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tiEmreka Pnilp 0cntincl.
AHMPNMnient Liot.
Tho following is a complete list of out
standing assessments upon stocks listed at
the San Fraucisco Stock and Exchange
Board, with the dates upon which they
will become delinquent in the Board and
the day of sale:
V ,,Hr Amount. Delinquent. Sale Day.
Ophir .1 oo..April 6.May 2
Albion Con .... 30 April C .May 2
Paradise Valley. 15 April 6 May 4
Savage. 10..April 7 May 1
Navajo. 20,. April 7.. ... May 8
Scorpion. 10 . April 10.May *
Benton Con.... 25..April 10.May 4
Utah.100. April 11.May 3
llvimont (Nyel. 15. April 11....May 15
Mexican .1 00. .April 13.May 9
Hale A N'oreroas. 50. .April 11-May 10
N. Gould A Curry 20.. April 17-May 11
Alpha Con. 50. .April 20-Slay 19
Goodshaw. 10 April 21... .May 11
Union Con.1 00.. April 21.... May 1 >
Sierra Nevada. .1 00 . April 24. ..May 15
Bullion. SO.. April 29-May 24
California . 20.. April 28... .June 5
Silver Lick 5. .Slav 6..May 27
Best A Belcher.. 50.. May 6 Juno 2
Potosi. . 59. May 12 June C
Argenta. 10. . May 12.... June 12
Belcher. 25..May 15-June 5 j
FroHli Oysters.
Gibfried A Brisaclicr of the Jackson
Hou^e Restaurant have made arrange
ments by which they will bo constantly in
receipt of fresh oysters, which they will
serve in every style. They will keep an
all nig! f house hereafter and meals can be
cecured at all hours of the night or day.
They will also pay the strictest attention
to arranging and furnishing balls and
parties with luncheon or suppers. *
—— -*
E«t. Wilhelm
Beg3 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
able to do all work entrusted to him
at the shortest notice. As heretofore,
all work warranted to give perfect sat
isfaction or money refunded. *
The Lnscions Bivalve.
The oyster season has arrived, and this
is nowhere more apparent than at Mrs.
Brown’s Restaurant, where at all hours of
the day and night the bivalve is Berved in
any stylo known to the art of cooking.
Oysters are received by express daily in
cans and in the shell from both the East
and West. Families supplied. *
Insurance.
A. D. Haskell, formerly agent of the
New England Mutual Life Insurance Com- |
pany, will attend to the business of the
Company during the absence of W. B.
Hickok ‘(Special Agent) from the State, j
Applications for insurance in this de
servedly popular company will receive
prompt attention. _
At Cost!
Persons having pictures of the late
President cau now get a fine polished wal
nut frame at Haskell’s for $2. They will
be sold at cost for the shipper’s account. *
Fresh Candies.
Fresh marsh mellows, eocoannt creams,
and a full assortment of French candies,
j ust received at Mrs. Brown’s Restaurant. *
Tue largest stock of perfumery and
handkerchief extracts ever imported to the
State, from 23 cents to $14 per bottle, at
Schneider’s drug store. *
A large assortment of ladies* and gents*
dressing cases, pocket-books, satchels,
valises, toilet sets, etc., oan be found at
Schneider’s drug store. *
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
SILVER LICK CONSOLIDATED MINING
Company.
Location of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California.
Location of works, Eureka Mining District,
Eureka County, State of Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 29th day of
March, 1882, an assessment, fNo. 23) of live
cents per share was levied upon the cap
ital stock of the corporation, payable imme
diately in United States gold coin, to the Sec
retary. ut the office of the Company, SO, 31
and 32 Montgomery Block, south-ast corner of
Montgora* ry and Washington streets, San
Francisco. California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on
Kntur.iay, the Nixth Day of May.
1883.
will be delinquent and advertised for sale at
nubile auction, and unless payment is made
before, will be sold on Saturday, the twenty
seventh day of May, 1882. to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with costs of ad
vertising and expenses of sale. By order of
the Board of Directors.
I OUIS J. O’FARRELL, Secretary.
Office—3u, 31 and 32 Montgomery Block,
southeast corner Montgomery and Washington
strHc'ts, San Francisco, California. a2td
HOUSES AND LOTS
FOR SALE.
