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OyNlen. Tbe Gragovicb Bros. are receiving daily. Booth’# select oysters. They are fresh, and every can is guaranteed A No. 1. Try them and yon still use no others. Every can is stamped on the sealed end, “Booth s Select.” ___ * Price Lias. Six pounds of crushed sugar for $1.00 ; six pound# of Eastern dry granulated sugar for $1.00 ; six pounds of cube sugar for^$1.00, a p Steindler A Co.’s. Groceries. For general groceries, there is no house in towu can compare, in quality and price, with the “latest arrived.’’—Steiudler A Co-’*- __ Cor <1 wood. C. B. Ford, at the livery stable formerly rnn by Moore Bros., has wood of any kind and quality, which he will sell and deliver in any quantity from one-fourth of a cord to 50 cords. __ * raaucil Goods. Steindler A Co. have opened tbe richest display of jar and canued fruits, preserves, etc., the citizens of Nevada ever looked up on. They are as good as they look. * Itirta # itiidlec. Tbe finest candies ever offered in Eureka are now to be seen, and are for sale at Steindler A Co.’s, second door north of the Parker House. * Iii«iire Your Property. Call on A. D. Haskell, and he will place you in good, reliable companies. * Fifty Reams No. 1 full size letter paper for sale at $S per ream, at Schneider’s Drug Store. Grape brandy for mince meat: raising Citrou, currants, pumpkin flour. Cape Cod canberries and new buckwheat flour, just to hand, at T. B. Hutchinson & Co. a A beautiful square, grand Hal let A Da vis piano, almost new, for sale cheap. Ap at this office for particulars. * All the fixings for mince meat, fresh, and for sale cheap, at T. B. Hutchinson & Co. s Oscar Lewis, at the Palace Saloon, has j ust received a superior braud of cigars. * Go early and secure bargains at the San Fraucisco Clothing Store. a The finest brands of cigars can be bad at the Palace Saloon. * Foil a first-class cigar, go to the Palace Saloon. _ * Storm, Hr to k Company SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Gout. Pacific Goast Agent* for tha Celebrated WEBBJl PIANOS —AMD— * Estey Organs. Manufacturer* of the SHERMAN t HYDE PIANO Tor Brass Instruments, SHEET MUSIC, And everything In the Music Line address SHEBMAN, HYDE & CO.. 8AN FRANCISCO Piano* and Organa Sold on Easy Terms. Hbeet Maalc Depot at ■orrla U. Jiwepli's tiohlea Bale •*Y*kl7 hhire. Knreka. * KI MKUA AND CALIFOBNIA lumber company. Booth Main Street, N trade. Nevada and califobbIa L JMBE IR,, •f all kin dr, ftadwood, 0radon and 8u*ar Plus ■ ININU TIMBBBM! ■VILDIIS LVMIIBI A complete aaaortmaot of Clear and Dreaaed Lusher. Flooring, siding, Bustle, and other styles of siding. Moulding, t^.n. ■hluglea. Dears, Beah and Blluda, *tc- ol»aya oo hand, S^“ Everything at the Uo«t (hM *•' ■ * C. L. CD. P>r* French Hioua Mine .1 " X _ KKMPH. HtLf-.-i.--.hl , # •* ' GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. __ R. SADLER & CO. Nortn Main Street, EUREKA,.NEVADA. ....HEALERS IN.... general Merchandise, GROCERIES, . AND. PROVISION S ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A FULL LINE .OF THE. LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER AGENTS FOR. INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AND HOME. .Also, Agents for tbe. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER ! ST'Uooda delivered to nil pnrts of town, free of charge. J. C. BOTI1IN. U. SADLER. Eureka, January 14,1H80. JanlS tf Foreclosure of Lien. In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial Diatru t of the State of Nevada, in aud for the County of kureka. T. L. Conran Plaintiff, against George M. Compton aud John Compton. Defendants. T^OTICE IS HKHEHY GIVEN THAT T. L. Conran ha* this -lay commenc d an action in the above-entitled Court against G* urge M. Compton and J'hu Compton, f>r the fo redos ure of a mechanic's lien against Lota 4 