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Pioche Weekly Record
THURSDAY OCT. 21st. l'JS7. PUBLiSBtU tlUI THI UCII BI Record Publuhing Company, OrriOE: aUSOSIO BUILD1NO. LAOOUB tJTKEJCT. Terms: Uubeorlptloa. Une Year, by Mail..., 8lx Months, ... 14 00 1 on Advertising rates furnished upon eppltration at the office. tnterad at the PoeUlnca at Pin-bo, Nevada, eoond-Glaee natter. Oommnnleati mi an solicited, but the paper mill not ba responsible (or the oplolona of lt corrr spondsnt. Delivered by Carrier at 50 rents ; Month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Jobn Lyneh uml k in town vesterdnv. I olii, wi re County Recorder Turner went to DeLamnr on Monday. Colds prevail gener illy ih a result of lnwt week's cold simp. Charley Lytic drove tho I'rmne jimil in yeHterday, his firn( visit to town this year. J. B. Wheeler oxeetn shortly to move in from Highland with liin family for the Winter Henson. W. E. Unruly eainii iu yeHterday from Deerlodge district to attend business connected with tlm ap proaching sitting of court. The whole courthouse has been cleaned nnd put in presentable filiate for the approaching Bitting of the District court which opens on the 29th. inst. The Oregon SJiort Line is inteud ing to put in a large Bteani sheep sheeringplant at Milford next spring with a capacity of 175,000 sheep. Milford Index. Operations at Frisco Utah, are go irg right along and nothing much is said of them on the outside. The Milford Index says the Horn Silver Company has over 200 men on its payrolls. The remains of W. M. Davidson have been femoved from DeLamar to Pioche. They were brought in on Saturday in charge of Mr. Jacobson, and were interred in the public cem etery here on Sunday. One report concerning John Sher idan is that he was seen last by a teamster on the morning of his dis appearance, about a mile east of town. That he had a cauteon with him -and was walking out on the Panaca road. The Jackson House at Eureka has been purchased with all its fixtures by Mrs. Julia Brown, who with her son Martia Brown will undertake the management of the property. Mr. Jackson expects to move his family to San Francisco. The latest prize ring gossip is that Corbett has offered Fitsimmons $15, 000 spot cash to give him n return fight, and that Fitz has decided to accomodate him and havo the fight in Carson City on the same historical platform that witnessed the other dispute. Appeal. The grand jury called for the sit ting of court willcon vene a week from tomorrow. Until after their work is done it will not be known definitely how much, if any, of a trial jury will be needed. It is expected that two or three indictments will bo found on the criminal charges which will be presented to the grand jury. Thursday night ushered in n steady twelve hour rain. The latter part of the storm left the mountain tops to the north, well covered with snow, not deep enough however to drive the cattle down to the winter ranges. By Monday the cold had moderated and the weather was again pleasnnt. The chances are good for it to remain so for a month or more. Milford now has a newspaper. The Index made its first appearance last Saturday and is on our exchange list. We are glad of this as this section can now keep informed of current events at its railroad tor minus. Important occurrences fre quently take place there of which we have no news until too late to be of interest. C. W. Cook is business manager, and B. W. Bice, editor of the new sheet. We wish them sue cess. At Ely, la.t week, Louis Garnter eaux was indicted for the murder of Nora Ahern at Eberhardt, last May It will be remembered that the body of the woman was found after she had been missing nearly a week, nnd that Qurntereaux was the last person known to have seen her alive. J.C llodgers was also indicted for man slaughter in killing "Happy Jack" nt Cherry Creek three weeks ago. Both cases were set for trial on the 18th. inst. Judge Cheney, of lteno, opened court but Judge Talbot will perside at the juiy trials. Wh i Affct-j With r-c'.Tu m IV.. m;r, Jihn Chertia) WanUeis Away and ir. Thcur.lit to Have Perished. Nothing lias been Bien or heard John Sheridan since a week ayu S.i..; Tuesday. He was seen ! .Main St. about 10 o'clock tuul . ning by ; friend, entering a business Iioukt. He had been on a protracted sprei for about ten dayg, and was luimriiig under a fear that he was being hunt ed out, and was in danger of beinr killed. He belived his house to b -occupied by strange people and fW several days before being tnis.