tffutckfl ffiaili) Sentinel.
TUESDAY.AUGUST 16, 1887,
It ia high time that petty jealonsics
should be buried and harmonious action
taken by the people of Nevada in repre
senting the agricultural interests of this
State. If we ever hope to populate our
vast domain we must work together. If
more favored localities are the first
sought after by incoming settlers, it is
the hight of folly for the papers or peo
ple to discourage them by misrepresenta
tions or by throwing cold water on such
a movement. W e are all interested in
the welfare of Nevada, and no matter
in what particular locality the State may
receive accessions of wealth and popula
tion, the effect is felt by the entire peo
ple. Every portion of our State can
boast of a splendid climate and product
ive soil, and in time it will receive its
share of attention. Booms like an epi
demic must first make a start, and then
gradually spread over the surrounding
country. Every locality of any promise
in Nevada should be kept constantly be
fore the people, and not built up at the
expense of some other section, equally
as good or better. .If some of the papers
in this State would take more interest in
representing the advantages of the local
ity in which they exist, and devote less
space to criticising efforts that are being
made elsewhere to show the country up,
much good might follow. California, in
stead of ridiculing the efforts made by
the people in the southern portion of
that State, encouraged them, and it was
not long until the effect of the effort was
felt all over the State. It did not stop
there. Oregon and Washington Terri
tory put their shoulder to the wheel and
roceived their full share of the pros
perity that followed. If one county, or
one valley or town is to antagonize an
other, the people of this State can never
hope to see any activity in the shape of
real estate transfers, or our population
increased. Now is the time for united
action, and without a dissenting voice,
the people should join in the grand ob
ject and bring Nevada to the front.—
THE KEFUUEE UIUSOJT.
It will be well to take with caution
what the refugee Gibson has to say about
affairs in Hawaii. He is a crafty man,
and unreliable as he is crafty. The
chances are he will not return to the
islands in October. There has been a
deep impression on the islands for years
that he was, while the assumed friend
and most trusted counselor of the King,
really a traitor at heart; that while pre
tending friendship for the weak monarch,
he was really robbing his treasury and
laying his plans to steal his throne. His
former life gave color to this impression.
It is said he robbed the Mormon Church
of large funds entrusted to him. He is
a wonderfully deep and subtle man; just
calculated to twist a weak mind to do
his bidding; he is better posted, not
only about affairs in Hawaii, but in all
the islands of the Pacific, than any other
man; his face resembles a hawk’s, and in
his actions there iB the motion of a tiger.
His usual manner is to purr softly and to
seem pleased, but those who know him
best are kept in mind perpetually that
under the smile are the fangs and under
the velvet the claws of a wild beast.
The most hopeful event for Hawaii that
has happened in a long time, was his
leaving the kingdom, unless he is in
league with some foreign power, and is
arranging to spring a debt statement
against the islands which will be dif
ficult for the new managers there to
meet. Kngland is just now cruising
around a good deal in the Pacific, and
we are suspicious of both her and Gib
son.—Salt Lake Tribune.
More thau thirty years ago a young
girl was in the act of placing a pitcher
on a post which stands near the South
Carolina railway, five miles from Aiken,
when she was struck dead by lightning.
Ever since this tragic occurrence the
pitcher has remained on the post, safe
by superstition from the touch of ne
groes, who believe that the arm which
touches it will be paralyzed. Storms
and cyclones and earthquakes have not
disturbed it, although the post which
holds it is fast crumbling with decay.
There is an impression among the peo
ple of Western Nevada that when John
Maokay returns to this Coast and the
wheat market in California has reached
its normal condition there will be a stock
boom. It is believed that with the pres
ent prospects in the various mines along
the lode, if they could do so, speculators
would be only too willing to divert
capital from investments in wheat to
President Cleveland announces that he
will not visit this Coast on his " swing
around the circle ” this Fall. The only
President, while in official position, who
ever visited the Pacifio Coast was R. B.
Sagebrush Stockman: Nevada climate
will sell some day at fanoy prices, Tbe
one-lunged tourist oan find no better ha
ven of rest than oan be had in the Sage
The Clevinger Murderers.
