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Oysters. The Gregovich Broe. sre receiving daily. Booth’* select oytter*. They are fresh, and every can is guaranteed A No. I. Try them and von will n*o oo others. Every can is stamped on the sealed end, “Booth s Select.” _^ _ Price Ms*. Six pounds of crushed sugar for $1.00 ; six pounds of Eastern dry granulated sugar for $1.00 ; six pounds of cube sugar for^$1.00, a ^ u_ qTE[Xm.EB ft Co.’s. Oreeerles. For general groceries, there is no house in town ean compare, in quality and price, with the “lstcst arrived,"—Steindler ft Co.’s. _ ford »•>«<!. C. B. Ford, at the livery stable formerly run by Moore Bros., has wood of anv kind and quality, which lie will cell and deliver in any quantity from one-fourth of a cord to 50 cords._ _ * Csuned ©nods. Steindler ft Co. have opened the richest display of jar and canned fruits, preserves, etc., the eiiizeus of Nevada ever looked up on. They are as good as they look. * Riels CanillM. The finest candies ever offered in Eureka are now to be seen, and are for sale at Steindler ft Co.’s, second door north of the Parker House. Insure Tour Property. Call on A. D. Haskell, and he will place you in good, reliable companies. * Fifty Rooms No. 1 foil size letier paper for sale at $3 per ream, at 8cbneider’s Drug Store. * Grape brandy for mince meat: raisins, citron, currants, pumpkin floor. Cape Cod canberries and new buckwheat flour, just to hand, at T. R. Hutchinson 4 Co. a A beautiful square, grand Hallet ft Da vis piano, almost new, for sale cheap. Ap at this office for particnlars. * All the fixings for mince meat, fresh, and for sale cheap, at T. B. Hutchinson ft Co. s Oscab Lewis, at the Palace Saloon, has jnst received asuperior brand of cigars. * Go early and secure bargains at the 8an Francisco Clothing 8tore. * The finest brands of cigars can be had at the Palace Saloon. * Fob a first-class cigar, go to the Palace Saloon. * Stem, Hyfle & Company SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pacific Coast Agents for the Celebrated WEBER PIANOS -A» Estey Organs. Manufacturers of the SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO For Brass Instruments, SHEET 3VTCTSIO, And everything In the Music Line address SHEBMAN, HYDE A CO.. SAN FRANCISCO Piano* and Organ* Sold on Eaiy Term*. Sheet Mule Depot it Morrli H. Jweph'i Seldei Male ePAMP Store*. Boreiko. BTUot- Laron. PARKE A LACY, Sole Agent* for BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Rook Ditiling Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Meohl&t.it*' Tool* end steam Knglnee. Hu Ub • KurIuim and Boiler*, Hoiatiiijr aud Yacht sCpuSst p“,p* “** °"“,u«41 irrt ALWAYS OH HAND. tlT Market Street, Sen Prancleoe, Oallfornle c. W. CRANE, PURCHASING AGENT, established ih im. PEBSONB RESIDING away prom SAN .F**^**0*1’ In want of any article of Mer *?“1, h,,e Ibeluirdere Biiaa promptly, and at the very lowJt ,...k price., by addmumg tb. uldJSLSI* BARBER SHOP —AUD— BA.TH HOUSE, Below the FoetnBce, one doot n^rth of Herry hind e grocery etore. ■BHMY fAWEYTT..Hr.,Iltlor OF HELP EMPLOYED.-* ‘ GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.___ R. SADLER & CO. IVortn Main street, EUREKA,.NEVADA. .../* E A L E H S l N.... General Merchandise, GROCERIES, . AND. PRO VI S ION S ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A FULL LINE .OF THE. LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .Also, Agents for the. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER ! ■rUiHxl. delivered to all parte of town, foee of charge. J. C. BOTHIN. B. SADLER. Eureka, January 14,1880. japlS if Foreclosure of Lien. In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial Distru t of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Eureka. T. L. Conran. Plaintiff, against George M. Compton aud John Comptou. Defendants. Notice is hereby given that t. l. Conran ha* this day commeuc <1 an action in the above-entitled Court against George M. Comptou and J<>hu Comptou, for the foreclos ure of a mechanic’s lien against Lots 4 and 5, iu Block 87, McCoy’* survey of the town of Eu reka, Eureka County, Nevada. All persons holding or claiming lien* on said premise* un der the provisions