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Pioche Weekly Record. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1895. Official Paper of Lincoln County mi Tiinau T Record Publishing Company. OrrlOB: M180MIO BOH.DWO. 1400UB STREET. FOR SLANDER. $26,000.00 Apiece Damage Asked by Joeph end Eleanor McGuffie Against A. W. Gserfor Alleged Slanderous Remarks. Two ntw dtmage Bit have been filed in the District Court Eleanor McGuffie u the plaintiff in one, end Josepn McGuffie in the other, while A. W. Getr ol P.hranagat val ley it defendant in both. Plaintiff allege that tbey hay weB """"gea in tb turn of LIGHT RAILROADS Recommended Strongly For Mountainous Country. Wants Construct One. Our to Awarded Highest Honors -World' Fair. O. P. M. Huffman, connected with the Minnesota, k North Dakota Ry., addressee a circular letter to prominent citizens in Elko, White Pine and Lincoln counties on the subject of light railroads. The assump tion is that the counties tnrough which a line to California would run, would back an TIROS' ascription. Oos Year. by Mall abaerlptlon.-tU Months. " MBarward.dtlH Paid . liOO , 1 10 aanrtMDf rats. n",B m1mU0B "SHE? the Po-tomo. st Floehe. Nevada. as 8oonoV01es matter. b l tk, paper Will w "" respondents. n.n a h carrier at 60 cents per VVHwO' - ? month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. .. th. nnrsst whiskies, brandies, wines a. ui etc, cell at Thompsons. ml. rv., rinrk vesterdsy issued a A lav vvuuij mi - , cense for the marri.ge of Joseph M.tli and Miss Emma Craw. Sunday next marks about th. shortest d.v in the yesr. From that date th. day. will imperceptibly lengthen. tl. 1,. of the Amateur Orchestra are practicing regularly in antidpation of work during the holidays. t A TW.nn is now sols proprietor of the Del'amar stsge line, having bought out the interest of J. W. McDonougn. r-t.-i.ws dsv aDDrosche's but no display nt tnv. and neneral Christmss stuff greets ,.M as of vore. W. must make up our minds to a nice quite time. M. and Mrs. Pete Edwards oame in from Geyser Tuesday evening, and this morning irt lo. Rritfham oitv. Utah, where they will remain for the winter. Mrs. Frank Rosa, will arrive from the ...t to-morrow night. She will remain for tk. nr;.t and keen house for her brothers amy o.born. 1 k Llllle Stoddard Ben ana rew u- HMtm Henry Welland has at last secured a part- jlmmi, Nesbitt ner far his grocery business. Be arrives l..t Thursday afternoon, seems to take to matters kindly and Henry hopes he will eventually euoeeed to th. wbols business, Ben Miller of White Pine has taken the mail ooutract from Geyser to Osceola. The original contractor isS. E. Travis of Chicago 95 000 each by the defendant by reason of enterprise themselves. The letter says: certain slanderous remarks. Theaomplaint. I I am in close oommunion with New E are in substance the sam.. That of Elea nor McGuffie cbsrges: That at the time c: the commission of the greviaoce hereinafter mentioned, plain tiff sustained a good oame and character among her neighbors sod acquaintances for moral worth and integrity, and was never nsnected of the crime of taroeny. That on the day oi novemlier, 1890, in the nresence of divers and sundry good and . i . . . rttay parsons, to. aeiendant .poke the following words otneerning the plaintiff: "It was my " na ty, (meaning the plaintiff and her husband) stole it." That the aid words were false and by reason of spesking, publishing and uttering of them the plaiotitt Baa been greatly in jured in her reputation and good name, to her damage in th. sum oi j&,uou. Uicu ards k McMillian of Ogd.n, are the attor neys for the plaintiffs. i The remark complained of is .aid to have been made by the defendant a. he was leav ing th. witness stsnd is the District Court, after testifying reetnt oase ot Morn McGuffis and others, and that the re mark had no reference so me case then on trisl Thus it is an outcrop of that some what remarkable trial,' which has resulted already in more direct litigation than any case which bss been oelore the court for twenty years, and, if current rumors are true, tb end is not yet. SCHOOL REPORT. Ads PeaslM Wilkes Campbell Frank Thompson Oeorge Nsbltt Willie Carman Charles Osborne Charles Garrison John Donohue Edward Deck Julia Lynch Jennie Sawyer Grace Stoddard Leonard Carman Isabell Osborne Amelia Lynch "A" CUBS. 100 : 100 , 100 . 