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THURSDAY MAH. 3. 18i8. PuiuaiD treat TaraeDAT i Record Publishing Company, office: masonic Bcn.nis.i. LaOOCR STRUT. Terms: abaortpttM, Oh Tsar, bj Mail M en " ftli Moatbs, 1 oo Advertising Mm rural bd npoa application at the office. Entered t th FosVifnr at Pioche, Nevada, a ooad-Cl Ma natter. Comai aalcat 1 oos are sollrl'ed, bat the paper will Sol b responsible fur be opinions of Its eorre poadant'. Delivered by Carrier at CO i-enl jr Month . LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. We call attention to Pr. Leonard's vdd in another column. Hurry up and get your teeth fixed. It is a sign of age in a woiiihh when she begins to get out of a buggy backwards. Mrs. J. A. Clark wan up from De Lamar during the week vimtng with her mother Mrs. Qeo. Sawyer. She returned to DeLnmar on Monday. Sheriff Freudenthal departed for DeLamar on Wednesday to be pre sent at the trial of the Chinamen and white woman who were caught in the act of selling liquor to the Indians by Deputy Sheriff Jake Johnson. Dr. Leonard will probably give uh an entertainment at Thompson's Hall on Sunday eve. Subject Astronomy of the Bible. These lectures are ntertaining and instructive. Steri opical illustrations and Astronomical Chart etc. Our exchange speaks highly of the lecture. Evidently Suicide. Geo. E. Hogg, Superintendent of the Temple Bar Mining Company, operating on the Colorado river, about 10 miles above Bonellies Ferry in the southern part of Lincoln County, writes Sheriff Freudenthal that one of the men in his employ by the name of J. W. Pilkington, aged about G5 years showed signs of de mentia about the middle of February and imagined that he was in charge of the works of the Company; that on the 18th of Fobruary he disap peared and a search being made a large pool of blood was found iu and about his bunk and from there lead ing to the river. Superintendent Hogg caused a search to be made as soon as he was aware of the facts, but no trace of him or the body could be found; the current of the river being very swift at the place where the trail of blood led to. It is supposed he committed suicide. There was nothing in his effect which could give any clew to any re latives or friends. THE MAIL CONTRACT. The Mail Service being crippled by the Present System of Mail Letting. The contract for carrying the mail from DeLamar, via Stiitoliue Deerlodge, Pioche and Panaca was let this year for $4211. The pre sent price for the same service is $G020, and at this rate there is not more than a living in it and when it ia taken $1809 a year less or $150 month less, it means a poor mail service. Parties in the East make a practice to bid on all routes and gen erally get their bids below our local bidders and then sublet them. This should be remedied in some manner and one good way would be to make the original bidder fulfill the con tracts, not allowing him to sublet and contracts should be let to resi dents of the State in which said mail service is to be performed .this would shut out the Eastern bidders (who know nothing at all of the country) and give home people some chance. It is sincerely hoped that the orig inal contractor will not be able to sublet but will have to perform the service himself. In view of the contract being let at such a low figure, the Utah & Nevada Express Company have is sued the following so that parties oomtemplating subletting the route from Milford to DeLamar will know what they will have to contend with. On and after July 1,1898 the Utah and Nevada Express company will run first class passenger and express coaches between Milford, Utah, and DeLamar via Stateline, Deerlodge and Pioche, Nev., leaving Milford and DeLamar Tuesday, Thursday Sunday of each week, making the trip through each way in two days, laying over night at halfway point, and good accommodations will be provided on the road. This is made known to the public in time so that they will not be in the hands of some Eastern snide one-horae stage affair incompetent to perform the mail service over these routes during the next four yaara. ' THE NEVADA .'