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itfuveka fflailj) Sentinel.
Innnre Your Properly.
F. B. Alderson, representing the .Etna,
Hartford Connecticut aud other compa
nies, gives immediate insurance in Board
companies by writing policies on applica
tion. thus avoiding the dangers of delay in
getting policies from San Francisco. *
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
■ale at the P. 0. Cigar Staud. *
Davidson has just received an immense
invoice of “ Owl ” cigars. They are fine.*
You can always get a good cigar at the
P. O. Cigar Staud. *
All the fixings for mince meat, fresh,
and for sale cheap, at
T. R. Hutchinson A Co.’s
“Old Judoe ” cigarette tobacco, fresh
supply received every week by Davidson at
the P. O. Cigar Stand. *
I AM HERETO STAY
I DON’T PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT
OR GO TO WOOD RIVER.
I HAVE OPENED THE
RED HOUSE
Next door north of Cazeanx’s Butcher shop,
YlfHERE I WILL SELL GOODS TO THE
VV Public of Eureka and vicinity cheaper
than they have ever before been offered on the
Base Range, as follows :
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Groceries, Provisions,
CANDIES, FRUITS,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
Best Patent Overalls, per pair $1 00
I Also con tin no business At
THEOLDSTAND
Next door north of John Torre’s.
WITH A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTH
ING, GROCERIES, POULTRY, PRO
VISIONS,, ETC., ETO.
B. ALEXANDER.
Proprietor Red House.
Eureka, April 1, 1881. ap2tf
RE-OPENING
-OF THE
City Pinrapl Gallery.
LOUIS MONACO
THE PIONEER AND SUCCESSFUL ARTIST?
NOTHING BUT THE BEBT
AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES
Are taken at this Gallery, with all the latest
improvements of finish and style.
COPYING, either Plain or Finished, in Crayon,.
Color, or Ink, made a specialty—
Crayon work particularly.
Also, ENLARGING or REDUCING, to any
■ise desired.
IiOUIS MONACO.
o9 Photographer and Proprietor.
STOCK FOR SALE.
300 Head of Cattle, more
or leas, with horses, for
sale. For particulars en
quire of the owner at Mon
itor Valley, Lander county.
A. STONEBARGER.
Monitor Volley, M.y 4,1881. my6 lm
REMOVED.
MR. E. KEUHN’S
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO THE ROOM
formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton, next
door to Joe Boos' butcher shop, on south Main
street, where he is prepared to do a general
TAILORING BUSINESS.
Cleaning, repairing and altering new suite
done nestly end expeditiously.
NOT Charges very moderate.
Thankful for past favors, I hope for s con
tinuance of the same. E. KEUHN.
Eureka. Nov. 30,1880. dl-tf
EUREKA
MINING BUREAU,
AND NOTABY PUBLIC.
ri'BANSACTS A GENERAL REAL ESTATE
A and Collection Business ; Draws and Ac
knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles ;
Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Beal Estate ;
Examinee and Reports npon Minea ; Collects
Rents; and, in fact, will attend to any legiti
mate business in which there is a fee.
E. J. BUTLEB.
\ Office in Sentinel building, Eureka, Nev.
•ST Refers to any and all the business men
of Eureks.
Eureka, Oct. 26,1880. o27-tf
T BTuiGSTROFFi
Merchant Tailor !
Two doors North of the Western Union
Telegraph Office,
North Main Street, - Eureka
Has just received and keeps con
atantly on hand a new and wall selected
stock of the latest patterns of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS,
Which ha will make up In the latest styles, and
*« •«•« the (tinea.
attended*??*100 “d repllr,a« will *>• promptly
Eureka, September to, 1880. ail-tf
BARBER SHOP
—AMD—•
bath house,
Below tho Poe to flics, one door north of Henry
Hind's grocery store.
HBBBT CABBtTT..Proprietor
fPBEST OP HELP EMPLOYED.
FOR RBXT.
Furnished House.