-M.-d, was constantly talking of it. Sheridan has had similar nttacl s in years past. While affected lit! was usually quiet yet extremely ner vous. At no time Ins lie created u belief among his fucllds that I t; would attempt to end his existence. When first missed it was supposed he had quietly gone to the house of I some friend, or other quiet place to I sober up, so that for several d.-iy ! his absence ;,.: 1 ' ' -i- qiiicy or comment. When inquiries failed to locate him general search was made; every place in town where lie could possibly be, being inspect ed, while friends M.'il. out In High land, to the Smelter, and to other places where it whs thought he might have gnue. .No trace of the missing man cynld be found however. Tho fact that ho has not been heard from on any of the roads leading out of town, to Milford, DeLumar or other places; that be lias not been seen at anv of tho surronndmir valleys. where lie would be obliged to ask for food, etc., indicates that bo has not walked out of tho country, but strengthens the belief that he has perished, voluntarily or otherwise. 1'en davs absence leads to no other onclusioii but that his remains lie at no great distance from town. SUICIDED. Geo. C. Warren Ends His Existencs at Ur.jy, Colo' By Taking Laudanum. Last Friday's papers contained a brief note to the effect that Geo. 15. Warren had taken laudanum at Uray Colo, nnd that it was doubtful if he could recover. Advices received here by letter since, state that ho died from the effect of the drug and was buried a week ago today. Up to last Spring, deceased had been u resident of this section lor upwards of 25 years, and was well known, having grown children here nd at DeLamar. At Uray he was engaged in tho hotel and s tloou bus- ness and was reported to be doing well of late. His motive for ending his existence is not known, unless it was occasioned by general disgust at a long strain of apparent bad luck though since tho death of his wife here two years ago he has frequently expressed himself to tho effect that ho did not euro to live. Stateline. News from this district have not been very encouraging of late. Several parties moved in from there this week for the winter. Thev re port matters as being very quiet. No rich or extonsive bodies of ore have been found in any of. the mines et several claimscontain very prom ising stringers of good ore. If the district possessed some means where by claim owners could convert their ore into cash it would assits more than anything elso in the early open- ug of the mines. Tho question of building a mill has been discussed a number of times. Tho probabilities are that a small affair will soon be put up. The Milford Index says: State- line is going to have n mill after all, and have it before cold weather. Frank Knight came in today to the Hub and is authority for tho news that he is nrranging to put in n three stamp mill on his Creole property and run two this winter. The plant will be constructed so that additions can easily be kept on, and no doubt the scheme will bo a success. A three stamp mill costs in the neigh borhood of $500.00 in Salt Lake city and one hundred dollars will pay the freight and team charge for lay ing it down in Stateline. This plant should run three tons of their ore daily at a profit of thirty or forty dollars. Taxes. Taxes for this year are not pavahle before the first