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Pioche Weekly Record
THURSDAY JULY 28. 18U8. Poujiho hui Tirwui ri Record PublLhing Company, office: masokio boildjno, LAOOT, R bTAKIT. Terms: alMripttM, On tw, by Hall.. " tUMoDtha, ... SILVER PARTY. County Central Committee. 4 on t 00 - "S f rats farsiahed npoa application el -. ? VW the IHMtnmo SI r hx-ho, Nevada, as " " .-a,ttr. .., .i 1 1 . t M are solicited, bat the psper will b rpoaibl f .r 'b. opinion of lu corr. poedeot. Delivered by Carrier at 60 cent per Month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. .,' Hon. Geo. S. Sawyer returned on ; bunday from a trip to Carson. , . The boys are looking every day ror more startling war news. Congressman Newlands and ami- 1 1 Tl 1 .1 r. 17 are hi, eno io spent, tne Hum mer. Assessor Freudenthal una A. S. Thompson took a run down to Pitnn- ca on Tuesday. Tha Foley estate case has been on trial at Heno this week with Judge -isiDot presiding. The Silver Party County Cei Committee met at the office oi . n tice of the Peace Hoag at DeL, ir on Friday to fill existing vacanci. in the committee and arrange ft r work under the approaching cn. paign. Sereral vacancies existe l in the DeLamar representation, M. Nay, M. O'Donnell I and others having gone away. The vacancies were filled and the DeLamar re-presenta tion on the committee is now com posed of H. N. Mayo, Euone Goodrich, J. It. Hoag, John Sui.,r, Sol Warren, W. M. Fitzgerald, Andy Service and E. D. Turner. H. N. Mayo is Chairman and Eu gene Goodrich Secretary. The 16 delegates to the State Convention were appointed as fol- j lows on the vote of '90: DeLamar, 8: Tioche, 3: Panacn, j 3; Uiko and Bunkerville each 1., the delegates in each precinct to be elec ted through primary elections or mass meetings called for the pur pose, us the precinct members of the Central Committee may deter mine. DeLamar decided to elect througU a primary election. , The next business of importance will be to arrange for a County Con vention. This will be held at De Lamar in the latter purt of Septem ber probably and a meeting will shortly be called to fix the date and arrange for the eleotionof delegates to it. .- C y.i. , aum iuuggie fj.inton came up irom jje-Uamar on Sunday for a visit with the folks nt home. i fflU- TV" l . -v risej juiggings new pros pects are situated altogether on the utab side of tha line. vouiity Ulerk Goodrich wont to . DeLamar on Monday on account of tne illness of his son Gene. " ' . J. he hay crop this year in Mea dow Valley Wash is obove the aver age in both quantity and quality. Jonn U. Brown of Pannca has been under the weather for several weeks from stomach trouble but is now out and around again. Eagle Valley is a favorite rusti cating place for many this year. Several families from DeLauiur are enjoying its freshness just now. The 24th., Pioneer Day, passed off in Panaca without any special observance. A dance by the young folks in the evening was the only thing out of ordinary. , Dr. Nelson put two men at work on the Ross mine on Saturday and a aay or two later left for Salt Lake expecting to return to the mine by tne let. or August- Messrs Charley and Frank Thomp son, will uenton and the Misses Minnie and Annie Carman went to ranaca on Monday afternoon to en joy the 24ths. danoe. Charley Koe was in from Bristol district this week. He is taking out copper ore irom the old Cave mine , nere and expects to make a run of the little smelter at Bristol within a month or two. Whooping cough prevails to a ery great extent among the chil dren of Panaca and is more severe than at any former visitation. No fatalities are reported