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Pioche Weekly Record
THURSDAY OCT. 14th. 1087. Inuou Brut Tli MDit t Record Publishing Company, orriCk: tUBOMC HCILV1MU, LAOOl'R BTKKKT. Terms: abaartptiaa, Om Iar, hf Mail U on HU Mouth. AaWarttaini nlN furniabrd opoa application al tha offlr. atarod a tbe Poafcifrloe at Plorba. Nevada, ecoad-Olaaa matter. Ooauraoieattiaa ara aollclie.1, bat tb paper will Ml k reaponalble far the opiniuna of Ita eorre. Delivered by Carrier al 50 eent r Month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Eugene (looilricli Pettee were np from nml C'liiirlcv DcTmiiini' tenia. Mrs. Win. Whent ley unit fmiiily went to DcLniimr lust Fridnv to tsVc up tln'ir resilience there. The White Pino New-H hns cliang d management. K. H. Decker has purchRHed theinteretof Mr. Rlliott. Mrs. Tucker, of Ely, fame in on Monday to visit with her daughter Mrs. Dr. fiamphell fr a month or more. .lolin UjedfT moved thu ivinain der of the lumber tnm his old store building, on Monday, taking it to De Lamar. Don't know w hether it was it now or special brand or not, but it was evidently fighting whiskey that wns distributed in town last Sunday. MissJohanna Harrington, a sister of Mrs. Glissan, arrived from New York last Saturday and will make her home here. Now is the time to put, in your winter's wood. Cedar at $4.50 and Pine at $5.00, and up, are about the lowest rates that have prevailed here. ' J. M. Goodwin, representing the Salt Lake Tribune was with us on Tuesday, as part of a general tour of this section that ho is making for the paper. Three separate fistieuAs took place on Sunday and bandagod eves re sulted. .Had whiskey nnd a change in the weather made it appear for a time as though the whole town want ed to settle its grievances. El. Freudenthal was in from Co met district yesterday after supplies. He is working on a very promising prospect adjoining the Lyndon mine supposed to be a continuation of the same ledge. . It is silver bearing.but assays so high that it justifies work even with that metal at its present figure. T. J. Osborne has been appointed by Governor Sadlef as one of the persons to represent the State of Nev ada at the Trans-Mississippi and In ternational Exposition to be held at Omaha, Nebraska, in 1898. One of the dwelling houses and the old stable at the upper end of Chinatown, belonging to the Water Company were torn down early in the week and will be used at the Summit works. To form some amusement for the winter months it is proposed to re organize the brass band. Ten or a dozen old nlavers can be found in ay town and only a few practice meet ings would be necessary for them to discourse passable music. The papers in the northorn and western parts of the state are mak ing up slates already on state officers for next election. It is early to be gin such work. Wait till the poli tical lightning gets in its work and see some of these slates go to pieces. Messrs Lloyd, Cook, Freudenthal and Charley Thompson who formed the Clover Valley hunting party of last week, returned home Sunday night. The party hunted around the valley and for ten miles or more to the south and east, but game was avarce. The only deer secured was by Sheriff Freudenthal with his long lange gun, and he was the only one of the entire party fortunate enough to get a shot. The opinion is tha better hunting exists in the Wilson Creek range north of town. The lessess of the Lyndon mine at Comet district. Vietti-Sucetti and others, have concluded to quit work The low price of silver is the princi pal cause. They have been working quite a force since last July and have done a considerable amount of uead work. The mine shows large quau titles of COoz. ore, but this is not high enough to bear the heavy ex penne of extraction, freight and work ins charges, with silver at its pre sent price. Several cars of shipping ore will be sorted out from what has lately been extracted, and the mine will ba turned over to the owners. TRAILING OUTLAWS. Sht iff