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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
The following s a complete list of out- j standing assessments upon stocks listed at i the Sau Francisco Stock and Exchange Board, with the dates upon which they I will become delinquent in the Board and the day of sale: .V Amount. P ’ir.'ju- $::’e Pay. Hale A Xoreross 50 . June 10 — July 11 , Sierra Nevada l 00 .June 17 . July 10 i Justice. 20. June 22 July 18 j Martin White. 25.. June 9 July 20 ! Gould k Curry. 50 .June 22.July 20 j Belle Isle. 10 JuHh 22.. . July 17 j Scorpion . 10 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 7.July 1 Ilea 1 Center . 20. .Tune 26_July 28 Bonkvr Con 05 July 3 July 31 Go dsnaw. 10..July 8.Aug. 3 Cti.‘ 10.. July 11... Aug. 16 Andes . 25..July 15.... Aug. 10 Eureka Tunnel. 25 .July 14 . . Aug. 15 Albi n . 25 July 26.Vug. 21 Leeds . 50.. July 28 Aug. 28 \ : . y ■ .Aug. 81 New York . 10. July 29 Aug. 21 Oro.. 15..July 28... .Aug. 30 Argenta 15 .July 30... Aug. 24 Savage 50 , July 31 . Aug. 22 Grand Price. . 20 . July 31 — Aug. 28 Frc«li «y»u*rs. Gibfriud »t Briaacher cf the Jackson I H> u>e Restaurant have made arrange- j m nstantl; receipt , fresh oysters, which they will j serve in every style. They will keep an j all-night house hereafter and meals can be ec. ured at all hours of the night or day. ! They will also pay the strictest attention j to arranging and furnishing balls and parties with luncheon or suppers. * -♦ — Ed. Wilhelm Begs to inform his customers and the ■ public generally that owing to his con- J stantly increasing trade he has enlarged j 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 I.ineious Rivalvc. The oyster season has arrived, and this is nowhere mere apparent than at Mrs. Brown’s Restaurant, where at all hours of ' the day and night the bivalve is served iu any stylo known to the art of cooking. Oy>ters are received by express daily in cans and iu the shell from both the East and West. Families supplied. * -• Fresh Candies. Nuts and Fijjs. Mrs. Brown, at her restaurant on South Main street, has just received a large as s> rrrnent of fresh candies, nuts, tigs, etc., direct from San Francisco. Drop in and try .them. * At Cost! Persona having pictures of the late Pp. si dent can now get a tine polished wal nut frame at Haskell's for $2. They will be sold at cost for the shipper’s account. * -&■ Tun largest stock of perfumery and handkerchief extracts ever imported to the State, from 25 cents to $14 per bottle, at Schneider’s drug store. * Henry’s Specific,” ...FOB..,. Nervous Debility, SEttlJiAl WEAKNESS, IftlPOTENCY, Ilc'iriiUj, , LuaD i>|' it* ** K» » FretattiMfc s.ad the many evii and gloomy $<;*. sequences of early indiscretion. ThU locomparabls Gukat English Bgiienv La- already achiev. d •» world-wide repr talioii lor its iutrlmtic nfallibls .1; r. itof> 1ls loat whetl.ar from imprudence,-L b pc-s*1, or ola aye. Sufferer* may fully rely fbl.T. Specitlo sent by mail, securely sctled’ .rith full directions aud rules. ’ " * 1'rlce, *1 |»er pkve, or G itkges io«- g>3, Sufficient to cure most cases. Address, BIIEELEK A fo., nu»tf No. 119 Eust 27th street, New Y&tJ„ City. Sh & O s' o K < 5 yj PATENTS Obtained for our new Inventions, or for 1 m prnvements in old ones. Caveats, Infringe inents, Trade-marks, and all patent business promptly attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN HE JECTED may still, in most cases, bo patented by us. Being opposite the U. 9. Patent office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS EXCLU SIVELY, wm can secure patents in less time than those who are remote from Washington. When inventors aeud model or sketch, we make search in the Patent Office, an 1 advise as to Ho patentability free of chabue. Corns pundence confidential ; fees reasonable ; and NO CliAKOE UNLESS PATENT IS OB We refer, by permission, to the City Post master. and to tbs Superintendent of the Post Office Money Order Division in Washington. Fur »peel a i references, circtilar, advice, terms, etc., address C. A. SNOW & Go., 23 tf Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. CIGAR STORE! ....AT.... JACK PEFfftY’8 CORNER, JAHE IIAHI’.IM, Prop. IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CIGARS or tiie Uiuivt-iii hiaudit, ujit atu* iisst Tobfteeoi, iignrettes aud Smuk* lug Article***, Etc., Etc. Eureka, Oct. 1. 1881. oltf C"IO A WEEK. |12 a day at home easily 4) I JL 'Bade. Costly outfit free Address Tuns A Co . Augimm Maine. IKCtAL BIAEK8. OF AU BE< j scrlptions, printed to order at the SEN TINEL OFFICE. