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Eureka Dailu Sentinel.
Assessment MhI. The following s a complete list of out standing assessments upon stocks listed at the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board, with the dates upon which they will become delinquent in the Board and the day of sale: Fame. Amount. Delinquent, Sale Day. California. 20 . April 28.... J nue 5 Silver Lick 5 . May 0.May 27 Best A Belcher. . 50 May G .June 2 Potosi.. 50 May 13-June G Argon ta. 10. May 13... .June 12 llelcher . 25 . May 15-June 5 Overman. 25. .June 1.June 27 Alta. 50 .June 2.June 27 Grand Prize.. 10. June 2.... June 2G Utah . ...150..June 1.June 29 Savage. 50. June 4.June 2G Chollar. 25 June 9.June 30 Martin White. . 25 June 9.July 20 Belmont <Xye).. 10 .June 9.July Hale .V Norcross. 50. June 16. .July 11 Sierra Nevada.. 1 00..June 17 ..July 10 Justice . 20 June 22.. . July 18 Gou'd A Curry. 50 June 22.July 20 Belle Isle . . *.. 10. June 22-July 17 Scorpion .. ... 10. June 25....July Fresh Oysters. Gibfried A Brisacher of the Jackson House Restaurant have made arrange ments by which they will be constantly in receipt cf fresh oysters, which they will serve in every style. They will keep au all-night 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. * K«l. 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 able to do all work entrusted to him at the shortest notice. As heretofore, ail work warranted to give perfect sat isfaction or money refunded. * * The Luscious Bivalve. The oyster season has arrived, and this is nowhere more apparent than at Mrs. Brown’s Bestaurant. where at all hours of the day and night the bivalve is served in any style known to the art of cooking. Oysters are received by express daily in cans and in the shell from both the East &Dd West. Families supplied. * Fresh Candies. Xu Is and Fljjs. Mrs. Brown, at her restaurant on South Main street, has just received a large as sortment of fresh candies, nuts, figs, etc., direct from San Francisco. Drop in and try them. * At Cost! Person? having pictures of the late President can now get a fine polished wal nut frame at Haskell’s for $2. They will be sold at cost for the shipper’s account. * Tue largest stock of perfumery and handkerchief extracts ever imported to the State, from 25 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., can be found at Schneider’s drug store. * Look Out for Bargains ,,..AT.„, 33 IEJ ZR, O- ’ S ! Having purchased at sheriff’s Sale the entire atock of FANCY CRCOBRIES 1 Of D. M. Steindler k Co., at greatly reduced rat* e, I offer to the public at 8&n Francisco coat price the above atock, in order to make room for new goods arriving daily from the Fast and West. Call Early and Secure Bargains ....AT.... BERG’S I BERG’S ! Between the Courthouse and Turner House. Eureka, Dec. 27,1881. d28tf E. BELLINGER,M.E. A88AYER. UNTIL OTHER ARRANGEMENTS CAN ba made, my friends and patrons will please leave sample# at the office of Mr. "ax Moeller, where I will attend to them promptly. E. BELLINGER. Eureka, March 29,1882. mhSOtf STRAY MULE. A DARK BROWN MULE, NO BRAND, shod on all four feet. Saddle marks on back. A large, fine animal. The owner may reclaim his property by calling on me at Tom Haley's slaughter-house, paying damages and pest of this advertisement. MATT BAOHLE. Eureka, April 24, 1882. a25tf HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE. TWO HOUSES AND LOTS ON MONROE street can be bought cheap if early ap plication Is mads. For particulars apply to the HONG HING COMPANY. Eureka, Jan, 12,1882. jl3-lm» CAUTION. Haying now burned up and cleared away all the dead animals, rub bish and filth, within the limits of Eureka, preparatory to the exercises of Decoration Day, 1 hereby warn the public against depositing any carcasses or filth within said limits, espec ially in the “Big Ditch and near the cemeter ies. L BRANDT, Fire Warden. Eureka, May 26,1882. m?7 MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. R. SAOtER, NTortli Main Street, EUREKA,.NEVADA. ....DEALER IN.... General Merchandise, GROCERIES, .AND. PROVISIONS ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A FULL LINE .OF THE. ; LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER AGENT FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .Also, A emit for tbe..».. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING. POWDER 1 C7*Goodit delivered to nil parts of town, free of chare*. Eureka, March 1, 18S2.