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Assessment l.isi. The following s a complete list of out •tamling ass aments upon stocks Hated at the S»n Francisco Stock and Exchange Board, with the dates upon which they will become delinquent in the Board and the day of sale: A Justice.20 .Nov. 18.Jan. 0 Real Bei Monte 10 .Dec. IS .Jan. 3 Oro . 15 Dec. 12 .Jan. 9 Betty O N< al 75 Dec. IS. Jan. 10 Grand Prize.. 25 .Dec. 10.Jan. 10 Best & Belcher 50 .Dec. 19 . ..Jan.lt Dav. 3, > Dec. 11 ... Jan. 15 Cmuuraia ... 2-'.. Dec. 22.Jan. 26 p r 25..Dec. 23. . Jan. 1 > North I hi!- i-ie. 2'*. .Dec. 30. . . . Jan. 23 Red Cl ud Con .2 00. .Jan. 2.Feb. 5 Nort.i \ aday l 00. .Jan. 2. Feb. o Noonday _ 1 00 Jan. 2. F«b. 7 Utah . ..100..Jan.7 Feb. 5 Sierra Nevada 100 Jan. S .Jan. 30 O ir..1 00 Jan. 27 .. Feb. 20 Alta 25. Feb. 3 -Feb. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. T;. circulation of this popular newspaper if. n* tartly increasing. It contains all the tea ws •: the Dailf Hmid and is ar ranged in bandy departments. Tt e Foreign New* Euihra t-i* special dispatches fr m all quarters oi the globe. Under the hea l of American News Art- civia the Teh graph Dispatches of the w • fretn all parts of the Union. This fea ture alone makes The Weekly 31 era Id The most valuable chronicle in the world, as it is the cheapest. Every week is given a faithful report of Political News Embracing complete and comprehensive dis patches from Washington, including full re p.jris uf the speeches oi' eminent politicians on the quest duns of the hour. The Farm Department Oi the Weekly Herald gives the latest as well as the most pru- ti al suggestions and dis coveries relating to the duties of the farmer, hint' for raising Cattle. Poultry, Grains, Trees. Vegetables, etc., with suggestions ,‘or keeping b ildings ar.d farming utensils in repair. Tiiis is supplemented by a well-edited depart ment. widely copied, under the head of The Home. Giving recipes for practical disho3, hints for makiug clothing and f r keeping up with the latest fashions at the lowest price Every item of cookin_' or economy su-gested in tins department is pract; ‘ally tested by experts be fore publ: -atiou. Letters from our Paris and London correspondents on the very latest fashions. The Home Department of the Weekly Herald will si ve the housewife more than one hundred times the r rice of the paper. The interests of Skilled Labor Are looked after, and everything relating to mechanics and labor saving is carefully re cord! I to all the latest phasi s ■ f the basin! ss markets, Crops, Merchandise, etc. A valnabla feature i-t found In the ape dally reported pr!:es and cpnditions of the Prortuee Market. Sporting News at home an ’ abroad, together with a St ry every we-k. :i 'trnun by sc mo eminent divine. Literary. Musical. Dramatic. Personal and S*-a Notes. There is no piper in the world which contains s > much news mat ter every week as the Weekly Herald, which is sent, postage free, tur One Dollar. You can subscribe at any time. Now Yorl Herald in a f colly Fori. ONE DOLLAR A YEaR. Address, HEW YORK HERALD, Broadway and Ann Street, N. Y. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and for the County cf Eureka. State of Nevada. The state of Nevada St-nda greeting to John Bell. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against you as defendant by Zinoli Mining Company as plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eureka, Stat6 of Ne vada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the dbmplaint therein, which is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten day* after tbe service on you of this summons (exclusive of the day ci service,', if served in said county, or t •- mty daya if served out of said . .untybut within this Distrir t, and In all other cases forty days; or judgment by default will be tasen against you. according to the prayer cf said complaint. The aaid action is brought to recover judg ment &.!a:n«t yon. the said defendant, for the sum cf Eight Hundred Dollars for your pro portion of tn* money actually expended and indebtedness assumed by the plaintiff in the actual and necessary working and development of the Zanoli mine, n Saffor.l Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada; that plaintiff has a lien against your interest In said mine from tho time of such payment and assumption, and for such other and further relief a* to the Court may seem meet, and for coats of suit; that the amount of money actually expended and Indebtedness assumed by the plaintiff, said Zanoli Mining Company, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the S;a e of Nevada, is the sum of Four Thousand, Eight Hundred Dollars -n the actual and nec es-ary working and