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C'uicka Dailn Sentinel.
Ash phh me lit l.tsl.
Tho following s a complete list of out
standing assessments upon stocks listed at
the San Francisco Stock and Exchange
Board, with tho dates upon which they
will become delinquent in the Board and
the day of sale:
Same. Amount. Delinquent. Sale Day.
Overman. 25. .June 1.June 27
Alta 50. June 2 ....June 27
Grand Prize 10. June 2.June 26
Utah _ 1 50. June 4. . June 29
Savage.. 50 June 4. ...June 26
Chollar. 25 June 9.June 30
Martin White. 25. June 9.July 20
Belmont (Nye>.. 10 June 9.July
Hale A Norcross 50 . J une 16 — July 11
Sierra Nevada.. 1 00. June 17 . July 10
Justice . 20 J une 22-July 18
Gniud it Curry. 50. .June 22.July 20
Belle Isle.. . 10 . June 22 — July 17
Scorpion... I" June 25_July 21
Benton ■ 25. June 27 . July 20
Bullion. 25. June 29-July 25
Mono. 20..July 3.July 27
Mexican 50 July 6.July
Frcnli Oyniern.
Gibfried J: 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 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 furnishing balls and
parties with luncheon or suppers. *
- ♦ —
Ed. Wilhelm
Begs to iuform 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 LuacIou* 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 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
aDd West. Families supplied. *
I're**h Can«li«‘N. Niut* null Fls«.
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 !
Persona 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. * ■
The largest stock of perfumery and |
handkerchief eitracts ever imported to the
State, from 25 cents to $11 per bottle, at
Schneider’s drug store. *
A large assortment of ladies’ and gents’ j
dressing cases, pocket-books, satchels, |
valises, toilet sets, etc., can be found at
Schneider’s drug store. *
Henry’s Specific,”
....FOR,... |
Nervous Debility,
SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
rliy.ical DobllU:. __
Vllfor. ■ *•— *r ”aatT
..mure Exhaustion,
Al.il tr
rt ,.nv evil and gloomy consequence* .
** -rly indiscretion. Thi* incomparable j
vjIixat Exolisk Rkmedv hae Alwady acWeved .
a world-wide reputation for its intrit.s.c j
BAntN It is infallible la
ins lust vigor, whether from Imprudence,
neaa. or old age- Sufferer* may fully re., un
this. Specific sect by mail, saourely scaled,
with full directions and rules.
Price, A1 per pkge, or fl pkgss for |5,
Sufficient to euro most cases.
Address, WHEELER A CO..
m9tf No. 149 East 27th street, New Fork City.
Hiram Johnson,
Whclaiala and Retail Basle* la
ti T A S' L K AND FANCY
GROCERIES
....AND.,.,
PROVISIONS,
Chicago Hams and Break
fast Bacon,
Sugar cured, always on hand.
AT THE BRICK STORE,
NORTH MAIN BTREET.
Eureka, July 18,1881. Jyl9tf
Look Out for Bargains
....AT,...
IB IE R, G ’ S !
Having purchased at sheriffs
Sale the entire stock of
FANCY GROCERIES !
Of D. M. Steindler A Co., at greatly reduced
rates. I offer to the publio at San Francisco
cost price the above stock, in order to make
f 10m for new goods arriving dally from the
list and Wes*.
Call Early and Secure Bargains
BERG’S I BERG’S I
Between the Courthouse aad Turner House.
Eureka, Dec. 27,1881. d2«tf
NOTICEl
During my absence in California
A. L. Fitzgerald, Esq., will attend to my
business. JOHN F. GARRETT.
Eureka, June 10,1882. Jelltf
■fe ■■#k^PBU8INE88NOWBEFORE
si 'I rn* I the public. You can make
Sat ^k I money frt*t»r work for
'M pi Jl ■ v I U8 ttlan at scything else.
M ■ 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 us. Now is the time. You can work
in snare time only, or give your whole time to
the business. Toucan live at home and do
the work. No other business will psy you
nearly as well. No one can fall to make enor
mous pay by engaging at once. Costly outfit
and terms free. Money made fast, easily and
honorably. Address TRUE A CO., Augusta,
Maine. nl8tf
For Salej r Rent.
