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Pioche Weekly Record,
THURSDAY. AUGUST 1, 189o. Official Paper of Lincoln County PCSMIMSD ETtBT TlOHUI BT EUGENE GOODRICH, Lessee. OFFICE: MASONIC BUILDING. LACOUR STREET. . THUMB: Baosoripttou.One Year.bv Mill ft 00 Subscription, Hlx Months. ' j jo Nona Forwarded till Paid for. Advertising rates famished upon application . idb uince. Entered st the PoatoHloe st Heoond-Olass matter. Pioche. Nevada, Communications are solicited, but the paper ..... am nyuuBmi ir me opinions oi lte cor respondents. Delivered by carrier at month. 50 cents per LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. We are now in the month of August. Read the teaohera' examinaton notice under New To-Day. r. P. awiuler is able to b about after week's illness. again New hay is now being brought to market from the valley near by. John Rotder and Robt. Martin were up from DeLamar several days this week. Assessor Freudenthal and brother Henry eame in from Comet the first of the week. A few melons, the first of the seaxon, brought good prices to Utah peddlers this week. The Durraut trial of Sau Fraucinoo, is now running in full blast. A change of venue was denied. A portion of Mrs. C. MoMahon's lodging house is being toru down and will be moved to DeLamar, Wm. H. Clark and family left yesterday morning for DeLamar where they will here after reside. After an absence of about a month Dis triot Attorney T. J. Osborne returned on Sunday's stage. Sam Fogliana was a passenger on Mon day's Milford stage bound for his old home in sunny Italy. All repair work on the Masonio building is about finished and the building will stand now for some time to oome. A shipment of a gold bar valued at $2,300 was recntly made from Montgomery, Nye oounty, to Salt Lake City. Senator John P. Jones, wife and daughter are visiting in Reno. They will remain in the state some time visiting their numerous friends. i ne close season for sage hens ended on the loth ult. and local nimrods may now lawfully slaughter any they happen, in itieir wanderings to run aoross. ain. 11. liawdon arrived here on Sat uroay s stage and went on to DeLamar Monday morning. She will probably re main in DeLamar for seme time. ine silver eonvention ef California will meet in San rrancisco on the 19th, of August. It promises to be a large gather mg ol true supporters of the white metal Chances to do assessment work on outly. iug claims are being eagerly sought after. It is early in the season for this hereabouts and the applications made in promising quarters ior this kind of work show how hard the times are. The stage road leading from Paoaca east, was badly washed out for several miles by Saturday's flood. Sunday's stage ran into one of the washed out places and broke out the wagon tongue but managed to arr here close to schedule time. Under the head of New To-Day appears a notice of the DeLamar Nevada Gold Miu mg Co., caliiug in all of the DeLamar aluminum coin issued by the above named eompany. All of this coin will be redeemed until August 25th, 1895. C. E. Goodrich, and Miss Dora Walker of San Francisco, were married at Calioo, Cali fornia, on the 9th. inst. Reliable informa tion of the event reached here yesterday. though rumor has had it for somo time that the event was to occur. "Joe," who is a riootie boy, together with his bride, have our best wishea for future prosperity and happiness. On Monday the Secretary of the Interior approved List No. 14 of Nevada lands to the State covering 28,334 acres. These lands are entered through the State Land OlBce at Carson and coimtitute a portion of the two million acres granted by the general government to the State. Of the list just cleared a very large part is situated within Lincoln County aud con tracts with the State may be expected shortly. ADVERTISED LETTER LIST. The following letters remain uncalled for at the Pioohe postoffioe August 1, 1895: Thompson Harry Matli Oio. Parties calling for the above letters will please say "advertised." M. J. CARMAN, P. M. DISTRICT COURT NOTES in ine cab of J. Nesbitt & Bro. vs. the Pioche Con. M. & R. Co. tried at the last sitting here, the defendant has moved for a new trial. Judgment was