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Curcka Daily Sentinel.
Fifty Ream
No. 1 full size latter paper for sale at $'
per ream, at Schneider's Drag Store. —
The beat “bit” cigars in town are the
■'Owl," "Trariata” any l’umariega, foi
aaie at the I*. O. Cigar Stand. *
Davidsox lias jnst received an immenae
invoice of " Owl " cigara. They aro fine.*
Tor can always get a good cigar at the
P. 0. Cigar Stand. *
, All the fixinga for mince meat, fresh,
and for sale cheap, at
T. R. Hutchinsox & Co.’s
“ Old Jitdoc ” cigarette tobacco, fresli
supply received every week by Davidson al
the P. O. Cigar Stand. *
MISCELLANEOUS.
Ayer’s Cathartic Pills.
FOR ALL PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC,
t Caring Costive
* ness. Jaundice, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul
Stomach and Breath,
Headache, Erysipe
las, Files, Rheuma
tism, Eruptions and
Hkia Diseases, Bil
iousness, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Tet
h ter, Tumors and Salt
Rheum, Worms,
Gout. Neuralgia, as e Dinner Pill, and purify
ing the blood, are the mostcongenlel purgative
yet perfected. Their effects abundantly show
how much they excel all other pllle. They are
safe and pleasant to take, but powerful lo cure.
They purge out the foui humora of Ihe blood;
they stimulate the a 1 ngglah or dlaerdered organa
Into action, and they impart health and tone to
the whole being. They care not only the every
day complaints of everybody, but formidable
and dangerous diseases. Meat skillful physi
cians, most eminent clergymen, and our bos I
citizens send certificates of cures performed
and of great benefits derived from these pllle.
They are the ssfeel and beet physic for chil
dren, because mild as well ms effectual. Being
sngar-coatcd, they are easy to take; and being
purely vegetable, they are entirely harmless.
PREPARED BY
DR. J. 0. AYER k 00., Lowell, Mtssachusetti.
Practical and AJialytical Chemist*.
SOLD BY ALL DBUOGI8T8 AND DEALERS
IN MEDICINE.Jy2td
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Under Charge of the Sis
ters of the Holy Cross.
The academy, provided with mod
ern improvements and spacious grounds,
affords ample accommodation for a large num
ber of boarders.
The Coarse or Btadles
Comprises all the branches of a thorough edu
cation, and is such as to reader the pupils in
telligent, nseful and accomplished member!
of society.
The Musical sad Art Departments
Are conducted on the same plan as the bast
coniervatoriss and art schools la Europe.
French and German
Being Included la the English couree form no
extra chores.
Pupils of all denomination* raoalved and no
iuterferanee with their religion* belief.
No special uallora required.
Attached to the Academy la t building for
UtlU bey boarders.
^•ST^Ths pall Term begins Mondey, August
itet circulars address Bister Superior.alOdaw
FOR _SALE.
Spiendlfl Property at a Great Bargain.
rpHl PLACE KNOWN AS MITCHELL k
WON'S RANCH, in Steptee Valley, midway
between Ward end Cherry Creek, la for eale at
a great bargain on eaay terma. It contalne
1,000 acrea nnder fence. The land grows hay,
grain and regetablea. It la alao a magnificent
->ck range. Tho lmprorementa oonalet of e
dwelling, atablea, correla, etc. There la also t
good dairy entflt. Will be eold with or without
the horaea and cattle. The proprietors offer
to aell because they deelre to go Eeet. Address
Mitchell k Lyons, Cherry Credk, White Pine
County, or apply on the premises. seitf
For. Sale.
J1IVI HUNDRED AND PORTE ACRES OP
fine lend, well watered end covered by a
United Statea Patent, klao, 300 tone of good
hay and 100 tona common hay; two mowing
machines and two hay preaaaa ; one hey rake,
three wsgone, one bnggy. 10 fine milk cows, 38
brood mares, 35 young horses, one Imported
}tck from Paris, Missouri, one Norman etal*
lton. The house la 35x60 feet deep, end well
furnished. Alao, atablea and oorrala, lnclud
all kinds of lmplamauta usually need on a
complete ranch. Per particulars apply to
JOSEPH MENDES, Eureka, Nev. aelSdawtt
Dr. J. B. Keen,
AUCTIONEER.