AFIR8T-CLA8S PIANO CAN BE PUR
chased cheaply, or rented, by making
early application to MRH. DAN MORGAN? at
the Morgan House, corner of Buel and Clark
streets. j
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
ft. SAOUR,
Nortli Main Street,
EUREKA,.NEVADA.
i
..../> /; a l ts r ixr....
General Merchandise,
GROCERIES,
. AND.
PROVISIONS !
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE.
A- full line
.OF THE. [
LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER
AGHINT FOR.
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
FOREIGN AND HOME.
......Also, Agent for the......
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS,
4
.AND.
| HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER !
I
VtoVe*) to at: gmrta uMuku, rr«ti of {'HiO-tiji,
! Eureka, March\t lgg2. maritf
DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial '
District, in and for Eureka County,
State of Nevada.
The State of Nevada lends Greeting to AN
drew McKenzie.
\ror are hereby required to ap
X 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
Die with the Clerk of 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
the 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 has failed to
support plaintiff for more than one year last
past, which failure is not the result of poverty
over which be had no power to control.
And you 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 Baid complaint,
Alexander Wilson, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Dated Eureka, Nevada, May 5,1882. mC 6w
Knabe Pianos.
“For beauty of tone, touch, and
action, I have never leen their
equal.1’
CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG,
“TIi© Knabe" In absolutely the
best Plano Made.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.
No. 721 Market street, 8. F. Sole agents for
the Pacific Coast. mh!9tf
NAVY SOAP Co.’s
TOILET AND LAUNDRY
SOAP!
Best in the World !
THY IT.
Economical Eraslve, Healing.
Will Wash in All Kinds of Water
Office—Non 34 end 36 California etreet, 8. F
Factory, Oakland, flOtf
Reduction in Prices
Monaco’s CityPholo^rapliGallery!
None but the beat and moat life
like pictures are taken at this gallery,
with all the latest improvements of finish and
style. COPYING, either plain or finished In
Crayon, Color or Ink, made a specialty—Crayon
work particularly. Also, enlarging or reduc
ing to any size desired.
South Main Street, Eureka. a9tf
ff l1) A WEEK. $13 a day at home eaally
4) IA made. Coetly outfit free. Address Tbub
h (To., Augusta If slue.
Assessment Notice.
TjHJREKA TUNNEL AND MINING COM
-Tj
Location of principal place of busintsas, £u!
r6ka, Nevada
Location of works, Eureka Mining District,
Eureka County, Nevada.
Notice la hereby g ven, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 13th day
of June, 1882, an assessment (No. 1) of twenty,
five cents per share waa levied upon the eup
ital stock of the corporation, payable immedl
ately, in United States gold coin, to the Score
tnry, at the office of the Company in Eureka,
Nevada, or to the transfer Secretary, F. W.
Clnte, southwest corner of Montgomery and
Pine streets, in the City of Han Francisco,
California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on
Saturday, the Fifteenth Day or
July. 1SS2,
Will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
public auction: and unless paymeut is made
before, will be sold on Tuesday, the fifteenth
day of August, 1882, to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with the cost of advev
Using and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
E.J UTTLER, Secretary.
Office—Sentinel Building, Eureka. Nevada.
jel5td
ASSESSMENT NOTICE,
PIONEER CONSOLIDATED MINING COM*
pany.
Location of principal piace 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 9th day of i
June, 1882, an assessment, (No. C) of ten
cents per share was levied upon the cap
ital stock of the corporation, payable imrac
diately in United States gold coin, to the Seo.
retary, at the office of the company, Room 4, '
No. 809 California street, San Francisco, Cali
fornia.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on
Weduesday, (he Nineteenth Day of
July, 1883,
will be delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and unless payment is made
before, will be sold on Monday, the seventh
day of August, 1882. to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with costa of ad
vertising and expenses of sale. By order of
the Board of Directors.
