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Eureka Oaili; Sentinel.
BDNDAY.AUGUST U 18H7. UNI.Y DKFIANCB l.l'.FT. The New York World says the Central Pacific railroad managers have fairly struck the familiar keynote of corrup tion sounded by Tweed in his famous question: “What are you going to do about it ? ” In the same tone but a short time ago Jacob Sharp defied tbe public. And thus in this city Huntington jeer ingly told the Government Commission that the money disbursed by his agents in Washington was for the purpose of “ Explaining things.” Now Leland Stanford, following in the same strain, tells the commission that it is none of its business how the corporation spends its money, so long as none of it is de ducted from the Government’s percent age. This is flat defiance, and is, moreover, a transparent cover for the refusal of the witness to Oriminate himself by his own testimony. “No deduction will be made,” he says, “from the legal dues to the Government unless satisfactory vouchers are shown for tbe same.” That is to say, the Government will not be charged for the money spent to corrupt itself. This is a concession. As was shown in the exposure of the company’s expenditures by the World last Winter, an effort was made to deduct the bribery money, which rose to hundreds of thou sands, from the sum on which the pay ments to the Government were calcu lated. The deduction was not allowed, and Mr. Stanford says it will not be asked again. Truly! There is only one possible explanation of the attitude of Messrs. Huntington, Crooker and Stanford. Nothing but guilt could force men of average reason ing powers to take the position they oc cupy. They are acting on the best ol legal advice with their well deserved penalty for crime in mind as one of the data on which it is based. But it is not to save the Government money alone that the Pacific Railroad Commission was instituted. Far from it. If neces sary tbe people can stand the loss of the money involved. But they cannot afford to have this systematic, prolonged and gigantic scheme of corruption go unpun ished. It is not safe to leave in view any such vast premium for Government bribery. THE SILVER IfOLLAK. James P. Kimball, Director of the United States Mint, says: “Just at present we are not coining the silver dol lar at Philadelphia, because of the new steam plant which is being put in, which necessitated the stoppage of work. There seems to have been an impression that the non-coinage of the dollar was for contraction, but it is wholly on account of renewing our machinery, and just as soon as we can get to work again we will make up for lost time. But while Philadelphia is not at work on the dol lars San Francisco is coining 400,000 of them to help make up the deficiency. The making of the Bilver dollar keeps us crowded all the time at Philadelphia, but the reason we don’t have more of the coining done at other branch Mints is simply because of the expense of ship ping to Washington or other depository after they are made. A Washington special says it is doubt ful whether the Cabinet oan be held to gether beyond the present week. Bay ard and Garland have already gone, the former to Reheboth Beach, the latter to Hominy Hill, Ark. The Postmaster General is preparing to leave for Wiscon sin, where he will tarry until October. Secretary Whitney will leave for Bar Harbor the latter part of the week. Secretary Endicott will leave for his country home in Massachusetts, and Secretary Lamar will try to outflank the hay fever by a few weeks sojourn in the White Mountains. The departure of these gentlemen will leave only Secre tary Fairchild to assist the President in administering the Government. In con templating the exodus of his official ad visers, the President said: “ The ab sence of these gentlemen will produce a feeling of loneliness, but with the aid of Fairchild and the assistance of the news paper correspondents I hope to be able to pull through. ” N. Y. World: Senator John Sherman, having embellished himself with a tag on his coat-tail “I am a candidate for President,” has started off to the North west to oool his heated brow and study the needs of the Territorial citizens. It will not be