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Eureka daily 0mtinel.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL PLATFORM. Fir«t—We pledge ourselves anew in the Constitutional doctrines and traditions of the Democratic party, as illustrated by the teachings and example of a long line of Democratic statesmen and patriots and em bodied in the platform of the last National Convention of the party. Second—Opposition to centralization and that dangerous spirit of encroachment which tends to consolidate the powers of all tbo departments in one, and thus to create—whatever be the forms of govern ment_a real despotism; no sumptuary laws; separation of Church and State for the good of each; common schools fostered and protected. Third—Home rule, honest money, the strict maintenance of public faith, con sisting of gold, silver and paper convert ible to coin on demaud. The strict main tenance of the public faith, State and National, and a tariff for revenue only. Fourth—The subordination of the mili tary to the civil power, and a general and thorough reform of tbe civil service. Fifth—Right to a free ballot as the right preservative of all rights, and must and •hall be maintained in every part of tbe United States. Sixth—Tbe existing administration, rep resentative of conspiracy only, and its claim of right to surronnd the ballot boxes with troops and Deputy Marshals to in timidate and obstruct elections, and the unpresidented use of the veto to maintain its corrupt and despotic power, insults the people and imperils their institutions. Seventh—The great fraud of 1870, by which, upon a false count of the electoral vote of two States, the candidate defeated at the polls was declared to be President, and for the first time in American history the will of the people was set aside under a threat of military violence, struck a deadly blow at our system of representa tive government. The Democratic party, to preserve the country from the horrors of a civil war, submitted for tlie time in the firm and patriotic faith that the people would punish the crime in 1880. This issue precedes and dwarfs every other. It imposes a more sacred duty upon the peo ple of the Union than ever addressed the conscience of a nation of free men. Eighth—We execrate the course of this Administration in making a place for po litical crime, and demand a reform by statute which shall make it forever impos sible for a defeated candidate to see his way clear to the seat of a nsnrper by bulleting villains upon the people. Ninth—The resolution of Samuel J. Til den not again to be a candidate for election to the exalted place to which he was elect ed by a majority of his countrymen, and from which he was excluded by the leaders of the Republican party, is received by the Democaats of the United States with sensibility, and that they declare their confidence in his wisdom, patriotism and integrity, which have resisted the assaults of the common enemy, and they further assure him that he is followed into the re tirement he has chosen for himself by the sympathy and respect of his fellow citizens, who regard him as one who, by elevating the standards of public morality, and adorning and purifying the public service, merits the lasting gratitude of his country and Ilia'party. Tenth—Free ships and a living chance for American commerce on the seas and on the land. No discrimination in favor of transportation lines, corporations or monopolies. Eleventh—An amendment of the Bur lingame treaty. No more Chinese immi gration except for travel, education and foreign commerce, and therein carefully guarded. Twelfth— Public money and public credit for public purposes solely, and public lands for actual settlers. Thirteenth—The Democ tic party is the friend of labor and the laboring man, and pledges itself to protect him alike against the cormorant and the commune. Fourteenth—-We congratulate the coun try upon the honesty and thrift of the Demooratio Congress, whioh has reduced the publlo expenditure $10,000,000 a year; upon the continuation of prosperity at home and the national honor abroad, and, above all, upon the promise of such a change in the administration of the gov ernment as shall insure its genuine, lasting reform in every department of the public service. CHINESE_CURE8 I DR. MKN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, IB PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENTS Df the most scientific manner. He has mads medicine his lifetime study, and oures almost every disease. He cures rheumatism in a short time. Hs has new remedies for all SPECIAL DISEASES, and can curs them very quickly. His medicines are all given hot. He uses uo cold remedies. He has mads a number of astonishing cures, and all persons ailing should at once