development of said Zanoli mine; and the amount due from you a owner of an undivided one-sixth as tenant in com mon with sai 1 Zanoli Mining Company for your proportion of such money expended and indebtedness assumed is the sum cf Eight Hundred Dollars. Ail of which more fully appears from ihe complaint of the plaintiff on file in this action. And yoti are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said com' laint, as above required, the said plaintiff will ai-ply to 1 the Court for the relief demanded therein and j cost* of suit. In testimony whereof. I.Ofcaa. J. fi. Butt- | lar, have hereunto set my hand and lataLJ affixed the seal of said Court ihla 27th day of November, A D. 1*82. C. J. R 3UTTLAR, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District, j Eureka County, Nevada. by E. D. VxNDEBLiETn, Deputy Clerk. C. J. Lansing, < n30-3m Attorney for Plaintiff. i Vick’s Floral Guide F'OR 1883 IS AN* ELEGANT BOOK OF 150 pages, 3 Colored Plates of Flowers and Vegetables, and more than 1.000 Illustrations of the choicest Flowers, Plants and Vegetables, and directions for growing. It is handsome enough for the center table or a holiday pres ent. Send on your name and Poatofflce ad dr -as, with 10 cents, and I will send you a ropy, postage paid This is not a quarter of its cost. It is printed in both English and German. If you afterwards order seeds de duct the 10 cent*. Vick** *<>«*il* are lla»* Heat hi (lit- World ! The Floral Ouidk will tell you how to get and grow them. Vic k’s Flower and Vegetable Garden. 175 page . 8 Colored Piates, 500 Engravings For 50 cents in paper covers; fl in elegant clc h. In German or English. Vick’s Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 32 pages, a Colored Plate in every number and many ftne Engravings. Price *1 25 a year; Five Copies for $5. Specimen Numbers sent for 10 cents; 3 trial copies for 25 cenvs. JAMES VICK. Rochester, N. V. For Sale. ^IVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OF fine land, well watered and covered by a United States Patent. Also, 800 tons of good hay and 100 tona common hay ; two mowing machines and two hay presses ; one hey rake, three wagons, one buggy. 10 hoe milk cow»». brood mar«t( 25 young fcoraea, one iispurttui ask from Paris, Missouri, one Harmaa atei iioii. The house is 25*50 taut de&p, ana wall furnished. Also, stables and corrals, includ* all kinds of implements usually ulM on s complete ranch. For particulara apply to JOSEPH MENDEH, Eureka. Nev. aekidawtf /2< EOLOGICAL AND MINERAL 8PEGT " J mens, and curiosities bought and sold. NATHAN JOSEPH, 841 Clay street, San Fran dsco. seRGy.lAw TriSJTIXU i'AHni-LATEST STYLES ? ln«*t received at the Sentinel oflb e f ikfll PRINTING 07 ALL SINDH A * i PKOIALTT it this oftNi — MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. ft.SAOtEft. Nortli Main Street, EUREKA, ----- NEVADA. E A T. K 11 t y.... Genera! Merchandise, GROCERIES, .AND. PROVISIONS ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AMD SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. -A. FULL LINE .OF THE. LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .^...Aiaio, Agent for the. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER ! «^6»ods dellrered to all start* of town, free of eharge, Eureka, March 1, 1882. mantf & McNICOL WHOLESALE DEALERS I PI. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS Carry the Largest and Best Stock of Goods, and is the Cheapest House in Nevada. Cal! and Examine the Stock. Eureka, May 24,1883. 25tf ROSENBAUM'S Cehbrat ed La Tmiata Cigars. Unexcelled by any Manufactured! FOR SALE BY Singleton & 1VI e JNTicol, SOLE AGENTS, Wholesale Liquor and Cigar Dealers, South IVIain Street, SSureka. SIMMONDS’ Kentucky Nabob BOURBONWEISKY OP ALL THE FAMOUS productions of the “Blue Grans District" this whisky is unexcelled in purity mid flavor. For family and medicinal purposes, “ NABOB " is no torious. It is made from pure barley and wheat spirits, and its various component parts blended with scientific ac curacy. DRINK NABOB! It la pure, dellcloue and healthful. W. H. STOWELL, DltKKiivr, Bole Agent for Eureka. if. 3. Taowssbes & co». Bole Agents for Tybo, nil 4m NO PNEUMONIA, IF USED. 1i BETTER’S COUGH TONIC WILL CURE • the severest Coughs and Colds. His Piles Salve is a sure cure. He has the safest and best remedy in use for Venereal Diseases, all of which is made of pure vegetation, and is guaranteed. Sold one door north of the Telegraph Office, Main street, Eureka. d20eow | DelinquentSaTe Notice. .Huuiiuientnl Tunnel ami Mining t'oinpAuy. Location of principal place of business, Ban Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, Nevada. Notice.