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DAILY INDEP liJN O i
VOL. XXj^4 J*g%NEVADA, MONDAY. JANUARY 25, f?t?7. ^ ^2^"
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DAILY INDEPENDENT
*r. w. so^H|tjE|r junior *** Pro
prietor.
AN EVENING PAPElt. f 1
Issued erory day, Sundays exceptedJS j
SUBSCRIPTION itATES.
?no Copy, one year...? tt?
One Copy, six monthy; f 00
V or any period under six tnontiuT, one dollar
ser month. Payabld in advanoe.
Delivered by carrier in Elko at twenty-fly#
?sits per week
ADVERTISING KATES.
Will be made as low as is consisted! with
sound business principles. Ap^lJ fttbb of
WEEKLY IMDEPEMDERT.
Published every Sunday and sent to any aa
tress, (postage paid), at the following rates,
payable In advanoe.
One year - M 00
Six months t Bo
For any period under six months, fifty oents
per month.
Entered at Elko, Nevada, Pustoffioe for
transmission through the malls as second
?lass mall matter.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
C. C. Richards J. H. Mat-Millan
RICHARDS SJiACMlLLAJS,
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Rttorneys-flt-Uaui,
OGDKN - - - - .UTAH.
OFFICE:?Utah Jxtan & Trust Co.
Building, Rootn^ 305, 306, and 3Q7.
Will practice in all the courts
of Nevada.
ALPEED OHaOTZ.
attorney -AT- LAW
0AES0N, NEVA PAl
C. J. HOOD,
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Thysician and 4Stirfleon.
ELKO, NEVADA
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Eklo Ooauoll No. 10 A. F. A., meet* the
?#oond oj:d fourth Saturdays of each month
g. Mcdowell, el d.
Oradoate) of Ohio Medleal Co]leg*, Cinolay
7 . natl. Ohio. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Huto, : : i Nevada.
Witt attend *11 call*?day or night. Day
James Brain,
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ULKO \ ? NEVADA1
?Dealer in? !
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Harness, Bridles Saddles,
r?*nn*m tm, mm
h*r?et2s. ?MSP?
R*Sfrmg promptly attend#xl k.
rM<4fll of all the leading sewing ma
HBnee ooneiaatljr on hand.
*r.Kin* roa *)me ffuMVKA Susnnroaa
cmiereiai -
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ELKO, NEVADA. j
j Ll Hards
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COMFORTABLE . .
.r. . ROOMS.
FINE TABLE.
, tjpn# but th?? Flnwt
Viffpa.
LIQUOK8
AND CIO ARB
Sold over the Bar
t
Prices to silt thsj times. &The uatrua i?e.-o
the triTe}lnf public 1? solicited.
Hay & Feeti Stable
' suQter & lyiion,
-Propiletors of the?
Sle M?l Mi
?fife *
BEEF. VEAL.1 POKK, MUTTON
SAUSAGE, aqd JH^sQGifA.
At or Jtetjrtl at
The Lowest Prices
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A i orders on the line or the O. P. R. ft
promptly filled at Elko.
?ALSO DlUtSM IK ?
s.FRE^H-.
FAMILY
GROCERIES***^
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< JO NFEOTIONERY,
FRUITS.
PTC.
ALSO
wm> rmcea. vpes
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-ItoDQlMtartt of aad DMl?rli>
Harness ^nd SIsMafcV
la rraporad to m**R ^ "
VAQUKftQ UDDLKI TO OKUKR
varrps, 5PUS9, aom .nuwirra
BIATAB.a?? MtXlO
lioiiiuntljr on hood.
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?TEKPAXBINO PROHTLY DONE.
Collection Agency.
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I ado mod by the) Loading Finns of the
OoMt.
What 1st
The INTER-STATE COMMERCIAL
AND COLLECTION AGENCY.
, Send; your slowiaocounta to thom^forfooi
eotion.
? Office; 910 Fifth Street/ Sacramento, Cal
Don't delay. Call at onee and let as have
your business
WARNING TO VAGRANTS.