comault him. Chronic diseases yield readily to his remedies, and cures where many others have failed. NOTICE—I am a graduate of the medloal School of Canton. OFFICE—Bed Building, west side of Monro# •treat. jel tf DR. CHIN CAM, WHE OELEBBATED CHINESE PHYSICIAN 1 would announce to the people of Eurek. th.t h. treats auocesefully ill diuu. to which the Doth la h.lr. Chronic DIumm or all kind, yield to hit superior .kill. Charge. Keaaonable. gy*Gsn be conaulted st the store of Win, Chong, Honroe street. Enreke, Sept. 1«, 1878. elT-tf NOTICE TOJRAVELERS. PARTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO RAIL WAY Ststions will pleeee procure ticket, et the Jaekaon House, or st the Faahton Stebles end lease orders to be celled. W. H. SWEENEY k 00., OCli-tf Bue Proprietors. Notioe of Dissolution. TO ALL PERSONS WHOM IT MAY CON oern : The co-partnership heretofore ex isting of Farmer k Leaser, proprietors of the New York Store, has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Farmer retaining the entire Stock of Goods, Store Fixtures, and all outstanding accounts. J. D. FARMER. JULIUS LESSER. Eureka, June 80,1830. jyl lm Dissolution of Co-partnership. rflBE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXI8T J. lug between Grehun, Hlutze k McSorley. Is this d.y dlseolved by mutual couBent. Hlntae k McSorley will continue the business et the old etend, and will pay ell Indebtedness owing by the late firm, end will collect >11 bill, due the (ante. A. HINT/E, es. mcsorley, CHAS. GRAHAM. Eureka, July *, 1880. Jy7.1m Dissolution of Copartnership. THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting between the undersigned, under the firm name of Ganavan k Le Van. la this day dissolved by mutual conaeot. P. P. Canavan will continua the buainese at the old stand, and Will pay all Indebtedness owing by the late Ann, and will oollect all bills due the same. P. P. GANAVAN. « . D. W. LkVAN. Eureka, July 8,1880. Jy4-lm DISSOLUTION. mHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE X •dieting between Mra. F. 8. Terle.se and Mies E. M. Wlndle, In the 8alnt Louie Restau rant, la this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mra. Tarlease will pay all outatandlng bills and collect all due the late firm. Signed : F 8. TARLEASE, E. M. WINDLE. Eureka, Nev„ July 10,1880. Jy 11-lw* Billhead*, letterhead* d Cards, printed at tbs lutirn Office idusd prtcae WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS. Ml. B. BARTLETT, DEALER IN THE FINEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS A. INT 13 iFJj-A/SrilfcTGh CLA-IE&IDS. lias «>** Hand n Complete Assortment of Ulssavare. Buy: ■' oil hi» ihnols ill the East he can and will compete with San Franciaco Prices. Enreka, Aj vl it. i.«, apr6-tf __ _ GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. R. SADLER & CO. North Main Street, EUREKA, - - NEVADA. -0 -DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE! GROCERIES, and PROVISIONS ! -0 OLOTHIWG ! BOOTS and SHOES. -0 HARDWARE and TINWARE I -0-i -A- FULL LINE of the LATEST STYLES of WALL PAPER AG-ENTB FOH FOREIGN and HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES! -Also, Agents for the CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, -AND HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I KTGoods delivered to all parts of town, free of charge. _ R. SADLER & CO. * Eureka, January It, X8X0. _ jJJjb tf W. E. DAVIDSON, Bookseller, Stationer and Newsdealer, POST-OFFICE BCILSISO, EUREKA.NEVADA A FULL LINE OF Blank Books and Stationery Of every description kept constantly on hand. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR New Tork Weekly, Illustrated Times, New York Ledger, Chimney Corner, Fireside Companion, New York Clipper, Family Story Paper, Harper’s Weekly. Saturday Night. Leslie’s Weekly, Police Oaaette, Police News, and other The Varieties, Eastern Periodicals, Which will be promptly delivered by carriers. Eureka, October SO, 18T». ocSl-tf COAL OIL! Safety Astral WATER°WHITE. 150 TEST GOAL OIL, AT 98.78 PIE R. SADLER & CO’S. Eureka, March 1,1880. mrl tf San Francisco Lodninn - Honse FOR SALE I A PARTY WHO WILL PURCHASE THE furniture of the Ban Francisco Lodging House, can rent the building, containing 18 rooms, at a very reasonable price. The house bas a very good run of transient custom. None but responsible parties need apply. Eureka. June4,1880. J'C' BLASEj5?tf T HLAEKS. OF AI.L I>K TMEL'oSttC* Prin**1 *° ord“ •* tt* BKM CALISHER BROS. NEW8 AGENTS And Dealers In FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. BLANK BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS, NOTE AND LETTER PAPER, FANCY PAPETRIES, STATIONERY, TOYS, CUTLERY, SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. -Also— Navels, Eastern Pictorials and Magaalnee al ways on hand. Subscriptions received (or any of the San Francisco Dallies or Weeklies. Agents for the Virginia “ Enterprise ” and "Chronicle.” ■T-Remember the place— CALISHER BROS, 19 Main street. Enreka, January 7,1879. JanStf LIVERY, FEED ADD SALE STABLE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, MOORE BHO’8., ... Prop’s. A GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS WILL be conducted In all ita branches. Horses bought and sold. Horeee boarded by the day, week or month. Elegant turnoute, four in hand, double or ■ingle, can alwaye be procured. Hay and Grain for Sale. Persons patronising us will alwaye find good treatment and reasonable price*. Eureka,Oct. 33, 1879. 