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THE DREXLER INDIGENT BILL. Ab Art Amendatory of and Nnpple. mentary to an Art KbI Hied. “ An Art to Create a Board or Connty (•Bimla'iloner* In the Mitral Coontfe* of this Stair, and to Dr* lie Their Datlea and Poaera.” The People of the State of Xevada, rep resented in the Senate and Assembly, do mad as follows : Section 1. Section four of said Act it hereby amended so as to read as follows : Section 4. If at any time after the final adjournment of a regular meeting the busi ness of the County shall require a meeting of the Board, a special meetingof thesame may be ordered by any member of the Board. The order shall be entered on the records of the Board, and the Clerk shall give notice of such special meeting and the time thereof to any member of the Board not joining in tbc order.” Sec. 2. h'o County Commissioner in this State shall have power or privilege to make any advance to any indigent or in firm or other person or persons, except the sick as a charity, under any pretext what ever, of any money, credit, security, mer chandise or other valuables, for any pur pose, until (he same shall have been passed upon and allowed at a meetingof the Board. Sec. 3. No County Commissioner or Board of County Commissioners in this State shall have power to make any appro priation or payment of any money, mer chandise or other valuable to any indigent poor, infirm, or other person or persons, except the sick as a charity, unless the same shall have been previously recom mended as necessary by .two or more pro perty taxpayers of the county. The re commendation must be in writing, and signed by two or more property taxpayer* of the county, and passed npon. and pay ment authorized by the Board of County Commissioners at a meeting of the Board, Sec. 4. No County Commissioner or Board of County Commissioners in this State shall hare power to make any appro priation or payment of any money, mer chandise or other valuable to any sick per son or persons, unless the same shall have been previously recommended in writing as necessary by a resident of the county. Sec. 5. No claim of any Commissioner for payment, allowance or advance of any money, merchandise or other property, to any indigent poor, infirm or sick person or persons, shall be allowed or paid, nnlees Sresented and authorized as provided in ections 3 and 4 of this Act. Sec. C. It shall be duty of the Board of County Commissioners to keep on file in the Connty Clerk's office all recommenda tions mentioned in Sections 3 and 4 of this Act, and the same shall he open to inspec tion to any resident of the county. Sec. 7. If the Board of Commissioners in any County in this State, or any member of any Board, shall violate any provisions of this Act, such member or members so violating Bhall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars or less than fifty dollars, and shall be liable for any loss, damage or expense sustained by the County in con sequence of such violation. Sec. 8. This Act to take effect in any County in this State having polled more than fifteen hundred votes at the last Gen eral Election in 1880. Approved February 14, 1881. State of Nevada, 1 Secretary’s Office. ( I, Jaspeb Babcock, Secretary of the State of Nevada, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and cor rect copy of the original of an Act amendatory of and supplementary to an Act entitled, "An Act to create a Board of County Commissioners in the several Counties in this State, aud to define their duties and powers,’’ on file in my office. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of State. Done at office In Carson City, Nevada, this 7th day of March, A. D. 1881. [seal.] JASPEB BABCOCK, Secretary of State. Published by order of Board of County Commissioners of Eureka County. A. W. CAMPBELL, Chairman. Insure Tour Property. F. B. Alderson, representing the iEtna, Hartford, Connecticut and other compa nies, giveB immediate insurance in Board companies by writing policies on applica tion, thus avoiding the dangers of delay in getting policies from San Franoisoo. * Fifty Reams No. 1 full size letter paper for sale at $3 per ream, at Schneider’s Drug Store. „ The best "bit” cigars in town are the "Owl,” “Trariata” any Pumariega, for sale at the P. O. Cigar Stand. * Davidson has lust received an immense invoice of " Owl’’ cigars. They are fine.