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Pioche Weekly Record
THU;tSl4lIAY 5, 1809. SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. FaMbhed Kxrf Taaradey By . Record Publishing Company, OFnri: masobio poiLcma. LaOOCB stout Jamb Pktteb, Emtob and Masaqeh. TtitMt: liMtlrllii. Cm Veer, by Matt . " III XmIK " I 0 AdTertleiad nU fmlikd up eppllrtia el -!re4t fet.l".oe at fiooh" Oaeuaal.li mu ere ulliM'wl, but lb paper will at tea rwpvtflbl f h ftpiolnn. peadeat' Deliivred bu Carrier af SO -mt pr LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. CUIl on Thb Rboobd for Location notices. , s" Call for Sample copies of the N. Y Tribune. Blanks lor Application for Patents a hand at Rboobd Office. Thb Uboord and N. Y. Tribune at cost ot Rbcord. Two papers for one price. ' tST The Sintrer SewingMachine Adb and examine. Cheap for Cash or on wonthly payments. Several new subscriptions to the RcnoHD hate come in the last few days, now is vout time to "subscribe," while you can get any of the large number ol puDiicawona tion with Thb Rboobd f ree. See Whitehead, Miles & Co's new ADD" in another column of thiB Issue. ' Geo- Rioe pulled out for Idaho, on Monday. Mrs. Ewing will be taken to Salt Lake, probably today. West Williams, of Spring Valley called on us last week. A. number of men were put to work at Bristol last week. Mr. Dickie just brought us a beau tiful bunoh of flowers, thanks. Mrs. Peasley left for Cherry Creek where her Mother is very sick. Mr. Tom Jillins with his family, left for Minersville, Wednesday. We met Jos. Coumerilh of New lands in town, on Thursday last Miss Maggie Clinton of DeLamar, is visiting her mother and sisters Joe Hollingrer of Eagle Valley, was in yesterday with beef for China Diok.V Cant. De La Mar sails from New York today, with Paris as his deati nation. Several teamsters from the Con I's were in early Tuesday morning with freight. A letter from Bishop Leonard, jrivesi June 18th, as the date of his visit to Pioche. Diet. Att'y. McNamee and Henry Eiler left for Salt Lake Monday morning at 4 o'clock. Jno. R. Cook, Jas. Price and J no Jaeobson, stampeded to look for Soma mining property. Mrs. Price left Wednesday morn ing with her husband for Modena, I for their household goods. Frank Rynearson came in Monday night with some fine looking rook, and left Wednesday morning for his bonanza. The "Robs" mine at Deerlodge, has closed down. Mr. Nelson of Boston came on and paid off all the hands. Lloyd and Cook are putting up two "giggers" at the Poorman mine that will be ready for operations in few days. Mrs. James Duffin and Mrs. Don ohue, her mother start on Monday for a visit with the letters daughter, in California. J.'A." Nesbitt has just received a fin lot of "sugar cured hams, fine bacon, and an extensive lot of fine and mixed candies." Prof. P. L. Bathurst and Miss Henrv left for Salt Lake on Satur day morning at three o.olook. Walter Christian left for his home , at Beaver, Saturday morning by pri vate eonveyanoe, to visit his family " Our thanks are due Hon. Wm. M Stewart, for a Copy of the "Colonial Systems of the World," also "Report S. F. Godbe has been spending a ween ia Bristol, Nev., where, with Mr. Bybee, he wan engaged upon an xamiuatiou of the mining property. Louie Frauk oaiue in from Ely on Saturday ruoruing on his bicycle, be would have been here to attend the funeral of hie late father, but failed to receive notiee. Ceil Newell came in last night from StateliuB, where he has been putting his blacksmith shop in order aud timbering his haft preparatory for furthei work on the "Johnny." Schotl Closet ih Pitisir g cuertiaas Given by tha ''upsla. The clone of the schiiols ou the lOiii, of this ujoulb -e!eurtei by a very pleasant entertainment couaiMting of Music, Essays, Decla mations, Dialogues and Songs. Tint house was literally packed with ladies and gentlemen of the town and the exercises were very much enjoyed. Many of the pupils, from three to 16 and 17 years gave their pieces without hesitation and in a charming manner. Considering the short time givuu them by the teachers, they all acquitted . themselves remarkably well. The week had been passed in a thorough examination, and not as some teachers have done exclusively. to our knowledge, in preparing the children to make a show of thera sulves. None of the regular studies were neglected and consequently the pupils had but little time in which to prepare for the ordeal, but notwithstanding this they prepared to give a splendid entertainment and the parents and teachers should be proud of the success of their efforts. After the exercises several of the attending gentlemen gave little talks congratulatory of the teachers and the evident success of of their efforts for the year, for the advance of edu cation. The Ass't Miss Henry made a few remarks on behalf of the pu pils. Prof. Bathurst gave a very feeling talk of the gratification they expressed at the result of their years work, which had been a labor of love. Tim re has been no occasion during the year for corporal punish ment although the Prof, was told he had a lot of bad boys to handle, In feeling terms he spoke of the per fect confidence in and obedience of the pupils to the requirements of the teachers in all casoa. We concur in the opinion of the parents that both teachers and pu pils have done their duty, and have no doubt that tha successful ending of this years work will never be for gotten by oither. Programme, Song May, By School. Ree. Bed Time, Clara Peasley. Rec The Little Teacher, Robbie MoHamilton. Rec Mr. Finney's Turnip. Dortha Price. Essay Success in Lifo, I. Osborne Song Summer Time, By School. Ilea. Story of the Red Hen, Elsie Price. Reo. Vacation. Dannie Lloyd. Rec Mama, if you could be Clara Allen. Essay What makes the Sky Blue? Nellie H. Rec What ailed the Pudding, Minnie Hulse. Roc Story of Little Boy Blue, Frankie O. Rec Two Little Seeds, Mattie Orr. Dial. A History Lesson, By 5 girls. Song Vacation By School, Essay The Treason of Benedict Arnold, Amy Osborne. Reo. Where do you Live? L. Good. Rec Charley's Story, Eddie Prioe. Essay Another Year, B. Coumerilh Rec Naughty Kittie, CI. Ganison. Essay Memories' Message, Jennie Sawyer. Rec Little Orphan Annie, Louise Osborn. Rec. Selling Baby, Mary Sucoetti. Essay The Plain People, John Donohue. Rec Thankful, Eva Hulse. Duet Music on the Waves, Jennie Sawyer and Amy Osborne. Essay Women, Willie Carman. Reo. The foot of the Rainbow, Mamie W. Rec The Cat's Thanksgiving Day, Esther. Essay Heroe's of the Maine, Leonard Carman . Song A Home by the Sea, School. Rec The Maiden and the Rain bow, Rachel. Rec. Jim's Fourth of July, Willie Garrison. Dial. Flowers and Flags, By 12 girls and boys. Reo. Planting Himself to Grow, Laura Ferry. Rec Baby Thankful, C. Wheeler. Rec Baby's Rose Leaf, L. Suocetti. Rec Call the Children, E. Sucoetti. Song War Song, Fannie Orr. Dialogue Boys Club. Song My Kentucky Home, School. COUNTY CORRESPONDENC E. ' Coiuinunicntiiina from t ov-r lb . .ouuty m.linU.i r'.tu.niaoi0tioci i,rr - i ten- r iiriti J. bat 1 h i -r - . . it- l.rt 111 u,..il Ol i i C . fO int. A jllirM III 4.UUiD-l!:..t'f. I" THE RECORD. Pioche, Nevada. ranac, by