Bt order ol the Board'.of County Gornmla
?loners all-male persons-having the ptiyai
p%l ability to work, oonyiotod of vagrancy
spd imprisoned op ? wigwent therefor^
?gall be required o perform labor on the
public' works, buildings, grounds and!war
of Elko oounty. Uii:-;
Attest:
1JOHN HENDERSON
Oounty Clerk^flJ
By. W. r*ATTBKSON.'
Denuty Clerk.
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nu YOUR BILLS.
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By -order of tbo Board of County Oommls
sloner*, all bills egainst the County to be
aoted upon by the Board, must b filed onor
before the Saturday Immediately preoodlng
the Monday upon which the Board meets,
otherwise the bills will not be aoted upon
us til the next meeting of the Board."' CUT-W
Attest: JOtfK HENDERiON
County Olet*.
By w Patterson, Deputy. T
Oate* March 2 1906.
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S. E. CUNEY,
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SHAVING ?...
HAIB ODTTIlfq-.
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JL J, PULLMAN,
?inn cosmos To i? Off
~-M- L PgttsrsooS,
Undertaking
Busin jss,
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Vflll beep constantly nu "haad all k>of??|o
COFFINS
METAIiJLilO OABBB
CASKET
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K y E H Y T II IN 3
?PtrUlnia* tothe ?
u?9BB?AKq>o pyaprase
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PURIAL [ROBES
W ON IX AWT> On ILOIRF I
At Un^AWM1
SnlHI- Proposal*.
^p7l^ed1,by*tbe
Board ?bf County Commissioners of
Elk* oopty.^wit:
For the ^urial of all the uidigent
persons'who may &? i n the County
- Hospital, qr. in the town qf.Elko, for
the ensuing two years-oorameccing
: February 1, 1897, and ending Feb
ruary 1,1899.|
i For a physician to act] aa~Oounty
Physician fqr the ensujng two fyears.
For. a person to act as. Steward of
the|Cq|iqty Hospitaljfor the"ensuing
-two years.
For a person to aot as'fjanitor for
the Courthouse qpd Jail for the
ensuing twa years.
To do the ^County Printing~for
Blko county* a* required by law, for
the ensuing two years.
f^SJaid proposals to be tiled with the
Glqrkof the Board* on orj before 9
o'qlpplra. m. February 1,1897.J
; The J^oard* resprvee the right ^to
reject any or 3)} bids.
. A.. MOBkiok,
*|Clerk.
"
IN at ice of Reward/
Whereas, It has come to thoVper
eonal knowledge of the County Com
mieaioueraof this County, that one
Charles Snead, was murdered at the
town of Elko, in the County of Elko,
<8tute of Nevada, on the 30th day of
lOctober, 1896, by parties unknown,
and that aucfy parties fyaye not bpen
arretted or apprehended therefor, and
Whereas, Said County Com mis- I
sionqrs believe that the offering of a I
reward wonld tend to oouse the arrest I
of the perpetrator or perpetrators of 1
said prime,
Nqw< Therefore, It is bprpby order- j
ted by said Board that a reward of I
two hundred and fifty dollars($250.00) I
be, apd the same ^hereby offered 1
foe the arrest acd safe deiivej-y of J
attoh criminal op prUninala to the I
i8fcerfff of Elko County, Nevada, and!
the Clepk of thla Board is hereby 1
directed fo publish notice thereof ml
the Pail* an$ Iwdbpendknt i
and the Weekly Frpe Press, news I
papers printed and published in said I
Elkp County.
i Jito. Brhdxr^qn,
IOlerk.
By Webster pATTFRaor?| j
Deputy.
NO H E TO OKUDXTOkti.
Estate of Joseph R. Henry.JdeooasedTJ
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Notice Is herebyT given 'by Jjfthe under
?ignod, administratrix of the 'Mists of
'hip said leceased, to exhibit them with the
-teoi'spnrv vouohere, within four' months
^?'r V <fr*t publication Of hie notice, to
the said tdmlnlsiratfix, at BkQlton, Elko
County. Nevada, the litne belbgr the pfaco
lor ihu tansoction of the business of the
.. ill'' . : te. ' '
JOSIPHIHl HfJfRT. Of J. R.