. INING COMr-ANY. Its Worn very Promising and In luti of Pioche Assured for An.-!1 ' -Year. Through the courtesy of Mr. iv L. CSodbe, a resentive of the Record was shown through the works on the Summit, and the inannT in which the ore was treated expiuuied. As the process is entirely net being one of settling instead of filtering and the only one of its kind in opeia tion in the United States, itwi'l be of some interest to the milling public to hare an insight into the same. The ore is firnt crushed t v i !i a stamp battery and then r uu ut r Wifley concentrators andthe concen trates being dried on n skimi dryer, they representing 45 per cent of tlie value of the ores. The tailing from the concentrators are run into large agitators, arranged and fitted with a muller that is raised and lower ed by hydraulic pressure. Whilo tlie mul ler is ruiscd and at rest; the tank nets us a settling tank to settle off the water. The tank is fitted with filter bottom nnd hfter settling and decanting all the clear water off the top, the remainder tf the water is sucked off by a vacuiii pump through the tilteilbottom. The tavnitlo solu tion is then added, the muller is started and lowered thereby work ing nil the ore up in agitation. This is kept up for eight hours till all the gold and silver is dissolved. The muller is again ruined out! stopped tho pulp is allowed to settle and 80 per cent of solution containing the charge is decanted off clear from the top, w hile most of the 20 per cent remaining is sucked through the filter bottom by means of the vacuum pump. The solution containing the gold and silver is then run into another tank and from there through long boxes, filled with zinc, shavings where the gold and Bilver is percipitated on the zinc. The gold and silver is recovered from the zinc shavings by washing on a screen the gold and silver dropping through the screen zincshuvingsremaining on top. After all the solution indrawn from the agitators, a little wuter i s run in; the muller is started and lowered thereby, working the pulp all up in suspension again, a plug is drawn and the charge is run into the tailing pit. Ninety per cent of the values of the ore are extracted, by the two processes. It docs not make any difference how much talok or por phyry the ore contains the precipita tion and per cent of extraction is about the same. This is something new, as heretofore tailings of ores that contained a large per ceut of talck had to be run into large pits, allowed to Bettlo and dry, and then worked over. The above process does away with the second handling and with just as high a per' cent of extraction. Tho mine is looking exceptionally well and enough ore is blocked out in sight to keep the mill running for the next ten months at its present capacity, which is about 35 tons per day. The mill employs some 15 men and the mine about 25 more making 40 in all, the most that has been working iu Pioche at one time for the yast three years. As the New Year has opened much brighter than last year did, let us consider it the good omen, and wish the Nevada Mining Compuny all the prospenty that we would like to lay claim to ourselves. Panaca Home Dramatic Company. The Panaca Homo Dramatic Com pany gave a very meritorious per formance on Friday evening when they presented the four act drama entitled "Clouds." Much credit and praise is due them nil for the manner in which they carried their respec tive parts, for they had to rely en tirely on themselves forjtheir version of the parts and the manner of acting having no one to assist them who hod heretofore had some experience in that line. Aunie llonnow as Stell Gordon in the leading part was very good and appeared to better advant ns the wronged woman fighting for her right, than she did as the