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. a. s a d t ea, KTortli Main Street, EUREKA,.NEVADA. HALER IN.... General Merchandise, GROCERIES, .AND. PROVISIONS ! CLOT IIING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A PULL LINE .OF THE. LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER AG-BMT FOH INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. * Agent for (li«. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .akd. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I to aii port* Ot tawa, Jr«* s■/ (<har«o, Furcka, M»sch i, t&8Ss. aiapiff Hiram Johnson, WboIea*l* and JUuil Da*U? In a v a t* i. k« a « a r as <• sr | ....AND..., PROVISIONS, Chicago Hams and Break fast Bacon, Sugar cured, always on hand. AT THE BRICK STORE; NORTH MAIN STREET. Eureka, July 18,1881- jyl9tf j Knabe Pianos. “For beauty of tone, touch, and action, I have never seen their j equal." CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. “The V£unbe” is absolutely the best Plano Made. A. L. BANCROFT 4 CO. No. 721 Market street, S. F. 8ole SKenta for the Pacific Coast. iuhl9tf Tuusinehs nowbefork the public. You can make money faster at work for us than at anythin? else Capital not needed. We j will start you; $12 a day made at home by the Industrious. Men, women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to work for us. Now lathe time. You can work in apare 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 u arly as well. No one c^n fall to make enor mous pay by engaging at once. Costly outfit and terms free Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address TRUE h CO., Augusta, Maine. nl8tf ^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1.' firm of Gibfried k Brisacher, heretofore engaged in the restaurant business In Eureka, Nevada, la this dny dissolved , and so far as the business of the firm In t ureka County la con cerned. C. Gibfried Is to collect all bills due to the firm and alao to pay all debts owing by said firm for business done or debts contracted in Eureka County, Nevada. C GIBFRIED, ft BHI3AOHER. Eureka. Jtxn* 20. iBS9. The buaiuasa will he continued by C- Gib friad at the old Bland, and a continuance or the public patrouago Is solicited. Je21 lm C. GIBFRIED. ATKINSON & DEMING* IMPORTING TAILORS I Ho. 105 Mate Street. 1*4-tf ROCKFORD, ILL. Assessment Notice. T7U7RFKA TUNNEL AND MINING COM. Li par.y. Location of principal place of business, Em reka, Nevada. Location of w-'rks. t UM ka Mining District. Eureka County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, ii.at at a meeting of the Hoard of Direcm**. held on the lath day of Juno. 1882. an asseasinent (No. 1) of twenty, five centa per Rl.jw>-wr.n levied upon the cap ital stock of the corporation, payable immodl ately. in United States gold coin, to the Secre tarv, at the office «.f the Company in Eureka, Nevada, or to the transfer Secretary, F. W. Clute, southwest c orner of Montgomery and Pine streets, in the City of San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Ssturday, the Fifteenth Hay of July. i*iS2, Will ho delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on Tuesday, the fifteenth day of Aiigust, 1882, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the cost of adver tisingand expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. Office—Sentinel Building, Eureka. Nevada. JelStd ASSESSMENT NOTICE. PIOJ.EF.R CONSOLIDATED MINING COM puny. Location of principal place of bnalnoka, San Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, Sthte of Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 9th day of June, 1882, an assessment, (No. 0) of ten 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, at the office of the company, Room 4, No. 309 California street, San Francisco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, (he Nineteenth liny or July, 1992, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will he sold on Monday, the seventh day of August, 1882, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costs of ad vortising and expenses of tale. By order of the Board of Directors. J. M. BUFFINGTON, Secretary. Office—Room 4, second floor, No. 309. Cali forma street, San Francisco, Calif rnia, jelBtd Assessment Notice. Zauoli Mlnixur Company. Location of principal place of business, I Cayuga. Palisade township, Eureka county, Nevada. Location of worka, Cayuga, Palisade town | ship. Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Boar 1 of Trustees, held on the 22d day of | June. 1882. an assessment (No. 1) of 10 cents ; per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United HtMtes gold coin to the Secretary, at the office of the company, Cayuga, Palisade township, Nevada. Any stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on SATURDAY, the TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF JULY, 1882, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before will be sold on Saturday, the 2Uth day of August. ]*82. to pay the delinquent assessment, together With coat of advertising end expensm t.f sale Ji» order of the Hoard of Trust*** SCOTT MoKLDOWN£Y. Secretary. Cayuga, Palisade township, Eureka county, Nevada. Je27td A g\ A WEEK IN YOUR OWN U" I ■ I "town. $5 outfit free. No risk. M Everything new. Capital not ■ VI ■III required. We will furnish yon vJ ^1 everything. Many are making fortune*. Ladles make aa much as men, and boys and girls make great pay. Reader, if you want a business at which you can make great pay all the time, write tor Sartlcnlara to H. HALLETT k CO., Portland, '•in*. n!8tf MISCELLANEOUS. Latest Invention ! KADOVICH’S ROCK REDUCER AND— Horse-Sloe Concentrator —FOR— Crushing and Saving Cold and Sulphurets Without Loss. THE MONT IM'KARI.E, MONT RAPID. AID DECIDEDLY THE CHEAPEST KOCH KEDCCElt IN THE WOULD. The operation of the Machine will he un derstood by referring to the following : When hard rock is crushed.it is broken to the required size tas in the case of other Kock Breakers or Reducers), and fed in 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 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 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 he 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 decomposed quartz and 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 crushing 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 and Mill Owners in all parts of the country. PRICES: No. 1, Capable of crushing 15 tons per 24 hours, 8150 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 —IS— The Best. Host Niivinj;, ami Host Simply Constructed Concentra tor in the World—Its Capacity is Greater Thau That of auy Other Concentrator Requiring the Same Space. The only Concentrator that can be adjusted to save every grade of sulphurets and free gold, without any complicated machinery, and with no part liable to wear or break. This < oncentrator is constructed in the form of a horse-sboe, as its name indicate*, and its working is entirely on a new principle, differ ent from any other Concentrator now iu use. It has no crank*, cogwheels, joints or pinions. Its rapacity 1* greater than that of any other Concentrator requiring the same apace now in use The loss of metal la 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 concentrator*, and the fret that they can bo easily transported on light wagons, or even on the hack® of mules, over the roughest roads, places them within the reach of all mill and mine-owners. And. furthermore, they will pay handsomely in all kinds of ores, aa they can be used as a rocker for saving fine gold in gravel or black sand, as well as in the ores containing sulphurets. Tlie Prices of the IHfFerent Nixes (ire as Follows: No. 1, With a capacity of concentrat ing 9 ions of quartz iu 24 hours #150 00 No. 2, With a capacity of concentrat ing 15 tons in 24 hours. 225 00 No. 8. With a capacity of concentrat ing 25 tons iu 24 UouiS. 300 00 For particular* and further information, address 1„ it %IM> Vl« tf, Office: Mint Exchange, i Ban Francisco. 877 Mar hot 9t., cor 5 th | California. m!9 1 m FOR SALE, MATERIAL FOR A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER ....AND..,. 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. THE Weekly Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY! IS THE Best Newspaper FOR THE ....OF... EASTERN NEVADA! IT IS ALSO The lost Miable Journal TO SEND ABROAD To the Various Mining Camps oi the Pad tie Coast, anil to the People of the East.2 ■IT IS A Perfect Compendium OF NEWS. It contains Everything of Interest that Transpires in the Mining Fields of the Pacific Coast. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND SEND IT TO KOUR FRIENDSi Price, - - S5 a Year. Job Printing THE SENTINEL JOB OFFICE Is the Most Complete Es tablishment of the Kind in Eastern Nevada. All Work, from a Visiting Card to a Full-Sheet Pos ter, Turned Out Prompt ly, and in a Style Not Surpassed by the Largest Printing Offices on this Coast. orders fmiDJtmr CAMPS SOLICITED. My and weakly sentinel MISCELLANEOUS. GET THE BESTS LEAD ALL OTHERS! Every Style & Price, Guaranteed Uuequaled FOR OPERATION, ECONOMY. DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP. Improvements and Conveniences found iq no others. JUways Reliable, POPULAR EVERYWHERE. For Sale in Every City and in the United States* AND BY R. SADLER & CO., El'KEKA. SENADA. For Sale. JjMVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES Of fine land, well watered and covered by a United States Patent. Also, 300 tons of good hay and 100 tons common liay ; two mowlnp 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. Thehonseis 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. sel3dawtl Note to M Eaisers! TnE CELEBRATED JACK "Sampson" will serve a limited number of mares this t season at Mendes & Bros.’ranch _ft 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 bauds high; color, Jet black, and is a sure foal, getter, lie was highly appreciated where best known, he having received the first premium ot the Paria 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, 1382. lHtf Albion consolidated mining com. pany. Location of principal place of business, San Frauciace, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Director*, held ou the 2fith cWy of June, A. D. 1883, an »s.*u asnnmt (No. Ill of twenty.jive cents pur shave, was levied upon ihe capital stock of the corporation, payable imme diately, in United States gold coin, to tho Sec- j retary, at the office of the Company, Room 9, j No. 327 Pino street, flan Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the thirty.first day of July, A. D. 1882, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction ; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Monday, tho Twenty-first Day of Augiiat, A. I>. 1882, to nay the delinquent assessment, together with coats of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of tho Board of Directors. , D. B. CHISHOLM. Secretary. Office—Room 9, No. 327 Pino street. San Francisco. California. je30td Assessment Notice. Mouumonlul Tunnel and Mlnlmt Coin pany. Location of principal place of business, flan Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of tho Board of Directors, held on the 7th day of July, 1882, an assessment (No. 3) of Five Cents (5c) per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room 9, No. 327 Pine street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 11th d .y of August, 1881, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at Publio auction; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Tuesday, (he Thirty-first day of August. 1882. To pay the delinquent assessment, together with coat of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. ^ D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary. Office—Room 9. No. 827 Pine street, San Fran cisco, California. Jylltd For SaleorLease rpHE STONE FIRE-PROOF BTORE BUILD. X lag on Main street lately occupied by Pete Hansen. For particulars apply to „ W. P. BTEIOHELMAN. Eureka. March 35,1882. mr28 <f For Salejr Rent. A FIRST-CLASS PIANO CAN BE PUR *V chased cheaply, or rented, by making early application to MRS. DAN MORGAN, at the Morgan House, corner of Buel and Clark *tr<le««-__ jelltf NOTICE. Ajr E. DAVIDSON 18 AUTHORIZED TO r ' • collect all aroounta due me for sub. aorlptlona to the Daily Akstinkl In Eureka. ED. A. BK1LLMAN. Eureka, June 30,1883. }y\\t STRAY MULE. A DARK BROWN MFDE, NO BRAND shod on al] four ft et. Saddle marks on uatk. A large, riu»> animal. The owner may reclaim his property by calling on me at Tom Haley s slaughter-hoiiBe, paying damages and cost of this advertisement. _ . . MATT BAOHLE. Eureka, April 24. 1882. ,26tf .T WB, « * » T I * O, OK AU 1>E O acrlpttona. exeonked with naauieaa an Mtpstob al lb fbiHrarai, Offlc* _medical. DR. SPINNEY & CO. ' So. 11 lienrnj street, TIIdiLs?,LL chroni° ane bpeoiai. YOUNG MEN themeelve, of this, the greZtbS?!^£3“ it the feet of suffering humanity. Dr si,! '1 ney will guarantee to forfeit five hundred fli? lars for evety case of weakness or private?,? ease of any kind or character which he n!a takea and falls to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the age of thlrtv .. . W.h?v'lr?.trrubled wlth ,0° frelueut evacuat??! of the bladder, often accompanied byagui?? smarting or burning sensation, and . weak?! lng of the system In a manner the patient!?!' not account for. On examining the urtn* : deposits, ropy sediment will often be feu!/ “J sometimes small particles of albnmeniir! appear, or the color w,ll be of a thin mil kb, hue, again changing to a dark and torpid pearance. There are many men who dL? this difficulty, Ignorant of tho cause, which , the second stage of seminal weaknesa Dr a will gnarantee a perfect enro In all inch cm? and a healthy restoration of the genlto-urina,, Office Hours 10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Bund., from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. The. ougti examination and advice, $£!. Call or address DR. SPINNEY a*i 00 No. 11 Kearny St., San Franco THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I» a never.failiuR .f™ Nervous Debility,Exhausted ..