TWO HOUSES AND LOT8 ON MONROE
street can be bought cheap if early ap
plication is made. For particulars apply to
the HONG HING COMPANY.
Eureka, Jan. 12,1882. jl3-lm*
J. STRAUS.
In George Yonag's Gnusmliii Shop,
MAIN STREET. EUREKA.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND
Engraver. Repairing of watchei,
Jewelry, and Engraving done in a
workmanlike manner. English watch
repairing a specialty.
Eureka. April 2. 1881. apStf
BUSINESS NOWBEFORE
the public. You can make
money faster at work for
us than at anything else.
Capital not needed. We
will start you; $12 a day
made at home by the industrious. Men.
women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to
work for ub. Now Is the time. You can work
in spare time only, or give your whole time to
the business. You can live at home and do
the work. No other business will pay you
nearly as well. No one can fail to make enor
mous pay by engaging at onoe. Oostly outfit
and terms free. Money made fast, eaaily and
honorably. Address TRUE k CO., Augusta,
Maine. nl8tf
PUBLIC NOTICE.
-VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
.lx persons owning horses, cows, or hogs,
that if they allow them to run In the public
streets, from and after this date, the animals
will be put in the public pound, »nd that their
owners will be compelled to pay all the ex
penses before they can recover them.
MATT KYLE, Sheriff.
Eureka, March 22,1882. mr23-lm
_ i
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex
isting between Luther Clark and F. O.
Gorman in the saloon business has been dis
solved. All indebtedness sgsinst the firm
will ba paid by Luther Clark, and all debts
due the firm must be paid to Mm.
LUTHER CLARK,
FRED O. GORMAN.
Eureka. April 9,1882. &8 lm
E. BELLINGER,M.E.
ASSAYER.
rNTIL OTHER ARRANGEMENTS CAN
be made, ray friends and patrons will
£ lease leave samples at the office of Mr. Max
loeller, where I will attend to them promptly.
E. BELLINGER.
Eureka, March 39, 2883. mhSOtf
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
R. SADLER.
NortH Main street,
EUREKA, 2 NEVADA.
....DEALER IN....
General Merchandise,
GROCERIES,
.AND.
PROVISIONS !
CLOTHING-,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE.
-A. F XT Xj Xj LINE
.OF THE.
LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER
AGENT FOR.
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
FOREIGN AND HOME.
......Also, Agent for the......
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS,
.AND.
HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I
KTOoodi* delivered to all parte of town, free of tiMrit.
Eureka, March 1, 1S92. msrUr
W. E ~ D A V I D~S O N
j BOOKSELLER, j
Stationer and Newsdealer,
POSTOFFICE BUILDING, EUREKR, NEV.
—----—
; ^ COMPLETE STOCK CONSTANTLY ON HAND, EMBBACING A FULL USE OF
BLA-HSTIK: BOOKS,
Cold Pens, Photograph and Autograph
Albums, Russia Leather Coeds,
Fancy Papeterjes^ Etc.
„ ^Agent for all the Eastern Story and III itNt rated Papers and
Jlag-itxiueM. matf
M. CALISHER
News Agent1
....AJTO DEALER IK..,.
STATIONERY
BLANK AND SCHOOL BOOKS.
I JTete aud Letter Paper, Fauey Pa.
peterlee,
Toys, Cutlery,
FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS, SHEET
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Also, Novels, Eastern Periodicals and Maga
zines always on hand. Subscriptions received
for any of the San Francisco Dallies and Week*
lies. Agent for the Territorial Enterprise.
Chronicle and Eureka Sentinel.
Eureka, January .1.1881. JanlQtf
CIGAR 8TORE !
....AT....
JACK PERRY'S CORNER,
JAKE IIABBIB, Prop.
IMPORTED £ DOMESTIC CIGARS
OrtheCbolreat Brand., aud the Beet
Tobacco., Cigarettea and Smok
lug Artlalea, Etc., Etc.
Eureka, Oct. 1.1881. oltf
INTONE FARR4RIS,
Boot and Shoemaker,
....Bab bemoved to....
V. UHL’S OLD SHOP,
East Bide Lower Main Street, near Western
Union Telegraph Office.