___ m»itf ' '" ———mtmmmmmam j EO.WitHElM Chronometer, Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweler and Optician, Megs leave to inform bis Customers and the Public generally that he has completed the alterations in his store and established The Only Strictly First-Class Jewelry Establishment in Eureka. THE WATCH DEPARTMENT In well stocked with Ladies’, Gents and Boys' Swiss and American Watches from the leading factories, in Niokel, Silver and Gold. THE JEWELRY DEPARTMENT Contains the largest selection of Fine Jewelry ever shown in this oity, ornamented with DIAMONDS and other preoious stones. SILVER-PLATED WARE. I keep constantly on hand a full line of the goods of the Middletown Plate Companv, which is juBfly celebrated for the exquisite designs and finish as for the sterling quality of their goods. „ , SOLID silver ware. I keep only the goods of the Gorham Manufacturing Company of Providence and hew aork, which is a guarantee that I keep the very host. OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. flrst-^olasi^optioian^s.1 °Conneotcd0 wltt? thisls tho°* g°0<J‘ 8en°rilly ,0Und *» * SPECTACLE DEPARTMENT, Which la replete with all the different styles of spectacles and Eye Glasses. Having made a special stud? of optica and optbalmology, bo far as they relate to each other, patrons may rest assured of always gettiog suitable glasses, whatever the defect o 1 their eyes may be. THE CLOCK DEPARTMENT Is well stooked with Clocks for the Cabin, the Kitohen, the Parlor the Bed-room, the Bar, the Hall, the Office, and the Observatory, in fact, with Clooks of every description, from the oheapest to the most expensive. Dealing directly with the manufacturers, I can assure patrons that I sell goods as cheap as any house East or West. The Watch Repairing Department certainly the best appointed on this Coast. Among the reasons whioh commend this house to the attention of the public requiring tlie service, of a Watohmaker are the following ! Customers are absolutely secure against the botching of their watches which is of no small importanoe, if it Is considered that 90 per oent of all watchee are worn out by bad watchmakers. All watches left with mo for repaiaa are insured against loss by fire. An honest guarantee is given for one year, in whioh apace of time the watches are cleaned several times, if necessary, free of charge. Repairing monevs are refunded without the slightest prevarication in oase I should fail to giveperfectsaUs faction, and lastly, but not least, NO MONEY IS EVER OBTAINED UNDER FALSE PRETENSES ! Repair to Jewelry Neatly Done! Man Spricht Deutsch. On Parle Francais. MISCELLANEOUS. DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial” District, in and for Eureka County, State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends Greeting to AN DREW mckenzie. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO Ap pear in an action commenced against you as defendant by Jennie McKenzie as plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eu reka. State of Nevada, at the Town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on hie with the Clerk o said Court, within ten days after the 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, but within this district, and in all other cases forty days; or judgment by de fault will be taken against you, according to tbe prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover judg ment against you, the said defendant, for the cause of divorce upon the following grounds, viz: That the said defendant lias failed to support plaintiff for more than one year last past, which failure is not the result of poverty over which he had no power to control. And yon are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will take the relief specified in said complaint. Alexander Wilson, Plaintiff’s Attorney. Dated Eureka, Nevada, May 6,1882. mO 6w CIGAR STORE! ....AT.... JACK PERRY’S CORNER, JAKE HARRIS, Prop. IMPORTED £ DOMESTIC CIGARS Of the Choicest Brands, and the Best Tobaccos, Cigarettes and Smok ing Articles, Etc., Etc. Eureka, Oct. 1,1881. oltf “Henry’s Specific,” ....FOR.... Nervous Debility, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, IMPOTENGY, Physical Debility, I.os* of Manly Vigor, Premature Exbau*tiou, And the many evil and gloomy consequences of early indiscretion. This incomparable Great Enulish Remedy has already achieved a world-wide reputation for its intrinsic merits; it is not a patent medicine, but a pre pared prescription of one of the most eminent English physicians. It is infallible in restor ing lost vigor, whether from imprudence, sick ness, or old age. Sufferers may fully rely on this. Specific sent by mail, securely sealed, with full directions and rules. Price. 