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TIIUUSDAY SEP. 1. 18U8. rnblintnrf E.ry TtiurxU; B Record Publishing Company, OrriCE: MA8OXI0 BDIL01HU, LAOOCB iTun. DISTRICT COURT. The District Court con veined on Friday at 10 o'clock, lion. Judge Talbot presiding. I litre was uot much business tran sacted, es it was ii.untly of t minor cliMractt-r. Ia the case of O. ti. Snow vs O. C. Browu it was ordered that judgment ue entered lor riuuitiS Tor 531.77 and $30 referees costs. Defendant bus 40 da j a to file motion to aet aside judgment. Ordered that execution be staid for 40 days. In the case of G. Atkins vs J. . Peck ordered that publication of summout be made in the Pioche Weekly Record. Thomas Ilevnolda was annoinfod uslnC ' Administrator of the Estate of John catered at the rxtfflo at piocb. Nevada, a Reynolds, deceased, upon giving a MtHi-cu- natter, bond in the sum of 11400.00. .r"7.Tr lVr. "r " ordered that final settlment poaduiu I of the estate of C. J. BoskowiU Le Terms: tabaoriptioa. Oh Taw, by Mall., " SI i Months, ., 14 00 a oo Delivered by Carrier at 60 cent per Month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. George Nesbitt returned to DeLa mar on Tuesday. C. L. Hyde was in from Cainp Valley on Friday. ' The mayor of Delamar is expected op to-morrow. . The Board of County Commission , r will meet next Monday. A notice to Lien Claimants appears under new to-day. ltead it. The eattle men have been in town spending a few ducats the past week. The Astessor has completed his tax roll and the list will be mailed to all the taxpayers this week. a. i. iwi, or uun nervine was in town the early part of last week with a load of fruit, which met with ready Bale. had anb the property be distributed to the heirs. In the case of M.Labrosse vs A. W, Oeer. The referee's report was con firmed in so far as it divides the pro perty, and it was ordered that the half, or part, of the property set over to the Plaintiff by the referee be giv en to the Defendunt, the remainder to the Plaintiff. It was ordered thut the fees of the Referees be paid be fore judgment be entered and thut cost be divided equally. . Execution staid till Sept. 10th. In the case of Knight it Ityson vs A. Fopkiss ludgmeu was entered in favor of Plaintiff. In case of MeNamee vs Nesbitt Brothers. This case came up ou motion for a new trial and motion was overruled. J. Johnson was appointed Admin istrator of the Estate of Frank Martindale, deceased, and a bond required of $400.00. M. C. George, James A. Nesbitt Adolph Martenten and John S. Mar tensen were admitted to citizenship- This ended the sitting of the Court. County Division. Two years ago an element in the southern part of the county favored geographical division and went so far as to prepare a bill for intro duction in the legislature to secure it. The matter was new then and tbe ti.e wan not ripe for action of that character and a little preliminary inquiry resulted in pocketing the bill altogether. It was not intro duced, but instead an Act was pass ed to test the sentiment of the peo ple or the county on the subject, to be voted on at tbe general election which will be held next November. The full text of the bill so passed is as follows. Section 1. The County Clerk of the County of Lincoln, in this State, in preparing the ballots in said county to be voted at the general election to be held A. D. 1898, shall place thereon the following question to be submitted to the electors of said Lincoln County at tbe suid general election towit: "Shall the County of Lincoln be divided. ec. 2. baid question shall be submitted to the electors of said Lincoln County at the general elec tion to be held A. D. 1808 in man ner and form complying with the requirements and the provisions of au Act relating to elections and to more fully secure the Becrecy of the ballot, approved March 13th. 1891. and of the various Acts supplemen tary there to and amendatory there of. Sec. d. The vote upon the said question shall be canvassed by the same authority and in the said man ner as the vote for State officers is canvassed, and the Secretary of State tationa were sent ont to the neigh boring settlements all of which