of an Act of tii»- Legi-Uture ot the State of Nevada, ent tled “Au Act to secure liens to mechanics and others, and to repeal al other Acts in .relation thereto,” ap proved March 2,1*75, are hereby notified to »-e and appear t>ef re said Court on Mouiiay the 7th day of February. A. D. 188». at the opening of Court on said day and t<> exhibit then and there the proof of their said liens. T. L. CONRAN. Alexander Wilson, Attorney. Eureka. December J»l, 18*0. ja8oaw3w Delint Assessment Notice. TO J. H. H'KKNi YOU ARE HERE by iio itteu that 1 have performed w- rk on the Hidden Treasure Mine, situated in kur-ka Mining District Eureka Countv. State of Ne vada. from J»nu ry. 1*79, to January 1»*1. amount n« to forty dollars in Gold Coin of the knifed States of America, for your iuterest • f 400 teet in Slid mine, and that uulesa you pw said amount w thin ninety days after the publication of thi* n«‘t ce, your interest in said mine will become my property by Uw. W. H. COLLINS. Eureka. January 7,1881. jan8-90d NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that i h we sold my stock of lumber to the K A 0 L. Oo., sud will hereafter be connected with said company. All persona Indebted to me are re quested to csll at once at the Paul Street Lum ber Yard and settle their accounts. After the 18th inst. I may be found at the of fice of the E. A 0. L. Oo. toelttt W. 8. McLKLLAN. Notice to Creditors, Estate of A. M. Hillhouse, deceased. Notice is given by the endeb elgned. Executrix of the l..t will ,Qd testament of A. M Hillhouse. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persona having claiu.s against s.ld deceased, to exhibit tbe same, wtih tbe neceaa.ry vouchers, wlihtn ten months from the drat publication of this no tice, to said Executrix, at tl.e office of F W Cola, attorney-at-law. at Eureka, Nevada. MAhTHA HILLHIICBE Executrix. Eureka, Nev. December 4S, IKK). d46 lorn Probate Notice to Cred itors. Id the matter of the eatate of John Hatha w«y deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEN BY THE UV derelsned. Administrator of the estate ab ye-named, to the credttora and all persona having claims against s.fd deceased, to exhibit the same, with *.:.e nee-ssary vouchera, within ten inuutl.a from rhe • rat publication of thle notice, to the undereigned. a> the office of c. J. Lansing, attorney at law, F.nreka. Nevada. THOMAS COSE, Administrator of the estate of John Hatha W*y, (iMfMMl. Kur«kft. DecemW 23.1880. d23.3w NOTICE TO MERCHINTS. Notice is hf.hfby given, that Eu reka ceunty, through its Board of County Commissioners, will p attiyely relttse here.f ter to allow any bl Ms for goods, wares and mer f purchased for the conn ty. unless the I'lll Is accompanied by a written ord- r signed hyoneor more or theC uuty Co..mlaelouera Thla order will be atrlct'y * ntorced. _ _ _ E. B. D'tGGE, Clerk. By L molwelli, Deputy (;ierk . Euraka, Bern*. 1880. daof-lm The Worldjor 1881 The World for 1881 will be the best and cheapest newspaper published in the Euglish tongue on either side of the Atlantic. Wnh new presses surpassing any ever before manufactured even by Hoe k Co.; with new and uu<quaied typographical aud business fa cilities of all sorts, aud with a better organized telegraphic correspondence throughout the world than <hat- f any other American journal, t he World for lxxi sill afford its readers daily a complete, condensed and trustworthy record of all current events. In its Mve M nut s With the News of the Day The World meets and keeps p,ce with the increasing deiuauds made by rapid tra sit, the telegraph and the telephone, on tie t me aud attention f business men. It* dally cable letter* from l.oudon bring 'he Old World 10 the ireak ast tables of the New. In its Wad Sbe-t Gossip and Its Items for Investors, taken tog ti.er wit ■ its accurate, candid and absolut* ly impartial Financial Ar ticle, The Worid daily presents a unrivaled picture not only • f the true condition of the iuoltitudinous enterprises in which the adven turous aud active pe pie of this country in vest their savings, but ala » of all th- fiootu-it ing influence* exerted upon thosea enterprises bv the speculation* and the speculators of the Btock Exchange. No