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EEKLT KECOBI). : CURED - ! j ' tTstem Has VOU XLV1II. Will the people of Lincoln county decide nt the election in November upiiii ii division of tim ci'inty and the forming of two separata county joveniments? Wliile it is it thing tit it will eventually occur we think t lie time i uct yet ripe for it. If we were free from debtor owed nu in considerable sum, we might not object to the residents of tin extreme southern piirt of Lincoln assuming nlone the burdens incident to a Rep:irate brunch of local government, but with mere than I alf a million of debt hungiug on in the form of bonds imd nothing to pay it with but hope in the future, that debt interposes a barrier to division which caunot be over come. It was proposed to divide the county by a line running earVaiid west at a point about 20 miles below John Kieruan's ranch in Meadow Valley Wash, and to apportion the bonded debt according to the population of each of the new subdivisions. This would practically give the northern part all the debt and the new county all the future prospects, with hard ly enough taxable property at the outset to conduct its government, with no provision for payment of what share of the bonded debt it might be given. In the western part of the state this fall, Ormsby, Storey and Doug las counties will vote upon the ques tion of whether or not the three counties shall be consolidated in the interests of utility and economy, while the southern part of the state thinks of expansion the western is thinking of contraction in the same regard. to begin. It will end where the ex isting grade enters Nevada, which is at a point about ten miles south of Desert Springs. The mining camp of Stateline, which many suppose to mo pmijuseu terminus, is located some 10 miles from Desert Springs, in a northwesterly dir.; The present terminus will be near 41.. O i i -an mo ouuioiii east or ranaca and dis tant about thirty iuiIp f.. t;-.i. v Li ivurj over a good mountain road Our contemporary, the counlv offi cers paper, doseu't like the Record's suggestion that the county's finan ces be made a snbiect nt intoi-oat tv,, km,. .--.' . . . it should e done however. It is the one matter of interest, above personal election ci office. The new scrip bill has received the sanc tion of the courts and it is allright, to the county. It is bad law, but it is our law now. and if the princi ple established can be utilized so as to repudiate the bonded debt, the county will be on its financial feet in a few years. CHECK UP. Two years ago, the grand jury, believing from various reasons that an examination of the county's books in the matter of receipts and dis bursements of funds, should be made, recommended that it be done by experts employed for the purpose, and so reported to the court. There was talk for a time of doing it but the necessity to the Commis sioners did not appear so apparent as to the grand jury, and the matter ended with an advertisement for bids to undertake the work. The grand jury which sat at the June term of court this year, also declared to make an examination of the books, since the most that could be done with the limited time at command would be to Bee that they were free from blots, etc., but repor ted in favor of employing experts to overhaul the accounts for the past six years. Since this is the evident disposi tion of the public, the work ought to be done. Two persons, rather than one should perforin the task, so as to check with each other, and the object should be, less to ascer tain if the correct rules of bookkeep ing have been followed, but to know that the various laws relating to the collection, apportionment and dis tribution of revenues have been fol lowed. It is a work which it would take some time to complete and the one preforming it should possess as good a knowledge of the revenue laws of this state, as of the rules relating to debiting and crediting accounts. Don't Be Afraid. A fear seems to exist in some quar ters that the Record's suggestion or advice to the Miners Union at Dela niar, should it enter politics this fall, may be misleading. Such