81 l>cr piece, or 6 pkges for $5, Sufficient to cure most cases. Address, WHEELED A C'O.. mOtf No. 149 East 27th street, New York City. for SmM COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE,) Eureka, Nev., May 3, 1882. ) SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED and the same are hereby asked for the construction of a county bridge across the Humboldt River at the Town of Beowawe, in the County of Eureka, according to the plans and specifications now on file in the Clerk’s office of Eureka County, where the same may be seen and examined. The contractor is to furnish all and everything necessary for the just and complete construction of said bridge, according to said plans and specifications. Proposals will be received up to and including JUNE FIFTH, A. D. 1882, at 10 o’clock a. M., at whloh time the same will bo opened and ex amined. The County of Eureka, by and through its Board of County Commissioners, reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of County Commission ers of Eureka County, Nevada. Witness my hand and the seal it. l °f 8a,d Eureka County, this third 15’Tv'TsJ day of May’ A* D- 188a 70v^' Charles J. R. Buttlab, Clerk. m4td Godfrey & McMillan. Contractors & Builders. ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF Carpentering and Job Work at reasona ble rates. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Furnished for Wood, Stone and Brick Build ings at short notice. All Work Guaranteed. Shop on South Main Street, opposite the E. and 0. Lumber Yard. a20tf SPRACUE’S CONCERT HALL OPEN DAY AND NIGHT! NTX1W WAITER GIRLS. MEW VARIETY TALENT. Everything New ! Spring Styles! Eureka, May 18,1882. 14tf GEM SALOON. CAUGHEY & M’MARTIN, PROPS. One Door above the Stone Saloon. FINEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS ronhtantly on Ilau.l. Eureka, May a, 1882. m3tf J. B. UNGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor I Two doora North of the Weatern Union Telegraph Office, North Main 8troet, ■ Eureka XT AS JUST RECEIVED AND KEEPS CON. mststsssrs*won FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will make np In the latest styles, snd •t price* to snit the tlnicie. attended*”*011 *** repal,lng wlu be P*°“Ptly Eureka, September 20.1880. a21-tf POLL TAX NOTICE^ POLL TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR of 1882 are now due and payable at my omce, In Eureka. „ . „ O. o. WALLACE, Aaaeaaor. Baraka, Mtroh 18,1882. mhl»tf MISCELLANEOUS. Latest Invention ! EAI)OyiCH\S~ ROCK REDUCER —AND— Horse-Sloe Concentrator —FOB Crushing and Saving Gold and Snlphnrets Without Loss. THE MOST DPR A BEE, MOST RAPID, AND DECIDEDLY THE CHEAPEST ROCK RED CCER IN THE WORLD. The operation of the Machine will be un derstood by referring to the following : When hard rock is crushed, it is broken to the required size (as in the case of other Rock Breakers or Reducers), and fed iu between the jaws, and the lower part of the jaw is adjusted by means of four set screws, to close the open ing between the jaws to the size to which the rock is to be pulverized, the top of the jaw be ing left to incline back, or it may be necessary to incline the same forward to prevent the quartz from glancing or sliding on the shoe. The lever-jaw is being rapidly vibrated by the crank-shaft which operates the friction roll. It will be seen that the lower part of the faco of the shoe moves concentrically with the main shaft and pivot, but the degree of im pingement to which the quartz is subjected, is regulated by adjusting the back jaw by means of the set screws, forward or back, there by regulating the angle of contact with the quartz to a glancing or angular force, Instead of direct perpendicular force—which is seldom sufficient to produce any cutting or perceptible wear or disintegration of the iron of which the shoe is composed. The wear of the shoe is of a slow', scouring nature, and the shoe will last to crush ten times as much hard quartz as can be crushed by the shoe of any other Crusher. When decomposed or soft quartz, or other ' soft vein-matter, is crushed, the upper portion of