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Pioche Weekly Record.
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1895. Official Paper of Lincoln County Frowns ITXBT TBUMDiY T Record Publishing Company. or not: masonic HtHLPitw. LAOOUR BTKKKT. TttttJHS.: nneerlptlon, One Tear, bt abmripMoB. Six "" " NaB,s Parwardafl till (6 00 i to Advertising r.t.. frolh.d upon application "HUSTii th. Po.tomc, .t flh.. Nevada. "3S$2?Si aelleiu bu, th. , pap 111 not raspouslble for th. "Pinions of it. cor respondents. Pelivered bv carrier at month. 60 cents per UOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Mr. Frank Row wu n incoming passen. ger on'sthe Milford .t.ge last Friday night. The public schools closed at noon on Tues day and will not reeamo again until Monday January 6th. Mr.. Mamie Kelly, teacher ol the Dela- the Holidays at her lll.i kiiuui l n home in Pioche. Two inchea of anow fell laat Friday even inn. It had all the symptoms of a general .tnrm. but Saturday morning opened up sunshiny aud bright. Miss Maude Alloy, after a visit a-hit friends at DeLamar, returned and was an outgoing passenger on Saturday's Milford stage, bound for her homo at Carson. Four men went out yesterday to do assess ment work on the Sitting Bull cluim in Highland district owned by John Franks and F. W. Dickie. The coldest weather of the season is thut which has prevailed for several days past. As a result a number of water service pipes about town are frozen up. W. S. Godbe was up from Bullionville on Tuesday and with J. R. Cook, examin ed the water tanks and the spriugs at High laud eonneoted with the water property. The Virgina Enterprise has put in a type setting machine. This enableB the publisher to dispense with one or two hands and stil carry a greater amount of reading matter than heretofore. The Supreme Court has affirmed the deci sion of the District court here in t ha .case of John Roeder vs. Charles Stien, involviug the right to part of aho waters flowing from the Hiko spring in Pahranagat valley. This gives Stein water for forty acres and Reoder for 125 aores. Mrs. D. A. F. Meikle and daughter Jen nie, came up from Delamar Saturday last, rested here over Sunday and the following UHJrDlUg lei. lur uiuujt, vaiiiw.uua, ..v. they may remain permanently. Miss Jen nie has apparenaly entirely recovered from : l-rt f f..'. CmMtnvnta wli.M her recent attack of fever. The Supreme Court refused to grant the mandamus asked for by School Superintend' ent Cutting that the State Controller draw his warrant for oertain hotel expense bills contracted by the State School Superintend ent, while visiting schools. "If a man gets his knee broke, where should he go!" "To Africa, where the ne groes." "If a woman breaks her knee, where should she go!" "To Jerusalem, where the she-neys grow." Mempis Sooial Graphic. Teams heavily loaded with freight, prin oipally for DeLamar, continue to line the road between here and Milford. The roads are said to be in excellent condition, the anow having fallen only in the mountain passes to any material extent. The State Board of Dental Examiners has closed the dental register permanently. Hereafter any person wishing to praotice dentistry in Nevada will be obliged to un dergo an examination at the bands of the Board, or present a diploma from seme iosti tution satisfactory to the Board. A ball for Mew Year's eve has been nounced for several days, but the young folks wanted also to dance at Christmas, so arranged matters daring the day yester day. The result was a fairly well attended party at Thompson's Opera House, which did not break up until four o'clock this morning. The town seemed to be on one of its period ioals, Tuesday night and Wednesday. The streets and sidewalks were entirely too nar. row for the eelebrators and several fisticuffs are reperted but none of a serious charac cer. these particular celebrations will probably result in a quiet New Year's ob servance. The recent order of the State Board of Health requiring teachers and pupils in at tendance at the public schools to be vacoi. Bated, u meeting with opposition. The matter has got into court at Reno, where the proposition is to determine whether or not the Health Board has exceeded its power making such an order. C. I. Hood & Co.. the proprietors "Hood's Sarsaparilla," are tending out their calendar for 1896. The general excellence oi toe lithograph work is equal to that of for flier jeer. The bead of a beautiful younu woman