well for him to attompt to borrow money on his Ohio indorsement while traveling. If he even attempts to borrow political importance on that in dorsement he will subject himself to prosecution for trying to obtain valu ables under ' Jse pretenses. Louisiana Lottery. Below is a partial list of numbers of tickets winning prizes in the Louisiana lottery in the monthly drawing held in New Orleans last Wednesday: No. 50,255 won the capital prize; 29,119 won the eeoond prize; 4G.85G won the third prize; 18,125 and 19,521 won $10,000 each; and Nos. 1,890, 21,991, 72,495 and 93,610 eaoh won $5,000. TELEGRAPHIC. The (Execution of Hopt. Salt Lake, Aug. 13.—Fred Hopt, alias “ Welcome,” was shot to death in the yard of the penitentiary yes terday. The filing party consisted of five men with rifles. Dr. Hamilton pinned a rosette over Ilopt’s heart, told him to be firm and look straight at the guns and death would come quickly. The condemned man showed the utmost firmness. He came out of his cell smoking a cigar and kept it in his mouth to the last, and posed as for a photograph. He was seated on a chair upon a blanket and sat up firm and straight. Marshal Dyer gave the words “ Ready!” “Fire!” and the crack of live rifles rang out as one. Two bullets pierced the small rosette pinned over his heart. Death was in stantaneous. Hopt having been given his choice between hanging and shoot ing chose the latter. Tlie crime for which he wras exe cuted was committed in 1880, being the cold-blooded murder of a son of Sheriff Tumor of Utah county. A Horrible Etnllroari Accident. Chicago, Aug. 13.—An excursion train on the Toledo, Peoria and West ern dropped through a burning bridge last night, three miles east of Chats worth, Illinois. The town of Chats worth was turned into a morgue, while every house in the little village had its quota of wounded. There were over one hundred corpses in the ex temporized dead houses. A horrible suspicion exists that the accident was a case of train-wrecking. One of the victims of the disaster, who was seriously injured, when he found his wife and child killed, drew a pistol and blew his brains out. Only the sleeping coaches escaped, and the half-dressed passengers, tumbling out of them, found such a scene of death as is rarely witnessed. The killed number about 150, and twice that number of wounded. Auutlier Train Robbery. San Francisco, Aug. 13.—The west bound passenger express train on the Southern Pacific was run off a switch near Papago, about 15 miles east of Tucson, Arizona, last night, by four masked men. The engine was detached and the express car robbed of $35,000. The robbery occurred at the same point where the west-bound express was robbed in April last. A Perilous Hide. While s night train of the Philadelphia & Erie railroad was tanning along at the rate of 30 miles an hour, the engineer notieed something white flattering on his oowoatcher. He could not make out what it was from his cab, and be olimbed out and walked aloDg the guard rail to the smokestack. Peering over and looking down on the pilot, he was horrified to see the blanched face of a young woman turned upward, with a look of terror in her eyes, while she grasped the bars of the oowcatober to hold herself on her perilous perch. She was in her night clothes. The engineer hastened back to his cab and reversed his engine. When it had come lo a standstill he harried out to the aid of the mysterious passenger he bad on ahead. He with difficulty loosened her grasp on the pilot bars, and it was some time before the yonng woman recovered sufficiently to give an aoconnt of herself. She then said that her name was Susan Cooley, the daughter of a well kuown resident of Ana lomink. She is a somnambulist, and she must have got up in her sleep, walked down to the railroad and in some way climbed npon the oowcatober unobserved while the train was standing at the station. The first Bhe knew was when she waa awakened by the looomotive whistling. It was then some time before she realized where sbe was, and when the knowledge of her situation came to her she became paralyzed with fright, and seized the pilot bars meobanically. Her escape from a terrible death was simply miracnlons. Tbe Work of a Mallguant Foe. Los Andes, Chili, Aug. 9.