Boots and shoes made to order,
and a perfect fit guaranteed. Mending
and repairing done on short order.
W Mr. Uhl has turned over his entire cus
tom to me and I hope to merit a continuance
of the same. ANTONE FARRARIS.
Eureka, April 15,1881. apietf
RE-OPENING
-OF THE — -
City Ploitrapl Gallery.
LOUIS MONACO
fHI PIONEER AND SUCCESSFUL ARTIST!1
NOTHING BCT THE BEST
AND MOST LIFE-LIRE PICTURES
Are taken at this Gallery, with all the latest
Improvements of finish and style.
COPYING, either Plain or Finished, In Orayon
Oolor, or Ink, made a specialty—
Orayon work particularly.
Also. ENLARGING or REDUCING, to any
sice desired.
I.Ol'IS MONACO.
Ofl Photographer and Proprietor.
Hiram Johnson,
Wholesale end Retail Dealer in
STAPLE A HD FANCY
GROCERIES
....AND....
PROVISIONS.
Chicago Hams *and Break
fast Bacon,
ftutfhv cured, always on hand.
AT THE BRICK STORE,
NORTH MAIN STREET,
Enrak., July 18,1881, JylStf
POLL TAX NOTICE.
POLL TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR
of 13x3 are now due and payable at my
office. In Eureka.
0. 0. WALLACE, Assessor.
Eureka, March 18,1889. mh!9tf
THE
Weekly Sentinel
PUBLISHED
EVERY SATURDAY!
18 THE
Best Newspaper
FOB THE
Hjoer, fierctiaut I Mechanic
....OF...
EASTERN NEVADA!
IT IS ALSO
The lost rule Journal
TO SEND ABROAD
To the Various Mining: Camps of
the 1'aclflc Coast, au«l to the
People of the East.
IT IS A
Perfect Compendium
OF NEWS.
It contains Everything of
Interest that Transpires
In the Minlne Fields of
the Pacific Coast.
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND SEND
IT TO fOUR FRIENDS.
Price, ■ - $5 a Year.
ROOMS TO LET.
PARLORand BEDROOM
ONE SINGLE ROOM, suitable for
an Office.
THI ABOVE ARE IN A BRICK BUILDING.
IG^For particulars applj at this
office.
Eureka, March 28,1882. mh29tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TOBACCO HOUSE!
Eaat Side North Main Street, one door below
Stone Building.
B. ROTHSCHILD.Proprietor.
IMPORTED ANDjjOMESTIC CIGARS!
FLAYING CARDS, PIPES AND CUTLERY.
Bui.kt, Not. 98,1881. nMtf
A WARNING
The continual throwing of burn.
lng coals and hot ashes on the streets
daring windy weather renders a fire imminent
at any time. The officers have been instructed
to promptly report any persons who may do
this hereafter, and they will bs prosecuted to
the full extent of the law. ,
MATTHEW KYLE. Sheriff. .
Eureka. March 14.1882. mhlfitf
ForSaleorLease
rrar* stone fireproof store wild.
1 log ou Main .tract lately occupied by Pale
Ueaaeo. For particular! apply to
_ , W. P. STSlOHELMAS.
Eureka, Meroh 99,1699. mr96 tl
Notice to the Public!
The public are hereby warned
not to receive or negotiate for a certain
note, described as follows, which has been
lost or destroyed, and on which payment is
stopped : The note Is given by G. Persano k
Co. In favor of G. Romani, and is indorsed by
Petsr Hansen.
Kurtka, April 7,1882. a8 Ira
HAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style&Pricft
Guaranteed Unsqualed
FOR
OPERATION.
ECONOMY.
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
Improvements and Conveniences found iq
no others.
Always Reliable.
POPULAR EVERYWHERE.
For Sale in Every City and Tfl#*
in the United States*
AND BY
R. SADLER & CO.,
E1TREKA, NEVADA.
FOR SALE,
MATERIAL
FOR A COMPLETE
NEWSPAPER
•«• •AXD • •••
JOB OFFICE.
NO 4. WASHINGTON HAND-PRESS.
(GOOD AS NEW),
BREVIER, OR MINION, AND NON
PAREIL TYPE.
CABINET, NEWSSTANDS, CASES.