from among the children affected, though sever al have been seriously ill from it. Dr. W. J. Nelson arrived at Deer- ; lodge from Salt Lake on Saturday, accompanied by several mining men who will look thoroughlyover the district. We hope their inspection , will prompt speedy and extensive work there. The general opinion ,; of mining men is that the section ' justifies it. ' C. P. Ronnow of Panaca is at Salt Lake stocking up for the Co op store. The brick addition of a tory and a half, recently mode on the-south aide of the building car ries a stock of olothing and shoos on the upper floor, while the lower floor will be utilized for busineHs or family purposes as becomes most convenient. ,., p. L. Bathurst has been engaged by the board of trustees to take L CUMr8e ' the grammar school here fcr the coming term. He is an ex- : perieuced teacher and a good term ' is hoped for. It is not known yet whether the primary department will ' be maintained separately or not. The number of children in attendance on school at the opening will decide this. - TW method of prospecting for ledges as between the Eagle Valley -District and Pike's Diggings seo t tioi, is entirely" different. , The piot-en ri oniy a lew miles apart. At Eag! V.illey the formation is piiticipnlly porphyry, the quartz y ledgH cropping out promiuently in high pliiws generally. At Pike's ( the formation is something of a granite and porphyry Hnd the ledges are found in the hollows and gulches. It is quite deceiving firtn to old time prospectors. Disgruntled. The fact that Virginia failed to get the Silver Party State Conven tion has disgrunted somo of the people there and the Report pitches into Eugene Howell on account of it, opposes his re-election as Secre tary of State and advances reasons for its opposition that are almost en tirely personal. In this section Mr. Howell is jud ged by Ins efficiency as well as from a personal standpoint and it is con ceded that he is one of the most capable men who ever discharged the duties of that important office. As Secretary of State the duties ore comparatively light, but with Stnte Librarian and Clerk of the Supreme Court, and one or two other ex officio duties added, the nosition becomes one which culls for capa bility on the part of its incumbent. Howell has never been charged with Jack in this regard; he is uniformly courteous and obliging, as all who have had business here can testify and more than one rancher and land owner hereabouts owes him a kindly thought if nothing more, for watch- fullness in the State Land Office which has prevented a forfeiture of land contracts there thought a fail ure to get money there on time. Whoever the delegates to the State Convention from this county are, tuey should help to nominate Gene Howell for re-election to his present position. I Admiral Dewey was always a strict disciplinarian, and occasional- ' ly inflicts punishment in curious ways. Once while in a foreign port he suddenly ordered the heaviest tackle to be gotten out of the hold without delay. After two hours hard work his order was carried out, uu J he then directed that a large ch-w of tobacco which li-.l hn thrown under one of the guns be hooted overboard. Never again on mat cruise was such an unpardon uie onense committed. According to El Heraldo de Mad rid. Don Perdo Verdie, a Lieuten ant-Colonel in tlir, S naniah -- w has been compelled to stand on the street corners in that city and beg ior aims mat his wife and children may not starve. He commanded regiment in Cuba, and, having been severely wounded, was invalided uoiue. ile was unable to collect his pay, and therefore, was forced to