rendered in favor of plamtifi's for ?2H9.45 and costs. The mouon win ie heard at the October sitting. "J"'" . uu nionuay nied papers againet W. H. Perry asking for a decree of divorce. The decree is asked for on the r .i,.. i . . . grounds of cruelty. The custody of the children and fifty dollars per month alimony is also demanded. On Friday last the Supreme Court filed its decision in the case of Charles Craw vs. rrank Wilson, affirming the judgment of the District Court here, which was render ed in favor of Wilson, and refusing a new trial of the case. The case was submitted to the Supreme Court on the 15th of ADril. i ne iuu text ol the decision will be at band i. , ,. . . - r shortly and will be of interest hereabouts since it will determine the law of this State in the matter of mining partnerships. Craw brought this action to recover half of Wilson's interests in Ferguson District on a claim of partnership said to have been en tered several years before any of the claims were located, the contention being that each was to be interested in any claims the other might locate, etc. Long after, Wilson located the Monitor, April Fool and other claims at rurguson Distriot, and when they snowed up as valuable properties, Craw sued to bo declared a half owner with v iison in all those properties, now said to be worth millions. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. A Heavy Flood. wn naturaay evening Panaoa experienced tne heaviest flood it has ever known. No raiu fell in the town itself but up in the mountains about the middle of the afternoon a heavy storm was seen to be in progress An hour or two later, about five o'clock in the evening, a torrent of water surged down e canyon east of town, entering from the northeast corner. The advance waves were from four to six feet high and carried things way pretty generally. Lee Callaway's lot war the first to suffer, where all garden and other stull was w.nhml ,.., edges place came next where several sec, -..,. VUU lions oi tcuce were oarned off and a swath cut to bedrock through his garden lot 150 teet wide. lhe same thing occurred at the public square, the blacksmith shop oorner ana other places, while the main ditch. where not completely washed out, was filled level with sand, and water for household purposes had to be hauled for several davs ti. i .... ins streets were badly cut up and a week's worn wmi several teams and a number of men will be required to put them in pass. uuie snape again. The flood lasted about two hours. At about seven in the evening another torrent of water came down the Condor Canyon tearing things up generally, destroy ing ditches and grain in the field north of town. In the first flood many houses and buildings were flooded with water and the damage all around is much greater than at hrat supposed. Looking Up. I lie preparatory work going on now at tho summit smelter and the Old Timer mine west of town, promises, and also means very ...uuii n.r riocne. i he intention is to work the Old Timer, the Half Moon and possibly other claims thereabouts, primarily for the goia tne ores contain, with the lead and sil vea oontents to be extracted later. The Half Moon mine, opened up several years ago by the Pioohe Con. Co., shows large quantities of ore, carrying in gold $12 to the ton besides lead and silver. The Old Timer, lituated on the north aide of the same range of hill, i, , good prospect and has shipped in times past some good silver lead ore. The gold in this claim i, con. tamed principally in an iron gangue most of which would not bear the cost of shipment to outside points. The cyanide process will be used and tanks to work ten tons a day are ordered and will be placed in the summit smelter works of the Pioohe Con. Co. If ..... ful others will be added. The gold oon- tent nf th AM will L- t. ouestion f ' 7" I" TZr silver and !.,! : :1 , " . ' "vuvvu" einuM l b uiiinaa m vi,uuijj iu aeoonu. II sue cessiiu however, concentrating 1 the uba and the Poorman mines nf large quantities have been for veara unoov. ered, will be treated, in which event Pioche nas a luture of many years' business nrr... perity before it. W. V. Rice and James Farral. nf P.