man wh • owus or expects to own sn in terest in any corporate property can aff-rd to miss lor a single day the information dally and exclusively given in The World, i.ot «nly as to the natural and legitimate course of affairs af fecting stock values, hut also as to the plana, sch>m'8 and combination* whi h are luces saittly making and unmaking in and out of W’all street to aff*-< t those values. The World contain* also e>ery day the fresh est, fullest and most instructive notices of ev erything new and interesting in the realms of art. of literature and of social life It is the accredited orgau of the colleges o •he Union, and the accuracy and vivacity of its sportii g columns, cov- ring all the var ous form* of athletic amusement which have multiplied among u* of late y*ars comm nd it to the “rising general Ion” throughout the country. As t' e only metropolitan morning jonrnal pnbli-hed in the hnglish language which maintains an unswerving fidelity to the great enduring principles of the Demo* rati faith in politics, 'I he World for 18x1 will, be found, where The Worlo has been found, absolutely loyal t-» D*m« rratio primd plea; absolutely in dependent of all per*ous, c iques aud factions within the Deiuo, ratio party. The World will maintain the cause of the Union against sectionalism in all its forma, the cause of good govenmeut against corruption in all its forms, and the cause of the people against monopoly in a’l its forms. TERMS—POSTAGE PAID. | Dally and Sundays, one year,$12; alx months, $6; three months, $3. Dally, without Sunday, one year, $10; six mouths. $5; three mouths, $2 50; less than three months, $1 per month. The Sunday World, one ye-»r. $2. The M nday World, containing the Book Re views and “College Chronicle.'* one year. $l.fi0. The Semi-Weekly World (Tuesdays and Fri days)—Two Dollars a year. To Club Agents— i An ^*tra c py for club of ten; the Daily for I club of twei'ty-tve. The Weekly World (Wednesday), One Dollar a year. To club Agents—An exira copv for i c,ub ten; the Sen.i-Weekly for club ot twen ty the Daily for chib of fifty. We have no traveling agent*. Specimen nmuher sent free ou application. Term*— O-ah, invariably in advance. Send P Ktoftu-e money order, l ank draft or registered letter. Bills at risk of the sender. Address THE WORLD, *7 f»rk Mow, <™ltf N£W YORK. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. Mrs. MORGAN HA8 BTILT AND ELE gantiy ‘urnisbed a lodging 1 onae next south of the People’ll Rent’iurant. huel street Room** can n-.w tie secured, upon rea aonatde term-*, by »he day. week or month. E-reka Decf mt*er 24. 1*80. d25tf Pure French Blood Hlue al KEMP’S. MISCELLANEOUS. ST. MIRY'S ACADEMY! SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. The jcademy is under the charge of the Bisters of the Holy Crow. It Is situated In ■ secluded, healthy location. Am ple grounds are attached fur exercise. The building Is spacious and provided with modern improvements. It affords ample ac commodation for a large number of boarders, besides the day school. The Musical and Art Departments are con ducted on tbe plan of the best Conservatories and Art Schools in Europe. The Course of Htuuy comprises all the branches of a thorough, solid au l polite educa tion; and is anch as to render the pupils Intel ligent, useful and accomplished members of society. Whie St. Mary’s possesses all the advantages of a first-elans educational institution, the charges are moderate. French and German being Included In the English course, form no extra charge. Pupils of all denominations received, and no interference with their religious bellsf. No special uniform required. Attached to the Academy is a separate build ing for little boys, boarders and day pupils. They receive the care and teaching which their tender age and the confiding trust of their paients expert. For circulars, etc., address Sister Superior, as above. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS RENO, NEVADA. Miss Kate A. Sill, Principal. The advantages which this semi nary affords are unsurpassed by any school west of the liocky Mountains. The charges are as low as in any achool of the same grade. The Filth Year will Baffin Thnra> <lay, August 26. 