Prescott, Arizona, Aug. 13.—Frank
Wilson was hanged here yesterday for
the murder of Samuel Clevinger and
his wife Charlotte in May, 1886, on
the summit of the Buckskin mount
ain near the Utah line. Wilson and
J. A. Johnson, a colored man, were
employed by Clevinger in driving
horses to Washington Territory. No
one was in the party except the above
two men, Clevinger and his wife and
adopted daughter. While camping at
the place mentioned Wilson murdered
Clevinger and wife with an ax. Wil
son and Johnson divided the stock
and $500, Clevinger had with him,
and buried the bodies, which were
found later. Wilson and the girl went
to Idaho, and lived together, where
they were found by the Sheriff. John
son was found in Nevada, and his
evidence, with the girl’s statement,
served to convict both. Wilson made
a written statement confessing the
crime, but said Johnson had nothing
to do with it. This statement is not
believed as it is contrary to Johnson’s
statement on the witness stand. Gov
ernor Zulick to-day respited Johnson
till September 23.
A Pitched nntlle.
San Jose, Aug. 13.—In Willows to
day a battle took place between the
whites and Chinese employed. The
Chinese were about 200 strong and
the whites about 100 men and boys.
The Chinese, armed with clubs made
an attack on the whites. The latter
armed with sticks and fruit knives,
met the enemy and battled with great
fury. The fracas resulted in a num
ber of bruised heads, but no one was
Berkeley Powder Works Explo
San Francisco, Aug. 13.—AH but
three of the Chinese employed at the
Giant Fowder Works at Berkeley have
been accounted for since Thursday’s
explosion. It is still doubtful whether
the missing are safe or blown to
pieces. The Superintendent thinks
they will come out when the scare is
Oswego, N. Y., Aug. 13.—Bunko
steerers worked Captain William Wil
liams, an old lake captain and govern
ment inspector of steamboats, for $1,200
A Million Dollars Worth of Prop
Pittsburg, Aug. 13.— A fire in the
heart of the city last night destroyed
property valued at a million dollars.
Another Minister Goes Wrong.
Another case comes to oar notice
wherein a preacher and an editor’s wife are
the principals. A Jamesville (Minn.)
special to the Independent says that great
exoitement has been caused there by the
elopement of Rev. Seymour, Pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, and Mrs.
Fannie J. Henry, the wife of the editor
of the ArguB. The lady has for years been
tbe organist and a leading member of the
cburcb. She leaves a husband and two chil
dren, while Seymour leaves a wife and
Everything in the above will go to show
that they have had experince enough to
know better. The only reoourse we
see to an amicable settlement of affairs
is for the editor and bis two children
and the deserted minister’s wife and
three children to combine forces and
run the Argus in a manner that will de
nounce polygamy, or the appropriation of
other people’s property. If the editor is a
good shot he will take bis “Henry” rifle
and m&ke the wioked minister “ Seymour”
cause to foreswear bis obligations to tbe
eburoh and humanity than ever he
thought of before.—Saoramento Star.
Dr. Thomas M. Chatard, chemist of the
United States Geological survey, is in this
State for the purpose of ascertaining what
amount of oarbonate of soda can be ob
tained from tbe natural deposits within
our borders. He will find tbe supply in
exhaustible. It is everywhere In tbe soil
of tbe valleys, tbe sands of tbe deserts and
in tbe desert lakes and marshes. In
places it can be dug up in broad Oakes
that look likesheets of ice. In this city have
been exhibited sheets of soda three feet
long, two feeet wide and two inohes thick
that is wholly free from earthy impurities,
of a roseate hue and semi-transparent.
These cakes were brought from one of the
lakes near Ragtown, below Fort Churchill.
So says the Enterprise.
Discoveries More Valuable Than
Are Santa Abie, the California disoovery
for consumption and diseases of the throat,
ohest and lungs, and California Oat-r
Oure, the only guaranteed cure for
oatarrb, cold in the bead and kindred
complaints. They are sold at $1 per
paokage, or three for $2 50, and are re
commended and used by the leading
physicians of the Paeifio Coast. Not
secret componds. Guaranteed by John
S. Capron, druggist, Main street, Eureka,
Change of Base.
W. J. Smith takes pleasure in informing
the residents of Eureka and surrounding
country that bis stationery and business
is now looated in tbs new Postoffioe build
ing, where a full and complete stock will
always be found, together with the latest
novelties at the most reasonable prioes.
