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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
Injure Yonr Properlj . F. B. Aideraon, representing the iEtna, Hartford Connecticut and other compa nies, gives immediate insurance in Board companies by writing policies on applica tion. thus avoiding the dangers of delay in getting policios from Bail Francisco. * — ♦ —— Mil) Iteaan No. 1 full size letter paper for sale at $3 per ream, at Schneider’s Drug Store. — The hast ‘ hit'’ cigars in town arc the “Owl,” • Trariata" any 1’umariega, for sale at the 1’. O. Cigar Stand. * Dwidxus has just received an immense invoice of “ Owl ” cigars. They are flue.* Yor car. alwavs get a good cigar at the P. O. Cigar Stand. * All the lixiugs for mince meat, fresh, and fur sale cheap, at T. It. Hutciuxsox A Co.’s “Old Jrutin” cigarette tobacco, fresh supply received every week by Davidson at the P. O. Cigar Stand. * MISCELLANEOUS. AYER’S HAIR VIGOR f or Ui storing; Wra) Hair TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. Advancing years, sickness,care, dis appointment and hereditary predis position, all turn the hair gray, and either of them in cline it to shed prematurely, s Ayer’s Hair » Vigor, by long 0 and extensive use, ^ has proven that it 1 stops the falling i of the hair imme diately ; often re news the growth; and always surely restores Its color, when faded or gr*y. It stimulates the nutritive organs to healthy activity, and preserves both the hair and its beauty. Thus brashy, 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 As is Dressing? for Ladies* Hair the Vigor is praised for its grateful and agree able perfume, and valued for the soft lnstre and richness of tone It imparts. FREl’ARKD BY DR. J. C. AYER k CO., Lowell, Massachusetts. Practical and Analytical Chemists. BOLD DY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE. je25td SALT LAKE Collegiate Jnstitute! This Model Graded School for Boys and Girls will Open Its Seventh Year ....ON.... Monday, Sept. 5, 1881. The school year will oohsist of forty weeks, out of which there will be one week of vacation at 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 find 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 ■tory will be put on the building during vaca tion, so as to secure more rooms. RATES OF BOARDAND TUITION: Board, Washing, Fuel and Ltghtu, per Quarter, (ten weeks)_963 00 Tuition in High Reboot.910 per Quarter Tnltlon In Wrammar Department.8 «« “ Tnltlon in Intcrme* dlate Department.O 50 “ “ Tuition lu Primary Department.5 « •< EXTRA STUDIES. Plano, with use of Instru ment— Irom It to 183 per Quarter ('nltnreof the Voice..20 “ •« Palutlngor Drawing lo “ “ aermauor French.... 6 “ “ Class Lessons in Elo cution. a “ •» Private Lessons In Eloention. 1 each. For fujtber particulars inquire of PROF J. M. COYNER, Supt., Or R. G. Mi’NlECE, Preet. Board of Directors. Balt Lake, June 21,1881. je21td RE-OPENING -OF THE — - City Flirt Gallery. LOUIS MONACO THE PIONEER AND RDOCUSFOl ABTIST1 r NOTHING BUT THE BEST AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES Are taken at this Gallery, with all the lateat Improvements of finish and style. ’ COPYING, either Pleln or Finished, In Ornyon, Color, or Ink, made a specialty— Orayon work particularly. Also. ENLARGING or REDUCING, to any •lae dealred. I. or IS MONACO. o# Photographer and Proprietor. Assessment Notice. Northwestern consolidated min ing Company. Location of principal place of business, Eu reka, Nevada. Location of works, Eureks Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that st 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, was levied upon the capital atock 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 on the Thirtieth day of May, A. D. 