0M«t CHINESE STORE ! Notice is hereby given that i have this day bought the store and lot, and goods ami build 1- g formerly owned and kept by Ah Sing, on Monroe street. In the town of Eureka, State of Nevada, where I will keep e full line of Chinese goods. SAM 8ING. Eureka, May 16,1690. Ja 19-1® PRINTING.__ THE EDMDAIL newspaper —AND— JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Corner of Monroe null Bateinnn lit". PRINTING DONE TO ORDER, WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. —UPON THE— Most Reasonable Terms AND AT THE LOWEST CASH RATE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, RECEIPT BOOKS, BILL HEAPS, LETTER HEAPS, LEGAL BLANKS, ELECTION TICKETS Printing:, In Colors, Printing:, Plain or Fancy, Printing: |in A I Stylo ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK MINING STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION or theatrical FOSTERS! FLYEBS, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BALL TICKETS, DODGERS, WEDDING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, LABELS AGS, ETC THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL IB DELIVERED BT CARRIERS Throughout Eureka and Ruby Hill, and i» furnished by agents In all localities in Eastern Nevada. It is aent by mail to all parts of the oountry and the world. No One Is Fully Posted, or. Up to the Times, WHO DOCS NOT RKAD THE! EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL (ESTABLISHED *IN 1871). Is published every morning except Monday and its circulation is the moat general and extensive among mining and business people, families, etc., throughout Eastern Nevada, and also in all the Pacific Coast States and Territories, which ren ders it the best and HOST EFFICIENT HEDI CM —FOR— MINING. BUSINESS AND ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. BUSINESS MEN. PROFESSIONAL MEN, PRACTICAL MEN. Are respectfully invited to s careful inspection and criticism of our ADVERTISING COLUMNS. THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL IM A FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, And is thoroughly identified with the best in* terests of the country, and all classes of the people, from the MINER, or the MECHANIC, to the MERCHANT er BANKER. It gives the LATEST NEWS.both telegraphic and otherwise, from all sec* tlons of the world. Everybody Reads It! A. SKILLMAN. GEO. W. CASSIDY CASSIDY & SKILLMAN, Proprlaton, TRAVELERS’ GUIDE._ EUREKA AND PALISADE SEW .IKRASUENESTN 1 On and after December 29,1H79, A FAST TRAIN WILL RUN FOR Pnaaengera, .HalIn, and Exprena ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka daily at.4:00 a. m. Arrive at Pallaade at. 8-30 a. m. Making connection with Bast iand Went Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. RETURNING : Leave Pallaade daily at.3:45 p. m. Arrive at Eureka at.8:30 r. M Freight and Accommodation Trains Leaves Eureka dally at.600 a. m. Arrives at Palisade at.3:30 P. M. Leaves Palisade dally at.6:30 A. M. Arrives at Eureka at.6:40 P. M. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON, WARD, PIOC'HE, TTBO, BELMONT, And all point* *onth, by it* team*, with car* and dispatch, and *t th« lowest rate*. P. EVERTS. Goueri.1 Snp’t. Eureka. December 39.1879. EUREKA, HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAGERS LINE! GILMER * SALISBURY, Propr’a. CVONNEOTINQ WITH THE ECREKA AND J Pallsedo Railroad. Leaves Eureka for HAMILTON, WARS and PIOCHE, Every morning, at 7 o'clock. Leaves Plochefor Ward, Hamilton and Euraka avery day, at 7 o’clock a. M. Carrying C. 8. Mail and Wells, Pergo k Oo’e Eipreae. Tine American horses and new Concord SO aches, offloe at the Poatofflce. mil ~ ASSESSMENT NOTICES. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Sterling Mining Company. Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Lo cation of works, Eureka District, Eureka coun ty, State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Tenth day July, 18K0, an assessment (No. 1) of thirty cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company, 416 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Fifteenth day of August, 1880, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Monday, the Sixth day of September, 1880, to pay the delin quent assessment together with costs of adver tising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. J. D. BAILEY, Secretary. Office—No. 416 California street, San Fran cisco. California. Eureka, July IS, 1880. Jyl6-td NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Jackson Bflnlnir Company. Location of principal place of business, Ban Francisco, California. Lo cation of works, Eureka, Nevada. Notice is hereby giveh, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 9th day of July, 1880, an assessment, No. 12, of fifty cents per Bhare was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company. 408 California street, Room 4, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 13th day of August, 1880, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction ; and unless payment la made before will be sold on Wednesday the 1st day of September, 1880, to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Boaid of Directors. E. N. SHAW, Secretary. Office—408 California street, Room 4. San Francisco, California. Eureka, July 12,1880. Jyl3-td Assessment Notice. FOURTH JULY GOLD AND SILVER Mining Company.—Location of principal Dlace of business. San Francisco, California. Location of works, Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada. Notice ia hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Fif teenth day of June, 1880, an assessment, No. 3,of ten cents per share, was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable imme diately, in United States gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company, Room IS, No. 310 Pine street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid en the Twentieth day of July 1880, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at publlo auction; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on TUESDAY, the TENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1880, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expanses of sale. By ordsr of tbs Board of Directors. J. W. PEW, Secretary. Office—Room IS, No. 310 Pine street, 8**u Francisco, California. Jel8-td TOTS PAPFR MAY BK FOUND ON FILE 1U10 I i\rrjli at Geo p Howell k Co's Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St.) where advertising contracts may be made for it in NEW YORK $C tn con p*r home. Samples 0 10 worth free. Address Brig. Co., Portland,Mains, APPLICATIONS FOB PATENT. application!™ a patent TO THE SEVENTY-SIX MINE—No. 571.— U. 8. Land Office. Eureka, Nevada, June 3, 1880.—Notice is hereby given, that The Seventy-Six Mining Company, whose post office address is New York, New York, has this day filed its application for a patent for fifteen hundred (1,500) linear feet of the Seventy-Six mine, or vein bearing silver, with sur face ground four hundred (400) feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Dis trict, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes an 3 official plat on file in this office as Lot No. Two Hundred and Nineteen (219). The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. -19 being as follows, to-wit. . Variation, 16if degrees east. Beginning at a post marked No. 1, U. S survey. No. 219. This post stands on the southern boundary of V. n. survey No. 154, Clipper Lode; whence post No. 4 of said Clipper survey b-ars 8 b6 degrees , 179 3-10 feet; the flagstaff in tLe town of Eu reka bears N 2 degrees 52 minutes, K 6,CH‘- feet. U. S. mineral monument No. 6 bears N 16 de grees 31 minutes, E 4,306 feet, and the main sha) t upon this lode bears 8 6)4 degrees, W 745 feet. Thence running: First course. N 86 de grees, E 400 feet along the southern boundary of said Clipper survey to post marked No. 2 U. 8. survey No. 219: thence: Second course, 8 1654 degrees, W 1,500 feet to post marked No. 3 U. B. survey No. 219;thence: Third course. 8 80 degrees, W 400 feet to post marked No. 4 U. 8. survey No. 219; and thence: Fourth course, N 16 54degrees,E 862 6-10 feet to the southern bound ary of U.8.survey No.153,Keystone Lede.whence post No. 3 of said Keystone survey bears N 8754 degree, E 96 4-10 feet, 1,085 1-10 feet to the eastern boundary of said Keystone survey 1,500 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning. 8o much of this survey as conflicts with U. 8. suruey No. 153 Keystone Lode, is hereby ex cluded. Said conflict is described as follows: Beginning at post No. 3 of said survey No. 153 Keystone Lode, and running thence: First course, S £7 54 degrees, W 9C 4-10 feet; thence: Second course. N 1654 degrees, E 222 5-10 feet; an thence* Third course, 8 9 degrees, E 211 3-10 feet, to the place of beginning, containing 23-100 acres, which tract being excluded from this survey leaves remaining 12 67-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the north by the Clip per and west by the Keystone. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada, on pages 292 and 293 in Book E, of the Mining Records of said Dis trict. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Seventy-Kix mine, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days’ period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. jun3-60d JAB. McMARTIN, Register. DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and for Eureka county, State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends greeting to George Bussell, Isabella Bussell, Margaret Bussell, William Q. McMurray, Eliz abeth McMurray, Amelia G. McMurray, West McMurray, James McGuffle. Michael C. McDonald, M. P. Gosset and David Service. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against you rs defendants by J. H. Alderson and J. 8. Whitton, as plaintiffs, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is onfile.with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the service on you of this summons (exclusive of the day of service), if served in said county, or twenty days if served out of said county but within this District, and in all other cases forty days; or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a de cree of this Court for the foreclosure of two certain mortgages described in the said com plaint, one of aaid mortgages executed by the said M. P. Gossett, snd David Service on the ‘24th day of September, A D. 1879, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note executed by M. P. Gossett, executor, and devisee of Joliu Bussell, deceased, for two thousand dollars in gold coin, and interest thereon at the rate of three per cent per month, dated September ‘24th, A. D. 1878, and payable to J. If. Alderson or order, six months after the date thereof, and the other mortgage executed by George Bussell and Isabella Bussell by George Bussell her attorney in fact; Margaret Bussell, by George Bussell, her attorney in fact; Wm. G. i McMurray and Elizabeth McMurray, by Wm.G. McMurray. her attorney in fact; Amelia G. Mc Murray by Wm. G McMurray. her attorney in fact, and Weat McMurry, by Win. G. McMur ray, hia attorney in fact, on the 9th day of De cember, A. D. 1878, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note executed by the parth a to aaid mortgage lest aforesaid forTwelve Hun dred dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of three per ceut. per month from date, all payable In gold coin and aaid note dated De cember 9th, A. D. 1878, and by the terms there of, payable on or before the 9th day Of August, A. D. 1879, to J. II Alderson and J. 8 Whitton. or order, and said mortgage was ala* executed as aforesaid to secure the payment of the said sum of Two Thousund dollars and interest named in the note of M P. Gosaett. as aforesaid and the mortgage of M. P. Gosrett and David Service as aforesaid, and also to secure any aum that should thereafter be advanced by said J. H. Alderaon and J. 8. Whitton, as pro vided In aaid mortgage and fully aet forth In the complaint herein. Also for the sum of Six Hundred dollar*, advanced by said J. H. Alderaon and J. 8. Whitton, after the execu tion of said mortgage as fully set forth in the complaint on file in <bl« action, together with all interest now due on said notes, and for said advance*; and all interest to become due up to date of payment of aaid several sutua of money. and for all attorney'* fee*, ami me coat* or mis action, an prayed for in *aid complaint, on file In this action, that the premise* conveyed by said mortgage may he sold and (he proceeds applied to the payment of said Indebtedness and interest and costs. And in caae such pro ceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against tha said George Russell, Isabella Russell, Margaret Russell, Win. G. McMurray. Elizabeth jicMurray, Ame lia G. McMurray, West McMurray, aud M. P. Gossett, for the balance remaining due; and also, that th<* said defendants and all persona claiming by, through or under the said George Russell, Isabella Russell. Margaret Russell, Wm, G. McMurray. Elizabeth M< Murray, Ame lia G. McMurray, West McMurray, and M. P. Gossett, be barred and foreclosed of all rights, title, claims, liens, equity of redemption and interest in and to said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief, as will more fully appear by reference to the complaint on file herein. And you are notified, that if you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the relief demanded In the •aid complaint. GEO. W. BAKER, and BISHOP k SABIN, PIff*. At'ys. Dated Eureka, Nevada, April 10. A. D. 1880. may7 3m District