A full line of fine tobacco and cigarettes.
Imported Key West and Domestic cigars a
specialty. With many thanks for their
past liberal patronage, be hopes to merit
a continuance of the same. *
Mrs. H. Zottman’s bathing establish
ment is now open, and those desiring
either hot or oold water baths havo an op
portunity of doing so for the small sum of
25 cents eaoh. Also those wishing to take
swimming baths can do so at the same
prioe. Hwimming to oommenoe at 8
o’olock r. m., and oontlnue until mid
On uul>jr Hill August 1#, 1887, Robert Pat
rick Flavin, infant sod of John and Minnie
Flavin, aged 18 months and 3 weeks.
The funeral will take place to-day at 1:30
o'clock p. M. (Ruby Hill time! from the resi
dence of the parents.
Friends and acquaintances aro invited to at
n i Hfl)T I;*!.#* lor 13 week*.
JLiX/rtic Police Uazcllc
will be mailed, securely wrapped, to any ad
dress in the United l> T ~L'' Q Mates
for Three Months on J I. X EiiJ receipt
of One Dollar. Liberal discount allowed to
Postmasters. Agents and Clubs. The Police
Gazette of New 11 a I T L1 "TVYork
Is the only leglul>A /.J XXjXli/mate
Illustrated Sporting and Sensational .lonrnai
published on the American LTD "L1 TTY f
continent. Apply for terms toX XV XLiXu .
Eichard K. Fox, Franklin Square,
GOOD BOOK CHEAP !
The Finest Offer
The people hive ever had.
Almost given away.
“THE HOME LIBRARY ASSOCIA
TION OF CHICAGO."
BY BECOMING A MEMBER YOU ARE
enabled to purchase anything In the
Book line at astonishingly low prices.
Each member is presented with a fine com
pendium of reference far superior to Easkell's
or Bill’s Manual. The best thing ont of the
kind. Following are some of the prices:
Chamber’s Encyclopedia,0 vols., (sheep).$14 00
Charles Dickens, 15 vols., (cloth). 5 25
Macaulay's History of England, 5 vols.
(cloth). 1 25
Grant's Memoirs, (sheep) per vol. 2 75
Blaine’s Twenty Years in Congress, per
vol. 3 75
Gibbon’s Roman Empire, 5 vols. 2 32
W. H. Smith ig in town giving the people an
opportunity of becoming members of the Asso
ciation. Examine its method and seize the
chance of lllling your homes with the choicest
Now is your time. Strike the iron while it is
W. E. GRIFFIN,
OF EUREKA, NEVADA,
WRITES POLICIES IMMEDIATELY ON
application. Represents the oldest and
best Insurance Companies in the world. All
have compiled with the State law governing
Insurance Companies. BEWARE OF OTHERS.
The Liverpool and London and Olobe
.of London, England
The Lion.of London, England
The Fireman’s Fund of San Francisco, Cal,
The City of London...._of London, England
The Commercial.of San Francisco, Cal.
The South British.of New Zealand
The Guardian.of London, England
The Springfield.of Springfield, Mass.
The Concordia.of Milwaukee, Win.
The Howard.of New York
The Western.of Toronto, Ont.
The Aetna.of Hartford, Conn.
The Hartford.of Hartford, Conn.
The Phenlx.of London, England
Insure with W. E. GRIFFIN.
Eureka. July 29. 1887. Jy30 tf
HO POISONOUS FOB!
And take no other. The best and most uniform
Powder in the market
For sale at R. SADLER’S,
Or VULCAN POWDER CO.,
jyl 218 California street, San Francisco.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
Euukka, Nevada, Aug. 8, 1887. j
Notice ib hereby given that
John E. Jones, of Canon Ci'y, State
of Nevada, authorized agent of the State
of Nevada, and acting for and on Its be
half, has filed an application to enter under the
provisions of an Act of Congress, approved
June 16, 1880, entitled an Act to grant to the
State of Nevada lands In lieu of the slX’eenth
and thirty-sixth sections in seld State, the N.
1 Of BW. J of section 15. township 10 N., of
range 57 E. of Mount Diablo meridian, in the
district of laDds subject to sale at Eureka, Ne
vada, and containing 80 acres.
