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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
I usurp Tour Property.
F. B. Ahlerson. representing the .Etna,
Hartford Connecticut and other compa
nies, gives immediate insurance inboard
companies by writing policies on applica
tion. thus avoiding the dangers of delay in
getting policies from San Francisco. *
—•.—.————
Fifty Jteainw
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 just received an immense
invoice of " Owl ” cigars. They are fine.*
You car. always get a good cigar at the
P. O. Cigar SUml. _ *
Afl the fixings for inince meat, fresh,
and for sale cheap, at
T. R. Hutchinson & Co.’s
“ Oi.d JulxiE ” cigaretto tobacco, fresh
supply received every week by Davidson at
the P. O. Cigar Stand. *
MISCELLANEOUS.
AYER’S HAIR VIGOR
l or llrMtoriiiff Gray Hair
TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR
Advancing years,
sickness,care, dis- i
appointment and
hereditary predis
position, all turn
the hair gray, and
either of them in
cline it to shed
prematurely.
Ayer’s Hair
Vigor, by long
' and extensive use,
) has proven that it
> stops the falling
of the hair imme
diately ; often re
news the growth; and always surely restores
Its color, when faded or gray. It stimulates
the nutritive organs to healthy activity, and
preserves both the hair and ita beauty. Thus
brasby, weak or sickly hair becomes glossy,
pliable and strengthened- lost hair regrows
with lively expression; falling hair is checked
and established; thin hair thickens; and faded
or gray hair resume their original color. Its
operation is sure and harmless. It cures dand
ruff, heals all humors, and keeps the scalp
cool, clean and soft—under which conditions
diseases of the scalp are impossible
An a Dressing for Ladies’ Hair
the Vigor is praised for its grateful and agree
able perfume, and valued for the soft lustre
and richness of tone it imparts.
PREPARED BY
DR. J. C. AYER k CO., Lowell, Massachusetts.
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
IN MEDICINE. je25td
SALT LAKE
Collegiate institute!
This Model Graded School for Boys and Girl*
will
Open Its Seventh Year
....OK....
Monday, Sept. 5, 1881.
The school year will consist of
forty weeks, out of which there will be
one week of vacation \t Christmas, and one
week just before the opening of the Spring
term. Connected with the school is a
Boarding Department,
in which a limited number of boys and girls
can And a comfortable home, under the per
sonal supervision of the Superintendent of the
school and his family. This department has
been so popular the past year that another
story will t>e put on the building during vaca
tion, ao as to secure more rooms.
. RATES OF B0ARDAND TUITION:
Board, Washing, Fnel and Lights,
par Quarter, (ten weeks)... .#63 00
Tuition In High
School.#10 per Quarter
Tnltlon In Grammar
Department.8 «• ««
Tuition In Interme
diate Department.6 SO “ “
Tuition In Primary
Deportment.9 •« «•
EXTRA-STUDIES.
Plano, with use of lustra.
meat... .from #8 to #33 per Quarter
Cnltnre of the Voice..30 •• •«
Palntingor Drawlug 10 *• u
Clermnu or French_ 6 “ “
Class Lessons In Elo*
ration. 9 <> •*
Private Lessons in
Elocution. 1 each.
For farther particulars inquire of
PROF. J. M. COYNER, 8npt., Or
R. G. McNIECE. Prest. Board of Director*.
Salt Lake, June iU, 1881, je24td
RE-OPENING
———OF THE —
City Mm$ Gallery.
LOUIS MONACO
THE PIONEER AND SUCCESSFUL ARTIST! *
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES
An taken »t this Osllery, with all the lateat
improTcments of finish and style.
COPYING, either Plain or Finished, In Crayon.
Color, or Ink, made a specialty—
Crayon work particularly.
Alto, ENLARGING or REDUCING, to any
site desired.
I.OI IN MONACO.
o9 Photographer and Proprietor.
Assessment Notice.
Northwestern consolidated min
iug Company.
Location of principal place of business, Eu
reka, Nevada.
Location of works. Eureka Mining District,
Eureka County, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 28th
day of April, A. D. 1881, an assessment (No. 1)
of one-half cent per share, waa 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,
Eureks, Nevsda.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid en the Thirtieth day of May,
A. D. 1881, will be delinquent, and adver
* tiaed for sale at public auction; and unless
payment is made before, will be sold on
Thursday, the 80th Day of June,
A. D. 1881,
to pay the delinquent assessment, together
with costa of advertising snd expenses or sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
WM. H. DAVENPORT, Seaxetary.