beggary. When he begged he wore lull uniform, with all his medals. The Salt Lake papers report Dfiln r9 - - T" -T .. , ouiuo ui wots, ijamoert s in terests at Stateline laBt week. Th consideration is placed at $20,000.00 As a matter of fact however, Doc rmi 1 (Ct 1 . (,ut uuijr fi,wu, nau irom tne way ne started out for a good time at Salt Lake, and dropped some $200 in a little game of "draw,, atMilford the boys predict that he will return with the cool weather, wise and pen i i -n . . ncui, uuu reiinw uriu pollening on some of his remaining claims. The Nevada Mining Co's creditors appear to be doing well under their lease. Returns from a shipment of ore, concentrates and cyanides are expected in a few days and the pres ent output caused one of the men to state a few days since that he believ ed 20 per cent of the back pay due the men, besides running ex penses, would be made on this month's run. Notice for Publication, i Notice of Sale Ditch Prepaired. The water ditch at Bunkerville was oompleted on the 19th. inst. All able bodied men of the town were working on it from the time of the heavy storm of rain and hail re ported two weeks ogo. Most of the gardens were saved and the people were very thankful for it. The re-opening of the ditch was celebrated with a grand ball. The work was an extensive' one as the ditch is some five miles in length and required to be provided with sand gates every quarter of a mile in order that the ever moving quick sands of the river may be released from the ditch and not to clog it up. Crop Bulletin Report. The last crop bulletin report issued from Carson says of Lincoln County. In the south portion, weather hot and sultry, highest temperature 118. Threshing begun. Second crop of figs and corn mature. Pair prospect for cane. Water plentiful. North portion: Wheat and oats ripening. Corn and sorghum doing well. Stock in good condition but ranges drying up in places. Sum mer apples ripe. Highest tempera ture 97. Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovery of the age, pleasant and refreshing to the taste.act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels.cleans ing the entire system, dispel colds cure headache, fever, habitiml con stipation and biliousness. Please buy and try u box of C. C. C. to-day 10, 25, 50 cents.- Sold and guaran teed to cure by nil druggists. Eugene Goodriob experienced another minting spell on Sundcy, more severe than those of three months ago. He has been very much under the weather since but will probably be out and around again in a few days. -- Political slates are still being made up. As published they read as matter of sewa to some of the parties supposed to be directly inter ested and eerve to "strike em silly." Beauty Is Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascuret, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities irom tue Douy. uegin to-day to bonish pimples.boils.blotches.black heads and that sickly bilious com plexion by taking Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drufftrists. nntis. faction guarnteed, 10c, 25, 60c. The News soys twelve Indian boys and one girl from the Indian school have departed for Carlvle. Upon arrival there the boys will be placed in the band and will serve m that capacity a couple of years in preparation for the big Indian band wnicn is to be sent to the Puris ex position and which will consist of about one hundred pieces. 