the jaw is set forward, so as to allow a more direct pressure and crushing force to be brougnt to bear upon tne larger lumps oi soxi material, thereby gripping the same; but as it is crumbled and reduced the small hard lumps that are found in nearly all decomposed quartz and vein matter, are subjected to the glancing force of the lower : art of the shoe, which moves concentrically with the axis, thereby sculling or ( leaving, instead of crashing by a direct or perpendicular pressure. As the whole machine can, without diffi culty, be taken apart in eight different pieces, it can with the greatest facility be trans ported to any mining district, and, by its de cided advantage over all similar machines, and Its unsurpassed cheapness, it will supply 1 a want long felt among Mine and Mill Owners in all parts of the country. PRICES: No. 1, Capable of crushing 15 tons per 24 hours, §150 00 No. 2, Capable of crushing 35 ions per 24 hours, 225 00 No. 3, Capable of crushing 75 tons per 24 hours, 300 00 THE RADOVICH HORSE - SHOE CONCENTRATOR —IS— The Best. Most. Saving:, and Mod Simply Const r noted Concentra tor in tlie World—Its Capacity is Orealcr Than That of' any Ollier Concentrator Requiring: the Same Space. The only Concentrator that can be adjusted to save every grade of sulpburets ami free gold, without any complicated machinery, and with no part liable to wear or break. This Concentrator is constructed in the form of a horse-shoe, as its name indicates, and its working is entirely on a new principle, differ ent from any other Concentrator now in use. It has no cranks, cogwheels, joints or pinions. Its capacity is greater than that of any ether Concentrator requiring the same space now in use. The lo98 of metal is reduced to almost nothing, while it concentrates the ore with a perfection not hitherto attained by any other machine known. The low price of these concentrators, and the fret that they can be easily transported on light wagons, or even on the backs of mules, over the roughest roads, places them within the reach of all mill and mine-owners. And, furthermore, they will pav handsomely in all kinds of ores, as they can be used as a rocker for saving tine gold in grav«*l or black sand, as well as in the ores containing sulpburets. The Prices of the Different Sizes are as Follow*: No. 1, With a capacity of concentrat ine 9 tons of quartz in 24 hours §150 00 No. 2, With a capacity of concentrat ing 15 tons in 24 hours. 225 00 No. 3, With a capacity of concentrat ing 25 tons in 24 houis. 300 00 For particulars and further Information, address I,. RADOVICH, Office:Mint Exchange, I San Francisco, 877 Market St., cor 5th I California. mlD lm P. W. CLUTE Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES provisions, HARDWARE. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. A Full and Complete Stock of Hardware on Hand and con Ntantly arriving;, whirl, I am offerlu, at price, to Deff Competition, Agent for the Giant Powder Company. . F. W. CLUTE. Eureka, Sept. 14,1881. eelStf Valuable Property! FOR 8ALB ON REASONABLE TERMS. Ar.ABOE AND CONVENIENT HOUSE IN » desirable location, with live lots, hev Ing e frontage of 125 feet by 100 feet deep, which will be sold entire or In lota to suit purchasers. Pemlllee desiring e residence or parties wishing to build will find this a good onpor tunity, as the property le situated In the pleasantest part of Eureka. , F“r. *PP'r »< the reeldenoe of T. J. olAUrlN, Eureka, March 6,1882. mhltf Knabe Pianos. “ For beauty of tone, toueh, and aotion, I have never seen their equal." CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. “The Knabe” la nbaolutoly the beat Plano Made. A. L. BANCROFT & CO. ih^P^M.,trMl' F- 8°*« MISCELLANEOUS. LEU ALL OTHERS! Every Style & Price. Guaranteed Unequaled FOR OPERATION. ECONOMY, DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP. Improvements and Conveniences found iq no others. Always Reliable. POPULAR EVERYWHERE. For Sale in Evfery City and To#* in the United Stated* AND BY R. SADLER & CO., EIREKA, NENADA. For Sale. JjllVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OP fine land, well watered and covered by a United States Patent. Also, 800 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 cows, 23 brood mares, 25 yonng horses, one imported ack from Paris, Missouri, one Norman stal lion. The house is 25x50 feet deep, and well fnrnished. Also, stables and corrals, Inclnd all kinds