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Pioche Weekly Record
THURSDAY APR. 14. 1898. nm lm Tnnui ST PiECcnl Publishing Company, OmOIl KASOXIO BPTLDIJIO. uoorm mm, Terms: esserlptloa. Qs tsar. T 1UU ts OS " I CO Astvsrtlstag rets fumlehsd upoa inUaiMi el Entered at the Main it Ftocfce. Nevada, M esaaa-Oless mum. OfaraiilesHiaia am aetleltea, bmt the paper will Bet ha responsible lor tb optnioaa of ttf eorra. la. Delivered by Carrier at 60 centt per . Month. LOCAL A NO O THERWISE. A. 0. Lea wm up from Panic on Monday. The next State Teacher's Institute will be held at Winnemuoca. The militia of Nevada consists of aix companies and 384 men beside 11 field officers. Pioohe's reputations must be im proving on the outside, as nearly every day men tramp in looking for work. Billy Dwyer and Pat O.Brien pas sed through on Tuesday for Deer lodge where they go to work some prospects. John Vietti came in from Delamar on Monday evening and went on to Deerlodge where he has several men at work on claims. Send your orders for job work to the Record office. We have received new paper and other stock and can suit you in both quality and price. Bishop Leonard has been visiting for the past week the western part of the state, holding services in the towns along his route. Ue will not likely extend his trip this far south. The oitisens of Ely held a meeting last Wednesday to arrange for send to the Omaha Exposition an exhibit of mineral and other products from White Pine County. For the past week the boys around town have taken regular telegrahic "bulletins from Salt Lake, of war news. ' The bulletins are at Eiler'a Saloon posted for the public benefit. The 4th of May is the date set for opening the district court at Ely. So far, uys the, News no cases exist that will require the calling of a grand Jury. A petition baa been sent in to have a postofl.ee established at Desert Springs. One is needed at that point to accommodate those living there, and the numerous freighters going in and out of the country npon that road. At the request of nearlv everv body directlv interested in the mat- nme lor tee next sitting of the dis trict court here from May 17th to May 80th The question of grand and trial juries will receive attention later on. Before starting for the war call at A. S. Thompson's and get a supply 01 Uld Hermitage. Old Crow. Mel wood, Gurkenheimer, or J. H Baker whiskey to keep off the Cuban fever, He received a consignment of each of these well known brands yester- any. Stateline's Justices eourt had sev eral cases on trial last week. One or two of them were of a uriininai nature and these are said to have been instituted bv a so called colon v of native jurists who are bound in haw u quiet aud moral town at all nasaras. . - . v The Temple Bar Consolidated Co! -is going right ahead with its im provements. Freight is going out rrom rungman nearly every day, a telephone line ia beinar cut in and leoirie light plant is shortly to be installed, men lor the work are on hand now. With a telephone at work there.the residents of the lower Muddy .will be 30 miles of telegraph ommumsaaon. Carson NewsA peculiar bundle was received at the Land offloa W week which upon being opened waa cnuoked in thewasto basket aa being a pair of old socks some one had aent for a joke. - After kicking it around for awhile it was discovered to ba grscsiaoi. of the value of $7550 whioh sent by mail without even being registered. Notice. The undersigned has been ap pointed agent of A. Mandich and nil persons knowing themselves in debted to said A. Mandich will ar range to pay tbeir claims to the un dersigned and save costs. M. Churich. Fiofih. April 12 1898. 324 to 20. " House Votes for Arme I Intervention. Senate Will Act Today. The following is the gist of the telegraphio dispatches for the past two days on Spanish-Cuban matters ine situation nas been growing more tense each day until now.every means for peace being apparently exhaused,wsr appears inevitable the Senate may act today and a declara tion of war follow at once. Richmond, Va. Apl. 12. Consul Genl. Le arrived here today and aaid in a speech that it waa time for action; time for. talk is past. It is expected that he will go be fore the oongreasional committee on foreign affairs and testify. Oen. Lee is credited with saying Spain not only