'UUUV luo largest nugget or moss of silver ever mined was piece taken from the Smuggler mine Aspen, Colorado, in 1894. The nugget in question formed part of a consignment of 25,031 pounds of ore, which with silver at 53 cents or thereabouts, netted, free and clear of expenses, very close to $82,000 Nogales Oasis. lhe Keardiok Dramatio Company which was billed to appear here and at ueijamar this week and next will not visit tnis Bection on account of their inability to secure the Schaefr Grand at DeLamar. The local dra mane to. there are occupying the hall and propose to give a play every wee irom tnis time on. Three or four of the Summit mill hands were knocked out for several days lust week. General bilious symptoms were common with each, but, all occurring at about the same time made some think that slisrht cyanide poisoning in some way or other was the cause. All are at work again. lhe commissioner of internal revenue has deoided that all tele graph messages must, under the law, be stamped by the sender. mis decision was made under the request of the Western Union offi cials in New York, who had asked for a ruling. . wed Cross Societies are being organized at various points through out tne northern and western parts of the State. The ladies are very active in this work and their branch es are flourishing. Elko, Winne mucca, Reno, Carson and Virginia nave tnem already LtwOmca At L'amou cm ui. m 14. li-M. X'OTIOHS HlilEHT eiTt THAT TH TOL. XV lowlim-iur(t Mlln fc4 boum of kl Wotwa to mmkm tnti proof la mpport of bim claiu. M4 tbmt Mid prw.f al to nui befun Cvonir iirri or Lmeula county ai r .orha Mend, on BMuritT twtl 11. MM. Ill: CbarlM Colveroll, HooK-sttvl Applleatioa So lot for laa B H of II . H mmi . . Vi . W. fcc. t T. S. B fT H I. M. am kura uu folkxnmf wlliwn to pror hi cnuiiMu r.UMBC npoa, mnd coUituiub of, Mid iaad.TU: Jaau Ba. of Ker-h torada. iaaapa Ouaar. of Kmba Untb. Samual Kerakiv.of B'rahaw Serada. Iaaae Bartuo, uf tuaoaaat Strut. O. H. G.llop. BJt. NOTICE. To Whom It Mat Coxcerx: stats land owe CABHuS CITI, MA BOH. 81. IMS. JOTICX It) HEBEBV GIVEN THiTTHll STATB . unaer ih act oi uongreM ftp:T irrd Jom 1. 18-10 (21 BUU. aTl. hu filed Id tha Cult. d ntato Land Gffli-a at Caraoa City. Nerada, Liit Mt. 'ilf ol land nlected ou.wr amid Act. and hu applleJ for patoni for Mid land- that a part of aald llat I opa to the public for Inipoctloa, and a eopjr thenof, bj dtacripiira aub-airialona. baa bean p atrd la a connlm! place in Mid Called Statea Land OUca lor th Inspection of ail pen na iDtereated and tha public feoerallr. tiinin m.ix daya fullowlD th data of M. notice prnteataor cootau aaalnat tha rLim, State of Nevada to anr tract or ub-dlrulon des cribed in the 11. t, on the groucd that ibe am i mora Talnabia for n.lueral than agrlrnltaral pnr poeea, sill be received and not! b tha Ib-oi.t, r and Uecnver of the United State Land Office at Caraon Hty, Nevada, for rrport to th General Land Office at Waahlnaton, D. O. lb following are tb ub-dlvi.iona deecrl1 wit: Lot a of S. W. k.See. 18. T.as. R. M F ru n B. M. M.oa acrea 1 A. 0. PRATT, State Ltnd Bealater of the Ht.te nt mu.,i. Date of Stat tuafxti.n April T. laM. of Heal and Personal Property By the United Statea Marshal for the District of Nevada. IiinI Take a Look at Our LADIES' Carrie a Fall Liue of od Land Notice "Jhe DeLamar Company has or dered another steam road wagon. It will be larger and heavier than the present one. These wagons ard found profitable on long hauls and wood has to be brought now over 15 miles on some of the routes out of Delamar. The issue of the daily Lode has been discontinued, at DeLamar. The daily war bulletins were not exciting enough to make the vent ure pay expenses after the cost of telegrams was met. It is reported here that the Lane Company, now operating at Ely, will throw up its option" on the 1st. of August and turn