IMPOSING STONE, CHASES, ETC.
A BARGAIN.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION IN
QUIRE AT THE
EUREKA SENTINEL OFFICE.
RUBY KILL
....A HNS STOCK OF....
Tobacco and Cigars,
Notions, Cutlery, eto.
,or *u the le»«ag Dally and
monthly newapapera and Journal!.
W. J. PENROSE, Prop.
H by Hill, Dec. 8 1881. d9tf
BARBER SHOP
* —AJTD—
BATH HOUSE,
Below the Poitofflce, one door north of Henry
Kind’e grocery etore.
UMXHY t'ABEY.Proprietor
■GTBE0T op HELP EMPLOYED."%*
HART S PHELPS^
MERCHANT TAILOR 8"
No. 506 Market street,
TP 8TAII18 HAN FHANCI8G0, CAL.
CCC » w«* In your owu~ town. Terms sod
H. Hallbtt 6
MISCELLANEOUS.
Delinquent Sale Notice.
Albion Consolidated Mining Com
pony.
Location of principal place of business, San
Francises, California. 4 .
Location of works. Eureka Mining District,
Eureka, Nevada. „ _ ,
Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock, on account of assess
ment (No. 10) levied on the 8ixth day of
March, 1882, the several amounts set oppo
site the names of the respective shareholders
as follows:
No. No.
Names. Certs. 8hares. Ain’t
Atkinson & Co Thos T,
trustees.2(554 10 $3 00
Atkinson & Co Thos T
trustees, bal.2655 5 1 50
Atkinson A Co Thos T,
trustees.3038 10 3 00
Atkiuson A Co Thos T,
trustees.. 600 160 00
Atkinson A Co Tlios T,
trustees.. .3896 100 30 CO
Atkinson A Co Thos T,
trustees..f.3993 100 30 00
Bayley G B, trustee.1141 100 30 00
Bayley G B, trustee.1144 100 $1 00
Baylty G B, trustee.1145 100 80 00
Bayley G B, trustee.1146 100 30 00
Bayley G B, trustee.3032 100 80 00
Bayley G B, trustee.8033 100 30 00
Bayley G B trustee.3035 100 30 00
Bayley G B, trustee.3543 100 80 00
Bayley G B, trustee.3698 100 30 00
Bayley G B. trustee.3759 100 30 00
Bayley G B, trustee.3760 100 30 00
Bayley G B, trustee.3820 75 22 50
Bailey 8 J.2830 100 30 00
Oopo A Davis, trustees. ..3859 100 30 00
Cope A Davis, trustees.3883 150 45 00
Crandall W G, trustee.1916 100 30 00
Crandall W G, trustee.2*202 10 3 00
Crandall W G, trustee.3195 50 15 00
Crandall W G, trustee.3713 60 15 00
Chisholm D H, trustee. 446 60 15 00
Chisholm D B, trustee.1539 60 15 00
Chisholm D B, trustee.2678 600 150 00
Chisholm D B, trustee.... .3264 50 15 00
Chisholm D B, trustee.3813 500 150 00
Chisholm D B, trustee.3852 100 30 00
Coffin, Bandersou A Cook,
trustees.8969 60 15 00
Clute A B, trustee.3558 10 3 00
Clute A B. trustee.3808 1000 300 00
Cuddihy P, bal.3190 75 22 60
Duncan W L, trustee.366*2 10 8 00
Dewey E E, trustee.3855 2000 600 00
Dewey li E, trustee.3932 1000 300 00
Dixon T H. trustee. 2177 20 6 00
Edwards GcoD, trustee. ...4098 500 150 00
Freeborn A Co, trustees.... 909 5 1 50
Freeborn A Co, trustees... .1676 10 3 00
Fox H L, trustee.8949 200 60 00
Fox H L, trustee.3950 200 60 00
Fox H L, trustee.3951 100 30 00
Golly A Uhl, trustees.2824 100 30 00
Gillon J, trustee.2842 50 15 00
Gillon J, trustee.3355 50 15 00
Gillon J, trustee.40y6 150 45 00
Greenbanm A Co L, trus
tees, bal.2398 6 1 50
Greeubaum A Co L, trus
ses.4026 10 3 00
Gardiner B, trustee, bal.... 1194 5 1 60
Gurnett W J, trustee.3371 50 15 00
