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Eureka Quilt) Sentinel.
THE DREXLER INDIGENT BILL An Act Amendatory of and ftupple m**ntary loan Act till it led. “An Art to ('reate a Board or romity 4om*iii**loper* In tlic never nl Couaitie* of till* Htate, aiad lo De fine Their Dutlo* and Power*. * The People of the State of Nevada, rep resented in the Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : Section 1. Section four of said Act is hereby amended so as to read as follows : •• Section 4. If at any time after the final adjournment of a regular meeting the busi ness of the County shall require a meeting of the Board, a special meeting of the same may be ordered by any member of the Board. The Order rdtall be entered on the records of the Board, and the Clerk shall give notice of such special meeting and the time thereof to any member of the Board not joining iD the order.” Sec. 2. No County Commissioner in this State shall have power or privilege to make any advance to any indigent or in firm or other person or persons, except the sick as a charity, under any pretext what ever, of any money, credit, security, mer- j ebaudise or other valuables, for any pur pose, until the same shall have been passed upon and allowed at a meeting of the Board. Sec. 3. No County Commissioner or Board of County Commissioners in this State shall have power to make any appro priation or payment of any money, mer chandise or other valuable to any indigent poor, infirm, or other person or persons, except the sick as a charity, unless the ; same shall have been previously recom mended as necessary by two or more pro perty taxpayers of the county. The re commendation must be in writing, and signed by two or more property taxpayers of the county, and passed upon, and pay ment authorized by the Board of County Commissioners at a meeting of the Board, Sec. 4. No County Commissioner or Board of County Commissioners in this State shall have power to make any appro priation or payment of any money, mer chandise or other valuable to any sick per son or persons, unless the same shall have been previously recommended in writing as necessary by a resident of the county. Sec. 5. No claim of any Commissioner for payment, allowance or advance of any money, merchandise or other property, to any indigent poor, infirm or sick person or persons, shall b^ allowed or paid, unless presented and authorized as provided in Sections 3 and 4 of this Act. Sec. 6. It shall be duty of the Board of County Commissioners to keep on file in the County Clerk’s office all recommenda tions mentioned in Sections 3 and 4 of this Act, and the same shall be open to inspec tion to any resident of the county. Sec. 7. If the Board of Commissioners in any County.iu this State, or any member of any Board, shall violate any provisions of this Act, such member or members so violating shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars or less than fifty dollars, and shall be liable for any loss, damage or expense sustained by the County in con sequence of such violation. Sec. 8. This Act to take effect in any County in this State having polled more than fifteen hundred votes at the last Gen eral Election in 1880. Approved February 14, 1881. State of Nevada, ) Secretary’s Office. j 8 I, Jasper Babcock, Secretary of the State of Nevada, do hereby certify that the foregoing iH a true, full and cor rect copy of the original of an Act amendatory of and supplementary to an Act entitled, “An Act to create a Board of County Commissioners in the several Counties in this State, and to define their duties and powers,” on file in my office. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of State. Done at office in Carson City, Nevada, this 7th day of March. A. D. 1881. [seal.] JASPER BABCOCK, Secretary of State. Published by order of Board of County Commissioners of Eureka County. A. W. CAMPBELL, Chairman. Iusure Your Property. F. B. Alderson, representing the JEtna, Hartford Connecticut and other compa nies, gives immediate insurance in Board companies by writing policies on applica tion. thus avoiding the dangers of delay in getting policies from San Francisco. * Fifty Reams No. 1 full size letter paper for sale at $3 per ream, at Schneider’s Drug Store. * The best “bit” cigars in town are the “Owl,” “Trariata” any Pumariega, for ■ale at the P. O. Cigar Stand. * Davidson has just received an immense invoice of “ Owl ” cigars. They are fine.* Grape brandy for mince meat; raisins, citron, currants, pumpkin dour, Cape Cod oanberries and new buckwheat Hour, just to hand, at T. R. Hutchinson & Co.’s All the fixings for mince meat, fresh, and for sale cheap, at T. R. Hutchinson A Co.'s “ Old Judge ” cigarette tobacco, fresh supply received every week by Davidson*at the P. O. Cigar Stand. ■ * Annual Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Phenix 8 lver Mining Company, for the election of a Board of Trustee*! io serve the ensuing \ear, and for such other business as may properly come be fore the meeting, will be held at the office of the Company, Rooms 6 and 7, No. 327 Pine street, on Monday, the Fourth Day of April, 1981, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. Transfer booVs will close Friday, the first day of April, at the hour of 2 p.m. ALEXANDER FORBES, President. D. B. Chisholm, Sec. pro. tern. mhltftd Assessment Notice. Albion consolidated mining com P«ny. Locatiou of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Locat-ou of works. Eureka Mining District. State of Nevada Notice is hereby gtven, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Sixteenth day of March, Ihmi, k1, assessment (No 6) of tw**uty cents per share was levied upon the cap ital stock of the corporation, payable immedi ately, in United 8tates gold coin, to the 8ecre tary, at the office of the coiupauy. Rooms 6 and 7, No. J27 Pine street, San Francisco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Twenty-second day of April, 1881, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction: and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Muudsy, the fllxteenth Day of May, 1881, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary. OrriCE—Rooms 6 and 7, No. 327 Pine street, San Francisco, California. mhl9td FOB SALE. HOUSE 1 D LOTS. This property is situated on mon. roe street, two lots north of the residence of B. Sadler, and constats of a Null* 11 Wooden Building and 2 Lota, Having s frontage of 84*100 feet. The owner la desirous of disposing of the property Imme diately. and will sell It cheap. For particulars Inquire of od Dit. MEN LEE, Chinatown. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. * R. SADLER & CO. Nortn Main street, EUREKA, - - NEVADA. ..../> K A L HU 8 IN.... General Merchandise, GROCERIES, 9 . AND. PROVISION © ! CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE AND TINWARE. A FULL LINE .OF THE. LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER AOE3VTS FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES, FOREIGN AMD HOME. .Also, Agent* for the. CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, .AND. HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I floods delivered to all parta of town, free of charge. J. C. BOTI1IN. B. SADLER. Eureka, January 14, 1H80. janlfi tf , FOR SALE, MATERIAL FOR A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER JOB OFFICE. NO 4. WASHINGTON HAND-PRESS, (GOOD AB NBVT), BREVIER, OR MINION, AND NON PAREIL TYPE, CABINET, NEWSSTANDS, CASES, IMPOSING