blew up, the. Maine but also placed the ship Montgomery over a mine when she went to Havana later. Spain believes European powers will give aid in maintaing Spain's rule in Cuba. If Genl. Miles had his way he would mass all the U. S. Military forces at Cuickaraauga at once but Seet'y Alger has not given his approval. Congressmen are agreed upon one point and that is Spain shall retire and give freedom to Cuba. If Con gress permits, McEinley will notify Spain to evaouate Cuba. The official organ of the Spanish oabinet declares they will not submit to the provis ions asked for in McKinley's mes sage. They object to his statement that Spain is incapable of governing Cuba. Spain haa put up with every thing and to submit now would be to lose a plaoe among European na tions. It is expected that Havana will soon be taken and occupied by i American foroes. Washington,Apl. 13 Spain holds firm and refuses to recognize the right of the United States tointervene ly Cuban matters. The Pope has made another appeal for peace. Sagasta says the Euro pean powers have done all they can to avoid a conflict. The navies of Spain and the Unit ed States are now ready to strike powerful blows at each other. The flying squadron haa started but its destination is at; present unknown. uongreas has directed the Pre sident to act in securing the removal or spauisn authority from Cuba. .Latest: Members of Congress en gaged in a disgraceful conflict in the American Congress this after noon. Half a dozen personal col lisions occurred during the debate ment over the Cuban resolutions. Later this afternoon the House passed by a vote of 324 to 20, the Cuban resolution calling for armed intervention by the United States. The resolution goes to the Senate to morrow morning. War now seems inevitable. AT STATELInE. Matters Somewhat Mixed. Matters at Stateline appear to be mixed up somewhat. The Stateline Mining Company has it mill running again, though not to the satisfaction of all concerned. A part only of the umecnecks and other obligations which the Company had outstanding recenuy nave been met. Under date of the 6th. inst. the Tribune's correspondent there sent that paper the following. "Yesterday a notioe was posted in aconspiouous place on tne Creole blacksmitshoD.near the mouth of the tunuel, signed by Superintendent Knight, warning people that he would not be resDonsible for anv debt contracted for the development of the Creole property, and forbid- tung any person from extracting any ore tuerefroai. On being interveiw ed by your, correspondent concern ing the matter; Mr. Knight stated tnat tne returns from the mill were not at all satisfactory; whether it is the fault of the mill or the manage ment ne did not state, but said tha, ha could not afford, to have it treat any mora of his ore. Mr. Popkias undertook to bond the other two-thirds of the mine and succe4ded in securing the one-third owned byW.j, Mc Burner, and to day the mill was put in operation on the Creole or, and Mr. Popkiss is working the mine under Mr. Knight protest. However it is hoped that within a few days matters will be amioably arranged, and the mine and mill kept running. Mr. Lynch was aeen in regard to iL a ... . . me closing town of tne Uphir ant says it was on account of Mr Pnnti, failing to come up with his portion oi tne needed funds in fact there is quite a bitter feelint? aiming! M Popkiss here, and unless the mill improves or he striken something rioher than he haa done, life may not be altogether a coldeu dream to Mr. Popkiss as the postponement of his pav-day affects the whole com munity her more or less and works a great hardship upon our merchants who have been furnishing the miners I and boarding-houses supplies. ' L'uder date of the 8th. inst a cor rexpondent writes the Record that Stateline ia in good climate and that : ull the claims there are looking well ! that Mr Pop kiss Manager of the i the Stateline Co. has returned from ! a trip to 'he east is thought to be I fwiiininnnm aa ahaniva ainsfl Anlai fl rTA vvu-'iuvi uf VUAUgV aai4 wuaaa, W went of the mill whereby the values contained in the ores can be extract ed. He concludes by stating that everything looks promising for State line at present. FROM DeLAMAR Local items are not at all nu merous. Our merchants sre receiving large shipments of spring and aummer