Hawks H D, trustee. 324 100 30 00
Hawks H D, trustee.2363 70 21 00
Hawks H D, trustee.2793 50 15 00
Hawks H D, trustee.3089 5 1 50
Hawks H D, trustee.3264 20 6 00
Hawks H D. trustee.3654 60 15 00
Havens A Co, trustees.1475 100 30 00
Havens A Co, trustees.3155 60 15 00
Havens A Co, trustees.3533 50 15 00
Havens A Co, trustees ....4047 75 22 50
Havens A Co. trustees.4121 25 7 50
Hutchinson F W, trustee..3882 100 3 00
Hutchinson F W, trustee. .4058 25 7 50
Hickox A Co Geo C,trustee.4023 20 6 00
Jones H G, trustee.2405 10 3 00
Kenny A Dyer, trustees. ...3881 100 30 00
Keane Chas H, trustee, bal.3247 5 1 50
Locke Wm L. trustee.3321 5 I 60
I.azure A Co L T, trustees..4084 250 75 00
LeKoy Theodore.8923 2000 600 00
LeKoy Theodore.3924 1250 375 00
LeKoy Theodore.3925 300 90 00
Muller W J, trustee..1514 10 3 00 i
Mo re A Montgomery, true
t(*rS.2147 10 3 00
Norwood W E, trustee.2528 25 7 50
Norwood W E, trustee.2585 10 3 00
Norwood W E, trustee.3G53 10 3 00
Noble A CoHH, trustees..3424 10 8 00
Noble A Co H H. trustee®. .3716 10 3 00
Noble fcCoHU, trustees. .4071 2C0 60 00
No bio & Co H H, trustees. .4073 100 30 00
Parsons H B, trustee.3182 100 30 00
Phipps A B, trustee.1196 200 60 00
Picboir H.3926 1100 330 00
Root Qeo B. trustee.3878 2 60
Richardson, Hill A Co, trus
tees...2018 100 30 00
Robinson L L, trustee.1450 25 7 60
RichardBon E A, trustee...2918 100 30 00
Richardson E A, trustee.. .3236 100 80 00
Richardson E A, trustee. ..4003 100 30 00
RichardBon E A, trustee...4100 200 60 00
Stein Nat, trustee. 929 30 9 00
Scott A Co H U. trustees.. .1371 25 7 60
Speyer Bros, trustees. 625 60 15 00
Smith Chas n, tiustee.1738 20 6 00
Smith Chas H, trustee.2781 250 75 00
Smith Chas H, trustee.2810 25 7 60
Smith Chas H, trustee.2875 100 30 00
Smith Chas H, trustee.3499 400 120 00
Shinn Howard II, trustee. .3975 100 30 00
Shinn Howard H, trustee. .4113 100 30 00
Verdenal D F,trustee. 215 100 30 00
Verdenal D F, trustee. 266 100 80 00
Verdenal D F, trustee. 294 250 75 00
Verdenal D F, trustee. 295 250 75 00
Weill Chas L, trustee.1667 10 8 00
Weill Chas L, trustee.2190 5 1 60
Weill ChaB L, trustee.2436 10 8 00
Weill Chas L, trustee......2818 20 6 00
Weill Chas L, trustee.3046 60 15 00
Weill Chas L, trustee.o322 3 1 60
Weill Chas L, trustee.3395 75 22 60
Weill Chas L, trustee.4116 600 150 00
Wakefield A Co S B, trus
tees, bal.3598 5 1 60
Zlnns O T, trustee.2752 100 80 00
Zadig, Kullman A Co, trus
tees.3726 800 120 00
Zadig, Kullman A Co, trus
tees.3816 400 60 00
Albion Mining: Company.
(OLD STOCK.)
Verdenal D F, trustee. 67 100 80 00
And in accordance with law, and an order of
the Board of Directors, made on the 6th day of
March, 1882, so many shares of each parcel
of such stock as may be necessary will
be sold at publlo auction, at the office of
Parker Crittenden, auctioneer, Room 14, No.
802 Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cali
fornia, on
Tuesday, the Second May of May,
1883,
At the hour of 2 o’clock p. if., of said day,
to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with oostB of advertising and expenses
of the sale.