and 0, in Block 87, McCoy'* survey of the t«»wn of Eu reka, Eureka County, Nevada. All persons holding or claiming lien* on said premise* un der the provisions of au Act of tlo- Legl-iature ot th* State of Nevada, ent tied “Au Act to secure liens to mechanics aud others, and to repeal *1 oil er Acts in relation thereto,” ap proved March 2, ls75, are hereby notified to i*e and api>e»r bef. re said Court on Monday the 7th day of February. A. D. 188i. at the opeulng I of Court on sai l day and t > exhibit tt.eu and there the pi oof of their aald liens. T. L. CONRAN. Alexakdkb Wilson. Attorney. Eureka, December 1, lh*0. ja8oaw3w Delinprat AassMt Notice. TO J. If. U HEXH,.-TOn ARE HERE l*y no ifieii that 1 have performed w<rk ou the Hidden Treasure Mine, s tuated in kureka Mining hl*trict Eureka Countv. State of Ne vada. from J.nu ry. 1*79. to Januar . lahl, amount n« to tony dollars In Gold Coin of the I niied Htatis of America, for your interest • f 400 teet in s*i i mine, and that unless you p*v 8*id summit w thin ninety days sfter "the publication of this n«-t ce, your interest in said mine will become my property by l*w. W. H CuLL’NS. Eureka, Ja iuary 7.1881. jauM 90d NOTICE. Notice is hereby given i hat i h we sold my stock of lumber to the K ACL. Co., and will litres't*r be c uniteted with said company. All persons indebted to me are re quested to call at on*** at the Paul Street Lum ber Yard and settle their account*. After the 18th inst. I may be found at the of fice of the E. A 0. L. Co. _W. 8. McLKLLAN. Notice to Creditors* Estate of A. M. H11 lhuu.e, deceased. Notice is given by the bnder. signed. Executrix of the last will sod teetsnf lit of A. M Hillhouae deeveaed. to the credltora of, and all persona having claims sgsinat add deceased, to exbib,t llie sa-iie, wi h tne necessary vouch, ra, within teD mouths from the ttrat publication of this too tice. to aal.l Executrix, at tl e office of K NV Cole, ettor et.at.law. at Eureka. Nev da. MAhTlIA Hll.Lltol SE Executrix. Eureka, Nev. Occrinhar 25. INsO. d25 10m Probate Notice to Cred> Itore. In the matter of the estate of John Hatha wiiy (Wenftpri. Notice is hereby given by the cn. ■ derstaned. Administrator of the estate ah ve-eamed. to ttie eredltore and all persons having claims against eaid deceased, to exhibit the seme, with *, c nec. assry vouchers, within ten mm,tl s from the rat publication of this notice, v, the undersigned, s' the office of C J. Lansing, a toruey at law. Enrets, Nevada .. . . . . thomvs cone. Administrator of the eataie of John Hatha w«y, «t»*c* »ME-«l Eureka. KeCember 23, 1830. d23-ew NOTICE TO MERCHINTS. Notice is hereby given, that eh- i reka county, through ita B ard of Oomitv ! Commissioners. Will p elt'vcly refuse heresf- i ter to allow any bills for go al, wares and mer ViW* *** pMrt ha^ d f«»- conn tv. hr • 111 1- been., pmiit-d hy a written or-h r **r m<n*of tU-C. n.,»y C . uiutMloner* Till* on.er will b«> atrict’v ♦ nhrord I w.v ^ -a K R D*»l»OE, Clerk. By L Dr Duty (iltrk. i Eureka, Dan. 9.1M0. dg*14m FOR SALE, MATERIAL FOB A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER -AND_ JOB OFFICE. NO 4. WASHINGTON HAND-PRESS. (GOOD AS NEW), BREVLR, OR MINION, AND NON PAREIL TYPE, CABINET. NEWSSTANDS, CASES, IMPOSING STJNE, CHASES, ETC. A BARGAIN. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION IN QUIRE AT THE EUREKA SENTINEL OFFICE. Assessment Notice. Albion consolidated mining com. panr. Location of principal place of business, Ban Francisco, Calif, rnla. Luc at on of works. Eureka Mining District, State of Nevada. Notice U lore by gven, that at a meeting of the hoar I of Directors, held on the 1 hi tteuth dayof January, 1**1, an aaaea*m»nt (No 6) of tw n«y cents per share wnh levied upon the cap ital ato k of the corporation, payable immedl ately, in rnited States gold Coin, to the gecre »♦ the office of the company, honini 6 a d ', H37 P.ne street, Kan Francisco, Califor nia Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid n the Figh'> eutli day of Feb ruary, 188], will be delinquent and advertised for sale at pnblic auction: and unless payment la made before, will be sold on Mondny, the 11th liny of March, 1981, ♦o rav the delinquent ••asessment, together with the cost of dver’Mng and expenses of sale. By ordrrof the Bum! of Dire tors. D R rHliHOl.M. x»>, retsry 0 T'Qj.