J. M BUFFINGTON, Secretary.
Office—Room 4, second floor. No. 309. Cali
fornia street, San Francisco, Calif* rnia. jelfitd
GEORGE GAVIN
WHITTON'8 BUILDING, corner Mela and
Clark streets.
Tin and Sheet Iron Worker
Particular attention paid
to Roofing, Plumb
ing, Etc.
fBTAH work done with dispatch
find at the lowest price*.
Eureka. Oct. 1, 1881. oltf
E. BELLINGER,M.E.
ASSAYER.
T7NTIL OTHER ARRANGEMENTS CAN
U be made, my friends and patrons will
please leave samples at the office of Mr. Max
Moeller, where I will attend to them promptly.
„ E. BELLINGER.
Eureka, March 29,1882. mh30tf
ICC a week In your own town. Terms and
J)UU tfi outfit free Addreaa H. Hallxtt k
Jo., Portland. Main**
Lkwal blanks, of all de.
acriptlons, printed to order at tha SEN.
ETHEL OFFICE
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE
Weekly Sentinel
PUBLISHED
EVERY SATURDAY!
IS THE
Best Newspaper
FOR THE
Miner, MercDant £ Hecbanin
....OF..
EASTERN NEVADA!
IT IS ALSO
Tie Meet Malle Journal
TO SEND ABROAD
To the Various Mining: Camps of
(he Pacific Coast, and to the
People of the East.
IT IS A
Perfect Compendium
OF NEWS.
It contains Everything of
Interest that Transpires
In the Mlnine Fields of
the Pacific Coast.
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND SEND
IT TO YOUR FRIENDS.?
Price, - - $5 a Year.
FOR SALE,
MATERIAL
FOR A COMPLETE
NEWSPAPER
....AND.,.,
JOB OFFICe.
NO 4. WASHINGTON HAND-PRESS.
(300D 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.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Latest Invention.!
EADOVICH’S
ROCK REDUCER
—AND—
Horse-Sloe Gonceotretor
-FOR
Crushing and Saving Gold and Sulphnrets
W itliout Loss.
THE MOST DTK A REE, MOST
RAPID, AND DECIDEDLY THE
CHEAPEST ROCK REDl'CER 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 ltock
Breakers or Reducers), and fed in between the
jaws, and thelower 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 slidiDg on the shoe.
The lever-jaw is being rapidly vibrated by
1he crank-shaft which operates the friction
roll. It will be Been that the lower part of the
face 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 ton
times as much hard quartz as can be crushed
by the shoe of any other Crusher.
When decomposed or soft quartz, or othor
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
brought to bear upon the larger lumps of soft
material, thereby gripping the same; but as it
is crumbled and reduced the small hard lumps
that are found in nearly all deeomposed quartz
aud vein matter, are subjected to the glancing
force of the lower part of the shoe, which
moves concentrically with the axis, thereby
sculling or cleaving* 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
a want long felt among Mine aud 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 tons
per 24 hours, 225 00
No, 3. Capable of crushing 75 tons
per 24 hours, 300 00
THE RADOVICH
HORSE - SHOE CONCENTRATOR
-18—
The Best, Most Nnvlnjf' and Most
Simply Constructed Concentra
tor in the World—Its Capacity is
Greater Than That of any tit her
Concentrator Keqiiirin;; the Same
Space.
The only Concentrator that can lie adjust' d
to save every grade of sulphurets and 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 other
Concentrator requiring the same space now in
use. The logs oi 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 oven on the backs of mules,
over the roughest roads, places them within
the reach of all mill and mine-owners. And,
furthermore, they will pay handsomely iu all
kinds of ores, as they can be used as a rocker
for saving line gold in gravel or black sand, as
well as in the ores containing sulphurets.
The Price* of the Different Size*
are n§ Follows:
No. 1, With a capacity of concentrat
ing 9 ions of quartz in 24 hours £130 OO
No. 2, With a capacity of concentrat
ing re tons in 24 hours. 223 00
No. 3, With a capacity of concentrat
ing 25 tons in 24 houis. 300 00
For particular! and further information,
address I,. KADOYKTI,
Oflioe:Mint Exchange, | Ban Frauctsco,
877 Market St., cor 5th I California,
ml 9 lm
GEM SALOON.