* Grape brandy for mince meat; raisins, citron, ourrants, pumpkin flour, Cape Cod canberries and new buokwheat flour, just to hand, at T. B. Hutchinson Sc Co.’s All the fixings for mince meat, fresh, and for tale cheap, at T. B. Hutchinson Sc Co.'s “ Old Judoe ” cigarette tobacco, fresh supply received every week by Davidson at the P. 0. Cigar Stand. * Assessment Notice. Albion consolidated minino com P»ny. % Location of principal place of business, Ban Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Sixteenth day of March, 1881, an assessment (No. 6) of twenty cents per share was levied upon the cap ital atock of the corporation, payable immedi ately, in United States gold coin, to the Secre tary, at the office of the company, Booms 6 and 7, No. 827 Pine street, San Francisco, Cali fornia. Any atock upon which thia assessment shall remain unpaid on the Twenty-second day of April, 1881, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on Monday, the Sixteenth Day of May, 1881, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the ooet of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary. Office—Rooms 6 and 7, No. 327 Pine atreet, San Francisco, California. mhl9td Assessment Notice. Northwestern consolidated min ing Company. Location of principal placa of bnalnaaa, Ea. reka, Nevada. Location of works. Eureka Mining Dlatrlct. Eureka Connty, Nevada. Notice le hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Director,, held on the Blxth day of April, A. D. 1881,an aaaeaament (No. 1) of one-half cent per ahare, waa levied upon the capital atock of the corporation, payabla Imme diately, In United States gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company, in tba Dlatrlct Attorney', office, In the Oourthouae, Eureka, Nevada. Any atock upon which this aaaeaament shall remain unpaid an the Seventh day of May, , A. D. 1881, will be delinquent, and adver tlaed for Bale at public auction; and unless payment la made before, will be sold on TiNday, the Seventh Day of June, A. D. 1881, to pay the delinquent aaaeaament, together with costa of advertiaing and expenaea of aale. By order of the Board of Directors. WM. H. DAVENPORT, Secretary. Office-District Attorney’s Office, Conrt honae. Eureka, Nevada. apTtd FOB FUB3STT. 4NI0ELY-FURNI8HED FRONT ROOM IN tba Sarmnt Building, wka, lan. 81,1881. fabltf GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.__ J R. SADLER & CO. Nortn Main street, EUREKA, - - NEVADA. ..../) K A h B RB l X_ General Merchandise, GROCERIES, . AND. PROVISIONS ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A FULL LINE .OF THE. LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .Also, A pent* for the. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER ! e'fiooili delivered to oil porta ortonra, free of charge. J. C. BOTH IN. K. SADLER. Eureka, January 14,1880. JanlS If FOR SALE, MATERIAL FOB A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER ... .AND •••• JOB OFFICE. NO 4. WASHINGTON HAND-PRESS, (OOOD A8 NEW), BREVIER, OR MINION, AND NON PAREIL TYPE, CABINET, NEWSSTANDS, CASES, IMPOSING STONE, CHASES, ETC. A BARGAIN. FOB FUBTHEB INFOBMATION IN QUIBE AT THE EUREKA SENTINEL OFFICE. REMOVED. MR. E.TeUHN’8 TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, HAS BEEN REMOVED TO THE ROOM formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton, next door to Jo# Boob’ butcher shop, on aouth Main street, where he Is prepared to do a general TAILORING BUSINESS. Olaaning, repairing and altering naw anlta dona naatly and expeditiously. SOT Chargee very moderate. Thankful for put favors, I h n tlnuance of the seme. Eureka. Nov. SO, 1880. JAMES M. SMITH, CORONER, Eureka.Nevada. Reeldence West side Monroe Street, fourth door North of the old Stone Hospital. JeStf Al)VESTING IN THE EIJMEMA Binuxt, the ban edverttetag medium 1b lestera Nevada. WHITE SDLPIDB SPRINGS