a fear is groundless however, for the mem bers of that body, can, and should, look into every question likely to effect their interests, politically or otherwise, before acting. As we said before, if the Union interests it- in matters it can make almost a dean sweep. W e hope it will go in, Post itself on the situation, which it n do from the records of the coun tyi disregard the oracles of wisdom nd act independently. If it or any Political party does this, anything which the Record may say will be en in the sense intended, that is M suggestive merely, for at this writ Ing no definite lines are drawn and pecfiic end is in view. If the Union choosnn to enter nnli- fcs however, will it hold together? were not constant danger that Personal interest, and interest of Members for their friends will cause juscord and dissention to a degree t will rob the body of its suppos " force? If these questions and oers, of similar nature are satisfao- ' Political platform of its own and . y-euent and lasting work upon me county. The Stateline Road, talk a)mi. V, Qi..il. :i ' a has misled some as to the termi- - w the first 80 mile section now An so, it appears that 16 delegates from the County to the Democratic State Convention to be held at Reno on Sept. 7th. were picked out by a minority of the local Democratic committee, and the rank and file of the party were given no opportunity to say whether they approved tho pick or" not. If the democrats like this it is all right but the plan of the Silver Party, authorized by the State Central committee, of apportioning the county's representation to the various precincts in the county, and allowing each precinct to elect its delegates, after public notice given, is the best and yet we find some people disposed to complain. On the Fourth of J uly, a young man of Stockton, Kansas, took his best girl to a picnic. There she ac cepted so many attentions from other young men that the first young man became enraged and went home, leaving the girl to get back to her home as best she might. She hired a hack, for which her father paid 75 cents, and .then the old man sent the bill to the sulky young suitor. He refused to pay, and the old man sued him in a jus tice's court, alleging that having taken the girl to the picnic, it be came his duty to see her safely home at his own expense. Both sides have hired lawyers, and the case will be fought to a finish. Beauty Is 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 heads and that sickly bilious com plexion by taking Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All druggists, satis faction guarnteed, 10c, 25Go. THE NEWSPAPER LAW- All Subscribers Should Read the Fol lowing Law and Avoid Trouble. 1. All subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the dis continuance of their periodical the publisher may continue to send it until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodicals from the of fice to which they are directed, they are responsible until they have set tled their bills and ordered them dis continued. 4. Subscriber moving to other places without informing the pub lisher, and the papers are sent to the former address, they are held re sponsible. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intended fraud. 6. If subscribers pay in advance they are bound to give notice at the end of the time they do not wish to continue taking it, an J the subscriber will be responsible until an express notice with all arrearages are sent to the publisher. 7. The latest postal laws are such that newspaper publishers can arrest anyone for fraud who take a paper and refuses to pay for it. Under the law the man who allows his subscription to run along some time unpaid, and then orders th postmaster to mark it "refused" and have a postal card sent notifying the publisher, leaves himself liable to ar rest and fine, the same as for theft Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic 10 or 25c. IfC. C. C. fails to cure, druggists refund money. PlOCHE. XKVADA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER I. LS!)S Hard Water. It is difficult td Hack nnr kinj. with hard wtr. because