-i, City, Utah, prominent mining men there re backing the experiments, while the work here is in charge of Mr. Pat Sh. Only a few men are at present employed but it is hoped the work will be started by the eud of this month. Accidentally Shot. At about noon yesterday Dr. Camnbell was summoned by 'phone to Attend T,, Deavitt at DeLamar, who shortly before had been accidentally shoi.. The Doctor left at once and expecttd to reach DeLamar at about ten o'clock which he did. lhe wounded man is one of the messen. gem on the DeLamar Company's bullion coach. The messengers were anoauo.1 ; cleauing their guns, when in some way, the revolver of P.t Devlin, was discharged while in his hands, it is understood, th. h.ll striking Devitt above the pelvis bone on the right side and ranging around so that later it was located and cut out from his back. L'r. Hiorason waa immediitilu .j dressed the wound and Dr. Campbell sum moned also co-operate with him. The wound serious. is at thi. ;,. thought to be dangerous. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, mm CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Pr.. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant AO YEARS THE STANDARD. DE LAMAR DOTS. Dr. Bjornson is building a fine residence on DeLamar Avenue. When the place is finished it will be one of the best in town. Mrs. E. H. Hawden was among the week's arrivals from Salt Lake. R. A. Martin and John Roeder airived from Pioche yesterday. Our County Assessor is here on an assess ing tour and never overlooks anyone. H. Nichols of California, is among the re cent arrivals here. Dan Mandich ksepa a good stock of fruits and vegetables, also a fine assortment nf candies. A quiet wedding took place here last even ing, the contracting parties being J. Hasten and Miss Dora Forbes. These parties are recently from Prescott, Arizona. We wish them the best of success through their new station in life. Those interested in establishing a branch lodge of the B. B. B. Order, meet to-nicht at Vietta and Purtacher's hall to discuss the, proposition. Dr. J. D. Campbell was summoned here yesterday to attend Terry Devitt who was accidentally shot yesterday. The patients' recovery is somewhat doubtful. Henry Kahn is here representing the lead mg grocery house of Salt Lake. il you need anything in th drue line call on VV. H. Meek who has just received fresh stock of everything in that line. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder world't Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. State School Funds. The following is the statement of Suner intendent Cutting of the seoond semi-annual apportionment of school moneys for 1895. Counties, No. of children. Amount. Churohill... 91 320 903 202 498 $ 334 47 1,209 93 3,541 53 742 88 1,831 44 Douglas Elko Esmeralda . . Eureka Humboldt. . 2,666 26 1,724 80 1,907 52 1,702 72 Lander 409 Lincoln 535 Lyon 4(J3 Nye 152 559 00 Ormsby . 803 ..2,222 . . 1,650 .. 318 2,953 I Storey 8,171 C3 3,068 04 1,169 43 Washoe White Pine . . . Total 9420 $34,643 10 Has Broken the Record. lhe Consolidated Kansas Citv smeltino and refining company on July 5. broke th. record for all previous dav'a vnlnm. ...mess, un that Uay the output was 1250 ounces of gold, valued at 825,000; 81,000 ounoes of silver, eight cars of lead and two ef copper. The value of the entire nroduot aoout 5SO.OO0. The day's work -.. the largest recently done by any smelter in ine worm. It is ruled by the postal authorities that any reduction of tho size of a Dostal n.r.1 1 clipping, rounding off the corners or other- wise, will subject the receiver of tho card to a cnarge of one cent on delivery. Thi. manes the cost of a postal card equivalent " "r P0'"8' Persons inclose f """esponuents nnar.svi nc.rr4. . i in envelnn.. too email, and imagine that a little clipping won t make any difference. fn. j offtheooruera for ornamental purposes or convenience in handling. But the practice in wruog, A prize of 5,000 is offered by the Chicago Times-Herald for the successful competitors in a horseless carriage or vehicle motor race between Milwaukee and Chicago. The date of the contest will be about the first of next November. Frist prize, $2,000 and a gold medal, the same being 0p,n to competition