I HAVE AGAIN TAKEN UP HT OLD B08I
neea of
BUYING AND SELLING
HORSES. FURNITURE,
EVERYTHING THAT IS SALEABLE.
OOIM OB the Cera.r of Main and
Bateman a treat..
i alwaysTradc pair.'
Eureka, April It. 1881. aplftf
James M. McClosky,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
(Succaiaor toThomi# Hurphy.)
■ban on Bateman Btreet, eppoalte
tbe Courtbonee.
I invite tbe onitomer* of tbe old tbop
tad nty own friend* to five
»e t otll.
James M. McClosky,
Eureka. Augu.t 19, 1881. aul8tf
For Saleor Rent.
A HOUSE OP SIX BOOHS ON BUBY
A rap tie will be leaaad or Bold at a bar
gain. For particular, apply to W. F. 8TFI
OHELHAN. Agant for H. BISHOP. myttf
tf TO A WEEK. tU a day at homa aaaily
JbJd made. Ooatly outfit fraa. AddraaaTaua
a <S)„ Auguata Htlaa. j
0R0CER1ES AND PROVISIONS.___
R. SADLER & CO.
isrortn Main Street,
EUREKA, - " NEVADA.
....DBA L BR 8 JJV....
General Merchandise,
groceries,
. AND.
PROVISIONS !
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE.
■A. FULL LINE
.OF THE. ;
LATEST. STYLES WALL PAPER
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
FORBXQN AND HOME.
.AIM. Aimii Ikf tka.
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS,
..AND.
HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I
Wo*4a daltvarad *a all part* or town, »aa or ebarpa.
J. C. BOTHIN. U. SADLER.
Imli, Jmibmt l«t !«*>•_ ju.ll if
Stall, Hyde k Company
SAN FRANCISCO.
Largtst Music 'Boom in thi Oout
ruts, oout Afonto for tho OoMtntad
wsian pianos
—*ra—
Estey Organs.
BanfaatutMOf tka
SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO
For Brass Instruments,
shsibt Zvrcreazo,
And ararfthln* la tka Mono LUm alliaa
SHERMAN, HYDE ft 00..
SAN PNANOISOO
riAMd tad jDrgua laid 0* laajr
Tama.
I
Bkaat Mulo Dapot at
Marrla B. Jaaapk'i Oaldaa Bala
SaUV MarABitakA
Probate Notice.
In the District Court or the Sixth Jndloiel
District In end for Eureka County, Bute of
Nevada.
In the matter of the estate of W. w. McOOY,
deceased.
The State of Nevada sends greeting :
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER HADE BY
•he Hon. Henry Rlvee, Judge of the shove
yss?*1**1 0ourtL°» the fifth dey of September,
Ufi.1ASS£L°£& given that MOND-V.ttae
TWENTY-MXTH dey of SEPTEMBER. 1M1.
at 10 e'ol >ek a. a. of that d»y, at the Oourt
room of said Court, at the Courthouse la the
Town of Eureka, County of Eureka, Stale af
Nevada, haa been appointed for hearing tha
application of Mary J. MeCoy, praying that
the document now on file in said Court, par
porting to be the last will and testament of W.
W. MoOov. deceased, be admitted to probate,
and that lettere teatamentorybe leaned thereon
to eald Mary J. McCoy, who !• named therein
as sole executrix, at which time end piece ell
pereone Interested mty appear and contest the
same.
yA-SN Witness my hand end the seel of
I lEih Court, the fifth dey of Septom
D ■ MSI.
„ CJ.R. BUTT LAB, CUrk.
By E. D. Vaxdxxuxth. Deputy. ee7td
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TOBACCO HOUSE!
East side North Main Street, one door .below
Stene Building,
MIHICH11D.Proprietor,
IMPORTED AKDlOMEfflC CIGARS!
INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING CELE
brated brands: Pomerago, Grenadine,
Long Nine, Boss Belle, WilUr. Premier, Tiger,
Angel, Phenlx, Peter Morris’ Princess and For.
get-Me-Not. All these favorite brands and
others will be sold for
FROM $20 TO $200 PER 1,000.
PLAYINQ CARDS, PIPES AND' CUTLERY.
Chewing and Smoking Toboooo of
Ik* Finest Brenda.
SP"AU these goods ere pure and froth, iad are
aold of smaller figures than ever
before in Eureka.
Eureka, Juno Jalttf
J. B. UNGSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor!
Two door* North of tho Wootom Union
Tologroph Offloa,
North Main Straat, - Eurwka
Has just bbokivid and keeps oon.
•tantly on hand t now and wall aalaotad
■took of tho lataot pattern* of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC G00D8,
Which ho will make np m the lataatatyl**, and
^jyjmSaSaaTSil*rapafrlnaVn ka proaptly
1 wwkASopaaho* so.iaao._m-ii
CRIPPIN a ANDRE,
STOCK BROKERS
—Am—
Insuranoe Agents.
IFFIOI IN WILLI, FARSO A CO.'R IUILDIRI,
MAIN 8TBEET. 1UBXXA. i
OMoahour*from*o'elook a.w. to *». w. 1
rniq pi pop MAT BX NOUNS ON NILS
l mo rArfilV at Oao. P. Bowel] A Oo’a
fewapaper AdTertlalng Boraaa (10 Sprao* St.)
rkar* adrerUalng OOBtrarta may b* Bad* for
UmXXWTOXK.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Delinquent Sale Notice.
Albion fonMlidalMl Minlnf Com
pany.
Location of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California.
Location of works. Eureka Mining District,
Eureka, Nevada.
Notice.—There are delinquent upon thefol
lowing described stock, on account of assess
ment (No. 8) levied on the First day of
August. 1881. the several amounts set op
posite the names of the respective sharehold
ers, as follows:
No. No.
Names. Oerts. Shares. Ain't
Armstrong J L, trustee- 330 60 $20 00
Atkinson A Co Thos T,
trnstees. 630 100 40 00
Atkinson A Co Thos T
trustees.2988 100 40 00
Bay ley G B, trustee.340 100 40 00
Bay ley G B, trustee.1141 100 40 00
Bay ley G B, trustee.1144 100 40 00
Bay ley O B, trustee.1145 100 40 00
Bay ley G B, trustee.1140 100 40 00
Bay ley G B, trustee, bal... 2088 70 28 00
Bay ley G B, trustee.2989 100 40 00
Bates D C, trustee.1073 1(M) 40 00
Crandall W G. trustee. 588 50 20 00
Crandall W G, trustee. 762 100 40 00
Crandall W G, trustee.2001 25 10 00
Chisholm D B, trustee. ... 431 100 40 00
Chisholm D B, trustee. 542 50 20 00
Chisholm D B. trustee.1600 100 40 00
Chisholm D B, trustee,bal.2510 10 4 00
Chisholm D B^trustee.30G3 1410 564 00
Chisholm D B, trustee.3354 60 20 00
Crocker John, trustee.1969 60 20 00
Clnte A B. trustee.2987 50 20 00
Chase W F trustee.3063 50 20 00
Chase W F, trustee.3064 50 20 00
Chaae W F. trustee.3066 50 20 00
Chase W F, trustee.3066 60 20 00
CuddihyP.3190 100 40 00
Doud A. trustee. 966 60 20 00
Dixon T H. trustee, bal... 2477 15 6 00
Freeborn A Co, trustees.... 817 25 10 00
Freeborn A Co. trustees_ 401 100 40 00
Freeborn A Co, trustees.... 402 100 40 00
Freeborn & Co, trustees_1068 60 20 00
Freeborn A Co, trustees... 1687 100 40 00
Golly A Uhl. trustees.2824 100 40 00
Gibbons John H.3073 100 40 00
Hawks H D, trustee. 784 200 80 00
Hiwks H D, trustee.2463 50 20 00
Hadley A Doud, trustees. .3277 50 20 00