ia en oral pnl form the niotniw. ,, gotlf .aajjantwlto Harmonious fcrown tints. It u a niece of r. tistiewotk. The remarkable growte dur tag the peat few areof the V....U... Hood fc Co., 1. .videooed b, the immense Bumunr oi vna calendar printed. The iaan. iT a m" . Wpl" M ainst ywi miiiuw m i.w years ago. While the counties of Southern California are making displays of semi-tropical fruits, the town of Trnckee in the tame state, to illustrate the diversity of the climate, has built an ice palace. The business men of the town formed themselves into a stock company, framed the skeleton of the struot nre of timbers, sprayed these with streams of water, which froze. Tall trees were placed on the roof and sprayed in this way, creating a beautiful effect An 800 foot ice skating rink inside furnishes any amut of sport Every visitor to the town desiring to go, is furnished a trip to Duuner Lake, free. The bold stand taken by the President aud Congress on the question of England's attempt to secure u.ore territory in Vene zuela, is pleasing to the whole country. The Venezuelans themselves, encouraged at the attitude of the United States declaro their determination never to submit to Eng land's demands. This savors of war, and war talk results, but while the territory in dispute does not justify a war ou the part of the United States, the principle does, and the United States must make up its mind now, to maintain or to abandon the principles of the Monroe Doctrine. In the $3,000 suit of Nesbitt Bros, against Wertheimer and Vietta, the bondsmen in the case of Horn vs. Nesbitt MoGuffie, tried at the last sitting of the District Court, papers are filed to remove the case to the United States Circuit Court at Carson. The DeLamar's Nevada Gold Mining Company interposes a petiton for that purpose alleg ing that it had guaranteed Vietta fi Wer theimer against any loss and therefore is the real party in interest in the present suit, and being a non-resident of the state, asks that the case be removed on that account. The Silver Senators will have a majority of three in the Finance Committee which will enable them to report a free coinage bill whenever so disposed, but the moru conservative silver men do not think they will do coat the present session, because it wouM only be a waste of time. Even if the Senate should nsss it, there would be no show to even get it Wore the House, to say noth ing of getting it through; am! should b t'i House and Senate pass it a veto would await it at the White House. Still tho Sil ver men are glad to control thai committee. They can prevent anti-silver legislation, if they can't got what they want. For Sale. The lumber in a building 24x50 feet in oood order. Ceutams ten windows tliri e and a half by six fet each. suitable tor a Inquire at the public building of any kind. Kecobd ottice. The A. O. U. W Entertainment. A very pleasing programme was reinloiti 1 at the A. O. U. W. eutertainirieut on Tius- day evening. The Hall was crowded, and with a ten minute recess, the crowd were anvthina but tired, when, after 11 o'clock the exercises concluded. Master Workman J. A. Clark opened with some very appropriate remarks concerning the order and was followed by the singing of the opening Ode by all present. Tho original poem "Christmas 1895" com posed and real by Hon. G. S. Sawyer, was fine, aud was appreciated by the entire aud ience" J. B. Wheeler in his oomiosong of "When You're Single" brought down the houso, and the oatch, "Twas you Sir," rendered by Wheeler, Newell and Osborne was well re ceived. Miss Una Reilly'a recitation of "The Clansman's Revenge." and Miss Mattie Saw yer's song of "Fallen By the Wayside" brought forth for each of the young ladies, rounds if applause. A similar affair is spoken of for a month hence at the same hall, and, profiting by the examples of Tuesday evening, efforts will be made to have it eclipse Tuesday a programme if possible. The average Christmas observer got his box and celebrated at home. The town was quieter than many expected to see it. Frank Wilson and W. J. Dooley leave Saturday for Salt Lake and Denver on busi ness connected with the purchase of a mill for the April Pool oompany. The Lawrence mill at Cripple Creek, Col., owned by Capt. J. R. DeLaMar. was de stroyed by fire four days ago. The mill was of CO tons oapasity, on the ohlonnation principle, and was one of the best mills in the state of Colorado. We have not heard whether the property was insured or