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. TUUUSDAY. APRIL 20, 1899. j rsMlahea Imrr Ihuradar Br Record Publishing Company, OmOK: M4HON10 BOIUCINH. LAOOCR STBKKT Jkxta Pkttec, Editob and Makaoeb. Terms: aMarlpttoa, Out Taar. bj Mall 81 1 Mentha. ft 0" , 1 00 ArartUlBf nM luruii:! .P' apptctn at k oSo. (stand it taa PottnlBoa it Ploctif, araU, u rcosddwt mat Mr. Coannauloattm rt .ollcU.i, but tta. piper will oi ht mpoadbl far taa opinion. o Ua corns B aadanta. Delivered by Carrier at 60 tml per Month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Wheatling at Welland'a. Jack Castle of Hiko came in Mon day. Call on Thb Reoobd for Location notices. Call for Sample copies of the N. Y Tribune. Our thanks to Mr. McNamea for farors done. Josh Butler from Pahranagat came in Monday. D. Lehigh and Louie Frank came in Saturday. Mr. Alphian came up from DeLit mar Monday. Mr. Wertheimer, of DeLnraar, called Tuesday. uur Courthouse una n gonera cleaning out this week. Mrs. Percy Falwell, has nold her residence to Mr. Mozer. Robt. Hammond, of Eagle Valley is in on the Grand Jury. Blanks for Application for Patents on hand at Record Office. John Riohards, of Hiko, came in Tuesday to attend Court. Johnny Frank returned from Park City Friday night. Lode. John Wright and Louie Stei came in from Hiko Monday. Dr. Campbell was called to Panaca Saturday, returning on Sunday V. A. Liston, of Cliff Springs came in Tuesday, to attend Court. For first-class Job work, call on Tn Record. Our work is unXelled Sunday night water froze a quarter of an inch, after a warm summer day The influx of visitors commenced Sunday and the town is lively this week. Tbi Record nd N. Y. Tribune at eost ot Rcord. Two papers for one - price. Will Denton has accepted the po sition of Drum Major for the Pioche Brass Band. Mr. Jacobson had a hard, if not a very long fall, by the bruised face he is carrying. The Hon. Judge Talbot came in Sunday afternoon from Ely, by pri vate conveyance. Levi Syphus of Panaca, the late candidate for the assembly, was in camp on Tuesday. A. Liston of Cliff Springs, hus brought suit against Geo. Richards Jr. for killing a calf. Mrs. McNamee and family and Mrs. Jake Johnson will go over to Pioche this week. Lode. t2T The Singer Sewing Machine Add and examine. Cheap for Cash or on monthly payments. Ernest GoJbe was in town Tues day and spooks very favorably of a change for the better soon. . See our add for The Bulletin, A Grand Sunday paper, with The Re oobd, for one price of Record. From all accounts it looks as if the Hon. Judge Talbot, will be called upon to offiiciate at a wedding. New Subscribers are coming in to take advantage of our Cash Offer. ' See another column don't wait too long. Alex. Orr went to Panaca on Wed nesday, to meet Win. Lloyd. We trust he is in the full enjoyment of health. James Duffin cauie in from DeLa mur Sunday, he will leave his wife with her Mother and go on to Buf falo Hump. See! Our New York Tribune "Add" in another column. A great piper for Farmers, Miners rind the F.iiniU Oirole. New Sul6 iber-i Hie coming in to ti:;e adv -fin f uur long lint of prises, don't ileliiy. come while our Cash Offer hints." Our i.: .' .. "Subs" is taking effect, eb I'ulle uftid Tribune Ad Ik. O i ri fhktr with Th Rfccoicp for P-' J All get ready for Ui Annual Ball of the L O. O. V. Lodge, on next Wednesday evening. Jt will be th great party of the season. VGRAND BALL , V ,N H -,NOn 0? THE -OF THE- X. O. O. F. Given Un er The Auspices Gf ill. V.W LAli M I. 3, AND PIOCHE LODGE NO. 23 AT Thompson's Opera House ON Wednesday Eve. April 20, 9U . MI I'TKK OX BUCK-1 IU frank Wllam V. I. Prvwltt 4. AllulinB Jaaur. Utlaa. CUMMITlKK UK AllftANUBMKVrM. Gllbart Tararr Mlka William. Kl.OUK MANAOvlia. Joha Bwlng Dr. Campbell. LOOII DIlthCTOU. t. P. Fraudenthal. TICKETS ffil. ARBOR DAY. Govornor Sudler, has appointed April 21st. as Arbor Day, and he ear nestly recommends that said day be observed by the people of the State in the plauting of Trees and Shrubs and in adornment of public and pri vate grounds and by appropriate ex ercises and ceremonies in the Public Schools. He snys "I would further suggest that after the planting is dope, let not the main object be for gotten, "care for and cultivate" that growth and - beauty may follow." Nothing herein shall be construed as making this a legal Holiday so fur as the Courts and civil contracts are concerned. R. Sadleb, Gov. E. Howell, Secretary of State. In regard to our moving Tuesday, I would not do justice did I fail to mention Mr. Foster, of the chestnut sorrels, who did the moving uct with cure and dispatch. Any one with no team wanting their goods transferred will do well to employ hiin, careful, accomodating and reasonable. Jos. H. Griffith of Greenville, Utah lost his