- There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stosk, on account of assess, ment ,No. 4/, levied on the fifteenth dav of N-vember, 1382, the several amounts set oppo site the names of the respective shareholders, as follows : No. No. Names. Certf. Bhrs. Ain’t Chisholm l) B. trustee. 22 6000 $250 00 Ohishoim D B, trustee.112 500 25 00 Chisholm D B. trustee.113 500- 25 00 Chisholm D B, trustee.114 500 25 00 Chisholm D B, trustee.127 100 5 00 Chisholm D B. trustee.124 180 5 00 Chisholm D B. trustee.158 50 2 50 Chisholm D B, trustee.164 50 2 60 Ohishoim D l>, trustee.192 200 10 00 Chisholm D B, trustee.193 200 10 00 Chisholm D B. trustee.2i6 100 5 00 Ohishoim D B, trustee.217 100 6 00 Chisholm D B. trustee.219 100 5 00 Stewart Wm al... 6 600 25 60 And in accordance with law, *ud an order °* Board of Directors, made cn the 15th day of November, IB83, to many shares of each par cal of such stock as may bn necessary will be •°W a* public auction, at the offloe ol Parker gCsflttendon, auctioneer, Boom 14, No. 302 Mont goraery street, ftan Franclaoo, California, on Monday, (he Klulitti (Stfa) day or January, 18183, At the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary. Office—Room 9, No. 327 Pine street. Han Francisco, California. d23td _MISCELLANEOUS. __ THE Weekly Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY! IS THE Best Newspaper FOB THE D*, total 5 Mode EASTERN NEVADA! IT IS ALSO Tie Most ValnaWe Mil TO SEND ABROAD To the Various Mining Camps of the 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 Minins' Fields of the Pacific Coast. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS. 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. CHIPS SOLICITED. Daily and My Sentinel. MISCELLANEOUS. The Sun. NEW YORK, 1883. More people have read Thh Sun during the year just now passing than ever before since U was first printed. No other newspaper pub llahe i on this aide of the earth has been bought and read in any year by so many men and women. We are credibly informed that people buy, read and like The Sun for the following rea sons, among others: Because its lews columns present in attract- i ive form and with the greatest possible accu racy wha ever has interest for humankind; the events, the deeds and misdeeds, the wis dom, the philosophy, the notable folly, the solid sense, the improving nonsense -all the news of the busiest world at present revolving in space. Because the people have learned that in its remarks concerning persons and affairs The Sun makes a practice of telling the exact truth to the best of its ability three hundred and sixty-five days in the year, before the election as well as after, about th# whales as well as about the small fish, In the face of dissent as p'ainly and fearlessly as when supported by general approval. The Sun has absolutely no purposes to serve, save the information of its readers and the furtherance of the common good. Because it is everybody’s newspaper. No man is so humble that The Sun is indifferent to his welfare and his rights. No man is so rich that it can allow injustice to bs done him. No man, no association of men, is powerful enough to be exempt from the strict applica tion of its principles of right and wrong. Because m politics it has fought for a dozen years, without intermission and sometimes almost alone among newspapers, the fight that has resulted in the recent overwhelming pop ular verdict against Robesonism and for hon est government. No matter wliat party is in power. The Sun stands and will continue to staud IDe a rock for the interests of the peo ple against the ambition of bosses, the en croachments of monopolists, and the dishonest schemes of public robbers. All this is what we are told almost, daily by onr friends. One man holds that The Sun is the best religious newspaper ever published, because its Christianity is undiluted with cant. Another holds th t it is the best Repub lican newspaper printed, because it has al ready whipped half the rascals out of that party, and is proceeding against the other half with UHdiminished vigor. A third believes it to be the best magazine of general literature in existence, because its readers miss nothing worthy of notice that is current in the world of thought. So every friend of The Sun dis covers one of its many sides that appeals with particular force to his individual liking. If you already know The sun, you will ob serve that in 1883 it is n little better than ever before. If you do not already know Thf. Sun, you will find it to be a mirror of all human activity, a storehouse of the choicest products of common sense and imagination, a mainstay for the cause of honest government, a sentinel for genuine Jeffersonian Democracy, a scourge for wickedness of every species, and an un commonly good investment for the coming year. Terms to Mail Subscribers. The several editions of The Sun are sont by mail, postpaid, as follows: DAILY—55 cents a month, 86 50 a year; with Sunday edition, 87 70. SUNDAY—Eight pages, 81 20 a year. WEEKLY—81 a year. Eight pages of the best matter of the daily issues; au Agricultural Department of unequalcd merit, market re ports, and literary, scientific and domestic intelligence make The Weekly Sun the newspaper for the farmer’s household. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra copy free. Address I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher. The Sun, N. Y. City. FOR SALE, MATERIAL FOB A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER • _AND.... JOB OFFICe. 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. Notice to Lienholders. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District of the State of Nevada in and for Eureka County. John Mclver, plaintiff, vs. The Shoo Fly Mining and Smelting Company, Benjamin 0. Levy, Thomas J. Taylor and the Shoo Fly No. I Mine, defendants. Notice ib hereby given that John Mclver, the plaintiff above named, has this day commenced j an action in the above entitled Court against the defendants above named to enforce and foreclose s^ven certain lien* against the Shoo riy Mining and Buieltlng Company, Benjamin O Levy, Thomas J. Taylor and the Shoo Fly No. 2 mine, said liens amounting, with the cost of filing and recording the same, to #802 with interest on $827 thereof from the ISth day of June, 1882, and Interest on #.‘i5 thereof from the 19th day of July, 1882, until paid, and for coats of suit; and also against all Improve ments on, and appurtenances belonging to said mine; said mine being aituate in the Eu reka Mining District, in aaid county and State. Said liens are claimed under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Ne vada. entitled “An Act to Secure Liens to Me chanics and Others," approved March 2,18T6, and all persons holding or claiming liens’ ag-inst or upon said mine under the provisions of said Act. or any of them, are hereby notified to be and appear bffore said Court, at the Courthouse thereof in the town of Eureka in said county on MONDAY, the TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, the same being a day of a regular term of said Cou t, then and there to exhibit the proof of any liens by them held or claimed as provided in said Act; and all liens not then ao exhibited and proved will be deemed waived in favor of tboaa liens so exhibited and proved as in said Act provided. * ’ „ JOHN MoIVER, * . By BAY. E. Daily, Dia Attorney. Eureka, Nev.. Deo. 20. 1682. d‘/Mw Annual Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the Albion Con. Mining Company will be «a* tlie ofnce the Company, Rooms 9 and 10, No. 327 Pine street, San Francisco. Califor nia, on WEDNESDAY, the TENTH DAY OF JANUARY, 18X3, at the hour of 1 o’clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a Board of Direct ors to serve during the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. Transfer Books will close on Saturday. Jan. 6,1883, at the hour of 12 o’clock u * dl9td D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary. THE EDREKA DAILY SENTINEL NEWSPAPER —AND— JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Corner of Monroe and Bateman Sta THE EDBEKA DAILY SENTINEL IS A FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, And is thoroughly identified with the best in* teresta of the country, and all classes of the people, from the MINER, or the MECHANIC, to the MERCHANT or BANKER. It gives the LATEST NEWS, both telegraphic and otherwise, from all sec tions of the world. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH, —UPON THE— Most Reasonable Terms AND AT THE * LOWEST CASH RATE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, RECEIPT BOOKS, BIEL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS, ELECTION TICKET Printing, in Colors. Printing), Plain or Fancy, Printin'.; in A 1 Style ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK MINING STOCK OEBTIFIOATES, ELECTION OB THEATBIOA FOSTERS! FLYERS, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BALL TICKETS DODGERS, WEDDING CARDS, BUSINESS OARDS, LABELS TAGS, ETC THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL (ESTABLISHED IN 1871), It pnblithed every morning except Mondtj end Ite circulation la th most general and extensive among mining and business people, families, etc., throughout Eastern Nevada, and alto In all the Pacific Ooaat States and Territories, which ren dare It the best and MOST EFFICIENT MEDIUM -FOB MINING, BUSINESS AND ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. BUSINESS MEN, PBOFE88I0NAL MEN, PBAOTIOAL MEN Are respectfully tnvlted to s careful