not; if not the loss will reaeh a large sum. The masquerade ball last night was all the success its promoters could have wished. The hall wu crowded to overflowing almost, more maskers bring on the floor than was looked for. The dominoe was the favorite costume though there were a number of fanciful makeups tome eliciting admiration others mirth. The beat of good humor pre vailed and when Masks were removed many a good laugh wu had. The supper dis posed of dancing was continued uutil four o'clock the following morning. The Ursine Mail. The contract for carrying the mail be tween hero and Eagle Valley, or Ursiue as it is now called, has been awarded to W. 1). Catching, of Washington, D. C. More than a half dozen bids were submitted from Ursine fortius nte, the bid, ranging from 000 to $300. At the latter figure the car rier would be obliged to combine other bus iness with the mail, in order to keep even. Mr, Catching night the contract at $'2S4. The fact that he b a non-reaident, with - no knowledge whateter of the country through which the mail is to be carried, and the slight difference in his bid to that of others, makes the matter look suspicious and he should be allowed to cany out the contract him- or Pay ,ot he service at some one el"e' """ " work worth. Nobody i ntidmt ot (jsine can carry the mail on the schedule provided at less than $U00 . The. cattle are doing well on the ranges and the loss this year will not exoeed that of last. A Merry Christmas d Happy New Year to yon. Panaca Items. Mathews and Harris opened their saloon last week. Julio Austin and ton have arranged with J. A. Denton to carry the mail between here and DeLamar. 11. M. Warner, principal of the grammar department of our schools, has gone to Provo to spend the holidays. The arrangements for the Holiday season foi amusements are a obarming break in the monotony of our existence. Hy. Empy has opened up a store at his place en the east edge of town. Dress goods are principally carried thus far, hot the st.'ck in to be added 0 shortly. Two dances are planned for New Year's day. One for the children in the afternoon, the second for the older people in the even ing The last is to be a Leap Year party. Bishup Charley C. llonuow has about fin ished the brick addition to his residence. It materially sets off tho place, ia roomy and comfortable and modern in appearance. George Syphus has resumed work on his dwelling. The building ia a four roomed brick, neat and tasty in appearance, located on the northeast corner of the block below the Co-bp store. M. L. Lee, Jr., Arthur Lee and Rass Ronnow, who have been attending the Acad emy at Provo, are home for the holidays. They will return in season to take up their studies on January Cth. Tho Mathews' Bros.) are building a feed corral nt their rauch four miles below town. 1 hey are bridging the creek ana mailing a good road across the valley at that point. Teams by taking a cut-off several miles above town can save a mile or two in dis tance. If this plan works most of the teams will leave I'anaca ou the side. Dances is not to be overlooked in the ob servance ot trie Holiday season, several arc already arranged for. All will be hold in the meeting house. Two were held yester day, 'one in the afternoon for the children the other in the eveuiug for the older people. An "Old People's Party" is to follow. llihei!u: will take place in the afternoon to be followed w ith a good supper and dan- cin f-1- the younger folks in the evening. On Monday next, the Primary Association li i-T arranged for a children's dance in the ufteino m, and another for the adults in the evening. The 1'iiiiiaiy Association is con ducted for the benefit of the children up to alii ut thirteen years of age, beyond that the Mutual Improvement Societies prevail. Thn n week of general sport is inaugurated. Hi-, recent publication of an article relat ing to assessment work on mining claims, taken from tho Scientific Press, oeems to havo created a false impression hereabouts as to how and when such work should bo done. There has been no change in th matter so fur as Nevada is concerned. If tho el iiin owner wishes, he may file an alfi davit of the work in the District Recorder's Offio". but this is not necessary. If he can oomniand proof of the work by witnesses, etc, he need file no affidavit of it whatever. If thero is no District Recorder, it is of no force to file an affidavit of the work with the County Recorder. This was decided in a