were well represented in the gathering. The committee sent a carriage to Highland to bring down the band who had Linbly proffered their ser vices for the oecabion; they arrived here about six o'clock and were driv- en to Mrs adsworth'a where they satisfied their appetites brought for the occasion, after supper they pro ceeded to the hall where they dis coursed sweet music for the citizens for about 30 minutes when all were called into the hall by master of cer emonies Geo. Riding. After invocation by John Lee Mr. Riding led about 40 couples in a grand march which was followed by continuous dancing until 12 o'clock when all adjourned to the dining room (the school-bouse) where all proceeded to satisfy the inner man. from tables which fairly groan- ded with the luxuries of life. At 1.30 dancing was resumed and kept up until 5 o'clock when it was thought all honest people should be in bed and an adjournment was taken until the departure of our next Missionaries some time in October This party being given in honor of our popular young men most of our citizens were out to celebrate the occasion and over fifty visitors from surrounding valleys, and towns many of whom were young ladies, who bro ught along their most fascinating smiles to play on Milt, who however seemed proof againBt them, and were it not for betraying a trust, we might name several married men from II. E. FREUDENTHAL Ben. 7 aaaouacre kimm f aa a cul'lilt tat lecttoa to l ha or let of ASSESSOR. of Lincoln Coi ntf tiubject to tbe d-t:ion of thf Kiln r P:y Gouty OoavfBiioB. NEW TO-DAY. Notice To Lieu Claimants. AU peraoua claiming or holding liens, on Uia BalUouvill Mill aa J Beducttua Works aituated at Ball'oavilie la the Count? of Lincoln, Mate of Nevada, aa b-rcby noticed to ba aal apsaar be fora the lilatrlct Court of th Fourth Judicial District of to Btata of Nevada la and for the County of Lincoln on tha J3rd. da? of November A.D. itttt, at 10 o'clock A. M. or aa aoon therafte aa tha matter can ba beard a- d exhibit them and then, the proof of their said liena. i. T. ATKINS. Just Take a Look at Our - SUU CLOUG, OVEUSHIRTS AND FUIUVISUINGS For Gentlemen. LADIES' DRESS GOODS DISTRICT COURT. SUMMONS In the Fourth Judicial Dletri Ccurt of tha Btata of Nevada la and for Unco, a county. . shall, within five days after tbe con- oche, whose wives were not with vening of the Nineteenth Session of them, that tried to take the shine off the Legislature of the State of Neva- our young men with the fair ones, da, certify and transmit to each but then I wouldn't even mention orancn mereot tne result of the Henrys name, well and would have .1 l T0M UPD tn boen surprised to have seen some of MAva (uvoblUU a Hon. Judge Talbot departed for Ely on Sunday morning, He will hold a short session there and then go to Elko. KILLING. Om man shot and killed and another' life attempted. Sheriff Freudenthal received a Little Annie Nesbitt of DeLamar dispatch Saturday from Searchlight. has been visiting with Jennie Saw- new mining camp situated in the yer lor the past week and returned southern portion of this county. nome on Tuesday. about 80 miles south of ElDorado I Canyon, and 25 miles East of Manvel the terminus of the Southern Nevada railroad, stating that a man had been killed and asking what steps should do taken in regard to the prisoner. The Sheriff immediately teleerranh- Seal Brand ed Iot m particulars, asking for best that can tne name of the man killed, who did the killing and also the name of the two witnesses and in reply received the following: "Q. D. Bunch holds Jim Colton at Searchlight for killing waiter ueaka. Jb'red CoJton unber arrest for attempting to kill James Tadell. Witnesses Martin Conaway John Shire and A. S. Thomnson and EJ Foster-signed W. G. Lovey. departed for Salt Lake Tuesday Sheriff Freudenthal immediately morning. After a short stay there wired ' D- Bunch, giving him full they will goto Reno to attend the J auUority aa Deputy Sheriff to brintr Silver Party State Convention. Jim Colton, Fred Colton together w-v v v . witb Conaway, Foster and Tadell as o to .1!! V18, T than Ittne-". to Llamar where the pre- i h 0 Ti11-!' thepa lamination will be held aB ?""ilt" vf