Putse's Afltr To From Justice. , T.vo nit n, MippoHed to me In -i ken jail in Idaho, and luakiug tin .r J way southward into the desert coii;i I try, have made things lively in this and White Pine County, and create J considerable uueasiiiu. to settler along their trail for the pat-'. ten iln -i. The first report of them coui s from near Cherry Creek, Wh'te Piiitt County, where, a wtck uo itst Sunday they met Will Grin- wold who had a pack horso with him The outlaws compelled him to dii- mouutand.led him off some 300 yards from the road commundig him to turn his back to them, (iris wold did os ordered, saying don't shoot mo in tliu buck". The men then transferred their saddle to his animal, helped themselves to what they wanted of his pack, and ordered him to "turn around". As io did so one of them shot him. The mllet struck Griswold in the fore- cad and he fell ns tliu;li ilful. The outlaws coviii.l I'..,.- I...''. ,'.!."; a mlt, put stones on it nnd rodo way. (triswold was not dead how ver. The bullet had glanced aIout is s'.ull, intlietiug an ugly sculp wound but nothing more. lie re amed consciousness and peering autiously from under his covering, saw the couple riding away. As ast as ho could he made his way to the tie nest ranch, reported the af fair, nnd went then to Cherry Creek. Three ni"ii, Griswold being one of the number, immediately took the ruil of the would-be murderers. The outlaws travelled southward aving Imt one horse between them. They inquired about the stages nnd re supposed to have contemplated lolding them up. At tlio Summit, in entering this nunty on the north, they slnugh- ered n calf, took part of the tlesh und eft tlio lialauco bv tlio roadside. Last Thursday night they camped at Lake Valley, on Geyser Creek, re using the hospitality of the house offered them at the Campbell ranch. At noon on Friday, Pucheco, the ninil carrier between here and Gey ser, on arriving at I'oney borings. found his horse had been stolen. The tracks of the two men were there showing who had done it. They had taken the animal from the corral and struck off westward toward John Meloy's ranch. Pncheco immediate ly sent an Indian messenger here with the news, and it was also re ported to DeLamar. Owing to rain, the White Pine pursuing party lost the trail but con cluding the pair were making for the south as fast as possible they made for DeLamar where they arrived late on Saturday night and learning then that they wero ahead of their game, started on the buck trail on Sunday. Griswold and his companions pas sed through here on Tuesday night, oil their way home, having failed to find further trnce of the men. Latest advices show the outlaws to be Crawford and Meiklo, for whose cupture a reward of $2,000. is offered for the murder of Sheriff Burns, south of Provo, two years ago. Unswold was shown their photographs while here, and imme diately identified one of them as the man who shot him. The outlaws were at Deerlodge, this connty, several weeks ago, Walked In. When within two miles of the awards station in uake v alley, one of the horses of the team which took Senator Stewart north last week died. The other horse was hitched to the end of the wagon tongue and the party made the station in tandem style. Elmer Middleton took the Senator on to Osceola. This is an incident of mountain travel to which the Senator is not altogether a stran ger however. He has been in such fixes before. Miss. Lena Clinton came up from DeLamar on Tuesday evening, the term of the Helene school being clos ed. airs. Will Ulark contiuued very low during the first days of the week but is now improving nicely and promises soon to bo out again. Deputy Sheriff Jake Johnson came up from DeLamar on Tuesday eve bringing Jos Foreman, who is held on a charge of grand larceny. The lust few days have been quite wintry. A few more such days and the foliage about town will all le gone for this season. The effect of high wbeat will be felt here this fall and winter. Flour from Utah, which baa