goods. Main St is being harvested of its usual crop of rocks. A spring clean ing this time. O. L. Wertheimer left for Salt Lake on Saturday. He will be mar ried on the 15th. inst, tomorrow, and after a short trip will return here prepared to stay. The Masonic lodge is about to wove Keystone Chspter No. 6 from Pioche here. The question of using the present Odd Fellows' hall, or of purchasing the upper story -of the Pioneer block on Mill St, and fit ting it up for general lodge purposes is now under consideration. All Saints Episcopal Church. Morning Services 10 a. m. Sunday School 2 p. m. Evening Services 8 p. m. Rev. W. T. Snkad. Pastor. The social event of the week was the marriage of Hans Olson and Mrs. I. McClure last Thursday evening at the residence of Mrs. Jimmie Nesbitt, the bride's sister. ' It was a pleasant and enjoyable affair to all concerned. The groom has been one of the foremost business men of town for several years past, and the "boys" did not fail to remember him The newly married pair left on Sun day for Cherry Creek, which place they will make their home. The Justice's Court had two cases this week. One against three hoboes Tim McGraw, John Murry and Her man Winquest charged with extor tion and petty larceny in forcing the Cook at Lou Taylor's house to fur nish them with a meal and taking some articles of jewelry. The other was a suit by Yung Sing against P. Lazarovich about a ven tilator used over a cooking range. The jury found for the chinaman and the oosts were about $70.00. Deerlodge and Vicinity. The Barney Bros, and company have stopped work temporarily on the Segregated Homestake property which ues south of town. Eagle Valley district is bound to come out all right. It will take time bough and the expenditure of a larcr amount of money on account of the magnitude of the ledges there. It will be a producer for fifty veara nowever wnen once started. - -I Col. R. H. Aiken, who bonded thn Goldbug property two months aso nas been working a few men there for several weeks past. He broke camp on Friday and moved his assay outfit over to Stateline and ia renort- ed to have thrown up his option on tne property. Another report states nowever tnat He would visit San Francisco and expected to return here again a few weeks. Work on the Charley Ross min has been stopped for the past few days. It is expected to resumn at any time. Mr. Andrews who came last wees: to inspect the mine, re turned to Salt Lake on Saturdav The mine is in fine shape and looks well. It is past being a prospect ana it is tnougbt the present cessa tion oi work means a possible chang of plans and a resumption upon i more extended scale as soon aa Dr Nelsonhimself becomes well enough o personaiiytake cbarge of affairs By actual survey the Nelson mill if erected on the site now contain plated, will be fifty feet on the Nev ada side of the line. At this point the revine runs nearly north and south. The road from the mines will come in at the top of the hill, back of the mill and the tailings will be held in a natural pit formed by a small arm of the ravine running off to the northwest Some fifteen hundred feet below the millsite the ravine broadens out slightly and here the town of Nelson is to be built. From present appear ance it will ba mostly on the Utah aide of the state line. TheJustioe'a Court has its first case on Saturday. Mrs. J. V. Lane was plaintiff and D. McLeod de fendant. It waa over a balance of $250.00 which had been used bv Lane and McLeod during their work on the Rosa mine last fall before its sale to Dr. Nelson. Mrs. Lane sued McLeod personally. The defense was that it was a partnership affair ana tnat Mr. .Lane was interested. The jury failed to agree on a verdict and war discharged. Tb interest- 'sta)m.i; ji;ril,ll a,as3f. aiw'liajci a),aasimi'savtia1..1.. ing parties then met and the suit was settled on the defendant s lines the plaintiff dismissing the suit and paying all costs. Deerlodge town is steadly grow- ng. Among the heavy wood growth there a good nut pine is found from which 20 foot logs are cut and log houses are most numerous so far. Lumber is beginning to come in from the Utah side however, and frame building are also going up, H. H. Cooper has s large saloon and restaurant building finely finished up on the south side of main St. Jack Kyson and Jas Knight