Jones H G, trustee.2031 100 40 00
Jones H G. trustee.2753 100 40 00
Jones H G, trustee.3343 25 10 00
Kenney A Dyer, trustees. . .2139 50 20 00
Kenney A Dyer, trustees...2591 10 4 00
Kent B F, trustee.2079 10 4 00
Kennedy P J, trustee.2965 20 8 00
Locke Wm L, trustee. 227 20 8 00
Locke Wra L. trustee.3321 5 2 00
Lvnch J. trustee. 2732 50 20 00
Muller W J, trustee.1103 25 10 00
Marye A Sou, Geo T, trust.2-04 10 4 00
Miles A King, trustees.1698 25 10 00
Norwood W E, trustee.3143 25 10 00
Noble A Co H H, trustees. .2869 250 100 00
Richardson E A, trustee.. .3341 30 12 00
Root Geo B. trustee.1123 60 20 00
Root Geo B, trustee.1679 30 12 00
Speyer Bros, trustees. 625 60 20 00
Smith Chas H, trustee.1806 50 20 00
Smith Chas H. trustee.2428 25 10 00
Verdenal D F, trustee. 182 25 10 00
Verdenal D F, trustee. 184 25 10 00
Verdenal D F, trustee. 270 100 40 00
Wilson A Hutchinson, trus
tees. 911 50 20 00
Wilson A Hutchinson, trus
tees.1202 25 10 00
Wilson A Co John Scott,
trustees.2043 25 10 00
Wilson A Co John Scott.
trustees.3165 50 30 00
Wakefield A Co 8 B, trus
teea. 620 50 20 00
Wakefield A Co S B, trus
tees. 677 25 10 00
Wakefield A Co S B, trus
tees.1476 100 40 00
Wakefield A Co S B, trus
tees .2229 GO 20 00
Wakefield A Co S B, trus
tees.2353 10 4 00
Wakefield A Co 8 B. trus
tees .2605 50 20 00
Wakefield <5* Co S B, trus
tees.2607 50 20 00
Weill Chas L, trustee.2390 60 20 00
Weill Chas L, trustee.8027 100 40 00
Weill Chas L, trustee.3281 1000 400 00
Weill Chas L. trustee.3288 1 40
Wood W E, trustee.1922 50 20 00
Wright W H, trustee.3369 1400 500 00
Albion Mining Company.
(OLD STOCK )
verdenal Dr.Z.473 60 20 00
And in accordance with lav, and an order of
the Board of Director!, made on the 1st day of
August. 1681, so many shares of each paroel
of such stock as may be necessary will
be sold at public auction, at the affica of
Parker Crittenden, auctioneer, Room 14, No.
802 Montgomery street. Ban Francisco, Cali
fornia, on
Konday, the Twenty-aixtb Day of
September, 1681,
At tha hour of 2 o'clock r. u„ of aald day,
to pay aald delinquent assessment thereon, to.
gether with eoats of advertising and expenses
•f the sale.
D. B. CHISHOLM. Secretary.
Office—Boom 6, No. 327 Pine afreet, San
Francisco, California. aelOtd
SALT LAKE
Collegiatejnstiiute!
Thl, Kodal Gradad Bohool for Boy, tod Girl,
Will
Open Its Seventh Year
....on,...
Monday, Sent, 5, 1881.
THB SCHOOL TSAR WILL OOHI1BT OF
forty toll, sat of which thor. will b«
ont w«ok of .action at Ohrutmaa, and ooa
waakjaat bafora the opening of the Spring
tana. Connected with the aohool la 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
atory will be pnt on the building during vaca
tion, so as to secure more rooms.
RATES OF BOArTaND TUITION:
Boanl. Waahlng, Fuel and Lights,
p«r Quarter, (ten week a)... .,63 OO
'Tuition la High '
tchool .' .,10 per Quarter
Tuition lu Grammar
Department.g •• •«
Tuition lu Interme
diate Department., SO “ «
Tuition lu Primary
Department.5 •• ••
EXTRASTUDIE8.
Plano, with use of Inatru
■neat... .tram ,8 to ,25 per Quarter
Culture of the Volee..20 “ <•
Palatlngor Drawing 10 *• *«
German or French.... • •• •<
Claaa Lea eons in elo
cution. ... 5 •* ••
Private Leaeons lu
Eloeutlon.. 1 each.