‘tty, ..enilnal neaki.e , Sperm,. torrhu-A, I,os* potency, Paralysis and all the terrible effects of Self-AbuBe youthful follies and excesses in inaturer -— , years—such as Less 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 to Insanity and death. I>R. MINTIE will agree to forfeit Five Hundred l>ol lorw for a caso of this kind thr i the VITAE RESTORATIVE (undcT his special advice and treatment) will not care o" for anything impure or injurious found in’it I>R. MINTIE treats all Private Diseases sue cessfully without mercury. <'ou*ultafiou Free. Thorough examination and advice in. eluding analysis of urine, $5 00. Price of Vital Restorative, $3 00 a bottlo, or four times the quantity. $10 00; sent to any address upo* receipt of price, or C. O. D., secure from ob. servation, and in private name if desired A. E. MINTIE, M. JS>. 11 Kearny St. San Francisco, DR. MINI 1E*S KIDNEY REMEDY. NKPII KEF HTM, cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrlirea, Gleet Leucorrhma. For sale by all druggisU.il on a bottle, six bottles for $5 00. I>K. aMINTIE'S DANDELION PILLS are the beBt and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and ItII.IOCS euro in the market. Fori all druggists. mr3-lj Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD. This compound of the vegetable al ternatives,Sarsapa rilla, Rock, Stillin gin and Mandrake, with the Iodides of Potash and IroD, makes a most ef fectual cure of a series of coo plaints which are very prevalent and afflicting, It pur: nes the blood, purges out the lurking lmniora in the system, that undermine health ami Ret tie into troublesome disorders. Eruptions m the skin are the appearance at the surface cr humors that should be expelled from tlis blood Internal derangements are the deter mination of the same humors to Hume intern*, organs, whose action they dmange, and Wbo«s substance they disease and destroy. Anil* Sarsaparilla expola these humors from tils blood. When they are gone, the disorder# they produce disappear, such aa ulcerations of the Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, Lungs, Eruptions and Erupt! vo Diseases of the Skin. Ht. An thony’a Fire Rose or Erysipelas, Pimples, fui. tulea, Blotches. Boils, Tumors, Tetter au l Su’d Rheum, Scald Head. Ring Worm, Ulccra »!•■* Sore*. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paiu in tfc# Bones, Side and Head, Female Weakness, Btr* iiity, Leucorrh&s arising from internal ulcer* tion and uterine diseases. Dropsy, Dyapei’Si* Emaciation and General Debility. With tlieii departure health returns. PREPARED BY DR. J. 0. AYER & CO., Lowell, Massachusetts Practical ami Analytical Chemists. SOLD BY ALL DBT'GGISTH Ai-P DEALERS S IN MEDICINE. Jel8U NAVY SOAP Go’s TQtLET AND LAUNDRY ^ O J&. TP 2 Best in the World! TILY IT Economical Eraslvo, Honling. Will Wash in All Kinds of Water Office—No. 34 »nj SO Callfornl. .tieet, 8. T. Factory, Oakland, 11 _ J. B. LANGSTRGFF, Merchant Tailor! Two doors North of me Western OnJptf Telegraph Offloe, North Main Street, * Eureka Has just received and keeps ooS; stnntly on Laud a new and well aeleci stock of the latest patterns of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will make up In the latest styles, so1! at prices to emit the tlineH. tls tzJTAlteration and repairing will be proinp i attended to. n1 Eureka, September 20,1880. i21‘* $300 REWARD A REWARD OF THREE HUNDRED C01' lars will be paid for the arrest of JACK WEYBURN, Who ,hot W. J. Penrose, on Ruby Hill, 00 night of July 4, 1882. , ,„„u, Bsi.l Woyburn is about 6 feet 8 «»<*•• »*■ broad shoulders, stout build, dark mus«« and hair, and about 85 years of age. n(j This reward will be paid for his arre* delivery to me in any State of the Union. MATTHEW KYLE, Sheriff. Eureka, July 5, 1882. _ Jy DissolntionofCouartnersiiip. The copartnership existing between Sprague & mov the Tivuli Concert Hall, was <U»™lv*?rtie*. day by the mutual consent of the P gl “my 8pr.gu.wiH conttuueth.bu.lM heretofore. ?? B MOONKV a, Eureka, July 0, 1883. NOTICE TO JR A VELEBS. .1 the Jtuk.on Baum, or »t the F**-"1'1" to.) le.ro order, to b. o**l8“;„. ProI,rletor.. W. H. HWKENMF A 00., Hu. rropr -- C oroner’s Office WEST SIDE OF MONROE STREET. Fourth door north of the Old Stone “ Enrekn, March 18, 1883__ ——' TOM MUMTIWU OF ALL 8ISt J SPECIALTY it tbla o*o«.