Office—District Attorney's Office, Court
house, Eureka, Nevada. ap29 tf
EUREKA
Real Estate & Collection A^eDCf,
MINING BUREAU,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
1 TRANSACTS A GENERAL REAL ESTATE
and Collection Business ; Draws and Ac
knowledges Instruments ; Rumlnes Titles ;
Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate ;
Examine, snd Reports npon Mines; Collects
Rents ; snd, In fact, will attend to any legiti
mate bnelnees in which there le a fee.
E. J. BUTLEB.
Office la SxrmriL building. Eureka, Her.
•V Refer* to any and all the buslneea men
of Eureka.
Eureka, Oct.». 1880. oUT-tf
A WKRTIBE IK THE EUREKA
A hntm, I be MM adrerUelng media*
iiilMi— >88848
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.__
R. SADLER & CO.
Nortu Main street,
EUREKA, - " NEVADA.
eal Ena ix....
General Merchandise,
GROCERIES,
.AND.
PROVISIONS !
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE.
A PULL LINE
.OF^HE.|
LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER
AGE3VTS FOR
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
FOREMAN AND i HOME.
.Also, licit! for ths.
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS,
.AND.
HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I
w-Gooda ««uwm to oil porta of totm. firM of ahorca,
J. C. BOTHIN. K. SADLER.
Baraka, January It, IMP._ jaalt tf
Earela and California
LUMBER COMPANY,
South Main StM Eureka.
California and Nevada
LTJMBSB,
OF AIX KINDS.
Mwtti, Orepn and Smar Pine
MINING TIMBERS
....▲ED....
Building Lumber.
A complete assortment of clear and
dressed Lumber, Flooring, Sid
ing, Rustle, and other style* of
Siding, Holding, Laths, Shingles,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc., al
ways hand.
Everything at the Lowest
Cash Rates.
GENUINE
Siier Sewing Hadis.
OFFICE—One door north of Bartlett'* whole
eel* liquor ltore, Main Streeet,
Eureka, Nevada.
Machines sold for Cash, or
on Installments, and
fully Guaranteed.
Repair! to ell meohlne* by competent work
men, end warranted. Needle* and all acces
sories supplied.
teates a Mitchell,
Eureka, March 81,1881. apltf
ALFRED SINGER,
TEACHER OF THR
PIANOFORTE AND SINGIN6,
Late of ban franciboo, would like
to looate in Eureka, ahould sufficient In
ducement be oflerod him. For reference*
plea** eee testimonials et this office.
TERMS :
Singing Lessens, per lesson....t* 00
I'iauo Lessons, par lesson. 8 SO
MTAll parties wishing to aecnr* Mr. Sing
er's services will please leave their name and
address at this office. lunttf
#CC * week in your own town. Terms and
jpDD H outfit free. Address H.Lum A
Oo.. Portland, Maine’
SlaSW*
DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH
Judicial District, in and far Eureka County,
State of Nevada.
John F.. Jones, J. D. Snlllvan, J. H.
Sullivan, and Ed. Looney vs. G.
K. Nesbitt.
The State of Nevada lends greeting to G.
K. Nesbitt.
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion commenced against you as defendant, by
John E. Jones, J. D. Sullivan, J. H. Sullivan
and Ed. Looney as plaintiffs, in the Dlatrlot
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 eerved in said county, or twenty days
if served cut of said county but within this
district, and in all other cases forty days; or
judgment by default will be taken against you,
acoordlng to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to recover judg
ment against yeu 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 eaat side of Prospect Mountain, in Eureka
Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada, from
the possession whereof plaintiffs allege yon
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 fbr costs of suit. All 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
tor the relief demanded In said complaint.
ALEXANDER WILSON,
Plaintiffs' Attorney.
Dated Eureka, Nevada, April 8,1881. law 8m
Hiram Johnson,
WholMAl* tad Betnil Dultr Id
mrit aid iuct
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS.
Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
Bad*. eared, livtri on hud.
A.T THE OLD STONE STOREHOUSE,
Monroe Strut.
