L. TJ£KR\.
Notici to Tkaiistkrs.—Tho Golden Rule
Store lias boon removed from tho old stand
to that formerly occupied by Sandy Van Al
stiuo, ono door south of Paxton Si Co.'s bank.
Go thero, boys, and toe Joe when you coiuo to
Watchxa ana Jowolry neatly repaired. If
you want to have your watches and jowolry
repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P.
Strler's jowelrv store, one door south of S.
A shim it Co., Main street. 22-apbilf
Fodxd.— A fine lino of gents furnishing
goods, cigars, tobacco, cutlery, stationery,
notions, etc , at tho new' quartor* of the
Golden Rule Store, one door south ot Paxton
A Co., bank, cheap for cash. s i tt
Charcoal.—Tho Golden Rule Store has re
moved from old quarters to the hous* form
erly occupied by Sandy Vnu Aistine as a sa
loon. liottem figures on everything sold.
Everything guaranteed uo represented, and
•old cheap for cash. se lf
Mirers, Attektior.-Tho Golden Kulo
Storo ha. moved to now quarters one door
5011th of Mo5sr«. I'aiton A Co.’s bank, wliero
you can go and find thu usual assortment of
ininor'e iindorclothing, overalls, jumper*, ci
gars, tobacto, cutlery, stationery, notion*,
Bsthjrci.—J. n. M. JIiid Ij givo» notico
thut hor'Mifror tho price of both* ut hi* pluco
will bo t'il'tjr ('cults. s.'S-l.-n
1> and gentlemen friends that tneir im
mense stock of
Spring & Summer Dry Goodo
C I. O rr II I N G
Has arrived, and thev invite them to inspect
the b utitifnl good* at their establishment
before purebn ;irtr I*.-where.
Their vtowh <vj.bi -f * m part of
In plain, plaid nod fti 1 >of, of newest shades.
PONGEES AND MOHAIR GOODS !
Carmelite Cloths, Baleros, Lawns.
An endless variety in Hosiery, Embroidery
Corsets, Kid Gloves, Luces, etc,
Pnrasah In nil Color* and W*m.
Ladies’. Musas’ and Children's Trimmed
Hats of the very latost styles from the
most fashionable ruillin rrs.
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN'S BUTTONED
AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERY
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
I* complete, nnd should bo inspected, as it
consists of every article appertaining to a
Fitat Class Clothing Establishment!
Onr motto i* toGIte the bent Gootls
for the leant Honey.
A? one «f tbo firm is residing in Ran Fran
cisco, all orders will bo punctually aCtomiod
MEYERS & FRANKLIN
R. SADLER & CO.,
MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEW,
Boniia Delivered Free of Untrue.
ro2tBIGU AZtfD ilOIVIE
ALSO FOR THE
California Powder Works, Hercu
les Blasting and Sport
z>. b. zrcr.ziiz. or go.
In l lie tsiil Express nulltllsiK,
Main Street, Eureka.
jytAWS AT SIliJlT ON
Am! all principal cities in the United States
Discount commercial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on
open account: Certificates or Special Deposits,
and will transact a
(kuirral ItuiikliiK lliisiunw.
Long oxp rienoc in the
Cf Wells, l argo A Co., justifies us in an
nouncing that wo will make
I'ullecCuus Irons Alsroosl n Sped.siIj
JOHIt A. RaXTON, ALLS* A, CURTIS, H. MUI.LRR
PAXTON & CO.,
Draw at sight, in sums to sun
Anglo-Californian Bank.San Fruncisco
J. A W. Seligman A Co.New York
1). 0. Mill! A Co.Sacramento
Decker A .1 owett.Marysville
Whito A MoCor.iick.Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial paper, Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency
on open account, Certiticuto, or Special De
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BaINKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK BOIUIIT AND SOLD
r. XI. HAIUttGN,
MOUNTY CLERK. AND EX-OFFICIO
l ) Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth
Judicial District, in and for tho County ol
Soroka, Statu of Nevada.
n all its branches, correctly executed. Ac
nowl - laments, Afliduvits, etc., lakon in any
tart of the town.
Office: Front corner room at the CourP
Bi i.i.ii ka ii v i.k.rmtiii Ans
and cards, printed at the SKN'Tl.N tl
I office, to order
All |»olltlr»l ml vrrll'tlng' n»<l Job
work iuikI hr rtnl'l lor In Rdvnncr.
Tlicre will hr uu *!•>, i:ilion from
/'IIIAKLE^ M. !’ 'ViMl IS A CANDI
\j date or (’on-tu.i , .-nlj • * to tho de
cision of th j Democrati 'Dm.: hip 1 • »nv» i»
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
\S7i; are ;.i to >;:rzK,i> to an
) nonnr i HK . C. LKYY »is a candi
date for County m- nl r, subject to tho de
cision of tho Doinocj^t.e County Convon
FOR COUNiY ASSESSOR.