—A man here had a grudge for years against a family that resided near him. When smallpox appeared in the province reoently he secretly obtained a number of dried pus tules, and these he placed inside a plug of tobacoo, which he threw away in a plaoe where tbe peoplo be hated were likely to see it. One of the children pioked up tbe tobaoco and gavo it to her parents, who made cigarettes from it and Bmoked them. A few days afterward smallpox broke out in the house, and with such violenoe that not one of tbe family es caped. The criminal, however, was at tacked with the disease a few days after ward and died after confessing his crime. Refused Her Work. Prior to the divoroe trial in whioh she was a principal, Lady Colin Campbell wrote for a literary journal. Since the trial this journal has refused to give her work. How differently she would have fared herel Her writings would have commanded better prioe than ever before. Kentucky Shut Down. The Evening Report says the Kentucky mine shut down last week on account of lack of water in the Carson river. All the workmen are thrown out of employment. It is expected to start up again about the 1st of September. Mothers, Keml. The proprietors of Santa Abie have au thorized John 8. Capton, Eureka, Nevada, to refund your money if, after giving this California King of Cough Cures a fair trial as directed, it fails to give satisfac tion for the cure of coughs, croup, whoop ing cough and all throat and lung troubles. When the disease affects the bead, and as sumes the form of catarrh, nothing is so effective as California Cat-r-Cnre. These preparations are without equals as house hold remedies. Sold at $1 a package. Three for $2 50. t'orlSxle. A square Steinway piano, in good con dition, will be sold obeap. For particulars, apply at onoe at this offioe. * NEW TO-DAY. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS Remaining in the postoffioe at Eureka, Nev., on the 13th day of August, 1887. Persona calling for any of these letters will please say •• Advertised Aug. 14, 1887." Lntllett* List: Maguire M nentleiueu's Mat: Adams Janus Lundblade Roicoez BuddonA McCuIlum Ed Doyle L Palmer Chas G Doolin Wm Taggart k Casey HenderBou H A Willicr Edward F'orelifii Matt Persons calling for any of these letters will please say, " Foreign, Advertised: * Anderson John J Lund C J M. B. BARTLETT, P. M. Acaflemy, Reno, Nevada, .CONDUCTED BY. Sisters of St. Dominic Studies will be besbmed at the Institution on Monday. August 39,1887. For terms apply to LADY SUPERIOR. aul4 MINING TAX. Notice is hereby given that the taxes oa the proceeds of the mines of Eureka county for the quarter ending June 30,1887, are now due and payable to me at my office in Eureka; and the law In regard to the same will be strictly enforced. O. 0. WALLACE, Assessor of Eureka county, Nevada HO! FOR GOOD BOOK CHEAP ! The Finest Offer The people have ever had. Almost given away. “THE HOME LIBRARY ASSOCIA TION OF CHICAGO.” BY BECOMING A MEMBER YOU ARE enabled to purchase anything in the Book line at astonishingly low prices. Each member is presented with a fine com pendium of reference far superior to Haskell's or Hill’s Manual. The best thing out of the kind. Following are some of the prices: Chamber’s Encyclopedia,Cvola., (sheep).$U 00 Charles Dickens, 15 vols., (cloth). 5 25 Macaulay’s History of England, 5 vols. (cloth). 1 25 Grant’s Memoirs, (sheep) per vol. 2 75 Blaine’s Twenty Years in Congress, per vol. 3 75 Gibbon's Roman Empire, 6 vols. 2 32 W. H. Smith is in town giving the people an opportunity of becoming members of the Asso ciation. Examine its method aod seize the chance of filling your homes with the choicest literature. Now is yoor time. Strike the iron while it is hot. aul3 INSURANCE AGENCY .OF. W. E. GRIFFIN, OF EUREKA, NEVADA, WRITES POLICIES IMMEDIATELY ON application 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 Olobe .of London, England The Lion.of London, England The Fireman’s Fund.of San Franciaco, Cal. The City of London.of London, England The Commercial.of San Francisco, Cal. The Sooth British.of New Zealand The Guardian.of London, England The Springfield.of Springfield, Mass. The Concordia.of Milwaukee, Wig. 