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£uvcka Dniln Sentinel.
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 tbe Board and the day of sale: .V • • • Amount. Do/in ;uent. Salt Day. Martin White. 25 June 9. ... July 20 Gould .v Curry. 50 June 22.1 u iy 20 Bt • le Isle.. . .10 June 22 . . . . July 17 Scorpion . 10..June 25 ...July 21 Benton . 25 June 27.. July 20 Bullion. 25 .June 29... .July 25 M no . 20..July 3.July 27 Mexican 50 .July 7.July 1 1U ud Center . 20 June 20 ...July 28 Booker Con 05. July 3 . ..July 31 Go Ishaw ... 10.. July 8 .Aug. 3 California ... . 10..July 11....Aug. 16 An s .. . 25. .July 15.... Aug. 10 Eu . 1 25 July 14 . Aug. 15 Alb 25 July 2 6... .Aug. 21 Le«'N . 50 July 28 ....Aug. 28 \ - . ily 29... . Aug. 31 ' 1 •' ily 29 Ang 21 Or 15 . July 28 .Vug. 30 Ar.r*.nta 15 .July 30.Vug. 34 Savage 50 July 31 Aug. 22 Gr.uid Prize 20 July 31 ...Aug. 28 M i • . . Ang. 31 Tioga 10.. An 13 . Sept. 7 N. i le I-b 15 Aug. 11 . Sept. 5 i:<s. IVitliilm Beg* to inform his customers and the public generally that owing to his con stciitiy increasing trad.* lie has enlarged his at r. and will henceforth be able to do all work entrusted to him ar the shortest notice. As heretofore, all work warranted to give perfect sat isfaction or money refunded. * I'r»‘«h Ian.lie*. \at* mill I’ig*. Mrs. Brown, at her restaurant on South M . street, has just received a large as sortment of fresh candies, nuts, tigs, etc., direct from San Francisco. Drop in and try them. * The 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,” ....FOR_ Nervous Debility, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, 1MP0TEHCY, Physical Debility, f.oss of Manly ; Vigor, Premature Exhaustion, And the many evil and gloomy consequences of early indiscretion. This incomparable Gns.vr English Remedy has already achieved a wrld-widc reputation for its’ intrinsic merits it is infallible in restnr i?.g lost vigor, whether from imprudence, sick ness, or old age. Sufferers may fully rely on this. Specific sent by mail, securely sealed, j with full directions arid rules. I*ri<***. $1 per |>kge, «r <; (diges for g.Y. Sufficient to cure most cases. Address, VYH EM.HU A CO.. niOtt No. 149 East 27th street. New York City, j Look Out for Bargains B E BQ-’S! Having purchased at sheriffs Sale the entire 6tock of FANCY GROCERIES! Ol D. M. Steindler & Co., at greatly rcdu. ssd rates, I offer to the public at San Francisco coat price the above aiock. In order to make room for now goods arriving dally from the East and West. Gail Early and Secure Bargains _AT 3ERG’S I BERG’S ! Between the Courthouse and Turner House. Eureka, Dec. 27, 18H1. d2btf PATENTS Obtained for our new inventions, or for i m provements in old ones, Caveats, Infringe meats, Trade-marks, and all patent business promptly attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN RE JECTED may still, in most case*, be patented i.y us. Being opposite tha F. 9. Patent office, ami engaged in PATENT BFaHNEGS EXCLU RIVEI.Y, we can secure patents h-«« ttrue than those who are remote from Wa*hi;-£tGn. When inv.