the soda of me soap combines with the sulphuric acid of the hard water and the oil of the soap wita the lime, and floats in f.al;es on the top of water. Sulphate of lime consists of sulphuric acid and lime It is difficult to wash in salt water be cause it contains muriatic acid, and the soda of soap combines with the muriatic aod of the salt water and produces a cloudiness. Chicago Chronicle. ,Tew People know how Bismarck and m.irBiurs goi tneirname. Bismarck is the name of one of those ancient cas tles a short distance from Stendal, on the road from Cologne to Berlin, in the center of the old Marquite of Bran denburg. The castle had this name be cause it defended the "Marca," or the line where the River Biese formed a boundary in former times, or mark of defense against intruders. Hence the name of Bismarck. X. Y. Sun. i SENATOR TELLER'S OPINION. What the Coloradoan Says of Senator Stewart, The many friends of Henry M. Teller, in Nevada will be gratified to read what that statesman and champion of the cause of the people nas to say m a letter to Judge Bon nifield about Wm. M. Stewart. No man is better able to speak of the importance of keeping Senator Stewart in Washington to continue the fight for free coinage than Sena tor leiler with whon he labors side by side to secure the restoration of bimetallism. Senator Teller's let ter is as follows: Denver. Colo.. Aus-ust31898. Hon. M. S. Bonnifield, Carson City JNev. Dear bia:-I beg to acknowl edge the receiDt of vours of the 30 th. ult. Nevada cannot afford at this time to make a change in the Senate, and it would be most in jurious to thd silver cause to have a change made. Senator Stewart has been in the harness so lone and hnn been so prominently identified with ine agnation ior tne rehabilitation of silver, that the election of any other man to occupy his seat in the Sen ate, although he might be even as staunch an advocate of silver as Mr. Stewart himself, would be accepted by the opposition as a triumph and so proclaimed to the world. If not pressed for time I would say more on this point, but I cannot believe that the Nevada people will permit themselves to be led into any false step at this time. Very truly yours, H. W. Telleb. A Sure Thing for You.' A transaction in which von ennnnt lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick headache, furred toncmA fver piles and a thousand other ills are causea oy constipation and sluggish liver. Cascarets Candy Cathartic the wonderful new liver stimulant nml intestinal tonic are by all druggists guarnteea to cure or money refund ed. C. C. C. are a sure thirur. TVv a box to-day: 10o,25o, 50o. Sampl and booklet free. Probate Notice, IN THE DISTRICT OOURT OF THE FOURTH Judicial aintrlct of the Bute of Nevada, in and for the Count j of Lincoln. In the Metier of the Eetete of J. T. Ollmer, Deceased. Notice 1 hereby given that T. J. Osborne has filed with the Clerk of this oourt, a petition prey ing for the leauanoe of letters of adminlitratlon with the will annexed on the estate of J. T. OH. mer, deceased sod that Tuesday the 16th. day of Augmt 1898, at o'olook a. m. of said day, at the oourt room of said oourt at the town of Pioche, said County of Lincoln, State of Nevada has been appointed ae the tine and plaoe for hearing said petition and pro-ring the will of the said 1. T. Oilmer, deceased, when and where any person Interacted may appear and show cause why the aid petition should not be granted and ietii will admitted to probate. H. J. Ooodrioh. Cleek of said Court. Dated, august let. 1898. "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Main Street Is the Best place to osll when you want the Beet meal to be had in Pioche. Meal Tickets 3 For 9I.OO The Bakery hat also Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Eveiy Day. Panaca Co-op. Dealers in ' General Merchandise Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Provisions, Groceries, Grain and Hay, A free corral with" a good cookhouse. C. P.RONNOW, Mgr. PANACA NEVADA. SOCIETIES. i. o. o. r. PIOCHE LODOI HO. 38. , mEKTS EVKBT TUESDAY AT i :i t... nVlneb in t. 1 1 u, . V1""'n8 Brothers cordially In Jx- ,Mid