of implements nsnally used on a complete ranch. For particulars apply to JOSEPH MENDES, Eureka, Nev. selSdawti FOR SALE! SplendidPropcrtyat a Great Banal! rjdHE PLAGE KNOWN AS MITCHELL & LYON’S RANOH, In Steptoe Valley, midway between Ward and Cherry Creek, Is for sale at a great bargain on easy terms. It contains 1,000 acres under fence. Tho land grows hay, grain and vegetables. It Is also a magnificent stock range. The Improvements consist of a dwelling, stables, corrals, etc. There is also a good dairy outfit. Will be sold with or without the horses and oattle. The proprietors offei to sell because they desire to go Fast. Address Mitchell & Lyons, Cherry Creek, White Pint j County, or apply on the premises. se4ti Note to Stock Eaisers! THE CELEBRATED JACK “Bmupsou” will serve a limited number of mares this season at Mendes & Bros.’ranch _& on Duckwater. Terms, for the season, $15T or will insure for $25. Season commences from this date and expires on the 15th of August. All mares confided to our care will receive the best attention. Any amount of good pasturage and stabling. Terms for pasturing, $2 50 per month. •^SAMPSON was imported from Paris, Mo., last year, at great expense. He stands 15 hands hi&h; color, jet black, and is a sure foal getter. He was highly appreciated where best known, he having received the first premium at the Paris County Fair at two years old. All risks at the owner’s expense. Sampson is 7 years old this Spring. JOSEPH MENDES. Eureka, May 17,1882. 18tf The Horse Leo THE NORMAN HORSE ASSOCIATION have concluded that they will not ho'd a meeting, but that the NORMAN STUD LEO will stand this season at Valentine Walters’ Ranch in Huntington Valley. The season will commence on the 15th of April. TERMS—Three mares, for the season, $100; siuglemare, $35. Good pasturage, per month, $2 50. For further particulars apply to J. D. DAHM8, Huntington Postofflce, Elko County, Nevada. apltf Hiram Johnson, WholM.la and Bo*..:! Daaler to STAPLE AND F AN C T GROCERIES ....AND.... PROVISIONS. Chicago Hams and Break fast Bacon, Sugar cured, always on hand. AT THE BRICK STORE, NORTH MAIN STREET. Eureka, July 18.1881. jylOtf niDUSINESSNOWBEFQRE 11 M B thepublic. Youi imauko 3* m B money faster at work for 9 B B am B 118 thau at anything else. 3J L| mjf B Capital not neecb'd. We mm m will atart you; $12 a day made at homo by the induatrloua. Men, women, boya and girls wanted everywhere to work for ua. Now la the time. You cau work in spare time only, or give your whole time to the bualnesa. You can live at home and do the work. No other bualnesa will pay you nearly aa well. No one oan fall to make enor* men* pay by engaging at once. Ooatly outfit and terma free. Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address TRUE It 00., Augusta, Maine. nl8tf For Sale or Lease rtiHE STONE FIRE-PROOF STORE BUILD. I ing on Main street lately occupied by Pete Hansen. For particulars apply to W. P. 8TEICHELMAN. Eureka, March 25. 1882. mr26 tf Coroner’s Office. WEST SIDE OF MUNROE 8TREET. Fourth door north of the Old Btona Hoapltal. Eur*k», Hugh 18,1888 mbietf _ _MEDICAL. DR. SPINNEY & CoT Wo. 11 Kearny Street, T^r«e^’0fi*e5?I0 young men themselves of this, the gr.at.st boon"v« UM at the feet of suffering humanity, Dr9i! d ncy will guarantee to forfeit flve hundred ,1a ' lare for every can of weakness or private d?L wh“* was MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to slrt. who are troubled with too freanent of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and i weaken lug of the system,in a manner the patient car" not account for, din examining the urinal deposits a ropy sediment will often be foun7 and sometimes small particle, of albumen wA appear, or the color will be of a thin mllkl.h hue, again changing to a dark and toroid In pearance. There are many men who dm p this difficulty, ignorant of the canse.whlch . the second stage of seminal weakness Dr a will guarantee a perfect cure In all such .unhealthy restoration of the genUmurlna" Office Hours—10 to 4 and 6 to S H„„d from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free? & ough examination and advice, $5 01 Call or address DR. 8PINNEY ft CO No. 11 Kearny 8t., San Fra—ileco. THE GREAT ENGLISH REIV1ED7 gfMlUy.EAhau.ted -‘ w, seminal iVeakne , Sperms, torrliu,*. 