Elko, Nevada. MRS, J. J IRRRCHT, Aftee having by a thobough test of experience, having proved that the vatera of these Springs are a certain core for All IhntuUe Complaints, Nervous Debility, and all Diseases con tracted from eoatact with the Fumes evolved from Smelting Furnaces, As Weil as Lung Diseases, I have at great expense fitted up my establish ment for the accommodation of REGULAR IN VALID BOARDERS. What is known as Lead Disease has received a permanent core In a few daya* time. Rooms hsve been fitted np and nicely furnished as LADIES’ BATHING APARTMENTS. THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS are situa ted about one mile and a half from the town of Elko, and a hack la always in attendance to convey passengers to and from this Favorite Bathing Resort My terms are: Single Bathe, 50 cents ; sin gle baths, including ride to and from town, 75 cents. Regular boarders, including free rides to and from town, £14 per week. feb2a-3m MRS. J. J. OARRECHT. r. p. McDaniel WILL FURNISH Information Concerning Mines Transact Mining Business For Esstsra psrtlss, or snjr one desiring his ssrvless. Mb. McDaniel is an old resident of Esstera Nevsds ; is thoroughly f. mllltr with titles to mining cl.lme • hss effect ed m.ny isles of valuable properties la this sad adjoining districts. Those d eel ring hi. sdvlee or aid will Bad him prompt, correct, sad charges moderate, by a idrsaalng or celling sn B. P. MoDANIEL, •S*tf Burekm, Nevsds. BUBBKA Beal Istate & Collection iieney, MINING BUREAU, AND NOTABY PUBLIC. rpRANSACTB A GENERAL REAL ESTATE 1 and Collection Business ; Draws and Ac. knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles : Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate ; Examines and Reports upon Mines ; Collects Rents ; snd. In fact, will attend to any legitl mate bualnees in which there is a fee 8. J. BUTLER. Office in anrrzxEL building, Eureka, Her. •ST Refers to any and all the business men of Eureka. Eureka, Oct. 26,1880. o9T.tf Delinquent Aswmt Notice. TO J. II. UP HEMS..—TOU ARE HERE. by notified that I hare performed work on the Hidden Treasure Mine, situated in Eureka Mining District, Eureka County. State of Ne vada. from January, 1879, to January, 1881, amounting to forty dollars in Gold Coin of the United States of Americs, for your Interest of 400 feet in said mine, and that unless yon psysaid amount within ninety days sfter the publication of this notice, your interest in said mine will become my property by lew. W. H. COLLINS. Eureka, January 7,1881. janS-90d MISCELLANEOUS. BLAIKFOOT. BONANZA & WOOD RIVER Stage Company. CARRYING THE U. S. Mil. FIRST (LASS LOACHES Leave Blackfoot daily. at 8 o’clock, crossing the new IBON BRIDGE, thus avoiding the delay by ferries, for Challis, Bay Horae, Clay ton, Crystal City, Kinni kinick, Custer City, Bonanza City, and WOOD RIVER, Bellevue, Ketchum, Ga lena, Marshall City, and Sawtooth City. *r Tkla reale to the Wood River loaelrj (root all point* la Fifty Miles the Hberteat, and aavea over Twelve Hoara' Htafflag. mhl’tf DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in ana fer Eureka County, State of Nevada. John E. Jones, J. D. Sullivan, J. H. Sullivan, and Ed, Looney vs. O. K. Nesbitt. The State of Nevada tends greeting to G. K. Nesbitt. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against yon as defendant, by John E. Jones, J. D. Sullivan, J. H. Sullivan and Ed. Looney aa 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 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 served out of aaid county but within thia district, and in-all other esses forty days ; or judgment by default will be taken against you. according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover judg ment against you the said defendant, for the possession, restitution and recovery of that certain premises and mining ground known ss the Enterprise mine or mining claim, situated on the east side of Prospect Mountain, in Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada, from the possession whereof plaintiffs allege you have unlawfully and wrongfully ejected them ; and also, for the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) damages for the withholding of said premises, and for coats of suit. All of which will more fully appear by reference to the com plaint on hie in this action, to which refer ence is hereby made. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the aaid plaintiff will pray the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. ALEXANDER WILSON, Plaintiffs* Attorney. Dated Eureka, Nevada, April 8,1881. law 3m W. E. DAVIDSON. Bookseller, Stationer and Newsdealer, POIT-Omci BlILDIIli, EUREKA.NEVADA A FULL LINE OF Blank Seeks and Stationery 0( •▼try description o«pt oonatontl, on bond SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR New York Weekly, New York Ledger, Flreelde Companion, Family Story Paper, Saturday Night. Police Gaiette, The Varletlee, Illustrated Timas, Chimney Oorner, New York Clipper, Harper's Weakly, Laslis’e Wsakly, Polios Newa, and othsi Eastern Periodicals, Which will be promptly delivered by carrier*. Eureka, October 80, 1879. ooSl-tf M. CALISHER News Agent ....in Dinnii..,. STATIONERY BUNK MB SCHOOL BOOKS, Mot* and Letter Paper, t'aaej Pa peterlee. Toys, Cutlery, FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS, 8HKXT MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTBUMKNTB Also, Novels, Eastern Periodicals and Maga sioss always oa hand. Subscriptions received for any of the 8an Francisco Dallies and Week lies. Agent for the Territorial Enterprise. Chronicle and Eureka Sentinel. Eureka, January 11.1881. janlStf RE-OPENING —OF THI City FMinjl Gallery. LOUIS MONACO THI NMIH Ml WHIMIUI AITIfT’ NOTHING BUT THE BUT AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES Are takes et tkie Gallery, with all tha lataet improvements of flnlih and etjlt. COPYING, either Plain or Ftnlihed, in Crayon, Color, or Ink, made e specialty— Crayon work particularly. Alao. ENLARGING or REDUCING, to anr sire desired. LOUU MONACO, °» Photographer and Proprietor. FOB SALE. HOUSE LOTS. This property is situated on mon ks etreet, two lots north of the reel deuce of B. Sedler, end ooaelsta of a ftmnll Waodra BulMIng aad a Lota, Haring a frontage of MilOO feet. The owner Is desirous of disposing of the property imme diately, and will aall it cheap. For particular! inquire of dbTVin lee, Chine town. FOR _S.A.XjID. LOTS ON MAINSTREET, EUREKA. ONE LOT ON NORTH MAIN STREET, next to Uhl'a ahea shop. Pitca, tl.ttq. The other la Lot A, in Bloch 10, South Mein street. Price, |AM. Both of tha shore lota ere on the seat aide of Mein street. For further Information ad. drees MRS. H. A. BAILEY, _ Cherry Creek. Nereds. Cherry Creek, March W. 1881. mhM 3w UP ALL Dis order el tha SEE. " ■■ 'A'-* Nabob Bourbon. BEST IN THE WORLD. STR0N6LY RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY For all cases of Nervousness, Debility, Weak ness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Chills; Fever, •tc. Simmonds’ Medicated Nabob Whisky. Consumer* are referred to the following ex tract from the report of an analyst: “ This la pnre barley and wheat spirit, remarkable fh fragrant ethers, which impart adelicat# aroma, at the same time greatly increasing Its value as a diffusive stimulant. The solid residue con tains a large amonnt of tannin, derived from storing in Oaken casks, which imparts to fine old wklsky one of its valuable individual qual ities. The amount of residue proves the whis ky to be free from the excessive coloring and sweetening so generally used in adulterating In fact, in two words, NABOB Is the PUREST WHISKY, and will not only supply a public want, now that whiskies are so generally adult erated, but will be of greatest value to physi cians in those numerous cases where pure whiskies are the most useful of remedies. O. COOKE, M. D." Simmonds’Celebrated Nabob Whisky PUREST AND BEST FOR ALL MEDICAL AND FAMILY PURPOSES. R. SADLER A CO., Bole Agents for Eureka county, Where the trsde will be supplied by the bottle, gallon or barrel at the same price and terms as can be got from Kentucky. Has been sold in all the Eastern States, and gives universal satisfaction. It is highly rec- j orn mended by the faculty in all cases of Ner vousness, Weakness, Debility, Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, etc. It is now introduced to the public of the Pacific Slope, indorsed by the following certificates of the eminent D^. 