-ntLi-s send model or sketch, vt make search in the Patent Office, and advl»e to its patentability ruEfc ov OGUBai. Corres pondence confidential ; fee* reasonable ; and NO CHARGE UNLildS PATENT IS OB 'J We refer, by permission, to the City Post master, and to the Superintendent of the Post Office Money Order Division in Washington. For special references, circular, advice, terms etc., address C A. SNOW & Co., 23tf OppoaltePatent Office, Washington. D. CIGAR STORE! ....AT,... JACK PERRY’S CORNER, SAUK HAitiiia, trap, IMPORTED X DOMESTIC CIGARS urilaeflieireHt limixl*, anil tlio Ih al Tobnroos, CigarHIeN >tji«l Siuulf liu ArlicleN, Etc., Etc. Eureka, Oct. 1.1881. oltf QQ A WEEK. $12 a day at home easily 4) I Z made. Coatly outfit free Address Tuck k Co., Augusta Maine. jiiscellaneuis advertisements. R. SAOtER, KTortli Main Street, EUREKA, - NEVADA. ....HEATER IX.... 4 general Merchandise, GROCERIES, .AND. PROVISIONS ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWIRE AND TINWARE. -A- full line .OF THE. J LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER -iSk-GriesiDur1!:* SNSDHANSI G01PANIIS, 2'OREIGIV AND HOME. — .A vent for Use. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND . HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER lj t/'OitiKii. tiwhvcmi (ry «*»l gf&is'ia of af efctWjge, Mfcveh 1, IH39 ranritf - - — —i -- Hiram Johnson, WiK'isMfcld »u4 Retail i?eai*r io fi V t a* S, Cv * N 5> r AN Y 6R00 EBIE8 ... A*>i>.... frovisi one, Chicago Hams and break fast Bacon, Sugar cured, always on hand. AT THE 3R8CK STORE, NORTH MAIN STREET. Eurfka, July 18. 1881. jyl9tf Rnabe Pianos. “ For beauty of tone, touch, and action, I have never seen their equal.” CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. “'I’ll** ■iliHDO’* a <4 IlhNlilUtCly tlio bent Plano Made. 6. L. BANCROFT & CO. No. 721 Market street, 8. F. 8ole agt-ntB for the P^ific Coast. xuhlDtf BUSINESS NOWBEFORE the public. You can make money fast©*- at work for QM than at anything else Capital *tot needed. Y»e w.U atart yon; $12 a day made at home by the industrious. Mon, uomr ti, boys and arirl<* wanted everywhere to work for us. Now is the time. You can work lu upaj-e time only, or give your whom time to the busiaean. Toucan live at borne and do the work, Wo ether business will pay you u arly as well. No o^e can fall to make enor mous pay by engaging at opep. Costly outfit and terms free Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address TRUE a 00., Augusta, ■Maine. ulbtf VJOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 11 firm of Glbfried & Brleacher, heretofore engaged in the restaurant business in Eureka Nevada, is this day di-solved , and so far as the business of the firm in tireka Coun’y is con cerned. C. Glbfried is to collect all bills due tn the firm and also to pay ail debts owing by . said firm fur business done or debts contracted in Eureka County, Navada. C G1BFRXED, 8. BH18A0SI: K. Eureka. 2d. iHHQ, Tn« business will he cootltl^isd by C Gib frted at the old stand, aurt a oontlouau- e o/ the ! public patronage is solicited. je2I lm C. GIBFRIED. j ATKINSON & DEMING IMPORTING TAILORS) Ho. 10.1 Ntnte Ntr****t. )7*-tf ROCKFORD, ILL. j Assessment Notice. 171 UliFKA TUNNEL AND MINiNO COM J p*«y. n tif pvi;..-!;-ai place of buujneaji, Eu? reba. N.. . f.ii.'.il.iji o." v r ufcuo smug District, Eureka Oour.l.v, Neva. Notice is hereby * , uut at a meetlug of the Board of Directors, held on the 13th day . f-Jnne, 18*9, m iiRKensmeut (No. 1) of twenty ;v -■ -j i.-.ic,, upin Vo3 cap ital Mock of t! c »•. i, payable immedi ately. in l uit.,1 iliaf. u gold coin, to the beci-e- 1 tary, at the office <.f tiir- Company in Eureka, j Nevada, or to the traucfer Secretary, F. W. I Clute, southwest corner of M<>ntgom>ry and ! Dine stieets. in t'>e City of S«n Fe«poi2?r. ! Califorhm Any stock upon uhich this acsesamsut auall remain unpaid on Wtltinlay, Die FiHeeuih l»n> of j .Tuly, lfc*is% *’,ii bo ai.d aurc.iisr-d for cam a I nubile auction; i nnleaa p*> .uimi »a made before. Will be aoid on Tuesday, the fifteenth day of August, lg82. to_ pay the delinquent arHCnsruent, together with the coat of adver tiding and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. K. J BUTLER, Secretary. Office—Sestinkl Building, Eureka. Nevada 4el5td PIONEER CONSOLIDATED MINING COM pany. Location of principal place of business, flan Francisco, California. Location or woiks. Eureka Mining uiasrict, Eureka County. Stele 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. fNo. 