For further particulars Inquire of
PBOF ]. M. COTNIB, Bopt.. or
B. G. MoHJBOB, Prat. Board of Dltactora.
Balt Laka, Juno 21.1881. JetUtd
NOTICE!
To All WhomJtMay Concern:
WE, THE PHDERSIOHED, ITOCE 11 Elf
of Nnuk Tailor, hare located end
hold poitewlon of e certain aprlng, known aa
" the Spring on the Point,” for the peat nine
faere, and warn all partial from pnrchailng
or locating laid aprlng.
B. IfolfEKOUT,
CHARLES MAP.
Hawark Tailor, Angtut 99,1881. anSltf
NO- !C I
To All IlioiJ_l8y Concern:
T THE PHDBBIIOH1D, HATE HELD AKD
it continue to hold paalaahla noaaaetloaof
ihtf tprlng la what !• known aa '• Beok'a Pare,”
and warn all partial from Intartaring or pur
chaalng laid ipring. B. MolfEHOMY.
Hawark Tailor. Angtul 99,1891. anlltf
HART l PHELPS,
MKRCHANT TAILORS,
■9. SOS Mlarkot attest,
PPBTA1BS SAH FBAHOISOO, CAL.
tec » waak In four own town. Tarma and
D^toontdt^ free Addreaa B. Huun A
J
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS.
THE OLDEST
....AND THS....
LEADING
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT
....or....
Eastern Nevada.
P. STELER,
Watchmaker,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER
-AND
DIAMOND-SETTER,
1
Main street, Knreks, Nev.,
{ i
HA8 JUST RECEIVED AND KEKP9 CON
stautly ou baud a neW and well selected
stock of the latest patterns of
FUSTE JEWELRY!
DIAMONDS.
Cold and Silver Watches,
■fl^Gold Chains, very Ane jewelry, all’ll
•olid gold, of all kinds; solid silver
plated ware, and
CLOOK8,

SO Of every description • all of jp
JN which he guarantees to be of the
a. best quality, and warranted as BS J.
represented and which he offersmmMb
to aell at 35 per cent, leas than any other house
in Eastern Nevada. Also, a good assortment of
Pebble, Concave and Convex 9PECTACLE8 and
EYE-GLA88E8. Please call and examine my
magnificent stock of goods before purchasing
elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Pricey
tr suit the times. Hpeelal attention paid
to Flue Watehwork. Flye Watches aud
Clocks repaired, cleaned and warranted for one
year. New Jewelry made to order and repaired.
All orders from the country promptly attended
to. P. N H.U K.
Eureka, April 30,1880. rnayl tf
Ed. Wilhelm,
CHRONOMETER
WITCH AND CLOCK
MAKER,
Jeweler and Optician,
WHITTON’S BUILDING,
Keep, eomtutly on hud t will a«l«otod Mock
of Antolu*
WJLTCIHIZES,
JL CLOCKS! A
jewelryXja
-km
OPTICAL GOODSI
—AND—
■T tow Price* Bad strictly Honest
dealing will atake his es
tablishment the Matson
A# CoaOaaes or
Earsha.
TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE.
VT Twenty years' experience In the very first
chronometer, watch and olookmaklng esteb
llchmenta of Dresden, Parts, London, Shanghai,
Yokohama and Ban Franoleco, a complete eet of
machinery necessary for the manufacture and
repair of all Undo of time-keeping Instru
ments, combined with the fact that 1 refund
any money If I ever should fall to fire entire
satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none
bntfirat-olasa work will leers my hands.
NOW. WILHELM.
Kureks, February 10,1(80. fll-tf.
J. STRAUS.
la esor«« Young's Gunsmith Shop,
MAIN B Tit KIT.mtlfi •
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND q_
Engrarer. Repairing of watchos,
Jewelry, end Engraving dona In a fi
workmanlike manner. English watch war
repairing a specialty.
Eureka, April 8, 1881. apttf
Eareta and California
LUMBER COMPANY,
South Main St., Kureka.