1880. ■ST For admission or for circulars, address BISHOP WHITAKER. Jy 1ft tf Virginia City. Nevada. Tate Ko More Naaseons Medicine _BUT USB.... INJECTION ROUGE, An Infallible Preventive of and a Certain Cure for Gonorrhea, I.iicorrhea and all Sem lual IMNehnrgeN. No Mntler of lion Long Standing. ClUFFICIF.NT TO CURE ANY CASE, IN A ^ neat box, including syringe, sent secretly, packed from ons-rvatinn. Express charge* paid to *ny part of the United States on receipt of 85.00.' It i* a certain cure in a few days. **.\fV**r Fall*.’' Compounded and sold by A. WELCH. Chemist. Kuby Hill. Nevada. 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ASSESSMENT N0T1CE8. Assessment Notice. JACK90N MINING COMPANY. Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of worka. Eureka, Nevada. Notice la hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the twen third day of Novemi er, 1880, an assessment, No. 13,of 2h cents per share, was levied upon the capital atock of the corporation, payable imme diately, in United States gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company, Room 4, No. 40 • California street, flan Franciaco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid «u the twenty seventh day of Decetnbe , 1880, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction ; and unless payment ia made before, will be sold on the 17th liny or Jnnnnry, 1881, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Direct rs J. N. SHAW, Secretary. Office—408 California street, room 4. San Francisco. California. D‘27-td Delinquent Notice. JACKSON MINING COMPANY. Location of principal place of busincs, San Francisco, California. L«*< ation of Works, Fureka. Nevada. Notice.—There art delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess- | went (No. 13) levied on the Twenty-third day of November. 18x0. the several amounts aet op- : posite the names of the respective sharehold- ; ers, as follows: No. No. Names. Certs. Shares. Ain't Breckinridge A Yost, Trusts 4081 60 $10 00 Brown h S. Trustee.45V7 MH) 100 00 Brown W K, Trustee.4:66 675 135 00 j i ro* n W K, Trustee.47**0 1010 202 00 Bay ley G B. Trustee.#634 ‘/5 5 00 Ci atidell G» o b Trustee... .4616 50 10 00 CrauduLl * G, Trustee.3466 10 2 00 C- tbu James. Irustee.-444 50 10 0» Crock* r A Suydmu, Tru*ts. .3828 10 2 00 Ciute A Loveland. Trustees. 4568 20 3 00 Ciute ft Loveland Trustees. 46* *9 5 1 oo Cl te A Loveiand, Trust- es.4745 10 2 00 Ciute A Lovelamt. 'I ru*»te*s.4747 10 2 00 Cauchois ** R_bal.4552 25 6 00 Caucboi- OR... bal.46*.*l 10 2 00 L*. wey E K, Trustee.3042 20 4 00 Dewey E t. Trustee. 46*-8 20 4*0 Drier Cbas. I rustee.47*5 40 8 00 Fisher E Irustee. 2729 100 20 *0 Freeborn A Cm Trustee-_4703 60 10 00 Oreenebaiim, bribing A Co, Trustees.4147 10 2 00 Old y A Chi. Trustees.47*6 10 2 00 Hale A Pa. bee -, Trustees.. .4418 10 2 00 Hutchinson J. Tiustee.4726 10 2 l>0 Ives Geo I. Trustee.128* 100 20 00 Ives Geo I Trn-t e.*2* 2 50 10 00 Ives Geo I, Trustee.3293 50 10 00 Ives Geo I. Tru-tee.3*12 100 2ft 00 Ives Geo I, Trustee.5949 50 10 00 Ives Geo I. Trustee.3950 60 10 00 Ives G»*< I. Trustee.4178 25 6 00 Ives Geo I, Tru-tee.43 7 50 10 00 Ives Geo 1, Trustee.4398 50 10 00 Ives Geo I, Trustee.4431 50 10 00 Ives Geo 1, Trustee.4654 15 3 00 King A Co J L. Trusteis... .2823 200 40 (X) King A Co .1 I , I’rust-es-31-2 100 20 00 King A Co J L, Trustees. . .3270 100 20 00 King A co J L, Trustees....3771 50 10 0o h ing A Co J L. Trustees... .3777 200 40 00 King A Co J L. Trustee--37x6 400 80 00 King A Co 4 L. Trustees... .4272 10 2 00 Latham A King. Trustees.. .3* 5 100 10 * 0 Marye & Son. Trustees.;i377 5ft 10 00 Mantel M. Trustee.4535 5 1 00 Mantel M. Trustee.4136 10 2 00 Mantel M, Trustee.4216 100 20 00 MeeJ. Trustee.2447 100 2*) 00 Murray W B, Trustee.3196 10 2 00 Muller W J, Trustee.3-43 100 20 00 Muller W J. Trustee.34 *2 10 2 00 Muller W J. Trustee.3494 50 10 00 Macpberson J, Tmstee.4064 10 2 00 Milts A Co E M. Trustees.. .4705 lliO 20 00 Norwood W E. Trustee.2653 50 10 (X) Norwood W E. Trustee.2657 100 20 00 Norwood W E Tru-tee.265* 100 20 00 Norwood W E, Trustee.26 9 100 20 H) Norwood W E. Trustee.2680 50 10 00 Norwood W E. Tru*t-e.36*5 100 20 00 Norwood \V E irustee.4422 65 13 00 Norwood W K. Trustee.4709 500 100 00 Norwood W E. Trustee.4710 100 20 00 Norwood W K, Trust e.471*2 10 2 00 Norwood W E. Tiustee.4713 10 2 00 Norw<*<*d W E, Trustee.4755 25 5 00 Norwood W E. Trustee.4758 450 90 00 Paterson J, Trustee.1263 100 20 <X) Richardson E A. Trustee... .2-531 100 20 00 Richardson E A. Trustee... .3715 100 20 00 SbotweilJ M, Tiustce.4759 20d 40 00 Hkaife A. Trustee.4050 50 10 00 WlDon A Hutchinson. Tra..3l73 25 5 0o Weller A Stevens, Truste*s.4170 20 4 00 Weill Cbas L, Trustee.4771 100 20 00 Weill Cbas L. Trustee. 