to the world. Second prize, $1,500, with the stipulation that in the event the first prize is awarded to a vehicle of foreign in vention and manufacture this prize shall go to the moat suooessful American competitor. Third prize $1,000 and fourth prize, $500 The third and fourth prizes are open to all competitors, foreign and American. LEVI STRAUSS & CO? TRAM COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. fACTORV-flAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA. Arrivals and Departure of Mails. PIOCHE, PASACA AND MILFOKD. Leave every day (except Sunday) 7 A. Arrive every day (except Monday) 6:30 p. M PIOCHE AND DELAMAR. Leave Mon. Wed. and Friday's at 8 A. Arrive Wed. Fn. and Sunday's atG P. M. PIOCHE AND HIKO. leave Monday's and Friday's at 8 A. M Arrive W'd'eaday'a and Sunday's at 6 p, PIOCHE AND GEYSER. To. VI !... 1 - . , . i.., muuiuyi ana rriaays at 8 A. M Arrive Tuesday's and Saturday's at 6 p. M PIOCHg, M. V. WASH AND EL DOHADO CANYON, Leave Monday's and Thursday's at 7 A. M Arrive Thursday's and Sunday's 6:30 p. m. Las Veoas and Keystone. Leaves every Monday at 7 a. m. Arrives every Thursday at 6 p. in. M. J. Carman. P. M THE DELAMAR ALUMINUM COIN United States District Attorney Jones 0 Keno went to DeLamar to look into the matter of the use of money in that neiuh borhood not permitted by the laws of the United Mates. The DeLamar Company has Deen issuing aluminum coins of different face value in payment of demands against 41 .L:-t- 0 iudui, wuicn nave Deen in general circola. tion in that section, as well as in portions of Utah. This the United States officials held was in violation of the laws, and was simi lar to issuing counterfeit money. The com pany claimed as their reason for using these : i. 1 i ... uBwau 01 uovernment coins that it was un safe for them to transport gold and silver back into the camp, and that as the money was not intended for general circulation they were violating no law. The United States District Attorney, however, believed differently, and arrested the Superintendent 01 the comnanv. Later Mr Tnn.. Manager Robinson of the DeLamar Com pany at Salt Lake and explained the situa - .... ir uuua saw nun 10 mm. lhe manager first claimed that he violated no law and could so prove to ine satisiaction of the District Attorney, but he would telegraph to the company's attorneys in rnew i ork and get their opinion. Iho New York Attorney. t.l.. graphed Mr. Jones that all his demands would bo complied with and the "tin" money wiuiurawn irom circulation, and gold and silver coins 01 tho United States reolaea it. Now that the matter has been satisfactorily settled, it is more than likely that the charges against the superintendent will be dismissed. Salt Lake Tribune. The various United States sub-treaaui will supply silver coin in multiples of $10.00 ana lorward it by mail free of expense. In salt l,ake and other places silver ao shipped u ue insured against loss in the mails for eighty five cents per thousand. There is no good reason therefore why we should not enjoy an abundance of silver change uoreaooutes, unless it is that none ef have any surplus to invest in silver. woes urover want a third term? Will an Englishman refuse a dish of plum duff? vi course, Urover wants it, and the chances are he will be the candidate of the gold bug -nigs 01 tne Democratic and Republican parties. Cleveland began his first term witn ine statement that no man should be given more than one term in the Presiden tial chair. Now ha is in the hands of hia friends-Belmont, Morgan. Rothschilds & Man wants but little here below, but wants that little long. Grover wanted but one term, but wanted it spreed out to coyer a uietime. Cunning old man Mohave (Ariz.) Miner. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE. Persons holding any of the DeLAMAR METALLIC CHECKS will please present them for payment at the office of the Company, at De LAMAR, NEVADA, at once. These CHECKS will not be redeemed after August 25th, ioyo. DELamar's Nevada Gold Mining Co. 1ALPH JNICHOLS, Superintendent. 'ioche, Nev., August 1, 1895. Teachers Examinations. Bt anthiiHr.M,,,. .. .... ... . . . tioo-eiamT, :.." "rQ ?' ".ft n "p Oounty Board of Examiners. All persons dnalrnn. ... 