—Kit.inm 6 and 7, No. 337 Pine street dan FfanOaoo, OsUfQCiUa. MISCELLANEOUS. ST. MART'S ACADEMYI SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. The academy is under the charge of the Slaters of the Holy Cross It la •>tnated tu a secluded, healthy location. Am ple grounds are attached for exercise. The building ta spacious and provided with modern improvement*. It aflorda ample ac commodation for a large number of boarders, besides tbe day school. Tbe Musical and Art Departments are con ducted on tbe plan of the best Conservatories and Art Schools in Europe. The Course of Muuy compr’aes all the branches of a thorough, solid an-l polite educa tion; and la such as to render the pupils intel ligent, useful and accomplished members of society. Wbie St. Mary’s possesses all tbe advantages of a first-class educational institution, the charges are moderate. French and Herman being included in the English course, form no extra charge. Pupils of all denominations received, and no interference with their religious belief. No special uniform required. Attached to the Academy la a separate build ing for little boys, boarders and day pupila. They receive the care and teachiug which their tender age and the confiding trust of their patents expect. For circulars, etc., address Bister Superior, as above. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS RENO, NEVADA. Miss Kate A. Sill, Principal. rpHF. ADVANTAGES WHICH THIS 8FMI jL nary affords are unxiiiiissHed by any school west of the Rocky Mountains. The charges are as low as in any school of the same grade. The Filth Year will Begin Thurs day, Aiignttl 26. 1680. •7" For admission or for circulars, address BISHOP WHITAKER. Jy 10 tf Virginia City, Nevada. Take More Nansens Medicine _BUT USB.... INJECTION ROUGE, An Infallible Preventive of and a Certain Cure for (Jonorrhen, I.iieorrliea and all Nom inal IHM(*liarK«‘M, So Mailer of How Long SI and I ug. SUFFICIENT TO CURE ANY CASE, IN A neat b<'X. including syringe, sent secretly, p>tckt-d from oi-8»rv*>ti«>n. Express charges p*id to »ny part of tbe United stab s on receipt of 95.00. It i* a certain cure in a few days. **Sevr Fall*.’* Compounded and sold by A. WELCH, chemist, Kuby Hill. Nevada. Make Postofiiceo ders payable at Eureka. Nevada MJLU HY ALL DRl GGISTb. J5 lm* RE-OPENING -OF THE - - City FloM Gallery. LOUIS MONACO THE PIONEER AND SUCCESSFUL ARTIST* NOTHING BUT THE BEST AND MOST LIFE-LIKE PICTURES Are taken at this Gallery, with all tbe latest Improvements of Apish and style. COPYING, either Plain or Finished, is Crayon Color, or Ink, made a specialty— Crayon work particularly. Also. ENLARGING or REDUCING, to any me desired, LOUIS MONACO, o9 Photographer and Proprietor. Hit York ffeekly Herald. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Thk circulation of this popular newspaper baa more than trebled dnrlug tbe past year. It contains all the leading uewa contained iu tbe Daily Herald, and is arranged In handy departments. The FOREIGN NEWS Embraces special dispatches from all quarters of the globe. Under the bead of AMERICAN NEWS Are given tbe Telegraphic Dispatches of the week, from ell parte of the Guioa. This fea ture aloue tuakea THE WEEKLY HERALD The most valuable chronicle in the world, as It Is the cheapest. Every week is givens faithful report of POLITICAL NEWS Embracing complete and comprehensive dis