4772 50 10 00 Weil ChaaL. Trustee.47x3 100 20 00 Weill Cbas L. Trustee.. bal .4552 25 5 00 Weill Cbas L. T Ustee. .bal .4691 10 2 00 Deane G A, Tru*t-e. bal. . .2718 40 8 00 Deane G A,Trustee. .bal.2? 19 21 4 20 Deane G A. Trustee, .bal_3209 15 3 00 Murray W B, T. uslee. .bal. .4158 20 4 00 Richardson K A, Trustee.ha1.2663 42 8 40 Rich rd*on E A. Trustee b 1.3761 13 2 60 Richardson E A. Trusteebsl.4175 41 8 20 Richards* u r. A, Trustee.bal.4176 41 8 20 Shaw C N. Trustee, .bal.3612 20 4 00 Woods A Freehorn, Trs..baL3408 20 4 Parsons H B. Tiustee. .bal. .4*48 21 4 20 And in accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the 23d day of November, 1880, so many shares of each parcel of such stock mb mav be necessary, will be sold st public, auction, at the oflh e of the Company, Room 4 and 5, No. 408 California street, hau Francisco. Cal , on MONDAY, the 8EVEN Tr fcM H day of JANUARY. 1881 at the hour of one o’clock P m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising sml expenses of the sale. C. N. -HAW, hecrel.ry. Office—No. 408 California street. Rooms 4 and 5, San Francisco, Cal. dSltd PROBATE NOTICE. In tbe District Court of the Sixth Judicial District. Eureka county. State of Nevada. Iu tbe matter of the estate of A. M. Hill house, deceased. The *t-te . f Nevada sends greeting: IN pursuance OF an order made by the H«*11. Henry Itivee. Judge of the above entitled Court, on the 11th day of December, 1*K>, notice is he eby given that Friday, the ‘24th day of December, 1*80, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, at tbe Court-room of s**id Court, at the Court-house, In th- town of Eureka, count* aforesaid, has been app-luted for hear ing he application of VI art ha Hillhouse, pray ing that a document now *'D hie in said Court, purporting to be the last will and testament of A. M Hillhouse de eased, be admitted to pro bate, and that letters testamentary be Issued thereon to said Martha Ililihouae, who Is named therein aa the sole executrix at which time and place all persona interested may ap pear and contest the same. Witness my hand and tbe s»sl of said Court this ilth ds> of December, 1880. E. R D«>DOE, Clerk. By L. MouI'Klu, Deputy. Eureka, Nev., December 11, l*go. dlitd ’ THE SUNJOR 1881. Everybody reads the run. in the editions of this newspaper throughout tbe \ear to come everybody wilt find : I. All the world’s newa so presented that the reader will get the greatest amount of in- j t urination with the least unprofitable expeudl- , tore of time and • yeslght. The Run long ago discovered the go den mean between redun dant fullness and unsatisfactory brevity. II. Much of that sort of news which de pends less upon its recognized importance than upon Its interest to mankind. From morning to morning The 8un prints a continued story ! of tbe lives of real men and women, and of their deeds, plana, lov*s, hates, and troubles. This at r\ ia more varied and more interesting than any romance that was ever devised. I I. Good writing in every column, and freshn* ss, originality, accuracy, and decorum in the treatment of e*ery subject. IV. Honest comment. The Hun's habit ia to speak out fearlously -.bout men and th*nga. V. Equal candor in de-ling with each polltl cal par»y, and equal readiness to commend whatis praiseworthy or to rebuke whit is b! am able iu Democrat nr Rep* bllran. VI. Absolute independence of partisan or ganizations. but unwavering loyalty to true Democratic piincinles. 