100 90 , 100 ' too 100 , 100 "B" CLASS. w 9) 100 wo 100 . 10 ... too : 100 10 too 100 00 100 100 so 100 100 80 100 100 100 100 100 100 S3 100 60 and under him, until last week, the mail was carried by J. A. Denton, After two hours hard blowing Sunday afternoon snow began falling in the evening and fell to a depth of four inches in two hours. This was the extent of the storm however. Since then the weather has been qlear, but quite cold, Candles for Christmas and the Holidays can be obtained fresh and choice at the post- office. Minnie Carman this week received a new ship ment especially for the Hon days, Dr. J. D. Campbell was called to Panaca on Tuesday to attend Zed Stanton, a nephew of John Atchison thsre, who was suffering from a painful enlargement of the neck. A slight surgical operation was performed but the relief to the patient was immediate from the misery he has endured for a month put. An impression teems to be gaining ground that th. Milford mail here closes at nine o'clock P. M. and that letters posted after that hour are not sent out the following morning. This is a mistake. The outgoing mail is made up immediately before th. stage leaves at six o'clock ev.ry morning and if this method is changed, due notio. will be given th. public of the foot Delamar will celebrate th. holidays in part with a masked ball. - Some elegant got' tames may be expeoted. Pioche proposes to even up with s Hard Timet Party for New Years, ticket. S for $1 or something of the kind; nothing but old clothes to be worn. This last proposition is all right and the average party goer on looking up his old dudt will find himself strictly presentable. C. I Roe finished his run at the small furnace at Bristol on Friday night. About twoearlosda of copper bullion is th. output. All th. ore had been put through with the exception of about five tons, when on Fri day night the pump in th. well, broke nec essitating abut dpwa., JVhen the reptirs. wtr. mad. the small quantity of are remain ing on hand did not justify starting up again, r ' Th. Pioche Con. M. t R. Co., it making final entry for patents on th. remainder of Its mining claims her. Th. group embraces twelve or fifteen olaimt altogether and they practically take th. whol. of the north aide ol Spring mountain, running from the Bay , soood k Ely ea the weat to th. Poorman on the east and from th. Meadow Valley an the north to beyond the Yba on the south. The territory embrace, the ground entered by Marly ell the pay mines here in early dayt and tram which nearly 175,000, 000 have been taken, principally in sUvtr, The tbove it the standing of the pupils of the Grammar department for the two weeks ending Deo , 13th. In the first column is found the pupils avenge in deportment, the second punctuslity snd the third school work. In grading 1UU mean, relative per' feotioo, 95 means extra, 90 very good, 85 good, 80 ordinary, 70 poor and 60 very poor, This method is naed believing thereby the pupils will be encouraged to study and maintain as high an average as they can. Parents are especially invited to vieit the school st any and all timet. W. D. Prewitt, Principal Pioche Publio School. A Painful Accident' Saturday evening laat, just after dark, Louie Klein had tht misfortune to slip while crossing Main St., snd break one of hit thighs. He had been to Welland's store for tome small article aud when just beyond the edge of the sidewalk, crossing a patch of ice, both feet slipped, throwing him heav ily to the ground He was carried to his place of business and Dr. Campbell hastily summoned when it wis found that bit right thigh bone wss squsrely fractured. The in jured member was immediately sot by Dr. Campbell and the patient it getting along at well at could be expeoted, but with even the most faverablt progress, it will be tix or tight wteks before he will be able to be out again. I am in cloae oommunion with New Eng land men who are particularly favorable to investment in light railroads. My atten tion has been called to Nevada's lack of transportation facilities and I also note your lack of population to support a railroad, though evidently your country is teeming with latent reaouroei that would furniah traffic in oaee a road would be built. As I soon shall have the M. A N. D. C. Ry., projeot exploited and will be open to engagement to look at anything that can be reasonably expeoted to show results sul oient to