Earekt, Auffa.t II. 1880. .aljtf
JOB WAGON.
Mao. Farlinger, Prop.
MAO. FABLINGEB’B JOB WAOON WILL
hereafter .tend In front of the .ton of
. Huk.ll.
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Chargee down to Bed Rook
m?24tf
TTTIQ PA pup MAT BE FOUND ON FILE
lnio rAriitv Qto_ t. bow.ii a oo-»
New.p.per Advertising Baiun (10 Spraoe St.)
Uir*»TTS«!*f
MISCELLANEOUS.
SHERIFF’S SALE.
R. SADLER, Plaintiff,
vs.
J. H. HAYNE8, Defendant.
By virtue of an execution issued
out of the District Court of the Sixth
Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in
and for Eureka county, and to me directed and
delivered for a judgment rendered in said
Court on the twenty-first day of December. A
D. 1877, in favor of B. Sadler, plaintiff, and
against J. H. Haynes, defendant, for the sum
of aeven hundred and throf and eighty-eight
hundredths dollars ($703 88) in IJ. 8. gold coin,
with interest on five hundred dollars ($500) of
said sum in like gold coin, at the rate of two
per cent per month from December 1, 1877, till
paid, and interest on the aura of two huudrrd
and eighty-six and fifty-three hundredths dol
lars ($286 53) from December 21, 1677, at the
rate of ten per cent per annum till paid.
I have on this ihe eleventh day of June, A.
D. 1881, levied on the following described
property, to wit ; All right, title and interest
of J. H. Haynes in or to that certain tract or
parcel of land and mining premises situate 1
in the Eureka Mining District, Eureka county.
State of Nevada, known as the Macon City lode
and mining claim, and more particularly de
scribed as follows; Beginniuing at a post
marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 250. whence
Ruby Hill No. 1 bears south 7 degrees 58 min
utes. east 3,602 feet; the Wide West shaft bears
north 6 degrees 17 minutes, cast 1.214 feet, and
the Macon City shaft bears north 8 degrees X
minute, west 1,204 feet; thence running, first
courae aouth 86 X degrees west. 200 feet to post
marked No. 2, U. 8. Survey No. 250; thence
second course north 3X degrees, west 1,500
feet to poat marked No. 3, U. 8. Burvey No.
250; thenc^ third courae north 86 X degrees
east, to post marked No. 4, U. 8. Survey No
250, and thence fourth course southeast 3X de
grees east 1,000 feet, to poat No. 1, to place of
beginning.
Also, all right, title and Interest of said J.
H. Haynes in or to that certain tract of land
and mining premises situated in the Eureka
Mining District, Eureka county, State ot Ne
vada, aDd called the Morning Star lode and
mining claim, and more particularly described
aa follows : Beginning at a post marked No. 1,
U. 8. Burvey No. 249, this poat stands on the
western boundary of U. S. Survey
No. 105, Wide West lode, whence poat
No. 3, the northwest corner of said Wide
Weat survey, bears north 3 X degrees, weat 46*
feet; Ruby Hill No. 1 bears south 5 degrees 31
mluutea, 4,945 feet, and the Wide West shaft
bears aouth 36 degrees 35 minutes, east 183 feet;
thence running: first, south 3X degrees, cast
205 4-10 feet along the western boundary of said
Wide West survey to a poat marked No 2, IT. S.
Survey No. 249, second, aonth 73X degrees,
weat 401 feet to post marked No. 3, U. S. Survey
No. 249; third, north 3X degree*, Wert 205 4-10
feet, to peat marked No. 4. U. 8. Survey No.
*249, and fourth, north 73X degrees, east 491
feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning.
Also, all right, title and Int rest of said J.
H. Haynes in or to that certain mine and min
ing claim situated on Adams Hill, Eureka Mm
lng District, Eureka county, State of Nevada,
and known as and called the Lone Pine ledge
or mine, constating uf i.500 feet of the ledge,
level or deposit, situated west of the Wide
West hoisting works, and adjoining Fadden A
Powell's, located January 1, 1*76. by J. H.
Haynes, J. Kidman and F. U. Whittenbcrg, and
recorded January 5, 1876 in Vol. F, p. 74,
Records Eureka Mining District, Eureka coun
ty, Nevada.