D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary.
Office—Room 6, No. 827 Pine afreet, San
Francisco. California. al5td
HOUSE AND LOT
FOR SALE.
A HOUSE-20x30—WITH FOUR ROOMS
and a kitchen. The houae la lined and
sealed with lumber. The lot is 35x100 feet,
inclosed with 7-foot fence. Also, a commo
dious woodshed. The property will be sold at
a bargain if early application is made. It can
be bought for one-half cash and the balanoe
paid in monthly installments.
The property is looated about 100 feet north
of the Matamoras furnace, and belongs to
Joshua Whitesides. For particulars apply to
DR. J. B. KEEN.
At the above residence there is a very
fine melodeon, which will be sold cheap for
a4tf
Probate Notice.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP
Fernando Bonettl, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters testa
mentary with the will annexed have bat n is
sued to the undersigned upon the estate of
Fernando Bonettl, deceased, and all creditors
of said deceased are hereby required to ex
hibit their claims against said deceased, with
the necessary vouchers,within ten months after
the first publication of this notice, to the un
dersigned, at her residence in Eureka, Nevada,
or they will be forever barred.
LOUISA MENAGOLI, Executrix.
April 11,1882. apll-80d
Reerli & Waldvogel’s
3D-A. X “JRt "ST.
PURE MILK AND CREAM I
QfcUYED *N ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT
Q onatote.f*.
bersona wishing Milk or Gratia, can notify
the dyiv*y* qf our wagon*.
RROU k WALDYOQEL.
Baraka. November IP 1*78. n‘JO
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The copartnership heretofore
existing between J. V. Bennetts A Co.,
in the saloon business, was dissolved this day.
All bills owing by the firm will be paid by J.
V Bennetts, and all Indebtedness due to the
late Arm must be paid to me.
„ J. V. BENNETTS.
Eureka, April 11,1863. apl2-3w*
__ medical.
Or. SPINNEyVco!
K«. II Kearny Street, *
TIZ.^ °nr'0M0 SPECIAL
young men
saps ^KaSSi®
udX.!1 p",r,ntM to forfeit five htind-ed8^11!
lire for every caae of weakness or do1
eaae of any kind or character which ^ *te dil
takes and falls tocnre. h ho n»der.
MIDDLE-AQED MES
There aro many at the age of third . .
who are troubled with too freoneet . 40 #1ftj
of tho bladder, often accompanied hr R''1:atl'n
°r b?ro‘”g oensXn 2d
lng of the aystem In a manner the I.r (d
not account for. On examining 8*?*. “»■
d«P°^ » t“Py sediment will often be”,1'”*?
and Bometimes Binall particles ,if.n.0 ,0»nd,
appear, or the color w?U bT of a
hue, again changing to a dark . milhiah
pearance. There fre many ,dn d?rpld »P
thli difficulty, ignorant of the causj^rtift 01
the second stage of seminal weakn«.WhLch *a
will guarantee a perfect euro in all bum
and a healthy restoration of the EH* 5Me»
organs. Kenito-urinary
Office Hours—10 to 4 and 6 to 8
from 10 to 11 a. m. ConsnltaHnn # Bnn<l»J
ough examination and advice $5 free* Tho*
Gall or address DR. SPINNEY & oo
Mo. 11 Kearny Bt..8d, Ft^ho.
THE GflEAT ENGLISH REMEOr
O * never.falling
§?\sr
potency, Paratveis
tPd ell the terrible
. effect. otgelt.Suet
youthtuifontgg and
eiccsaee In m.turec
of Memory, Lassiti'idSTNoctim^r'Er,:^,!;,';,?