a 1 which will be ii " rz " ir: next Tuy or weduesduy A. 0. Lee and wife were up from ranaca on Saturday evening in at- i j . . . . . WUU.HOB a me surprise party on Hon. Judge Talbot. Whitehead, Miles k Co, have Chas. & Sanborn's Coffee" which is the be bought for any money. Lhas.Konnow and wife. Mrs. B. F. Moaher, and Clara Lee of Pana- ca came up on Saturday to attend the party given in honor of Judge jLaioor mi tJ aj j. uu iar we nave neara no men tion or the matter but it will need to be disposed of. Those who favor ed the matter two years ago have said nothing about it since. Per haps the building of the Utah & Pacifio in this direction will create renewed interest in the subject. PANACA POINTS. We have had plenty of fresh fruit irom Dixie last week. Miss Liizzie Hansen has gone to Bennett Springs for a short stay. A refreshing showe of rain paid us a welcome visit last evening. we all were subject to the past six weeks. The travel on the stage line since the first of July has been unprece dented; the stages being loaded both ways every trip. Senator Den , ton at this rate will soon rival the old time stage man. hreiff H. E. Freudenthal and wife departed yesterday by private conveyance for Salt Lake City. Mr. Freudenthal will go from there to Beno to attend the Silver Dartv Stnr Convention which convenes in that town on the 8th. day of September. The Silver Party have made a call for a Convention and also for Primaries to elect delegates to the Convention. The Primaries are to be held on the 16th of September and the Convention at DeLamar. at tne ocnaeier Urandon the 2Gth. of September when a full ticket will be nominated. Politics have not taken on a very bright hue yet. It s eems tha t a ma jority of the would-be-offi e-seokers are undecided yet what ticket they areoomming out on. Don't wait. genuemen, tne itecord is open to the announcement and will put the same in ror the small sum of five dol lars. The Sheriff sold at Publio Auction at the front door of the Court House on last Thursday, under an execu- DiBtrict Attorney MeNamee will con duct the examination on the part of the State. John Wedge left last Wednesday ces tr'atis. ror minora. John is now our town freighter. TiTl T L TTt miss uenei xinuiey lias a new bicicle upon which ahe rides very graceiuny. A large portion of our population went to Eagle Valley for a picnic, ana naa a general good time. Jfrofessor Wilcox and Edwards are now playing "Home sweet Home" with their axes in the cord- wood. IT l.il A 1 . ' truuieui a goou iu uorse power engine rigged to work a derrick hoist. Apply to Lincoln County Water Storage and Improvement uo. the Bachelors, but for goodness sake dontsoy I told you, as they impose the utmost confidence in my honor, why were it not for the fact that women do not vote.one would have thought that Gov and Mac and even Harry were convassing for votes from the earnestness of their countenance when in conversation with the ladies However all of the 25ft or more souls were unanimous in their ver dict, that all hud a most excellent time, and we all join in wishing we may have many more, and in extend ing thanks to all who contributed to the success of the affair, especially the niucisions who gave their servi- A Pleasant Party. The grain crop ia almost harves- toH iar A ann 4 lw. nMMAU. Last Saturday evening the quiet home from their work with a smile uiu wu Dl 1-loCIiS WAR nwnkanoH on their faces as long as Nephi Wads- worths fiddle. We suppose the extra good result of their harvest causes the smile. ml- . . i a us reservoir scneme is causing considerable energy to be manifest ed among our citizens. The dam i ai iwuutt v aiiey nas oeen se cured and a company known as the Lincoln County Water Storage and Improvement Co. has been organiz ed and incorporated with a capital oi fZd.UUO divided into 5000 shares. Each share is estimated to water an acre of ground in and around here. The Company will loose no time in at the door with a cenialhand nhL- getting the dam completed and in 1 ana alter a few appropriate remarks anoiDer Jear -ranaca will afford all went down to Thompson's Hall, goo1 kmea for double its present me large reidenoe of Mr. Diokle's