on on the opposite side of the street have a good frame building ready for paper and are doing business in it. They are also putting up a frame dwelling house this week. A dozen different log structures are building also. Geo. Moody pro poses shortly to enli rge his store by building a large warehouse. To Cure Constipation Forever. Take Cascareta Candy Cathartic 10 or 25c. If C. C. C. fails to cure, druggists refund money. Land Notice. To Whom It May Concern: BTATB LAUD OfFICE, Oaraoa Ouj, Nevada Jan. Mh 1I-S8 Notioe U hereby given that the State of Nevd ood r lb Act of Congress approve! Jan 16, 188U (11 State. toll, bee filed In tbe tinited States Land Office at Oaraon Oily, Nevada, List No. u8 of landa elected under aald Act, and baa applied for a pat '.ut for aald landa ; tbat a part of laid hat la open to tbe public for InHpeotion, and a eopj thereof, by deacrlptlTe aub-dlvlatoue, haa been pod ted in a coo. ventent place la aald Dotted State Land Office for tha inspection of all peraona Interested and tbe pabllc generally. Within tha next slity daya following tbe date of thia notioe proteeti agatnat the claim of aald State of evad to any tract or aub-divtaion described la tha llet, on the ground that tha some la more valu able fur mineral than agricultural purpoaea. will be received and noted by the Begla'ar and Beoelver of tha United States Laud Office at Caraon Olty, Kev. ada, fur report to tha General Land Office at Wash. log'on.D.O. The f ollowlug are tha anb.divl.ioDi described, to wit: 8. 1. k of N. W. and W. X of S. W. k 8ec. i. T ( N.B. 1 B. M.D. B. fe M. 190 acres. A. O PRATT Stats Land Begteter of the ntate of Nevada. Date of first insertion February 3rd 1894. DISTRICT COURT. sxjivOnoisrs. in the Fonr'ti indldtl District Court of tha State of Nevada, In and for Lincoln County, The State of Nevada Send:. Greetlngto David King Ton are hereby required to appear In an action eoojmeuced aglnt ?oa aa defeuilaut by Ellse Ann Ring as plaintiff, in the Fourth Judicial DltHct Oonrt of the Htata of Nivada, Lincoln County, at tne to n of Pioche and anawrr the oompUiut ih -ri- in. wniohie on ate with the Cl-'k of aald oourt wit n in ten tay aftr the service on you of tbia Hummona (ex luelve of the day of service) If serv ed i a said county, or twony daya tr servrd oat ot said county, but- within this Dlbtrict, and in all other cases forty days, or juditment will be taken gainst yon, according to the prayer of aatii complaint. The aald action la brought to recover Judgment agatnat yon, the aaid defendant for a decree of aald oourt forever dlaeoWln the bonria of u.atrtmont uoweaietlnrf between you' and aald plaintiff, on tha grounds of desertion and that oil tbe granting of such degree plmlntiff may be entitled to resume the name of Ellca Ann Dobblua the name by which ehe was tnown before her mar riage to you, aald defendant, and for her eoata ex pended her "la. And yus are notified that If yon fall t- appear an newer tha aald oouiplaint aa above required, the aald pialut.D will ipply t the court for the rellei demanded In -aid complaint, In testimony whereof, I, H. J, Goodrich have hereunto set my band officially, and affixed the seal f aald Oonrt, thia Sth. day of October, A. D. 18v7 H.J. GOODRICH, Cierk of the Fourth Judical District Oonrt or ths mate of Nevada Lincoln County NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern: STATE LAM) OFFIOK OAHSON CITT, MARCH. SI. 1896, VOTIOB IS HKHEBY OIVEN THAT THjfi STATE oC Nevada nnMr the Act f Oorjuress approved eon 1. 180 (11 StaU. 3tTj, haa filed In tha Unit, ed State Land Ofllra at Oaraon City, Nevada, List Mu. ail o( land selected uixter aald Act, and haa appllej fora patent for aald land: that s part of said Hal la open to the public fur inspection, and a copy thereof, by J -riptive sub-d iTislons, has ueen posira in a ruv-.tiil place In ssld rutted States Land OHlev i.r Hie Inapectlon of all persona Interested and ths pnblir Rrneraltv. Within the sii y d following tha rtaie of tuie notice pmtratt. or o.;tiN .(ilnst t,".e cliiuuf aaid state of ben;!', to e:.y ti.e; or ub-4trtlm de cribed In the ll-t.