Bold hereto fore at from $2.20 per cwt. up, it is thought will not be obtainable at less than $3.00. The telephone line between Ely and Eurekn was to have been finish last Tuesday . TIhb will place Ely in wire connection with this section. The diistaiice across the country is 120 miles but the wire route leads out through to Salt Lake, thence west to Palisade and south through Eureka, about 750 miles in all. A message from DeLamar to Ely will be handled by four different com panies aud will cost about $2.50. FROM DeLAMAR. O. C. Brown is up from Pahrana gat Valley. Head Whitehead Miles &Co's new ad this week. John Koeder has resumed on his stone store on Main St. work County Clerk Goodrich was down from the County seat several days this week and returned on Tuesday. Last Sunday evening, William Turner and Miss. Bertha Middleton were married at the residence of Mr. ami Mrs. M. Owens here. The DeLamar Company erected another water tank above the dump of tunnel No. 3. It is principally for protection in case of fire in the mine. Jim lierry is doing assessment work on the Mono claim on the north side of Lookout mountain. Claims in that direction are being generally looked after. A number of our "prominent" citi zens have received polite but from he Sheriff, to appear at the County sent on the 29th. to act as grand urors. Later on another draft will, be made, larger in number perhaps for trial jurymen. Judge Cheney has refused to grant a new trinl in the case of the April Fool Mg. Co. against T. E. Dula and others in relation to spring which suit was tried last January. The company will now appeal the case to the supreme court. Street talk has it that very rich ore has been uncovered in the deepest workings of the DeLamar mine. These reports come and go with some regularity first it is said there is nothing I elow No. 10, then again the company is said to be taken out gold bricks, and so it is. Deputy Sheriff of White Pine County, and Griswold the man whom the two outlaws attempted to kill near Cherry Creek, as related in another column this week, arrived here late on Sunday night in search of the fugitives. Here they obained fresh information and set off on the back track on Monday, determined to run the pair the cover if possible. Jos. Foreman, whom Deputy Jake Johnson brought in from Utah last week was given a preliminary hear ing before Justice Hoag last Friday on a charge of grand larceny. He was held to await action of the grand jury witn bonds at $1000. He fail ed to give them and was taken to Pioche on Tuesday. Foreman's of fense is said to have been committed while he wns running a butchor shop here last spring. He bought some cattle, but is said to taken some which he did not pay for. A GOOD PROSPECTING COUNTRY Ferguson District Looked on as a most Promising Field. It has been an acknowledged fact for years that Pioche nnd the section of country around it in nearly every direction for fifty miles or more is one of the best mineral bearing sec tion ot country, and tuat tact seems to strike every new comer who looks into the matter from a prospectors standpoint. The Salt Lake Tribune in a recent issue says: Charles Conant, who has been prospecting in Lincoln and its neigh boring counties in Nevada for sev eral months, has returned to the city and says that during his absence he saw no camp that afforded greater signs of prosperity than that of De Lamar. There is an air of content ment about the people that is rarely found at a point so far distant from the railroad, and while some complain sickness, bis opinion is that DeLa Mar is about as healthy as any camp on the map. The DeLamar mine he regards as one of the biggest the world has ever developed, while the mill is as perfect as any plant, says Mr. Conant, on which he ever laid eyes. There is considerable speulation in local circles, lie adds, concerning Capt. De La Mar's intentions with reference to the future of the April Fool. The impression at Delamar is that the purchase of the Reeves interest