The selection of the shove described tract
of lend will be tendered at said Land Office
on Monday, the 3d da; of October, 1867.
au9-30d D. H. HALL, Register.
1 St. Mary’s Academy,
Sisters of St. Dominic
Studies will be resumed at the
Institution on Monday. August 39, 1887.
For terms apply to LADY SUPERIOR,
A N ACCOUNT BOOK, CONTAINING
ranch accounts, was lost on Monday
last. The Under will receive e suitable ruward
by leeving It at thie office, by
„ , . JOHN J. PETERS.
Eureka, Aug, 8,1887, au7-lw
JH. I>. Foley. Plnlntlir,
Monitor Milling t ouipwiy, Defend.
TTNDFUANDBY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
I j of Sale and Decree 11 Foreclosure Issued
out of tlie District Court of the State of Ne
vada, Eureka county, on the *2Hth day of July,
1887, in the above entitled action, wherein M.
D. Foley, the above named plaintiff, obtained
judgment and decree against John Potter and
Monitor Milling Company, defendants, which
said decree was on the id day of January, A D.
1886, recorded in Judgment Book B, I am com
manded to sell all of the following described
property, situated in the comity of F.ureka,
State of Nevada, to wit: That certain properly
and premises situate about nine miles In a
southerly direction from the town of Eureka,
and in the county of Eureka, State of Nevada,
known and called the "Pinto Mill and Mill
Si e, ” to Taise the sum of three thousand
($3,000) dollars lawful money of the United
States, with interest thereon to the 2d d.y of
January, 1880, at the rate of two (2) per cent per
month, amounting to the further sum of four
thousand live hundred and forty-six ($4,546) to
gether with soven hundred and fifty-four dol
lars and sixty cents ($754 60) attorney*’ fees,
provided in said mortgage, and costs, taxed at
the sum of thirty five dollars and fifty centB
($35 50), said sunis amounting in the aggregate
to eight thousand three hundred and thirty
six dollar. and ten conts($8.33C 10), the said
three thousand ($3,000) dollars bearing further
interest at the rate of two (2) per cent per
month from the 2d day of January, 1886, until
Public notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 22<l day of August,
between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 5 p.
m., to wit: 12 o’clock m. of said day, 1 will
sell all of the right, title, claim and interest uf
the above named defendants, John Potter and
the Monitor Milling Company, of, In and to the
above described property at the front door of
the Oonrthonse in the town and county of Eu
reka, at public aucti m for cash in hand,
to satisfy said order or sale with coats and ail
W. H. SWEENEY, Sheriff.
By Geo. T. Rives, Deputy Sheriff.
Wren A Cheney, Attorneys for Plsintiff.
Eureka, Nev., Aug. 2, 1897. au2-td
MAIN ST., EUREKA, NEV.
WE DESIRE To INFORM TRE
public that wo are now receiv
ing a large supply of
Fall and Winter Goods
Selected and purchased by Mr. George Tassell,
of the firm of Tassell Bros., with special ref
erence to the present wants of the people of
Eureka and vicinity. Among recent receipts
may be mentioned a full line of Gents' Ladles'
and Children’s Robber Good*; Gents', Boys'
and Yon the’
FINE CALF BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies’ and Misses' Calf and Goat heavy-but
ton Boots and Balmorals. These goods, which
are of the latest style, and made by the best
manufacturers of California and the East, will
be sold at prices in keeping with the times.
Eureka, November 10,1888. nll-tf
Old Jake Cohen
IN THE FIELD AGAIN !
He has been appointed agent in
Eureka for the firm of John Watiamtker,
John Wanamaker A C<>. ami Wanamaker A
Brown, of Philadelphia, and Is prepared
to take orders (or any article that Is for sale in
the market. Ladies'garments a specialty. Call
and see the old pioneer, and he will furniah you
with anything from a spool of thread to a bale of
MEN’S CLOTHING ft SPECIALTY.
Samples can bo teen at Knight Bros. All
kinds of underwear, etc. Call and see. Perfect
Eureka, Nevada, March 16, 1S87. mhl7-tf
Bids will be received to and in
clnding Augnst 5 for patting an iron roof
on the Schoolhouse in the town of Eureka
All the materials to be furnished by the con.
tractors. The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids. For particulars Inquire of
W. H. STOWELL,
Clerk of the Eureka School Board.