the whole prop erty back to the original owners. John Quinn, is visitincr at Elv from Arizona. To Whom It MayCoxcern: STATE LAVD OFFICE, Cron City, Ncvad Jan. a7tli lt8 Notice i herebv Klren that tha State of K...,t. und-r th Art uf Conger approvel Jnn 16 180 (31 Slate, ill, ha fll.d in tb tinlted Ht.t. t ... OHlce at Careen city, Nevara, L!t No. 208 of feid elected nnderaald Aot. and ha amilied f,. . ... nt for said Unda; that a part of laid Hal Uopen to the publlo for Inspection, and a copy thereof, by deaorlptiv aub-dlvi.lona, ha been ported in aoon. venient place in aald United Statea land om tr.l lhrinpectl n of i II persona lnter,;e1 ei,d the pnbllc generally. vtltuta the nerl elity dav fullowini, ti,.i. i .,i thlootlropr..toHtnluat the claim ol aiil HUte of .rva.U to any tract or anb dlvlai m denorlb d In the lUt. on th uranntl that the jmc la more Tain. al'U fur miiiersl thun agricultural purpow. will be rtcelvrd and noted by tha ltwi.'.r aad It . o Ivor of i .no uniLM iir iMBd omce at Canon City, Nov. ada, for report to the (irnpral Land Office at Wash, iug'on, I. o. The following are the aiili-dlvinion dewrllied tc Wit: 8. E of N. W. and W. H of 8. W. W See. If. T N. B til K. M . D, B. k M.-120acre. A. O. PRATT State Lain! Kcginter of the Mate of Nevada. Date of flret inar-rilon Fibrnr.v 3rd 1898. TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca, Working and through to DeLamar. Open to Public Service. Pioche Office at Henry Eiler's Panaca Office at J. Q. Brown's Boots and Shoes Made to Order. First Class Work and sonable Prices. Kea- Give Me A Call. John H. Lynch. First door below 1. 0. 0. F. Building Pioche - - - Nevada. Eastward Throuzh the Rockies. By virtue of uecntiuo laned oat of tb Circuit Court of the lalted Bute, Ninth Circuit and tlietrict if Nevada, dated th 7 h. day of May A D. lis. In two cartels action wherein In th nrrt of aald acu .n Aeaelo T. Freedlev. Aaalgne for the W-nen l of the creditor of Wharton b trior a complainant ua pl.lntiff. reeovned a Jadg. Bient aaalnat tb foatbwecten Mining Company, a eorp lioii, deteuiant. for Ibe sum of f 0.UOU.UI wl Intereat tarraon froia th da. of id Jndg. ment nu Hi pdl, at th rat of ecvea per mi par n. loxmrr auia of i6 T, Cm;. u in m.te coon, logetoer with the euet In th "'"o mt urcult court taxad at t3., which d Jndnier.t we ua tb tin. day ol February, lew. for valuable coo.id. rai loo -duly and legally aa.iftued to Joerpb Wharton w hoi now and wa at the date of tne l.a ng of aald execution th. itgei owner and holder thereof, and utu, by vlr .n of another and aeeond cucu tloa leaned out of the aald V..i iv,x .... Culted state.; Ninth Circuit and metric of Neva, da, dated the 27lh. da. of May. 1MM. in a rrtlu "aerein Joarpk Wharton a plaintiff recrr. juaemani agaln th outfaweat,ni Ml lug """-"i - ouriKjmion. arenn. r . .t. ... of 7Ui.7t with Intereat thereon at the rate of an f eeD P" annum from Dec tuber 24th 1BB7, nntll paid and lor tb further um of $773 si fr eolUeting fee, aud fr eonta of nit t.ui .itmui uu aiao accruing con, and wa.Bu, nnder and bi virtue of uid iwuaaoain tn eaw hereinbefore aet out and mentioned 1 have levied noon the fnllin. ""f1 eetat ana personal property to wit keo. Estate. """I'M rollowlnir nliiH n,l..l... .t.i. . " , MWH .UU uatea in aidorado Mining Li.trict, vv.u wuuii niaia nf mu.u a . 11 i in Tough nut. Quaker City. Making Bird, Wall strwt n. .., TechattlcUD. Bay iea H,.... t . ' . " i . . u . . j iut, euuiie. r.r .". 