in the property is being fol lowed up by negotiations for the Wilson and Dooley interest, and that having acquired these, if such thing is possible, the exploration of that ground will be on a scale just as extensive as that which prevails at the Jim Crow and Monitor. Mean while the April Fool is doing very nicely, and should the Captain ac- LEVI STRAUSS & CO. FACTORY SAN FRANCISC0-CAL. COPPER RIVETED OVERALLS AND SPRING B0TT0H PANTS. EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. EMPLOY OVER 390 OIRLO. quire the remaining interest it will be at a big figure. Mr. Cocant re ports conditions steadily improving about Pioche, and says that Nevada still holds out splendid inducements to the prospector. Business Men's Protective Club. The credit system has predomina ted to such a degree in DeLamarTn all classes of business, and to such injury to the business men that an association has been formed to better the general condition of things in this regard. A general meeting was held at Judge Hoag's office last Wednesday night. Nearly all the business men of the town were present. The object sought is stated as "an effort to bring the business fraternity closer together; to improve the gen eral condition of business in provid ing a better system for the circula tion of money in place of small checks; to establish as far as possible a cash system , blackball all deadbeata and encourage a Suuday closing law.' A full set of officers were chosen and another meeting will be held soon, after which active reform work will begin. NEW TO-DAY. Probate Notice. NTHsnnr8'0P aiu-tr Of tup 1 Judli-ial IHtri't of tin JU'f of Niva.l, lor the County of Lincoln. FOURTH tn and In the matter of 1 hp Fatita Ordsr to alow rauao Why Or ler ot Sale of Real EKt.tr Sliouli N it Be Madn. Eliza Liwimu, K.'cxunl. It appearing to the Jndue of mid court by the lir tition litis day presented an 1 filed by John O. Oelttbert, the Administrator cf i he t Mate of Kline '.awson, d' ceaHeil. praying for an ordr of aile of r-al ealntx, that it ie nrceteary to sell the whole of I ho real estate, to pay the debti aud expenses of ad. lnlstranon. It is thuivlore ordered by the Jlltljn of mil cjurt that all poreoua inleres'ed in the estate of said de- ceaned, appear btf tre the said District Court of the Fonrlh Judclal District on Saturday the 30!h dav of Octobtr, A. D . 1KD7 at one "'clock In the after noon of mid day, at the Court room of said District Court, at the town of P.octae, In said County of Lin coin, to show cause why an order abould not be granted to the said Admiulstriitor t.) sell the said real eBtate, and that a copy of this order he publish ed at 1 rut Hire sncoesslvo wek hi tli Pi he Weekly RM;ord a uc wipap;-r priutod and pulil'p'n d iu said County. t X. TALBOT. Dated October Utli, 1K.I7. District Jud(.r. To Holders of Certificates Against the General County Fund. Notice ifi hTly uiveu that then it now In the County IVeamiry thu uiu ui f-HHi.OO, for the re demption of Certihcateg of luiebtednent against he General rund of Ijucolu Count v. Nevada, and thst N(jled pr p;)naU f.r the Barren lr of anch ctrtitW'te8 will h received bv me until the next regular meettnt! of the lioaxl of County Cuinmla-sitnre(to-wit : November lat.as provided iu the law r tne redemption ot unci) certfntae. iu atatutea or iHvi at pae 4'.). N. r. DOOLKY, County Treasurer of t-indlu County. Nevada TreuMuer'a OU.ce. Lincoln Co., Nev., Pioche, October 11 1S97. Wanted-An Idea 5 Who can think t Homo slmmo Protect your 1dfa. ttwr iriuy briuic you wenlth. Write JOHN WF.DDEKUUUaN ft CO., Patent Attor neys, Wartblofttnii, l. I'., for tbeir $l,ft prixo of tllllllaT to natuiiC ami iwt oi two hundred invention wanted V ANTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN OR WO men to travel for reaponHible established house tn Nevada. Nalary $7H0, payable $15 weekly d expenses. Position permanent, Keffreuce Enclose, Belf-addrettried fttatcped envelops The National Btar Building Chicago. JOHN SHERIDAN, boot