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 rotary, 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 Weiluemliiy, the Nineteenth hay of July, 1882, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Monday, the seventh (lay or 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 •*. second floor, No n0<i). Oal}- ; forma it*eet, Ban Francisco, Calif rnia. juiatfl Assessment Notice. ZhdoII Nlnlni; (,'onipnuy, Location of principal place of business, | oavuga, Palisade township, Eureka county. I Ne vada. Location of works, Cayuga, Paiisadc to~n ship, N* vada. Notice in hereby given that at a meeting of tb* E >ar l of Trustees, held on the 22d day of •Tune, 1882, an assessment (No. 1) of 10 cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United Ht-tes g Id coin to the Secretary, at the office of the company, Cayuga, Palisade township, Nevada. Any stock upon which this asses*, ment shall remain unpaid on SATURDAY, the TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF JULY. 1882. will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public •ucti n. and unless payment is made before will be sold on Saturday, tb* 2(tth day of August lvaj, to pay the delinquent a*’e-auient, ' 50"ihe»- with cost of advertising and expense* at sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. SCOTT MoELDOWNEY. Secretary. GlRos—-Cayuga, Palisade township. Eureka county, Nevada je27td Jfk fa fa A WEEK IN YOUR OWN ■I® ■ ■ ■ ■ town. |fi outfit free. No risk. BA B| Everything new. Capital not .rail ■■required. We will furnish you kjjy IJ BJBeverything. Many are making Y^ fortunes. Ladies make as much as men, and boys and girls make great pay. Reader, if you want abusinesa at which you can make great pay all the time, write for particulars to H. HALLETT & CO., Portland, Mains. n!8tf MISCELLANEOUS. Democratic CONVENTION -OF THE State of Nevada. PFR9UANT TO TITE ORDER OF THE Democratic State Central Committee, a State Convention Will be held by the Democracy of tho State of Nevada, at EUREKA, NEV., -ON Wednesday,Sept. 6/82 For the Nomination of a Ticket for STATE OFFICERS -AND CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE To be voted for at the General Election on November 7, IHN2, md for tho appointment of a State Central Joinmittee and the transaction of such other msiness as may properly ooiue before the Con entiou. The Convention will be composed of 111 Del gufces, which nre apportioned among the sev rai counties of the State as follows : bounties. Delegates. Churchill. 2 Douglas. 4 Elko. 10 Esmeralda. 8 Eureka. 10 Humboldt. 7 Lincoln. 5 Lander. 7 Lyon. 4 Nye. 5 Ormsby. 6 Storey.29 Washoe. 