1 . . UNBOftNS. pi.,? ,"0fflc! un,J Bc"l Superintendent Pioche. Nevada, August, 1st, 18s. MARK D. L. WERTHEIIWER &d -Dealers In General :-: Merchandise DeLamar, Nevada GROCERIES o,E,.rD..crlptlen i M PROSPECTORS OUTFITTED GENERALLY FURNITURE In the Call And See 1 Droves & EVERYTHING AT 4s m Freed FurnitureCa Salt Lake description at J3 competition. A Full Line of Our Goods kept by D, In tb. Distriot Court of the Fourth Judicial Dl.- tnet, Oountv of Lincoln, Stat, of Nevada. In the Matter of the Estate of Richard vaorman, Deceased. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sals of Heal Estate Should not be Hade. It appearing to tha JnAaa s. . . P6"""." 'W y presented and tiled by J O Oela! bert the Admlolstrator of the Estate of R chard real estate, to pay the charues of Adnilnlti..Ho.,' rwl , r m order' J the Judge of said Mid l.VmoV interested In the estate of ?nt'0y.?e;: I" o-otoek in the ?hftt0,UrBt,0,v.tb! Fourth '"to District, at the town of Pioche in said County of Lincoln to ?h T-?5UfS Wi1'', V ordw 'bmii not De puted to the said Administrator to sell so much of the real And that a copy of this order be published at leaat four successive weeks in th. piLT" t5wS s."d0Oo'u'nt1y.neW8P"Per Pr""d Planed in Dated March. SO. if96.ALBOT D1,tr,ct ,ud"- Notice to Lien holders. Diatrict Oort r.T." uc. " ,c,'n In the lowaYde? to establish. .fi vr Yt. M . ""ought plaintiff and of b7j7?'ri LiSta W B tj, t,j. tadj 'KM ar; arrig. Martin dir.. w i:: 2T S "S'1 id lien. h?'L!nd,ttorue' ": 11 o which mtiSaJfrZ '.sinned to the plaintiff and Wn and 1 being. inY.now P n," Xg WatHat 3!f '"a?1 L;nooln ot e"i3s toiw! i- ' .nSSi fey"t0n! foil, and Mining 01.7 as re corded In record book n-mber two of s.idDl.tri! book D of Min?nv n.dUm "',"to- led fn on t?.'B'.Utg.!ltt.hSdrUoo.Ter' Monument, situate fStXrthiZlf '.K.eJ'0M ntaln, nfty (60) dUcoy.r. 'ho mouth 'th Ronton, dr.? dTnftHw?df.rU.n.,,'ng ,1,eDM "n SSSS nrN.tocr'n1rn;. fto,..tan.C,mB0tl'eMterl " hundred 600 iX m,nJ"nnt marked "Keystone s Jt. (I MM feet .Nortl"""l- hundred .ton. t T J ,t?."" monument marked "Key. ll'iL"C' l!t" Nortowssterl, thri. 2S1Zg2Z2iM' Soon Mrtfenkri! K,J,t0M . dlbed of ViSIIfiSi 17 ln ,b" l,0,lc ' lxon there. boaTld.0,0. ln ld Dl.trlct record sl.U of tee of co,t, theorem."'1 11 "," ma' marktf$'50prie,.dh!rn7rrt.ol0L,r " Which National Innb " ..:.i. . . Tlrtae of a, and a desciiption of his inventul, ..I Nerada, ap"hroughout the United Siatea amoSl" Act to Bonlnufacturai, thus bruieing to the S to Repeal . of the Inrention. ,.."2 the amendmas refarded strictly confix na SS aT rtwsw: and nmof (k. " saia II. OS, ana proof thereof. JOHi, bauih. ' v' o. and T. J. Ouom Dated. Mar 94th . laon Attorneys for the Plaintiff. 0ourtt""d 10 0t'obw Mt hy order of mam m'mm,. ' "lar, neVaO. CIGARS and TOBACCO latest patterns And at the LOWEST Prices. Our Stock Of Hardware-'. BEDRqqk PRICES ! ; . Oity, TJtaJa. o every that defy prices PIOCHE Drug Store. Oliemloala, Drugs, Toilet Articles, HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. SOAP, 8P0N0K8. ETC., ETC. A LARGE VARIETY OT Notions and Fancy Articles nhYelmn' 'crlpHoi.s carefully com gist 7 UHpatou by a competent drug- Dr. J. D. Campbell, PROPRIETOR. Chemical and Microscopic Examinations of Urine. Calls Promptly Attended, Da? or Night. SOCIETIES. I. O. O. P. PIOOHE LODGE KO. 13. MEETS EVERY TTTKHriAT iTT-lin , o'clock ln their hall on Mala street, visiting Brothers cordially In- r. - . JoK 8iTB 1. O. . D. OutraiLL, SecraUrT. A. O. V W. PIOCHE LODGE MO. 3. THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF Pioohe Loiv No. 3, A. O. D. W., are held In Odd Fellow's Hall the first and third Wednesday eyenlng of saoh month, at 7:80 o'clock sharp. Vlait. Ing brothers cordially Invited te attend. H. E. FaauoKaTHAL, Reoorder. r. a. m. ST. JOHN'S LODGE NO, 1. MEETS THE FOURTH SATURDAY ia each month at Haaonlo Hall, on Laoonr street. All Tinting Brothers In good Standi!!. .P. inwltA in mUmA A AMIS NESBITT, Hecretary. i. D. CAMPBELL, W. M. JOHN SHERIDAN, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER First door aorta ef Us Odd Follew's BIU. lag, Main Street. Repairing Promptly ui Nutlj Dm L. WERTHEIMER A rn n.v ..