wife. She had been suffering with headache for so feral days, and lay down on Tuesday, passing away very suddenly. A message came to Mr, Griffith. Alex. Orr took him to Panaca to meet the stage at once. We put in a hard half day Tues day, moving. Our friends will find us on the west hill in the future. We are happy to say we hud but one difference with the proprietor aud that we received first class treatment while on the property. The citizens were favored with music by the Bund Suuduy afternoon a number being serenaded, the Ed. among the rest, thuuks Boys, come again and we will try and be better prepared to receive you. The Boys ore progressing finely. The railroad will soon be at the State line now and it is generally supposed that a new contract will be let almost immediately to run the line into Lincoln county. Lode. We had the pleasure cf u chat with Mr. O. A. Lee of Pauuca, lust Fri day, who, keeps the hotel at that place and takes care of travellers on the stage and otherwise. Sheriff ifoiinsou came in from Pa naca Friday,' accompanied by Sena tor Denton. The Sheriff hus been out two weeks calling on the Jury men to b8.?i . The beautiful lauajjISy McCaunou St. is very much admired by the cit izens aud if the moon would cloud over the fuli advantage of it would be seeu. Ch ina Dick ad his efficient as sistants are having a fine trade this week. Charlie is a great drawing card, active, gentlemanly aud effioi oient. There was quite a delegation of DeLauiarites iu attendance at the ball given by the "baud boys, also a number from the towns nearer by. Most of the trees are coming out and the older yards show good care in the green grass now well up, also the peach and plum trees are in bloom Tomorrow April '21st., is the day I appointed for Arbor Day by the Gov ernor, but he atopa there una duett 1 not make it a uo uluy. Bishop ('has. iiotiuow, wiuiiu town Tuesday. We understand tie wi i soon leave on a mission among the Scandinavians. Louie Frank was in on Sundav, bringing some hue samples of rich gold ore, we hope. Louie has struck , it rich this time. j CO U X I Y CO HUES PO X DclXl E. Cuiutiiimie ilii.ns from ; , 1 i ovir I lit ..utility -tolicite'l. I. uliiiui. ... uf general iutnital Alt -MciU.il, out ti.. paper will not b rsapooai i'le for tha opimooi of it oorreapoadeoU. Addraat all communication! to THE RECORD. Pioohe, Nevada. Panaca, by -Dick". Wears still having dry weather and plenty of it. Sickness .among the children still continues, although there have been no serious results of late. Rice Bros, are building another house back of their store, for juit what purpose we are unable to lUU. Some of the citizena.have started the erection of a Hall, on the weal aide of the Publio Square, for the Relief Society. Sheriff Johnson, came in Thurs day night and left next morning for Eagle and Spring Valley, ha was around inviting some of the boys to go and act as jurors for this term of Court which convenes the 18th. Bishop C. 0. Bonnow returned home from Salt Lake last week, where he has been attending Confer ence, and while there, was called to go on a mission to Denmark, for which plaoe he intends departing about the 20th of May. find. BRASS BAND BALL. Suocessful-Grand Ball given by the Boys last evening, was a notable success in every respect. A large and brilliant attendance of lovely ladies, gowned to the Queen's taste, gentlemen to match and the music fine. The full Band played the Grand March and several round dances, in good time and metre. We would like to have given a de scription of some of the handsome gowns of ladies who graced the oc casion, but, Fire, Grand Jury and all coming on the morning of issue, we can only do the best we can in the timo given us and congratulate the Boys for carrying out the ar raugements bo completely. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. At half past one this morning the fearful alarm bell struck iu quick succession its clanging tees and broke in on the revelry by night dunce of the Band. In a moment every oue was out to see fire rolling over the hill, evidently the Mill was on fire, this settled the dunce and a large number of dancers, including many ladies in their bull dresses forged to the top of the hill, to view the destruction. We old folks who hud loft the dance and retired, were soon dressed and climbing the hill. When we arrived, not much of the upper purt of tho building, except joist and rafters were left. Nothing could be done and we stood iu groups watching the building fall to pieces, from the safe distance of probubly 1000 feet. It was a grand sight, the flumes roaring through the remains of the vast building and rising high in the air. It will be a great loss to this district as it was the only mill in operation. m - INSULTED BY SPANIARDS. Dons