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. jySO-tf 1ST OTICE. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, 1 Eubxxa, Nevada, Aug. 8, 1887. | Notice is hereby given that John E. Jones, of Carson Oi>y, 8tate of Nevada, authorized agent of the State of Nevada, and acting for and on its be half, has filed an application to enter under the provisions of an Act of Congress, approved June 16, 1880, entitled an Act to grant to the State of Nevada lands in lieu of the sixteenth and thirty-sixth sections in said State, the N. i of BW. 1 of section IS. township 16 N., of range 57 E. of Mount Diablo meridian, in the district of lands subject to sale at Eureka, Ne vada, and containing 80 acres. The selection of the above described tract of land will be tendered at said Land Offlce on Monday, the Sd day of October, 1887. au9-30d D. H. HALL, Register. LOST. A N ACCOUNT BOOK, CONTAINING ranch aocounte, was lost on Monday last. The finder will receive a suitable reward by leaving It at this office, by JOHN J. PETER8. Eureka, Aog. 8, 1887. au7-lw FOR RENT. The brick building formerly oc copied by the Knight Brothers, Is rent. For particulars, apply to B. F. McKWEN. Eureka, April 1, 1887. a2 tf BE PREPARED. I AM MAKING MY SPICED PRESSED Corned Bee for Piculos, Miners’ and Fam ily use. OEOKUE BAILEY, Agent,U m29-tf Next door to the Fostoffloe.| I Sheriff’s Sale. SI. D. Foley, Plaintiff# Join. Potter And Monitor milllui; Company. Uelentl ant*. TTNDER andby virtue of an order |l of Rale and Decree of Foreclosure Issued out of the District Court of the Htate of Ne vada, Eureka county, on the 28th day of July, 1887, in the above entitled action, wherein at. D. Foley, the above named plaintiff, obtained judgment and decree against John Potter and Monitor Milling Company, defendants, widen n.id decree was on the 2d duy of January, A. D. 1H8C, recorded in Judgment Book B, I am com manded to sell all of tne lollowiug described property, situated in the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, to wit: That certain property and premi.ea situate about nine miles In a southerly direction from the town of Eureka, and lu the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, known and called the “Pinto Mill and Mill Si'e," to raise the sum of three thousand ($3,000) dollars lawful money of the United States, with interest thereon to the 2d day of January, 1886, at the rate of two (2) per cent per month, amounting to tho farther sum of four thousand live hundred and forty-six ($4,546) to gether with seven hundred and fifty-four dol lars and Bixty cents ($754 60) attorneys’ fees, provided In s.id mortgage, and costs, taxed at the sum of thirty-five dollars and fifty centB ($35 50), said sums amounting in the aggregate to eight thousand three hundred and tlitrty eix dollars and ten cents ($8 336 10), the said three thousand ($3,000) dollars bearing further interest at the rate of two (2) per cent per mouth from the 2d day of January, 1886, until paid. Public notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 22il day or August, 1887, between the hours of 9 o’clock a. m. and 5 f. m,, to wit: 12 o'clock m of said day, I will sell all of the right, title, claim and interest of the above named defendants, John Potter sml the Monitor Milling Company, of, In and to the above described properly at the front door of the Courthouse in the town and county of Eu reka, at public suction for cash in hand, to satisfy said order of sale with coats and all accruing costs. W. H. SWEENEY, Sheriff. By Geo. T. Rives, Deputy Sheriff. Wren Ji Cheney, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Eureka, Nev., Aug. 2, 1887. au2-td TASSE1LBSOTHERS MAIN ST., EUREKA, NEV. WE DESIRE To INFORM THE pnblic that we are now receiv ing a largo anpply of Fall and Winter Goods Selected and purchased by Mr. George Tassell, 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 afnll lino of Gents’ Ladles' and Children’s Rubber Goods; Gents', Boys' and Youths' FINE CALF BOOTS AND SHOES, Ladies' and Misses' Calf and Goat heavy-but ton Boots and Balmorals. These goods, which are of the latest style, and made by tho beat manufacturers of California and the Enit, will be sold at prices In keeping with the times. Enreka, November 10,1885. nll-tf ASK FOR Vulcan Powder, And take no other. The best and most uniform Powder In the market For sale at R. SADLER'S, Or V0LCAN PCWDER CO., jyl 218 California street, Ban Francisco. TO CONTRACTORS. Bids will be received to and in cluding August S for putting an iron roof on the Schoolhouse In the town of Eureka AU the materials to be furnished by the con. tractors. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. For particulars inquire of W. H. STOWELL, Clerk of the Eureka School Board. Eureka, July 6,1887. jy7-td _ Coalburners, Attention! rnHE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE L sealed proposals for coal to be delivered at the furnace in Silver Hill Canyon, Pike Hollow District, Churchill county, Nev, Bids will be received until Aug. 6, and contracts will be given for 10,000 and 60.000 bushels. Timber Is plenty within three miles of furnace. For particulars, address A. SOIDMOBE. Btillwater, Nev., July 10,1887. j23-td COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE ri'lHIS 18 TO CERTIFY THAT THE UN _L dcrslgnsd have formed a copartnership to be known as and conducted under the style of J. G. Ford k Co. The names of the mem bers of said Arm arc J. G. Ford, whose residence is Eureks, Eureka county, Nevada, and H. P. Merritt, of Woodland, Yolo county, California. H. P. MERRITT, J. G. FORD. July 27, 1887. jy30-lm Water Notice. THE WATER WILL BE TURNED OFF this evening at 8 o'clock, and turned on again at 6 o'clook in the mornings, and be con tinued from day to day until further notice. GEO. F. BLISS, Superintendent. Eureka, Aug. 8, 1887. au9 tf SHINE ’EM UP ! »|’HE WHITE BOOTBLACK WILL GIVE 1 yon EIGHT SHINES for ONE DOLLAR. Give him a call. Stand on Main street. ju LOST, ~ A CHILD'S SILK MITT. THE FINDER will please leave the same at the Sbmti hel office. |HATTIE RAPHAEL. Read Carefully. C-A-IjIj -A.T BERG'S, And oonvlnce yourselves that you oan purchase, this season, a oheaper and bet ter assortment of NICE, FRESH GOODS Than from any other bouse East of San Franciseo. Prices on All Ms Greatly Reduced To salt the timos. I bay my goods for cash, and am enabled to sell them cheaper than anybody. I am constantly receiving large stocks of And will sell them at bedrock prices. I have a very full stock of Liquors of All Kinds ! And of the Best Brands. Fruits cMs Nuts, Of this year’s crop. FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CANDIES Received by every train. CELERY,CAULIFLOWER and LETTUCE By evory train. TURKEYS, CHICKENS, OUCKS AND 8EESE, In great abnndance, very nice; can'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. BERC, Main street, Eureka. dl4-tf To The Front! GENERAL MERCHANDISE. JOE HAUSMANN, Adjoining Mrs Brown's Restaurant, East Bide of North Main street, WILL SR LI, AS CHEAP AB ANY OTHER Honso in Eureka, Constantly increas ing stock ot Crocerles, Hardware, Crockery and Classware. Keeps a full line of the best manufacturers of Cutlery, Furnishing Goods, Notions, etc. His Sporting Emporium ia replete with Shot guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot and Car tridges of all descriptions at the lowest fig gures. Specialty in fresh butter and Eggs. Fruit | and Vegetables, Nuts and Candles. New Goods received by every train. Call and get prices. Eureka, Nevada, June 4, 1887. jS-tf ST. BABY’S ACADEMY, FOR B0ARDEB8 AND DAY PUPILS, SALT LAKE CITY, ...... CONDUCTED BT THE. SISTERS of tk HOLY CROSS. (^TUDIEU WILL BE RESUMED Monday, Augnat 2», 1887. The English course includes all the branches necessary for a first-class education. The Lan guages, Ornamental Needlework, Plain Hew ing, the principle of V olce Culture and Choir Singing Drawing and Sketching from Nature form no extra charge. Terms moderate. The usual modification of terms given when two or more of the same family attend school at the same time. The students who attend All Hallows Col lege will he permitted to visit their (lsturs at the Academy. Half rates can be secured on two of the rail road lines. For Catalogue,etc., address as above. RE-OPENED. The Jackson House. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. THE BOOU8 ABE HABD FINISHED, NEW. ly and elegantly furnished, and in (pe el am. Single Rooms or in Suites. Una In All <b« Kooiua. Connected with the Hotel t( the FINEST MR-ROOM IN THE STATE ....AJTD TU.ee. BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA A. JACKBON, Proprietor, Formerly of the Jeokson House, at Hamilton CANDY STORE FOR SALE. OWING TO AN INCREASE IN THE BES taurant business, and wishing to make more room for the purpose of accommodating my oustoinen, I am desirous of disposing of my Candy business, which I will sell at s low valuation for cash, if an early application ia made. MRS. JL’LIA BBOWN. Eureka, June 25,1887. J26-« Dissolution of CoprtnersM;. ■\TOTIOE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE partnership heretofore existing between J. G. Ford, H. P. Merritt and J. W. Freemen has been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts by the concern prior to the dete hereof will be paid npon presentation to J. G. Ford at Eu reka, Nev. i. G. FORD. H.P. MERRITT. July 10. 1887. JSO-liu for the FOURTH J)F JULY. L*Wr.SSSj“ «««• ^ Boys'Watches with Chains, $5. Cents’ Watches with Chains, S8. All warranted to keep Corret Time. AT STRAUS’ Pioneer Jewelry mere. Eureka, June 1, 1, 1887. 2 lf J0HNW.TA mber t, Worth Main Ntreet. Eureka, .........DiaLKu nr„„ GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS .ALSO. ill Kinds o[_Fresli Fruits. Fresh Fish Received Every Day! Country Produoe a Speoialty FOR CASH 1 Will aell Goode cheaper than any house In town. * 1 Call and examine my ontflt, at the old >to>. on Main street. Enreka, Feb. 3, 1885. f , Tin Eureka Canity Bank. (Successor to Paxton k Oo.) Capital Stock, ; 8100,000 WILL BUT AND BELL EXCHANGE ON Ban Francisco, New York. London and the principal Baatern and European Oltlea. Directors: M. D. FOLEY. DANIEL MFYEB B. K. MORRISON, B. GILMAN H. DONNELLY. M. D. POLEY President II. T. HOADLEY. W. E. GRIFFIN.Assistant Cashier Miulnit anil Other Stocks Utinrht stud Hold on t'ouimUslon. Enreks, March 25.1885. mhK-tf OYSTER sSlOOiT Ciop House asu (Mectimen Main etreet, one door north of Poetofflce, MRS. JULIA BROWN, : : PROPRIETRESS, OPEN DAY AND NICHT. Oyatera rerelred dally by rxpreaa and all the dellcaclea of the market kept conatantly on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS. The only place In Eureka where CANDY manufactured. Freeh and Oholoe Oandlea for aala, either wholesale or retail. jiatf BUREAU HOTEL, (Formerly the Turner House), South atitln Street, Eureka, P. Me Elroy, : : Proprietor. This old istablibued hotel hab Just been thoroughly renovated and re* paired, and will be kept In the best maimer for tbe comfort and accommodation of gueata. Rooms, Single or in Suites. Lodgings, 50c, 75c and SI. Soard, S7 per week, Xtteals 30c The beat in the market will be eerved. Tbe Bar la stocked with the beat brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars The Railroad Ooacb takea Passengers to and from tbe Depot. JjHd Administrator’s Notice. Notice is hereby given that f. m. lleltman ha* been (Inly appointed the administrator of the estate of K. J. Burns, de ceased. and all parties holding claims agaluat tho estate of E. J. Bums, deceased, are hereby notified to present tlie samu to B. M. lleatly and Peter Breen, attorneys for the said adtuln ietrator, st their office lc the Conrthuuse build ing, Eureka county. Nevada, duly certified as required by law within alx weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice, or the said claims will thereafter be liarred and cease to he a oharge against said estate. F. M. HE1T.MAN, Administrator. R. M Bkatty and Petkii Brush, Attorneys for Administrator. Eureka, Nevada, July 16, 1S87. jyl7-Cw NC CE. Rally Hill Taxpayers, Attention. rjlHE STATE and county taxes ARE now doe and payable Immediately at my office ill Eureka. C. C. WALLACE, Aasoasor, Eureka, Eureka county, Nev., July 27, 1SS7. jy28-2w STATE UNIVERSITY NOTICE. milB NEVADA STATE UNIVKRHITVWILL X bo reopened Reuo, Nevada, I ..h 1887, Prof. Le Boy D-Brown, Prudent, with. ^De^rOnentTX instruction of teach er?-u"on?rteUfoeNev0.“d.nts. Easy term. t0Se'.««S:ion. can be ^erpartl0..rWrtt.m under signed. JOHN M. DORMEH, W.C. DOVEY, Board of Begcn'su Canon City, July 29,188 •