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Eureka Qnilij Sentinel.
I renii Oydlprfi. Gibfried & Brisaoher of tho Jackson House Restaurant have made arrange ments by which they will be constantly in receipt of fresh oysters, w hich they will serve in effery stylo. They will keep an all night house hereafter and meals can be secured at all hours of the night or day. They will also pay the strictest attention to arranging and famishing balls and parties with luncheon or suppers. * ■ — - ♦ — The ViiHfloiH Rivalvo. Tho oyster season has arrived, and this in nowhere more apparent than at Mrs. Brown’s Restaurant, where at all hours of the day and night the bivalve is served in any stylo known to tho art of cool ing. Oysters are received by express daily in cans and in the shell from both the East and West. Families supplied. * Ed. Wilhelm Begs to inform his customers and the public generally that owing to his con stantly increasing trade he has enlarged his atelier, and will henceforth be ablo to do all work entrusted to him at the shortest notice. As heretofore, all work warranted to give perfect sat isfaction or money-refunded. * •-« WitU llrackPtM. Haskell is now opening’the finest as sortment of wall brackets ever received in Eureka. They are useful as well as orna mental. * (•IH Paper. TF*f*i;ell U selling beautiful patterns of gilt paper for 70 rents and $1 per roll; satins, 00 cents; blanks, 25 cents. * (ok 1 Oil. Beat fire-proof coal oil, 75 cents per gal lon —cheaper by tho can, at Alexander’s lied House. * — —♦——— Dairy nutter. Fresh California dairy butter for $1 per roll, at Alexander’s Red House. * Epps A Shepps’ oocoa, Swiss cocoa and Milk nml Fry A Sons homeopathic coooa, at I). M. Steindler A Co.’s. * Don’t read the "Rod House" prices, because goods arc given away. * Ladies' lap hoards st D. M. Steindler A Co.’s. * -— --— Frcsli dry salt pork at D. M. Steindler A Cu.’s. * THE3 i B. ALEXANDER PROPRYmit, MAIN STREET, Eureka, two (Trtora below the Parker House* TO MECHANICS, MINERS AND RANCHERS, AND THE PUB LIC GENERALLY : QISEISa THAT YOU HAVE HOT FOB ’ gotten mo yet, .landing in with m« through All my trouble., I now regain confi dence, that gWei me atrength to lncr.ate my ■ took of good! dally. I therefore oonalder It my duty to .how my gratitud. by putting down leading article, below tb. reach of all comp.tltlon, a. follow. I 7 lb*. t'nfTee Sugar...II 00 0 lb*, rrn.heil gngir.... 1 00 8 lb* Urnuuiateil Itagsr.1 00 it lb. Caper* !H. M. Tea. 00 1'iiiir I !b Paper. Beit Colfbe. 00 4 t an* Vegetable*, all kind*.., I 00 Ileal Ham anal Baouu, per lb,., 90 It lb. Beaus... 1 00 0 lbs Dried Fruit*. 1 00 FURNISHING GOODS, Boots and Shoes HATS AND CAP8, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CANDIES, Notions and Creen Fruit. A Good Article of Canvas hulls lined Kith California Blan ket .»7 30 ■line Pat. Overall*, per pair... 73 One Doaen hoc:, a ...l. 1 00 Good White Hhlrt...:. 1 00 Canton. Bade, very Beat. 3 CO Heavy Winter Coata. 0 00 Chinchilla Heavy overcoats Cheap Everybody invited to come and examine Goode, whether they pur chase or not. B. ALEXANDER. Eureka, Oct. IT, 1881. ol8tf Gonne’sjfarietiesi Grand Reopening ....WITH A. .a a Company of Seven Persons! Of acknowledged Variety ability. .«» Hu mu cm, Nouirx, oaucn, Me tro Sketches, Etc. The Cosiest and Most Comforta ble Place In Eureka. After III# Perfor.nitnce K Social Deuce. Come One, Come All. nuil Here e Oooil Time. Eureka, Oct. 31, 18*1. o53tf New York Hwi ML (WEEKLY.) CIRCULATION, 20,000. SUBSCRIPTION RATESt One Tear, In advance.t* 00 HtX Mo..