1 he 8**n believes rnat ! the Government which the Constitution gives ua is ag'H»d one t« keep its notion of duty la to res st to Its ntmo-t power the efforts of men in the Repub 1 an party to set up another form of government in place of that which exists The year 18 l and the year* immediately fol lowing will probably decide this supremely important c ntest Tbe Hun 1*ellev« s that the vict ry will be with the people as against the Rings f*»r monopoly, the Rings for plunder, and the Kings for imperial power. Onr terms are aa follows : For th*- Daily 8nu, a four-page sheet of twenty-eight co rnnoi, the p Ice bv mail, post paid. is 55 .-»i ts a month, or 6850 a year ; or. inc uding tbe Sunday paper, an eight-page eh*et of tt'ty—ix rolnm a the price *a 65 I cents a month, or 67.70 a year, po-tage pnid. The Sunday edition of The Hun ia ala . fur nished g partteh at 61.20 a year, postage pa d. Theprce of the Weekly 8un, eight pages, flfty-six columns, is 61 a rear, postage paid. For clubs of ten sending 610 we will send an extra copy free. Address, W I. ENGLAND, Publisher or 8uu, New York City. MISCELLANEOUS. Nabob Bourbon. BEST IN THE WORLD. STRONGLY RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY For all casea of Nervousness. Debility, Weak ness, Dyspspsla, Indigestion. Chills, Fever, etc. Simmonds’ Medicated Nabob Whisky Consumers are referred to the following ex tract fri>m the report f an analyst : •* This is pure barley and wheat spirit, remarkable in fragrant ethers, which impart adellcst* aroma, at the same time greatly lucres*!, gits values* a diffusi* e stimulant. The solid residue con tains a large amount of tannin, derived from storing in Oaken casks, which Imparts to fine old wkisby cue oi its valuable individual qual ities. The amount of residue proves the whis ky to be free from the excessive coloring and Bweeteuinw so generally used in adult# rating. Hi fact, in two words, NABOB is the PUREST WHISKY, and will not only supply a public want, now that whiskies are so gen* rally adult erated, but will bo of greatest vslue to physi cians in those numerous cases where pure whiskies sre the moat useful of remvdtes G. COOKL, M. D.* Simmocds’Celebrated Nabob Whisky PUREST AND BEST FOR ALL MEDICAL AND FAMILY PURPOSES. R. SADLER & C0.9 Sole Agents for Eureka county, Where the had* will be supplied by the bottle, gallon or barrel st the s. me price and terms as can be got from Kentucky. Has been sold In all the Eastern States, and gives universal satisfaction. It 1* highly rec ommended by the faculty in sll cases of Ner vousness. Weakness. Debility, Dyspepsia, Indi gent! n, etc. It is now introdu ed to the public of the Pacific 8 ope, mdors.d by the following certificates of the eminent Dr 8. Dana Hayes, State As*ajer of Massai busetts. and Dr. H. C. I ouderbach, of St. Louis, both eminent in their profession. » nd which is s guarantee to all buyers of its purity snd quality. 1 can show thousands of letters from persons ftoni all parts of the Union and Canada, to tes tify to ltn merits and the benefit it ha* afforded as a family remedy and tonic. 8- Id by all druggists and grocers in bulk, or l-y the case or bottle. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTY AT TENDED TO. CAUTION.— None genuine uuless labeled with my signature over thecork. G. SIMMONDS, sole Proprietor. Laboratory and Office, 4 State street, Boston, Sept. 4, 1*73.—George Simmonds, K*q.: The sample marked •• Nabob Whisky,” n*s been re ceived from you and analyzed with the follow ing result: It is of selected alcoholic strength, and free from a ided flavoring oils, acids, met si*, or other deleterious substances. The whisky is PURE, of superior quality, and ault ablo for dietic and medicinal purposes. 8. DANA HAYES, State Assayerot Massachusetts. St. Louis, Mo , September 26. 1878.