9 White Pine. 5 Total.Ill The County Committees aro requested to ap point a day to elect Delegates and to cause Primary Elections to be held in their respect ive counties lor the election of such Delegates according to the above apportionment, pro vided no County Conventions are held in their ccunties before the (»th day of September. In ease such County Conventions ure held, such County Conventions m*y elect such Delegates. THE TEST required of voters at the Pri maries is that lie is. or will be, a qualified voter at the General Elec tion on November 7, 1882, and that lie will vote, for the nominees of the Convention to be held under this call. County Committees arc' requested to promptly forward to the Secretary of this Com mittee dviolicate Credentials of Delegates elected to the State Convention. W. E. F. DEAL, Chairman, .T. A. M All ANN Y, Secretary. tti^P. 0. Box 316, Virginia. Nev. jyl4td h LARGE CONSIGNMENT — or_ ROYAL ST. JOHN’S SEWING MACHINES JtST xtECEIVED AT WM. JOANNES’. WE HA\fe ALSO A LARGE STOCK OP Standard Machines, ....seen as.... SINCER, DOMESTIC, NEW HOME, WHITt, ETC. That Will be Bold on EASY TERMS. A fine Mock c£ BOOTS AND SHOES, ivlu. ;)E sOLU GaHAl* FOB (US?! iur20tr W4*» jliA2»XF.S. FOR SALE. IttATERZAL FOB A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER ....AND.... JOB OFFICe. NO 4. WASHINGTON HAND-PRESS. (tfOOD AS KEF), BREVIER, OR MINION, AND NON PAREIL TYPE. CABINET, NEWSSTANDS, CASES IMPOSING STONE, CHASES, ETC. & B A E Gfll m . FOR FURTHER INFORMATION IN QUIRE AT THE EUREKA SENTINEL OFFICE. POLITICAL. DEMOCRATIC Primary Election TO BE HELD ON Satnrflay, Aipst 28,1882, For the Election of Delegates to the STATE CONVENTION, TO BE HELD AT Eureka, Veflnesflay, Sept. 6,1882 At a meeting of the democratic County Central Committee of Eureka County, Nevada, held ou Saturday, July 15, 1882, ».t the office of Kaker k: Wines, provision for the Primary Elections for Delegates to the state and County Conventions \v#s made as follows: For Delegates for the State Convention the county was divided up iu Districts as follows: FIRST DISTRICT. Palisade. Safford, Beowawe. Cortez, Pine Valley, Mineral Hill, Alpha. Pine Station, Rob erts Creek, White's Ranch and Diamond City. One Delegate. JUDGES. Palisade—E. M. Baum and Thomas Jewell. Safford—Jonathan Walker and John Crawford Beowawe—A. O. Benson and-. Cortez—Mike Fitzgerald and-. Pine Valley—L. 1* Raines and-. Mineral Hill—Andrew Murdock and - Griswold. Pine Station—P. N. Hansen and Wm. Awl wood. Roberts Creek—J. G. Foard and Wm. Fagan. White’s Rauch—James White and-Scott Diamond City-. Polling Places—To be selected by the Judges. SECOND DISTRICT. Eureka Precinct No. 1. Three Delegates. JUDGES. M. G. Cavanaugh and R. J. Peak. Polling Place—Blazer's Building. THIRD DISTRICT. Eureka Precinct No. 2. Four Delegates. JUDGES. E. McSorley and E. J. Butler. Polling Place—District Attorney’s Office. FOURTH DISTRICT. Ruby Hill (North), Albion Mine, Spring Val ley, Devil's (jute and Allison’s Bunch. One Delegate JUDGES. North Ruby Hill—M. McNamara and James A. Parker. Albion Mine—Same as above. Devil’s Gate— -. Allison's Ranch—J. jllisop. Spring Valley—J. M. Duktr. Polling Places— North Ruby Hiil—Mark’s House. Albion Mine—Sam* us above. Devil’s Gate—Louck’B House. Allison’s Ranch—Allison’s House. Spring Valley—Duker’s Bauch. FIFTH DISTRICT. Ruby Ilil! (South). Prospect Mountain, Se cret Canyon and Pinto. One Delegate. JUDGES. South Ruby Hi 11--George Taasell and D. J. J. McLaughlin. Prospect Mountain- Maurice Hartnett and Adam Hall. Secret Canyon—Miko Dougherty tud John M. Foley. Piuto—Nathan 8uiith and Thos. Fitzpatrick. Polling Places — South Ruby Hill -Miners’ Union Hall. Prospect Mountain-. Secret Canyon—Dougherty's House, Pinto-bmith'a Hotel. County Convention. For the Comny Convention the Delegates are apportioned aj follows. E;t*eka, First Ward .10 Eureka, Seeoud Ward.22 liuby mil (South). 10 Kuby Hill (North). 5 Albion Mine. 2 Pinto .. 1 Secret Canyon. 4 Prospect Mountain. 8 Ro erts Creek. 2 Beowawe. 1 Palisade. 2 Pine Station and Alpha. l Sulphur. Scott's and White’s Ranch.. 