1881, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction; and nnless payment is made before, will he sold on Thursday, the 30th 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, Seeretsry. Office—District Attorney’s Office, Court house, Eureks, Nevada. ap29 If MIitate&ColMoiiipcy, MINING BURKAU, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. r|TRANSACTS A GENERAL REAL ESTATE A and Collection Boh loess ; Draws and Ac. knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles • Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate ; Examines and Reports upon Mines • Collects Rents ; and, in fact, will attend to any legitl mate business In which there is a fee. Z. J. BUTLER, OSes is Rcsnm. building. Eureka, Ner. Refers to any and all the business men of Kurekft. Eureka, Oct. X, 1*80. 037-tf A ErCBTIil ni THE IITEEIIA £i2i£SHinu *"* GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS._ R. SADLER & CO. NTortli Main street, EUREKA, - - NEVADA. EA L EH S IN..., General Merchandise, GROCERIES, . AND. PROVISIONS ! CIjOTHIKTO, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A. FULL LINK .OF THE.| LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER AGENTS FOE INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME.. a.tlio, Aftnu hr the.,,... CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I •T’Ciooila delivered to ell porta of town, free of chare*. J. C. BOTHIN. U. SADLER. Eureka, Janaary M, 1880. JanlS if Eureka ail California LUMBER COMPANY, 8outh Main St.y Eureka. California and Nevada Xj TJ ZNX 15 15 Jbo, OF iU KIIM. BeM,Orepi ail Sutcar Fine MINING TIMBERS ....▲HD.... Building Lumber. A complete assortment of elear and dressed Lumber. Flooring. Bid ing, Rnstls, and other styles of Siding, Holding, Laths, Shingles, Doors, Bashes, Blinds, etc., al ways hand. Everything at the Lowest , Cash Rates. GENUINE Singer Saving lines. OFFICE—One door north of Bartlett'! whole sale liquor store. Main Streeet, Eureka, Nevada. Machines sold for Cash, or on Installments, and fully Guaranteed! Bepalrs to all machines by oompetent work men, and warranted. Reedies and all acces sories supplied. YEATES A MITCHELL, Eureka, March SI, 1881. apltf ALFRED SINGER, TEACHES Or THE PIANOFORTE AND SINGING, Late ot ban fbancisco, would like to locate in Eureka, should sufficient in ducement be oftered him. For references please see testimonials at this office. TERMS : Heklet Lessens, per lesson_|S 00 Piuuo Lessons, per lessen. B 00 i^AU parties wishing to secure Mr. Sing er's services will please leave their name and address at this office. lusttf 4CC * week In your own town. Terms and jDD W outfit tree. Address H. Hallstt t Co., Portland. Mains' DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS. TS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JL Judicial District, In and fer Eureka County, State of Nevada. Jobss E. Jones, J. D. Sullivan. J. II. Uni IIvan, and Ed. Looney va. O. K. Nesbitt.. The State of Nevada sends greeting to O. X. Neabltt. Yon 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 District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, In and for the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and ansver the complaint therein, vhich 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 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 yen 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 (tl.COO) damages for the withholding of said premises, and for costs of suit. All of which will more fully appear by reference to the com plaint on Ale in this action, to which refer ence Is hereby made. And you are hereby notlAed, that If you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will pray the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. ALEXANDER WILSON, _ , _ Plaintiffs’ Attorney. Dated Eureka, Nevada, April S, 1801. law 3m Hiram Johnson, Wholeeele tad Retail Dealer la • Tim ill FAKCT GROCERIES ....AND.... PROVISIONS. Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Bn*a* eared, elver* *& bead. AT THE OLD STONE STOREHOUSE, Monro* Street. Eureka, Amjruet 18.18*0. aulOtf JOB WAGON. Mac* Far linger, Prop. AO. PARLINGEB'S JOB WAGON WILL 1TX hereafter ataad la front of the a tore of W. P. Heekell. All Orders Promptly Attended to Charges down to Bed Rook afMtf THIS PAPER *^rgS8VS5 Newspaper Adwertlatac Bureau (10 Bpruoa St.) FbaraadTwMely ooitracU say be aaada far MISCELLANEOUS. SHERIFFS SALE R. SADLER, Plaintiff, vs. J. H. HAYNES, 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 ■gainst J. H. Haynes, defendant, for the sum of seven hundred and three and eighty eight hundredths dollars ($703 88) in U. 8. gold coin, with Interest on five hundred dollars ($300) of ■aid aum in like gold coin, at the rat* of two per cent per month from December 1, 1877, till paid, and interest on the sum of two hundred and eighty-six and fifty-three hundredths dol lars ($286 63) from December 21, 1*77, at the rate of ten per cent per anuum till paid. I have on this the 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 I in the Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, State of Nevada, known aa the Macon City lode and mining claim, and more particularly de scribed aa follow*: Beginnlniug at a post marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 230, whence Ruby Hill No. 1 bears sontli 7 degrees 58 min utes. east 3,002 feet; the Wide West shift bear* north 6 degrees 17 minutes, east 1.214 feet, and the Macon City shaft bears north 8 degrees minute, west 1,204 feet; thence running, first course south 86)4 degrees west. 200 feet to post marked No. 2, U. 8. Survey No. 260; them e ; second course north 3)# degrees, west 1,600 feet to poat marked No. 3, U. 8. Survey No. 260; thence third course north 86)4 degrees east, to post marked No. 4, U. S. Survey No. 250, and thence fourth course southeast 3)4 de grees east 1,600 feet, to poat No. 1, to place of beginning. Also, all right, title and inb rest of said J. H. Haynes in or to that certain tract of laud and mining premises situated in the Eureka Mining District, Eureka county. State cf Ne vada, and called tho Morning Star lode and mining claim, and more particularly described as follows : Beginning at a post marked No. 1, U S. 8urvey No. 249, this post stands on the western boundary of U. H. Survey No. 103, Wide West lode, whence poat No. 3, the northwest corner of said Wide West survey, bears north 3)4 degrees, west 46 * feet; .Ruby Hill No 1 bears south 5 degrees 31 minutes, 4,945 feet, and the Wide West shaft bears south 36 degrees 35 iniuutes, east 183 feet; thence running: first, south 3)4 degrees, east 205 4-10 feet along the western boundary of said Wide West survey to a poat marked No 2, U K. Survey No. 249; second, south 73)* degrees, west 401 feet to post marked No. 3, U. 8. Survey No. 249; third, north 3)4 degree*, west 205 4-10 feet, to post marked No. 4. U. 8. Burvey No. 249, and fourth, north 73)* degrees, east 491 feet, to poat 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 sltnated on Adams Hill, Eureka Min Ing District, Eureka county, State of Nevada, and known as and called the Lone Pine ledge or mine, consisting of l,5f4) fei.t of the ledge, level or deposit, situated west of the Wide West hoisting work*, and adjoining Faddeu k Powell’s, located January !, 1876, by J. H. Haynes, J. Kidman and F. It. Whltteuberg. 