8,ure:b "" Mlnug clUm. being - , -Hiti wiu icoi iQ wi l.u Ala-, alt a. it! i7k TV . eppunenant to or connected with Mid mine and mining claim including the H.11 Street mlllaite o( flve acre, together with th Power apring thereon. itnataxi .h.nt imn .... I 7, , 7 "'" mine and mining location ......rujTO),a,iwDracil. Nash. Hov.r ... iT " """"- AIM the Beld- claim thB ' Mo'p Iods ""n J, j . oJB niining claim, nd th Culmado lode mmim, claim, situated in St. ihom. Mining DUtrict, Lincoln County, Nevada Al. what wae f .rmerly known a and called th. nln ' mPB mill, millaile - r.uproj, couBnting of a flve atunp mill t IZZxZ. ' 1,1 nlI'nr engine and bdler, --- . .uiiirurruit-nt tuerennto belonijiLg iii.T .1 T PP'"i- 'o house and lot ISO ft by 2uo feet on the north aide of Eldorado uu a a Doardinn houm; also one fifteen lamp quart mm Wlth ,u axturf ,DglI1. Md boiler and all appnr ennoe Alao all water . ...., reservoir and reservoir tite belons. .oK.or n anywise apperUluing to th mine. - .uu uiuuug location and real e. ute, owned, poMeawd or claimed by the South, .....rc.u Aiiuiug uompany. PeliHOSAI, FBOPEHTr. .. i.iiimh. man- or iiwh, on one blarkumitb rtop. wilh all toola. bellow. ..i..imptm-nuetc.f0nooia eloro containing I . ,Tr " Da uorii; also all hnutehold and kitshun fneiiin. , ty belonging to th. Southweatoru Mining Company" nln wgon, onebuckboard: q ..,i v. 'J .nri . .... -- h.,- 1 ' or nuning tim. ' we, more or lens; aooo feet of lum. . -uur or lee, ia ned of burro.: 6 set fellows for wagon wheel.; ioz. wagon .poke.; 80 sack of w . w .i-rry uj.i; a tovc. oue .tore room. 1 pair l.tve bullion .cales. one pair tm a.uy " ' ',"y material; three de.k.; on. o.. e . , " "nU " "tep ' ,d"" 3 alr.; '-'"; oue pIatiorm acale.; one show caae; one elghl day dock ; on atove and forty feet v o, yas. or sheeting, 4 1 remnantaof calico. do, ladle, handkerchief. 5 I .u . uu.su ya..u inch duck, ltdoi. whl.t broom. 1 p.ir apur.. 46 boxes thread. 1U gent, necktie, one alarm clock. 1 dox. pocket book. . viiwiiDim,ioliil pipers pins, 20 boxei - uu..u.is, pair mens woolen pants, 10 pair -, , , mFB, overall. io comforter., - .-ua Huiris, ,, calico shirts, U pair socks, 8 towels, pair itspeutlan, 3 doz. pair - ut a. unaer.nirts, 100 ft. tape .,.r.ul,p,ir Duciumn gloves, 4 pair - ut. airaw naui, a7 assorted hats 4 plr rubber boot, 2 tiu of matches, 10 lbs. white . .u. uuramanue ome. 4 aerubtalng brushes. to uinuer piate, platters, 1 do, tumblers, one nd H do., goblet., 1 pitcher. 11 parages of glon tareh, 1 d.'i.taoie. bluing, bmttle. of celery Mil, 8 boll ! . of extract. J cans of muihrooma a v.u. ui nuijiiBu curry, s quart, of lu oil. 1 bottle. ofAugutflower. bottles of syrop flgs. Tn Wtrw'T-n AT..rfi 9 bottle, benf lron.ndwlne.4Mck.BB.V.mw' 10 VVtIOM.lT MAY CONCERN ! SUHR CLOTHING. OVERSIIIRTS xVXD FURNISHINGS For OertlexrierL. IB GOODS Tlie Largest Line of In the County D. 1. Wertheimer & Co.. "Lead In Everything" John Shier's Drua FRESH NEW DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES. Store Prescriptions Toilet Articles Carefully cnmpoumled at hours ol the day or night. all And Sundries Description. of Every De- J OIIN SHIER. Proprietor. Upper Main Street, DeLamar. Cut the Price Cables. If you've been paying too much for your Merchandise, it's best to stop the leak-it s well to cut the cables. You're nat urally interested in buying right-it's along the line to com petenceit's the route that thrifty people travel. People that buy from us buy right. WHITEHEAD, MILES & CO. Land Notice. Tha Scenic Route. The traveler, tourist or business man is wise when he selects the liio Grande Western Railway "Great Salt Lake Route" for his route to the East. It is the only trans-continental line passing directly through Salt Lake City, and in addition to the glimpse it affords of the Temple