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Eureka lOaily Sentinel.
SATURDAY.JULY 30, 1887, BLAINE A Nil ALLISON. The San Francisco Call says: A Wash ington dispatch says there is abundant ovidence of an understanding between Blaine and Allison by which the latter is bound not to oppose the former until such time as the former may indicate. In other words Allison will support Blaine as long as Blaine wants his sup port, and in consideration Blaiue will make Allison his political heir. It is not improbable there is some ground for this dispatch. Allison is a Western man with Western ideas, and Blaine an Eastern man who might as well have lived in the West as far as local in fluence affect a man’s opinion. Blaine is the older of the two, and by far the more prominent. Allison probably wants to be President, but he is young enough to wait for 1892 or even 1896. If Mr. Blaine and Mr. Conkling had been locked up in the same room in 1S76, so that they could not have avoided com panionship, the political history of this country might have been materially changed. Blaine and Conkling were both aspirants for the nomination that fell to Hayes as a compromise candidate. Neither was strong enough to nominate himself, but either was strong enough to defeat the other. In 1880 Conkling de voted himself to the nomination of Grant, and Blaine, not much hoping for the nomination himself, was content to nominate Garfield in place of Grant. This was a victory for Blaine over Conk nng. i>uc uonuiing naa nis iriumpn me same year. Maine, in its Fall election, indicated a political revolution. Neither Grant nor Conkling had Bpoken a word in behalf of Garfield. Defeat stared the Republican party squarely in the face and inclined the dominant wing to con ciliate the wing defeated in the conven tion. An understanding was reached by which Cockling was induced to enter into the canvas in support of Garfield. A series of meetings were held in New York, at which Conkling was the orator and Grant the silent advocate of his own successful opponent. The combination turned the tide and elected Garfield. Now, if Blaine and Conkling had buried the hatchet in 1876 both might have been President ere this. They were distinctively leaders of their party. United they would have been invincible. Blaine and Allison are personal friends, and can the more readily form such an alliance as is outlined above. If Blaine is not nominated in 1888 Allison may succeed. ._ PASTliDR'8 TREATMENT. The committee of eminent British physicians and experts appointed a year ago to inquire into the method and util ity of M. Pasteur’s treatment of hydro phobia have made a report which must be very enoouraging to him. The com mittee say: “The number of deaths assigned by those who have sought to prove the inutility of M. Pasteur’s treat ment is, as nearly as we can ascertain, forty out of 2,682, and in this number are included seven deaths from bites by wolV68 and probably not les3 than four in which it is doubtful whether the deaths were due to hydrophobia or to some other disease.” ThiB is a powerful confirmation of the French pysiologist’s claim. But it is greatly strengthened by other statements made by the com mittee. They say: "Of 233 persons bitten by animals in which rabies was proved, either by inoculation from their spinal cord or by the occurrence of rabies in other animals or in persons bitten by them, only four died. Without inocula tion it would have been expected that at least forty would have died.” But it seems from the report of this able committee that M. Pasteur has been steadily increasing the efficacy. of his treatment. Between the end of last December and the end of March he in oculated 509 persons bitten by animals proved to have been rabid. The official report says of this number only two have died, and one of these was bitten by a wolf a month before inoculation. The Interstate Commerce Commission has decided that commercial travelers are no privileged olass so far as railroad transportation is concerned. If they are entitled to mileage tiokets at reduced rates, so is the balance of the traveling public. This is certainly equitable and in accordance with the spirit of the law, if any well-defined spirit exists in that remarkable enactment. The consumer of the goods must pay full fare and there is no reason why the seller should be in better position. Kept a Cash Uroeory. " Yes," said the widow, as she attempted to dry tears. "John died very poor, worse than penniless, I may say, as be left nothing and owed some $3,000 which I must pay by washing. What was the matter! Ob, yon see, John started a • strictly cash’ grocery, and so he bad to trust everybody, and his money gave out. That was all."