Dick." John Smith from Duck Flat saw mill, was in town a few days, paying off his employees. C. C. Ronnow bade bis many friends good bye and departed Mon day for Salt Lake, where he will be directed on hia mission. C. P. Ronnow returned home last evening and brought with him a fine looking woman, to whom he was wedded during his absence. The old gentleman has been having con siderable business through certain parts of Utah, and if we are any judge he has captured a very nice lady, which makes him look and ap pear much younger. SEARCHLIGHT. There are about 40 men working in camp and it has great promise of a big future. Searchlight has two stage lines running from here to Manvel con necting with the railroad there, for California. A good many have come in lately from Randsburg, California. Just at present we would advise those seeking employment to keep away, as the mines are working as many men as they can, due mostly to a scarcity of water, which ia the great question just now. Assessor Freudenthal and wife arrived here the evening of the 14th. and departed this morning for home going by the way of El Dorado can yon and expect to reaca Pioche the 23th,. While here they were the guests of Mr and Mra. F. W. Dunn. Last evening a party was given in their honor by Mra. S.H. Black, assisted by the other ladies of this place, in the Black boarding-house. It was the first ball or party for Searchlight and all night work was suspended in the different mines to allow all to attend Searchlight's christening and a gala time was had. It was an old time mining camp dance and the refreshments were of the best. Mr. and Mrs. Freuden thal have many f ridnds here and all wished them a pleasant trip home. Nato. TJe Mother 'OloRles, J I tTt wi.o li tl turn ! rs c: V. t i etui !' VMUI ftlM;i' !u u liir ii ittt s tit! o iT : ii ii r: "JlotLir, 1". jr. )...; J; but ito 1 ii.iint inform 'h is It !-. ' nhtyv philology, bibli "( "Just wait s moment," said the mother. "I have arranged for you a thorough coarse in rosstology, boilology, stitobology, darnology, patchology and general domesticol ogy. Now get on your apron and pluck that chicken. will j .11': f-,1 I 'O u t Spain she had a little lamb, the slickest lamb around. She sold the lamb to Uncle Sam for 20 million down; then Uncle Sam he took it by the tail to lead it home you know; the mutton rare, turned-out a bear, and Sam he can't let go. Ex - TflEI TAX ; of the . Proceeds of the Mines. NOTIOS IS HERBBY OIVKK TBAT THI tan On tha prooeed. ef lb Mlnee It the qauter en-bod April 18W are bow da ud payable M the offio of the Imiiif, at the Ooart boat The liw la regard to .their oolleetioa wUl ft trtcttj n(ort'l. ' ff. B, FHKCDINTHAL Ploch, NTMl, . . A , NOTICE. Tax-payers should remember that the balanoe of Taxes for the year 1898 will be delinquent after June 6tb. Unless paid on or before the above date costa will be added. J, A. NlSBlTT. . ', Treasurer. A r-fralu, Jalll, leklM or ntaap u W -Sr. aJK2 Ptnffla wx i,u by aay otht nttaoa. iwutiHiiwiwiiin -"'Refined PftrftffitM Vim 1 la tnr; kooMboM. It I i aa4 acid proof. Oct a pound aak ot II wlta a Hit of lu man? Ml TA from roar Oruwl or iroojr. . - m I-'- i f riT r We received a very nice letter from Searchlight last week. ' We are con siderably interested, in that section and hope someone in that plaoe may be secured as a regular correspon dent, surely, some one who is inter ested in that lively camp, will take this opportunity to make known its advautagss. DENOUNCED DIVORCE LAWS. Tooth Talk... ARTIFICIAL TEETH My artificial plates are the most natural and perfect re production of the teeth Nature a , . 