1 Allison’s Ranch. I Pine Valley. 1 Adams Hill. 2 Spring Valley. 1 Mineral Hill . 2 Dy.nderbgrg Mine. 1 Devil’s Gate,. 1 Salford. 1 Diamond City. 1 Total Delegates.81 Polling places and Judges of Election the same as above stated. ItESOMiTIOXB. The following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That said Primaries be held at such hour, on said day. an the voters of the said FreeIntx may elect except In the Precincts of Ruby Hill and Eureka First and Second Wards, iu which Precincts the polls shall he opened at Ip.m, and remain open until 7 p m. Resolved. That any of the above-named Judges are authorized and requested to nil any and all vacancies existing at the time of hold ing such Primaries. Resolved, That the Judges of each Election Product forward to Thomas Haley, Secretary of t)ie County Central Committee at Eureka, Nevada, the returns of the election so held; of the number of votes cast for each person voted for, anil that the Secretary and Chairman of Sold Committee shall canvass the returns so I made and Issue the proper credentials to each Delegate elected. lu-soivea, mai tup names oi tue relegates in each Precinct to be elected to the State Con vention be priuted upon the same ticket as the Debgnteu to the County Convention, and that no vote l'or Delegates to the State Convention bo received or counted by the Judges, except tpoae appearing on the same ticket as the Del. egatea to the County Convention, and that each Precinct vote only for the number of Delegates to the state Convention as luvein ariportioncd for such District. Resolved, That the test, for the votsr* at the Primaries, shall be— “Are you a Democrat, and vlli you support the nominees of the State and County Conven tlous?" GEORGE w. BAKER, Chairman. nllOMAS HALEY, Secretary. jyl8td M. GAL1SHER Tnf. ONLY SOLE AUTHORIZED AGENT in Eureka for the Saw Frenclaeu Cltronlolo, fVrrlterlHl Fnierpriao, *«*K 1.%L« TslLun^, AuiUiiottier Huy Paper*, Ail 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 8ets and other outdoor games. STATIONS HY Blank and School Books. Note and Letter Pa per. Fancy Papeteries, Tovs, Cutlery, Fancy Goods of all kinds, Sheet Music and Munical In _ L „ struments. Eureka, May 20,1882. ntf MISCELLANEOUS. GET THE BESTS LEAD AIL OTHERS! Fvery Style & Price. Guarani cotl Uncqualed FOR OPERAT8QN, ECONOMY, DURABILITY and WORKBfiAMSHIP. Improvements and Conveniences found iq no others. Afeays ReliabEe. POPULAR EVERYWHERE. Fop Sale in Every City and To^A in the United States* AND BY R. SADLER & CO., Ki llKKA, KEXADA. For Sale. YjMVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES 01 fine land, well watered and covered by a ! United States Patent. Also, 300 tons of good j hay and 100 tons common hay ; two mowing machines and two hay presses ; one hay rake, three wagons, one buggy, 10 flue 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, inelud all kinds of implements usually used on a complete ranch. For particulars apply to JOSEPH MENDES, Eureka, Nov. BelSdawti commences from this date and expires on the 15th of August. All mareB confided to our care will receive the best attention. Any amount of good pasturage ami stabling. Terms for pasturing. |2 50 per month. 9^SAMPSON was imported from Taris, Mo . laat year, at great expeuse. He stands 15 hand* high; color. Jet black, and is a sure foal getter. lie wag highly appreciated where beet 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 Ibis Spring. JOSEPH MENDFfl. Eureka, May 17,1882. lStf Albion consolidated mining com. pauy. Location of principal placo of business, San Franoiho, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka County. Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at s meeting of the Board of Directors, held on ii,». 20th day of June, A. D. 1882, an assessment tNo. 11) of twenty.A*, e cents per share, was lev.ed upon the capital stock of tin* oorporation, pavabie imme diately, in United States gold coin, to the See ret ary, 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 thirty.first day of July, A. 1). 1882, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction ; and imlcgg payment is mr.de before, will be sold on Mouday, tin* Twenty-first Day <>l AiiiiUHt, A. D, lftstt, to pay the delinquent a-eoeament. together with coats of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Boaju of Direr t-rs. ^ D. R. GHI8HOLM, Becrotarv. Office—Room Q. No. 327 Pino street. Ban Francisco. California. je30td Assessment Notice. Mouuiurutnl Tunnel nml Minins CompRiiy. Locution of principal place of business. San Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 7th day of July, 1882. an assessment (No. 3) of Five Cents (So) per share was levied upon the capital stock of tbe corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin to the Secrttary, at the office of the Company. Room 9, No. 327 Pine str et. San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 11th d <y of August, 1881, will be delinquent, nml advertised lor sale ut public auction; and unless payment is made lief ore, will be sold on Tuesday. the Thirty first day of AngllNt, 1SH», To pay the delinquent assessment, together | with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. D. B CHISHOLM, Secretary. Office—Room 9, No. 327 Pine street, San Fran cisco, Csliforuia. jylltd For SaleorLease rpUB STONE FIRE-PROOF STORE BTJJ&O 1 ing on Main street lately occupied by peto Hansen. For particulars apply to W. P. STEICHELMaN, Eureka, March 25,1882. mrjd tf NOTICE. DfltlNG MY ABSKNOE IN CAI.IFOIlNIA A. L. Fitzgerald, F'aq., will attend to uiy business. JOHN F. GARRETT. Eureka, June 1071882. jelltf KTOTICE. r. DAVIDSON IS AUTHORIZED TO »» • collect all accounts due me for sub scriptions to the Daily Wrwtimkl in Eureka. ED. A. 8K1LLMAN. Eurfcka. June 80. 1S82. ij-ltf STRAY MULL A DARK BROWN MULE, NO BRAND, ■a V. shovl on all four feet. Saddle marks un back. A large, fine animal. The owner may reclaim his property by calling on me at Tom Haley’s slaughter-house, paying damages and coat of thla advertisement. MATT BAOULK. Eureka, April 24, 1882. a‘25tf TOB PRIKTIRMbOF ALL BE sciiptlona, executed with neetnesf an Aeavfttob «| ih 8anim Office MEDICAL. DR. SFiNNEY & CO. Ko. U Kearny si 0HKONI° AND BPE0IA1 YOUNG MEM them Reives of this, the greatest hmm 11 “T'11 at the feet of suffering humanity. dI si?'11 ney will guarantee to forfeit five hundred S'1) lars for every case of weakness or Sfvital? ease of any kind or character which he ”?1* takes and falls to cure. ne MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the ago of thirty tc. who are troubled with too frequent oi.l!,8!?1! of the bladder, often accompanied by aln’,11 smarting or burning eeneation and »•£. l*ht lug of the system t * a mannerthe pa?C“ not account for. On examining the urie.” depoelte a ropy eedlmcnt will often be ?" '7 and sometimes email particles of albumen Si appear, or the color will be of a thinTuw ? bne, again changing to a dark and torpll “ poaranco. There are many men w<,„ L, ■> thle difficulty, Ignorant of the canoe whoS the second stage of eemlnal weakness b,J will guarantee a perfect cure In all such cal and » healthy restoration of the genlto-urh,. organs. R urij41'. Office Honrs--10 to 4 and 6 to R > from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free8 ft ough examination and advice, $8. 