California and'Nevada
LTmBBR,
OF AU HINDS.
Bedi ood, OreioD and Sniar Pile
MINING TIMBERS
Building Lumber.
A MMpUtt HMrlmnt of rlnr sad
dressed Lumbar, Flooring, Sid.
'■L Hulls, and other styles ol
Siding, Melding. Laths, Shingles,
Ours, Bashes. Blinds, #t«., al.
ways on hand.
Everything at the Lowest
Cash Rates.
THE
VeiyWul
PUBLISHED
EVERY SATURDAY!
IS THE
Best Newspaper
FOB THE
Miner, MercMit; locbanie
....OF....
EASTERN NEVADA!
IT 18 ALSO
Tlie Host Yeluai Journal
TO SEND ABROAD
To (he Varloue Mining rampe of
(he Paclfle 4'oAet, Hull to the
People of the Kaet.
IT IS A
Perfect Compendium
OF NEWS. -
It contains Everything of
Interest that Transpires
In the Minin? Fields of
the Faolflo Coast.
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND SEND
IT TO YOUR FRIENDS.
Price, • • 96 a Year.
Job Printing
THE SENTINEL
JOB OFFICE
Is the Most Complete Es
tablishment of the Kind
in Eastern Nevada. All
Work, from a Visiting
Card to a Full-Sheet Pos
ter,- Turned Out Prompt
ly, and in a Style Not
Surpassed by the Largest
Printing Offices on this
Coast
ORDERS FROM 1DJ1CENT
(IMPS SOLICITED.
Daly ail VeeUy Sentinel.
*^Th* ('•rriag. -
‘"ring House or the
• |
mutt mu
Cincinnati, Ohio.
TOP-BUGGIES IND PHIETgn
Best material, good workmanakip. hand
Some styles, strong ami (iora|,|f
vehicle*, in every respeet
70,000 MRIIliEs i
They give nnfslliug sstisfscttee .
work Is warranted. They have their
menials from all narta (if ml* reo#lT«d to
port.loillar totheDdlowlng hS’* Pfc
are on Ole, .abject to InapeEu
Merars. Kmeraou, Fisher a' Colin'8, '**'
I have used one of yunr ton. I,,,,.1' I'h:
years, and three of theiu two yean Jwt
stable, and they have given mi ^
fsetlon slid are In conutauTuie* Ptrf®ct *2
_^8ca'b smauet
|
itrS
The fuvornl 1<? reputation th*
mwle In Iseslltie. where they h.v. b^?11*"
for several years by llverTnini .L ! °H
farmers and others, requiring hard .Sd1*
use, has led to an Increased de
localities, to meet which th “
facilities of their mammoth aau£!Eatal
U-en extended, enablm*themuul ^"
In good style, D0W *° P™ to,
360 Carriage* 4 Week.
SF-Bend for atylea and mce-lut. JIMla
THE GREAT ENGLISH llEHIED!
ftisrssa
ajjjujjespwud
7, .>ezuJzul
mamioodH
potency, Pinije,
and all the terrlhla
effect, of 8elf.ii,,,
youthful folllMu,!
I excesses in rnaton,
of Memory, l.aaaltude, Bm t*”
Aversion to Society, Dlmuna of Vision xZ.'
In the Head; the vital fluid passing unobamli
In the urine, and many other diseases thoiL.
to luaaully and death. w
Pit, IIISTII! will agree to forfeit FI*.
II n nil reel l»«l liars for a caaeof this kind iw
the Vim, KKMTOHATIYB I note m
special advice and treatment) will not ran i'
for anything Impure or Injurious found Inii
IIII.MIMTK treats all Prlvata
ceasfully without mercury, f'ouaiillatlaa
Free. Thorough examination and advleaia,
eluding analyntn of urine, St 00. Prtceof Vital
Ke.loratlve, S3 00 t bottle, or four litis
the quantity, 110 00; sent to tnyaddnuiKi
receipt of price, or 0. 0. D„ secure fronts
serration, and In prlvata name If dmind
A. K. MIHTIE. H. D. '
11 Krarny At. Ban Francisco,
DR. MlftTIE-*~Ku>JVEY |UUT,
W El'll M KT H I M. cures all kind.of SdnR
and bladder Complaints, Gononbao, Glut,
Lsuoorrhoen. For sale by all Arugalnto tl 301
bottle, ala bottles for |3 00.