ATWO-STOBY HOUSE ON NOB HILL
Avenue, containing seven rooms end a
good cellar. The hones ts furnished through.
*° ,08“3a
THIS PAPER *^T0»* jT°2® SV£*
it Us HEW YORE m*sr “*“* for
GB0CEBIE8 AND PROVI8ION8._
R. SADLER & CO.
NortH Main street,
EUREKA, - - NEVADA.
_n /: a t. a u 8 tN. ...
General Merchandise,
GROCERIES,
. AND.
PROVISIONS !
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE.
A FCJLL LINE
.OF THE.
LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
FOREIGN AND HOME.
..Ain, Agent* hr the.
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORK8,
.AND.
HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I
•TSooda delivered to all part* of town, free of charge.
J. C. BOTHIN. K. SADLER.
Knr.ka, January 14,1880. janll tf
Itreta aid California
LUMBER COMPANY,
South Main St., Bureka.
California and Nevada
LTJMBEB,
OF 1U KIHD®.
Redwood, Oregon and Smar Finn
MINING TIMBERS
....AID....
Building Lumber.
A complete oaoortmont of clear and
dressed Lumber, Flooring, Sid*
Ing, Bnstle, aad other stylos of
Biding, Holding, Laths, Shingles,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc., al
ways hand.
everything at the Lowest
Cash Rates.
GENUINE
Siier Sewing ladies.
OFFICE—One door north of Bartlett's whole
sals liquor store, Bain Btrssst,
Eureka, Nevada.
Machines sold for Cash, or
on Installments, and
folly Guaranteed.
Repairs to all machines bj competent work
man, aad warranted. Needles and all acces
sories supplied.
YEATES * HITCH ELL,
Eureka, March 81,18*1. apltf
THE CHOICEST
STOCK of LIQUORS
In Town :
Old Kentucky Bine Omm,
Old Kentucky Bourbon,
Old Kentucky Bye. and
Old Ttrtlnla BewTlra,
Old London Dock Brandy,
Bin* Breach Skerry,
Old Part Wine,
Extra Holland Gin,
Old Jamaica Bam,
And all kinds of oasx liquors fob
sole, by the bottle or rollon, at
KEMP’S,
Booth Bain etreet, Knreke. al U »p
town. Tonne and
reeaH. Huun A
home. Bamplee
ee. AddreoaBrot
DISTRICT COMT SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH
Judicial District, In and far Eureka County,
State of Nevada.
John E. Jones, J. D. Soil!van, J. H.
Sullivan, and Ed. I*oonoj vn. «.
K. Nesbitt.
The Btateof Nevada sends greeting to O.
K. Nesbitt.
You are hereby required to appear in an ao
tlon commenced against you an defendant, by
John E. Jones, J. D. Sullivan, J. H. Sullivan
and Ed. Looney 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 on file with the Clerk or said
Court, within ten days after the service on you
of this Summons (exclusive of the day of aer
vice), 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 recover judg
ment against you the said defendant, for the
possession, restitution and recovery of that
certain premises and mining ground known as
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 costs of suit. AH of which
will more fully appear by reference to the com
plaint on file In this action, to which refer*
ence is hereby made.
And you are hereby notified, that if you fall to
appear and answer the said complaint as above
required, the said plaintiff will pray the Court
forthe relief demanded In said complaint. .
ALEXANDER WILSON,
Plaintiffs’ Attorney.
Dated Eureka, Nevada, April 8,1881. law Sm
Hiram Johnson,
Wholesale and Batall Dealer Id
GROCERIES
....AKD....
PROVISIONS.
Sugar cured, alwaji on band.
AT THE OLD STONE STOBEHOUSE,
Monroe Street.
Baraka, Aogmat IS. 1SS0. anlStf
JOB WAGON.
Mao. Far linger, Prop.
Ill’AO. FARLIN GEB’B JOB WAGON WILL
iU her.a/Ur stand in front of tht .tor. of
WTf. HaaktU.