PP"iaon which was a mass of flowers and light , being too small to accomodate I Justice's Conrt the crowd many of whom came from The attention of His Honor Judge veiumar, ranaca and outside places, nartung was taken up Monday even from its leathergic slumber in a mun- ner ost plmeasant and unique. At 8:30 o'clock about 90 persons assem bled at the residence of Dr. J.D.Cam pbell on Lacour St. and from there went in a body to the residence of F . W. Dickie, where the Hon. G. F. Talbot resides when holding court here, and tended him one of the most pleasant parties ever given in the town of Pioohe. The party was uuder the direct au spices of. the Pioche Brass Band as sisted by Mr. Dickie and the Orches tra. The Judge treated eanli rriiAaf. and dancing was indulged in until the hour of 12 when all returned to a dainty collation provided by the ladies of Pioche, a recitation was the rendered by little Lena Kelley and theremainder of the evening tion issued out of the District Court Pased with music and singing in iavor or tbe Nesbitt Bro'a nrt against A. Borth, an undivided one fourth interest in the Broken Hatchet mine and an undivided one fourth interest in the Fraction mine to George Nesbitt for the sum of $526. 00. Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the umtik -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, habitual con stipation and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-day 10, 25, 50 cents. Sold and guaran tied to cure by all druggists. AU returned home hoping the Judge would be with us many times in the future. The weather report issued from the Carson office on the 23rd. inst. for the week ending August 16th. says of Lincoln County: North portion-first part very warm with some heavy looal rains, which damaged crops badly in the vicinity of Hiko. Range improved where rains occurred. South portion very warm days and nights. Thrashing stopped on account of hot weather. Melons, peaches, plum. and grapes are getting ripe. Good local rains on Friday afternoon. ing in the case of Anton Smith vs John Franks. Smith sued Franks for labor performed and . was repre sented by the "Diamond in the Rough" Ben Sanders while Sawyer k Sawyer looked after Mr. Frank's in terest. The case was tried without a jury and occupied some ,two hours. After listening to the argument of Counsel the Judge took the matter under advisement. FAREWELL PARTY. The social event of the season was the farewell party given Milton L, Lee lost avening, who departs next Saturday ou a mission to the Nether lands. The people of Panaca had by an extra exertion put the roof and the floor down in the new social hall and had it in readiness for the occa sion. The party Was arranged for by the Mutual Improvement Association oi Panaca and durin the week ingvi- CURLED HORSEHAIR. The Greatest Amount of It Ia Ob tained from Sonth America. South America furnishes the greatest amount and best quality of curled horse bair, usied for filling mattresses and stuffing furniture. On tlie wide pnmpa many thousands of horses are bred es pecially for (he hair of their nmnes nnd tails. These, between the round-uns. which sometimes do not occur in three or four seasons, crow to creat lensrth. but owing to th lack of care and the state of the "camps," as the open coun try is called, the hair Is usually fancied lu what seems an inextricable mess. All over the camps crrow manv kinds nf burrs and thistles, and the animals ns they graze, or roll themselves about be come covered with them. Their coats are naturally rough, the hair growing in an uneven, shnggy way. Stuck all over with burrs and with mane and tail matted into nearly unwieldy masses, the poor creatures present a comical appearance. After they are shorn they seem to delight In the freedom of cropped necks and short tails. The hair when cut off is freed from dirt and roughness of all kinds and wound into ropes, by which means it is made curly. It sells for 38 or 48 cents a pound. The longest strands are kent separated, and used for horse hair fur niture, cloths, etc. The Ft rat Opera Glaaaea. The single opera glass was first nserl in the time of Louis XIV.; it became the rage and everybody used