bring adequate returns to support capital to build, I would be pleased to figun with you gentlemen relative to exploring th country for a line of road, Wells, Nov., through Elko, White Pine, and Lincoln counties, vis Cherry Creek, Ely, Geyser, Pioche, Kiernan and Moaps, leaving the State near Good springs running south-west, then aouth, terminating at San Diego Cal. Such a line would put you on an indepen dent basis and would allow your mineral to reach tide-water, the only basis of a true outlet. For thit road I would suggest the extreme narrow gauge: Viz: two feet, which our men are perjudiced in favor of, until it it shown that the line would b. extremely profitable for a heavier gauge. The two foot is practical as evidenced by the recent building of the Wiscassstt and Quebeo in the State of Maine and the oontinued pro fitable operating of the Sandy River and the Phillips and Rangley Bys., in the tame state. Tht reasont favorable to thit gauge especi ally for your country are: It answers every pur lose j 45 lb., steel answers for all traffic, lighter will do, oross-tiet are but 4J feet long, grading it much lighter and the degree of curvature is so much more favorable for a rougli country. In every case they cost but oae-third to one-half of a standard gauge hence the fixed chargoa nre much less; that is, a oountry that has but half enough busi ness to support a standard gauge road wonld support this gauge with a surplus to spare. That freight can be handled just as cheap as on a standard it showu every day in Maine. The atanard gauge shows high speeds, yet their passenger train schedule shows but 25 miles per hour on an average, All '.he two foot roads in Maine are running 20 miles an hour. I am favorably Btruck with the advantages of thit gauge to your teotion and for thit route and in time when the country becomet fully developed nod there is more demand for through cars etc., it can be widened at but a nominal expense. III! MOST PERFECT MADE. A nure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. For Sale. The lumber in a building 24x50 feet in good order. Contains1 ten windows three and a half by six feet eaoh. suitable for a publio building of any kind. Inquire at the KECORD ottico. Eagle Valley School. The following, is the report of the Eagle Valley publio sohool for two weeks ending November 29th, 1895. AClms. 8. A. D. Nellie Hammond '91 100 T Llllle Uimmoml 00 100 100 Fratnet i Hammond 00 100 94 Freeland Lytle 86 100 100 B Cues. Joe Hammond 85 100 91 Hani Holllpger 84 100 01 Sam Lytle 89 100 100 G Cuss. EttaMathis 81 90 100 Maggie Lytle 86 100 100 John Frauds 87 8o 100 S. Scholarship, A. Attendance, D. 1 portment. C. M. Swindler, Teacher. Not Poisonous. Th. objections made by the Panaca people against the Phoenix Reduotion Company st Bullionville to their turning cyanide water loos., brings from the offioert of that company the itatemeot that the water re leased by them is not ooisonout. That while cyanide is used in eolation for leach ing, this solution is otrtfully preserved and used over and over amin. That when the leachiug it complete the sands are waabed out and away with s flood of water, with practically no cyanide poison remaining. They user! that there is far less objeotioo to tht tail waters of the Wetebt method than there was under the old form of amal gamation when blueitooe'WM used years ago.. ' 1 Tuesday's Entertainment. The members of the A. O.' U. W. Ord.r have about arranged the programme which will be presented at their Hall next Tues day evening. - , Friends ot the member, have kindly con tented to assist and the result will be a ss- ltotitn of songs, duets, quartettes, reoita- tions, reading! etc.. ' withV instrumental music, sucb ss have been so pleasingly ren dered on previous similar ooeasions. At far at heard Irom no other amusement of a pub lio natune it arranged for Christmas eve. The entertainment will begin at 8:15 o'clock. it is free and tvtrdody it invited. Newt items of local event art scarot, but t "local stimulator" which found its way to this office yesterday mad. at smile. It', marked "Louit Zapp ft Co., 15 old, private stock, etc." A. S. Thompson brought jt la, a "' of "TU.!P '"J. . , . tcuW4 direot from J , Inaetlmwith eehokat as sortment of gin, b ready, ate:, lot the HoU- dayt. Our Judgement follows that of others which U, that the Loo is Zapp k Co.. whis kies are the