at Seville Hiss Madame Emma Nevada. London, April lti. Tho Paris corre spondent of the Daily Mail, recount ing an interview with Madame Em ina Nevada, the first American oper- fttio singer who has visited Spaiu since the war, says; "Madame Nev ada's managers hud arranged an operatic tour, but on the first night, at Sovillo, though the house was bought up, the curtain rose on emp ty seats. Tho play was 'Lucia di Lammermoor." Iu the second ao4 all the elite arrived together, but turned their bucks to the stasre and talked ostentatiously uutil the end of the opera, when, on returuiiiff to acknowledge a burst of applause, Nevada was roundly hissed. "At Madrid, the Queen Regent was miormed of the occurrence Her Majesty invited Nevada to a soi ree at the palace and presented to ner a diamond and sapphire brace let. Nevada arrived here iu a state of the greatest indignation. George Fetterman came in from De Lamar Monday, doing the Editor a favor, for which we are very thank ful. -g -V'X "IS ml lM Bl-8tl "od T.V3--W am .... , "1 I' q jo oi fm jS g Mitliil auau-qsn Si u u tra fc a oiiM aoaamon v m com Sin I -all tat wlaa SI . ; rln0qy pa ftaitnoiHO-f s,ip S .... "" l twim-i (in! Xpa-i - -fdOa C JOI OS BUM jn ln.A. M-ni l uoiiu ,,uii alola.noi ! io ; uaiai .aaiairf . . .... VTI 1- I 1 ' (..fiiuwOTi y si aNizvovw .S3ian v snnreosra mm A" m tiBtn sw ims-v mC I VJlW 1. THE PAMCA CO-OP A FULL LENTS OF Fancy Dress Goods Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Groceries & Provisions, IHI&y, (fipain & Flour A free corral with a good camphouse. C. P. KONNOW.HMGK. Panaca - Nevada. John Shier's Drug Store Carrie. . Full Li. of FRESH NEW DRUGS .od PATENT iMEDICINES. Prescriptions Carefully compounded at all hours of the day or oight. The New YorkWeekly Tribune, BOTH One Year for $4.00 Tlir II V WCCIt'l V TCIQIIVC al '"Kc"ltural Department of tie lllL Kl ll IILlM I llllDUrtLh;gW,m' it, 11 import an. news nfthu Na tion nnd World, comp ehauiivo and wliible market reports, able editorials, interesting sa rt fit ri s, b iuut fio a.jd mechanical information, illustrated fashion artiola, humorous p otut'es aai is- instructive tint entattaining to every member of every family. lllL fl 1 1 U J l U ll39 touch with your inMibon ur.d f -.inii oa'h;! farm .u the village, informs you as to lo:al pvitvs for fr:u products- tie omditioi of oropi and prospects ir t c yr. ai d a ij-iLt, newsy, wtkou.e ; nu Jndi--penslble weekly Tin tir t yovr horn tt-t ft i t'eucl all sub-sent. Oits t. ( ,. , , Q , ' 'I belotijr to t-liiss of woaieu to whom tho flag is ospeoially near nii.l doar. All day it waves over the roofs of our little homes on the far frontier and at sundown tho vustlos of its folds, mingled with tho notosof 'The Star Spangled Banner,' is the lulla by of our bnbuis. We kuow th;it it will be the winding sheet of those dourest to ns. Since the word San tiago has been written in our hearts I see yet more iu this flag in its red the blood of our martyrs; in the white, the paluuusa of their usheu faces; in the blue the lips set with the word 'Freedom' and in the stars, the souls that shine on forever." N. Y. Press. SEiHaciEnoLLiR". dimi, mtfoon ui4 onftcb rB; Oent' Look-Here for John Frank's Add. text Week- First class Job work at Record Office. Toilet Articles And Sundries 'of Every De Description. JOHN SHIER, Proprietor, Upper Main Street. DeLamar THE CREAT NATIONALJFAMILY NEWSPAPER For rAKMKHJ" and your favorite home puper. THE RECW, fioat, ro. , A Tribute to the Fi.-.g. A very bright little army wmnar rose to tho occasion recently, when she was one of tho guests at a smart luncheon given at ono of tho large hotels for some distinguished New England people. It was a large af fair, aud iu un impromptu Manner n number of toasts were given. In the midst of it tho little army woman, with horror, heard some ono say : " We have among us the wife of an officer of the regular army, and I think it is only fitting that she should respond to the toast, "The Flag." The men applauded and the women smiled encourage uent, and, trembling a little as she held up the glass of wine, the officer's wife spoke; Iroquois Bicycles Slfjjj.75 IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED .1 I oWsB.dcyrs l"'tiyuI.to.l.i,,,I1,ou,,tllvh..,. ,''"'" DESCRIPTON r3Zai2il!? "amtnam iiu Oinv. .U tn rit-nn i,.4 -l" i T . frttiiM. n. !i4 u,i ; , "...1 ",!,, u . D'.M,i1 "': r. 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As we accept only good money, so we ask customers to accept only good underwear. l"J "inai J Whitehead Miles, and Co. DeLamar.Nevada. sinus M m . A $4. "Excuae m, air; t have to r. port tit thr Kip ha. blowu up 'nl is .inkmi. HI Anthony. "Sud-u. ju Iginiiit " ,e. "I want to in a pi'U acknuwlenil'neat that I beliav ia Gl tb Father Almighty."