<1.8... 8 SO M. H. JOSEPH, Agent. Subscription* received at this office. mhl7U i fin A WEEK. 313 a day at borne eaally i S IA made. Ooatly outfit free. Address Taos I . Si do., Augusta Maine. I OnOCElilEH AND 1*110VISIONS. E. SADLER & CO. Wortn Main street, EUREKA, - ‘ NEVADA ...» e a i. e it s in.... general .Merchandise, GROCERIES, .AND . PROVISIONS ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. # . A FULL LINE .OF THE. , LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .,.,>.*1—1 *i«nta h> tka...... CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I aaroood* Mimmi to oil porta or town, f»aa or okuta. J. €. BOTHIN. H. SADLEK. Baraka, January 14,18*0, janll U Stem Mi & Compy. SAN FRANCISCO. largest Music Bouse os the Coast, Pacific Ooaat Aganta fot the Oalebreted “W EBBK PIANOS —AMD— Estey Organs. Manufacturer! of th. SHERMAN l HYDE PIANO For Braes Instruments, SHEET IvTCrSIO, And everything in the Mule Line ad Area. SHERMAN, HYDE & 00., 8AN FRANCISCO Piano* and Organa Bold on Isay Toma. M. CALISHER News Agent ....AMD DKALKB Of.,,, STATIONERY BURK MD SCHOOL BOOKS, ■ote and Letter Paper, Paaep Pa pe tertee. Toys, Cutlery, ' fancy aoosa ‘or all xindb, ihrrt MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Also, Novels, Eastern Periodicals and Maga dan always oa hand. Subscriptions received for any of the San Francisco Dal Has and Week lias. Agent for the Territorial Enterprise, Chronicle and Eureka Sentinel. Eureka, January 11.1681. JanlStf rHE EUREKA SENTINEL i lie at Mr. J. H Bates* Advertising Agerfcy, No. 1 II Park Bow, (Times Building) New York, whe a authorised to contract for advertising and 1 lubaoriptions tothla paper. < --—-—— - ■ ■■ -■ ■ ■ i — ..... < tCC a week In your own town. Terms and < J)DD 18 outfit free Address H. Haiojett k 1 DYEING ANDjHMNG! GENERAL CLEANING ....axs.... Repairing Establishment To the Ladles of Eureka : I AM PREPARED TO CLEAN AND DTE Ladle!1 811k Crenel, Bilk Bhiwli, or any Ollier irllcle of weiring ippirel. I will change any color or shade to any other desired. •7-Will clean, scour and repair gentlemen's clothes on short notice. Second Hand Clothes Bought and Sold. Three door* below tbe old Poetoffice building, Weit aide North Mein Street. lyfOtf SAM. NATHAN. ANTONE FARRARIS, Boolean d Shoemaker, ....HAS REMOVED TO.... V. UHL’8 OLD SHOP, Eut Bide Lower Mein Street, seer Wee tern Union Telegraph Offloe. BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER. end a perfect at guaranteed. Mending end repairing done on ihort order. Mr. Uhl hai turned over hie entire cue tom to me and I hope to merit a continuance of the lame. ANTONE FABRARI9. Eureka, April If, 1881. apietf HURT t PHELPS, MgRCHANT TAILORS Mo. SOS Market street, UF 8TA1R8 - BAN FRANCISCO, OAL. OWNER WANTED. CAME TO MY RANCH. IN APRIL LAST. a black tufts*, about seven or eight year.* old. branded J X L on left tblgh. The owner can have the horse by paying charge*. R. BAILEY. Diamond Valley. Oct. 24,1881. o'Jfi lm STOCK RANCHED. PERSONS HAVING STOCK TO RANCH can find good grass and attention by tending It ta my ranch. I have an enclosure >f meadow land and an abundance of white lage and bunch grass. Stock may be left at Smith k Doak’s corral In Eureka. Joe E. Dees rill have charge of the stock. The price for ?aamrlng horses is $9 per month. j. p. McFarland. Antelope Valley, Oct. 93, 1881. o28 9m* GREAT