-ttu th- Frotivd that i.p a. me more valuable far, ti ineral ta . Mtnra lurwl tmr- posea, will b mvtved juil . v iiy th R. ;t r win in' (mud ti e luid UlR'e a' Oaraon ftty,' H-ntfn." or p-.r t.i t' e Ocn-ral Land OBke at Woabtuvtoo, Tt. v'. Ths following are tbe sub-illvMoaa ecrrcl. to wt: los a or g. w. ge. it. T. 1 R 8 E. M, D. o. a, at. w.ua " A O, PRATT. Slat Land. Roa later of the State of eve,l. van or mat insert April T. IWsJ. Notice. For Contract Bids. By order of th. Board of Oounly Oommisatoners v. MMuia uhiq7, waica proposals win Da reset, at say onoe ap to the tnJ day of May, ism xa do Nt rnniB, Sf ids anilt JOD WOTK x oar. tea) rroaa J nn 1st less to ths Brat Monday January IMS. , Ths Board reserwatha riff ht ia mImI anw im all bids. Bond to bs furnished If required by ths wosra, H.J. GOODRICH tlert of Mid Board MM April Sta IMS. NOTICE To Holders of Csriificstes Against ths Qsnersl County Fund. HoMoa is haraby (ivea that there Is wow In tha wsuny Treasury the sum of raoov.00, for tha ra aosapuoa or oanlBeaSM of ladebtadnoas aa tha veneral Fund of Lincoln Ouanty. Nevada. that seeled proposals for the surrender of such osMISeaaas will bs received by (as until tha aext ranlar saeattu of lbs Boaid of Oosintv Ounuila. BMaers.to.wtt: May s lenses provided ia th tow for tha rsfliss.pttow of swsh ewuAoasss, la statutes ot uwi as page aa. . f. DOOLFT, Oonaty Treasurer of Lincoln Oowty. Maroon Treasurer's Oatea, Lttwoia Oe., Nev., Stoshs. April Mb, MSS. 'ifKtt lliil'iW.WBaaaaaahtea'iiaiwsiisi , aWiasmaiiiisiLW PALACE Drug Store. DRUGS, Medicines, Chemicals. Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods, Sponges, Brushes, Combs, Perfumery. Physician's Presciptions Carefully Compounded. W. H. MEEK DELAMAR - NEVADA. EducataYour Bowels With Cascarets. Ctnlv Catharets, cure constipa tion lurever 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. Q. Brown's A WALL MAP OP THE UNITED STATES. The UNION PACIFIC has recent ly issued a wall map 36x55 complied from the very latest surveys, wbicu shows the entire United States, tbe various lines of railways and all trie important towns. This is not a thin paper map, but is mounted on canvus 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, Oen'l Pass, and Tkt. Agent, Omaha, Neb. "DICK'S" RESTAURANT Chop lie use On Alain Stieet Is the Best place to call v hut you want the Bet meal to be ha 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 "r" sonable Prices. Give Me A Call. John H. Lynch. First door below I. O.O. P. Building Piochw . . - Nevada. VIM. BO YEARS' "EXPERIENCE s " -m. r ....... w.. 4 Tnadc Marks 'rmi coPvmMTc. Anyone sendtnf a sketch and description may ootokly ascertain our opinion free whtthsr aa Invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly conftdentlal. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest sjrancy for aecunug patents. Patents taken Ihronirh Mnnn Jk tin. mhIm pv" w.i(fc.B dow eoanr. to tno American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I arrest ctr. eolation of any ecientiflo journal. Terms. Is IIY.'.!;?' ""onta. Sold by all newsdealers. MUN!mo.". New York rsMh 0oa. OS r f Wusatncto. VC. Notice ofForfeiture. To Jaueiee Mar'ay aaid Bert Hifrgias. yOO AND EACH OF TOD ABB HEREBY KOTI led that tha nndepalsnMl K. . . . . .j.n;iv.w VI hundred Dollars la labor and improvements on ths . u.ax aocoi roue ciaira, ana also One Hundred Dollars na tha Lanlata lnd aI.Im w.t. ... ... . 'e Kaele Tallay Mining t utrtct,' Count of Un- win. Die mi ui nanus inoraer to hold said premises under tha Drovlsions of flMtln.i ot4j u . . . . - w..t m.nm east ntes of ths Totted r-tates.bein the amount required ' i-. ni n me year raoing Docember SI, 1807. and If within ninety dava f.. .k. - . thia notice (or within ninety daya atUr this notion by publication) you fell or rrfuaa to contribute tout orosortion of each exnearfitttM ... vour tnteretts la said clalma will baeomo the prop- any ih to auuevriDvrs unqer said Bectioxi XfM. J. W P&LWKit nA w w-v ce DeLomax.Uncola Count j Nevada, rebiuary 10th leva. - ' NOTICE. Xottoe la hsrsby given. purnHtnt to a msolntloB of tha Board of Direetcts of tha 'lactarl Mining Oompoay.toatoa aO'l tar the Bret day of January A.D ISSM.tho prta 1 r. of tim'ueso of aaid esmpaay will be removed from the town of f lochs to tha town of tsLamar, la th- co'inty uf Linooln 8SaU af Nevada, at which lata i aeawd towa, after sard dsts. all uruorata boaloeaa of said, company wiu nanausaetsa. T. J. OBBOKNI, Dated pwasarhs tth. ItvT. s mi hi John Shier's Drug Store Carries