best to bt had in tbt market, . and ifyoa went something oh'oist la thit Use for your Chrlttmat oelebrtUon, f oa smew was, to gat is, t Poorman Mine. Th work of trotsittio from the old Portland abaft to th toorman ledge it pro gressiog fairly, snd ths poorman ledge may be cut in ten dayt or wo wteks. A new "Will you take thit here woman fer better or wust, an' give me $2 fer marry in' of yer?" wat the unique manner in which a Georgia juttice united two livet. Theodore Durrant it sentenced to be hung on FridayHhe 21st of February and has been removed from the county jail in San Francisco to the State prison at San Quentin. Th Lyon County Timet tayt: "There are three Indian boyt attending the publio school in Mason Valley and they are laid to hold their own with the white children, They excel in writng snd drawing, Superintendent Adamt of the U. S. Mint, eatimatea the Nevada yield of gold end sil ver for tht calendar year '94 to be: Gold, $1,220,700; tilver, $997,000; the first time in the history ot the State when the gold yitld exoeeded that of tilver in any one The Esmeralda grand jury'tnggttted that the bookt of th County officials be experted and that John Lothrop of Dayton hat been engaged at one dollar an hour and C. Joach emaon of Aurora at three dollars per day of five hours, aod one dollar per hour for extra time to do the work. Since th first of the yesr about 1500 let ters have been written, 43 applications filed, 262 contracts and 85 patents issued by the State Land Office. A new Vowel Index of 3 volumes has been compiled, thowing the aoreage eooounts at 12,415 applicants. Sinoe the first of the yesr 91,918.98 acres have been entered This thowt that Nevada it by no means dead, and people have an abiding faitb in the future of the State. Carton Tribune. Daring the put fall there have been killed on the Fraser range near Pyramid lake, Nevada, 400 head of honet. Their hides, tails snd mstfaew era disposed of at the FROM DELAMAR. The past three or four dayt have been un usually cold for thit section. Assessment work is being done on the Rocky Point claim adjoining the Flagstaff claim on the aouth. H. W. Turner is doing assessment work on the Lone Pine claim situated on theridgt of the mountain between here and Helena. Aleck Harrison cam. down from Pioche to-day to attend to the assessment work on what it called the Rttd company's property, now owned by J. Eisenmans). .,-,- The pipe for, the April Fool water 'line is arriving. It will be laid oy i. I nomp ton, who it connected .with thw firm of Rhodet Bro't., Salt Laks oity, and who hat come down for that purpose. The Company, pipe line on the Mesdow Valley Wash. tide frose up on Tuesday night. Since that time the only water com ing to the mill it that from the Baker wells in Cedar WaBh. This supply however, which at this teasob"' is good, and the fact that little is now being used in the town, will enable the mill to run along. The DeLamar company has doubled its crushing capacity at the mill. A new Blake crusher of largest size was started up last night. Two new Heine boilers of 250 horse power are being pdt in place alongside of thetwo old ones. The next step will be the tddition of extra pulverizers and leaching tanks, to bring the works up to the promised 150 tons a day working capacity. Free water has existed here for the past week. The water from Cedar Bprings, through the Nesbitt pipe line reached town a week ago, and no tanks being in readiness to receive it, and the weather being cold it has been allowed to run free and the result is that the free spout gets all the patronage Receiving tanks are to ba put up, "but as the lumber for this purpose it not yet on hand, the Cedar spring water will be in de mand for a week or two perhaps. The wire and other material for finishing up the town electric light appliances is on hand, and the work will bo started in two or tbiee days. The incandescent light will be used exclusively and the rate has been fixed at $1.50 per light per month. Three or four public lights for Main St., are talked of, to consist of clusters of three or more each. This will make navigation for th old drunk, comparatively easy in tire small hours of the night. A publio meeting is called for to-morrow night to discuss matters pertaining to a Fire Department. This particular meeting should be attended by every business man in town, and property owners