CHANCE TO make money. Thoee who alwaye taka ad van* tageof the good ohances ■ for making money that ■ are offered, generally >ecome wealthy, while those who do not re* ualn in ritfverty. We want many men, women, K>ya and gl-le to work for us right In their • wu localities. Any one can do the work troperly from the first start. The business rill pay m re than ten times ordinary wages. !xpen»ive outfit furnished free. No one who ugages falls to make money rapidly. You I an devote your whole time to the work or ] ulyyour spare moments. Full information 1 nd all that Is needed sent free. Address i TINSON k GO.. Portland, Malna. nl8tf MISCELLANEOUS. GET THE BEST\ LEAD ALL OTHERS! Every Style & Price. Guaranteed TJnequaled FOR OPERATION. ECONOMY, DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP. Improvements and Conveniences found in no others. Always Reliable, POPULAR EVERYWHERE. For Sale In Every City and To# In the United States. ASf» BY R. SADLER & CO., EI'REKA, SKXADA. Take Notice that W. P. Haskell Has Received the Largest Stock of CARPETS! Ever Received in Eureka ; also, XO.OOO Rolls of the Latest Styles of Paper Hangings ! ALSO, A FULL LINE OT Crockery and Ciaasware. Eureka, Augu.t 0,1881, eu'tf F. W. CLUTE Wholaaala and P.alall Dealer In 6ROOERIES PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. A Full uud Cauipleta Rtoak of Hardware on Hand and eon. ■faulty arrivlair. which I am oir»rliij( hi price. lo l>cf> Competition, Aientfor the Giant Powder Cginpany. F. W. CLt'Tl. Eureka, Sept. 14,18S1. eelStf DISSOLUTION. The copartnership heretofore existing between Fox k Rhneller in the restaurant business st ths Parker House, was dissolved on the 29th Inst by mutual consent. The business will hereafter be conducted by Charles Fox, to whom sll indebtedness to the old firm must be paid, and who will pay sll outstanding indebtedness against the old firm. CHARLES FOX. C. SHNELLF.il. The undersigned requests sll persons in debted to call and settle immediately. CHARLE- FOX. Eureka, Oct. 29,1881. o'iO 1m H0RSES_F0R SALE. A FINE LOT OF fork aid Sadi Horses! For Sale. Will be cold for each or on 00 or •O Days’ Time with Ap proved Security. Apply at SWEENEY’S STADI.E, In rear of Jnckcon House. myjltf HOUSE FOR SALE! WISHING TO LEAVE THE STATE, I OF-. fer my dwelling house for sale. Price, 83,500, Including carpets and kitchen range. Everything, except my law library, in my of. ftae in the Sxmtinkl Building ie for sale. F. W. COLE. ■tureka, August 2.1881. »U3tf BRILLIANT 8UCCE88 ....or.... MLLE. La GRANGE! TJ)* moat Versatile Prlma Donni and Soubrette Actress on this coast. who Is now playing at the Truckee Music Hall! Eur»k., Nor. 1, 1881. put LODGINGS! QHE»P AHD COMFOKSABLE LOtQISQa 119 S. Main Street Enrek., Hot. 14,1881. nlS.lw» TO LET TO A DESIRABLE TENANT. A LARGE, furnished, sunny front room, In a private am.ly. Apply at this office. nlfltf NO* C I Notice is hereby given to tiie public or those who might pm chase the nterest standing iu the name of A. M. Bill, ionae in tho Banner mine on Prospect Moun aln, that I, the undersigned, do hold 2 claim gainst said interest. If. Mi QAURY. Eureka, Nor. 11.1881. nla lm WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. Ed. Wilhelm, CHRONOMETER WITCH I Ml CLOCK MAKER, Jeweler and Optician, WIITTOH’ii BUILDING, ' Keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of Arst-elaas WATCHES, CLOCKS! JEWELRY —AND— OPTICAL GOODS! —AND By I.ow Prices ami itrletly Ifoneat <leitllhk Hill luiilte IiIn es> tnbllMlifneiit tIso IUhImou tie I'ouflHuce of Kureka. TWENTY YEARS^ EXPERIENCE. •V Twenty years' experience lu the very first chronometer, watch and clock making estab lishments .if Dresden. Paris, London. Hhsnghai, Yokohama and San Franciaco, a complete set of machinery necessary for the manufacture and repair of all kind" of time-keeping instru ments, combined with the fact that I refund any money if 1 ever should fall to give entire satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none but first-class work will lesve my hands. EDW. WILHELM. Eureka. February 10,18*0. fll-tf. [ J. STRAUS, III George Young** Gaii*niltb Shop, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. II7ATCHMAKKR, JEWELER AND f f Engraver. Repairing of watches. Jewelry, and Engraving done In a * *’"5 workmanlike manner.s English watc~ ViF repairing a specialty? Eureka, April 2. 1881. ap3tf Ayer’s Cathartic Pills. FOB ALL PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO. Curing Costive neaa. Jaundice, Dys pepsia, Indigestion, Dysentery. Foul Stomach and Ilreath, Headache, Erysipe las. Piles, Rheuma tism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases, Bil iousness, Liver Com plaint. Dropsy, Tet ter, Tumors and Halt lifi' uiu, Worms, Gout Neuralgia, as a Diuner Pill, and purify ing the blood, are the moat congenial purgative yet perfected. Their effrete abundantly show how much they excel all other pills. They are aafe and pleasant to take, rmt powerful to cure. They purge out the foul humors of the blo**l; they stimulate the sluggish or disordered organa Into action, and they impart health and tone to the whole being. They cure not only the every day complaints of everybody, but formidable and dangerous diseases. Meat skillful phyal clans, most eminent clergymen, aud our best | citizens send certificates of cures performed ' and of great benefits derived from these pills. They are the safest and best physio for chil dren, becanse mild as well as effectual. Being sugar-coated, tfiey are easy to take* and being purely vegetable, they are entirely harmless. FBEPABED BY DB. J. C. AYER k CO . Lowell. Masaachusatts. Practical and Analytical Chemists. BOLD BY ALL DRUG01BTB AND DEALERS j IN MEDICINE. Jy2td FOR SALE. Splendid Prosertyjit a Great Bargain. rpRE PLACE known'AS MITCHELL k IAON‘8 RANCH, la Stepto* Talley. midway between Weed end Oherry Creek, te for eele at a peal bargain on aaay terms. It contain* 1,000 ter** unde* fence. The ltnd grow* bey friin end vegetable*. It It eleo e magotAu nt •tock rang*. Tbe Improvement* conelet of * dwelling, eteblee, corral*, etc. There It el*o • good dairy eatat. Win be told with or without tbe horte* end cattle. The proprietor* offer to sell became they deetre to go East. Address Mitchell It Lyom, Cherry Creek, White Pine Oounty, or apply on the premlaes. **4tf For Sale. J3IVK HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OF Ane .lend, well 'watered end oovered by a United State* Patent. Alao, 300 ton* of good hay and 100 tom common hay ; two mowing machinal and two hay praaaa* • ona hay rake, three wagone, one buggy, 10 One milk cow*. 