STONE, CHASES, ETC. A BARGAIN. FOB FURTHER INFORMATION IN QUIRE AT THE EUREKA SENTINEL OFFICE. HEluIO'VBID. MR. E.TeUHN’S TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, Has been removed to the room formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton, next door to Joe Booa' butcher shop, on eouth Mein •treat, where he la prepared to do a general TAILORING BUSINESS. Gleaning, repairing and altering new anlta done neatly and expedltioualy. SOT Chargee very moderate. Thankful for past favora, I hope for a con tinuance of the *ame. £. Ktl’HN, Eureka, Nov. 30. 1880. dl-tf JAMES M. SMITH, CORONER, KureltM.Nevada. Residence Weat aide Monroe Street, fourth door North or the old Stone Hoepltal. Jarttf ABVKKTINE ■ If THE rpreh a Sunni, the oeet advertiling medium in Baa ter a Bavada. WHITS SDLPHDH SPRINGS Elko, Nevada. MRS. J. JJURREI'IIT, *4 FTEB HAVING BY A THOROUGH TEST lm, of expert* nee. having proved that tha waters of these Springs are a certain cure for All Rheumatic Complaints, Nervous Debility, aud all Diseases con tracted from contact with the Fumes evolved from Nrael ttnir Furnaces, As Well as Lung Diseases, I have at great expense fitted up mv establish ment for the accommodation of REGULAR IN VALID BOARDERS. What la known aa Lead Disease has received a permanent cure iu a few days' time. Room* have been fitted up and nicely furnished as LADIES’ BATHING APARTMENTS. THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS are situa ted about one mile and a half from the town of Elko, aud a heck la always lu attendance to convey passengers to aud from this Favorite Bathing Resort. My terms are : Single Baths, 50 oents ; sin gle bathe, including ride to and from town, 75 ceuta. Regular boarders, including free rides to and from town, •14 per week. febi3-3m NHN. J. J. UABBKC'HT. R. P. McDANIEL WILL FURNISH Information Concerning Mines Tnaaisnct Mining Business For Eastern parties, or any one desiring his services. MR. MrDANIEL 18 AN OLD RESIDENT of Eastern Nevada ; la thoroughly fa miliar with titles to mining claims ; baa effect ed many sales of valuable properties In thla and adjoining districts. Those dealring hia advice or aid will find him prompt, correct, aud charges moderate, by a dressing or calling en R. P. MoDANIEL, ■8-tf Eureka. Nevada. EUREKA Real Mate & Collection ipcy, MINING BUREAU, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 'I'RANSACTR A GENERAL REAL ESTATE I and Collection Business ; Draws and Ac knowledges Instruments ; Examines Titles ; Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate ; Examines and Reports upon Mine*; Collects Kents ; and. in fact, wit) attend to any legiti mate businesa In which there is a fee E. J. BUTLER. Office In Bknttnbl building. Eureka, Nev. ft?* Refers to auy and all the business man of F.ureka Eureka, Oct. 96. 1880. o97-tf Delinquent issnt Notice. TO J. II. 1,1'KKMW..—YOU ARE HERE by notified that I have performed work on the Hidden Treasure Mine, situated in Eureka Mining District. Eureka Oountv. State of Ne vada. from January. 1879, to Januarv, 1881, amount'll* to forty dollars in Gold Coin of the Tnited States of America, for your interest of 400 feet in said mine, and that unless you p*v said amount wtbin ninety days after the publication of this n<‘t'ce. your interest in said mine will become my property by law. W. H. COLLINS. Kursk*, January T, 1861. jao8-90d THB EVERY SATURDAY! IS THE Best Newspaper FOB THE Miaor, MercDaat! lecMnic ...OF.... EASTERN NEVADA! IT 18 ALSO Tlie Most Mb Journal TO SEND ABROAD To the Various 91 ini nit: Camps of the Paelfle Coast, aud to the People of the Cast. IT IS A Perfect Compendium OF NEW8. It contains Everything of Interest that Transpires in the Minlner Fields of the Pacific Coast. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS. Price, - - $5 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. ORDERS FROM 1BJ.1GKRT (IMPS SOLICITED. Dally and Weekly Senlinel. Nabob Bourbon. BEST IN THE WORLD. STRONGLY RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY For *11 case* of Nervousness, Debility, Weak ness, Dyspapsia, Indigestion. Chills, Fever, etc. Simmonds’ Medicated Nabob Whisky. Consumers are referred to the following ex tract from the report <>f an analyst : •* This ia pure barley and wheat spirit, remarkable in fragrant ethers, which impart a delicate aroma, at the same time greatly Increasing its value as s diffusive stimulant. The solid residue con tnins a large amount of tannin, derived from storing in Oaken casks, which imparts to fine old wkisky one of its vsluable individual qual ities. The amount of residue proves the whls- j ky to bo free from the excessive coloring and sweetening so generally used in adulterating. < In fact, in two words, NABOB is the PUREST WHISKY, and will not only supply a public want, now that whiskies are so 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. O. COOKE, M. D.’ Simmonds’Celebrated Nabob Whisky PUREST AND BEST FOR ALL MEDICAL AND FAMILY PURPOSES. R. SADLER & CO., Sole Agents for Eureka county, Where the trade will be supplied by the bottle, gallon or barrel at the same price and terms aa can be got from Kentucky. Has been aold In all the Eastern States, and gives universal satisfaction. It l* highly rec ommended by the faculty in all cases of Ner vousn* ss, Wi ukness. Debility, Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, etc. It is now Introduced to the public of the Pacific s ope, indorsed by the following certificates of the eminent Dr. S. Dana Hayes, State Aa«ayerof Massachusetts, and Dr. H. C. I.ouderbach, of St. Louia, both eminent in their profession, and which is a guarantee to all buyers of its purity and quality. I can show thousands of letters from persons from all parts of the Union and Canada, to tes tify to its merits and the benefit it has afforded as a family remedy aud tonic. Sold by all druggists aiid grocers in bulk, or by the esse or bottle. •^COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTY AT TENDED TO. CAUTION.— Non© genuine unless labeled with my signature over the cork. G. SIMMONDS, Sole Proprietor, Laboratory and Office, 4 State street, Boston, ! Sept. 4. 1873.—George Simmonds, Esq.: The ! sample marked “ Nabob Whisky." has been re I ceived from you and analyzed with the follow ing result: It is of selected alcoholic strength, »nd free from aoded flavoring oils, acids, met als. or other deleterious substances. The whisky is PURE, of superior quality, and suit able for dietie and medicinal purposes. S. DANA HAYES. State Asssyer of Massachusetts. St. Louis, Mo , September 2f», 1878.—G. Sim uioiids, Esq.: I have been using your Nabob Whisky some time, ami have no hesitation In saying that it is, without exception, the purest article I have used, either medicinally or for family purposes. To many of my patients who have been suffering from indigestion and ner vous affections, 1 have prescribed Nabob Whis ky for their use. and I take pleasure in ssying to you the effect has been most satisfactory. Please send me by express six cases. Yours, very truly, U. C. LOUDERBACH, M. D. ‘200,000 cases Nabob Whisky sold on the Pa cific Coast in the year 1880. Also ftoltl by l)r. J. ftcl*iiei«it»r and H. II. Ktonell, Drngghta, Main N tree I, Nevada. nlC-Sm ST. MARYS ACADEMY SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. The academy is under the charge of the Sisters of the Holy Cross. It ia situated in a secluded, healthy location. Am