patches from Washington, including full re ports of the speeches nf eminent politicians on the questions of the hour. Th« Farm Department Of the Weekly Herald gives the latest as well mb the most practical snggeetiona and discover ies relating to the duties of tbe tanner, hints for Ratalug rattle. Poultry. Grain, Trees, Vege tables, etc., etc , with suggestions for keeping buildings and farming utensils iu repair. This la supplemented by a well.edited department, widely copied, under the head of THE HOME Giving recipes for practical dishes, hints for making clothing, aud for keeping up with the latest fashions at the lowest prices. Every item of cooking or economy suggested in this department is practically tested by experts be fore publication. Letters from our Paris and London corre*|.undent* on the very latest fashions. The Home Department of the Weekly Herald will save the housewife more than one hmidreg times the price of the paper. The in terests of SKILEED LABOR Are looked after, and everything relating to mechanic* and labor saving la carefully record ed. There la a pawe devoted to all the latest pk)H*e* of the business markets, crops, mer chandise. etc., etc. A valuable feature la found in the specially reported prices and conditions of the PRODUCE MARKET Spouting News, at home and thread. together with a Stobt every week, a Hkbmon by some eminent divine. Litkbamt. Musical, Dbamatic. Per oral and hka Notes There 1* no paper in the world which contains so much news matter every week as the Weeei.t Hebai.d, which Is eeut. postage free, for One Dollar. You can subscribe si any time. The New York Herald IN A WEEKLY FORM. One Dollar a Year. Addrao, New York llmtl.l, 4s»l Bre*dw»ir tod Aan tVwt, Nmr York. T ■ * EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL —A HD— JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Corner of Monroe anil Bateman Mt«. THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL IS A FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, And it thoroughly Identified with the beat in tereeta of the country, and all claaaea of tha people, from the MINER, or the MECHANIC, to the MERCHANT er_ BANKER. It gives the LATEST NEW8, both telegraphic and otherwise, from all sec tion* 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, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS, ELECTION TICKETS Printing, In Colon, Printing, Plain or Fancy, Priutiug in A I Mtyle ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK MINING STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OR THEATRICAL POSTERS! FLYERS, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BALL TICKETS, DODGERS, WEDDING CARDS, BU8INESS CARDS, LABELS TAGS, ETC. T H I EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL (E8TABLI8HED IN 1871), la published svery morning except Monday and Ita circulation la the moat general and extensive among mining aud business people, families, etc., throughout Eastern Nevada, and also In all the Pacific Coast Mates and Territories, which ren der* It the beet end MOAT EFFICIENT MEDIUM —FOB— MINING. BUSINESS ANO ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. BUSINESS BIX, PROFESSIONAL MIX, PRACTICAL MIX, An napectlullj Invited to a careful Inspection and crltlclam af our ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Everybody Reads It! No One la Fully Posted, or. Dp to the Times, WHO DOES NOT NEAD THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL » DXUVIBU) BY nn»i»i« Throughout Bunk* and Buby HU1. and rural.had by agauta In all localltla* In Baa tern Nevada. It la aant by mall to all part* of the oouutry sad tbe world. 