3s brood maroa, 33 young hone*, one Imported aok from Faria, Mlaaonrl, on* Norman stal lion. The horn* ta J3i30 fast deep, and well fnralahed. Alao, liable* and oorrali, lnclud all kind* of ImplemanU mnally used on a complete ranch. For particular* apply to JOSEPH MENDES, Eureka, Nay. eel3dawtf Sf. MARY’S ACADEMY, Salt Lake City, Utah. Under Charge of the 61s tera of the Holy Cross. The academy, provided with mod •ru Improvements end spacious ground*, alfords am pis accommodation for a lar^e num ber of boarders. Ttic Course of lindlrs Comp'rises ail tbs branches of s thorough ^n cation, and is such as to render the pupils in telligeul. useful end accomplished members of society. 't'hs Huiisal aiid Art I>«*|mrtiueulM A rs conducted oo the same plan as the l»e»t conservator!^ and art aohoola in Europe. French ami Oerinnu Being included In the English course form no extra charge. Pupils of all denomlnations received and no Interference wtth tl.etr religious belief. No special uutiorm required. Attached to the Academy is a bulldi/g for little boy boarders, ~Th. *1*11 Term begin, Mood*,. Auguat For circular.addraaa Slater Superior.alOdaw BARBER SHOP , -tins BA.T3HC HOUSE, Belov the FoetolBce, one door oorth of Ileorr Elnd'a grocery store. IIKJflftY CASEY.Proprietor •^*BE8T OP IIELP PMPI.OYF.D. X* , FU RMS HE DJtOOMTGLfiT ANIOFI.Y FPRSI8HFD ROOM CAN BK bad by lushing application to VRH. COT TLE. on Ed wants street, next t • the Pnsby lerian Church. n4 lm MISCELLANEOUS. DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS In the District Court of the Sixth JndlcUl District, In and for Eureka County, State of Nevada. The State of Nevada send* greeting to JOHN LACEY. OTT ARE HEREISY REQUIRED TO Ap pear in an action commenced against you us defendant by Thomas Hrv/wn, aa plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eu reka. Statu of Nevada, at the Town of Eureka, and answer the complaint tb«rciu, which Is on Ale with the Clerk of aaid Court, within ten days after service on you of this summons (exclusive of the day of service), if served In said county, or twenty days if served out of said county, t ut within thin District, and in all other cases forty days ■ or judgment by de fault will be taken against yon, according to the prayer of aaid complaint. Th- aaid action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for the f reclos re of a ceitain mortgage dc crlbed In thfsc mplaint.aud exe cuted by the sa d John Lacey on the eighth day of July. A. D. 1880. to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, made by him to i pi iutirr. o < the same day, for three hundred dollars ($:J00) in U. S. gold coin, d scribed in thecomplaint herein,andwhich s m ladue with inter* st thure n at one per cent per month from the eighth day of July, A. D. MM), until paid; ali*», that >he premises conveyed by said mortgage may l»e sold, and the proceeds thereof applied to the payment of aaid note aud costs of salt, and in case such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, lb* n to ob tain an execution against said John Lacey for the balance remaining due ; aud a Do, that the: said defendant and all persons claiming by, through or under him may be barred and fore closed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption anil lut* rest in and to said mort gaged premia* m and f* r other and further re lief . all of which wil more fully appear by ref erence to the comi laiutou tile, a copy of which is herewith served. And you Mre hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the aaid plaintiff will take default against yon and apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Merrill A FirzuKnw.n, Plaintiff's Att’ys. Dated Eureka, Nevada, Oct. 7, 1881. oil lru Eorela and California LUMBER COMPANY, South Main