m mi mm Flral door north of the Odd Fo lng Main Street. ring Promptly and Neatly Done "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Main Street Is the Host j'Wv to cull when you want the Be-t meal to be had ia Pioche, Meal Tickets 3 For 9I.OO The Bakery has also Fresh Bread Pies and Cakes Every Day. All concerned with Schil lings Best. baking powder flavoring extract coffee auda and apice make or save money. For sale by Whitehead, Miles & Co., Delamat MARK. DISTRICT COURT STJlSn-lOlTS. Id tha Duarict Court of tha Fourth Judicial Dla- trlct of tha dtata of Kevada. lthia and for Lincola County. The State of Nevada sends Greeting to J. B. Oaborne. i. t3. Rnaaell.J. H. Bakar, Charles King, Gamma Ponctne, O. H. Hob be. John Doe, and Richard Boa. Ton are hereby required to appear in an action commenced again jom aa defendanta by William Wbeatley and F. W Dickie aa plaintiff, la tha Fourth Judicial Dirtrlct Court of the State of e. ad a, Lid coin County, at the town of Pteche, and anawer the complaint therein, which la on file with tha Clerk of eaid Court, within ten daya after the aerrlee on you of thia Summona (excluatn of tha day of eerric) if ecrred In aald County, or twenty daya If aerred out of aaid County, but within tnia Kiatrict, and In all other eaaea forty daya, or Judg. ment by default will be taken agaiuat yoa, accord ing to the prayer of aaid complaint. The aaid action ia brought to recover Judgment and decree agalnat you, the aaid defendanta quiet, ing the title of aaid Plaint ffa to that certain miner al ground airaate in what ia known aa the Groom Mining District lo aaid County of Lincoln and Bute of Nevada, located, recorded, known and call ed Willow" Mine and Minln claim and tha 'Maria" mine and mining claim an extenalon of the M Willow" Mining claim which aaid mining clalma the aaid Plalutlffa claim to be the ownera and In the poaaeaalen of and 1 1 which you claim aome intent or eatate, aa la alleged, advene to them; and debarring you from aaaertlng aucb or any adverae claim to aaid mineral ground and for coats. Aid you are hereby nouAtd that If you fall to ap pear and anawer the aaid complaint aa aoove re quired th aaid plaintlffa will have your default en tered and apply lo aald Court for the relief demand ed in the complaint in thia action. , lo testimony whereof I. H. J. Goodrich have hereunto aet my hand officially and affixed theaeal of aald Court, thia 8th day of June A. D. 1897. B. J. GOODRICH, Clerk of the Fourth Judical District Court. Notice of Apoointment. VOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE UNDER A H.Hned a duly appointed on the 4tn, dy of June A. D. 18V7 and until- d by the Fourth Jud icial Dl-tret Court M the Btate of Nevada, in and fur the County of Lincoln, as the adtnlniBtrator of the Eatate of Kelaon Oibaou. late of said County aeceatted. And all pe aona having cUima agalnat the atid erane I, ruuet within foty uayn, after the first ublication of thin Notice, file the game, with the iH-cemary voucher; with the Clerk of aaid Court. ii y claime not ao filed until be ittrever barrel. lUted. floe he. Nev., June 10th. A. D IHW. W. M. DAVIDSON. Adiutnm ra'or of the estate of Neltton Gibson deceAM-i. F. R. MclSAMEiS, Att'y for Administrator. Notice of Forfeiture. To J. M. MILLER. OU ARK HKUEUV NoTlFiLi THaT 1 HAVK expeudeit One Hutidrtd l'nlihrs Iu Utor ami uiprovea ei.tH on the J;r Icupta lode, n mu.tr d In r-see in .utilufi iii.i,'t, (Jounty vf JLiucuIik SUt ot NbVmU, a will Hppcar by ct rtitkate filed Mar. h :nt a. v. it'll?, tu the otttce ut tbe recorder of Mid county, ui order to hold nid premie undtr th- irovltiions of Sfetion Hevibtd lSUtutt of the ulted HtftU'a,, betUK tne mount required to bold lie fame for tbe year ending December 31nt. ltti'ti. aud It within ninety datj from thu service ot this notice (or Within ninety days aftt-r thin notice by publication) you fall or refuse tu c mtrlhute your jrcporti ti of such expenditure at co-owner your interest in aaid claim will become the prjper