\I7-E AllE AUTHORIZED TO AN
\y nouneo that J. C. l'U*v ELL is a can
didate for re-- lection to tho cilice of County
Assosgor, subject to the decision of the
Democratic i onnty convention. spDtd
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
tlfE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN
|V nouncH W. A. DliHLKY as n candi
diito fur thi> ofTioo of County llneorder, sub
juet lo the decision of tho Republican County
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR.
T RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY
1 self iis a f'Rfididate for th° office of County
.Surveyor, subjoet to tho decision of the Doni
ocratie County C«*nvontion, pledging myself
to abi l© bv said decision and to uso no ef
forts to defeat the wishes of tho party.
spTtd Wfl. EDWARDS.
CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE.
PMcOINKSS R KSI ’ ECTEU LL Y AX
• nounces hr.nadf as an 1 ndapoi'.d.nt
aandidate for UoncUbla, at the ensuing
(< EORGE W. (71 [.MORE IS A CAXDT
\ JT dato for r* -election to the office of Sheriff,
«ubieet to nomination by tho Republican
County County Convention. Sp5td
\I7 i: ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
If Frank J. Wallace, of Ruby Iiiil, a can*
dldnt»for tho office of Sheriff of Eureka coun
ty, subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention. »l-td
117 E ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOU X C E
?T K. Dk WIT l a candidate for tho offico
of Sheriff of Eureka county, subject to the
decision of tho Democratic County Conven
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A
candidate for tho office of SHERIFF of
huroka county, subject to the decision of the
ensuing Democratic County Convention.
;ti.3Dtd T. J. MAUPm.
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A
Candidate for re-election to the office of
Justico «f the Peace of Eureka Township,
before tho Democratic Township Convention,
jy-tf K. M. BEATTY.
HR. McKEK announces himself
• ns a candidate for the office of Con
stable for Eureka township at tho enduing
election. j yl‘2* tf
CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE’
f HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A:
1 a candidate for CONSTABLE for EureH.
Township, subject to tho nomination of the
Democratic Township Convention.
J. W. WALSH
Eureka, August 8d. 1876. aiH-td*
CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS
a candidate for CONSTABLE of Eureka
Town;hii, subject to the action ol the Eu
reka Township Convention.
au2">-td ALP. ClI A HTZ.
JC. BROWN ANNOUNCES IlIMSEUF
• ki* fi candidate tor COUNTY ASSES
SOR, aiibjc t to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention. aui26-td
o. DUNKIL. s. R x PH KI.
0. DUNKEL & CO.,
lornrr Ualu nn<l .lark hlrert,.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
1>IIY O O O I> S,
BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, ETC..
And Manufacturers of
I'AKMIUlHtE AM) WHITE SHIRTS
TOVALL is authorised to col
further no tic a. nu22
tpHE FIRM OF MAU1MN A CROMER IS
1 dissolved by mutual consent. All tho
assets of said lute tirm are assigned to II.
Muller and Chits, Holbrook for llie benefit of
all cr«ditors, who will close up the business
of the firm and distribute the proceeds among
the creditors T. J. MAUP1N,
L. W. CROMER.
Dated August 1st, 1K70.
All debts duo the late firm of Muupin A
Cromer must ba paid without delay to S. P.
Hull, at the store of said late firm, or to 11.
Mul er, at l’axten A Co’s Bank, and all ac
counts must be settled without delay.
Oil AS. HuLBROOK,
' Dated August 1st, 187ti.
X. S. TROWBRIDGE & 10.,
Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods, Etc.
Tl’HO, Sti: COIS1Y, M.VADA
District Court Summons.
in the District Court of the Sixth
Judicial District, in nn<l for
fCurekn county, Stntc of
rpJIE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS
J greeting to J. \V. Ellyson, N. lierfrand
ami W. 11. Alorriani.
Von aro hereby required to appear in an
action commenced against you as defendant
hv Thomas bothered us n lain tiff, in the Di
ther Court of tue Sixth Judicial District, in
and f ir tho county Of Eureka, State of Novn
du. at th > town of Eureka, and answer the
complaint therein, which is on file with tho
Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the
service on you ot this summons (exclusive of
tho day of service), if served in said county,
or twenty days if served out of said county
but within this uistiict, and in all other
cases f< rty days; or judgment by default
will b' taken egninst you, according to the
pr «yer < f said complaint.
'ill * s.iid action is brought to recover judg
ment against your, tho said defendants, for tho
recovery of tho sum of $021 00 inU.S. gold
coin, being the sum of $154 40 for goods,
wares and merchandise, and labor furnished
to you by idaintiff at your requost in tho
\ uars 1874 and 1875; also lor goods sold to you
by W. II. Clark to the amount of $16 in gold
coin; also for goods sold to you by It. F. Mc
Ewen to the amount of $48 in U. S. gold coin;
also tor labor and service performed for you
at your request by John T. Caleat to tho
amount of $208 in gold coin; and also for la
bor and service performed for you at your
request by Wm. Smith; all of said goods and
labor wore furnished in tho years of 1875 and
1876, and tho accounts of which have boon
duly sold and assigned to plaintiff.