1. SKILL MAN. GEO. W. CASSIDY CASSIDT A SKIUMAN, Proprietor.. MISCELLANEOUS. Nabob Bourbon. BEST IN THE WORLD. STRONGLY RECOMMENDED BY TMi MEDICAL FACULTY For all cases of Nervousness, Debility, Weak ness, Dyspspsis, Indigestion. Chills, Fever, etc. Slmmonds’ Medicated Nabob Whisky Consumers are referred to the following ex tract from the report f an analyst: “ Thia la pure barley and wheat spirit, remarkable In fragrant ethers, which impart a delicate aroma, at the aame time greatly lucreaali.g Its value as a diffusive stimulant. The solid residue con tains a large amount of tannin. derived from storing In Oaken casks, which imparts to flue old wkisky one oj Its valuable individual qual ities. The amount or residue proves the whis ky to be free from the excessive coloring and aweeteuinw so generally used in adulterating • n fact, in two words, NABOB is the PUREST WHISKY, and will not only supply a public want, now that whiskies are an generally adult erated, but will be of greatest value to physi cians in those numerous cases where pure whiskies are the most useful of remedies 1*. COOKE, M. D.’ Simmonds* Celebrated Nabob Whisky PUREST AND BERT FOR ALL MEDICAL AND FAMILY PURPOSES. R. SADLER & CO.f .8ole Agent* for Eureka county, Where the trade will be supplied by the bottle, gallon or ban el at 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 la highly rec ommended by the faculty in all caaea of Ner vousness. Weakness Debility, Dyspepsia, Indi geatl* n, etc. It Is uow introdu e<t to the public of the Pacific 8 ope, indors'd by the following rertifleat*-* of the euilueut Dr 8. Dana Hayes, Htate As-ayer of Massachusetts, and Dr. H. C. l.ouderbach, of St. Louis, both eminent in their profession. »nd which is a guarantee to all buyers of its purity and quality. I can show thousands of letters from persona from all parts of the Union and Canada, to tes tify to it* merits and the benefit it ha* afforded aa a family remedy and tonic, gold by all druggists and grocers in bulk, or by the case or bottle. •^COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTY AT TENDED TO. CAUTION.— None genuine unless labeled with my signature over theeork. O. SIMMOND8, bole Proprietor. Laboratory and Office, 4 State street, Boston, 8ept. 4, 1*73 — George 8immonds, Esq.; The sample marked •• Nabob Whisky," has been re ceived irorn you and analyzed with the follow ing result: It is of selected alcoholic strength, and free from anded flavoring oils, acids, met als, or other deleterious substances. The whisky is PURE, ot superior quality, and suit able for dletic and modi* Inal purposes. 8. DANA HAYES, State Asaayer of Massachusetts. 8t. Louia, Mo . September 26. 1878.—O. Him monds. Esq : 1 have been using your Nabob Whisky some time, and have no hesitation In aayiug that it is, without exception, the pur- *t article I have u»e«i, either medicinally or for family purposes. To many o» tuy patients who have been suffering from indigestion an t ner vous affectb ns. 1 ha' e prescrib'd Nabob Whis ky for their use. and I take pleasure In saying to you the effect baa been moat satisfactory. Please send me by express six cases. Yours, very truly, H. C. LOUDEKBACH, M. D. 200,000 cases Nabob Wldaky sold on the Pa cific Coast in the year 1880. Also soli! by Ikr. J. Nehnelder and W. H. Ktowell, Brnggists, Main fttreet, Nevada. n 16-3in Foreclosure of Lien. In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the Hate of Nevada, in and for the County of Eureka P. W. Eoff vs. J. A. Nesbitt and O. K. Nes bitt. IP. W. EOFF. DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE • that I have this day commenced an action iu (he above-entitled Court io foreclose a lien, amounting to $46 76, claimed by me upon the Delaware No 2 Mine, situated on the east side of Prospect Mountain. Eureka County, Nevada for work <ton* by me, as a miner, upon said mine during the months of October, Novem ber and D'cember, 1880. All persons holding or claiming liens under the provisions of the Act of the Legislature of the Bute of Nevede, entitled “An A* t to se cure liens to mechanic* and others and to re peal all other acta In relation thereto," ap proved March 2, 1*76, on said premises, are hereby notified to be ami appear in the above mentioned Court on Monday, the 7tb day of February, 1881, at the opening of Court on said day, then aud there to exhibit the proof of their said liens. p. W. EOFF. Aukxaxdeii WiLSOir. Attorney. Eureka, Nev . January 11. 