Aversion to Society, Dimness of Vis“, S*’
in the Head; the vital fluid passing nnobZr ,
in the urine, and many othe? diseases th.,K
to insanity and death. ieaa
»R. MINTIE will agree to forfeit Five
Him tired Dollars for a case of this kind tb.t
the VITAL RESTO It ATI VE (under hi.
special advice and treatment) will not cure^
ai^thlnB lmpnre or injurious found In it
1>K. HIATIE treats all Private Diseases sur*
cessfuily without mercury. Consultation
rro«. Thorough examination a?d ^!wce “n.
eluding analysis of urine, »5 00. Price of Vi tal
Restorative, $3 00 a bottle, or four tlmel
the quantity, $10 00; scut to any address unoa
receipt of price, or 0. O. D„ siu?e ™m P0U
iT£?MiVH.“D.n,m'11 deBlred'
11 Kearny St. San Francisco,
DR. ItllKiTIITS KIDNEY REMEDY
BETWVM, cures all kinds of Kidnli
and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrlicea, Gleet
Leuoorrhcea. For sale by all drngglsts; $1 oo
bottle, six bottles for $6 00. ’ *
DR. MINTIE'S DANDELION Fill N
are the best and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
BILIOUS cure In the market. Forf
all drngglsts. _ mrS-lj
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral
For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such
as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, 13bon.
chitis, Asthma and Consumption.
The few composi
tions which have won
theconfidence of man
kind an d become
household words,
among not only one,
but many nations,
t\must have extraordi
nary virtues. Per
th apa no one ever se
r cured so wide a repu
[ tatlon, or maintained
litas long as Ayer's
^Cherry Pectoral. It
has been known te
the public about 40 years, l»y a long continued
series of marvelous cures, that have won for It
a confidence in its virtue* never equaled by
any other medicine. It BtlU makes the most
effectual euros of Coughs, Colds and Consump
tion that can be made by medical skill. In.
deed, the Cherry Pectoral has really robbed
these dangerous diseases of their terrors to a
great extent, and given a feeling of immunity
from their painful effects that is well founded,
if the remedy be taken in season. Every
family should have it iu their closet for tin
ready and prompt relief of its members,
8ickness, suffering, and oven life is saved by
this timely defense. The prudent should not
neglect it, and the wise will not. Keep It by
you for the protection it affords by its early
use in sudden attacks.
Prepared by
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Massachusetts,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
(1) IN MEDICINE. jelltd
For Sale.
J^IVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES 01
fine land, well watered^ and covered by a
United States Patent. Also, 300 tons of good
hay and 100 tons common hay : two mowing
machines and two hay presses ; one hay rake,
three wagons, one buggy. 10 fine milk cowa, 23
i brood mares, Q5 yonng horses, one Imported
sck from Paris, Missouri, one Norman stab
lion. The house is 25x50 feet deep, and well
furnished. Also, stables and corrals, includ*
all kinds of Implements usually used on a
complete ranch. For particulars apply to
JOSEPH MENDES, Eureka, Nev. aelSdawtf
FORJALL
SplendidPropertyat a GreatBarrolf.
rpna place known-as mitohell a
WON'S RANCH, in Bteptoe Valley, midway
between Ward and Cherry Creek, is for sale at
a great bargain on easy terms. It contains
1,000 acres under fence. The lsnd grows hay,
grain and vegetables. It is also a magnificent
stock range. The Improvements consist of a
dwelling, stablea, corrals, etc. There is slso s
good dairy outfit. Will be sold with or without
the horses and cattle. The proprietors offer
to sell because they desire to go Esst. Address
Mitohell & Lyons. Cherry Creek, White Pine
County, or apply on the premisea. Ie4t*
GEORGE GAVIN
WHITTON'8 BUILDING, corner Mils ‘"d
Clark street*.
Tin and Sheet Iron Worker
Particular attention paid
to Roofing, Plumb
ing, Cto.
KTAII work done wltk dUpotob
and at the lowest prices*
Eureka, Oct. 1,1881. oltf _
ATKINSON i DEMING
IMPORTING TAILORS I
Ho. 100 State Street.
|y4-tf BOCKFOBP. ILL.
(N n n^w« f«S
y U U&s£*l5®
much u man. and boy a and girls *®*5*Kf?1**.
pay. fleadar, if you waul a bualnass al wbion
N 0 TICE TOTRAVELERS.
PARTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO B.AIL
WAY Stations will pleat* procure tlo»«i
at the Jackson Home, or at the Fashion Stablil
and leave orders to be called. _._*,*.*
W. nr. SWEENEY k OOe, Bus Proprietors.
®T|*1 A WEEK. *11 a day »•.5?“*
J> \i made. Ooetly outfit tree, Address Teue
ft do., Augusts Males.

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