—G. Him* monds. Esq.: 1 have been using your Nabob Whisky some time, and have no hesitation in saying that it is, without exceptiou, the purest article 1 have used, either medicinally or for family purposes. To many ot my patients who have been buffering trom indigestion an l ner vous affections. I b**e prescribed Nabob Whis ky for their use, snd I take pleasure in saying to you the effect has been moat satisfactory. Pleat* send me by express six casea. Yours, very truly, U. C. LOUDERBACH, M. D. 200,(XX) casea Nabob Whisky add on the Pa cific Coast in the year 1880. AImo Mold by Hr. J. Schneider and W. II. Ntowell, DriifriflMts, Main Hired. Ketiitla. n!6-3m ED. WILHELM, CHRO/fOMET£ R WITtU ii\l CLOCK MAKER, Jeweler and Optician, Keep* constantly on band a well selected stock of first class WATCHES, U CLOCKS! JEWELRY -AMD QPTICAL GOODS! -AND— By l<ow Price* ami strictly flonowl <Jenllit|f will tnnlie III* t<abllMl*fiieul the Malswii «le to ».f|i% *»<•«• of Eureka. TWENTY YEIRS^ EXPERIENCE. Twenty years’ experience in the very first chronometer, watch aud clock making estab lishments jf Dresden. Paris. Loudon, shanghai, Yokohama and Han Francisco, a complete set of machinery necessary for the manufacture and repair of all kinda of tliue-k^ping instru ment*. combined with the fact that I refund any money if lever should fail to give entire satisfaction, will he a fair guarantee that none but first-class work will leave my bauds BDW. WILHELM. Eureka, February 10, 18*0. fll-tf. Foreclosure of Lien. In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the Mate of Nevada, in and f*.r the County of Eureka. P. W. Eoff vs J. A. Nesbitt and G. K. Nes bitt. IP. W. EOFF DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE a that I have t-i* day commenced an actiou in the above-entitled Court to foreclose a lieu, amounting to $48.75, claimed by me upon the Delaware No 2 Mine, situated on the east side of Proapect Mountain. Eureka Oonuty,Nevada for work don- by me, as a miner. urou said mtue during the mouths of October, Novem ber and D-cember. 1880. All persons bolding or claiming liens under the provisions of the Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled “An A* t to ae cure liens to mechanics and others and to re I peal all other acta in relation thereto," ap proved March 2, 1*75, on said premises, are hereby notified to be and appear iu the above mentioned Court ou Monday, the 7th day of February, 18h1, at the opening of Court on said day, then aud there to exhibit the proof of their said liens. P. W. EOFF. Alexandem WiLaok, Attorney. Eureka, Nev., January 11,1*81. Jl2oaw3w KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE I IN STORE AND CONSTANTLY ARRIVING, The Choicest Stock of Groceries and Provisions Ever brought to Eureka. I aiu selling goods for l*-as money than any house In town. I pav uo rent; Have u« expense; Borrow no money; Buy and sell for cash; Paddl** my own boat; Coin talka and Jaw-bone squawks at II. R. KKNP'N. E, BELLINGER, M.E, ASSAY OFFICE AT w. H. STOWELL’S DRUG STORE. MAIN STREET. Order, left ,t the .tore filled accurately end promptly. „#.ft Genuine ta.lrrii finer For Mle by the nation. it KEMP'S. n2..»f HI L I. M K A ON. EKTTF.KIIFAIM Uld Card., printed at the Htwtihv, 0»r« alwdniMMl nr»<•«*• T MtAI. KI.ANKK, ur AM. IIS. TINl'COFr'lOR 10 •* *h» HEN. _MISCELLANEOUS. ^ *4* Wrea* Carriage *faa»«. taring Hornt of the World. EMERSON, FISHER 4 CO Cincinnati, Ohio. TOP-BUGGIES AND PHAETONS licit material, good workmanship, hay. Some styles, strong and dnrablr vehicle*, in every respeet. 70,000 mmm; Manufactured by emf.kson, , 4 9° ' sr* '» uae lu every ... 11 me American Continent. ’ Carl of They give unfailing aatlafactlon. All „ work la warranted. They have reeel.il' monlala f, ,)| r,rlM „f „,e ’ port almllar to the following, hundred!! VL,P.Ur are on Ale. aubject to InapeYti,,.!, d 0,*Wck Meeara. Emeraon.^Ubir a'Co’ll.7,J.'1,1 g™’ I have used one of your tup-baiurira tv” jeapii.aiid three of them two in ,I“r* • table, and they have given me perfe.* a!«7 faction and are in conatant uae. B*fla. _y»OAR SMALLEY. NkWBEBl.T, B. C., July it lava Meaara. Coppock A J..hn.on-l,e,r have been u.ing tbe Etneraon A Fiaher kum bought from you, aa roughly. I annnoae %• a!, one could. I ha,I a faat borae- drovT’mL^ full apeed, aomeltmea with iwo grown i ^.'