1*81. jl2oaw3w B. T. Lacy. L. 0. Pan. PARKS A LACY, Ml Acuta tot BURLEIGH AIR COMPRESSORS —AND— Rook Diilling Machinery, PUTNAM MACHINE COMPANY. Too la and Strain EiwIum. Uaa. un ■ Engl lie* and Boilers. Holetiug and Yacht Engine*. Btraui Puxupa and Centrifugal Irri gating Pumps, ALWAYS OH IIA HD. 417 Markot Street, Ban PrancUoe, Oaltforula KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE! IN ®T0EE AND CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. The Cholcaat block of Groceries and Provisions Ever brought to Eureka. I aiu selling goods for leas money than any house In town. I pay no rent; Have n« expense ; Borrow no money; Buy and aell for caah; /. Paddle my own boat; Oota talks and Jaw-bone aquawka at H. R. HKNP’M. BARBER SHOP —ajtd— BATH HOUSE, Below the Poatofflee, one door north of Henry liud'a grocery store. ■BBBT cabby”.. ..Proprietor ^ PUREST OP HELP EMPLOYED, la EUREKA LODGING HOUSE FURNISHED ROOKS TO LET. MHO MORGAN HAH BT7ILT AND ELE* Ksntly furnished t lodging l ouse uext door south of the People's Heetaursnt, ><nel •treat. Rooms can now be secured, upon res* souable term*, by the dey, week or mouth. _*oreta. December 94. 1H80. d9Mf E. BELLINGER, M.E., ASSAY OPPIOE AT w. H. STOWELL’S DRUG STORE, HAIN STREET. „ »he etore Oiled aecuretely end promptly._ „g.ft Gentalaae Kaalrrn Titter For Knlr by the gallon, et KEMP'H. n94-tf H* vAL"m a n*• LrrTRRHKAM and Oarda, printed at Uie Rtmt,; nfflre at red moot nrlos Tt^L OF *•«. *»K AnTt’oSg il!z» FrihW to ordar at tha HOD. _MIBCELLANEQP8. •ar-The Unu rerrlug, turlav H«h .r the EMERSON, r (CO Cincinnati, Ohio. _ TOP-BUGGIES AND PHAETONS Brit material, good workmanship, ham). Some styles, strong and durable vehicles, in every respect. T«,000 (JRRUfiES ! Manufaotcked by emeus.)*, ft Co., are u»w In uae In ever/,”"111 me American Continent. y Van „i They give unfailing aatiafactlou. All n work la warranted. They have received ! tuoulala f, n. all p.rta of the cnuut„^,fU«‘ port almil.r to tbe following, hnudnikEUr are on ftle, aubjut to loapectlon : *of »BJch Meaara. Emeraon, Flalmr ft*Oo.—nlV g,*1 I have uaed one of your top-buggle. a” year., and three of them two y. are In n,v i h,e* ,h'V given m2 per,,‘firS? faction and are In cuuetant ua«. aatia. _OSCAK SMALLEY, „ „ Newbebbt. 8. C., July M lmo Meaara. Ooppock ft J..I,uaon_De.r glm have been Being the Emeraon ft Fiaher Wv. bought from yon, aa roughly, 1 a«ppoaa a?? one could. I had a fact horae; tfiw rull apced. aomellmea with two crown I'a," and myaelf in the buggy, aud It I. v « all the money I paid for It. 1 aav th.XT™ ft Fiaher bugglea will do. 3’*b* tn,««w A. M.TEAOPE. Farmer. The favorable reputation the carrl.se. h.. made In localltlea where they have l4„ t?! for aeveral year. by liverymen, phyaiclT? farmera and other., requiring bard endVouZS U.e h.a led to at, lncre.ae-1 den and from thSi localltlea, to meet which the lu»Dufm“tn?T facllltleaof their mammoth eatabllahlueJt hM. !ngo.o! .^le ' *“bU“* “■«“ Vi turn obl 360 Carriages a Week. SS^Send for atylea and Prtce.