ple grounds are attached for exercise. The building la spacious and provided with modern improvement#. It affords ample ac commodation for a large number of boarders, besides the day school. The Musical and Art Departments are con ducted on the plan of the beat Conaervatorlea and Art Schools in Europe. The Course of Study comprises all the branches of a thorough, solid and polite ©dues tlun; and la auch aa to render the puplla intel ligent, useful and accomplished members of society. Whie St. Mary'a possesses all the advantage# of a first-class educational institution, the charges are moderate. French and German being Included In the English course, form no extra charge. Puplla 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 puplla. They receive the care and teaching which their tender age and the confiding trust of their parents expect. For circulars, etc., address Slater Superior, aa above. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS RENO, NEVADA. Miss Kate A. Sill, Principal. The advantages which this semi. nary afford* are unsurpassed by any school wsst of the Rocky Mountains. The charges are as low as In any school of the same grade. Th© Flftli Tear will Beglu Thin*, day, August 36. 1880. tBT For admission or for circulars, address BI8H0P WHITAKER. Jy 10 tf Virginia City, Nevada. J. B. LANGSTROFF Merchant Tailor ! Two doors North of the Western Union Telegraph Office, North Main Street, - Eureka Has just received and keeps con stantly on hand a new and well selected stock of the latest patterns of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Which he will make up in the latest styles, and i l( Prices to salt the limes. fBTAlteration and repairing will be promptly attended to. Eureka, September 30,1880. s21tf PATENTS Obtained for our new inventions, or for lm pruveiuents in old ones. Caveats, Infringe, msuts, Trade-marks, and all patent business promptly attended to. INVENTIONS %THAT HAVE BEEN RE JECTED may still, In most cases, be patented by us. Being opposite the U. 8. Patent office, and engaged iu PATENT BUSINESS EXCLU SIVELY, we can secure patents in less time than those who are remote from Washington. When inventors send model or sketch, we make search in the Patent Office, and advise as to its patentability vkkk or chabok. Corres pondence confidential ; fees reasonable ; and TAlNEl)Ah0E UNLE^S PATRNT I8 OB We refer, by permission, to the City Post muster, and to the Superintendent of the Post office Mouey Order Division in Washington. For special references, circular, advice, terms et '., address C A. SNOW & Co., n3Stf Opposite Patent Office Washington, D C. j BARBER SHOP —AND— BATH house, Below the Postoffice, one door north of Herjry Kind’s grocery store. HENRY (AftEY.Proprietor #F*»*§T OF HELP EMPLOYED. ^Gi n 90-In* CCC ^ In your own town. Terms end gr&bSffS;: Add”“« ‘ THIS PAPER MAT BB ro™V OS FILK i mu i Arc,a at 0w) p yioweH * Co'B Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Rpruce St.) where advertising contracts may he mad« for It Is NEW YORK WATCHMAKERS AND JEWBLER8. THE OLDEST ....AMD TH2C LEADING JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT _or.... Eastern Nevada. P. STELER, Watchmaker, MANUFACTURING JEWELER -AMD DIAMOND-SETTER, Malm atmt, Eureka. Her.. Has just ueceived and keeps con stantly on hand a new and wall selected stock of tb. latest patterns of FINE J E W E L, E Y! DIAMONDS. Cold and Sliver Watches, WT'Gold Ohaina, very fine Jewelry, allUV •olid gold, of all kinds; solid silver plated ware, and CLOCKS, (j Of every description ; all of which he guarantees to be of the B^ A. best quality, and warranted as CR&tm represented and which he ofTersCHiv to sell at 25 per cent, less than any other house in Eastern Nevada. Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave and Convex SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES. Please call and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Price* tr suit the times. Nperial attention paid to Flue Wntrliwork. Fine Watches and Clocks repaired, cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order and repaired. All orders from the country promptly attended to. P. NTI.LER. Eureka, April 30, 1880. mayl tf ED. WILHELM, CHRONOMETER WITCH AND CLOCK MAKER. Jeweler and Optician, WHITTON’S BUILDING, K.ep. oon.t.utl; on hunt . v.U .elected Mock of Sr.t-clu. WATCHES, CLOCKS! • JEWELRY. -AND OPTICAL GOODSI -and Bj Law Price* wad atrletly Houeal dawlluy wlU make kla «a. tabllakmeat the Xalaoo de roaflaaee or Eareka, TWENTY YEARS’ EXPERIENCE. «r Twenty year*’ experience in the very ft ret ohronometer, watch and clockmakiug estab lishment. of Dresden. Paris, London, Shanghai. Yokohama and San Francisco, a complete set of machinery necessary for the manufacture and repair of all kinds of time-keeping Instru ments, combined with the fact that! refund any money If 1 ever should fall to give entire satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none but first-class work will leave my hands. _ EDW. WILHELM. Sureka, February 10,1880. fll-tf. J. STRAUS. IN ROSENHEIM'S CIOAR STORE, MAIN STREET. EUREKA WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND Engraver. Repairing of watches, £\ Jewelry, and Engravlim done In a F *"4 workmanlike manner. English watch repairing a specialty. Eureka. Aug. 0. 1880. augA-tf Stan, Hyde & Company SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House oo the Coast Ptelflo Oout A*.tit. far th. Oelabratud "W EBBK PIANOS ■—AMD— Estey Oreo ns. If snnfsctarers of tbe SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO For Brass Instruments, sheet is/rcrexo. And mrytklii In lha Hut* Lisa addrau SHERMAN, HYDE 4 00.. SAN FRANCISCO Piano* and Organ* Sold on Pair Term*. 8b**t Made Depot .1 ■•nil H. Jompli'. Ualiiea Buie MUf Man, Baraka. _MIBCELI.ANlkOin, **‘Th* Urrnt Carriage »». Inrlug House «r ,Ue Wor|fJ "Bfc* EMERSON, ~ mo Cincinnati, Ohio. T0P-8UG6IES AND PHAETONS BmI mil,nil, M wsrkmanikj, Somt *W«. strong and durable vehicles, in every reaper!. 70.000 mmmi MAAl,0?CTURED BY S-S1EKHON ri»,u work?. S^SU"A "SS?"0-■. *s .hei, mouiala fr.im all part* rece,Vtd t»sti port similar totlle1fullJwintfhhl^n?Dt^y, of pur see on file, snbjec.V. |0nWe'peKci!‘r.Ured*“T*tlcl Messrs. Emerson,'ruhii*I^nl» 1'«• «* I have used one of your A0SC'D**r «>r» years, and three of them two vt.ri f* ** lli™< stable, and they have given mirt,,a “yUveij faction and are In constant um PMf*ct *w _08CAK 8MALLEV Messrs. OopJ^'k*** hive been using the Eiumm i " Wn : bought from you, is rough's b'‘*« oneconhl. I had a fast hbi.. "eP|WM’“ *"J full Speed, sometimes with b,“ 11 snd myself in the buggy, aim lu- P“.wn all the money 1 paid Ki lt V!.i ,^d»Jr »orth & Fisher buggies will do. . theEnj,ri;,r A. M. TEA Org Far mi, Tli© favorable reputation th© made in localities ihere the^hsvs b£? b*,l for several years by liverymen °*d farmers and others, requiring hard and™6*10*’ use, has led to an InchedVm.u“fZ'^1 localities, to meet which the muinfSi?4 facilities of their mammoth ©stab) iahmunn!^' SS5S!?’ eB‘bllB‘ 360 Carriages a Week. WBeud for styles and Price-list, jugtf THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I* • never.failin, Cur* for Nmoo. DeblUty.lifeuMrt Vitality Bemin.l Weakueas, Unarm., torrhwa, UMf MANHOOD,I Potancj, Parelyti,. *!ul all the terribl, effects of Belf-Abuu youthful folUMuf excesses In miturei - „ , —years—aucb ai i,ou of Memory, Laaaituda. Nocturnal Emlulona Aversion to Society, Dlmueaa of Vlalou Nolo.' In the Head; the vital fluid paaalng unobserved In the nrlne, and many other diaeaaea that lr»d to Insanity and death. nK.JHINTIK will agree to forfeit rite II li nil red hel liarw f or e ceee of thla kind ibat the VITAL ftlATiiHATn t: undwbu special advice end treatment) wtll not cure o' for anything Impure or Injurious found In i! I»H. MI Nf I r. treats ell Privets Dl.euea.no ceeefully without mercury, t on.'