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 Necoiiil Ikay or July. A. Ik. 1**1, between the hours of 9 o’clock a. m. and 5 o’clock r. m., to-wit : at 12 o'clock noon of said day, I will sell all the ri*ht. I4tle, claim and interest of the said defendant. J. 11. Haynes, In and to the above described property at public auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, at the front doer of the Courthouse in the town of Eureka, to sat isfy said execution and all costs. Matthew kyle, sheriff. By J. F. Ma-oh, Under Sheriff. Baku k Wines, Plaintiff’s Attorney. Eureka, June 11,1881. jel2td SHERIFF’SSALE. P. If. Hanaeu, Plaintiff, vs. J. W. Strauilberg;, Rnttlsto Binaicbi, Francisco Toma and Uabrlfl Lanl, Defendants. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER of tale and decree of foreclosure, issued out of the District Court of the Sixth Judi cial District of the Stste of Nevada, on the twenty-second day of June A. D. 1hh». in the above entitled action, wherein P. N. Hansen, the above named plaintiff, obtained judg ment and decrco against J. W. btr»ndbrrg, bat tisto Bianchi, Francisco Toma and Gabriel Lanl. defendants, which said decr«e wes on the twenty-second day of Jnne A. D. 18*1, re corded in Judgment Book B, page 293. I am commanded to sell all the following described property, to wit: The whole of those certain pieces of mining property known as "The Itoms,” “The Jen nie,” and “ The Tcr< sa ” mints, situate, lylug and being in Antelope Mining District. Eureka Countv, State of Nevada, and about five miles east of Alpha, on the Eureka A Palisade Rail road, together with thfrmill site and all water right! belonging and appertaining thereto, and situated at Chimney Station, about one mile east of Alpha, to raise the full sum of one thousand three hundred and sixty nine and one one-hundredths dollars ($l,:it>9 01), In gold coin, with interest <»n the mm <*f one thousand ono 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 onehundred and two dollars and thirty one-hundredths dollars ($102 t0), all In like gold coin. Public notice is hereby given that on Friday, the Fiftecutli Day of July A. D. 1881, between the hours ef 9 a. m. and 5 p. v„ vis: at 12 o'clock, noon of ssid day, I will sell all the right, title, claim and lutereat of th* above named defendants J. W. Strandberg. Battista Bianchi, Francisco 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 ssid order of sale, with all costa and accruing costs. MATTHEW KYLE, Sheriff. James F. Mason, Under Sheriff. R. M. Beattx, Plaintiff’s Attorney. Euraka, June 24, 1881. je24td Delinquent_Sale Notice. Pbcnlz Surer Mining Company. Location of principal place of business, 8an Francisco, California. Location of works, Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada. Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, ou account of assess, went (No. 33), levied on the ninth day of May, 1381, the several amounts set oppo site the uames of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. No. Names. Cert's, (hares. Ain't Bayley O B, trustee.3310 100 $10 00 Bayley G B, trustee.3313 100 10 00 Block it Bernhard, trustees 3050 35 3 50 Clute A Loveland, trustees.3001 100 10 00 Crandall W G, trustee.3073 00 o 00 Crandall W G, trustee.3191 50 5 00 Coffin James, trustee.3193 100 10 (JO Coffin James, trustee.3303 100 10 00 Christie Henry,trustee,bal.3005 9 DO Crowley It Goodman,trusts.3331 60 6 00 Chisholm D B, trustee.3383 1 10 DoughertyB, trustee, bsl..8338 3 30 Forbes Charles, trustee.,..8340 13933 1393 30 Forbes Charles, trustee... .3301 3331 333 10 Greenebaum, Hslbing A Co, trustees.3339 36 3 60 Hosmer fe CoD M, trustees. bal.3118 68 X 6 86 Hosmer A Co D M, trustees. bal.8118 63)6 6 36 Hosmer A Co D M, trustees, bal.8130 80)6 3 06 Hosmer A Co D M, trustees 3343 15 1 60 Latham A King, trustees.. .3011 40 4 00 McDonald LM..3038 60 6 00 Bichardson E A, trustee_3146 100 10 00 Bichardson