Monday in Novem - ber. Treasurer Dooley however has been well occupied this week writing receipts in advance for those who are anxious to have the tax weight on their minds. The law permitting taxes to be j paid in two installments does not take effect until next year. Stephen J. F'ield has tendered his resignation as a member of the Uni ted States Supreme court, to take ef fect on the first of December. Pres ident McKinley has accepted the resignation. On the first of De cember Justice Field will have served over thirty four and a half years, a period longer than any Justice has served since the court was created. Be was appointed by President Lin coln and took his seat on the Sup reme Bench on the 30th of March 1663. FROM DeLAMAR. E, D. Turner i-i no stttioned at the water and telephone office. (iruin is scarce. A. S. Thomp son shipped five tons Ironj P.ochelo Wcrtbeiuicr & Co, this wee. China Dick claims to be doing a losing business and it is reported his rest lira nt will close on the 1st. If a few more of the present board ing houses close up; and the cash system is adoped; there ought to be money for the few that remain. The upper door of the Jubilee block on Main St., after consider able talk, is to be fitted up for loilge purposes and will be used by the Masonic Order. The whist club, organized three v. ( v ks ago is steadily increasing in r.:einbership. It is designed to furnish much needed recreation und iimiseinent for the long winter eve nings now rapidly approaching. The business men's Protective As sociation has completed its organiza tion. The bilking fraternity will now have a harder row to boo than formerly. The move is bound to re result profitably to the businessmen. Doc Meek, nt tho Palace drug store, has recently added to his stock of tine cigars. He is rapidly establishing u reputation for keep ing the best cigar to be found in town und lovers of tho weed know tliis. Last Saturday, A. M. Scott a miner while climbing the ladder in a winze, in the DeLamar mine lost his hold and fell a distance of 2G feet. He was in luck however, for he came out with only a few brusises and a good shaking up. John Shier will shorly remove his drug store and the post office into the building on Main St formerly oc cupied by Wm. Bassett. This is more centrally located and commo dious than the present quarters and the move will be appreciated by the post-office patro-'s, and they embrace by far the larger part of our popula tion. John Williams sustained injury to his shoulder last Wednesday from a fulling piece of rock in the DeLamar mine. The accident occurred iu the old caved ground, where pieces oc casionally full, and workmen ore cautioned to be on the lookout. Williams has one arm in a sling now but will shortly be able to resume work again. TheCulverwell Bros, expect to start their sawmill today. It has been moved three miles and nearly a mil lion feet of logs are ready for the saw The product goes almost exclusive ly into the mines. It looks as though the local timber supply will be insuf ficient to meet the demands of the mines for timbering, before the mines become exhausted. The Masonic Lodge here St Johns No. 18 are preparing for an en joyable evening next Saturday. Work in the third degree will take place and after it is over the junior members of the order propose a banquet to the brethern and their feminine relatives aud friends. The banquet will be spread in tho Palmer dining room. A number of members from Pioche and other outside points are expected to at tend. Now that the townsite case is set tled for even iu .paso of an appeal the townpeople do not expoct a dif ferent decision will the question of a larger town hall be brought up again. The smallness of the present building is made more and more ap parent with each public gathering. Our town has taken on a steady gait of late nnd the future can bo pretty well determined. A building of the right kind and in the right place would be a