-1tatloa Frew. Thorough examination an vice In. eluding analysis of urine, 14 00. 1 • . , vi’ul Kealorallir. til (X) a hoT ,.r Uui„ the quantity, *10 OO, sert to cuy address opoi receipt of price, oi , O. D., secure Ima ob. eervetlon, end ir, private nun, If desired, A. K. HIM IK, M. It. II Uenriiy M. San Francisco, _*»**1** * * «II»NEF HEMED1, NLI'IIHM il i ..I.curesell kinds of Kidney and 1 a .,r Complaints. Oonorrbosa, Oletl Leuco ,.iea Tor sals by all druggists II 00 a hottl, . six bottles for *4 00. ItK. MINTIE'N DANDELION Ml.l> are the beet and cheapest DTNFEPMIA end BILIOI N cure In the market. Fori ftll druggists. mrH; I S^c^L'fAA *" ** BURE CURE. Manufactur'd oulv nnd*r the shove Trsds Mark, l) Hu EUROPEAN BaLICYLICA MEDI* CINE CO., of Paris and Leipzig. Immediate Rklixt Waaeaeted, Pebmaexk' Cuxe Oi'AXAKTKKD. Now azcluslvsly usvd bv by all celebrated Physicians of Europe znfl A inert cb. Tbs highest Medical Academy ol Pirls, reports 9ft cures out of 100 cases within three days. Nscret-The only desolver sf pul* •onous Uric Acid which exists In Iks Hlood of Ittieumoitc and Wssiy P»* tleiala. CUBED. CUBED 0VDKD H. 8. Dewey, Esq., 301 Broadway, Inflamnis tory Rheumatism. J. Iaswvey, Esa., 466 Washington Msrt'-t, Chronic Rheumatism. Mrs. E. Towns. 08 East Ninth itrast (chalk) formations In the Joints). Chronic Buettms ttsm. ▲. M. Prsger, 74 Nswsrk svsnus. Jscssy 011) Chronic Rlisumatlsm. M John F. Cbeiuberlaln, Esq,, Washington Club Washington, D. C-, Rhsumstlc Goat. Win, E. Arnold, Esq., 1 Weybosset rtreet Providence, R. I., of twenty years' Chronic Rheumatism. . John B. Turngete, 1U0 Benches street, »*« Francisco, Neuralgia and Bciatlc*. Tor Malarial, intermittent and CAnml Fowl, Chills, or Agus, SALICYUCA IS A CERTAIN CURE. ■npenedlag eillNly the uae of Bui plintr oi tflsaliiiiae, aaai II will not Mil cut the fewera, but will • RADICAL CVRD, wlllaoul nuy *1 »• Inromrulraces mad troubles arUI« from QUININE. 81 a box, six boxes for 85 Bent free by Mall ea receipt of money ASK T0UB DRUGGISTFOBIT but take no imitation or substitute, as oil’ Wj oyllcs (copyrighted) Is guaranteed toiwliw* or money refunded, and will be deUvsrsq nt$ on receipt of orders, by calling on or adores* EUROPEAN SALICYLIC IvIBIDIOIlSrE OO., Ilia Broadway, for. Fulton Btreei (Hmx BulldluNI, *• T. mr4-ly __ C. W. CRANE, PURCHASING AGENT, ESTABLISHED in 1*12. PERSONS RESIDING l WAT JWJX JiJ! Franctaoo, In want of any «***••“* cbandlaa, great or amall, can bora *&•*' ^ filled promptly, and at the very l0*** price*, by addressing the nnderelgned 0. W. OBANE, . 818 Pine Street, Boom 89, Ban FrMM^jOO-c Eureka. July 84, 1880. JyiP_* Assay Office MOELLER A BOBBINS HAVE GOT BACK TO T??Mt,.«Lfornn flea, In Dick Ryland • balldlng, corner of Bateman and Buel atreata. where 7 be happy to aee their old cuitomere. . Eureka, Oct. 7.1880. _— Reel! A Waldvogels DAIRY PURE BILK MO CREM! Q1BVKD IN ANT QDANTITT TO «p " Parnoua* wlThtng Milk or 0»«n. »•» Ihadnr.raof otrnj®; „ wwj>vooKL Kureka. November 1* ,HTR__ __ THE EUREKA SENTINEL fllaat Mr. J. H Bataa' AdrertlalngAg^ 41 Park Row. (Tlmaa BtUldlng) N« I ia authorised to contrset for *dv subscriptions totbls psper.__ —— ff PP s week in yonr wImj*'* * 5>bb l« outfit free. AdAr*« H. Bat. no.. Portland. Main® ___ to* pkintin«*;*>^A.',l.lwi aoriptlona, aaaentad V*‘“ daapatch at th Snmsn OMaa