E A, trustee_3178 100 10 00 Bichardson E A, trustee.3390 100 10 00 Bichardson E A, trustee,bal.3330 3 30 Woods AFreeborn, trustees.3108 60 6 00 Woods* Freeborn,trustees3331 100 10 00 Woods* Freeborn, trnstees 3333 30 3 00 Wakefield A Co 8 B, trusts .3053 10 1 00 And In accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the ninth day of May, 1881, so many shares of each parcel of such stock ss may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the office of the Company, No. 30* C.llfornla street, San Fran cisco, California, on Ikluday, Use Ninth Day of July, 1881, At the hour of 13 o'clock u. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with ooets of advertising and expenaes of ths sals. HEBMAN LOEBEB. Secretary. Office—No. 808 California street (up stslrs), San Francisco, Oallfornls. Je3ttd NOTICE. I WILL LEAVE HEBE FOB HAMILTON ON or about the 6th of July, where I will re main two weeks. Parsons needing my services will pleats make • note of it. Jsii la o. Hamilton, Dentin. ✓ THE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY! IS THE Best Newspaper FOR THE Miner, MercitaotS Mectaic ....OF.... EASTERN NEVADA! IT 18 ALSO Tb6 Host Valnatile Journal TO SEND ABROAD To (be Varloua Mining (anapa of Ik* Pari lie 4'oaal, and to Ik* People of the Kiaal. IT 18 A Perfect Compendium OF NEWS. It contains Everything of Interest that Transpires In the Minlnsr Fields of the Pacific Coast. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS. Price, - - #5 a Year. Mnpeiit Sale Notice. Albion Consolidated Mining Corn Location of principal place of buatnaaa, Ban Francisco, California. Location of works. Banks Mining District, Nevada. Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. 7) levied on the Nineteenth day of May, 1881, the aevenl amounts set op posite the namea of the respective aharehold ers, aa follows: „ *o. No. Namea. Certs. Shares. Ain't Atkinson k Co Thoa T trustees .7988 100 *95 00 Bayley O B. truatee.7088 100 it GO Crandall W O, trustee.2194 10 180 Chlaholm D B, trustee. ...9310 20 8 Oil Chlaholm D B, truatee.9318 8 75 Chlaholm D B, truatee.2968 80 7 60 Dixon T H. truatee. 2177 80 7 60 Deane Coll, truatee.2280 50 12 50 Deane Coll, trustee.2790 50 12 50 Freeborn A Co, trusters. . ..2240 5 1 25 Goldman M, truatee, bal.. 1299 1 23 Hawke H D, trustee. 784 SUO 50 00 Hale A Pacheco, trustees.. *12.1 25 0 25 Hoamer A Co D M, truateea 2800 200 60 00 Dutcblneon F W. trustees.2214 100 25 00 Hawkins A Co James J K, trustees.2719 20 6 00 Jones H G, truatee.2909 45 IT 26 Joues U G trustee.276.1 100 25 (10 Kenney A Ikyrr, true tree.. ls8T 50 19 30 Looke Win L, trustee.9158 10 2 30 Locke Win L, trustee.2723 SO 6 00 Levinson W A, trustee.1304 100 25 00 Levinson W A, trustee.2142 25 0 23 Liebe-man Tb, trustee.2313 10 2 50 Rountree A Langland, true. 170 100 25 00 Root Geo B.trustee.1137 200 50 00 Htelu Net, truatee. 929 30 I to Verdenal D F, trustee. 290 300 75 60 Wakefield A Co H B,trustees 3310 23 0 36 Wakefield ACo8B.tru«teea30l>7 60 13 50 Weill Chiie L, trustee.1687 23 it 26 Weill Chaa L, trustee.2184 lfi 2 30 Wright W H, trustee. .2994 1000 230 00 Albion Miming Company. (OLD STOCK.) Cop# A Dtvla, truateea.918 180 t*7 80 And In accordance with law, and an order of the Boerd of Directors, made on the 19th day of May, 1881, so many shares of each panel of auch etoek aa may be neceeetry will be eold at pnbltc auction, at tha emca of “erker Crittenden, auctioneer, Room 28, Mer* Building, No. 431 California street. Ben Francisco, Cal , on WwduiMHlny, the Thirteenth Dny or July, 1831, At the hour of 9 o'clock r is., of said day, to pay said delinquent aaeeeeinent thereon, to. gather with ooste of advertising and expenses of the eale. D. B. CHISHOLM, Becretarv. OIBce-Boom 6, No. 827 Fine street. Ben Francisco. California. Je28td ukm * WATCHMAKE118 AND JEWBLEItS. THE OLDEST ...