1 gives in nt, action ana ap pearance thatuit is possible for expert skill and the finest mechanical equipment to make They are constructed and ad justed skillfully and know ingly with consideration of the natural expression and contour of the face, so light, comfortable, and wearable that their presence in the mouth is forgotten. !..... C i t 0 M r !-. impli cated in the burniiig oi the Pioche Consolidated Mill, April 20th. By order of E. F. Feeudknthal, Agent. ADVERTISEMENT. ' Mon.r to patent (food idoat may be ae rared by oar aid, ad. Iron THB PATENT RECORD, Baltinor. H. ... - . . WATER NOTICE. All persons using water from the "pipes" in Pioche are hereby notified not to let any water "run to waste", under the penalty of having their Water Supply cut off. Wm. H. Clark, . Water Inspector. NOTICE. Citizens are warned from the prao tise of throwing rubbish of any kind into the street. If they overlook this warning I will have it hauled away at the expense of offenders. Henry Eiler, Street Supervisor. Notice to Creditors. N'lTICBl IS BIEREBV GIVM TBI T THE aadmlgwd haa own dnly .ppolBt4 aa4 qtultfl.1 b th. Fonrtk Judlolal Dlitrlct Court, of th Mat. of HoT.l., In and for tba County of Lincoln, M ad. mlnt.tr.loi of tk. Batata of Dall Bloa, lata of uid Ouunty. decMwd. AU enditnn h.Tlnt cl.lm. agatut laid Batata, arareqalrad k) ll. tha aam with propar Touohar. attach. 1, with tha Ol.rk h. Court within alitj d.ja of tha ft 'it Pnblioatlaa of thl. Notloa. Jora Bios. Dated. Hy 4th. 1M Admlalatrator. F, B. MoNaraaa. Atfy for 4i1i-W-arw. a. NOTCIE. RICE BROS Ira into. O . DRV GOODS AXVI3 WOTIOWS, Ladies Dress Goods, A full line of Boots & Shoes Gents Fflrais!iiflGJ,. Co:.fiJona7 Stationay, -'eta & Fa cy Mn &hb QF IjIQXJOPLS & CIAGRS. Barber Shop on the Side. Newest Ideas In Shoes. IT"? yu wlsh yur eet dressad neatly and can fort ably, you'll buy our maka of shoes Easy WE Shoes and easy prices, and styW s that are the form sst. are especlily well pleased with the success and growing trade in our shoe stock, but It's due to our reasonable prices, coupled with the best goods that the battt m ikers can produce-. 8H a-PELY shoes are easy if you come to us Tr,aa.,4RQYAL BLUE" 8H0EI,U, of th 'Vv a-r-w-s our say s Whitehead Miles, and Co. DeLamar,Nevada. Bishop Leonard Makes Reference to Utah Congressman. ' Clevelond, O. Bishop Leonard, in his annual address before the Ohio Episcopalian Diooese conven tion here today, scathingly denounc ed the divorce laws. '"The good people of the United States are raising a great cry," said the bishop, "against the admission of a member of congress, who is a poligamist, when praotioal poligamy is being practised all over this coun try. Things have come to such a pass that the flimsiest pretexts are made the means of securing a di vorce. A slight quarrel or misera able luBt are alike made a means to this end." Bishop Leonard then went on to say that he wanted the church laws made bo severe that divorced person cannot be re-married at all by the Episcopal clergymen. Painless7 Extracting. Crown and Bridge Wark. DR. D. O. BOYD. DENTIST, Delamar - JSTev DENTON & PERRY'S -f.lail Line.