8. Dsns Hayes, State Assayer of Massachusetts, and Dr. H. C. Louderbach, of St. Louis, both eminent in their profession, and which is a guarantee to all buyers of its purity and quality. 1 can show thousands of letters from persona from all parts of the Union and Canada, to tes tify to its merits and the benefit it has afforded as a family remedy and tonic. Sold by all druggists and grocers in bulk, or by tbs case or bottle. •^COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTY AT TENDED TO. CAUTION.— None genuine unless labeled with my signature over the cork. G. SIMMONDS, Sole Proprietor. Laboratory and Office, 4 State street, Boston, Sept. 4. 1873.— George Simmonds, Esq.: The sample marked “ Nabob Whisky,’' baa been re ceived from yon and analyzed with the follow ing result: It is of selects alcoholic strength, and free from added flavoring oils, acids, met als, or other deleterious substances. The wbit*ky is PURE! of superior quality, and suit able for dietic and medicinal purposes. 8. DANA HAYES, State Assayer of Massachusetts. 8t. Louis, Mo., September 26, 1878.—G. Sim* raouds, Lsq.: I have been using yotfk Nabob Whisky some time, and have no hesitation in saying that it is. without exception, the pureat article I have used, either medicinally or for family purposes To many of my patients who have been suffering from indigestion and ner vous affections, I have prescribed Nabob Whis • ky for their use. and I take pleasure in saying to yon the effect has been most satisfactory. Please send me by express six cases. Yours, very truly, H. C. LOUDERBACH, M. D. 200,000 cases Nabob Whisky sold on the Pa cific Coast in the year 1880. Also noI«I by Dr. J. Rchnelder aud W. H. Ktowell, Druggists, Main kireet, Nevada. nl«-3m ST. MARY’S ACADEMY SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. The academy is under the charge of the Staten of the Holy Cross. It ts situated in a secluded, healthy location. Am ple grounds are attached for exercise. The building is spacious and provided with modern improvements. * It affords ample ac commodation for a large number of boarders, besides the day school. The Musical and Art Departments ere con ducted cm the plan of tha beat Conaervatorlaa and Art Schools in Europe. The Course of Study comprises all the branches of a thorough, solid and polite educa tion; and is such as to render the pupils intel ligent, useful and accomplished mam ben of society. Whle St. Mary's possesses all the advantages of a first-class educational institution, tha charges art moderate. French and German being included in tbe English course, form no extra charge. Pupila of all denominations received, and no interference with their religious belief. No special uniform required. Attached to the Academy la a separate build ing for little boys, boarden and dev pupila. They receive tha oere and teaching wnlch their tender age and the confiding trust of thetr parents expect. For droolers, ate., address Bister Superior, as abovs. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS RENO, NEVADA. Miss Kate A. Sill, Principal, The advantages which this semi, nary afford, at. unsurpassed br sn j school vest of tke Hooky Mountains. Tbs charge* srs AA low aj in any school of th* asms grads. Thu Firth Tsar will Begin Thurs day, August M. )IM, *y For Admission or for elrculara. addroos BISHOP WHITAKER, Jr 10 tf Virginia City, Havads. J. B. LANGSTROFF, ~ Merchant Tailor I Two doors North of tbs Western Union Tairgraph Othoo, North Main Stroot, - Kureka Has just received and keeps con stantly on hand a now and wall selected stock of tho latest patterns of FOREIGN ANO DOMESTIC GOODS, Which ho will make up In ths latest sty las, and at prices it salt She times. *yAlteration and repairing will ha promptly •ttondod to. www Baraka, September 90,1880. e9].tf PATENTS Obtained foe our new invention*, or for im provemant* in old one*. Caveat*. Infringe