•AMD THE.... LEADING JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT ....or.... Eastern Nevada. P. STELER, Watchmaker, MANUFACTURING JEWELER — ain>— DIAMOND-SETTER, ■•In street. Koreha. New.. Has just deceived and keeps con •tantly on hand a new and well selected Stock of the latest patterns of FINE JEWELRY! DIAMONDS. Gold and Silver Watches, *T"Ould Chains, rery fine jewelry, all'll •olid gold, of all kinds; solid tUrrr. plated wars, sad OIjOOKS, Of every description ; ell of which he guarantees to be of the beet quality, and warranted as represented and which he offers to sell at 25 per cent, leas than any other bouae in Eastern Nevada. Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave and Convex SPECTACLES eud EYE-GLASSES. Please call and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Pricey tr suit the times. N|M>cial nl ten tlosi paid to Fine tt nteli work. Fine Watches end Clocks repaired, cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order and repaired. All orders from the country promptly attended to. P. NTl.LCK. Eureka, April 30,1880. inayl tf ED. WILHELM, CHRONOMETER WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, Jeweler and Optician, WHITTDN’S BUILDING, Keeps constantly on hand a wall selected stock of first-class WATCHES, &CLOCK8! A JEWELRY** —AND— OPTICAL GOODSI —AND— Bp Law Yrlen and etrlctly lluaMl dealing will rnaka hla ra> tubllalimrnt lha Nalwa da ConfliauM of Eureka. TWENTY YEARS’ EXPERIENCE. Mr Twenty yeare* experience In the very Brat chronometer, watch and clockmeklng caiab llehmenta of Dreaden, Parle, London, Bbengbal. Yokohama and Ban Franclaco, a complete eet of machinery neceaeary for the manufacture and repair of all klnde of time-keeping I net ru men to, combined with the fact that 1 refund any money If lever ahould fall to give entire eatlefactlon, will be a fair guarantee that none but flrabclaae work will leave my banda. EDW. WILHELM. Eureka, February 10,1000. fll-tf. J. STRAUS. In George Touug'a Gan an. 11 It Nhop. MAIN STREET.EUREKA. WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND Engraver. Repairing of watchee, Jewelry, and Engraving dona In a workmanlike manner. EngUah watch repairing a apeclalty. Rnreka, April 3, 1881. apstf Sim, Mi k Company SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pacific Ooaat Agent, for lha Celebrated WEBER PIANOS —AND— Estey Organs. M an ufaotarere of lha SHERMAN t HYDE PIANO For Brass Instruments, BHXBT Iwirrsio, And avarything In lha Malta Una addraaa SHERMAN, HYDE Ac 00.. •AN FNANOISCO Piaooi and Orggns Sold on Eaiy Twrau. ■heat Mnalo Depot at Morrle K. Joarph i Balden Mala Stwt.it Mart, Itiaa. ffiSON, FISHER & CO Cnolnnati, Ohio. TOP-BUGGIES and phaetok '•■•‘Wn, limit miltln, in every 70,000 MRU® i 3*sssss*Ma purl similar to the MlS^J*!'?V*T. of • rn on Die, aubjec, t„ 1 ^r"?t?on ;rSr«1*w&cli Merer*. EmerMn.^u^’i1^"1^*’1*7* I have need on« „f " 81» • Jinr«..i„| three of then, tini”1’'Weiss stable, and tl„ y have 1/ Toast,In ;j,y faction and are In conataafnJJ* vtrl,l:< »SZ _^SUAB SMALLEY Meitsra. Cop^'V i‘ Joi^n’ ,alT \UT» have Wen using the Einarmaw?'?1' Sin: bought front you, aa roughw Wgy our conld. I had a fait hLJ "f1'*.*#! full speed, aotneliniea with t».“ov* b|a at and rnyaelf In the buW ,ld It,! fr<J1WL Tadiea nll tbe money I paid 8?