one. The double opera glass (Jjumelle) was in vented in 1825, but did not at 6rst find favor with women. A, treatise was writ ten in the early part of this century on Part de lorgner, in which it was shown that a woman with fine arms would hold the glass with both hands, if she were blessed with fine hands she would take off her gloves, if her neck were long she would recline back in her chair, and so on. It was quite a u cause on coquetry. The NewCollara ana Stocks. The day for very fluffy collar decora tions has closed, and the new neck finish is a narrow frill of lace or net across tbe back, only with two rosettes of the same crushed against the collar. The latter is a plain band on a woolen gown, and often the same on a silk one, with a row of trimming at the top. Thin materials have a collar of the some goods in small tucks, and ribbon is folded in smooth rows, not loosely crushed as of yore. Collars are com fortably high, and white linen ones are worn with shirt waists of all kinds and with tailored gwns. Stocks of silk or satin have a smooth band with a bias piece from each side of the back tied in a neat bow in front or arranged in a long knot, but these are for the plainest gowns or waists, tontr n?t. mull on.l China silk scarfs are worn in place of '- arouna ine necK, and bowed in front with ends to the waist line. Ladies' Home Journal. Tlie Largest Line of In the County Wertheimer & Co. D. L Tbe State ef Werada geada Oreetlas la t. Peck and the Pbeonii Redaction Company a corporation. Io are liereb required to appear la an action eommeaoel agniuat yon aa defendant by Jamea T. Atklna aa plaintiff, in the fourth Judical Dlatilct court oi the State of Nevada, Lincoln county, at the town of Pi che, and anawer tha complaint therein. vh:.:h ia on Ala wlih the Clerk ot aald court within ten daya after tbe aerrice on you of thla Summona (eicluaire ot tula day of eerrlre on aald counta. or twenty day if aerred out of aald oouuty, but within thia District, and in all other cuea furty daya. or judgement by default will ba taken againat you, according to tha prayer of aald compiaiut. The said action ia brought to; r. cover judgment againat you. the aald dtfendaute for the mm of Nineteen Hundred and Maty dollara. and to for.. cloaa a lien for said amount upon that certain Quarts mm anu neoucuon worke. and the appunlnancea toaliuUe in tha town of BulUunville in laid county of Lincoln and known aa and called the BuIlionvUla mill and Reduction Work aa mora fully appear by the complaint la Mid action on Ale in the offl,-. of aaid Clerk of Hid court. And yon are hereby notiflid that if you fail to appear and anawer the aald conplilnt aa above required, the aald plaintiff wm appear to aaid court for the Bullet demanded in aaid compltiut. """'ony wn;re3i I Geo. 8. Bawycr have aerem.to 11 t id j hiul thia Sth. dy of August, "Lead In Everything" John Shier s Drug Store Carries a Foil Line of FRESH NEW DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES. and Prescriptions Toilet Articles Carefully compounded at hours of the day or night. all And Sundries Description. of Every De. JOHN SIIIEI?, Proprietor, Upper Main Street, DeLamar. h. tUS OhO. J. San TLB Attorn, y foi caid Plaintiff. Land Notice U N SI ItllffllUI! . ---a r, aim, aiBtMJi. 1 MJ MUa. If To Whom It May Concern: Si'ATK LAND OmtJE, Oaraou City, Nevada Jan. 27th 1898 Notice la hereby givtn that the State of N. nuder the Act of Oongremi app oveU June 16, 1880 I., maw. joip, nas nua in tue Uultmi Btatce Laud 0. at Caraou Oily, Nevada. L at No. K,s at selected uuJer aald Act, and has apoDi-d for a pat. ent for aaid l.nda; that a part of laid lint in open to .uepnuiioiorinpection, and aeon? thereof h. i ""f""' uu-uiTieiuuB, naa oeen poeted In aeon, venient place In aaid United States iaud Offloe for the inspection of. all peraoua intereaied and th public generally. Within the next elity daya followinu the dta nf thla notice protosta aminat the claim ot aald State of deveda to auy tract or aub division deacrtbod lu the lilt, on the ground that the eome ia more valu able for mineral than agricultural purpoaea. will be received and noted by tha Kegiater and Heoelver of the United States