—Dakota Bell. Accidentally Killed. Frank Boyer, a yonog Englishman, whose family is said to be wealthy and aristocratio, wbilo liaudling a pistol at Santa Cruz last Sunday, was killed by its accidental disohaage. TUB MOOBE CANE. Tbe Ntory of Alice’s Death, i%s Told by tbe Defendant. Keno Gazette: The hearing of testi mony in the Moore case was continued in tbe Distrie Court this morning, the usual number of spectators being present. Tbe defendant, L. J. Moore, was called to the witness stand, and as will be seen by the synopsis of bis testimony that we print, some "tall” swearing has been done in the case. In substance, be said: It was about 11 o'clock of the night of the 1st of April, 1885, when I got home; Alice met me at the outside bars; she went borne with me; Paradine and Mattie, who afterwards joined us, went off with the sheen; they came home about half an hour after Alice and I got there; on our wav to the house there were no harsh words passed between any of tbe girls and I; it was about half an hour after I got home that I ate supper; I think it was ready for me when I got there; Alice got the supper ready for me; my wife was id the kitohen at the time; the girls bad not at that time retuned to tbe house; it was while I was eating supper that they came in; they sat down at tbe table shortly afterwards; Alice waited upon tbe table, she poured out my tea and said, “ Papa, this is the last cup of tea I will ever pour for you.” I asked her what was tbe mat ter, and she said, '* This is the last tea I will ever pour out for you,” I saw her shortly afterwards pull her bonnet over her face and eat something; I went to her and told her not to kill herself; I gave her an apple; she bit it, but did not eat it; she said, “ Papa, are you going to sit up all night ?” it was then about 12 o’clock; I said no, that we would go to bed; Lafay ette came in to get his blankets; I was at tending to Alioe and did not see whether he got them or not; the other girls where in the kitchen when I was talking with Alioe; it was about 12o’clock when I went to bed; could not say if the other girls went to bed then or not; Alice and I went off together; I don’t think my wife slept with Alice that night; Alice oomplained that night of Dot feeling well; she was always complaining; it was of her stomach that night; after going to bed, said, “Papa, we have forgotten to wind the olook;” 1 told her I would attend to it, which I did; it was then half-past 12 o’clook; I was uneasy about her and' did not sleep well; early in tbe morning I called her to get up to get breakfast; she said she was not able to; that she could not walk; I got up and went to her; she said she was going to have fits; I called the girls; they came in, and I told Mattie to briDg me a tablespoon that I wanted to put it into her mouth to keep her from cutting her tongue aDd lip; at this time she had a fit; Mattie brought the spoon; tbe spoon slipped out of her mouth and she came near biting my fin ger, she had four convulsions; it was dur ing the second that she came near biting my finger; when she went into fits I told Mattie to call her mother, and then call Lafayette and Ida, they came in; she was then in the seoond fit; Alice looked at her mother and caught her by the hand; that | was i beaeve,tnt last move see maae; in tne third At her mother said. “ Lay her down and let her die; ” she then stretched out, threw her head back and died; her mouth was drawn, and the cords of her neck were extremely large; hor eyes rolled back a little; that was the manner of her death; her heart fluttered greatly; all of the family were present when she died; we all stood! around the bed and cried; I walked some across the floor; we oovered her up in the bed; I said she was gone, and we could never get her baok again; we talked of her having taken poison, and then having died of heart disease; she ruined her health by taking heavy colds whon she was only 16 years old; after wards, at times, she acted as though she were insane, and I made her quit herd ing cows; when she died it was not yet daylight; I laid Ida in the back part of the bed; I told Lafayette to go after Mr. Sanders; when he started it was just about daylight; he did not get back un til between 7 and 8 o’clock; Mr. Sanders got there between 10 and 11 o'clock; I did not whip any of my children the night of Alioe’s death; I did not overturn any table; I did not see anything of the kind; I did not strike my son that night; I worshipped Alice; after