happy wife in the first act. Levi Syphus as Hulph Gordon acted well and in tnose parts where his better nature would get above his mean acts he seemed more at home. Fred Towns was ably taken by Milton L.Lee.has a good voice and apparently at home on tlie stage, especially in the last scene where he embraces his sweet heart. Rachel Phillips as Ella Ran dal andthe sweethenrtof Fred Towns was splendid both us the lover aud whenshe supposed she hud been dis carded for another. Frank Walker as the Doctor was much better than in tlie old gentleman with the Gout. Clara Itonuow as Miss Prim gave a ii' ,f ff I- si utittion of tlie gossipor. A'h. i-i S, ,l:v .V It. VV. Wis, al t .!!(! , minor part wns in the right . i ; K. Iti.lingas U'alttr KiiulVil and the father of Ralph ilnr.Uu pi.iy. d well. The part of J.r i .dair could not have been in : ter hands than that of Clara V j.lius; ,t,r :u-ting was good, but iu r v.jii-t; was a little too low, and .iiit tiiiii :t t-oiild hurdly be heard at the hnu reud of the hall. Rose Wiid s worth us Mrs. Mulvernou took her part nicely while Edessa Lee as Eola Wim berly wus too cute let anything and ever so much better in that role of first lover than that of Martha the i Servant. Ellis Turnbough as Bud .i s or "I'm an lament man," could not be improved upon and he kept tlie house in good humor whenever be appeared on the stage. Tlie performance was one of the itt-st that has been given here for years. A dance took place after it was over and all tripped the light fan tustic till 4 iu the morning. Deputy U. S. Marshall W. Fergu son from Iteno arrived in DeLamar last night. He will most likely take baek with him the purties arrested in leLamar for selling liquor to the Indians. To Cure Constipation forever. Take Ci.scarets Candy Cuthartic 10 or 'ic. If C. C. C. fuils to cure, druggists refund money. 1 have this duy apportioned to the viu ious Districts of the County the sum of $0071.15 State School Funds the Distribution to each Dis trict being as follows. ' Name Amt of State Condi School F u u d . tio u M a r lstl81)8 1'ioche $377.85 1 089.31 Jiullionville 200.29 353. 4G Panaca 82(1.72 1140.03 Clover Valley 159.71 380.03 Virgin 418.43 890.57 Eagle Valley 149.5G 282.G0 Ash Springs 154.03 009.33 Pahranagat 129.28 301.72 Spring Valley 210.44 C57.77 Bunkerville 013.07 070.90 St Joseph 256.10 339.30 Las Vegas 134.34 294.99 Cottonwood 124.29 02.72 St Thomas 180.01 307.49 Moopa 129.28 221.15 Dutch Flat 144.51 189.31 Heleno 134.34 325.33 Delamar 1724.46 2363.43 Meadow Valley 134.34 497.26 Cave Valley 124.20 125.36 Smithfield 215.51 202.42 Hiko 126.28 331.72 $0071 F. It. McNamee County School Supt. DEERLODGE DOTS. Boo nil!! The Doom is on us. Several parties from DeLamar have been visiting us lately. ltvson and Knight have opened a nev saloon and seem to be doing a rushing business. Wrangling about town lots seems to be in order now, all vacant ground on the tow unite will soon be taken. The annual election for District Recorder took place the 21st iuHt. and George Moody was elected there being no opposition. Messrs Campbell, Johnson and Lund are doing considerable dev elopment work upon thoir remain ing group of claims. vii Col. K. H. Aiken isexpocted back from Chicago about tho first of March to take hold of tho Gold Buar group of claims upon which he re recently secured a bond. There is quite an excitement about about four miles south of us near the Rig Summit on the road from Rose Valley to Desert Springs caus ed by the finding of some very rich goid ledges. The Nelson Mining Co are sacking some very rich ore from the Charley Ross mine and are going to ship it to Salt Lake city for treatment. Mr. McLeod says it will run away up in the thousands they have about two hundred sacks ready we understand they have a quartz mill in transit to this place. The Newspaper Man. An exchange contuins the follow ing: The newspaper field is a wide field and full of roses and thorns. When you