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Charges down to Bed Rook
_ mjUtf
tec awMkln your own town. Term, and
J>00 ttoutBt fra*. Addmm B. H.mjrrr A
Oo., Portland. Main*:
3^“”” *
MISCELLANEOUS.
Closing Out
WE NOW OFFER TO THE CITIZENS OF
Eureka and Ruby Hill our stock of
CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS
HATS,
BOOTS, SHOES,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
At Prices that Defy Competition.
WE WILL SELL FOR CASH ONLY!
White Shirts, from 50 cents to $100
Undershirts, from 50 cents to 175
Drawers, from 25 cents to 175
Hats, from 50 cents to 3 00
Shoes, from 150 to 2 50
Suspenders, from 50 cents to 100
Buelr Gioyes, from 75 cents to 125
.Including:....
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
T. R. Hutchinson & Co.
Eureka, April 16, 1881. apl7tf
CITY DRUG STORE.
Nearly opposite Paxton k Co.’s Bank.
MAIN 8TREET, - - - EUREKA.
FRESH~DRUCS9
Patent Medicines,
TOILET GOODS
ETC., ETC.
H. A. MARTIN,
myl2tf Proprietor
Dr. J. B. Keen,
AUCTIONEER.
I HAVE AGAIN TAKEN DP MY OLD BU8I
ness of
BUYING AND SELLING
HORSES, FURNITURE,
. ...AND...
EVERYTHING THAT IS SALEABLE.
Office on the Corner of Main and
Bateman Street..
i alwaysTrade fair.
Eureka, April 16,1881. epl7tf
Stop and Read!
Extra Dry Crushed and Granulated
Sugar, by the barrel.16c per lb
By the Half Barrel.16 l-2c
6 lba Crushed Sugar. Ill OO
• lba Extra Dry Granulated Sugar... |1 OO
6 1-2 lbs Golden Gran. Sugar $1 OO
And all kinds of Groceries and provisions in
the tame proportion.
FOR CASH ONLY 1
_AT KEMP‘8.
N. B—I Can and Will dell Grocer,
les nnd Provision* Cheaper than
Any One Who Iieut or Bor.
row. Money. - U. B. HEMP.
Eureka, Merck 15,1881. mbietf
NEW STORE!
New Goods !
MRS, H.ETCURRAN,
BlMer’i Bn I Id lug:. Main Street.
Will open a Choice Stock of
FANCY DRY GOODS,
MILLINEBT.
' Ladles' and Children'* Wear, Trimmings, etc..
MAHcn i, last.
•^Millinery and Fashionable Dressmaking
In all Its branches a Specialty.
Eureka, Fab. at, 1881, inch 1-tf
Moil Dressmaker.
Mrs. j. nelson, late of Virginia
City, desires to inform the lsdles of Eurcks
and vicinity that she is ready to do all kinds
of Faahlonable Dressmaking for ladiea and
children.
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty.
Main Street, corner Gold, next door to Califor
nia Market, mh2Q
SILVER BRICK
Barter Stop aid Bath Hoase.
J. A. Derrenger
Has opened a hair dressing) and
Shaving Saloon and Bathing Establish
ment next door to the Silver Brick Hotel, and
solicits a share of the public patronage.
The IiMiiea of Eureka are Informed
that he dee* all brauehee of Hair
Work. Paint, Switches, etc.,
and has rooms espe
cially for their
reception.
Eureka, May IT, 1881. mylTtf
3ST O T_I O E .
AB. OABOW IB MY AUTHORIZED
a agent, and will tranaact all bnalneaa lor
me during my abaence from Eureka,
mylltf B. H. EGLEBTON.
MINING TAX.
"VTOTIOE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J.. taxea on the proceed* of the mlnea of
Eureka county for the quarter ending March
81,1881, are now due and payable to me, at my
ottce In Eureka, and that the law In regard to
the aame will be atrlctly enforced.