she commenced having fits she asked for a drink; she put her arms around my neck and said, "Papa, I love you; ” she did not vomit; the fits lasted for probably 15 minutes; during them I told Mattie and Parrie to catch two chickens; they caught one, killed it and seonred nearly half a cup of blood; I endeavored to made Alice drink it; my reason for applying this remedy was be cause my mother used it for fits; I gave Alice a drink of whisky before that; thon I gave her water, then blood. Cross-examinatoin—Was born in Odrane county, Missouri; am 52 years of age; left Missouri when I was about 11 years of age; I oame across the plains with my father; that was in 1850; was never married until I married my wife; I did state in the Jus tice’s Conrt that she was not my wife; that I hsd another woman living! but not an other wife. It being 12 o’clook, a recess was taken until 1 p. m. Among the witnesses examined this afternoon, after the testimony of the defen dant ended, were Coroner Brown, Under taker Sanders and Druggist Hodgkinson. The two former were called meerly to tes tify that the body exhumed recently was that of Alice Moore; the latter testified to having made an analysis of the stomach of the deceased and found stryohnine in It. He was on the stand at 1 p. m. An Injury to the County. The sheep which are annually driven into the mountains are fast destroying the oounty as a grazing ground. It is not what they sat, but what they destroy by trampling the grass into the ground, and at times when the feed is short the roots of the grass are dug up and eaten. There are many localities in this vioinity where bunoh grass used in former years to grow a foot in height where now the ground is as barren as a desert. They are also one of the greatest timber-destroying agencies known, and it is a difficult matter to rear up a new growth of trees where sheep are permitted to roam at will ovor the country. There is but one way to keep them out of the mountains in this vioinity. and that is by the refusal of land owners to permit them to graze thereon. Most of the land in this vioinity la owned by the railroad company and a few promi nent mill companies. If these persons would combine and refuse to lease lands to sheep men it would force them to seek other pastures and thus rid the commu nity of an intolerable nuisance. It would be money in their pockets to do so, as it would be saving of the young and tender pines which will sometime be very valua ble.—Truckee liepublican. I’crnlNfeut Curiosity. Yung Phong Loo, the Americanised Chinaman, and bis Connecticut wifo, have been ao annoyed by persistent curiosity of Summer visitors) at Narraganaett Pier that they have returned to New Haven and will not oontinuo their journey. This is a sad illustration of American good man ners. -«. A Challenge. The Esmeralda Baseball Club sent a communication to the Amateurs, of Car son, challenging them to play a game at Candelaria for any amount from $100 to $1,500 a side. The Esmeraldas will meet them half way. and play at Hawthorne if agreeable to the Amateurs. Ileninrknble Aptitude. “ Woman is displaying a remarkable aptitude for taking care of herself,” says an exchange. What is wanted, is not so mneb a woman who can take care of her self as one who can, in addition, tako care of her husband and three children in fairly good Btyle. An Absolute Cure. The Original Abietine Ointment is only put up in largo two-ounce tin boxes, and is an absolute cure for old soros, burns, wounds, chapped hands, and all skin erup tions. Will positively core all kinds of piles. Ask for the Original Abietine Oint ment. Sold by John S. Capron, druggist, Main street, Eureka, Nevada, at 25 cents per box; by mail, 30 cents. A Clinnce tor Barcalna. Alf Harris desires to inform the publio that his bongo and furnitaro are for sale, and that all those wishing to examine the same oan do go now. He will retail it or sell it in lump. A fine chance is offered thoso who wish to purchase. Mr. Harris will be at his residence from 1 o'olock to 4 o’olook each afternoon. * BORN. At Taft's Ranch, Diamond Valley, Nev., July 29, 1887, to the wile of George Taft, a daughter. NEW TO-DAY._ INSURANCE AGENCY .OF. W. E. GRIFFIN, OF ECREKA, NEVADA, WRITES POLICIES IMMEDIATELY ON •ppllcatlou. Represents the oldest and best Insurance Companies in the world. All have compiled with the State law governing Insurance Companies. BEWARE OF OTHERS. Triple Security. The Liverpool and London and Globe .of London, England The Lion.of London, England The Fireman’s Fund.... .of San Francisco, Cal. The City of London.of London, England The Commercial. of San Francisco, Cal. The South British.of New Zealand The Guardian.of London, England The Springfield.of Springfield, Mass. The Concordia.of Milwaukee, Wis. ! The Howard......of New York The Western.of Toronto, Ont. The Aetna.of Hartford, Conn. The Hartford.of Hartford, Conn. The Phenix.of London, England Insure with W. E. GRIFFIN. Eureka, July 29, 1887. jy30 tf IsTOTICE. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, ) Eureka, Nevada, July 29, 1887. i Notice is hebeby given that John E. Jones, of Carson City, Slate of Nevada, authorized agent of the State of Ne vada, and acting for and on its behalf, baa filed an application to enter under the provisions of an Act of Congress, approved Jane 10, 1880, en titled an Aot to grant to the State of Nevada landainlleuof the sixteenth and thirty aixtb sec tions In said State, the N. J of 8W. $ seotiou 15, township 16, N. range 57 east Mount Diablo meridian, in the district of lands subject to sale at Eureka, Nevada, and containing 80 acrfs. The selection of the above described tract of land will be tendered at said Land Office on Monday, October 8, 1887. JySO-SOd D. H. HALL, Regiatcr. Dissolute of CopartaMp. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing betwern J. G. Ford, H. P. Merritt and J. W. Freeman has been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts by the concern prior to the date hereof will be paid upon presentation to J - G. Ford at Eu reka, Nev. J. G. FORD. 11. P. MERRITT. July 10, 1887. jOO-lm COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE This is to certify that the un tlerslgned have formed a copartnership to be known as and conducted under the style of J. G. Ford & Co. The names of the mem bers of said firm are J. G. Ford, whose residence la Eureka. Eureka county, Nevada, and H. P. Merritt, of Woodland, Yolo county, California. H. P. MERRITT, J. G. FORD. July 27, 1887. jy30-lm NOTICE. Ruby Hill Taxpayers, Attention. • _ fpHE STATE AND COUNTY TAXES ARE now doe and payable Immediately at my office In Eureka. C. 0. WALLACE, Assessor, Eureka, Eureka county, Nev., July 27. 1887. ! jy28-2w WEAK, NERVOUS MEfT Suffering from Nervong Debility, Premature Decline, Exhausted Vitality, Weakness of Body and Mind, etc., we will send you full par ticulars of the only safe and natural home cure free of charge. Address Heidelberg Co. 263 W. 14th street, New York. a3-3md&w SHINE ’EM UP ! fllHE WHITE BOOTBLACK WILL GIVE 1 you EIGHT SHINES for ONE DOLLAR. Give him a call. Stand on Main street. ]I4 WANTED, IMMEDIATE^ ONE FIR8T-0LA88 SECOND COOK, AND one|Walter. Apply to E. M. BAUM, m26-tf Union City, Eureka county, Neva d Sheriffs Sale. In the District Court of tlie State of Jfcviwlia. Eureka ... The Eureka County Bank, Flalntlir, VS. S. Rod Hell anil Henry Cohn, as 8. Kedllcli * Co., Defendants. By virtue OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of the Distri. t Court of the IState of Nevada, Enrek. County, daterl the 12th day of July 1887, and to me directed and delivered nnon a judgment rendered and entered in said Court on the 12th day o' .inly. 1*87 in favor of the Eureka County Hank and against 8.^ Red lich and Henry Cohn, par: nc-9, as 8. Red lien « Co., for the gum of >812, with interval on till2 at the rate of two per cent pc.- month from the l ’th day of July, 1887, until paid, together with coats taxed at 1*2 tf., aud all accruing coals I have and did upon the said 12th day of July levy upon and take in execution the following described personal property contained aud ait uated in that certain ! rick storeroom npon the east aide of Main street, in Eureka, Nevada, one door north of the City brewery, owned by J. F. Rremenkampf & Co., lately owned and occu pied by the defendants above named, and con sisting of a general stock of men’s furnishing goods, such as men’s and boys’ clothing, boots, shoes, hats, cap-, underwear, overshlrts, under shirt", gloves, handkerchiefs, neckties, cufTs and collars, linen shirts, tiunks, valises,.blan kets, men's hosiery, rubber wear, sleeve and collar buttons, jewelry, mirrors, show cases and contents, counters, shelving, stove, clock, writing desk, lamps and chandeliers, blanket and shawl straps, coal oil, aud .ach and every article of personal property now anil hereto fore situated and contained in said storeroom, and comprising that ■ utire stock of furnishing goods of 8 Redlich & Co. Ami notice is hereby given that on Tnrsilny.tlic ^<l <i»y or aiiciini. i»»7. Between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. Mid 6 o’clock p. m . to wit: IQ o’clock m. of said day, at said storeroom, I