Public notice is hereby given that on
Saturday, the Noeoml liny of July,
A. II. 1**1,
between the hours of 9 o’clock a. m. and 5
o’clock p. M., to-wit . at 12 o’clock noon of said
day, I will sell all the right, title, claim ami
interest of the said defondaut. J. ll.IIr.yuca.
in and to the above described property at
public auction, for cash in hand, to the
highest and best bidder, at the front door of
the Courthouse in the town of Eureka, to sat
isfy said execution and all costs.
MATTHEW KYLK. Sheriff.
By J. F. Ma-ojc. Under Sheriff.
Bakes A Wises, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Eureka, June 11,1881. , Jel2td
SHERIFFS SALE.
P. If. Henaeu, Plaintiff,
VII.
I, W. Rtraudberg, Batllito Blnncbl,
Francisco Toma and Gabriel
Lanl. Defendants.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
of sale and decree of foreclosure, issued
out of the District Court of the Sixth Judi
cial District of the 8tate of Nevada, on the
twenty-second day of June A. D. 188«, in the
above entitled action, wherein P. N. Hansen,
the above named plaintiff, obtained judg
ment and decree against J. W. Strand berg, Bat
tlsto Bianchl, Francisco Toma and Gabriel
Lanl, defendants, which said decree was on
the twenty-second day of June A. D. 18sl, re
corded In Judgment Book B, page 298. I am
commanded to sell all the following described
property, to wit:
The whole of those certain pieces of mining
property known as “The Komi,’’ “The Jen
nie," and “ The Teresa ” mines, situate, lying
and being In Antelope Mining District, Lureka
County, 8tatc of Nevada, and about five miles
east of Alpha, on the Eureka & Palisade Rail
road, together with the mill site and all water
rights belonging and appertaining thereto, and
situated at Chimney Station, about one mile
east of Alphs, to rsise the full sum of one
thousand three hundred and sixty-nine and
one one-hundredths dollars ($1,269 01). in gold
coin, with interest on the nun of one thousand
one hundred and fifty and forty-two one-hun
dredths dollars ($1,150 42) thereof, at the rate
of two per cent per month from the date of
this decree till paid, and costs of this action,
taxed at one hundred and two dollars and thirty
one-hundredths dollars ($102 80), all in like
gold coin.
Public notice is hereby given that on
Friday, the Flfleeulh Day of July
A, D. 1**1,
between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. w., viz: at
12 o’clock, noon of said day, I will sell all the
right, title, claim and interest of the
above named defendants J. W. Btrandberg,
Battista Bianchl, Franclaco Toma and Gabriel
Lanl, of, in, and to the above described prop
erty, at the front door of the Court House, in
the Town and County of Eureka, at public suc
tion, for cash In hand, to the highest and best
bidder, to satisfy said order of sale, with all
costs and accruing costs.
MATTHEW KYLE. Sheriff,
James F. Mahon, Under Sheriff.
R. M. Beatty, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Eureka, June 24, 1881. je24td
Delinquent__Sale Notice.
Pb.nlx Rllyer Mining Company.
Location of'principal place of bnaineaa, Ban
Franclaco, California.
Location of works, Eureka Mining District,
Enreka County, Nevada.
Notice.—There are delinquent npon the fol
lowing described stock, on account of assess,
went (No. 23), levied on the ninth dsy of
May, 1881, the several amounts set oppo
site the names of the respective shareholders,
as follows:
No. No.