St., Eureka. California and Nevada • XjTJ3VE B B By, OF ALL KI3f»M. Bedvood, Oregon and Sonar Pino MINING TIMBERS • .. .JJTD.... Building Lumber. A complete assortment or clear aa<i dram ad Lumber, Floorlnv. did. lap. Bustle, aad other atrlee ol Biding, MaldluF, Laths, Shinnies, Doors, Bashes, Bllads, etr., al vajt oa band. Everything at the Lowest Cash Rates. RI-OPENINC —or rn — *• City PboM Gallery. LOUI8 MONACO Ml HONK* AND IUOCIIIYUL ANTIIT* NOTHING BUT TAB BB9T AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES In takas at tkla viallarr, with all Itaa lataat tmproT.manta of nnlak and atria. OOFTIHG, althar Plain or Finlahad, In Crayon Color, or Ink, mada a tprolally— Crayon work particularly. Xiao. BNLABGINO or BEDCCINO. lo any ■Isa daalrad. LOUIS MONACO, oi Photographer and Proprietor. SWEENEY’S LIVERY ! The pcblio is infobmid that wb here tha lineal livrry tarnouta In tha State. ROCKAWAYS, BAROUCHES, BUG GIES, CARRIAGES, ETC., the most elegant in the land, just received from Bon Francisco. Our horses, also, or* un surpassed. In shor* there Is no stable on the Pacific Coast, certainly none in this section, that can compare with it. There is no other stable In Kurela that has a rig fit for a flab wagon. EVERYTHING 18 NEW. W. H. INIKFKT. Baraka, Oct. 39,1881. o90tf Dr. J. B. Keen, AUCTIONEER. I HAVE AGAIN TAKEN CP MI OLD BCBI naaa of BUYING AND SELLING HORSES. FURNITURE, EVERYTHING THAT IS SALEABLE. DBM on tin Corner of Main and B*HnM Btreela. I ALWAYS TJtAOl PAIR. lank*. April 1«. 1M1. *plTtf PARKER HOUSE BARBER SHOP Bathing Establishment. FOB XOB&BBE, Proprietor, Pormsrlj with M*tt aoliiliUdu, Iwreka. Nor. II, Mil. nlo.tf BUS1NKK9 NOWBEFOB* the public yuucsnmAki money faster st work for ns than st anything slse. Capital not needed. We will etart you; $19 a day nada at horns by the Industrious. Men, roiuea, boys and girls wanted'every where to rork for ue. Now Is the time. You can work a spare time only, or give your whole time to be business. You can live at home and do be work. No other business will pay you •trly as well. No.one can fail to make euor ioub pay by engaging at once Costly outfit nd terms fr it Money made fast, easily and onorably. Address THUS k CO., Augusta, laine. nl*tf roil PR1KTINU or ALL KIND! A P RPECIALTY at tbla o«oe. —-- MIHCELLANE0C8^ h* Urp«, €>rrlade^w ~ • urine IIoiikp „r •>. _ “*e World. EMERSON, FIS® * ty Cincinnati, Ohio. top-buggies and phaetons Br»t material, f0.il workmanahip, hacJ Some “y1”- and durablr Tthicle‘''« every respeeL 70,000 CARRIAGES' MANUFACTURED BY EMEKhov - ' 4Ai£iSar*js:u-i» 255 work 1. w«rr.mefd!“"n, "*hl« U°n- A1> 'bell ■uonl.l. fr ,m i.rt. .5lS? “*U l-r. ilntiier •"»!,, Mtow -re on ata. .object to ln.,“c« “'»0lck Merer*. Finer .on, Ki.b*! 1 1..V. used one of rour n1?’,rI"« Bin • yeara.ind three of them two 'br« *ul,le. md they tl»ve nlv^n ml ““TUvw, faction and are in constant n«e Merf6ct aatl*. OSCAR SMALLEY , cop?*r hav^ bc< n naiuv the 8li«; houi;bt from y„u, ... rongbly buW one could. I bed , f..t nj’ . fP°“’“ *»I full .peed, .omelime, witHl^8 h,m “ md tnyaelf in tbe bunny ,ud it i? Kru.'lu **Uei ill the money I n.ld U *o-«»r Worth fc Fisher buggies will do. UteEnierio. A-M.TEAOCE. F,nnw, made in for anveral yearn by llvJ«„ , 0 "•'d farmera andothera, requiring >,!S .j5T,lelu“, nan, ban led to an Increaead dem^M “““•"I localftlna, to inert which th« tDl hum thua. facllltlt a of their mammoth MtabUahm*'*'?11 been n.tended, enabling them now nT“ h,,‘ lu good atyle, K “ now 10 torn out, 360 Carriage* a Week. »-8«nd for alyla. and Prlce-li.t, Judl(f THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY MUWmm Vitality, gandml Weaknc , Hperma. b>rrh_a, | n.y manhood, i potency, Paralyn, »nd all the terrible effect* of Self.Aba^ youthful folllceaj [ eicnaaei lu maturrr -- Namory.