sunt*. Trade-mark*, and all patent bualnaaa promptly attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN HE. JECTED may a till. In moat oaaaa, b* patented by n*. Being oppo.lt. Ut* D. S. Patent office, ln PATENT BUSINESS EXCLU SIVELT, we can aecura patent* ln laaa time tba* tkoae who era remote from Waahlngton. When Inventor* aand modal or akateh, w* ■“*« »«*!» In tha Patent Offioe, aaad advtea aa to Ita patentability ram or catena. Correa E??d™? raaaonable : and JO CHAUOI UNLESS PATENT IS OB. TALNED. w* £«f,r. *>T permlaalon, to tha City Poat maete^and to tba Superintendent of the Poat Office Money Order Dlvlelon In Waabtngtoo. Porapeotal r*fere»oee, olrenlar, advtea, terma, etc., iddrtM C A. SNOW & Co., nffitf OppoaltePatent Offiea Waahlngton, D. 0. BARBER SHOP BATH KOXT6E, Below the Poatoffloa, an* door north of Henry Kind'* grocery afore HKBBT CASET..._.Proprietor tufpm Of HELP EMPLOYED."IE CCC I'°\k !n,four own town. Tarme and Adi,r,“ h- * THIS PAPER MAT B* F0T7*D ON FILE lino 1 flirnv ,t 8eo P Row.ll k Co; ShT?!StL^!i-TCTlulnf-?’u»»* <“ 8>>rn« 8‘ > iuSnbwtobe* °oSw‘** “* —*•ft" WATCHMAKERS AND JEWHLEB8. THE OLDEST ....AMD THB. ... LEADING JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT ....or.... Eastern Nevada. P. STELER, Watchmaker, MANUFACTURING JEWELER -AMD DIAMOND-SETTER, Mmin ilrMt, Kurrka, Hew.. SA» JUST RECEIVED AND KEEPS CON . aUntljr oe hand a new and wall aalectad k of the tateat patterns of FINE JEWELRYI DIAMONDS. Gold and Sliver Watches, tOT Go Id Chains, vary flee jewelry, all'll •olid gold, of all kinds; solid silver plated ware, and CLOCKS, Of every description • all of which he guarantees to be of the beet quality, and warranted ee represented end which he offer* to sell aft M per cent, lees than any other house in Eastern Nevada. Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave and Convex SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES. Please call and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Price* tc suit the times. Special attention paid to Vise Watehwork. Fine Watches and Clocks repaired, cleaned and warranted for one year. Now jewelry made to order and repaired. All orders from the country promptly attended to. P. STt LKB. Eureka, April 80,1880. rnayl tf ED. WILHELM, CHRONOMETER WITCH INI CLOCK MAKER, Jeweler and Optician, WUTTOH’S BUILDING, Kaop* oopatutly os hud . well selected stock of ftrtt-clsss WATCHES, JL CLOCKS! JL JEWELRY** -a«> OPTICAL GOOOSI -AED By Uw Prlaaa mad etrletly demllmg will mk« kU h. Mllakaut the kalMa da Can dam aa of Knraka. TWENTY YEARS’ EXPERIENCE. Twenty ymn’ experience In the very Aret chronometer, watch and elockmaklng eetab* Uakmante of Draadan. Parte, London. Shanghai, Yokohama and San Franctaco, a complete act of machinery neoeaaary for the manufacture and repair of all klada of time-keeping lnetru manta, combined with the fact tEetl refund any money If 1 ever ehonld fall to give entire ndafeotlon, will be a fair guarantee that none but tret-claee work will leave my handa. ^ . IDW. WILHELM. Baraka, February 10.1000. fll.tf. i. STRAUS, In Storgt Youngfe «nmem>ltb Ithop, MAIW STREET. RGREEA. WATOHMAIER, JEWELER A HD Eagcarer. Repairing of watchea, JT’A Jewelry, and Engraving done In a £ v"4 workmanlike manner. Engllah watch V»F repairing a rneolalty. Enraka, April a. 1101. apgtf Si .Hyde & Company SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House eo the Coast rulii Oettt Aftolt (at th. Oal.bt.lM] WEBBS* PIANOS —AWP— Estey Oreans. Maaafaetararaef tna SHERMAN | HYDE PIANO For Brass Instruments, S££BST MUSIC, and nirftuaf In tka Kulo Uh ad4raaa SHEBMAVi ITPB * CO,. SAN SSANCISOO Fianoi and Organs 8nld on Kai? T*nc*. •heat Made Depot at Merrta H. Jaaepk'a Oeldaa Kale toK-lf Mara, SanM, EMERSON, ty Cincinnati, Ohio. top-buggies and phaetons Beit material, good workmanikip, kiit Some style*, itrong and durable vehicles, in every rnpfft. 70.000 mum> saws •~b7. % *•«-«<U... ill ttelt monlala fr0m all parta of ”C*,T«4 twu port almilar <*?£ •« on #1-. ■bbject b' .n.p^U “:,'r*d,0'»^ Messrs. Emerson, Fisher 187* I bar. naed on. of von, ^d1!* *ta: rear^aud three of them twoie^T® ” thre* atabla, and the, have ulwh LI ' .”’"'