CAUGHEY & M’NIARTIN, PROPS.
One Door above the Stone Saloon.
FINEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Constantly on Haiul*
Eureka, May 2,1882. m3tf
J. B. UNGSTRQFF,
Merchant Tailor I
Two doors North at the Western Union
Tologrsph Office,
North Main Street, - Eureka
HAS JUST RECEIVED AND KEEPS OON
etautly on Lend s new end well .elected
stock of the letoet patterns of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Which he will make up in the latest styles, and
at prices to suit the times.
Alteration and repairing will be promptly
attended to.
Eureka, September 20,1880. s21-tf
CIGAR STORE !
....AT...,
JACK PERRY’S CORNER,
JAKE HARRIS, Prop.
IMPORTED* DOMESTIC CIGARS
01 u,e ®b«lco»t Drsuila, ,nd the Rest
Tobaccos, Cigarette* laud Hinub.
Utg Articles, Km., Kto.
Enreks, Oct. 1,1881, oUf
C. W. CRANE,
PURCHASING AGENT
ESTABDlgHED IN 187J.
PEKSONg B*MDINo“aWAT PROM .AN
„ *0 wsnt of sny article of Mer,
....ndtse, great or email, oan have their orders
au*
NOTICE TO TRAVELERS.
PAwIvKL«*®IRI?,? to raid
.r* 8*®tiona will please procure ticket
House, or at the Fashion Stables
lBB*e orders to be oallsd. BUWei
W. H. BWNUfKY k 00.. Bus Proprlstori.
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price,
Guaranteed XJncquctlecI
FOR
OPERATION.
ECONOMY.
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
Improvements And Conveniences found iq
no others.
Always Reliable,
POPULAR EVERYWHERE.
For Sale in Every City and ToS**
In the United State*.
AM* BY
R. SADLER & CO.,
F.l'RKKA, NEVADA.
For Sale.
JjMVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES 01
fine land, well watered and covered by %
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 cows, 23
brood mares, 25 young horses, one Imported
ack from Paris, Missouri, one Norman stal
lion. The house is 25x50 feet deep, and well
furnished. Also, stables and corrals, lnclud
all kinds of implements usually used on a
complete ranch. For particulars apply to
J08EPH MENDES, Eureka, Nev. selSdawtf
Miss is sms Eaisers!
rjUIE CELEBRATED JACK
i “Sampson” will serve a
limited number of mares this
season at Mendes & Bros.’ranch
— on Duck water. Terms, for the
season, $15; 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 high; color, jet black, and is a sure foal
getter. He was highly appreciated where best
known, he having received the first premium 1
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, 1682. 18tf
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Philip Gcrow, Plalntiir,
\H,
James 91. Duker untl Dora Morion,
Defendants.
By virtue of an execution issued
out of the District Court of tho Sixth
Judicial District of the State of Nevada, In and
for Eureka County, on the lfith clay of June,
A. D. 1882, and to rue directed and delivered
for a judgment rendered in said Cou-1 on the
3d day of January, A. D. 1882. in favor of Philip
Gerow, Plaintiff, and against James M. Duker
aud Dora Morgan, Defendants, or either of
them, for six hundred and thirty-seven aud
sixty one-hundredths dollars ($837 (50) gold
coin, with interest thereon from the eighth day
of July, 18s0, at the rate of two per cent per
month till paid, together with fifty-seven and
thirty one-hundredths dollars ($57 30) costs
and disbursements, and $2 50 accruing costs.
I have on this, tho seventeenth day of June,
A. D. 1882, levied on the following described
property, to wit:
An undivided one-half interest, more or less,
of that certain ledge, lode or vein known a3
the Woodchupper mine, situated in Prospect
Mountain Range, in tho Eureka Mining Dis
trict. Eureka County, Nevada, containing 1,500
feet; located May 29, 1882, by E. H. Rose and
Janies M. Duker.