_ 0. 0 WALLACE,
myT dw Aaaaeaor of Eureka County.
1 OLD STONE SALOON,
....ON....
North Main 8t., Eureka.
THREE BILLIARD TABLES
.... TOGETHXB WITH THB....
Furniture, Pictures, Etc., Etc.
For particular* apply to
BOH JV JETT I St HOBQAXTIS1.
uylTtf
Assessment Notice.
'VfORTHW4L8TERN CONSOLIDATED MIN
Xi log Company.
Location of principal place of business, Eu
reka, Nevada.
Location of works, Eureka Mintug District,
Eureka County, Nevada.
Notice ia hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the *i8th
day of April, A. D. 1881, an assessment (No. 1)
of one-half cent 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, in the
District Attorney's office, in the Courthouse,
Eureka, Nevada.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid vn the Thirtieth day of May,
A. D. 1881, will be delinquent, and adver
tised for sale at public suction ; and unless
payment is made before, will be sold on
Thursday, the 3<>tla Day of June,
A. D. 1881,
to pay the delinquent assessment, together
with costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors
WM. H. DAVENPORT, Sestetary.
Office—District Attorney’s Office, Court
house, Eureka, Nevada. ap29 tf
Assessment Notice.
J>HENIX SILVER MINING COMPANY.
Location of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California.
Location of works, Eureka Mining District,
Eureka comity, Nevada.
Notice ia hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 9th day of
May. 1881, an assessment, No. 23, of ten (10)
cents per share was levied upon the cap
ital stock of the corporation, payable imme
diately In United 8tates gold coin, to the Sec
retary. at the office of the Company, 308 Cali
fornia street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid ou the FIFTEENTH
day of JUNE, 1881, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made before, will be
■old on
Nntiirilny, the Ninth day of July,
1881,
To pay the delinquent assessment, together
with costs of advertising snd expenses of
sale. By order of the Board of Directors.
HERMAN LOEBER, Secretary.
Office—308 California street, Ssn Francisco,
California. myl4 td
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Albion consolidated mining com
pany.
Location of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California.
Location of works, Eureka Mining District.
State of Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that st a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the Nineteenth
day of May, 1881, an assessment (No. 7) of twen
ty-live cents per share was levied upon the cap
ital stock of the corporation, payable immedl
ately, in United States gold coin, to the Secre
tary, at the office of the company, Rooms 6
and 7, No. 327 Pirn.* street, Ssn Francisco, Cali
fornia.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the Twenty-fourth day of
Jnne, 1881, will be delinquent, and advertised
for sale at public auction; and unless payment
is made before, will be sold ou
Heilucsdny, the Thirteenth liny of
July, 1881,
to pay the delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of advertising and expense* of
sale By order of the Board of Director*.
D. B. OHIMHOLM, Secretary.
Office—Room* and 7, No. 327 Pine street.
San Francisco. California. my21td
W. E. DAVIDSON,
»
Bookseller, Stationer and
Newsdealer,
PONT-OFFICE BlILniMU,
EUREKA.HIT AD A
A FULL LIKE OF
Blank Book, and Stationery
Of every description kept constantly on band
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOB
New York Weekly, Illustrated 1 lines
New York Ledger. Chimney Comer.
Fireside Companion, New York Clipper,
Family Story Paper. Harper’s Weekly.
Saturday Night. Lealle’a Weekly.
Police Oasette, Police News, ambothei
The Varieties, Eastern Periodicals,
Whloh will be promptly delivered by c*rrtvr«.
Eureka, October SO, 18f9. ocHl-t?
M. CAUSHER
News Agent
,,,.A*P DKALKB IF,,,.
STATIONERY
BLANK AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Sole and Letter Paper, fancy Pa
peterlea.
Toys, Cutlery,
FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS, SHEET
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Also. Novels, Eastern Periodicals and Maga
zines always oa hand. Subscriptions received
for any of the San Franclaco Dailies and Week
lies. Agent for the Territorial Enterprise.