generally. It is by far the most important question we have to solve in the immediate future. What appliances to adopt and how to pay for them are the first questions. If we con nect with the April Fool pipe line on Tin Horn mountain provision for it oan be made as the pipes are being laid. Looking ahead a little, a good sum of money can be saved. The matter ought to take practical form at once, and if necessary to do a little mission, ary work among the town folks to imprest them with the importance of the move, make it tomebody't butinest to do it, and see that they are paid for their tervioes, from the town fund or otherwise. Mining Assessment Work. The Mining and Scientific Press give, the following concerning mining assessment work: The work is estimated by the day's work at the ruling local rate. No decision per mits trail or road work to apply on the re quired amount of annual work on improve ment. Work must be done on the claim itself, or, if on other ground with direct re lation to it. No allowance is made for time or expense gorng to or returning from the claim. In this matter of assessment woik, the attention of holders of unpatented min ing claims in this state is directed to an act passed by the California Legislature March 31, 1895, which prescribes that when the re quired amount of annual labor or improve ments is put on an unpatented mining claim the owner shall within thirty days file with tbs county recorder an affidavit describing the labor performed, the improvement made and ita value, The act provides that fail ure to do so renders the mine open to reloc tion. The supreme court of Utah holdt that a locator of a quartz claim.who haa allowed his location to lapse aud beuom. subject to relocation, under the statues providing for the relocation of claima on which the requir ed annual wore hat been done, ha. th right to make a new location, covering the same ground. Our New Goods Are in Place. Come and See Them. We carry the largest and best assortment of goods to be found in Lincoln County, and in style, quality and price on any article wanted, whether for the person, the kitchen, dining room, parlor or household in gene ral, are bound to please you. All our goods are Fresh and ISTew. D. L. Wertheimer & Co. r - Reward for. Murderer. The county commissioners of Esmeralda county hava offered a 'reward of $250 for th espture of J. B. Boon th slaytr of Bacoch, tayt the Hawtherne Bulletin. John Chiatovich hat also offered ' $200 re ward, and the State htt offered $500 more. It it supposed that Boone has made his way to th Armagoaa region where he is said to have friends. He is said to be a I man about 45 years old, six feet tall, raw- boned and straight, sandy complexioned, and wears a leather coat, lined with cordu roy. Her choice. A woman who has traveled largely in Japan mentioned in the course of a lecture the fact that the Japanese language does not contain au impolite word, hence there is no swearing in that happy laud. She also Btaced that osculation was an unknown pleasure. As the audience dispersed, com menting favorably upon different points, an old woman remarked in a voice loud enough to be heard by all, "Well, for my part, I prefer a country where they kiss and cuss!" Atlanta Constitution. This Space Is Reserved For BJORNSON & HUDGENS' New Drug Store. John Shier's Drug Store Carries a full line of Fresh New Drugs and Patent Medicines. Prescriptions . Carefully compounded at hours of the day or night. all The taxes of the V. k T. Railroad in WaBhoe county was allowed to go delin? quent this year. The tax amounted to over $5,000. The Elko Independent says: "Tom Richey is killing eighteen horses a week and feeding them to the hogs.' The meat is boiled in a cauldron with groin and is very fattening. People who have tried horse stakes eay they are very palatable, a good deal better than tough beef. Mrs. Frank E. Smith of Great Falls, Mon tana, wsb bathing her little daughter's fore head with a solution of carbolic acid and wat er when the child Bwooned and appeared to be dead. Mrs, Smith hurriedly summoned aid. The child's head was bathed in warm water and restoratives were admiuistered. After several minutes consciousness was restored and the child finally recovered. The carbolic acid was not sufficiently dilut ed, and being absorbed through the pores, the brain was affected, causing unconscious ness. The