y of the tutjai fiber uu, er aaid 8vtiou 'iSii. W. A. McFAKLANK. VauderbUt, Hen Bernardluo County. State of Cal if ruin, April Uth. Irli?. V. A. A. M. ST. JOHN'S LODtiE NO. 18. UtlLTH I'll a, KlU'RIll t All'liDAV in h mnuth at t'ikl FoUiwaI.U,on Main V t.i tent. All vlaiiliu' limit i r In Kuort nding are ltvUfl to attend. L. HCtHI, rr rrtarjr. It S M.YO. W. M. OOUKT Nl.VADA, No. 13 COUKT NEVADA. No. 11 li'ItESTehS OF America, tuveta every Tuesday eveuiuu al the I. O. O. V. 11 ill. Vlaltiiiit and sojourning brethren cor tially Invited to attend. ri . w , aiileb. OIK J SANDERS, r B. (Ulilel lunger. Geo. jPetty's Saloon On"Main Street, Iia the Leading Resort of DeliAMAB.. All the Leading Attractions aod First-Clue LUNCH COUNTER Oonuected with the Houae. GEO. B. PETTY, Sole Proprietor. Hans Olsen's SALOON The Only First-Ckst Roaort in DeLamar. Tha beat of WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Paaaed over the Bar. Connected with thia houHe t a Cool and pleaoant ClUB ROOM, where patrouiiwUl ilwayi be, made to fel at home. S piros... aloon, . . Orrosrr Watkh Okbu b, DeLamar. Dispenses the best brands of Liquors and Cigars over the br Give me a Call. Splro Dookleatioh. John Shier's Drug Store Carries s Full Line of FRESH NEW DRUGS sod PATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully compounded at hoars ot tha day or night. JOHN SHIER, Proprietor, Upper Main Street, DeLamar D. L. Wertheimer & Co. "Lead In Everything" Come and See our Bargain Prices in all kinds of Summer Goods and other Fabrics. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock to be found in the County. Our Stock of Shoes, Gents, Ladi and children's is com plete and we are selling at prices yo v. can't refuse. In Groceries We Keep the Best No Second Class Goods, Everything Choice and we will make you prices that See. We Want room for our Fall road. JAUIS UISBITT, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Choice Groceries, n Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Etc., HARDWARE. CARFFNTEFS AND MACHINISTS' TOOLS, White St oiio Front, Call andSee our Latest Goods. special line of Ladies' Shirt Waists. Silks, Satin Brocadt Skirts, Etc. new line of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleum and Wall paper at prices lower than ever. ' A A Full t Furniture. Assortment o Dont. Be Afraid to Send the Children. We will treat them just as well as we would yourselves. Examine our NEW7 FALL STOCK of goods hefore purchas ing elsewhere. Samples free. Clothes Wlngers,S2. 75. All Schilling A Co's Ooods in Teas, Baking Powders, and Extracts. Try Th;em! WHITEHEAD, THE! Nevada Lodging House, n yia-f jTt-1- s aja, vlwll Furnlane Mil- I.. throughontwlth clean, comfortable beda.f nratab- R t WDKN, Proprtatreia e the be't place at which ' toacenre comfortable MAIN STREET, . DELAMAR, Dan Mandich, At THK HTJSSIAN STOBE, Main St., - - DeLamar. KOD WATER, Al.l. FRl'IT FLAVORS Keepa coxatantly on hand ORANGES, LIMES and other FRESH FRC1T8, with the Klneat Aaaortmen t of OBOIOK CONFECTIONERY fob found In town. A Choice Line of TOBACCO and CIGARN F. R. McNAMEE, Attorney -xct Oounaellor - At I-J."c. DlLAMAB, IIVAOA. quarters. Toilet Articles And Sundries Description. of try De other can't reach. Come and and Winter Stock now on the 010231 KSSBITT DeLamar, Nevada. See our Mirrors ana Extension Tables. MILES & CO-, Palace Drug Store llaa a Complete Stock of Fresh Drugs, Fate at Medicmes, unemicals, Perfumeries, Soaps, Brushes, f Notions. Imported and Domeatic Cigars and Tobacco. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Physicians' Prescriptions' Oanfnllj Cimpoiiiid- ed at all ooure oi toe day and nia ht ty W. H. Meek. Dick's Restaurant. Furoiahea the BEST BOA KD to le had in town. ; A private dirjio roon , wilh en trance from Main St., haa just l'''B added lor the conveoiem e ui le'ie' and other gueata MAIN NTHEBT. DtLtintR' BENJAMIN SANDERS, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law and Notary Public, DsLiaiAR, Lincoln Co.. NfVAt.