receut case in our District Court here. If a claimant owns two or more claims ad joining, and performs work on one only, to the value of $ 100 for each separate loca tion embraced in the group, he can post no tices on each of the olaims not worked on, stating that the annual work for that claim has been done by him on an adjoining claim, stating where, and this holds as as sessment work that year and will protect the claim. NAPOLEON'S VALUE OF VICTORY It Finds a Striking Counterpart in Re- . cent World Triumphs. Napoleon knew well the value of a vie tnrv. After Ansterlitz tho world seemed his. Fame invited, fortuue favored, every thing stimulated his aspiring ambition. With growing power he gathered the fruits of victory. And so has it ever been. Suc cess succeeds. A notable illustration of this truth is furnished by tho great victories won at the World's Fair in '93 and the Cat ifornia Midwinter Fair in' '94 by Dr. Prioe's Cream Baking Powder. Ever increasing sales and popularity have been the result. The people have promptly ratified the ofn eial verdicts that declared Dr. Prioe's, for leavening power, keeping qualities, purity and general excellence the "foremost bak iuB powder m all tho world." Uuite as quickly as the great Emperor do they know the value of a victory that means world wide supremacy. We do not know what editor wrote this, bat whoever ho was ho knew all about newsiauers,csnccially the daily ones: "A wisely conducted newspaper ia like a bau quet; everything is served with a view to variety. Help yourself to whatever you wish, do not oondemn the entire spread be cause pickles and anions may be included. If you do not then somebody else will find them palatable. Be generous and broad enough to select gracefully such reading matter from the newspaper as will be agree- able to your taste. You, as an individual, are not compelled to swallow evcrthing. We do not all think alike on every subject; and it is a eood thing, as it make more variety, and variety is the spice of life." Those who belieye in the development of Southern California and the mining country tributary to it will be disappointed at the late report submitted by the Congressional committee appointed to investigate the Nicarague Canal project; on the feasi bility of the plan. To learn that inevitable delay and a further and a more thorough investigation of the en tire subject are necessary before even the engineering fcasibilty of any canal across Nicaragua can be decided upon, is not cheer ing news in the light of recent anticipations and promises made by the oanil oompany. The dispatches say: ' The United States mint at Philadelphia is very busy now endeavoring to supply the big demand for bronze cents, and nine presses aro run to their full eapaoity every day. The result is an average daily production of about 400,000 cents. In addition to this, one press ia kept busy on gold double eagles, turning out about 22,500 a day. AwcsdtJ Highest Honors World's Fair. CHAM p A W IMS MOST PERFECT MADE. A. rure Grape Crcim of Tartar Powder. Tree lioin Ammonia, Alur.ior any other adulterant 10 YFAUS THli STANDARD. FROM DELAMAR. The public schools are clojed until the firB-, Monday in January the 6th. The mining records of thia District have been left at Dooley's store by Dirtrict Re corder Maynard, for the convenience of th public. Negotiations are pend'ng for a lease om the Flagstaff property and work 1 ex pec ted to begin within a month and; tq eoDtiaa let some time. V . Joseph Testa, through bis attorney B, T, Sanders, has applied for letters Wsteaea- tary on the will of his brother Paul Testa, deceased. , . . , . , The Company pipe line was thawed oak Monday. The trouble was confined to .one comparatively short piece, where the drain age was poor and the pip barely sovered over. .... . - - - - c There is talk now ot-atrgaaiaing a Lodge of Masons here. With the K. of P. and the Masonic Order added to those, already ex isting, DeLamar would have as many lodges as any town in the state. Water ceased to flow through the Nesbitt pipe line on Monday night and the balance of trade swung immediately into the hands of the DeLamar waterman, who was kept busy thereafter. Every available man in towu is pressed iuto service iu assessment work iu Some quarter or other of the district and there will be a much smaller number of forfeited claims than was expected a month ago. Piochers are well represented among the assessment workers. Those of our citizens who