-' U.tm Pioeha (d.tlj) aio.pt Saturday, lor Paaa oa, Ballroal and DaLamar at 4 f, M. Laatua Krilroal (daUj) au.pt Moadar, far Pa wt, rioeh. and PaLaaaar at 1 P. M. AniTaasovatPlooDaatlOP.lf. , To Whom It May Cockkn- stats land ornox ' CAB90N OITT. Vabrau? tt, 1W JTOT10B IS HBBRBT OIViH THAT TiiB B1AT bf KtriAt, oadar th. Act of Oongru apprjr iooa M, 1S0 (91 BtaU. 1ST) ha. filed la th; Dolled Stataa Land Offlo. at Oiimoo Oily. K.rala, Ll.t No. tM of landa aalaolad andar ..Id Aot, and ba. appllad for a paiaot for aald l.oda; that a part of Mid list la open to th. oubllo for inupMilou, and a aopytbaraof, 0 daaoriptlra nb-dirl' ioo, b,l beao poataj la a oooT.Di.ut plM la .aid CnlUd fu,U Lacd Offlo. for tk. Impaction of aU psrMna Inter aMad and th. pabUe t.orallj. Within th nait ilxty d.ya following th. data of tbla aoUee protaata or sontaxti ataln.t tha claim of aid Bt.ta of Mavada to any tract sr rab-dtrlilon daMrlbw la th. ll.t, on 'he ground that th. eu U morTlnble for Ineral thin agricultural our. poaaa, alU b raoalred and noted br tha Bj-gltter and BalTarofha Cnlted Rtatae Land OIBoa at Caraon Oltj, Nerada, for report to tha Oaaeral and OtBi at Washington. D. 0 Tha following are tha aub-dlvlalHia d.aeribl. towlt: K.H of N. W. It 4aa. St T. I S. B M B U. D. B fcW. Mure. - B. D, Ball... State Land fteglel.r of the 8tate ot Itarada. Ptrat tnaertlin Mtrch th, lfl9. NOTICE. JAMES A. NESBITT, MAIN ST. OPPOSITE LACOUR, PIOCHE - - 2XEZVJiJDJ OFEI.S WITH A FIIMG STICK OP FRESH GROCERIFS, A NEW STOCK OF BOOTS f suffer: 1 w mm We are sorry to have to record that our townsman, lfr. a.. S. Thompson had an attack of aoute indigestion on Monday and had to go to!bed. Unfortunately Dr. Camp bell was out of town and he suffered considerably all day. When the Dr. returned he relieved his pain, but a bad night followed, Tuesday there was some improvement, and Wed he went to the store a short time, he returned soon and to bed. When we saw him late in the afternoon he was resting nicely and will undoubt- lv be out in a day or so, as welt as ever. Report of J. H. Smith, waather Bureau Observer at Carson, for May 9tb., gives a very unfavorable week punt, growing crops made little pro gress through the state, fruit gener ally destroyed, alfalfa froien. In Lincoln county grain is heading out and baying ia in progress. ine Mission Sunday Scaool is progressing finely and much inter est is shown by both teachers and children. There is however plenty of room for more, particularly for the larger boys, Mrs. Sawyer is mak ing the Bible class very interesting. Mess. Godbe and Bybee came in from Bristol Saturday, and Sunday Ed. Freudenthal took them to Pa- naoa. In a conversation with Mr. Godbe he said there was lots of cop per in the Bristol mines and that is the produot that is valuable now. Among the arrivals at tha White House Hotel, Salt Lake, on Monday were C. L. Bathurst and Miss Alice Henry, Pioche. It ia reported that Prof. D. L. and Miss Henry were to ba married yesterday. Letters received today by Mr. F. "CLINTON STORE" DLAMAR, NEV, Carries A Choice Line of Gonfeotionery, . , Stationery, Freah Fruits. jNotionit Alio Some of Hie Beat CIGARS , AN D TOBACCOS. Maggie Cltnton, Proprietor. TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca, and Dickie from eastern parties, promise Working through to DLa- To Whom It May Concern: STATE LAND OrriOB OABSOH CITT, Jaonary ll.t 18W. TJOnCBlSUEBKBYQIVISTEATTHa STATt ot Mer.rla, under the Aot of Oongreaa aonramd June It. 1880 (11 StaU. 9ST). hu Sled la tha Dnlt. ea 1UM Mil umce at Oamon Cite. N.Tada. Liit no. 4w oi unoa Mieowa anaer aald Aot, and haa appllad fora patent for aald landai that a pan ol aid u.i la open to the public for ln.peotion, and a eopy toereof, by deaerlpttte aubHllTialona, haa been poated in a eonYenient nlaoa In aald Ilnlit aiaiea uai umce tor ma ln.peotion at all peraoaa w ana we pvoiie senereliy. wiinm ine aen aiiiy aaja rollowlOR tha date of ttta Botlea protaata or eonteett asalnat