* and myaelf in the buggy..ml it |. u-day w«!S all tbe money I paid for It. I any the A Flatter bugglea will do. 7 Flueraoh A M. TEAGUE, Farmer. The favorable reputation tbe carrl.ge, (,,»• made in local,tie. where they have loin n~I for aeveral year, by liverymen, nhyan-i.7, farmer, and other., requiring bard and conatant uae. baa led to an luor.aaed demand from Ihua. loralltlea, to meet whleh the m.tmfacturta facllltleaof their mammoth eatabllabmeul h,v. I>een eiteuded, enabling then, uow to turn onl in (food style, *• 360 Carriages a Week. SCSend for atylea and Price-Mat. JanJi « THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I* a never-failing Cure for Nervous Debility .Exhausted Vitality. Bernina) Weakness, Sperms torrhtea. I.ONf HAS llooii, I m. potency, Paralysis, and all the terribls efie« Uof Heir. Abuse youthful follies and excesses In uiaturer years—such as Lust of Memory. Lassitude. Nocturnal Emissions, Aversion to Society. Dim nee* of Vision. Noises in the Head; the vital Hold pans tug unobserved In the urine, and many other diseases that lead to Insanity and death. IIK. Ml I NT IK trill agree to forfeit Five II itn<l red ■>ml Inns f< r a ease of thla kind that the VlfAl, KIATtlKATIM; (under hit special advice and treatment) will not cure.o' for anything Impure or injurious found in it, l»K. Mf | vflt; treats all Private Diseases suc cessfully without mercury. 4 oiniuluituu Free. Thorough examination and advice, lu. eluding analysis of urine, $6 00. rile* of V Iml Kc**ioriti 1 vc, f3 on a but'la. or four timet the quantity. |10 00; aeut to any address upon receipt of price, or 0. O. D.. secure from ob. servhtion. end In private name if desired, A. K. MIINTIF, Ml. H. II Kearny Mt.,Maii Francises, HR. MIN I IF*Mi KlHNEY RFMKHY, N FI*91 K F f H I Mf. cures ail kinds of Kidney and Bladder Oomplaiuta, Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Leucorrhoea F»r sale by all druggists; $1 DO • bottle, six bottles for fA flO. HR. Ml INTI F*N HA N DFI.ION FI FIJI are the beet and cheapest IlYNPI PNIA and HIFIOI M cure In the market. Fori all druggists. rnrS-1* Mark, by the EH HOPE a N HALJCYLICA ME) CINE CG.. of Paris and Leipsig. Immxoiatk Ukliev Wax banted. Pkemanew Cube Ov aba vtkkd . Now exclusively usd by by ail celebrated Physicians of Europe and America. The highest Medical Academy of Psris, reports 95 cur»* out of LUO esses within three days. Ncrrrl-The only ilesolvrr of |»©l MiiiuUM I rl«* Add tahlrli exists las Ibt RIihmI of Klieuiiialle ami iisuly Pa* llenls, CURED. CURED Cl It EDI H. H. Dewey, Esq., 201 Broadway Inflamma tory Hbeiiiuatlsui. J l.eavey. Esq., 465 Washington Market, Chr tile Itheumatism. Mrs E. Towue, CH East Ninth street (chalk; formations in the Joints) Chronic ltheuma tlsm. A. M. Prager, 74 Newark avenue. Jersey City Chronic Khemuatlam. John F Chauilterlsln. Esq.. Washington Club Washington. D C., Hheumatlc Gout. Wm E. Aruold, Eaq., 1 W#ytx«eet street Providence. K I., oi twenty years' Chronic ttheuiuatisiu. John B. Turugate, 100 Ranches street, San Francisco, Neuralgia and MciaUce. For Matartai, luirro»4tt**t1 amt Chront Fenrr*, CUiUm, or A yum. SALICYLIC* IS A CERTAIN CURE Nii|h-i-.<‘.IIi.k nitlrf I) Ihr .... »r Nul Itl.nlv of (tutulur. H« II Mill vul) rnl lh.- lrt.-r., bill Mill .rhlrtr » H A It II'A I tilth., Mllhunl *h, ul Hi# li.r.*Mt*-.ilrnrr.itu4l (ruublv.Mrl.lug •run. OUlKINi. 81 a box, six boxes for 85 Beni free by Mall en receipt of money. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT but take no luiltatloo or aubutitiite, aa our Halt cyllca (copyrighted) la guaranteed to relieve or oiouey refunded, and will be delivered free on receipt of ordece, by calling ou or addreee lug EOEOPEAN SALICYLIC MEXDICINB OCX, 212 IrwulHay, rnr. kill Ion klrNl (Muon Mnll.llitKi. H. Y. Inraly HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In NTAFLR AND FARCY GROCERIES —aim— jpnovisiox<rai Chicago Hams aid l.r a- last Bacon, Sugar cured, always on hand. AT THE OLD STONE STOREHOUSE, Monroe Street. Eureka, Anguat 18.1880. aulStf NOTICE. rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCEHN: WE, THE I uud.rilaurd, have tbia day Bold all our rlKbt title and lutaraet. accoiinta due ua, ete.. In tbe Livery, feed end Hale Bathle on South Mein etreet, Eureka, to A. M. Hlilbouee. MoORX BHOo. Eureka, Nevada, Nov. 1. 1880. nk-tf Regll & Waldvogcl’e DAIRY PURE MILK AND CREAM I SEHVED IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT cum tom ere. Pereona wishing Milk or Oreem, can notify tbe drtvereof our vtgoua. BfcOLl k WALDVOOEL. Enreka. Novemhar 1» l«l» nV (tec • w,,l In your own town. Ternia end SOD U outfit free. Addrea* M. E.LUrr * w., Portland, Maine;