were in Pioche wheu the first gold strikes were made here in '92, aud witness ed the excitement which the reported dis coveries created, are not surprised to see the Pioche contingent now out in full force. The April Fool company is making an other shipment of high grade ore. Thirty two tons were loaded on Monday. The pre sent shipment is up to the standard of those recently made, ail of which went over 000 in gold to the ton. At thia rate a compara tively small batch of ore serves to meet ex penses. Work was begun yesterday on a 100x80 foot addition to the west side of the DeLa mar mill. It is being put on entirely for the purpose of housing leaching tanks. The lumber is coming from tho local mills and as these are overcrowded with orders, it will require two weeks to put it in. The addi tion is expected to be finally completed within four weeks. Town lots arc still being taken up. All the ground availablo for this purpose is coversd by mining locations' It belongs to the loca tors of course, but how to protect its surface from trespassers is something of a question. The owners of the Sally Ann claim at the upper end of town are fencing off their ground to avoid town lot jumpers, believing this to be a cheaper method than resorting to law. Don't be satisfied with yours boy'a educa tion or allow him to handle a Latin or Greek book until you are sure that he can Write a good legible hand. Spell all the words he knows how to use. Speak and write good English. Write a good social letter. . Add a column of figures rapidly. Make out an ordinary aooount Deduct 16 par oent from the faoe ef it. Receipt it when paid. Write an ordinary reoslpt. Write an advertisement for the paper. Write an ordinary prosaisory note. Reckon the interest or discount est it (at days, months, and years. Draw an ordinary bank check. . Take it to the proper plaee ia a bank to gettheoash. . . . , Make neat and correct entries in day-book and ledger. , ..., . ,, Tell the number, of yards ot earpat re quired for your parlor., f , Measure a pile of lumber ia your shed. Tell the numbeivpf bushels. qt.woeat jp your largest bin, and the aluej.at current rates. , ., .., , , Tell something about the great authors and statesmen of the present day. History in Eight Words. ' When so moving a tale as the' following oan be told in eight words, there can be no reason for being prolix: Mary Ann, Kitchen fire; K erosene oan, Golden Lyre. "Let your lights shine before men" aud their patronage may he depended upon to supply the necessary oil. mmmm LEI STRAUSS & CX) .. TRADE MttK --------- COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. fACTORV- SAN FRANClSCO-CAUrORNIA. The Republican caucus committee bss finished selecting the chairmen of the Senate committees, and a caucus is now in session to consider them, and, unless advance in dications were all wrong, it's quite a lively caucus. One of the causes is that Senator Stewart, populist, of Nevada, has been named as Chairman of the Pacific Railroads Committee, which, in view of legislation for the settlement of the debts these roads owe the government, will be a very important committee. It ia believed that the slate will go through as arranged by the caucus committee, but if the fighting caucus is a bitter one it will probably result in deferring the reorganization of the Senate until after Christmas. That there has been for several years a tendency on the pait of the Senate to be come more exclusive is undeniable. It be gan when the public were shut out of pne of the elevators in the Senate wing of the Capitol and was added to when the public was denied access to the Senate chamber after the Senate adjourned, tor the hrst time the people who were not provided itb tickets were shut out of the galleries of both House aud Senate, on the opening day of this session. These things all show a growing desire for exolusiveness, but a plan now under consideration furnishes nroof positive, so far as the Senate is eon eraed. It ia proposed to remove the old weosl benches in the 8nate galleries and so rsplaoethsm with folding opera chairs. fat that is s .good idea. But it is futher f reposed that these chairs be numbered so that they may be reserved- by the Senators pea all interesting occasions and the tickets therefor distributed among their friends. Thai is a very bad idea. If adopted, as it almost, certainly will be, no person who oould not get a ticket Irom a Senator could bw 'admitted to the Senate galleries when