to attend. ,v , J-D- Campbell, It. O. E F. Frendenthal, Secretary. A. O. V W. PIOCHE LODOB NO. 31. THE REQULA.R MEKTINUS OF i-Wa bold In Odd Fellow's Hall on cliff's ? "eanesae erenlngof .ecu week at iVr' :S0 o'clock .harp. Vimtlug broihet ere cordially Invited toettend. Jobs Ewrso, M. W. wnjtss t. Campbell, Recorder. PIONEER TENT NO 2 K. O. T. M. Eegular reviews Weekly on Mon day at 8 p. m. J. D. Campbell, Commander. W. J. Campbell, Record Keeper. STATE AND COUNTY OFFICERS AGENTS WANTED In Every County to Supply the Great Popular Demand for " AMERICA'S WAR FOR HUMANITY Told in Picture And Story Compiled and Written by SENATOR JOHN J. INC ALLS Of Kansas The most brilliantly written, most profusely and artisticully illustrated, and most intensely popular book on the subject of the war with Spain. Nearlv 200 Superb Illustrations from Photographs taken specially for this great work. Agents are making $50 to $100 a week selling it. A veritable bo nanza for live canvassers. Apply for description, terms and territory at once to . n. Tffnvpan!l PnPT.Tawrwn nn ST. LOUIS, flO., or NEW YORK CITY, j National Department. JOHH P JO N 158, United States Senator WILLIAM H STEWART, United States Senator F 9 NEWLANDH, K, prenentatlve In Congress Judioial Department. 0 H BELKNAP, Chief Justice Supreme Court M B BONNIK1FLD, Aesoctate Justice Sup Court W A MA88EY, Associate Jaatloe Supreme Oourt District Judges. 0 E HACK, First District A h FITZUEHALD, Ueoond District a B UHliMKY, rtiird District OEORUE F TALBOT. Fourth District Exeoutive Department. R SADLFR. OoTernor E D RELI.'iV, OoTernor'e Private Secretary EDOENE "O V8LL, Hi orcUryoi Stitte JAMES R JUDGE, Attorney doners! 0 A LtORAVE, State Comptroller W J WBSPERFIELD, State Treasurer A O PRATT. State Land Keirietar H 0 CUTTING, Superintendent Public Instruc tion County Officers.! J k DENTON, Senator! OEOROE B WHITNEY, Assemblyman a g l ittl; uem ual, Sheriff and Assessor,! H J GOODRICH. Clerk H W TURNER, Recorder N P DOOLEY, Treasurer F R McNAMEE, District Attorney and Ex.Offlcio School Superintendent JOHN FRANKS, Publle Administrator W D PREWITT, Surveyor JOHN SIMPSON, Commissioner, long term JAM KS GILES, Commissioner, short term I LIKE BYHHUS, Commissioner, hold over TOWN8HIP OFFICER8. H HARTUNa. Justice of the Peace. Plnehel JAMES HUL88, Constable, Pioche J R HO AG, Justice of the Peace, DeLanstrl J JOHNSON, Constable, DeLamar THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE la a newipap.r devoted to ths bent intere.it , the Western alope. and psrtleularly to the d.rr npment of the Intermountata oouatry. For advertising purposee tnoompsrably M beat paper between 8n Frsaoise sad Denve Kslly, SS Isaacs per yea. IS.or Weekly, 1 pp. 9 ceil., par yr... S.r Weekly, six months. I Bit Weekly, tfcree moaths, .15 Addreas. THE TI IHTJNK, Saj. Laks Cm. TJtam te'fcl'a.MieS -y-QEVENTH YEAR. WO R LD-W1DE CIRCULATION. , Pajes; Weekly; Illustrated. i pensabic to Mining Men. , roilARS PER TEAK, POSTPAID. savpu coeaa rati. ilUiiSS AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS. M arket St., San Francisco, Cac. r.lilford and Pioche STAGE LINE Running via Panaca Staves leaves Mllf.rrt rvrr, moriim eicer Monday st t 'clock, or immediately after lite ar rival of the tsaln.snd arrive m Pioche ia M hour. Leave Flock every (uerning except Huiil, st clock. - Through Fare each way, . . . 12.N) Reduction on rennd trip llck.tr. Bipresefrstes from Mllfurd to Pioche, four rents s pound. A. O. LEB, Panaca Agent. I. A. DENTON, Pioche Agent. PIOCHE Drug Store, ryum UNDERSIGNED UESPKCTFULLY AN Er" "". M.i,;.tr,ii two doors north or the Godke Mercantil. ,itr,rs. i ouwopen witn s new.tork Ol3.exnlo.als. 33r-vi.se,, M: 3 d io XX OH3 toilet Articles, PERFUMERY, HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. OAP, SPONGE, STO., ETC. A LARUK VARIETY OP. Notions and Fsncy Articles Physician's I'learrlutlone carefullv com. pounded, day or nlBht, and orders from abroad Oiled with care and dinpatou by a competent dru-gist. Dr. J. O. Campbell, PROPRIETOR. Chemical and Mioroscopio Examinations of Urine, Calls IT.mpily Atten.'e1, ly or Night T. J. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Puallc. Office in MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE Oei, Fa.tj. Ceo. O. 8uy,r Sawyer & Sawyer ttorne s at-Law Office la Lynch'.- BWk, Gee. O. Sawy.r "otary.f abllo. PIOOHal. W E3 V ADA.I H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary -:- Public. Office in the County Assessor's room at the Court honee. Oregon Short Line Local Time Card In Effect Monday May 9th 1898. NORTH BOUND, uave rnaco a . Leave Mllford LeveJuab Arrive Halt Lake J:!W p. m. P u. SOUTH BOUND. T:Sa. m. lu.oo a m. 8:40 p m Leave Halt I ake " Juab Arrive Frlnco .nJ,Jn'.,"'re 8;,,.L' Ogden daily at TOO ndS.lUa ui.an'l.ttsvjsaud 8.46 p.m. eptBund.',",,n rr,'CO Dd ,ub run d,'y. thIbIS',',!'1'1. Tl?"2 "'bt " in nnection with 8. a.DIK Agent Mllford. D. R. RUILIT O. P.T.A. Salt Lake Trans-lissii J- International Exposition. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. June 1st. to November 1st. 1808. Nevada Commissioner, Col. II. B. Maxson EXPOSITION CHURCHILL -DOUGLAS -ELKO ESMERALDA EUREKA : HUMBOLDT LINCOLN LANDER LYON NYE ORMSBY - . STOREY WASHOE WHITE PINE J, H. Vice-President of Nevada, Reno, Nevada. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. W. C. Grimes, St. Clair - J. F. Danberg, Gardnervilla Geo. Russell, Elko - J. A. Yerington, Hawthorns - Abram Laird, Eureka G. S. Nixon, Winnemucca T. J. Osborne, Pioch J. Blossom, Battle Mountain D. C. Simpson, Wellington - Andrew Maute, Belmont John Wagner, Carson Kinkead and Enoch Strother, Virginia - - - J. B. McCullough, Reno Wm. Burke, Schellbourn The Trnna-M Iflnifiairiris On1 Tnlnrnnrinnnl Pamh.... 2- - 1 t "rf "MV iAfc uauuuni vvugiOHa la uUIXip086U 01 delegates from every State and Territory West of the Mississippi rirer. J lift in tan nf thm a j it . i r ... . - roi,luu ungmuieu ia inw congress at its session at Umana in 1895. ami f hA rrn..f ha VtAA xt; 1 l n Rational Commission has been organized and is in active service, there beiD? nun mmmu,'.. I. trial i i . . . .. D -,rauua lvl en vi iue aeverm uepanmenis oi toe Uov ernment. Mobtfo the Trans-Mississippi States are well along in the Wav Of ffathprinrr rlu'liiio Jiave made liberal appropriations, while others are preparing exhibits through private enterprise. - 8- Vice-President H. B. Maxson of Reno, has made arrangements whereby he can get Nevada exhibits, shipped from any point in the State along the line of the C. P. B. 11. to Omaha and return, and he requests all persons who wish the interests of the State advertised to co-operate with tlm Ft rir.mfir.ri Pnn nlir aT . C i J . . - - jnvw.a -wwaMi-j outxiixiioaiuucr Jt 1118 COUniTa wiiose name is shown above, and prepare some product of his county and send it to the nearest point on the C. P. R. R. from which plac"i it will be sent to Omaha and exhibited, and returned to the same point fit the close of the exposition, free of expense to the exhibitor. Full in formation should accompany everything sent for exhibition. Before sendinc nnvthintr n Hi. lino r,t 41, ,t n j . . . a -j n uw muiuou b lun utsacnpuon snouiu De given to the Exposition Commissioner of the county, who in turn will . j ""i wui uuuiy mm wnai action to take, other wise there might be many duplications. Apply to your County Repre sentative for further infornmHon anA Anrt'l lot V,;o 4 :i . , UvU , lc, u,ui ujiuuuuiuij ui surer- using the resources of Nevada be lost. THE WEEKLY RECORD is the Best, Oldest and Most Reliable Paper in Southeastern Nevada, and the MONEY You invest in subscribing for this paper is money judiciously spent with good ret urns Let us ask you a QUESTION. Do you need printing of any descriptio you do give us acall. We do the best, cheap est and most satisfactory work to be obtained Our Job Department is one of the most complete in the State. Record Publishing Co., Pioche, Nev. H GOODS. NEW IEFMTH For Anything in the way of GROCERIES Aid : General : Household : Groods, Call and see " We have opened up with a general stock of general merchan dise including General Hardware. Goods delivered free to any part of town. As heretofore we will continue to be hcaiq"- HAY, GRAIN, & FLOUR. u-. A. 5. THOflPSON.