roast the preacher, the ungodly smiles, when you roast the ungodly, the preacher smiles. If you roast the saloon man, the teeto taler smiles when you roast the teeto taler, the saloon man sets 'em up. If you swear, you are wicked man and if you pray you are a hypocrite. If you have an opinion you are cussed, and if you dou't have one you are a i nonenity. ihe preacher knows one thing and the saloon man or gambler knows another but the journalist is expected to know everything. You are damned if you do and damned if you don't. The average newspaper man, however is a philosopher, and pursues the tenor of Lis way undis turbed by the "sling aud arrows out rageous fortune, "and secure in the confidence that all things are for the best. DR. J. C. LEONARD , OlHi'e at the res- Ml dence of F. X. Dickie DENTIST. Gold Crown aud Bridge work. Painless extracting Make early engagements. My stay is short. Pioche - . - Nevada. Rev. W. T. Snead preached to a large congregation at the Court House on Thursday evening and ue parted for DeLamar on Friday He is a yerypleasant talker and it is hojd that he will soon pay us an other visit. Beauty If Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascaret, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all ' impurities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, black- beads and that sickly bilious com plexion by taking Cascarets, beauty lor ten cents. All druggists, satis' faction guarnteed, 10c, 25, 50c. All Saints Episcopal Church. Morning Services 10 a. m. Sunday School 2 p. m. Evening Services 8 p. m. Bev. W. T. Snead. Pustor. NEW TO-DAY. Notice of Forfeiture. T Jaunt Namiy and Brt IIIfjfln, yOC ANP EACH OF YolT ARK JtlEKKBY NOT. ftt-d tlit tbe uiul -t'.Kued hve exptQdtd One buDdttM'.DolUfit iu lab r uJ iiuproTeiueDln on the ChUK Murlia lod t ':ui, nd ftleo One IlrO'Iml VolihT on tbt LftpUiH lode cUuii, both situated in thu tfttfle Valley Mluiutf i ir.tr.ct, . Oooutjr of Liu- coin, btat of Nevada .urder Co holtlUid fremiRfa nuder the provt l'u of Section Kevitw-d Htat. utea of the I'tittus! etat'K.beiiiiftbe amount reuutred to bld the aaiue t jf tlie year ending December SI, W7, and if within itiutty daya from the servlca of this notice (or within ninety daya after tbit notice by publication) you fait or refuse to contribute your proportion of uch expenditure aa co-ownera your iutetecta in aid claims will become the prop erty of tbs subscriber under said Hection XiH. J. W. PALMER and N. MtLKOl). DeLftmar, Lincoln County Nevada, Febiuary 10th lmm. notice: To Holders of Certificates Against the General County Fund. Notice la hereby ulven that there 1h now In the County Trt-aury tlie sum of fhmo.oo, fur the re demption of Cert 1 nratt-s of Iudcbteriiierts against me Ufiieral tuna or Lincoln Uounty, Nevada, ana that analed proposals (or the surrouiler of such certincU-s will he received by me until the next regular meetlUK of the Board of County Cummin. sluners.to-wit: March 7 iBliK as provided In the law for the redetiieptiun of such certificates, in statutes of 1K7 at page sD. N. P. 1HIOI.KY, County TreaKurer of Lincoln County, Nevada Treasurer'! OtUce, l.iiiculu Co., Nev., Pioche. Ktbrusry 10, 18sm. Land Notice. To Whom It May Concern: STATE LAND Ot'FICE, Caraon City, Nev&da Jan 'J7th 1)04 Notice ia hereby Klveu thnt theStnteof NiVsiln utid T the Act of Coug -eiiH approvt i Jnt:e 1(1, lHHii (11 Statu. 2871, has Hint iu the I1: Ued S'ltea Laud OHlce at Caraou City, NevaCa, L st No 21 of lands aelected umler said Act, and haa apnlb'd for a pat. ent for aaid Uuda ; thp.t a part of Maid litt U open to the public for innpeot'on, anil a copv thereof, by descriptive anb-divtiona, haa been poa'ed in soon. venient place lu aaM (Tutted S'atei Laud OnVe for the inipc.ion of all persons Interred and the public generally. Within the next altty davs follow. tig the dnte of thia notice protests agilnst the claim of scid State of ttevada to any tract or sub JtviMi jn described in the Hit, on the ground that the some is mo 'e valu. able for mineral than agricultural purposes, will be received and noted by tha Hcttis'er aud HtuMver of the I'nlteil States Land Office at Carson City, Nev. ada, f6r report t tho Oentral Litd-Orncn at Wash lngton, D.O. The folio Winn are the MibdivUioue described, to wit: 8. a. H of N. W. 1 and W. X ' S. W. Sec. a. T. B N. It. til B, M.D.B. k M.