Public notice is hereby given that on
Sfttarday, the Eighth Day of July,
A. D. 1882,
betweon the hours of 9 o’clock a. m. and 5
o’clock p. m., viz : at 12 o’clock noon of
said day, I will sell all the right, title, claim
and interest of the said defendants, James M.
Duker and Dora Morgan, or either of them,
in and to tho above described property, lit
publio auction, for cash in hand, to the high
est and best bidder, at the front door of tho
Courthouse in the Town of Eureka, to satisfy
said execution and all coats.
Matthew kyle, sheriff,
By James F. Mason. Under Sheriff.
Eureka. Nevada, June 17,1882. jel7td
SPRAGUE’S
CONCERT HALL
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT I
NTBW WAITER CURLS.
NEW VARIETY TALENT.
Everything Hew ! Spring Style*!
JCarekfr, May 13,1882. I4tf
ATKINSON i DENIING?
IMPORTING TAILORS I
Ho. 105 state Street.
IM-«* ROCKFORD. IM,.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
lstlng between Robert Northey »nd J.me.
H. otevens in the saloon business waa dis
solved this d»y. All bills duo the firm must
be paid to -lames H. Stevens, and all bills
against tb« fit m will be r>l!d by Robert Northey
ROBERT NORTHEY,
. . . JAMES H. STEVENS.
Eureka. Judo 12. 1882. jeia iw
CAUTION.
Havino now burned up and
»w.y .li the deed animals, rub
msu and filth, within the limits of Eureka
preparatory to the exercises of Decoration Ilsy’
[hereby warn the public against depositing
[ally1 in th.‘“wg Ditched near‘the‘cemeterl
‘,Eur,k.,Hay2a,Il88BaBANUT'F“‘'^
MEDICAL.
DR. SPINNEY & CO
No. 11 Krnrny Street,
rpREAT ALL OHRONIO AND 8PE0TA1
J Disease., “*•
YOUNG MEN
Who may be suffering from the effects of yontk
fnl follies or indiscretions will do well to avail
themselves of this, the greatest boon ever lsld
at the feet of suffering humanity. Dr Snin
ney will guarantee to forfeit five hnndred dol
lars for every case of weakness or private dis.
esse of any kind or character which ho under,
takes and fails toenre.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken,
ing of the system in a manner the patient can.
not account for. On examining the urinary
deposits a ropy sediment will often be found
and sometimes small particles of albumen will
appear, or the color will be of a thin milkish
hue, again changing to a dark and torpid an
pearance. There are many men who dieoi
this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which »
the second stago of seminal weakness. Dr 8
will guarantee a perfect cure in all such rases
and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinan
organs. *
Oillce Hours—10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Sunday
from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor
ough examination and advice, $5.
Call or address DR. 8PINNEY h 00.,
No. 11 Kearny Bt., San Fri^aisco,
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
Is a never.failing
Cure for Nervous
Debility,Exhausted
'Tf.ilty, »eminal
neaknr , Sperma
torrhea, LOST
MANHOOD,I_
potency, Paralysis
and all the terrible
effects of Self-Abuse
youthful follies and
excesses in maturei
L _._years—such as Lost
of Memory, Lassitude, Nocturnal Emissions,
Aversion to Society, Dimness of Vision, Noises
in the Head; the vital fluid passing unobserved
in the urine, and many other diseases that lead
to Insanity and death.
DR. MINTIE will agree to forfeit Five
Hundred Dol Iiith for a case of this kind that
the VITAL RENTOKATIVE (under his
special advice and treatment) will not cure, o'
for anything impure or injurious found in it,
DR. MINTIE treats all Private Diseases sue.
cessfully without mercury. Continuation
Free. Thorough examination and advice, in
eluding analysis of urine, $6 00. Price of Vital
Restorative, $3 00 a bottle, or four time*
the quantity, $10 00; sent to any address upon
receipt of price, or 0. O. D., secure from ob
servation, and in private name if desired.
A. E. MINTIE, SI. D. *
11 Kearny St. San Francisco,
DR. MINTIE’S KIDNEY REMEDY.
NEPHKETH'FM, cures all kinds of Kidney
and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Leucorrhcea. For sale by all druggists; $1 00 a
bottle, six bottles for $5 00.