Names. Cert's. Shares. Ain't
Bayley G B, trustee.8310 100 $10 00
Bay ley G B, trustee.3312 100 10 00
Block k Bernhard, trustees SOM 25 2 50
Gluts k Loveland, trustees.3'UD1 100 10 00
Crandall W G, trustee.3077 eo 6 00
Crandall W G, trustee.3191 50 6 00
Coffin James, trustee.3193 100 10 00
Coffin James, trustee.3203 100 10 00
Christie Henry,trustee,bal.3005 9 90
Crowley k Goodman,trusts.3m 60 5 00
Chisholm D B, trustee.3383 1 10
Dougherty B. trustee, bal. .35.18 2 20
Forbes Charles, trustee. 3310 12932 1293 20
Forbes Charles, trustee.tv.3361 2231 223 10
Greenebaum, Helblng k Co,
trustees.3229 25 3 50
Hosmer ft OoDM, trustees,
bal.3118 58 H 6 85
Hoamer kOoDM, trustees,
bal.3119 62)4 6 25
Heamer ft Co D M, trustees,
bal.3120 30)4 3 05
Hosmer ftOoDM, trustees3345 is 1 50
Latham k King, trustees.. .3071 40 4 00
McDonald L M..3028 50 6 on
Bichardson E A, trustee—3145 loo 10 no
Richardson E A, trustee_3178 100 10 00
Richardson E ▲, trustee.3290 100 10 On
Richardson E A, trustee,bal.323C 2 20
Woods k Freeborn, trustees3108 50 5 00
Woods k Freeborn, trustees3221 100 10 00
Woods k Freeborn, trustees 3222 30 3 00
Wakefield k Co B B, trusts..3052 10 1 00
And in accordance with law, and an order of
the Board of Director*, made on the ninth
day of May, 1881, so many shares of each
parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will
be sold at public auction, at the office of the
Company, no. 308 Cjlifornla street, San Fran
claco. California, on
latorday, the Ninth Day of July,
1881,
At the hour of 12 o’clock M. of said day, to
pav said delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with costa of advertising and expenses
of the sale.
HERMAN LOEBER, Secretary.
Office—No.308 California street (up stairs),
Ban Franclaco, California. Je'Jltd
I WILL LEAVE HERE FOB HAMILTON ON
or about the 5th of July, where I will re
main two weeks. Persons needing my services
will please aek« a note of it.
jttl la 0. HAMILTON, Dentist.
THE
Weekly Sentinel
PUBLISHED
EVERY SATURDAY!
IS THE
Best Newspaper
FOB THE
Mir;iMiil;jManic
....OF....
EASTERN NEVADA!
IT IS ALSO
ft Most Valuable Journal
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To Ibe Various NIuIuk Camps of
■ be Parllle I'oa.l, anil to the
People of (be East.
IT 18 A
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It contains Everything of
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in the Minins' Fields of
the Pacific Coast.
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IT TO YOUR FRIENDS.
Price, - - S5 a Year.
W. E. DAVIDSON,
Bookseller, Stationer and
Newsdealer,
poRT-orrica inum,
1UBEKA.BBT ADA
A POLL LIB1 OP
Blank Books and Stationary
Of erery description kept oouteutly en hand
BDBB0BIPTI0N8 BBOBTVBD POB
Bew Pork Week! y, IllnatraUd Tlmee,
New York Ledger, Chimney Corner,
Plrealda Companion, Bew York Clipper,
Pemily Story Paper, Herper'a Weekly,
Baturday Night, Laalia’a Weekly,
Police Oaaette, Polloe Newt, end other
The Yarletlee, Xaaten Periodlcalr,
Which will ho promptly dellrered by carrier!
Eureka, October N, 187». ootl-tf
M. CALISHER
News Agent
• •• «AWD DEAL** IW....
STATIONERY
BUNN MD SCHOOL BOOKS,
Note and Letter Paper, Fancy Pa
peterlea,
Toys, Cutlery,
FANCY GOODS OF AI,L KINDS, BRUT
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Alao, Novel*. Eaatrra Periodical* and Maga
alua* alwaya oa band. Subscription* received
for any of the San Franciaco Dalllca and Weak
Ilea. Agent for tba Territorial Enterprlae,
Chronicle and Eureka Sontluel.
Euraka, January 11.1881. JaulStf
BDREKi WATER WORKS.
The water will de closed off
from the entire tiwn t«>. night at H o'clock
and will be turned on tomorrow luoininu at 5
o'clock, *nd will Continue lo be closed off from
day to day ns stated nntll further notice, with
the exception of that portion of the town tak*
ine water from Reservoir Hill. This step is
deemed necessary to accumulate sufficient
water for lire purposes.
j«7tl QEO. F. DLI98, Hnperinteudsni.
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWBLER8.
THE OLDEST
....AND THE....
LEADING
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT
....OF. ...
Eastern Nevada.
• -O
P. STELER,
Watchmaker,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER
-AND
DIAMON D-SBTTER,
Mnlu Ntrr.t. Kurrkn. !»**..
Has just receivkd and keeps con
stiititly on ti.u.l . in w .ml well .rloeted
•lock of tlio Ulm octk of
FINE O' E "W ELR "V1
DIAMONDS.