01 Call or address DR. SPINNEY k CO No. 11 Eearny St., Ran Fra. Ji8Co§ THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a never.fallio. Cure f„r Nervous Dehili,y,Lxlnustt,j seminal up.knc , Sperm, torrhutd, !,(!«? >MNSlOOlV,U potency, Paralysis and all the terrible effect* of Self. Abus* youthful foiling aad cxcessu-s in inatiirer _ _years—such as Low of Memory. Lassitude, Nocturnal Emissions Aversion to Society, Dimness of Vision v0i«w! in the Head; the vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and many other diueaaes that to insanity and death. 1 lead I»K. MIX TIE will agree to forfeit rive llllinl veil KolIr.ru for a eaaeof this klndth.t the VITAL RESTORATIVE (under hi. special advice and treatment) will not cure o' for anything impure or injurious found in’it I»R. MIXTIE treats all Private Disease,sue cessfully without mercury. OoiiKultau,,,, Free. Thorough examination and advice In eluding analysis of urine, J5 Oil. Priceof Vital Itestornl ive, }3 00 a bottle, or four thin* the quantity, 110 00; sect to any address upon receipt of price, or 0. O. D„ secure from ob. servation, and in private nanin If desired A. E. MIXTIE, M. IS. ’ 11 Kearny St. San Francisco, HR. Ml XT IE'S KIKXEY REMEDY X i'.i1 il itEi’KT M. cures all binds of Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrheas, Gleet Leneorrhcea. 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Thus, brushy, weak or sickly hair becomes glcwy pliable and strengthened; lost hair rog*cv$ with lively expression; inllliig hair ia cheek*; and established; thin hair thickens; and ini'1', or gray hair resume their original comr dj operation is sure and harmless. It cures fla^r ruff, heals all humors, and keeps th? »a.' cool, clean and soft—muter which diseases of the scalp are impossible Aw si liressing tor I<iuI|d^ tSttir the Vioon is praised for Its gratfirui amt ab’.H perfume, and valued for scnhlni1* aud pJehcess of tone it impart*. prepared nr DR. J. 0. AYER & CO., Lowell. Maasachnietb Practical and Analytical Chemists SOLD BY ALL DRDOGISTS AND DEAMJS IN MEDICINE. J«Ba NAVY SOAP Co.’s TOIUT AND LAUNDRY £3? £3 J&- ~£2> * Best In the World? •PHY Economical Erosive, Healing' Will Wash in All Kinds af Water Office—Nob 84 enfl 30. California Factory, Oakland, J. B. LUNGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor! Two doors North of the Western t'nlnn Tolograph Office, North Main Street, - Euroka Has just received and KEm S utantly on hand a new and well stock of tho latest pattern* of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he w'-ll make up In the latest sty I*8. at |»rl<><>n «o wait tiio DrompW •JETAlteration and repairing will he attended to. -oi.tf Eureka, September 20,1880.__ $300 REWARI A REWARD OF THREE HDNDR® C°'' lars will bo paid for tlio arrest u, JACK WEYBUBN* Who shot W. J. Penrose, ou Bilb.V H*11' night of July A, 1F82. . (nobe*14}1. Bald Woyburu Is about ft re.dfclI‘g,4cb* broad shoulders, stout build. (*“r* and hair, f.iul about 35 years of age- e4ia£J Th|b Mpsvn^d will be paid fOtW* delivery to uio in any 8t«tooi th<> 1 gberiff. MATTHEW K\Lt. B*\j6t[ Eureka, July 5.1082. ^ j rpHE COPARTNERSHIP I. existing between ® e#i i r a oh' the Tivoli Concert Hall. tj10 parti** day by the mutual oonaen* busing billy Sprague will coutinu®TY upbAO^' heretofore. t r MOON^ , J. B. uj* Eureka, July fl, 1882. ^ -— NOTICE TO jRAVEURj C oroner’s Of&ce* WEST SIDE OF MUNROE STREET _ . _ - itnaP'