Admin stratrixof the 'Estate
Henry, deoeaaed.
Bated et MUto.-Ney., Deo. 11 JIM.
first publication, Doo. 10. lwfi,
NOTICK.
By order of the Board of County
CommiKfiionera of ElkoConnty.Stnte
of Nevada, made this 4th day of
Maroh, 1895. notioe la hereby given
that all persona who aro oharges upon
the oonnty must oome to the County
Hospital, or all claitna for their sup
port will be disallowed by Mid Board ,
oxoept in oases of extreme emergen
cy.
<MW#.
W"Jt?T?n PiiTftacoa
tyepuiy County Cierk
TIME REQUIRED.
Th? mid Bo?rdtr Docoqim Animated and
CxpreuM HU Sentiments.
"You owe me for a month's board,"
Eaid the landlady, according' to the New
York Journal.
"Yessum," said thq mild boiuder.
"You have promised to pay me a doz
en times, but you never do as you say,
and patience has ceased to be a vir
tue."
"Yessum."
"I can't afford to keep folks who re
fuse to pay me. My bills have to be met.
I have to pay rent and for groceries
and meat whether you pay me or not."
"Yesaum."
"I want my money."
"Yewum."
"What do you mean by your contin
ual 'Yessum?' Can't yotl say anything
else? When do you expect to be square
with me?5'
? Madame," said the pjild bpnT.er.with
the first show of animation and spun':
that he had ever exhibited. "I will toil
you. In view of the fact that your oof -
fee is always cold and weak, your beef
steak tough, your chickens made with
tanned leather garments, your beds
creaky, and without springs, your but
ter strong and your pastry soggy, it
will take me some time to get even
with you. Such treatment as I have re
ceived from you merits more punish ?
mentthan. I can inflict. ITowever, I be
lieve that if you will let me stay two
months longer I can then leave du.ln^
the stilly night, owing you for thn ??.
months* entertainment, and we shall
be almost square."
TRANSPORTATION ITEMS.
Women sailors are employed in Den
mark, Norway and Finland, and they
are often found to be excellent mar
inerf.
A new line of steamers has been es
tablished between New Orleans and
England, and a German company has
established a line between Galveston,
TexM and Hamburg, Germany.
Only 70 years have elapsed since the
first railway in the world was finished.
During that comparatively brief pe
riod 400,000 miles have been con
structed.
The city of Galveston is felicitating
itself on its change from a shallow wa
ter to & deep water port. The painful
and - expensive lighterage business is
now falling into disuse, and great ship-)
are loaded at the wharves.
The greatest corporation on earth is
the Dondon. & Northwestern Hallway
company of England. It has a capital
of $593,000,000, and a revenue of $0,500
an hour; has 2,300 engines; employs 60.
000 men. Everything used is made by
the company?bridges, engines, rails,
carriages, wagons, cool Bcuttles and
even artificial limbs for |ta injured em
ployes. KepaJff to the permanent way
cost $130,000 a month.
BOOKS AMD PAPERS.
It is said that Sir "Kcjwin Arnold ha*
contributed nearly 10,000 leading arti
cles ^o the London Daily Telegraph.
W. H. Mallock la to edit a new London
weekly modeled after the Spectator and
to bo sold at about half the Spectator's
price.
P.nfing-Gould has finished a personal
life of N apoleon Bonaparte, upon which
he has spent the leisure moments of
several years. ' - ' '
Li Hung Chang, it Is announced, will
write a book on Akaerica. Perhaps that
in the reason for his never-ceasing ques
tions while here.
A yolume of travels, written by his
private secretary, hot recording the
Impressions made upon the czar of
Russia while traveling through Egypt
and India, has just been published in
London. Hundreds of illustrations are
scattered through the two volumes, al
ready published.
Mr. Or&nt Allen has for some
time been contemplating the writing
of a series of guide# to the great art.
cities of the world, and he baa at ins'
seriously commenced upon his wbr J* ?
These little hooks are not intendeci for
tho ordinary tourist abroad, bui for
tlioae who take an intelligent interest
in ivhat tbay see. #

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