will sell at public auction all ot the above described personal property for cash In hand to satisfy said execution and all costs. W. II. SWEENEY, Sheriff. By G. T. Rives, Tinder Sheriff. Baker & Winks, Attorneys for plaintiff. Eureka, Nev., July 20, 1887. j27-td TASSELL BROTHERS MAIN ST., EUREKA, NEV. WE DESIRE To INFORM TOE public that we are now rerely, lng a large enpply of Fall and Winter Goods Selected and purchased by Mr. George TaBaell, of the firm of Tassell Bros., with special ref erence to the present wants of the people of Eureka and vicinity. Among recent receipts may be mentioned s full line of Gents’ Ladles' and Children's Rubber Goods; GentB', Boys’ andYoutha' FINE CALF BOOTS AND SHOES, Ladies' and Misses' Calf and Goat heavy-but tou Boots and Balmorals, These goods, which are of the latest style, and made by the best manufacturers of California and the Eist, will be told at prices In keeping with the times. Eureka, November 10.1886. nll-tf NO POISONOUS FOIES! ASK FOR Vulcan Powder, And take no other, Tho best and most uniform Powder in the market. For sale at R. SADLER’S, Or VULCAN POWDER CO., jyl 218 California street, Sau Franciaco. Administrator’s Notice. Notice is hereby given that f. m. Heitm&n has been duly appointed the administrator of the estate of E. J. Burns.de ceased, and ail parties holding claims against the estate of E. J. Burns, deceased, are hereby notified to present the same toB.M. Beatty and Peter Breen, attorneys for the said admin istrator, at their office lc tho Courthouse build ing. Eureka county. Nevada, duly certified as required by law within six weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice, or the said claims will thereafter he barred and cease to be a charge against said estate. F. M. HEITMAN, Administrator. R. M Knatty AND Pkter Brbbn, Attorneys for Administrator. ^ Eureka, Nevada, July 16, 1887. jyl7-6w TO CONTRACTORS. TklDB WILL BE RECEIVED TO AND IN eluding August 5 for putting an iron roof on the Schoolhouse in the town of Euroka All the materials to be furnished by the con. tractors. The right is reserved lo reject any and all bids. For particulars inquire of W. H. STOWELL, Clerk of the Eureka School Board. Eureka, July 6,1887. Jy7-td STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING. A MEETING OF THE 8TOOKIIOLDEB8 of thn Eureka (Nevada) Silver Mloinv Company, will be held at the company’s office *own of Eape^». on SATURDAY, the 30th mat., at 7:30 o’clock p. m. By order of the Vice Preaident. Eureka, Nevada, J&ylZ'm™' Coalburners, Attention! THE UNDER8IGNED WILL RECEIVE sealed proposals for coal to be delivered „tbe in aHver Hill Canyon, Pike Hollow District, Churchill county, Nev. Hid. will be received until Aug 5, and contracts will be given for 10,000 and 00.000 bushels. 1 imb„ is plenty within three it. 11 es of furnace lor particulars, address a.„, . „ A. SOIDMORE. Stillwater, Nev., July 10,1887. j-cptd Free Treatise.^;* How to re rw™.5-1Home Treatment Addreee, DR. J. W. BATE A 00 an dfcw m s °>"k OHicaao Read Carefully. CALL ALT BERG’S, And oonvince yourselves that you oan purchase, this seasou, a oheaper and bet ter assortment of NICE, FRESH GOODS Than from any other house East of Ban Francisco. Prices on All Goods Greatly Reduced To suit the times. I buy my goods for cash, and am enabled to sell them cheaper than anybody. I am ooDstantly receiving large stocks of And will sell them at bedrock prices. I have a very fnllstoctc of Liquors of All Kinds ! And of the Best Brands. Fruits cto Nuts, Of this year’s crop. FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CANDIES Received by every train. CELERY,CAULIFLOWER and LETTUCE By every train. TURKEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS AND GEESE, In great abundance, very nice; cAi’t be better in any market, and sell them at way down prices. Call and examine the goods and prices, and see if what I tell you is not cor rect. B. BERG, Main street, Eureka. d!4 tt To The Front! GENERAL MERCHANDISE. JOE HAUSMANN, Adjoining Mrs. lirown's Restaurant, East Side of North Main struct, WILL SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER Honse in Eureka, Oomtantly increas. ing stock of Crocories, Hardware, Crockery and Classware. Keeps a full line of the best manufacturers of Cutler}’, Furnishing Goods, Notions, etc. His Sporting Emporium is replete with Shot guns, Kitten, Pistols, Powder, Shot and Car tridges of all doacriptious at the lowest flg gures. Specialty in fresh butter and Eggs. Fruit and Vegetables, Nuts and Candies, New (iooda received by every train. Cali and get prices. Eureka, Nevada, June 1, 181)7. j5-tf RE-OPENED. The Jackson House. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Kaitern Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. ItHE BOOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa cious. Single Rooms or in Suites. Was la All tli* K.iouiM, Connected with the Hotel Is the FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE • e. .AND THE.... BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA A. JACUNOR, Proprietor, Formerly of the Jackacu Home, at Hamilton —...____________ Corner ot Clark Street, EUREKA.NEVADA. SINGLE & DOUBLE ROOMS Terms Reasonable. By the Day, feet or Month ED. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Eureka, Nerada, April 21, 1880. a22tf CANDY STORE FOR SALE. r t WING TO AN INCREASE IN THE RK8 taurant business, and wishing to make more room for the purpose of accommodating my customers, I am desirous of disposing of my Candy business, which I .will sell at a low valuation for cash, If an early application is made- MRS. JULIA BROWN. Eureka, June 85,1887. J26-tf be made. Out this out Afl 1 I nl ps V und return to us, ami we IIII I w,|l send you free some „ . * ■■■ ■ thing of great value and mporunce to you, that will start yon in bust wil* hnng you in more money right away than anything else in this world. Any FT.’.“"doU'« »°rk and live at home. Either IVl i 'li Something new, that Just coins . w10rke„r*- We will start you; cap. 1™ "F* Pa*^od- This is one of the genuine, important chances of a lifetime. Those who A«F'ubrl„«F,.a”d •"terprislng will not delay. gusts*Maine ,r88’ Taci£ & Oo» A«. FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY *™HB , I oys’ Watches with Chains, $8 Cents’ Watehes with Chains,<8. AH warranted to keep Corret Time. AT STRAUS’ Piorieer Jewelry store. Eureka, June 1,1,1887. JOHN W. LAMBERT; North Mnlu Mtroot. Knroka, .-DIALMI GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS ...... ALB(l. &!! Kinds of Fresh Fruits. Fresh Fish Received Every Daji Country Prodnoa a Specialty TOR OABH I will .ell flood, cheap,, lhan any home In town. Call and examine my outat, at the old tint, on Main ttreet. * Eureka, Feb. 3,1886. j (Bncceator to Paxton k Oo.) Capital Stock, ; $100,000 WILqL BBy SELL EXCHANOE 01 Ban Franclaco, New York, London aid the principal Eaatern and Earopean Oltlea. Olreelort: M. D. FOLEY, DANIEL MFYEB B. K. MOBBIBON, B. OILMAN H. DONNELLY. M. D. FOLEY.President H.T. HOADLET. Cuhlw W. E. GRIFFIN.AaaUta'n't Ctahltr nliiInk' and Other Ntoek. Honghl null hold on CouimlMMlon. Eureka, March 2S, 1HH6. mhK-tf OYSTER SALOON Cmj Hoose ami Confectioner! Main street, one door north of Postolfioe, MRS. JULIA BROWN, : : PROPRIETRESS, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Oysters received dnlly by eipmi and all the delicacies of the market kept constantly on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS, The ouly place In Enreke where GANDT manufactured. Fresh and Choice Candles for sale, either wholeeale or retail. JlUtf BUREAU HOTEL, (Formerly the Turner Bouse!, Month Mnlu Ntrcot, Eurekn, P. McElroy, : : Proprietor. THIB OLD KBTABLIeHKD HOTEL HA9 Just been thoroughly renovated and re paired, and will be kept In the best rnuiner for tbo comfort and accommodation of gnesti. Room*, Single or in Suites. Lodgings, 60c, 76c and fl. Board, S7 per week, AKcals 80c The best In the market will bo sensd. The Bar la stocked with the hi st brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars The Railroad Oosch takes Fassengers to *nd from the Depot. JJ*™ Dissolution Notice. Tiik copartnership heretofo*e existing between (J. C. Knglert. R. • Reid and K 0. Jones in tlie hlaciarnithing * ranching biiaincss in Eureka and Whits FU counties, State of Nevada, has been ilisaolveu. E, 0. Jones having sold his interest the hlacksmlthiug business, and his entire - terest In the Warm Springs Ranch, In Pine county, Nevada, consisting cattle, calves, and the various appurtsM"®, thereunto belonging to the ranch to Jowl* Hancock, The blarksmithiog and rati™™ business will hereafter be conducted is uamo of 0.0. Knglert & Co.. cn,^",;i[nggT It! J. HEID, JOSEPH IIASOW*' All persons bavlDg accounts agslnrt will please present them Immediately. persons Indebted to the old firm will |« . tie up as soon as possible, Very r**pt;y q C. C. KNOLIBTkCO. Eureka, June 3, 1387. ' FOR SALE. A LOT OF HORSES, MARE8 AND CO^*' A belonging to tbe estate of J. * • <J|®a|,ri, deceased, will be sold shortly. J'r !,, g Inquire of CHARbES Jyfl-Jw Main street, BE PREPARED. “For rent. THcJeRd,cby °° rent. For particulars, apply £ f UflgvVBX. Eureka, April 1,1887.