there was any' probability of anything in teresting occurring -on the floor, whioh would be very unjust and very un-American. The frowns of the administration have not deterred the sihrer.dempcrats from rent ing a house juat across' from the Capitol building and going into business as a Nat ional organization,: by formally opening headquarters for the dissemination of liter- ature devoted to silver, Senator Harris, of Tenn. , is at the head of this unti-adminis- tration democratic movement. The an nounced object is to fight for silver inside the democratic party, but the interesting thing about it is. what w ill Senator Harris and his followers do if the anti-silver or admin istration wing of tho party controls the Dem ocratic National Convention, as most pol iticians believe it will, Some of the popu lists believe the silver democrats will then go to them, bat the silver democrats say they are so certain to control the democrat ic convention that they have not considered what they will do if they fail. That sort of talk is bluffing. Great generals do not plan a campaign without providing for a possible defeat, and Senator Harris and those who are in the movement with him have had too much to do with politics not to have made plans to govern their acts in case of defeat; they don't want them known, that's all. If he can do all this, and more, it is likely he has sufficient education to make his own way in the world. If you have more time and money to spend upon him, all well aud good give him higher English, give him literature, give him mathematics, give him science, and if he is very anxious about it give him Latin and Greek, or whatever the course he intends pursuing in life demands. School Supplement. NEW TO-DAY. Probate Notice. LN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT of Nevada, in and tor the County of Lincoln. In the Hatter of the Estate of Paul Testa, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that on8ituriy, the 18th, day of January A. D. 1896, at ten o'clock a. m. of that day or as soon thereafter as the samo oan bs heard, at the ooort room of said court, in the town of Pioche, said County of Lincoln, the bearing of the petition of Joseph Testa for the probate of the will of the late Paui Teats, deeeaaed, and for the issuance ef letters testamentary thereoa to said Joseph Testa, will be haard, when and where any yelaoa Interested stay appear and contest the same. . . E. i. Ooooaica. Clerk of said Court. Dated, December, Mth, 1S(. Teachers Examinations. By sataotlaaUea of the State Beard of Kdaea Mea.eueataaUoao! appltetats la Lincoln eoaaty fertsaesMte'eertlaeetes will be held en the $. T and Ma, days ef January , UN at the court hones at sleeks, by the Ooaaty Board of examiners. - All persons dsstnue of scouring such eartlS eatW will plesse notify the undereifaed before enohexaaUaatloasbaeia. i, . . . tfty i:.- X. J. Oaaoaw.,.. . . . . - , .,K ax-qSlelo ,Ooanty School Superintendent 'rloobV, Nevada, Deeeniier lth, IBM. t ,l , ,t I 111 'I, L 1 J .. 1 1 Le'gal:isiotice. 'I 'I . Notice of Intention to Apply For Permit to Cut Timber on Publio Land. Notice is hereby given that the nnderslgned are about to make application to the Honorable 8 to re tary of the Interior for permission to out timber on nnsurveyed Qovorntnent laud of the United States, situated In the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada and described as folio wu: Hltuated about eleven miles in a southerly direction from Dutch Flat, in said county and empraclng, what, if sur veyed, would be the south half ol flection No. 83 T. a 8. K. 67 B. containing about 9 acres, and situated in what Is known as the Ella mill canyon, containing Yellow aud Black Jack Pine. ELI. KDWARDS, LA.MOND WOODS. Dated. Pioche, Nevada, Dee. lllih, ms. Our New Goods Are in Place. Come and 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 ot household in gene ral, are bound to please you. AAl our goods are D. This Space is Reserved For BJORNSON c HUOGENS' ; New Drug Store. Dr. A. Hudgens, DENTIST. DeLamar, Nevada. THE PALACE SAMPLE AND. BILLIARD' ROOMS. Constantly Kept on Hand The Finest Grade of WINES, -:- LIQUORS and CIGARS. C. O. NEWELL, Proprietor. PIOCHE Drug Store. CNDUtBMNED BK8PKGTrUI.LT AX . aoBue to the people of Pioche and Lincoln eoaaty that their Maw Drug Store, on Main alraat two doors north or the Qodke Mercantile Store, leaew eneawlth a aewatoek Ota.ex3ta.loAlss. Toilet Articles, HAIR AND TOOTH . BRUSHES. OAP, BPONQBH. KTC. ETC. LARGE VARIETY OF Notions and Fancy Articles Physician's Prescriptions carefully com pounded, day or night, aud orders from abroad filled with care and dlspatuh by a oompetont drug gist. , , Dr. J. D Campbell, PROPRIETOR. Chemical and Microscopic Examinations of Urine. Call Premptljr Attended, lay or Vlfht. Notice of Forfeiture. To E. O. Wentern, hla or an teen. tMiflni. hair. executor, or ftdmlnlRtrator ind all ptiei cliim- ing unaer, ironi, uy or tnrouwh mm; You are hereby notified tht tbo under.. giied oo owner with you In ths minioR oUlm known ft the "Wt End" .tutted In Ely Mining Distrlot, Lin coln Uounty, Htatoof Nov'., has purformed the work mud ma le the expendHurn on tho Hid rain Ins claim, required by motion 'i'Mi ot the Revised Statutes of the United Statna to hold the tame 4iav iAM.lem. WW. flAJL. iiWi. iWW. isl.'tts. mm amount duo from you. your grtwiteas, ftaM.rn, mminiimior, etc., on aooount oi aucn eipettdi turei oo aid mlnlnn olalto it ttie auiu uf on hun dred and fMTentv-nvt dollars ($176.) And If within ninety daya after the publication of tbla notion you fail or refuae to contribute your aid proportion of auon expenditure aa co-owner, yonr interest In aald claim will bneomn the prop arty of the an bao rlber under said section 2834. JOHN llINOHAlf. Dated Plocke, Nevada, Docembet- 37, laltt, See Them. Fresh and ISTew. L. Wertheimer & Co. John v Shier's .Drug Store Carries a full line of Fresh New Drugs and Patent Medicines . Prescriptions A " Carefully compounded at hoars of the day or night. all IN Toilet Articles & Perfumes You can find almost anything you desire, with a nice line of Holiday Goods from which to select a present for Christmas or New Years. Upper Main Stret, DeLamar. John Shier, PROPRIETOR. JOHN SHERIDAN, BOOT AND SHOE First door north of tbo Od.l Follow ' Build ing, Main Street, Repairing Promptly and Neatly Com PROBATE NOTICE. 1 N THE FOCHTH JUDICIAL DIBTRI0T COURT I of the State of Nevada, In and tor the Oountr of Lincoln. In the Matter of the Estate of John Wedge, Deceased. Notice la hereby given that on 8a(ur 1st the 28th dav of December A. V. 18'J5, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day. or as soon thereafter as the same can be heard, at the court loom of said court, lu the town of Pioche, said County of Lincoln, the hearing of the petition of Arthur Henry Wode for tho jjro. bata o" the will of Bald John Wedue, decease-1, and for tho iMsuaiico of letters testamentary thereon to said Arthur Henry Wedite, will be heard, when and where any person interested may appear and con tent the same. II. J. (JOODUIOH. Clerk of aaiddonrt. Dated December 4th. 1805. LEGAL NOTICE. 1st The Dlitrlct Court Of The F'r Judicial District, Of The at Of Nerada, In And Kof The Connty Of Lincoln. In the Matter of the Estate of Conrad Kiel, Deceased: I. B. Kiel, the executor of the last will and testament of said deceased, having filed his nasi report and account and petition lor dletribotlon ot saldestatat Nolle is hereby gtTsa that th hearing en th same will be had before said Ooort. at th Ooort Boas at Pleeh in said County on th ttnd. day April A. D. ISM at 10 o'olook a. m. of that day er so soon thereafter aa the same can be heard, which time and plac all persons Interested may "d 00""1 ""'h. OOODBIOH. Clerk of said Fourth Jodlolal Distrlot Court. Msh SI a w SOCIETIEST o. o. r. PIOOH1 LODG-1 0. . ..-JrrT.ov irnvanaT AT7:80 t o'olook In their hall on Main street. visiting Brotnere w. sited to attend. - JOHHBlcae'"".-- . D. OaatraiXL, Secretary. A. O. V w. PIOOIIE LODGE lO. it. ,t,'t in MFtrTISGS 0' ,f03e. No a6TA.O.U. W.. ?S held in Odd Fellow's Hall ths aw r . m L..j II-..., ...... I aw avetllDa 01 - ZkjM month, at 7:80 o-clook sharp. "mfSi in. Mothers oordlally tnrltsd w U,D1' J.A.CLiM,H. H. E. Fbidoisthal, Recorder. a. tt A. M. ST. JOHN'S LODGE NO. 1B MEETS THE FOURTH each mouth at Masonic i Hell, "V'.ooa street. All vl.ltlnd 0f"a sUmltnil are invited to attend. JAM KB NK8DI1T, eelary. , . PUBLIO SALE. a11tl for H "BTonoTTrasMTiy given that o Bamrn' Q tM or j oi utoemner it at i "."""T.". n,e eonoen- eroood. i will sell at Pnbllo .Mine and eeassj fistuk WDIISIIDS OI --.- OI tD boiler, and two Prn. Vinners, the P o0 atatn of Rudolph Zachow, deoeeaed, sltn" i or Rudolph Zachow, deoeaeo". th, 'Id Floral mlllalt Immediately ti ""n of Pioche, for cash In hand t" town usj um bidder, Administrator of thalstat E.taUof R. ZaehoW, V- Dated Ploob,N.T. Pee. eta 1W. J 1