Eureka, July 6,1887. jy7-td
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
sealed proposals for coal to be delivered
at the furnace in Sliver Hill Canyon, Pike
Hollow District, Churchill county, Nev. bids
will be received until Auk 5. and contracts will
be Kiven for 10,000 and 00,000 bushels. Timber
is plenty within three miles of furnace,
For particulars, address
Stillwater, Nev, July 10, 1807. j23-td
r pHI8 IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE UN
_1_ dcrsigned have formed a copartnership
to be known ss and conducted under the style
of J. G. Ford A Co. The names of the mem
bers of said Arm are J. O. Ford, whose residence
Is Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada, and H. P.
Merritt, of Woodland, Yolo county, California.
H. P. MERRITT,
J. G. FORD.
July 27, 1887. jy30-lm
THE WATER WILL BE TURNED OFF
this evening at 8 o'clock, and turned on
again at 8 o'clock in the morulnge, arid be con
tinued from day to day until further notice.
GEO. F. BLISS, Superintendent.
Eureka, Aug. 8,1887. au9 tf
SHINE ’EM UP !
rilHK WHITE BOOTBLACK WILL GIVE
1 yon EIGHT SHINES for ONE DOLLAR.
Give him a call. Stand on Main street. J14
A CHILD'S SILK MITT. THE FINDER
will please leave the earns at the Bbmti
ksi. office. HATTIE RAPHAEL.
And oonvinoe yourselvos that yon can
purchase, this season, a cheaper and bet
ter assortment of
NICE, FRESH GOODS
Than from any other house East of San
Franciseo. Prices on
All Ms Greatly ReSncofl
To suit the times. I buy my goods for
cash, and am onabled to sell them cheaper
than anybody. I am constantly receiving
large stocks of
And will sell them at bedrook prices. I
have a very fall stock of
Liquors of All Kinds !
And of the Best Brands.
Fruits cb Nuts,
Of this year’s crop.
FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CANDIES
Iteceived by every train.
CELERY,CAULIFLOWER and LE1TDCE
By every train.
TURKEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS AND BEESE,
In great abundance, very nice; can’t be
better in any market, and sell them at
way down prioes.
Call and examine the
goods and prices, and see
if what I tell you is not cor
rect. B. BERC,
Main street, Eureka.
To The Front !
Adjoining lira Brown's Restaurant, East Bide
of North Malu street,
WILL 8RLL AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHEIt
House in Eureka. Constantly increas
ing stock of
Groceries, Hardwaro, Crockery
Keeps a full line of the best manufacturers
of Cutlery. Furnishing Goods, Notions, etc.
His Sporting Emporium is replete with Shot
guns, Kitten, Pistols, Powder, Shot and Car
tridges of all descriptions at the lowest fig.
Specialty in fresh butter and Eggs. Fruit
and Vegetables, Nuts anil Candles.
New Goods received by every train. Cell
and get prices.
Eureka, Nevada, June 4, 1887. J5-tf
SI. MARY’S ACADEMY,
FOB BOAR DEBS AND DAY PUPILS,
SALT LAKE CITY,
...... CONDUCTED BT TJI*.
SISTERS of tie HOLY CROSS.
£1TUDIE8 WILL !5B KK8UHKD
Mondny, August 20, 1H%7.
The English course includes all the branches
necessary for a first-class education. The Lan
guages, Ornamental Needlework, Plain Hew
ing, the principle of Voice Culture and Choir
Drawing and Sketching from Nature form no
Terms moderate. The usual modification of
terms given when two or more of the same
family attend school at the same time.
The students who attend All Hallows Col
lege will be permitted to visit their sisters at
Half rates can be secured on two of the rail
ForOstalogue,etc., addresses above.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Saatern
MAIN 8TRIIT, AURIKA.
The booms are hard finished, new
ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
Single Rooms or In Suites.
Sss in All the Rooms.
Oonneoted with the Hotel is tha
FINEST BAR-ROOM III THE STATE
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVAOA
A. JACKSON, Proprietor.
Formerly of the Jackson Honse, st Hamilton
OWING TO AN INCREASE IN THE RE8
taurant business, and wishing to make
more room for the purpose of accommodating
my customers, I am desirous of disposing of
my Gaudy business, which I will sell st a low
valuation for cash, If an early application la
made. MRS. JULIA BROWN.