Cold and 8ilver Watches,
•/“Gold Chains, very fine jewelry, til "la
•olid gold, of all kinds; solid silver,
plated ware, and
CLOCKS,
SO Of every description ; all of
which he guarantees to be of the /j?^k
M. beat quality, and warranted u aSi,
represented and which ho offersmmm&
t*» aell at io per ceut. less than any other house
iu 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,
tr suit the times Npeeial attention pHitl
toPluetUteliwork. fine Watchea and
Clocks repaired, cleaned and warranted for ous
year. New Jewelry made to order and repaired.
All orders from the country promptly attended
to. P. NTt l.Elt.
Eureka, April 30,1880. mayl tf
ED. WILHELM,
CHRONOMETER
WATCH AND CLOCK
MAKER,
Jeweler and Optician,
IHITTOH'S BUILDING,
Keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock
of first-class
WATCHES,
CLOCKS! JRi
JEWELRY&*
—AND—
OPTICAL GOODS!
-.
—AND
Bj Law I’rlfM anil atrletlj Muueat
dealln* will make hla ea
tabllabmeat tbe Malaoa
do Con a a nee of
Baraka.
TWENTY YEARS’ EXPERIENCE.
•7* Twenty years' experience In the very Aral
chronometer, watch and elockmaklng eatab
llshmenta of Dreedeu, Paris, London, Shanghai,
Yokohama and San Francisco, a complete set of
machinery neceaeary for the manufacture and
repair of all kinds of time-keeping Instru
ments, comblnsd with the feet thet 1 refund
any monay If I ever should fall to give an tire
satisfaction, will be e fair guarantee thet none
but Aret-elasa work will leave my bends.
EDW. WILHELM.
Eureka, February 10,1M0. fll-tf.
J. STRAUS.
In Orerge Young’s dawssnltb Ntawp.
MAIN STREET....EUREKA.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND CL-.
Engraver. Repairing of watches,
Jewelry, end Engraving dona In a Rrl
workmanlike manner. English watch ^»Jr
repairing a specialty.
Eureka, April 1. 1881. ap3tf
Stomai, Hyde & Company
SIN FRANCISCO.
Largest Music House on the Coast.
Peclflc Oout Agent* for Jhe Oelebreted
WEBER PIAN08
—AMD—
Estey Organs.
Menu! ectnrere of me
SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO
For Brass Instruments,
8HBBT jvrrrsio.
And everything In the Mule Line tddreee
SHERMAN, HYDE A 00..
SAP FRANCISCO
Piano* and Organ* Sold on Ea*y
Term*.
Sheet Mule Depot et
Karris U. Jue<-|.k'e Oaldeu Sale
U»U Her*. Baraka.
MlKCELUNEotJ8^5
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dirluz i|ott«„ , '**«
- *"•* of,h*
Cincinnati, Ohio,
top-buccies mo pHIET[11,
in every rt,m
JMOO urruges I
work l» w.'rr«mi3!llTgh**h!,“,,o»- illth*
•re on Hie. .object t0 1?,^““*^^,^
Merer*. Rnuraon, Kilmer *•.IB*
1 have uawl ,,,,. 1 fc-k» i1,
>■;*”■ -.1 throe” £,
.table, and ,b,.y , "l ‘»o>eari1la1>1,1™«
faction and in conuau?u£' Pwf,ct Wla
_^SC*R asiun
Mesa" Co|jp<5i"5I‘‘V;,® c--J»lyli,in
have been n.li, U.e **
full *|P. Ml, *on.eii,ut“^1“r**j hit, u
and inyaclf |u ,ht. t ^ two p0,0 ^
.11 the money I ,,.ld fm ik ! ** W «**
* rilbtr tugtfifc* will do. My*
^TEAQCK.Fan,,
».a. ha. led to an tacreaeed Kih4ni *D|1 «m«Unt
Incentive, to njM.f wi,*td,ro“““»■
facllltleeof n,ei, mammoth Mtabfifk”,“tar|L
bean aitamled, cnahllnu them »
In good style, “ *“m to hmiw'
360 Carriages a Week
•ITdend for ■trlas~and"prics.|let. ]umtf
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
& arssss
ssaSg
*IASH(*0d,1_
potency, Puiiyn,
*“l»ll theterriblj
effect* of Belf-Abou
youthful foUletT;
_ . lamatum
of Memory,
Avcrclcin to Society, Dimnesa of
ID the Heed; the vital
In the urine, end many other diaeJaaTthatuS
to Insanity and death. “** '**■
****. WIJfTIE *111 agree to forfdt fin
IImt'lred llnllnraforacaaeof thlitlnJiko
«*• VIFAI. kehtohative iSi'K
Jl1'1*1 advice ,n.l treatment) will wtcwta1
{Kir^Amjftaras?!