|lat. JM}] „ THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY 1» a never-ftihng Cure for Kenruui betdllty.Exhausted Vitality. tkmuaal Weakneas, Mpt-nua. lorrbu-a. I .OUT M A.VII04111, iD. potency. Pnralyaia, ami all tbe terrible effect* of Helf.Abue* yoiittiful folliea aud ei. oaaea lu mature* years—such aa !,<«• . ‘H tumal Emission. Aversion to Society. Dimnessof Vtaiou. Noteea lu the Head; the vital fluid panning unobserved in the urine, and many other diaeaaea that lead to Insanity and death. V>K. Ml XT IK will agree to forfeit Five llnn«lr«Ml Unlletr* fora cane of thia hind that the VII Al. KfrAToetA | It i: (under hi* special advice and treatmei.t) will not cure,o' for anything Impure or injurious found In 1C UK. M I .VTI K treats all Private LMaeaaeaencl cessfully without mercury 4 weenie I tisiloa Free. Thorough examination and advice, lu. eluding analysis of urlue,$A OU. price of % ||ji| Keeiornllve, $3 un a bottle, or four tiiu«4 tbe <jnautity. $10 U); sent to any address upoa receipt of price, or 0. O. D.. secure from ot» eervatloti. and In private name If desired A. K. MIATIK, M. I*. II U l>M. MIN ME M HO.KEY REMEDY, !» ECU HE t JCI N.rum.11 kind.of Kid nr. •nd bladder Oun.pl.>ut.. Oouurrba., 01r«t, l.eucorrbwa F<>r sale by all drugglats $1 UO a bottle, ati bottles for $ft 00. UK. MIMTIK'ft MAXMFI.IOX pi I,|a are the beat and cbea|tea| l»YK|*fr PA1A and Ml 1,1411 M cure In the market. Fori all drugglats. mrS-1; M I c l 4 T l Manufactured uni* under the above Trade Mark, by the EC HOPE* N HAL1CYL1CA ME1 CINE CO. uf Paris and Letptig. lMWKl>UTK ItKLIKr WahftAMTKD. PsEMaMN* Cum* Giaeaktkeu Now eacluaively us d by by all celebrated Pbyaiciatia uf Europe ana America. The highest Medical Academy of Part*. reports 95 cures outuf 100 caaea within three days. Kecret-The only ileaolver of pah aonuua Irle Ariel m hlrka eal*c« lu tli* llltMHl of Kbeiiniaile aauti tiauly Ps* (Iras I a. VUHED. VUHED CUtKlT\ H. H. Dewey. Esq., 301 Broadway. lulUnun* tory Rheumatism. J. Leavey. tao . 456 Washington Market, Chr<>uic Kbaumatlam. Mrs E. Towne, ttf Bast Ninth afreet (chalky formations In tits joints) Chronic Rheum* turn. *. M Pr.g.r, 74 Krwtrk ,r«ou». JerM, Oil, Chronic Kbemutttttu. John Y Chaml*erlain, Eaq.. Washington Club Waehtuirton. D C., Rheumatic Gout. Wm E. Arnold, Eaq., 1 Weyh-aaet a treat Providence, h. 1., of twenty years* Chronic Rheumatism. John B. Turngate. 100 Ranches street, Baa Francisco, Neuralgia and Relative. For MaUtrUtl, lutmnitirut nnd C'krcaf CkiUs, or Ay ms. SALICYLIC* IS A CERTAIN CURE, kuprnr>lln, rnllrrl, l»»«- iw of Nwl* phnlr «.f 4|ulnlHr. M 44 Will Mill ru4 thr fMrn, but will »rhlr»r» JtAIHVAI. VI UK. will...ul Kill »■ 4b* lnran«rul»na,ua Iruublrr,rlslt| Irvin QUININE. S1 a box, six boxes for 85 Bant it— by Mall an racelpt of money. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT but -taka no Imitation or atibetttnte, as our Ball cyllcs (copy righted) la guaranteed to rail at# or mouey refunded, and will be delivered ties on receipt of orders, by calling on or address lug EUROPEAN SALICYLIC IvIEXDIOIInJE OCX, 313 Bromiasy, ear. Bullosa MrfS* (BA aeon tin I l«l lug). A. Y. tartly C. W. CRANE, PURCHASING AGENT, established ih wit. PERSONS RESIDING AWAY FROM Fraud aoo, in want of anj article of cbaudia*. great or aUAell, can have their O'dsrt filled promptly, ami at the very loweet caw prices, by addressing the undersigned. 0. W CRANE, 818 Pine Street, Room 89, ban Francisco. Oil* Eureka. July 34. WHO. Jyv6-tf NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ; WE. THI undersigned, hava thla day sold our right title and Interest, account* dus ui, ets., In ths Livery. Feed and Sale Satbl#*® South Main atreet, Eureka, to A. M. HUlhonM* MOORE BBOb. Eureka, Navada, Not. 1. 1880. Regll A Waldvogel’i D AIB Y‘ PURE MILK AND CREAM I SERVED IN ANT QUANTITY TO oastotuara. Persons wlsUlnf Milk or Orssin. osn »»urI Iks driver, of oar wsnons. RtOLI A waldvouel. Baraks. No..toher 1# 1H7B THE EUREKA SENTINEL Hirst Mr. J. H Bates’ Aitvertt.ln* 41 Park Row. (Times Building) New York,*” la authorized to contract for adTertlslog anhnrrlptlnn* tothl* paper.__ f CC swsek Id your owd towo. Twrnfsh* E 3>OU I* nutet free. A (litre*. H. H»U*rr « Go,. Portland W.fne Par* Old Irish wad •4^'gjtfl Brtt*BM4MW«»tlM.« OS’*