Eureka, June 25, 1887, j-26-tf
Dissolution of CopartuUp.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing betweau
J. G. Ford, H. P. Merritt and J. W. Freeman
has been dissolved by mutual consent. All debt,
by the concern prior to the date hereof will
be paid upon presentation to J. G. Ford at Eu
reka, Nev. J. G. FORD,
H. P. MERRITT.
July 10, 1887. JSO-lta
FOURTH J)F JULY,
LAw«a®j» w*™'» ^
Boys’ Watchos with Chains, Is.
Cents’ Watches with Chains, )8
All warranted to keep
Pioneer Jewelry store.
Kurek», June 1,1,1887. 2 lf
John w. lambert;
North Main Street, Karelin,
All Kinds of Fresh Frails.
Fresh Fish Kerned Every Day!
Country Produoe a Speoialtj
FOB OABH I win ..U Good* Cheap.,
than any home In town. neapo,
on0Mi“.dtreeIe‘tm,ne “7 °Utflt> “ th* old
Eureka, Feb. 3,18M. , 4.
Tim EnroJta County mi
(Sncce.tor 20 Paxton k Oo.)
Capital 8tock, : 8100,000
W,LaL BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE OK
San Franclaco, New York, London and
tne principal Eaatern and European Cltlea,
M.D. FOLEY. DANIEL UFYEB
B. K. MOBBI80N. B. GILMAN
M. D. FOLEY.777....
h. t. hoadlky.
W. E. GRIFFIN.... Aaalatant Oaahlar
siluluir and Other Stock* Kenrbt
nad Sold on t'ommlaalon.
Eureka. March 2*. 1886. mb26-H
Chop Hodso and OnMneti
Main afreet, one door north of PoatoAce,
MRS. JULIA BROWS, : : PROPRIITRiSt,
OPEN DAY AND NICHT.
Uyatera reeelvetl dally bjr exprua
and all the delloaclea of the market kept
conatantly on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place In Eoreka where CANDT
manufactured. Freeh and Choice Candle* for
aale, either wholesale or retail. JlStf
(Formerly the Turner Houeo),
Notitli Mnlu Sired, Eureka,
P. MoElroy, : : Proprietor.
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED nOTEL HAS
Juat been thoroughly renovated and re
paired, and will be kept In the heat manner
for the oouifort and accommodation of gueata.
looms, Single or in Suites.
Lodgings, 50c, 75c and SI.
Board, 07 per weeb, Meals 50c
The beet In the market will be aerved.
The Bar la atocked with the beat brantla of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Uellroad Coach take* Paaeengera to and
from tho Depot. Jyl7*f
Notice is hereby given that f. m.
Hcltman has been duly appointed the
administrator of the estate of E. J. Hums, de
ceased, and all parties holding claims against
the estate of E. J. Hums, deceased, are hereby
not tied to present tho same to B. M. Beatty
and Peter Hreen, attorneys for Ibe said edrnlii
istrator, »t their office lc the Courthouse build
lug. Eureka county, Nevada, duly certified •»
required by law within six weeks from tk*
date of the first publication of this notice, or
the said claims will thereafter lie barred ami
cease to be s charge against said estate.
F. M. HEITMAN, Administrator.
H. M Bkatty and Pitkh Husks, Attorneys
Eureka, Nevada, July 16, 1887. jyl7-0w
Ruby Hill Taxpayers, Attention.
fJlHE BTATE AND COUNTY TAXES ARE
now due end payable immediately at my office
in Eureka. C. 0. WALLACE, Assessor.
Eureka, Eureka county, Nev., July 27,1887.
STATE UNIVERSITY NOTICE.
rpiIK NEVADA STATE UNIVERSITY WXI*
1 be reopened at Reno, Nevada Sopl ^
1887, Prof. Le Boy D. Brown. President, wH
full corps of Instructors. There wlrl be a n
mal Department for the instruction of teac
e«ou“ -toXvaSents. Essy term.
t0AmpTeVc"iunn'.daUon. can be had1stRsno.
For further particulars
signed, JOHN M. DORMER,
Board of Regent^
CarlOD City, July 29,188 .
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