paying institution in more ways than one. Mrs. Will Clark is steadily im proving and is now able to sit up every day. W. S. Godbe is improving from his recent attack of illness aud is able to be out again. Henry Welland greeted an addi tion to his household last Sunday in the shape of another boy heir. Moth er and child both doing well. The peddlers, Fogel and Gross, gave the town a call this week but failed to reap a harvest. After wait ing two days for customers they pul led out for better fields. Our town merchants can furnish goods just as cheap. LEVI -STRAUSS & CO. FACTORY-SAN FRANCISC0-CAL. COPPER RIVETED TRACK 1 1 1,I W J OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS. EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. EMPLOY OVER 3SO OIRLO. The mill at the Summit is rapidly hearing completion. It is being boarded up aud made ready for cold weather. J A man named William Smith fell into the feeder of a threshing ma chine near Dayton, Lyon county, the other day. A fellow workman sue- ceeded in extricating him, but not until Smith's left arm and leg were torn to shreds. There is a good deal of inquiry about the stage lines hereabouts made with a view to bidding for mail con tracts on the adversement of the government now out for that pur pose. Those who are operating the lines mauifect little interest however which is a very good sign that the lines don't pay. The Examiner is getting up a race at Ingleside for Thanksgiving day, with horses all ridden by female jockies. The Appeal says that Ne vada can furnish four good ones who w ould take mounts iu such a race. NEW TO-DAY. Probate Notice. i n tub nraruicr OHitr o? Jiltll M lt -trice of Mi SUte of THP FQCBTH fr the County of Lii.. Jin. In tht mat tr uf ill E.tHe Onler to show caum Why Order of Hale of It si Entitle Should N t Ho Ma J. Eliz Law m, Pec e l. It appntririR to te Jito of F t'l urt by the petition till-day prencnUd an 1 file, by John O. Gelubert, the Aduilnidtrator ti (heotrte of Eliza LawHon, il' craned, praytag for an ordnr of mU of leal estate, that It if necessary to Bell the whole of the real tate, to pay the dehtj and eMp onsen of a mluUti-ation. It U therefore order- d by the Jud9 of aai 1 tfourt that all persona indTt B'cd In the estate of paid de ceaHfd, appear b-fin tae na.d District Ojurc of the Fourth J.idctal District on Aitnrriay tho 3iMh day of Oetobfr, A. D . IU7 at one ''clock in the aftwr Doftn of said dsy, at the Court room uf said DUtrlct Court, at the towu of P'oche, iu aa'd Oouu'y of Li a coin, t ) ah w cause why an ord;r should not be granted to th sail Adiuiniatr.it jr to bell th naid if alesta'e, and that a copy of this orrier be publish ed atl-ntt threa fmcct-snive w-spk a in tho Pioche Weekly Record a newspaper printed and puhliphrd in atd County , O. F. TALBOT. Dated October 12th. 1H97. District Jude. NOTICE To Holders of Certificates Against the General County Fund. Notice in ht-rt-by jilvon that there i now in the Comity TriAHury the autu "f iOii 00. for the dethfitiuu of Certincatea of Xo Jebiedne.-i aalnt (h! G ueful Fund of Liucolu County, Nt-vsda, and thit (e;ilt 1 pr p saU f r the anrivn b-r of au-.'h certificates will b, rcWred by me uutil the unt rt'i.'iiDir mi nam of t iih ura'd of rouutv c tnii-pioHfrs.to-wit : November Int. as provided In the law for the redemeption of tuch certificates, iu statutes of ltU7 at page 41. N. P. POOLFY, C unity Treasurer of Lincoln Comity, Nevada Treasurer's Ottice. Lincoln Co., Nev., Pioche, October 11,1897. Wanted-An idea g hr enw think f rente nlr. pie Protect y:ur tdvR thrv vu-,y brii Writ. JOHN WKUlMWlHIliN 1:0. tliiitK loiKiten' my bring you wealth. 