-U0 acres. A.O. PKAir State Laud Rcgioter of the stato of Nevada. Date of 8rst insertion Fcbrtury 3rd Ih'.W. Land Notice. To Whom It May Concern: STATE LAND OFFICE, Carson City, Nev:, Jan Hi 1H98. Notice Is hereby given that the State of Nevada nnder the Aot of Couxress approved June 10, 1N80 (21 Stats. 387) . has tiled In the Hultcd States Lau 1 Offli-e at Carson Ciy. Nevada, Lint No 'ill of lauds selected under said Act, anl has applied fur a pat. eut for sad laud; that a part of said list is open to tue public for inspection, aud a opy thereof, by descriptive sub-dlvisiou. has been posted in a con venieut place In said United Mates Land Otllce f r the In tpectlon of all prons interested and the public generally . Within the next siny days following the date of thia notl e protests cr contests against the claim of said State of Nevada to any tract c aub-dlvlslun described in the list, on the ground that the ssme is more valuable for miueral than atfr'ciiltu.al pur poses, will be receiT d and noted by the Regiater aud Receiver of the United States Laud Otllce at Carson olty. Nevada, Uor report to the General Laud Office at Washington, D. C. The following are the sub-divlaous described to wit: N. W, Va of 8. W. Sic.27,T.l 8, B. WE. M. D B. X M. to acres. A.O. PRATT, Stale Laud Register of the 8ta:e of Nevada. Date of first Insertion January 27th 1H93. DISTRICT COURT. sxjivniMoasrs. In the Fourth Judicial District Court of the Stat of S .Nevada, In and for Llnco'n County, The State of Nevada Sends GreetinRto' Day d King Ton are hereby required to appear in an action commenc m aga nat you as defend mt by Ell a Ann Kingasp'aintitT, in the Fourth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, Lincoln County, at the town of Ploche.and answer the complaint there In, which i on ale with the Clerk of said Oourt within ten daya after the arrvtoe on you of thia Summons (xo'usie of the day of eervlre) if aerv. ed In said county .or twenty daya If served out of aid county, but within this District, and In all other cases forty days, or tudgmenl will ba taken s-iamst jon, according to the prayer of said ootuplaint. The said actio i is brought to recover Judgment against you, the aald defendant tor decree of aaid court forever dissolving the bonds of n-atrimony now existing between you and laid plain iff, on the grounds of desertion and that on the granting of such degree plaint! AT may be entitled to resume the name of khza Ann Dobb;na the name by whtoli she was Known before her mar. riage to you, said defendant, and for her cost ex pended herein. And you are notified that if you fail to appearand answer the aaid complaint aa abovo required, tho aald plaintiff will apply to the court for tho relief demauded in said ooauplaint. In teatlmouy whereof, 1, H J. (loodrlch have hereunto set my band omclally, and affixed tho seal f said Court, this sth. day of October, A. D. 18V7. H.J. UOODKIUU, Cerk of th Fourth Judical District Oourt of tho Stat of N srsda Liuoln County. Educate Your Bowels Win Cascarets. Candy Catharets, cu:e constipa tion forever 10c, 25c. " If C. C. C. fails druggists refund money. TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca, and Working through to DeLa mar. Open to Public Service. Pioche Office at Henry Eiler's Panaca Office at J. G. Brown's A WALL MAP OF THE UNITED STATES. The UNION PACIFIC has recent ly issued a wall map 3Gx55 complied from the very latest surveys, which shows the entire United States, the various lines of railways and all ine important towns. This