1,0 Vv liMKIIH) i ' potency, Paralysis khd.ll theterJiW, effects of Self.Abuse youthful follies and exceases in matnter I-—-__ years—such as Loss of Memory, Lassitude, Nocturnal Emission,, Aversion to Society, Dimness of Vision Noises in the Head; the vital fluid passing unobserved in the nrine, and many other diseases that lead to Insanity and death. 1 1>K. dll NT IK will agree to forfeit Five IIun<li-e<l Ikollara fora caaeof this kind th t the VITAL RESTORATIVE (under his special advice and treatment) will not cure o* for anything Impure or injurious found In’ll I»U. M INTIE treats all Private Diseases sue. cossfully without mercury. Consultation Free. Thorough examination and advice l,,. eluding analysis of tfrlne, $6 00. Price of Vital Restorative. $3 00 a bottle, or four times the quantity, $10 00; sent to any address upon receipt of price, or O. O. D„ secure from oh. servation, and in privato name if deBired A. E. MIN TIE, M. I>. 11 Kearny St. San Francisco, DR. MINT! E'N KIDNEY REMEDY. NEPlIKET’iCWM, cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhcea, Gleet Leucorrhcea. For sale by all druggists; $1 00 a bottle, six bottles for $5 00. DR. MINTIE’S DANDELION PILES are the best and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and BILIOIS cure in the market. Fori all druggists,_ mr8-lj Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral For Diseases of tiie Throat and Lungs, srcn as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron chitis, Asthma and Consumption. The few composi tions which have won theconfidence of man kind an d hero m o household words, among not only one, but many nations, ouust have extraordi nary virtues. Per maps no one ever se cured so widen repu tation. or maintained it ns long as Ayer’s .Chkrry Pectoral. It has been knnwn the public about 40 years, by a long continued series of marvelous cures, that have won for it a confidence in its virtues never equaled by any other medicine. It still makes the most effectual cures of Coughs, Colds and Consump tion that can be made by medics! 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 in their closset for the ready and prompt relief of its members, Sickness, suffering, and even 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 DEALEB9 (I) IN MEDICINE. jelltd PROBATE NOTICE. Notice of Time Appointed Top Prov ing* Will. In th© District Court of th© Sixth Judicial District of the State of Xevadu, in and for Eureka County. In the matter of the Estate of JOSEPH POTTS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that MONDAY, tl e FIFTH day of JUNE, A. D. 18*2. at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, the same being a rogu’ar term day of the June Term of said Court, A. D. 1882, and at the Courtroom of said Court nt the Courthouse, in the Town and County of Eureka, Nevada, have been appointed ns the time and place for proving the will of said Jo. seph Potts, deceased, and for hearing the ap plication of John Y. B. Perry and A. L. Fitz gerald, for the issuance to them of letters tes tamentary thereon, when and where any per son interested may appear and contest the said will and may file objections in writing to the granting ot letters testamentary to said peti tioners. 0. J. R. BUTTLAR, /'CTjfS Clerk of the Sixth Judicial Die I 1 trict Court of the State of Nevada, in and for Eureka County. Merrill & Fitzgerald, Attorneys for Peti tioners. m26td GEORGE GAVIN WHITTON'8 BUILDING, corner Main and Clark streets. Tin and Sheet Iron Worker Particular attention paid to Roofing, Plumb ing, Etc. CTAU work doue will* dispfttcb nnd at the lowewt price**. Eureka, Oet. 1,1881. • oltf BARBER SHOP —Am— BATH HOTJ8B, Whitten’s Brick Building. HENRY CABKi““.Proprietor •Y'BEBT OP HELP EMPLOYED."!* NOTICE TO TRJVELEBS. PARTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO RAIL WAY Stations will please procure ticket* at the Jackson House, or at the Fashion Stable* and loa-ve orders to be oalled. W. H. SWEENEY A OO., Bus Proprietor*. ATKINSON & DEMING I IMPORTING TAILORS I JSo. 100 State Street. |y4.fcf BOOKFOBP, ILL. A A WEEK IN YOUR OWN fj" ■ ■ ■ Etown. $5 outfit free. No risk. M ■% Everything new. Capital not al El required. We will furnish you ml l| 11 everything. Many are making fortunes. Ladies make as much as men, and boys and girls make great pay. Reader, if you want a business at whicn you can make great pay all the time, write for particulars to H. HALLETT A CO., Portland, Maine. “18tf_ If TO A WEEK. 112 a day at home easily 4) / i made. Ooatljr outfit free. Addrese Tbu* k do., Auguati Maine*