And you aro hereby notified, that if you
fail to appear and answer tho said complaint
as above required the said plaintiff will take
judgment against you for tho sum of $621 60
in U. S. gold coin and costs of suit.
[L. S.] In testimony whereof, I, F. H. Har
mon, have hereunto set my hand and af
fixed the seal of said Court this 1st day of
August, A.D. 1876. F, II. HARMON,
Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District,
Eureka county, Nevada,
J oh x T. Dak h r, Attorney for plaintiff.
District Com Summons.
In the District Court of the Sixth
Judicial District, in and lor
tho County of Eureka,
State of Nevada.
rpHE STATE OK NEVADA SENDS
X greeting ts A. 11. Davis.
Veuare hereby required to appear in an
actios commenced against you a* defendant
by J. B. McKernan. at plaintiff, in the Dis
trict Court of the Sixth Judicial District, is
and for the county ol' Eureka, State of Ne
vada, at the town ot Eureka, and answer tho
complaint therein, which is on file with the
Clerk ol said Court, within ten days alter the
service oa you of this summons—exclusive of
the day of service—if served in said county,
er twenty days if served out of said county
but within this district, and in all ether cases
forty days; er judgment by default will bo
taken against you, according to the prayer of
The laid action is brought to recover judg
ment against you, the said defendant, for the
sum of u 179 75, United States gold coin; $830
of which is alleged to be due plaintiff from
defendant for goods, wares and merchandise
sold and delivered defendant by pluintiff, at
defendant’s request; $330 is on account alleged
to be due William Powell for certain services
rendered defendant by said Powell, and said
account being this day assigned to plaintiff;
5130 of which is en an account alleged to bo
due William Gillen for board and lodging
furnished defendant by said Gillen, and said
account boing this day assigned to plaintiff ;
1160 of which is on an aecoimt alleged to bo
due McDermott A McAvoy for work and la
bor performed by said McDermott A Me A Toy
for defendant, said account being this day as
signed to plaintiff: tm 73 is balance alleged
to bo due from defendant to A. W. Campbell
on a promissory note of date of February 4,
1574, said nete being this day assigned to
And you are hereby notified, that If you
fail to appear and answer the said complaint
as above required tho said plaintiff will take
judgment against you for $3,179 73 United
States gold coin, and costs of suit in like gold
?-®. In testimony whereof, I, F. H. Har
I, 8 mon, have hereunto set my hand and
-1 affixed the seal of said court this 18th
day of J uno A. D, 187S.
F. II. HARMON,
Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District
Eureka county, Nevada. iy20-law3in
To the Unfortunate.
NEW REMEDIES! NEW’ REMEDIES!
DR. CIBBON’S DISPEN
SARY, NU. B23 KEARNY ST.,
corner of Commercial, San Fran
cisco. l'rivate entrance on Com
mercial street. Established ia
ItvH, tor toe treatment oi aexum auu oeunnui
Diseases such as Gonorrhoea, Gleot. Stricture,
Syphilis in all its forms. Seminal Weakness,
Impoteney, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years'
standing, and Ulcerated Logs, etc., successful
I)K. GIBBON lias tho pleasure of announ
cing that he has returned from visiting the
principal hospitals of liuropo, and has re
The Doctor has spared neither time nor
money in seeking out new remedies, and has
returned with increased facilities for the alle
viation of human suffering.
Sominal emission is tho consequoncoof self
abuse. This solitary vice, or dopruved scxuai
indulgonce, is practicod by the youth of both
soxos to au almost unlimited extent, produc
ing with unerring certainty the following
train of morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scientific medical measures, vix.: Sallow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain
in the head, ringing in the oars, noise like the
rustling of loaves or rattling of chariots, un
easiness about tho loins, weakness of the
limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, dillidonco in approaching stran
Sors, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a
isposition to saun society, loss of memory
Kim pics and various eruptions about the face
eetic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath
eoughs. consumption, night sweats, monoma
nia, and frequently insanity. If rolief be not
obtained, you should apply immediately, ei
ther in person or by letter, and have a cure
offocted by his new and soiontiSc mode of
treating this disease, which never fiils of
effecting a quick and radical cure
fiirnl at Ilumx-.
Persons at a distance may be CUBED AT
HOME, b> addressing a letter to Dlt. GIB
BON, stating caso, symptoms, length of time
the disease has continued, ana have medicine
promptly forwarded, free from damage and
curiosity, to any part of the country, with
full and plain directions for use.
By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis
tered letter through the Postoflice, or
through Wolls, Fargo A Co’s, a package ot
medicine will be forwarded to any part of the
Persons writing to the Doctor will please
state the tiamo of the paper they see this ad'
All communications strictly confidential.
Address Dll. J. V. GIBBON,
Box 1P57, San Francisco. California.
_ jyl-lv _
Eureka Drug Store!
X«‘il Door io II. H. Iiiimcl
A tV* lltaaak.
Whore can bo found
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
Faints, Oils, Glass, Brushes,
f'arefnl attention given to the prorar**
i ap30ti r. J. bCilNElI'ER. DrussiK.
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