Chronicle and Eureka Sentinel.
Eureka, January 11.1881. JaulQtf
F. J. SCHNEIDER,
g DRUGGIST. g
EAIT (IDE MAIN STREET, THIRD 000R
SOUTH OE CLARK.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS,
-ACCURATELY PREPARED
At all hours of the day or night
Order, tot
Drugs and Medicines,
—Promptly titrated to—
I htv, alto a Pall Uu of
Perfumery, Toilet Articles
Hair Brnabea, Tooth Brnabaa, Bat
and Bath Brnabaa, Bt«..
And In fact everything anally found In t flrat
clweDrng Store.
F. I, SCHNEIDER,
Proprietor,
Enr«ka, Jon, It, 188U. |unl* tf
HOLD UP !
Ranchers, Miners and
Coal Burners!
For Coin Ton Can Rare SO per cent
by Baying Your Uroeerlee and
Prevleloue at HEMP'H.
Eureka. March II, 1881. mhlfltf
AUCTION 1
I WILL BELL AT PUBLIC AUOTIOH A
large Box and Baakat, oontenta unknown,
addreeeed to •• Mre. 8. A. Welle, Leadyllle.
Colorado,' to pay Warehouee chargee. The
eale will taka place on the 80th lnntant at 10
o'clock THOMAS WETHEBEP.
Enreka, May I, lem. my4 td
The above aale hae been poatnoned to June 1,
18*1- THOMAS WETHEBEP.
Potatoesfor Sale.
SOME SIX TONS OP CHOICE POTATOES
are offered for aale at 81 SO per 100 the.
Apply at T. B. HUTCHINSON k CO.'S
inyiatt
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS.
THE OLDEST
....AMD THE....
LEADING
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT
....OE_
Eastern Nevada.
P. STELER,
Watchmaker,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER
-AND
DIAMOND-SETTER,
Mnlia ntreet, Knreka. Nov.,
Has just received and keeps con
stantly on hand a new and well selected
atock of the latest patterns of
fine J E W E L Et Y!
DIAMONDS,
Cold and Silver Watches,
•J^Oold Chains, very fine jewelry, all***
solid gold, of all kinds; solid silver
plated ware, and
OLjOCKS,
dtf Of every description ; all of ^
£F\ which he guarantees to be of the
In J. best quality, and warranted as i.
4MIV represented and which he ofTt-rstfuflU
to sell at 35 per cent, less 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 I
magnificent stock of goods before purchasing
elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Pricey
tc suit thetlmes. Nperinl attention paid
to Fine H'atfhwork. Fine Watches and
Clocks repaired, cleaned and warranted for one
year. New Jewelry made to order and repaired.
All orders from the country promptly attended
F. MTI LER.
Eureka, April 30,1880. t msyl tf
ED. WILHELM,
CHRONOMETER
WATCH AND CLOCK.
Jeweler and Optician,
IHITTON’S BUILDING,
Keeps constantly on bend s well selected stock
of ftrst-cleM
WATCHES,
X CLOCKS! JL
JEWELRYU
-ATO
OPTICAL GOODS I
-AVD
*7 Uw PrlN* and otrietly Huueat
dealing will make hu as.
tabliabmeut tba Halaou
da run Sana* of
Eureka.
TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE.
WT Twenty years' experience in the very ftret
chronometer, watch and clockmaking estab
lish menu of Dresden .Part a, London, Bnanghal.
Yokohama and Ban Franclaco, a complete aet or
machinery necessary for the manufacture and
repair of all kinds of time-keeping Instru
ments, combined with the fact that! refund
any money if I ever should fall to give entire
satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none
but ftnfcelaaa work will leave my hands.
EDW. WILHELM.
Eureka, February 10,1880. fll-tf.