City, the Great Salt Lake and the picturesque Salt Lake and Utah Valleys, it offers the choice of three distinct routes through the moun tains and the most magnificent scen ery in the world. Double daily train service and through Pullman and Tourist sleeping cars to Denver. Omaha and Chicago. Monday Tues day and Wednesday, of each week, Pullman Tourist cars are run to Boston via Chicago, without chancre. Trains leave Salt Lake at 8.43 a, m.' and 7.40 p. m. daily. . , For pamphlets descriptive of the "Great Salt Lake Route," write F. A. Wadleigh, General Passenger Agent, Salt Lake City. Educate Your Bowels With Cascarata. Candy Catharets. cure constina- ticm forever 10o,-25e. If G, 0. 0, Aula drnggisU round money. te, 4 buxe. BtrycliElue. 7 rubber vrlsge 3 buU He arnlc, fc doi bottles v.sellue 1 buttle ear. bonltepot..lum, S bottle, cmgh medicine,, bottle Mexican Uuluu-nt, 3 bottle cherry pecto ral, 1 bottle. Pond' raot, 8 bottle, uiaaparllla SO cm of .plcc. bottle pepperwuco. 3 doi' can. ardiue, I dot can aaluiim, H doj caiia oonied m.a'B, land H caw of enndmsed mlU l 16 odd can of milk, 3 oau tom-toe. ce peohe. 8 cue. corn, 3 case and 17 odd cn. of bean. 1 dos can ol lemon ugar, 4 package of e ffce, 80 lb, tea . 1 case soap a id Id... odd bar. pack.ftti pea-line, 11 qta. .yrup, 8 paokagee ol oda, t doi. can 01. baking powder, 3 can 12 o. baking powder. T lb, star tobacco, 30 plum -ometulng Good chewlug tobacco. It doz pack age Sral of North Carolina, t do, hammer nan. die, 1 frying pan, do, tin tablespoon. 8 do tin teaspoon., . lb, candle wick, 36 lb hore. "" . a a. carriage doim, Schenk valve., 3 1 no. paoRagx of crewa, H do package of rivet. It d. door knobs. 1 do, h-.,.' re! bolt , doi eupboard catch, 1 io. ateel butt, I gro hat hook. X doi. Icon-pin butt. "" 1 ooor ioci, 1 claw limiuri, 3 drlpplog -"- - -.iiuMiri-s, t aipper, 1 .trainer, oiir an.i u doi lamp chimney. I funnel 8 tin oil can .trainer. 4 dnat nan. T milk coop, 1 lantern. 4 dual braahe. a t..,,.4' 8 washbasin., 4 farrier knlvea. 4 eorry combi and 4 bru.be. 0 lb, nail, pick. 4 abort la, 81 long hammer handle. 3 do, pick handle lun.li... die, 3 case, dried beef. 1 oaa mascot aoap. looiba dried aprlc.t, 4 cane, .almon, 3 ease tomatoes X case canned raaat bee, 8 I4 oaae corned h.r 1 cae oondenaed Cream, 10 lb, tnlli neaa. aaniha oandlea, t b xe maoaronl, 39 lb. oda crackor 311 lbs. e Boa, 3 case fuse, 1001b 1 In. rope,' 101b. H In rope, 18 1b k fl. paction. 1 nw.. mill, 30 soup platu, 1 doi. tide dlHbea, 1 do pie plat, 3 ausar bowle, 10 eup and nancora, 13 plat tera, lSoameena, rpentr4 plane, SoiiO prcu ion raps, g broom. I ro.tcut saw two handed, 3 doa. boxe. concentrated lye, i do, bottlt esator oil, 18 gala, val v llne oil, 1U gal. Hunted oil, 3 do .hort hammer handle. 3 monkey wrenchw, 3 pair h.metrp..oUlb. alt, 1601b rolled oa a, volbar.ee 6001b. bean. 3J lb, black powder. MptU- collar pad., 1 w.ll tent, 300 jute or sacks, 3 hoe, 1 doi tin cup. 1 pair miner. hoe. 6 pair miner boot Sp.lrladlehoe. H do., pair canvaa ihoea, 14 oalr illpper, 1 pair canvaa lined overall, 6 wool, en Tl. 3 coat, 1 pair pant, 3 X do, pocket knlve. 8 pair bara, 3 hair bnuhoa, 3 watch chalua, 3 thavlng bruahea, 1 pocket eomDaaa 1 dos ey glatse. H do, match safe. 3 bottle colon H doa. birmonlca. H doi. tobaooo pouche. 