4;0.. Patent Atfor. neya, Wa-ihtnuion, n. (..f r 1h;vr $l.t prlzo oi aud lift ot two Uuudrj invcutluim v.ai ifl U'ANTfcU SEVEKAL FATTHFl'l. MEN Oil WO " men to travel for responsible established houe iu Nevtda. Halnry .??HH, piywMe $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. hrtVreaco Enclose, e If -addressed w'atr.poJ- euve'ocjj The National Htar Building Chicago. JOHN SHERIDAN, I AMD SHOE MMF Flrat dour north of the ol.l Fo ow'a lug Main Street. Repairing Prcmptiy and Neatly Done "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AM) Chop -:- House On Main Sti'eet la the Best place to call when you want the P.e-t meal to be hid in Pioche, Meal Tickets 3 For SI.OO The Bakery has also Fresh Bread, -PlE8 nnd Cakes Every Day. Cooks Best like Schilling's baking powder flavoring axtracta tea colTaa aoda and apices. them keep their Helps places. for aale by Whitehead, Miles & Co., Delamar MARK, DISTRICT COURT Iu ibe Di. rt I nurt if be Fo -rib it llclt Dl". uiciulti.e va:t.f 3ft.dll. Ait -a mi for The State of Nevada ser ds Greeting to J. B. oiborne, 1. C. Kiill. J. H. Baker, Cbarlt King. Ouiitna Ponclue, O. H. Hobba, JohnDoa, aud Kichard ttoe. You are berebjr reqsirfcd to ajpa? ia an action commenced agtinat yon aa Sf.ndaata by William Wbeatlej aud F. W Dlckl at pltibtina. Id tb. Fourth J udiclal District Court uf tbs State of KfT ada. Lincoln County, at tb. town i f Hix he, and anawer the ooiupUlnt therein, vhlcli la on file with the Clrk of amid Court, vittilu ten laya after the enriceon you of thi S.iinmonii (ei;lueie of tbe day of wrriot) If aervnd in aald County, or twenty dya if .erred out of said Count), but within this Inotrtct, and In all other caaea forty ilaya, or Judg ment by default will be taken aiiainstyou, accord Inn to tbe prayer of aald compUint. Tb. aaid action la brought to recover Judirment and decree again.! you, tbe aaid defendant, quiet ing tne title 01 aaia riaintifl. to that certain miner al ground truate In woat la known aa tho Groom Mining DUtnct lu aald County of Lincoln and State of Nevada, located, recorded, known aud call ed "Willow" Mine and Minimi claim and th "Maria" mine and mining claim an extension of the "Willo" Mining claim which aaid mining claima tbe aald PUIuiiil claim to be tbe ownera and lu the possession of and to which you claim ome Interest or estate, aa la alleged, adverse to tnfiu; and debarring you from asserting auch or any adverte claim to raid mineral giound and for conta. ALd you are hereby notified that If lou fall to an. peer and answer the siij complaint aa above re quired tta aald plaintiffs will have your default en. ti red ai.d apply to aaid Court for the relief demand ed in tbe complaint in this action. In testimony whereof I, H. t. Goodrich have hereunto set my hand officially, aud affixed theaeal of said Court, this oth day of June A. I. 18S7. U. J. OOOOKICH, Clerk of the Fourih Judical District Court. Notice of Apoointment. OTK E 18 HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE CKUEB sinned was duly appointed on tbe 4tu, dy of Ju je A. D. 197 and qulift d by the Fourth Jud ical tol-trct Court ot the State of Nevada, in and "t the Cuui ty of Lincoln, aa the aluiinistratur of the Kslate of Nelfiou Olbsjo, late of aaid County aecast-d . And all po sons having claims agalnat tl.e aaid di rra-wl, must within forty aaya, alter tbe first publication of this Notice, file the same, with the DPi-ensary vouchers; with the Clerk of Bail Conrt. Any claims not ao filed shall be forever barrel. 1'ated Pioche, Nev.. Julie loth. A. D 17. W. M. DAVIDSON, Admlirrra.or of the estate of Nelson Gibson decea-ci. F. B. McNAMEE, Att'y for Administrator. Notice of Forfeiture. a. ju,i,Mt. OV ARK ll!IlLBY ; TIFihU TH-VT 1 I1AVK riri.ueii one mi linU Ii ilmrs in labor and in prov. cuts iu the c r ieopia 1 'do. situated In Crescent 1. Iui Uls.ili-t, Ciunty i f l Incolu, Htate ol Niirada, an ulil aipenr by certificate llleJ March 8th, A U. lbU7, lu the II ce of the recorder of aald oour.y, in ouler to hold ail premises under tin provisions ot necuou zi:i, Keviaed Statutes of the I lilted Btjles, b.