tha elala of aald State of BaTada te any traat or uh-dii.i. deacribed la tha Hat. oa the around thu i. ia aaara Taiaaua lor mineral thaa asrlealtnral par. rommm, m so noeiTea Ul Botad a the aealaUi and BaealTar of the Ualted Stataa Land Oftoa at Oaraoa Caty, N.Ted., for report to tha Oaaeral lad omee at Waahiaftga, 0, o. Tha folloviBS are U. aah-dlTialoaa deaarinad. to WW Lot l of B. W. Baa. . . S B. B.MB. M. o. . a . ai.ia una. BJD. EBLLBT. SUU Laad aHtatar of tha State af B.Tada m laaant Dated r.a. I.nwt Notice of Forfeiture. VaadarMlt. Baa BeraardUo eoaaty, OaL alarch Mia. 1M, ra w. aara. Jeaala a. rhllltaa. oein, eojennum ion or aaalsna, aad la an? mm au veraoaa aiaunins aa In tenet la ar title to the Altrarla aUae. altaatad In tha Creaeaat atialns wieiroi, ceunij at uaoola. State af XeTada: TOO AND BAOu Of VOC ABB BUBBT BOTI. ae na ine aaaaiaifBed. haa aapeudad one haa. dred 1100 Idollars U labor and Improrenenu apon tha Blnlns lode aa wlU appear by etrUSaata Sled 1 la the omee ot the BeoorJ of nld oountT. l order to hold the aald claim asder the proTUlona af aoauoa araa. Benaad BtatM of tha Csltad BUI ouii in. uaeuni required to hoi d th. utae for the yaar enduuj Peeeaibar tut. IMS. Aad If vithln alaatj day. efw tha pabUeattoa of thla aotlee yoa fail to eoatrlbute tow proportion of aneh axpaadl. twa. aa eovaen. tow tntereat In laid alalM will baeaaia th property of the aubaeribar aader tha joeooa Selat, of tea BeTiaaS Statntee at Ik. voitea Maiaa. Dated. Vtoeba, I.lnooU HoBBtj.BaT ,Meh.ethl8N. JUST UECEIVED. QSest of ILiquois9 Whiskeys, Wines & Cigars. John Shier's Drug Store .Carria. a Fall line of f Ktdll HiCiVV UKUV.3 .nd PATENT .MEDICINES. Prescriptions Toilet Articles Carefully compounded at hour, of tba day or night. all And Sundriea Daaoription, of Eery De JOHN SHIER. Proprietor. Upper Main Street, DeLamar THE Orant D. Bal'peaay. that if a Church ia eatablished here they will furnish supplies both for. the ohuroh and Sunday School whioh ia verj pleasant newa. . Ed. Freudenthal left on Sunday afternoon for Salt Lake to consult with owners of mining property ha a working at Bristol. Ha was ac companied Mesa. Godbe and Bybee. Wa notice from tha Local Messen ger, that its address will ba DoLa mar ia tba future. A. Clifford, Les see. Wa hope it will meet with tba auoceaa Ua aouraa may merit mar. Open to Public Service. Pioche Offloe at Henry Eiler'a Panaea Offioa at J. Q. Brown's Airs, j vs. aula was taken very on Saturday, waa improving at last reportr. Mr. Court and Bill Brown left for Bristol on Tuesday, to work in the miuea. Alex. Orr, hsa been doing a rush- ing business tha past week running erBusjJuiMtuua bo toe rail roan. NOTICE. Te Holdrs of Certificates Against Tha Gene al Oountv Fund NeUa la kwraky (In. Ibmt tbrr U Bew ia taa IXwmty Trearary, the u af tjM tor a reaaaiptliB of aerrlSoetea of tudabtadaMe aseinat tha O.aetel Fund of Liable a anly, t ada. aad that aeeled Brapoaala f or tha erroadr of aaah aantSaata WlU be reaelved by ate. until the Beat reanlar eaaetlM of tha Board of Oaoaty Oow. aneaioaara. auwit: J ia. tta- IBM, aa provided ia the lew for tha redemption af eatb orrtacetea. la th. etatmlee af list, page ea. . A. Maaam. Oaaati TBaaavaaa.af Uaeols Oo. ftoaaa. Bar. April th. law. "Taka Uat tar Ua -Bisaafs. PANACA CO-OP HAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL LXXTE OF Fancy Dress Goods Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Groceries & Provisions, May, Grain & Flour. A free corral with a good camphouse C-F. RONNOW, MGR. Panaca - - - Nevada First class dob vork at Record Office.