^l.aae!ttida, Averatou to Society, Dlmneaa of Vlalon Nulai In the Ilead; the vital Hold paaelug unobaerted lu tho nrlne, and many other dlaeaaea th.iiITJ to tnaaulty and death. *' ““ ftR. MINTIK will agree to forfeit rive llllmlriMl Doll Arafura caaa of thle bind that the VITAI. KKNTMHATIVt: (u»d« bit special advice and treataientl will not care a' ceaafully wtihout mercury. < unanimous Frae. Thorough examination and adru* c eluding analyel. of urine, II 00. Prlieof Vital Mwalurnllvw. Is 00 a bottla. or low time •he quantity. Hu 00, aant to any addraaa agea receipt of price, or C, O. D„ treat, (mm VlL •arvetloD, wrt in pedvata name if drwlr-4, Ai E. ■IAilti| 4S« J)t |1 HuArNf St. A»ii riaueiMg, HIS, n IN ME N HIDNET NE.HEDT. N Ill'll Kil l il l pf, cureaai! hinieol IsidcJ and bUd-Jar 0on.id.lull, tian rrb*. olrtt Lenoorrheoa. For tale by all drufcleta 11 it i bottla, al> tuttlea fer |l 00. IIH. MlNTirSDAKnELIONMI.M ara tha beet end ehaapeat DV*PEMIA u3 BILIOU cure In (he market. Fori all drnfglcta. igrMi SALT LAKE Collegiate Institute! Tbia bfojTal Graded School tot Boy a tad Qirit will Open It* Seventh YMr ....ox.... Mouday, Sept. 5, 1881. T'RI SCHOOL TEAM VIU OOKUiT 0# fu.ljr *..»!. out of *fckti thru rill to ok. w»»k of notion tt Uirtiim.i. Ml Ml wu.kju.i boff r. lb. cu.iiii'a s( lb. Sji7lC| U*iu Uuimn Ud will. to. tcLooi it I Boarding Department, Id which a limited Dumber ot bora and glrlf • as hud a comfortable Loma. under the per ion a 1 supervision of the Superintendent of tta school and his family. Tbit department *>»• be* r> to popular *the pa*t ye»r that usotUf at.»ry will be put on the building during ▼ela tion. so as to secure more rooms. RITES OF BOARD AND TUITION. ll-.Hr.l, Waaltlii*, Fd«I n.iU Light., Biir «lu*rl«r, (trn Tullluu lu Nri.nul .*10 per H«»r»»f Tullluu lu Uraintnor ltui>arluiAtil.* “ “ Tullluu lu Inlcrit^r. .Half llup.trl.uuuI.O 80 “ “ Tullluu lu Primary lit|wrltu»l. 8 “ 44 EXTRA STUDIES. Plano, alib u*e of lu.lru moat_Iron. AS lu $08 p.r qn«rwr Culturr of ll.« Voleo .*<> “ Pulntlnsor lirawlng in “ Uerinau or Freuclt— 0 “ C'liuu. Unou. In Ulo rullon. 8 « " Private Iauoui In Florullon. 1 racb. For further p.rtlcul.r. tuquirr of PROF J. M COYN EII, Suit , w H O MrNlKCE, Prr.1. Ik.»rd of •alt L.ke. June M. IBM. j<,84t4_ Ref? 11 A Waldvogel’s DAIRY. PURE MILK AND CRESS!! OEBVEn Df ANY QUANTITY TO O onatomara. .i/w Persona wishing Milk or Orcem. can ncU.j the drivers of our wagoua. _vri/lKt RKitLl k INOflMj Knraks. November ltf GEORGE GAVIN, WHITTOJCV BUIJ.DINO. eorn«r Uti* u>4 ClArt tUMU. Tin and Sheet Iron Worker Particular attention P®'" to Roofing, Plumb ing, RtOe (TAII work done **th dl»P«*(fc null n* Abe low*** prl««"- ]|( En-eke, Dot. 1,1W1-__. STRIVED OR STOLES! colored bona mula l* 0 °“li*ria 1* *• and Iba brand on thablerj b r,jura of A rawer* of 111 to 'Flunk" the uialaa to Oolerlok ■ oorrai. £a1i0h niolin* Kurt ka, Hot. ®. 1W1. ______-—* MINING TAX. N°S25iSE^a^2 reka County for the *lu*,rt.fIvkbl6 to ro«. ■* 30.1881. due *nd p.y,b‘;W n‘gird •“ office m Knreke. end »•« “• “Jj the eeiue will be •trlctl, “f“rr,?Aj,tA08. nil Ow A...»,rof Kur.l. omn.^ • THIS PAPER M II Hi NEW TOBI.