»H. MI *ITIE*S DASf DBI.IO* FILM
are the beat-end cheapest DYBFBMU af
BIMOTH core In the market. Fori
all drasglata. nillg
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
RKNO, NIVADA.
Miss Kate A. Sill, Prinoni,
The ADVANTAGES WHICH THM UK.
HAry (Ford, An unnuiid by uj aW
ml of Ik. Rocky MotuUlni. ft« thin
m ii low k* lo uy aohool of Iba aaaa ink
The Firth Tear will Begin nil*
day, Annual II. ISM.
For ndmlHlon or for drctUan, aline
BISHOP WHIT AIM,
Jy 10 If Virginia City, lank
PATENTS
Obtained for our arw inventions, or far la
provemente lo old ones. Caveats, Writ**
manta, Trademarks, and all patent kulMN
promptly attended to.
INVENTIONS THAT HAVI BIW »
JKC'TED may still. In moat om«, be ytftjlM
by of. Being opposite the IT. ITlWjil
S&A engaged in PATENT BUfilNIM IICXC*
8IV ELY, we oen secure patents in l—.tffis
than those who are remote from Wuklnfjoe.
When inventors tend model or skates, w
make search In the Patent Office, ss*d adrlita
to its patentability rui or cwMi. pan*
pendence confidential; feea reasonable i»M
NO OHAHOI UNLESS PATINT IB OB
TAINED
We refer, by permlaelon, to the City Fort
master, and to tbs Superintendent of ft*
Office Money Order Division in WesMjgJJ
For special references, circular, advice, woi,
etc., address _ .
C. A. SNOW * Co.,
nMtf Gppo,lt,P»t«nt Offlo*. Wk.blcftoB.D C'
NOTICE.
To All Whom It May Concern:
I THE UNDERSIGNED, HIHIBt W™
• notice to Thomae Wethered sad tbs PJ»*
11c that I will not pay those three PfWgJJ
notee made by me. payable to said Tm»JJ
Wethered or bis order, dated 8ept.fl0.XM0.
wit: One for $500. peyeble June AO, JW!
for $600, payable July 20. 1861, end oMMJ
$500, payable August 20, 1881, there JJJj
been no consideration for tba making ano
livery of either or any of said notes, •*
re presen tat la ns made to me InducingJJJ g*
lng thereof ae to consideration hsriW
false or fraudulent, or, if true, they ■
now wholly failed. And the 1^
tloned against negotiating said no es OT sg
them. t F. N. u
Eureka, June flf, 1$81. ”V!L
C. W. CRAN*.
PURCHASING AGENT,
MTAAUISED w im.
£0.081 BkilDnfV AWAT TBO*
Freuclaoc, Id wad* of »*8 “HS.,. ma«i
ndlea, gnat of >10*11, oan hare {JJ1*
filled promptly, and >t •*“* ™7 *°7
prloM, b, eldr-al ajU. “XX*
SIS Plo« ItiMt, Boom 88. Baa '’“‘.“iJSftl
Baraka, July 84, IMP.
Regll A Waldvogel'*
D AIBY^
PURE MILK WD CREW I
QEBVED IB ABT QUABTITT TO
PaA^.hia, BIO nO
tka driver* of .« MM „ wtU)rOfiBj
Baraka. --'» B". —
MINING TAX.
N°t22 on ?’.BproTo^Vof,,SBI^
Burak* county for the' Laini*,***^
80,1881, are now due and P*P»M* t» “• rf to
office In Burak*, and that lb* law ln r,f
the Blue will be atrlotly J? q “,iixAOB.
eng f.w_Aiaeeaar of Burak* Ooua^_
THE EDREKA SENTINEL*£*•
filo.t Mr. J. H Bet**-AdrarUaln*
41 Perk Bow, {Time* Building)
la authorised to oontract for ulTarueme
aubaorlptloaa tothl* P*P«

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