.!! faction and are in roneUnt n«e f>*r,*c' “•» ^>8cae bmalley • I h £ k Flaher bnggtea will do. — 4- M. TEAQUE. larmar Tbe favorable reputation the cirri*.- a made In localities where the; hare w h*’! J~3«=.syssr£aSS use, baa led to an increased de^V^,5l!^0BV*ll, localities, to meet wb^ facilities o, their mammoth wtaMuhmJmh11 been extended, enabling them now to »* In good style, ow **n wt, 360 Carriage* a Week. KF-Band for at;laa and Price-list. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY !• » never-fiillsi C«J* for Inw DoblUty.KihrarM Vitality, Semlul Weakness, spanno tMTlMM. lour MANHOOD, L. potoscy, Paralysis, »U the terrible effects of Self-Abnee youthful folllee end exceeeee In mxturer WlUrnwr. U^BBn^SSHSSHg Aversion to Boctsty. Dimness of Tislon MoiiJ In the Head; the vita] fluid passing unobserved in ths urine, and many other diseases thit Idda! te insanity and death. DM- M'*[JIE win agree to forfeit Fire Bl n net reel Dollars rorecaaeof this hind that the VITAL R UNTO NATIVE (ua4„hie special advice and treatment) will not care o' C°T..*°y thing Impure or Injurious found ln'lu DM. MIN TIE treat, all Prlvnta Diseases iqc ceaafully without mercury IWasnttalloa Free. Thorough examination an.' vivlee In. eluding analysis of urine, U 00. 1 roe of Vital Rewlwrallve, M 00 a bottle. (oux ttlL ths quantity. Ilo 00. sent n. any address uvot ncelpt of price, or C. O. D., secure from oh. Pr*v*te seme If desired, A. B. MIN I IK, M. D. II Heaney Ml. Man Francis**, »M. MINI in HIDNET BEMEDT, NLPIIKF.r .1 I a, cures all kinds of Inner and 1 •Nd*it.r Com plaints. Qooorrhas Glprt Loocofihta.. For sals by all drugglste'$1 We bottle six bottles for *5 00. ' DM. M I NT I E M DANDELION PILU S!?S.l!fis*4 cheapest DYSPEPSIA and HILIO( N curs la the market. Fori all druggists. mr*-l: ! Miaufutanvd osljr under the above Trade Herb. L> .L- EUROPEAN SaUCTL'.CA MEDI CINE CO., at Parle end Lai png. leeniun Hauer Voumr, Pxuirin Ovm* OsaiRim. Now exclnalrely aetd by by ell celebrated Pbyeldeoi at luope ini America. The hlgbeet Medical Academy of Faria, report! M curee oat of 100 ceeae wlthli three daya. lecret-The ally deaalrrr ef pet* •oeoiie Crlc Add which cxletc la the Blood of Khcoaetlc and Oeaty Pa. Alcaic* CUKBV. CUBED OtBBD H. *. Dewey. Eeq., 301 Broadway, leiimme lory Bheumetlem. J. Leerey. Eeq., Ul Weehlagtee Market. OhrcDlc Rheamenem. Mre. B. Towoe, A* Bell ninth etreet (chalky formation! ta the Jolntej Chronic lbenae (jam A. M. Prefer. TA Newark arenue. Jweay Oily Obronlc RhtamitUm. John P. Chamberlain. Eeq,, Waablugton Olnb Waehlsfton, D. 0., Rhanmatlc float. Wm. I Arnold. Beq., 1 Way bowel deal Prorldanoa, B. I.. of twenty yean' Chronic Rbetunitlim. John B. Tnmgete, 100 Senchee vtreet, iav Frendeoo, Neuralgia end Bcletioe. Ter Malarial, Intormittmt mad ChrmU Arm, ChlUa, or iyea SALICYLIC* IS A CERTAIN CURE ■npciwcdlaw eatlrely the an* ef Sab pheAe ef Mnlclae, aa It will ■**caly eat the revere, bwt will achieveiv BADICAL CUBIC, wllhcat aay el the laeoavealencec aad iron Wee ayielag frea OOMIK. _ SI a box, six boxes for So ■out froo by Hall on receipt of monoy ASK YOUB DRUGGIST FOB IT but taka no Imitation or anbatitnto, «a MilWJ cylioa (copyrighted) la gnarM»Uodtor*J*r* or monoy rofnndod, and will bodoUTercdlrte on roooipt of ordaaa, by calling on or iw* EDBOPM SALICYLIC lolBXDIOI3STE3 OO, •13 Broadway, cor. Pultaa 8*ro«» (KaozBalMla*). T. itO-ly __ c. w. crane7~ PURCHASING AGENT. ESTABLISHED HI HH. »1* Pino Street. Boob' 5." »“* Euroka. July M. IMP. . Assay Umoe. MOELLER * ROBBIE* Hay* oot back to, fl». lo Dick BylAOA/A of Bateman and Bual afreets* where th J be happy to eee their old cuatomera. . Kursha. Oct. 7,1880.08,1"L Recll A Waldvogel’a D AIB Y PURE MILI.M0 CREAM! QKBYXD Of ABY QtABTITT TO wik *.*•»• » •*» **“ driven of ou k WkU>yoQn, l»iwk». kcypqbr 1* 1** °_ THE EURffiA SINTH® file »t Mr. J. H. BaIaa’AAr.rtlAln* A««Kr.» *1 Park Row. («»AA BaUdiBg) "•YJ0,'^ kUJ la authorised to oontrect tot adrer anbacriptlona tothla paper. _.— f(JC » WMk to your own tow^ » 5(00 W outfit Im AA4r*M n n. Co..“Portland. Main*___-— J «*A*At«b*ttb tow®°a**