J. STRAUS.
In Oeorg« Tonne's Onnamitb Shop,
MAIN STRUT. EUREKA
WATCH MAKES, JEWELER AND
Eng«m. Repairing of wateboa,
Jewelry, and Engraving done In a £
workmanlike manner. English watch Vf
repairing a specialty.
Eureka. April 3. 1881. apStf
Stan, Hyde & Company
SAN FRANCISCO.
Urgwt Music Hous« on the Coast
•'eoign Ooaat Ageata for tha Cal.br.tr,1
WEBER PIANOS
—AND—
Estey Oreans.
Manufacturere of the
SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO
For ■ rasa Instruments,
SKCBJHT MUSIC,
And everything in tbn Mulo Lin. addroan
SHERMAN, HYDE & 00..
SAN FRANCISCO
Pi&aoi ud Orguu Sold on Buy
Term*.
Sheet Mule Dnpot at
■orris M. jMtpb'i Uoldeu Bnlo
■»If Man. Inroko.
—__^USCELLAMSui'a,
EMEBSON,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
top-buggies and PHAETONS
Best material, pood workman,|jPt hl|
1 ‘W**- rtronp and dlnUr
'Rifles, in tvery map*.
‘moo mm<
u'nui ‘r 7*rr“Ml",TheVh«.‘'“^:l »«.
*re ou <"'•■ to.nTp/cmr dred,o,»kiA
Messrs. Emerson.0**^?; ,J1y.,ul^ W. 1M9.
I have UHi'i] (,uo ()f o SS-~D«sr g,,,
Jubtr-dX" .7 “lli\h,rjj
faction p"rt”‘
_°8CAa SMALL**
Messrs. Ooppock* a* jT 10'’ ^uljr lWfl
have .wen »■:
bouiiht from yun, roughly l b“«W
one could. I had a 1 'HPPO«e, Ian,,
full spied. Sometimes with "two'7* 7 U
and myself |„ ||u. buggy “ f°»" Iwlln
»'11 'be money I paid f.7? It. lL?
k Flsber buggies will do. ay* the Ltut-ritor.
A. M.TEAQUg,raw,.
The favorable reputation the ...
made In localities where tbei have h"'
for several years by IIverve,.? *?*“ tunl
farmers snd others, requiringhart .,P5,,lc'*1"'
use, has led to an Increased den .ed r^0**1""
localities, to meet whirl, the ??..7“ l*"t*
facilities of their mammoth ! .ut?i,.n'1,Khlrl'
been e,tended, en.blmTthem n ?‘f“,‘",b'’*
in good ntyle, w to to™ "«t.
300 Carriages a Week.
•d-Send^or styles and Price-list, Ju,„ „
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
a
DeWUty.Eiheu.ted
Vitality, Seminal
Weakneaa, Sperm*.
Ifrrh(fca, jus r
■ANUoudT
potency. Partly,!r
and all the terrih;*
effect* of Belf-A bui*
youthful follle* and
ezceaaaa In utaluret
of Memory.TlS!t!!!!!%litaJ5i,,,^1“1,^J
Averalon to Society, Dln.nea. of Vlalon
in the Head; the vital fluid pMalng nuofe
lu the urine, end many other diaeaaea that 1.1?
to Insanity end death.
DR. MINTIK will agree to forfeit ru.
Ilniidreil Dellnim for a cascof this kind that
the TITAI. RW.TOMATITE (Mte'bi'
•pectal advice and treatment) will not cure o'
for anything Impure or lnlurloua found In'll
»H. MIN I IK tree!. .,1
ceeefully without mercury, ron'rillatln
Frew. Thorough examination ere! adrleatn.
eluding analy.leof urine,** 00 , rlceof Vital
IK»t<,native, *3 00 . ho'.Ue, or four tlmea
the quantity, $10 W>. -cot to any addreeanpoa
receipt of price, <r C O. D., secure from ob.
aervatlon.and In private name If dealred,
Aa ta. UI.V I l|j, Si, Da
II Hearsay Nt. Xau Frasmelaca,
' remedt,
,N».i HIM., .< I M.cureaallktndaoflldney
and . I Mister Com plain ta, Gonorrheas Olwt
Lent . riKba. For sale by all druggists: |l 00 a
bottlo, six bottles for $0 00.