Land Office at Carson City, Nev. ada, for report to tho Oeniral Land Office at Wash ington, D. 0. The followiog are the no.divUlora described, to wit: B. K. M of N. W. 4 and W. H of 8. W. !, gee. a. T 6 . K. ill B. M.D. B, ft M. 120 acres. A. O. PRATT State Land ReglBter of the btate of Nevada. Date of ftrBt Iiiserilim February 3rd 1808. TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca, and Working through to DeLa-1 mar. Open to Public Service. Piocbe Office at Henry Eiler's Panaca Office at J. Q. Brown's you surrender to our store and our methods of sale, you only improve your comfort it's an honorable surrender. It simply means buy ing your goods at the lowest possi ble prices securing the qualities that you prefer, but at prices that it requires no effort to pay. Mak ing a tet t of the matter through the midsummer and autumn months will only convince you of the truth of our assertion. : Whitehead, Miles and Co. II IT BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Nevada Logding a House, A. Tn.n. an.-.,. 'eawO Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly conSdentlal. Handbook on Patent sent free. Oldest aaency for securing patents. Patents taken throned Mutin A Co. receive special notks, without charge, in the Scientific finurican. 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Trains leave Salt Lake at 8.45 a. m. and 7.40 p. ni. daily. For pamphlets descriptive of the -ureat Salt .bake ltoute, write F. A. Wadleigh, General Passenger Agetit, Salt Lake City. Raw. Bertha Oh, you shouldn't hate Mr. Brown. He said an afi.n sweet thinr about von thn nth- Edith And that's WhV T Tints Mrr. A man never eomnliment a i..nmo. her personal appenrance unless she is positively homely or he think she isn't half baked. Boston Transcript. V. A A. M. ST. JOHN'S LODGE NO. 18. MEETS THE FOFRTH SATURDAY In eaoh month at odd Fellows Hall, on Main ireei. ah Tisiiiiit urothirw in nood S. HODOWALL Ki'oretsry. H. W. MILKS. W. M. !.. L. B,U DhN, Proprietress i.r..',u-ir' VTlWI.y Furnished throughout with clean , comfoi table beds, f urn if li ne the be.t place at which I to si enre comfortable' quart rs. or fc.-MrJf7 MAIN STREET, DELAMAR, Dan Mandich, AT THK Main St., STORE, DeLamar. F. R. McNAMEE, Attorney and Oounsiellor nt aZsaw, Dei-amah, KVAQA Land Notice. To Whom It May Concern: STATE LAUD OFFI0K, Carson City, Ntv., Apr M 1898. Notice is hereby given that the Stite of Nevada under the Aot of Congress approved Jane 16, 1880 I'll State. 287) . has filed in the United States Land Office at Carson City. evade. List No 3U9 of lands selected uuder aald Act. and baa applied for a pat ent for said land; that a part of (aid list la open to the public for inspection, and a c py thereof, by descriptive aub-dlvislons has been poated In a con. venient place in aald United tate Land Office f . the In i pec tion of all p.rsona interested and the public generally. Within the next sixty days following U dte of ..uiV. . ,Z ",roon"' (ftnt the claim of aaid (Mate of Nevada to any tra.-t or a b division deacribpd in the list, on tbe ground that tl . ,.me ia more valuable for mineral th.u agricultural pur posea. will be rece.ved snj not, d by t,n Keglsfr and Becelverof the United 8tat'I.,ni Office at Co, . City. evad.. report , ,fc, aTt," Land Office at Hethingtoa, i, o. The following are the eub.ili.iun described to wit: SODA WATER, ALL. FRUIT FLAVORS Keeps constantly on hand OllANQES, LIMES and other FRK.-H FRUITS,' with the Finest Assortment of 0I1OIOK CONFECTIONERY to be found In town. - A Choice Line of TOBACCO and CIGAHtt. Hans Olsen's The Only FiMt-Claes Resort in DeLatnar. The best cf WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Passed over the Bar. Connected with this is a Cool and pleasant . CLUB ROOM. where patrons will always ba uiaue 10 leei at home. V. 11 8. W. U nf R W U a... : -. b i . 2 e. a. ea r . B. M. to acres. A.O. PBATT, iw B,t La" Roister of the Stale of Nevada. Data of ant Insertion May 1Mb, lsog. Dick's . Hostaurant. Furnishes the BEST BOARD to be had in tow ti A private dining room, with en trance from Main St., has just been added for the convenience of ladiet and other guests 1 MAIN STRKET. DELAMAR