is not a thin paper map, but is mounted on canvas and will be mailed to any one on receipt of twenty-five cents in stamps, which is less than the actual cost. E. L. LOMAX, Gen'l Pass, and Tkt. Agent, Omaha, Neb. Notice of Appointment. Notice IS hc-ebT ffivrn that the iinrifl0i1 ,. been duly spn-iuted and qno'itied by the District Oourt of the Fourth Judicial DixtHrt r,f the ut.lu of Nevada. In atd for the County of Lincoln, asad- jtim.u.v'rui tue estate 01 manes nelson, late of a'd County, deceased. All persona having claims against said estate are required to file the same for payment with nie at my offl e at l ioche, within s'lty days from the nrt publication of this notice. JOHN FKANK, Public Administrator. UrBt Publication December 3, 1HK7. NOTICE. To all Persons Having Claims Against Lincoln County. AOTICE ISHEREBYGlVfcN THAT ALL CLAIMS hereafter presented for allowance against t.in. colu County u!i confer v to the p-ovisinnsof Sec tion No. W50 of the general statute s md must con. taM reference 10 the law, order, iontract, or au. thfTrity by title, date, and section, authorizing the same, or they will not be acted upon. Also that all bills must be presented not later than the Saturday preceding the day of meeting of the Board. By order of the Commission! re. H. J. Ooodricb. Clerk of the Board. Pted .Tnlv IStT 1RT7. NOTICE. Notice ia hereby given, pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Directors of to Fins-stuff Mining Company, that on an J n' ter the fl mtdy of January A.D lfciM, the principal p!a-eo business of said company will be removed from 'he town of Pioche to the town of DeLamar, in the coun'y of Lincoln, State of Nevula. at Men latt r nmiitj town, afitr said date, all corporate business f,f said company will botrniiKnelcd. T. .). O.-UUltSE. Dated Dtci-mber 7!h. 1HU7. Secretary. -""""" mtm easaaaaaaBaaaBaBBaaieaaaiMamBMauiirt. Notice of Appointment. Notice Is hercbi Hivi ti that I'avid McNeill and Audrew McNeill hve ti.i da) been arpcinted by the District Court or tho F ui.h Judicial I lstrict 01 me mate or Nevada iu aud for the County of Lincoln, as the Kxerutors of the last-will and tett anient of Archibald McNeill deceased; aud that all persona having claims acalnst said deceased must ftle the same wi h tho Clerk of said Court within Sixty days from the llrst publlcaiion hereof. David McNeill and Andrew McNeill Dated Nov. 17th. 1HSI7 Lxecutora "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Alain Sti-eet U the Best place to call when you want the Best meal to be had in Pioche. Meal Tickets 3 For SI.OO The Bakery has also Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Every Day. EL Boots and Shoes Made to Order. First Class Work and Rea sonable Trices. Give Me A Call. John H. Lynch. First door below I. O. O. F. BuildiDg Piocha - . . Nevada. yr4. BO YEARS' I 5 Tradi Marks. '...sO DlSIONw COPVNIOHTS AC. Anyone sending a sketch and description mar anlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patent-able. Communica tions strictlr confidential. Handbook on Pateota sent free. tMileac ajrenoT for securing patents. Patents taken throuuh Munn A Co. raceiTt, sacrksl notic. without charge. In the Scientific American. A banHometr 11nfftratd weekly. I.anrMt dr. -eolation of any olentitlo Journal. Term. S Jr ; fur montlta, L 8oW bj all ntwidMlCfi, John Shier's Drug Store Carrie a Full Line of FRESH NEW DRUGS .0d PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully compounded at all hours of the day or night. JOHN SHIER. Proprietor, Upper Main Street, Ltrrir D. L. Wertheimer & Co. "Lead In Everything" Winter Goods! Winter Goods! The Largest and Best Assorted Stock to be found in the County. Our Stock of Shoes, Gents, Ladies and children's it com plete and we are selling at prices you can't refuse. In Groceries We Keep the Best No Second Class Goods, Everything Choice and we will make you prices that other can't reach. Come and See. Dont. Be Afraid to Send We will treat them just as well as we would yourselves. Examine our WINTER STOCK of goods hefore purchas ing elsewhere. Samples free. Clothes Wringers, S2.75. All Schilling & Go's Goods in Teas, Baking Powdeis, uid Extracts. Try Them! WHITEHEAD, MILES & CO, Probate Notice. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Dls trlct of the mate of Nevada in and tor the County of Liucolo. Iu the Matter of the Estate of Archebald McNeil Deceased. 4 A petition having been filed in the above entitled matter by Anthony W, Lewis, Dsve McNeill and Andrew McNeill for the probste of the lsst will of said deceased and For the issuance of letters tes auientary thereon to them. Notice is hereby given that a hearing on said petiilon will be had before said Court, at the Court Room thereof on Monday the 13th day nf September A. D. 18D7 at 10 o'clock A. M. or so soon thereafter as the same can be heard. H.J. GOODRICH. Clerk of said Court Dated Aug. 271897. NOTICE. To Whom It May Coxcerx: STATE LAND OFFICE CARSON CITT, NOV. SO. 18l)7. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TEAT THjs STATE of revada nnder the Act of Congress approved June 16, 1880 (31 SUts. i7), has filed lu the Unit, ed State Land Office at Carson City, Nevada, List Nu. 208 of land aelected under said Act, and has applied for a patent tor said land' that a part of said list ia open to the public for inspection, and a copy thereof, by descriptive sub-divisions, has been posted In a conveient place In aaid United Htatea Land Office for the inspection of alt persons Interested and the public generally. Within the sixty days following the date of this notice protests or contests sgsinst the clsim of said State of Nevada to any tract or sub-dlvlslon des cribed in the list, on the ground that the earns 11 more valuable for mineral than agxlrultural pur. poses, will be received and noted by the Reiriater and Receiver of the United States Land Office al Carson City, Nevada, for report to the General Land Office at Washington, D. C. The following are the sub-divisions described, to wit: 8. E. k of N. W. and N. E. of 8. W. , Seo. 33, T. 1 8. R. 68 E. M, D. B. M. 80 acre. A. 0. PRATT, State Land Register of the State of Nevada. Date of first insert! a Dec 9. 18U7... TAXES 1 TAXES! Notic is hereby given that the State and County taxes for the year 1897 an now due and payable and the law requiring their colltctlon will be strictly enforced. All taxes remaining unpaid on MONDAY, December 6th, 1897 will become delinquent and ten jer tent added thereto. X. P. DOOLET. Treasurer. W. A. M. 8T. JOHN'B LODGE NO. 18. MEETS THE FOTJ5TH SATURDAY la acta month at Odd Fellows Hall, on Main street. All visiting brothers In god tandlna are Invited to attend. W. L. r COT T, Hecretary. H. N. MAYO. W. M. "Money talks." So do money-back tea coffee soda baklnr nnwrrir flavoring extract Schilling's Best For Ml by WaUtfJsMd. MUw & CO., DwlMtUU ana spice Toilet Articles And 8undrie ol ry D. Description. the Children. 1 XX XI Nevada Logding 0 House, xjEWLY Furnished MRU, L. BAWDKN, Proprietress throughout with clean , comfortable beds, furnish es the bet place at which to secnr comfortable 9 quart r. MAIN STREET, DELAMAR. Dan Mandich, at thr zhtssiast rauiT STOJE1.ID, Main St., - - DeLamar. HOD A WATER, ALL FRUIT FLAVOR. Keeps constantly on hand ORANGES. LIMES and other FRESH FRUITS.; with the Finest Assortment of CHOICE CONFECTIONERY to be found In town. A Choice Line of TOBACCO anal CIOARd. Dick's Restaur ant. Furnish the BEST BOARD to I ba had in town. I A private dining room, with en. M . trance from Main St., haa just been lg added (or the convenience of ladies J and other guest . MAIN STREET. DELAMAR. Hans Olsen's The Only Firet-Claae Retort in DeLamar. The best of WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS raised over tb Bar. aiLTS!J2!Si?r ClUB ROOM, where patrons will always be made to feel at horns. P. R. McNAMEE, Attorney sxxct OounaUor 3 srreV.