Inspection and criticism of our ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Everybody Reads It! No One Is Fully Posted, or. Up to the Times, WHO DOES NOT READ THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL, the eureka DAILY SENTINEL M DELIVERED BT CARRIER* Throughout Baraka ui Ruby Bill, tad furnl.h.d by agast. la all loealltlaa la Iait.ru Mnada. It laaantby mall to all part, af tht oountry and tha world. A. BKILI MAN. GEO. W. CASBIDT CASSIDY & SKILLMAN Proprietor,. MEDICAL. DR. SPINNEY & COT No. 11 Kearny Street, rpBLAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL J Diseases. YOUNG MEN Who may be suffering from the effects of youth ful follies or indiscretions will do well to aval] themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the feet of suffering hnmanlty. Dr. 8pin. ney will guarantee to forfeit five hundred dol lsrs for every case of weakness or private dig. ease of any kind or character which he under, takes and falls to core. "Middle-aged men. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evaouatioa of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or huming 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 somettiar‘6 small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin xnilMsh 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 stage of 8eininal weakness. Dt. 9; will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cc3og and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs. Office Honrs—10 to 4 and 6 to 8. 8nnday from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor ongh examination and advice.fB. Call or address DR. SPINNEY ft 00., No. 11 Kearny St., Ban Fra-itsco. 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Bented; Containing 80,000 Names of Bush ness and Professional Men. L. M, McKENNEY & CO,, PubMers, 424 Montgomery at., Room 22, 8. F., Cal. 669 Twenty-fourth street, Oakland. nlfl-Sm Assessment Notice. Hostois A Knreka Wiuluff Company, Location of principal place of business, Boa* ton, Massachusetts. Location of works, Eureka Mining District, Eureka, Nevada. Notice is hereby given you that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of this Company held the 2nd clay of November, 1882, an assessment, No. 2, of (5) Five Cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable Immediately to the Treasurer, at the office of the Company, at No. 31 Milk street, Room 13, Boston, Mass. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid for thirty days from date here of, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, a sufficient amount or shares of each party's stocks so delinquent, will be sold on Tlmrfntay, the Twenty-flftli day of January, 18S3, To pay the delinquent assessment, together with oost of advertising and expense of sale, at the office of J. A E. M. Rand, 93 Exchange street, Portland, Maine. By order of the Board of Directo*s. GEO. R. TABER, Secretary, Office—Room 13, No. 31 Milk street, Boston, M»»»- distd An Extraordinary Razor I IT AS BEEN INVENTED BY THE QUEEN’S OWN 00. of England. The edge and body la bo THIN and FLEXIBLE AS NEVER TO REQUIRE GRINDING, and hardly ever setting. It glides over the face like a piece of velvet, making shaving quite a luxury It is creating A GREAT EXCITEMENT in Europe among the experts, who pronounce it PER FECTION Two dollars In buffalo handle; $3 In Ivory. Every razor, to be genuine, must bear on the reverse side the na:ae of NA* THAW JO.NKPII,64i Olay street. Ban Fran, cisco, the only place In the United States where they aro obtained. Trade supplied; sent by mail lOo extra or 0. 0. D. Til© Onu Coui|»nny having enlarged their factory, are now making PEARL and IVORY CARVING KNIVES, TABLE and POCKET KNIVES, HUNTING KNIVES and SCISSORS, of the same quality as their mar velously wonderful Razor. ao8-lydAw . Song and Dance Shoes, T AN0A8HIRE AND OTHER CLOUS, ALL sizes; Tights, Wigs, Spangles, Gold and Silver L&oes, Tamborinea, Banjos, FALSE STONE JEWELRY for make-up, and every thing for Minstrels and Theaters. WE SEND BY MAIL OR 0. O. D. As our goods come direot from Europe, we defy competition in the United States. Bend for prloes. NA THAN JOSEPH, Oil Clay street. Ban Francisco, Cal. seS-lydAw NOTICE TO JRAVELETs' PARTIES DESIttlNO VASBAOE TO RAIL WAY Stations will please procure ftt *A* House, or at the Fashion Stable* and leave orders to be oalled. W, P. SWEENEY k 00., Bus Proprietor*. SOCIETY BADGES, JEWELS AND CHARMS of every kind, in gold, silver or metal, at NATHAN JOSEPH’S, 641 Olay street, SOLE AGENT IN SAN FRANCISCO for the Universal Badge and Regalia Co. Workmen’s badges in nolid gold for $1, postage free. Single badge* 0. O. D. Trade Supplied. se8-lyd*w er day at home. Bample* rorthffifree. Addree* Bti* , Maine.