taxes of the Southern Pacific Rail road Company in Humboldt county this year amounted to $41,375.90. This is more than the total tax during the whole year amounts to in Lincoln County. With out a railroad to tax, some of the northern counties of the State would be in as bad a fix financially as ths southern counties are, While with it, there it always an avenue of escape from bankruptcy. Some affect to fear that a road built through- Lincoln, would be taxed to pay off our enormous debt, but the real fact is. a road would pay no tax to the oounty until after it had been in op eration a.ven yeart. Dr. A. Hudgens, DENTIST. IN Toilet Articles & Perfumes You can find almost anything you desire, with a nice line of Holiday Goods from which to eelect a present for Gliristmas or New Years. Upper Alain Street, DeLamar. John Shier, PROPRIETOR. DeLamar, Nevada. THEUACE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD' ROOMS. Constantly Kept on Hand The Finest Grade of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. C. O. NEWELL, Proprietor J will NEW TO-DAY. According to rotter s forecast wt have cold weather during Christmas. White Pine County's delinquent tax lilt for thit year contains only 26 name. Pete MoRaehas been sick forth past TeacheiS Examinations. two weeks with fever but is now oonval-scent PIOCHE Drug Store. JOHN SHERIDAN, BOOT AND SHOE First door north of the Odd Follow' Build, lng, Main 8treet. Repairing Promptly and Neaily Dost PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 0OTJBT I of the Btate of Nevada, in aud for tlie Oounty o Lincoln. In the Matter of the Estate of John Wedge, Deceased. Notice Is hereby Kivnn that on Saturday the asth day of December A. D. 181)5, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day, or as soon thereafter as the same can be heard, at the court room of said court, lb the torn of Pioche, said Oounty of Lincoln, the hearing of the petition of Arthur Henry Wedge for the pro bate o'. the will of sild John Wedge, dooeased.ana for the issuance of letters testamentary thereoa to said Arthur Henry Wedge, will be heard, when ana where any person interested may appear and oon test the same. H. J. GOODRICH. Clerk of said Court. Dated December th . 1895. What's the matter with, the Lode news. paper? No copy has been rsosivedat this office for two weeks. Live chickens of good siae seld si $2,60 a dozen on the street,. Tacsdsy, At this rate who wants to eat beeft - .' t ... ,- The new drug store firm reserve-ipsot in1 the Delamar advertising clumn this week They expect to be ready for busjoetf -early, In January. ' ; . ' Mf If yon sr. in -donbhwhat, touslee tor' Christmss as s present, call at 8hier's drug. store snd tee if you don't find something nest, tasty, snd also cheap. D. Hudgens the dentist will leave for De lamar next Tuesday morning and will not return here for two months or more. , Those in need of work sre requested to call at once. A four horse extra went out on the Dela mar line thit morning loaded with passen ger! and freight. The outgoing passengers wete: A. I. Harriton, L. Wertheimer, Mrs. J. MoFaddenaud Mrs F. R. McNamee and three children. By authorisation of the Stat Board ot Educa tion, (lamination of applicants in Lincoln county for tsaehers' certificate, will be held on the t, 1 and Sth, days of January, 18M at the oonrt house at Mock, by the Oounty Board of Examiners. "' AU persons desirous of securing such csrtifl. oatM will plasse notify the undersigned before tack examinations begin, . i ,. ; ' ' T. J. Osaoairs. . .- w - - . : -' tx-ofBclo Oounty School Superintendent. Fioche, Nevada, December 1Mb, ISM. , Legal. notice.' Notice of Intention to Apply For I Permit to Cut Tim&er on fublio ,: Land. . Notice is hereby given thst the undersigned sre sboot to make application to the Honorable Sec retary of the Interior for parmisslon to cut timber on unsurveyed Government land of the United States, situated in the Oounty of Lincoln, Stat of Nevada aod described as follows: situated about eleven miles In a southerly direction from Dutch Flat, in said county and empraclng, what, If sur veyed, would be tne soma heir of section no. oi T.6S. B. 67 B. containing about 820 acres, and situated In what Is known as the Ella mill canyon, containing yellow ad macs J eon fine. ELI. EDWARDS, LAatOND WOODS. Dated, Fioche, Nevada, Dee. 10th, DM, TBI UNDERSIGNED BE8PF.OTFOLLY AN aonnct to th people of Ptoehe and Lincoln oonny that thalr Hew Drag 8tore, oa of ain street two door north or the Oodk Mercantile store, Issww pea with a new stock OertxlOAliB. 