ceaafully without mercury, < enanlletl.L
Frew. Thorough ciamlnatton and adrteei!
c! udl ng aualytls of urine, $t DO. Price clTi'mi
UoNiorntlve, 13 00 a bottle, or four ttaa
the quantity, »10 00; sent to any iddnatiu
receipt of price, or 0. 0. D„ aacnra Iron A
narration, and In private name If dMlrad,
A. K. Mi.HTIK, M. D.
11 Kearnj Hi. fan Fraaelaea,
1IK. 311ST IK*H HIDHEY EUUDT
* RK1U1M. cnraaaU UiSSSii
and Bladder Oomplalnte, Oononhat, dual
Beocorrbue. For aala by all drUftlta H 00 a
bottle, alt tottlra forll OO. ‘
I'll- MlNTIfTHDAEDUIOEmU
are the beat and cbeapaat DYSMUUA ml
BII.IOO H cura In the market. Fort
all drugglata. WAlf
ST. MARTS ACADEIT
8ALT LAM PITY, UTAH.
TI1K ACADEMY 18 END PR THE (SUM
of the Sitters of the Holy Owes. It U
situated in a secluded, healthy location. Am*
pic grounds are attached for exercise.
The building is spacious and provided with
modern Improvements. It affords am pis M*
com mod at ion for a large number of boerdiH,
bretdee tbe day school.
The Musical and Art Departments moon*
ducted on the plan of tbs best Oonsemlorisi
and Art Schools in Europe.
Tha Course of 8tudy comprises all the
branches of a thorough, solid and polite educa
tion ; and is such as to render tha pupils Intel*
ligent, useful And accomplished members of
society.
Wble St. Mery's possesses all tbs advantamt
of a first-class educational Instltstloa, tee
charges are moderate.
French and German being included Is the
English course, form no extra charge.
Pupils of all denominations received, isdM
Interference with their religions belief. If
special uniform required.
Attached to the Academy le • seperete build*
lug fur little boys, boarders and day pupils.
They receive the care and teaching which tnelf
tender age end the confiding trust of tbii*
parents expect.
For circulars, etc., address lister lspmlcr»
as above.
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
*
RENO, NEVADA.
Miss Kate A. Sill, Principal.
Tub advantages which ran «»
nary •florilrtr.un.nrtiu.M by tnymoM
wet of tk. Rooky UobbWm. ™ «"g
ore u low u to id; ichocl of lb. MB* I™*1
The riftli Tear will MU nu*
tiny, Anf.ll SS. 1SSS.
tr For kJml.aloo or for .1 realm, UUM*
BISHOP WHITAIBB.
Ij jo tf Tlrylnl. City.
PATENTS
Obtained for our new intent!on*, *2 *
protemenU In old onee, boalDUt
menu, Trade-marke, and all patent euai
r,X«™*T HAY. MBMg
JEOTED may utlll. In “"*',?*? iJiS
by ur. Uolne ‘-natilMS SiaC
and fliKe*«d In PATBHT BIJSIEEBS
HI VKI.Y. we can lecure patml* U iw
than Ihoae who are remote from
When Inrcntora wnd model « B
wake aoan h In the Patent 0<*“*• *
to It. patentability Wi of
Rodciuuoi uNLK48 BATENT I* OB
T WeroTer. by perm1**^”; fort
master, and to the *uPfr*“,*°aln Wilklnf**®'
*U-*ddr“*C. A. SNOW A Co.,
nMtf AneoaltePatent Offloe. Weri.ln«toM^
C. W. CRANE.
PURCHASING AGENT,
ESTABLISHED IE l*15'
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qkbyed ie aitt qdaetwt
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the drlrere of our wegonm waLCV08Bj
Eureka. WofemberH 1 **• jYt*
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