*,, V«r ^*T»«'«! k Fisher buggiwi will do. 7l the™»oa A M. TEAOUE, Yertpaa Tbi! favorable repnUilon th» made In lot.lit,,, where tl.e^h,,, ^'*hl’« for Several year, by llvemnm .S?” farmer, aud ot I,era. requiriimhSd une haa led to ,u 11; rrea.ed de,!.!?!'1 "’“hoi lor.lltlea, to meet whh-h t>. nAc^ fromthw' facllitleaof their man moth t«eu extended, enablingth.mnow in good atyle, 111 noir tarn oat, 360 Carriages a Week. KTBead for ■iyic’^Tpric^^ Juaitf THE GREAT EHGLISH^SeIeS J* » naver-faiUoi asuS'S Vltatlt/; SS WeUtiaaa. Speraw torrhtra, |.,wr * a* hood”!: pcfficj, Plralyiia, IS"1 i ' t*"|bl. effect, of Salf.Abnaa Youthful folliaa Uii exceaae, |Q matuttr Of Hlemoi7. LM.ltnd., Avernlon to Society, Idumea, of viaioT S In lb. Head; tha vital fluid paMlng uuobZ^S In the urine, and many other dlaeuea thuuj to insanity and death. **a *>H. MIJITIE will agree to forfeit Fla* If uu<lre«l fieri I nan for a caae of thin kind timt the VITAL KFXTOMATIVE „£*£**,' ■pedal advice and treatment) will not car. .• for anything Impure or InJorlona found u, it •►K. MIX f IE treat. allTrlvS. W^SiiJL reaafuily without mercury, tdnanllntle. Frew. Thorough examination and advice In. eluding analynleof urine, |( 00. PHceot Vital He-alorutlvp, $0 00 a bottla, or four time! tha quantity. $10 00; Mat to any addnceuoa receipt of price, or 0. O. D„ secure fttua cL M-rvatlon. Md in private nam. If desired, A* Aw HI9ITIE| la D< 11 UearuY St. Son FraaelaM, DR. MIRTIE*S KIDNEY BEREST. X KFH M Kr itT M, cum. all kinds of £££ and llladder Complaints, Gonorrhoea, QlesL Lmioorrhcca. For ssle hy sll druggists $1 Mi bottle, six bottles for $A 00. ISM. niXTIE*SDARDELIOEFILU are the beet and cheapest DYSFEFSIA ta) HI I.lot N curs In us msrkst. Ten all druggtata. Bt.,1] ST. MARY'S ACADEMY SALT LASS OITT. UTAH. The academy is dkdkb thi osamx of the Bister* of tbs Holy Cross. It M situated In a secluded, healthy location. Am* pie grounds are attached tax exercise. The building le spacious and provided with modern improvements. It affords implies. eoimu> iUtion for a large number of boirden, best dee the day school. The Muaical and Art Departments moot* ducted on the plan of the best Conservator!* and Art Schools in Eirops. The Court* of Study comprise* All tbs branches of a thorough, solid and polite sdnca* tlou; and is such a* to render the pupils Intel* llgeut, useful and accomplished member* of society. Whi* Bt. Mary's possesses all th* advents*** of a f r*t-clasa educational Institution, the charges are moderate. French and German being included la the English course, form no extra charge. Pupils of ell denominations received, andno Interference with their religious belief. Eo special uniform required. Attached to th* Academy 1* a separate baud* Ingfor little boya, boarder* and day panto. They receive th* care end teaching whish their tender age and the confiding bruit Of their parents expect. „_. For circular*, *to., address ll*t*f laperio*i ae above. __ SCHOOL FOR GIRLS RENO, NEVADA. Miss Kate A. Sill, Principal. Tqz advantages which thii nsry Alford* irooainraiiiAd »sut of th* Bocky MouoUta*. Tku u. is low is la say school of th# •*»• I7*31 Th* FI fill Tcsr will B**l» day. Ant nsl M. IW>. %f rot Admission or for clrcalAM. •**"“ BISHOP WHITAlZ*. j, l0 j/ VlrmalsOlty.SATAdA. PATENTS Obtained for our new Invention*, M proveinents lu old one.. OaTeete. “gg menu, Trade-marka, and all patent pr,7>JK«!SK-wat have biW » JKVTED may .till. In “j" rTpaten' dRc., by ua. Being opMalt* the C. S. r»"“ end engaged lu PATENT BUSINESS « S1VKI.Y. W. can aacura,p£w2l5« tban Iboae wbo are reniotefrom When Inventor* aeud model « make aearoh In tbePatent 0«oa. to It* patentability rai*°» Ci^n,bla' tad ^chIkoi “»«i* Tatiw M OB T We ^efer, by Dfrnii,*lon, lo4)^'0®,JI,Ipit IDMiUr. Mid to »• ln WAthlDft00, »:rr.rnrir.»^^ "-■"""c. A.SNOW &Ca,, nWtf npBO«ltoPttoPt Oflc».Vuhl - C. W. CRANE, PURCHASING AGENT, MT1BLI8HED I* 1*W. DEB80N8 nE81 DIN<» A**TJ[?U " “2 4 ^r*D^'JrDm“ .°“ B.v. tk.lt «** ohaodlae, graat or amau, lowaal «*• filled promptly, wd prlcee. by aJdraaaln^ flBAljl^ jj. RSSrS'wSid^*" DAIBY PURE BILE sebved nc AW qcantiwM^ «!? Enr m m«»t SB