1VIt3ca.lolzi.osa Toilet Articles, FHR,XrrTjrH)R.S'. HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. t SOAP, SPONGES, ETC., ETC. A LAROE TABIBTIOF...... Notions and Fancy Articles Physician's Preserlpttens carefully com pounded, day or night, and orders from abroad filled with care and dispatch by a oompctent drug gist. . Dr. J. Df Campbell, PROPRIETOR. Chemical and Microsoopio Examinations of Urine. LEGAL NOTICE. In The District Court Of The VonHh Judicial District, Of The State or Nevada, In And For Th Coanty Of Lincoln, In the Matter of the Estate of Conrad Kiel, Deceased: ' X.B.Kiel, the executor of the last will art teatamentofeald deceased, having filed his anal report and account and petition for distribution of saidestatai ,. Notice la hereby given that the bearing on tM same will be had before said Court, at the Court House at Pioche In said Oounty on the Mnd. daj April A. D. IMS at 10 o'clock a.m. of that day or so soon thereafter as the same oan be heera, s which time and place all persons interested may appear and contest th. aam. j ooo)RI0Hi ' Clerk of said Fourth Judioial Dlslrlot Court, ktoh SI 4 w SOCIETIES I. O. O, t. PIO0HBX0DGK NO. M. MEETS EVERT TUESDAY AT ?j a bibu ... tordUlly S"1. o'clock in their hall on Main street. il;rf Visiting Brothers mr?" Tiled to attend. J. D. Oumu, Beoretarv. Joan Snuth N. 0. A. O. W. PIOCHE LODGE NO. M ot w Calls Promptly Attended, Hy or Night. Jtiiiaiias Usswid oa sh M W- M4n au.e M;-t.3iw4. th. ow- land and th rota-oat i being ran horn tht UOtaetUvtt of thit shaft. This wtU cut th Poorman ledge at a goo depth and all raoent workings lustily the btlitf that tbt ledge at this depth will produos a Wall snd as riohly at it has don ebov. Tb oi it heavy in lead and rich in alive and the mine hat beta on of th best produotr coat left to decay. Wild horus u g.ttn to be a great nuisance on the range m - ada, and many are butts. " to sav. tn. lead thef ea. Tb nort Biliea on the Frr range bring a good prlo at 1 nr bead, for they are at wild at deer, and i fuz.Uila. not worth a bit a dozen for jwork. inoun LEVI STRAUSS & C0? 111 UU si. .. . MAfl COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. fACTOaV - SAN FRANCISCO - CALIFORNIA. ? . - Notice of Forfeiture. ToE. O. Wofttern, hli Rrntee, asHiffni, hflln, I executor, or imlnistrtor nd 11 pit-ties oUlov off UDaer, rrom, ay or through niro: You arn hereby notified thU the unrleriigned oo owner with you In the mlnlnK cUira known an the "Went End' nltuated In Ely Mining DUtrlot, Lin coln County, State of Nflvadit, has porfnrmed the work and made the eipendltunm on too said min ing claim, required by neotlon 2: of the BeTlaed mattiwis oi tne udiuhi mates to nom tu mmaxv iur the yeira 18KU. 1HW, '01, '92. 'MA, and '04 and tne I amount dne from you. yonr grantees, assigns, or Bumiuiitrator, oio., on aououut of anon eipenui . tvrea on said mining elal n la the sum of one hun drod and seven ty-liv. dollars (tlTft.) Ana ii wiiniD ninety oays arier the pnonciaiion of thli notice you fall ot refuse tt contribute your I said proportion of auoh expenditure as co-owner, your interest in said claim will become the prop arty of the subscriber undet said section 1.i'H. IUHN ItlHUHAM. Dated Fioche, NeTeda, December 87, 199s, mm tik1TIT ttt Ms? FT I NOR Pioche Lodve No. M. A. O. U. W., held In Odd Fellow's Hall the Bf S and third Wednesday evening oi ew.- 5" Tnnnth. at 7:!I0 O'olock Bbsrp. A hrnthora cordially lnvl J. A. Claw. m- H. E. Fbiudektual, Beoorder. Visit- invited attend r. a a. m. ST. JOHN'S LODGK NO IB. MEETS THE FOURTH BATUJIIM' each month at Masonic Hall, on UeM street. All vlsitlnu B'hfr" "' 8 atandlna are invited to attend. JAM Kg NBSUITT, rerrr., j . . H. PUBLIO SALE. V . ... a., thelttb notice is nereoy given tnat on oai"' " ,hn day of December lHiUI at 1 o'clock P. " ground, I will sell at Publio Auetlou the n,d tratlng plant connletlng of a moveable "nln , boiler, and two Frne Vanners. the property of tne the old Floral mlllslte Immediately "rl?fc", town of Pioche, for cash lu hand to th" hl4he I bidder. ,.,uu r nc anKKT. I Administrator of the k.tta of ' . ZaoboW. D' l ceased. Dated Plocht, Nev. Dee. 4th 119. gone hsreabouU for th paaW ytars.