DM. HINTIK'N DANDELION PILLS
and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
BIKiKOYS cure In the market Fort
all druggists. mrt.i;
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
SALT LAKE PITY, UTAH.
The academy is under the cbarsi
of the Sister* of the Holy Cross. It U
altuated In a secluded, heelthy location Am.
P's grounds are attached for exercise.
Th# building ia aparloui and provided with
modera *tM*xrovemenU. It adord* ample ac
commodation for a large number of boarders,
besides the day school.
The Moelcal and Art Departments are cob
ducted on the plan of the beet Oouaervatorle*
and Art Schools in Europe.
The Course of Study comprises ell tha
branches of a thorough, solid end polite educa
tion ; and la auch aa to render the pupils Intel
llgent, useful and accomplished member* of
society.
Whle 8t. Mary's possesses all the advantage*
of a first-class educational Institution, th*
charges are moderate.
French and German being included In th*
English course, form no extra charge.
Pupils of all denominations received, and bo
interference with their religious belief. Fo
special uniform required.
Attached to the Academy is a separate build
ing for little boys, boarders and dav pupil*
They receive the cere and teaching which their
tender age and the confiding trust of their
parents expeot.
For circulars, sis., address Bister Superior,
aa above. »
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
RINO, NBVADA.
Miss Kate A. Sill, Principal.
The advantages which this sew
nary affords are unsurpassed by any •rhool
w**t of the Kocky Mountain*. The charge*
are a* low a* In any school of the earn# grade
Th« Firth Tear will Begin Tbw»
day. August M, IM*.
W Jot admlaalon or for circular*, addna.
BISHOP WHITAKEB,
Jy 10 tf Virginia City, Narad*.
PATENTS
Obtained for our new invention*, oi-for »®
provementa in old one*, C*v**t*.
manta, Trade-marks, and all patent ba*in«**
P'lN^>EllTItO*Ns"THAT HAVE BEEN BE.
JF.CTED may atlll. In moat cutt.be pattntaa
by us. Being oppoiite the U. 8- Yateotjd® »
and engaged*in PATENT BUSINESS KX0LB
BIVELY, we can aecure patent* in }•“■**
than thoae who are remote from
When Inventor* send model or
make search in the Patent Office, and »dv *e •»
to ita patentability raw or cham*. w™.
uondence confidential; fees -5555?? IB ‘ OB
NO OHAHOE UNLESS PATENT 18 un
TAIN ED. ... Polt.
We refer, by permlaalon, to the City rw
master, an^ to th* BuperintendenI of J
sssSarjsaKsarJSK®
o. A. SNOW *»,
n28tf Opposite Patent Office. Wa*hlngton^j_
C. W. CRANE,
PURCHASING AGENT,
ESTABLISHED IN 1«W
OKBSONS BESIDING AWAE EECM ^
X Franciaco, In want of »»y “ th Jr order*
chandla*, graat or email. can bare J* , cMb
filled promptly, and al
prloaa, by .JdreaalM tbe un*«l|ned.
Sit Pina Straai, Boom' M, San rr*”0‘£0„
Eureba, July M, IMP >T _
ReglI A Waldvogel s
dairy
PURE MILK AND CREAM!
QEBVED IN ANT QUANTITT f°
k? ouatomere. Omam, can
Pnraone wlablng HI lb or warn.,
tba drirera of our wagona. WAj,DvonEh
Eureka. November 1® 1*^8_ - ^
TOEURffiA samjsk
file at Mr. J. H. B»‘“l*?,’SSSf*Sw1ror/ »bo
tl Part Bow. (Tlmea Bulldlng) N » lnl| •»<
la anthorlaed to contract for ear"
anbecrlptlona totbli V*J"

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