-luR the amount req-nrert to hold thesamcf.il the yt ar en iiuff liecember aiht. Ih'.ih. and if within ninety dajs lroui the service ol thta notice nr w.thiu niin ti days after thia notice by publication) v fail or reiuse t.i o ntribute your i-riipniti' not such expeniltture art co.owiier, our interest lu said claim will become the pr icery uf ie Eu'jN iiurr uu -er saia oecilou W. A. a!i-FArtT.AKK Vaiijerbilt. San Bernatdico Couniv. Blate of uoriia, .lpru liiu, IWI. V. it. --T JOHN'h' I.OLiftK No. , IK rTS Tilr. FOI'B l 11 SA-l 1 1:1) In each iu "tit h at 'rid lelkiwa dull, on Main stiT.i'i. Ah viB'iiu, iircTl-i r- ii. (iini standiui aie ivitid to nu-n.i. W. L. SOUT", . e-f.-(r U N MYO. W. M. lOHK-'I'tlW till' A nb.KlrA. O'Jl'ilT NfcVADA, No. U OOUKT NKVAIX, No. 13. Fi KESTKR8 OF America, meets every Tuesday evenlnc at the I. O. o. F. H II Visitiits and sojouruiiiK brethren ci.r Unity invited to attend. It. W. .Miles. IIi i'i Hamikks. F 8, lOhlef llanuer. Geo. Saloon On1 Main Street, In the Le.uilmg KcBort of DoTt A MAIl. All the Leading Attractions bd J a First-Class LUNCH ( COUNTER Connected with the House, GEO. B. PETTY, Sole Propriator. Hans Olsen's SALOON The Only First-Clan Resort in DeLamar. The beat of WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Passed over the Bar. Connected wtth thtt honae Is a Cool and pleasant ClUB ROOM, whtre patron will alwavabe. made to reel at borne. s piro s . . . aloon, .. Ol'PUHITK WaTKR Ofkick, PkLamar. Dispenses the best brands of Liquors and Cigars over the br' Give me a Call. Spiro Dockleatioh. John Shier's Carrie. . Fuii Line of FRESH I- .nd PATENT Prescriptions Carefully coniuoucded at all hours of the day or night. JOHN SHIEIl. Proprietor, Upper Main Street. DeLamar D. L. Wertheimer & Co. "Lead In Everything" Come and See our Bargain Prices in all kinds of Su 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 can't refuse. In Groceries We Keep the Best No Second Class Goods, Everything Choice and we will make you prices that other can't reach. Come and See. We Want room for our Fall and Winter Stock now on the road. JAKE3 KE2SITT. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Choice Groceries, B Qlothing, Dry Goods. n Boots & Shoes, .Etc., HARDWARE, CARFiNTUS AHD MACHINISTS" TOCLS, White Stoue Front, DeLamar. Nevada. Call andSee our Latest Goods. A special line of Ladies' Shirt Waists, Silks, Satin Brocndt Skirts, Etc. A new line of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleum and Wall paper at prices lower than ever. A Full Assortment of Dont. Be Afraid to Send We will treat them just as well as we would yourselves. Examine our NEW FALL STOCK of goods before purchas ing elsewhere. Samples free. Clothe ngrs,S2.75. All Schilling k Co's Goods in Teas, Baking Powders, and Extracts. Try Tiiem! "WHITEHEAD, run Nevada Lodging House, sr. y-v tat W ' 'T v" III XT W I V r 11 rn I . t. n rl fcoiuioTiaiMe ucua.iiirutaM. i pa the beet place at which ' . J; to secure eo nif or table ' quart.m. MAIN STREET, DELAMAR. Dan Mandich, AT THK RUSSIAN STOJ.lE, Main St., - - DeLamar. D WATER, ALL FRl'ir H,AVOR Keeps coretautly on hand URANOE8, LIME8 and other FREBH FRTlTfl. with tin Finest Anaortiuf ot of OHO10K CONFKOriONERT to be found in town. A Choice Line of TOHACf'O and CIGARS. F. R. McNAMEE, Attorney inti Ooitnaollor - nt alittw, Delamar, sviOA. Drug Store EVV DRUGS MEDICIN S. Toilet Articles And Sundriet of cry Dt Detcription. mmer SS0S3Z VZ3BITT C i m 14-1 1 iaCk our Mirrors ana I UUULUIC. Extension Table?. the Children. MILES & CO, Palace Drug Store lias a Complete Stock of Fresh Drugs, Patent Medicines,, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Soaps, Brushes, Notions. Impurted and Doiueatlc Cigars and Tobacco. Lkjious for Medicinal Purposes. Physicians' PfMcnptions3'Si W. H. Meek. Dick's Restaurant. J Futnishcs the BKST liOAIil' " be hail in town A private (lining roon , vii'li " trance from Main St., hn juet added fur the convenience itt' la''if and other guestn MI NTHEET. U I-1. M A n . BENJAMIN SANDERS, Attorney and Counselopat-Law and Notary Public, DfLemar, Lincoln Co., Nivada.