Court^ Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, Id and for Eureka county, State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends greeting to the Wyandotte Silver Mlniug Com pany : You are hereby required to appear iu an actiou commenced agaiuut you, an defendant, by R. Sadler and J. ii. Alderaou. an plaintiffs, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of F.ureka, State of Nevada, st the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the service on you of this summons (exclusive of the day of ser vice), if served In said county, or twenty days if nerved out of said county, but wltbln this district, and in all other cases forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The a*ld action is brought to recover Judg ment against you, the said defendant, for the recovery of the sum of Four thousand four hundred and twenty-two and eighty one-hun dredths dollars, for labor and service per formed for you by Alexander Beatty; also, for labor and services performed for you by Mrs. W. A. Beatty, his wife; also, for money paid, 1 iid out and expended for your use and benefit by Alexander Beatty; also, for legal services performed for you by Geo. W. Baker, the ac counts of all which said services, labor and expenditures for yon, have been duly assigued to the plaintiffs. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiffs will take Judgment against yon for the sum of $4,422.80. In Testimony Whebeof, I, E. R. i MIC A Li Dodge, have hereunto set my t t hand and affixed the seal of said Court this 31st day of May, A. D. 1880. E. R DODGE, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Eureka county, Nevada. By E. M. Bell, Deputy Clerk. John T.Bakxb and G.W.Baxer,Plaintiffs’ At torneys. Eureka, July 21,1880. Jy22-8ra FOR RENT. THXI 0TORH Now Occupied by Sum Friedman, Opposite paxton a oo.'B bank, will be for rent bv tbe Flret of SIhv. In. quire of THOMAS MURPHY, Eureka. April JS, 1HH0. atatf JOB PKINTIXU, OF ALL !>».. acrlpttcna, executed with naatneea and texpatch at th Banian OSae 1 MISCELLANEOUS. WTh« 6mt Carriage laiaht. luring Honae of the World. EMERSON, HU k CO, Cincinnati, Ohio. TOP-BUGGIES AND PHAETONS ! Rest material, good workmanship, hand some styles, strong and durable vehicles, in every respect. 70,000 CARRIAGES! Manufactured by emekson, fisher A Co., are now In use In every part of the American Continent. They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted. They have received testi monials from all parts of the country, of pur port sirni lar to the following, hundreds of which are on file, subject to inspection : Qalva. 111., July 16, 1879. Messrs. Emerson, Fisher A Co.—Dear Blrs : I have used one of your top-buggies three years, and three of them two years, in my livery stable, and they have given me perfect satis faction and are in constant use. OSCAR SMALLEY. Newbkuby, 8. C., July 17.1879. Messrs. Coppock A Johnson—Dear Sirs : have been using the Emerson A Fisher buggy bought from you, as roughly, 1 suppose, ss any one could. I had a fast horse; drove him at full speed, sometimes with two grown ladies and myself in the buggy, and it is to-day worth all the money I paid for it. I say, the Emerson A Fisher buggies will do. A. M. TEAGUE. Farmer. The favorable reputation the carriages have made in localities where they have been used for several years by liverymen, physicians, farmers and others, requiring hard and constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which the manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment hn>e been extended, enabling them now to turn out, in good style, 360 Carriages a Week. •ST’Bend for styles and Price-list. Jan21 tf Manufactured only under the above Trade Mark, by the EUROPEAN 8ALICYL1CA MEDI CINE CO., of Part* and Leipzig. Immediate Relief Warranted, Permanent Cure Guaranteed. Now exclusively used by by all celebrated Physicians of Europe and America. The highest Medical Academy of Paris, re porta 95 cures out of 100 cases within three days. Keeret- The only (ifNolver of |>ol moiioiiw lrl«* Arid which cxImIm In the ■flood ol liliruinntlr and Ciouty l*a tleutii. CURED. CURED. CURED H. 8. Dewey, Esq., 201 Broadway, lutlamiua* tory Rheumatism. J. Leavey, Esq., 455 Washington Market, Chronic Rheumatism. Mrs. E. Towne, C3 East Ninth street (chalky formationa in the joints). Chronic Rheums* tism. A. M. Prager, 74 Newark avenue, Jersey City, Chronic Rheumatism. John F. Chamberlain, Esq,, Washington Club, Washington, D. 0., Rheumatic Gout. Wm E. Arnold, Esq.. 12 Weyboaaet street, Providence, R. I., of twenty years' Chronic Rheumatism. John B. Turngate, 100 Sanchez street. San Francisco, Neuralgia and Sciatica. Ear Malarial, Jutrrmittmt ami Ufa unit Errrr*, Chill*, or Ague. 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