10 jus. riDDou, wv sca. coai, iuu canva or sacks too lb, giant powder, 33 sack eok. 3 Jack acrewa, 1 blower. It roll barb wire, and Ave pig, Noxicb Is Hebebv Give that 00 WEPSESDAY, the 27th DAY OF JULY, 1898, : at oaa o'clock i. . of that day la front of th Mora of the said Sonthwestern Mining Company at KHorado Canyon, Llncol;. County. State of Nevada I will la obedience to the order of Court hue. tofora mad la th bove entitled action ell all of the above described real and personal property or so aiach thereof as may be necessary to satiety U indKuient In ! action, with Interest there a nd eonn, and l will soil th aame at nubile auction for oaah. gold coin, to tha high- t and best bidder in order to satisfy said execution and the ooau. and I will wll on aald day iH tha r.sLt title, interns., claim d demand oi the aald Bxnik. western Mining Conip ny, a corporation, of, in nd to said above deacilbad property, both real aud pemonal, . . : a. m. HDtirnRk,y, V. 8. Manual, District of Nevada'. By W. I. .Vrgnson, Iiepuly, Dated, June lath. MM, STATE LAND OFFICE, Oar m Oitv. Nov.. An m i. Notice 1 hereby Riven that the at... , v . under the Aot of Congress pproved June 18 Is . (21 St.U. 387) . hu 31ed in the United stateaLw Office at 0rson City. Iieveda. List No 309 of lani. Mleoted under ald Act, snO. h. applied for a pat. nt for Mid land; that . p.rt 0f ml list 1. open to the public for inspection, .nd a c py thereof, by deacriptive .utmivtaioo ha. been pouted in con venient place In said United state. Land Otnce f r theln.pection of .11 p.nton. lntere.ted and the public generally. Within the next tixty day. following the date of thlanotl e pro testa or contest. ..,!. .!..,. '"'' ' T tract or . b-divislon deaorlbed tn the llat. on the omi,,, i n... 1. more valuable for mineral than agricultural pur- ,.., u ,vea .no noted by the Keoi.ter and Receiver of the United State. L.n.1 OIBce at . '"", ur report to the General land Office at Washlugton. u, o. "enerai The following re the ub.dlvi.lon deKrtbed to ; " ".i0' B W' k 8"0, T' 1MB.. M. D. B. it 11. to aeras. ' A.O. PBATT, v. . B't,LIld gi"terof the State of Nevada. Data of ant Insertion May lln, 1888. Til 33 Nevada A. M. 8T. JOHN-8 LODGE NO. 18. MEETS TH g FOURTH SATURDAY In :?r,,m0a'.. V"? rel""" Hall.on Main treet. All viaitinu. . B. UCUOWALL Heoretsrv a. W.MlLKg. W. M. MRS. L. BAWOKN, Proprietrc.a Logding House, H; JtWLI Furni.hed . j, throughout with c,le.n, ( comfortable bed., furnish I ) e the beet place at which f toaecure eomf ortable I I qnrter, vCiaa-f-iCaft MAIN STREET, DELAMAR. F. R. MoNAtaE, Attorney and 1 uuniellora(,t -Xs . DkIAMAR, - aJKVAOA Ww-V, 80 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Dan Mandich, at TBi nxjssx-var STOJRB, Main St., - . DeLamar. SODA WATER, ALL FRUIT FLAVORS Keep constantly on hand OBANGE3. LIMES and other FltEsH FKUITS with th Finest AHwrtuent of 0HOI0S CONFiCnoNEKT to be found In town. A Choice Lin of TOBACCO mtkol CIGAR... Hans Olsen', Thi Only First-Craw Resort in DeLatnar, ' i 5 The beat of J;' WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Paaard over the Bar. Connected with this bouse I a Cool and plearant . CLUB ROOM, Where patrons will always be made to feel at home. A Tradi Maik Designs CnsysuiMT. A- Anyone sendlna s .bi..i. mnA i... ' aulokly asevrtain our opinion free whether an iEri.-JL! ProS'l Patentiible. Comrountc, tions.trictlyconBdentlaJ. (Isndbookon Patent! sent rrea. Oldest agency for securing uatenla. Patent taken through Munn A Co. reoelv. -CMrinl nnfins. srlthn... .....-.. . r Scientific American:'' nannsorneiy illustrated weekly, eulalion of any edeiuido liinrnaj. L "OK Trweat cir. n'a.n.a S. L Sold by all nawsdealera saiBrouhy.Mpui Ynrk lrua onto. 04 r Uf. WhiDiton! O.C? f Dick's iHcstaurant. Fuiiiishti tho BEST BOARD to be had ill touu, , ... . . A private dining room, with en trance from Miu St., bit just been added fur the oonveiiienoe of lsdie od other guests. . . . . . . MAIM 3TSIIT. UKLAafAII.