a Fall Line of FRESH NEW DRUGS .nd PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully cmpoaoded at all hoars of the day or night. JOHN SHIER, Proprietor. Upper Main Street, Lcrrtr 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, Ladi. and children's i com plete and we are Belling at prices you can't refuse. In Grrbceries "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 the Children. We will treat them just as well as we would yourselves. Examine our WINTER STOCK of goods before purchai ing elsewhere. Samples free. Clothes Wringers, S2.76. All Schilling & Co's Goods in Teas, Baking Powdeie. and Extracts. Try Them! j WHITEHEAD, Probate Notice. In the District court oi ins r our in vuciiciai uia trlct of the stats of Nevada In and for ths County of Lincoln. !n the Matt, r of the Estate of Archebald McNeil Deceased. A petition having been filed In the above en 'ltled matter by Anthony W. Lewis, Dave M?Nelll and i drew McNeill for the probate of 'he 1 st will of said decease I an 1 for the laauanos of letters tea- uientary thereoo tothm. Not or la hereby given thst a hearing on said pell io 11 be had b fore ia d Court, at ths Court Koom hereof on Moncay tha 19th day of September A D. l&VT at 10 ..'clock A. M. or ao Boon thereafter aa ths same can be heard. H. J. GOODRICH. Clerk of said Oourt Dated Aug, 371B9T. Land Notice. To Whom It May Concern: STATE LAND OFPI0E, 2srs .n Cltv, Nv;, Jan M 18SS. Nottca is her by given thst ths State of Nevada under the Act of O ngreas approved June ilS, law (91 State. 387). he Sled in tha United Statea Leu " Office at Carson City, Nevada, Llat No tli of landa selscted under said Aot. and haa spoiled for a pst. snt for said land : that a part of said list Is opea to tne publle tor Inspection, and a e py thereof, by descriptive subdivision haa been poeted In a eon vement place In id United Htstea Land Otfiee f r ths Inspection of all persons tntereated and ths public generally . Within tha next slx'y days following ths tt of this noti a prottsts .r contests sgatnat ths claim of aald Htate of Nevada to any tract or a b-dlvlels described In ths list, on ths ground that tha same 1 mora valuable for mineral than agricultural pur poet a, will he received and noted by ths Begiater aud Beoelver of the United States Land OrBoe at Carson 'tty. - evada . for report to ths Oaneral Land Office at Washington, Is, O. The follow iDg are the sutwllvis. ns described to N. W. W of 8. W. k Ses.ST.T.lS, H.6SS. M.D B. ft M. 40 acres. A.O.PBATT, Stste Land B glater of tha Htata of Nevada. Data of first Instrtloo January 27th 1W8. TAXES! TAXES I Nottca U hereby givaa that tha Stats and County taiea tot tha year 18S7 are now due and payable and tha law requiring their collection will ba attlcily enforced. All taxes remaining sxpaid on MONDAY, December 6th,1897 will bsooms delinquent and ten par cent added thereto. H. 9. DOOLET, Treasurer. W. A. M. ST. JOHN'S LODGE NO. IS. MEETS THK rorSTH SATURDAY In each moat h at odd Fellowa Hall, on Main atreet. All vtaitlng Brothers lu so'l stanuina are iuviled to attand. 1. L. SOOTT, Becretary. H.N. MAYO. W. M. What do you think of Scmlling's Best tea co lea soda baking powder wavui ing . and splcaa when your grocer returns your money in full if not satisfactory? far sals by Ml' AC., r-iTfiwaj Toilet Articles And Sundries of Description. i. , MILES & CO, Nevada Lcgding ST House, VlflJ Fnrnlshsd throughout with elesa , comfortable beds, furnish, es the brat place at which MRU. L. BAWDBN, Proprletross 7 tosfcor- comfortable MAIN STREET, DELAMAK. Dan Mandicha AT THE HUSSIAN STOnE, Main St., - - DeLamar. SODA WATER. AIL FRUIT FLATOR Keeps constantly on hand ORANGES, LIMES and other FREbH FBUIT8, with th Flneet Aeaortmsnt of 0BOI0B OUNFiO riONEBT to bs found la town. A Choice Lisa ot TOBACCO avatsl ClttAftia. Diok's Restaur ant. FuipUbes th BEST. BOARD to b haa im owo, ". . ' . . . . I A private dining room, with Jk trancs from Main St., has just been V added for tha convenience of ladiag 1 and othar goost. ...... IAIN BTKKBT. DBXABT.AB. Hans Olsen'j SjJUL,003ST Th Only Tirat-Claa Keaofi in DeLamar, Tha best sf WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Passed over ths Bar. urcoo'p,r ClUB ROOM, where patroaa will alwaya be. made to teal at home. F. R. MoNAMEE, Attorney aaxxcj Oonnaieillor m. XAa.Tr-.