DR. MINTIF/S DANDELION PILLS
are the best and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
BILIOITS cure in the market. Fori
all druggiBts. mr8-lj
Ayer’s Cathartic Pills.
FOR ALL PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC.
\ Curing Costive
f ness, Jaundice, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul
Stomach and Breath,
Headache, Erysipe
las, Piles, Rheuma
tism, Eruptions and
Skin Diseases, Bil
iousness, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Tet
fe ter, Tumors and Salt
Hiit-um, Worms,
iug the blood, art- the most congenial purgative
yet perfected. Their effects abundantly sLow
how much they excel all other pills. They are
safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure.
They purge out the foul humors of the blood;
they stimulate the sluggish or disordered organs
into action, and they impart health and tonc-h>
the whole being. They cure not only the every
day complaints of everybody, but formidably
and dangerous diseases. Most skillful physi
cians, most eminent clergymen, and our beat
citizens send certificates of cures performed
and of great benefits derived from these pills.
They are the pafest and best physic for chil
dren, because mild as well as effectual. Heii g
sugar-coated, they are easy to take; and beiii|<
purely vegetable, they are entirely harmless
PRKPARKD 11Y
DR. J. 0. AYER A CO., Lowell, Massachusetts
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
IN MEDICINE. JyM
mTcalisheb
The only sole authorized agent
in Eureka for the
San Francisco Chronicle,
Territorial Enterprise,
Virginia Evenlutf Chronicle.
Record* Union,
Halt l.nkc Tribune,
And all other Bay Papers.
All of which will be delivered to any part of
town for 25 cents per week.
Also on hand a full line of Spaulding’s Base
balls and Bats, Croquet Seta and
other outdoor games.
STATIONS B.Y
Blank and School Books, Note and Letter Pa
per. Fancy Fapeteries, Toys, Cutlery,
Fancy Goods of all kinds, Sheet
Music and Musical In
struments.
Eureka, May 20, 1882.21tf^
•\TOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
partnership heretofore existing between
A. R. Wright and Win. Sholderer, undor tka
firm name of Wright A Sholderer, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. Win. Sholderer
will collect all bills and pay all debts of the
late firm. A. It. WRIGHT,
WM. SUOLPERER.
The business will be continued attheolo
stand by me, and I hope to receive the patron
age of my friends and the public in general.
WM. SHOLDERER.
Eureka, June fl, 1882. Je7 lm
HOUSE FOR RENT!
THE RESIDENCE OF WM. PLUMHOFF.
on Edwards street, is for rent. Apply *°
WM. PLUMHOFF, Truckee 3alo»u.
Eureka, June 2,1882.
ESTRAYED !
ON OR ABOUT MAY 38, A BUCKSKIN
mare mule; branded HO on left aide, ana
vented HO, eetrsyed from Pinto. The mill*
was raised in Diamond Valley. I will P*>'
for the return of the mule to Oolerick’s cottv
in Eureka. JULIUS MINOLETTI.
Eureka, June 5,1882. jefl lm*
STRAY MULL
A DARK BROWN MULE, NO BRAND;
IV shod on >11 four foot. Baddla mull
back. A large. Sue animal. TLe owner
reclaim hie property by calling on me at it”"
Haley’s slaughter-house, paying damage* an
cost of this advertisement. __
MATT BAOBLB.
Eureka, April 34,1883. *-511
Jk h h;sffifvfs»ssaa
SJ SJ everything. Many are mettM
7 vbt ^alr fortuces, Ladle* ro**® 4it
touch as men. and boys and girls a‘***K.J0h
pay. Header, If you want a buainea* at wn
you oan make great pay all the time,
particular* to H. HALLETT k CO., EortUJ
Maine. _ DliZ~
Coroner’s Office.
WEST SIDE OF NIUNROE STREET.
Fourth door north of tha Old Btone Ho*P"*
Eureka, March 18, 1883_
JOB PBIMTIWO OF ALL KINDS *
SPECIALTY at thll 0*1 oa,

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