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THURSDAY. SEPT. 14, 1899. Mbll.Jn l Ery Ttior-l7 By Record Publishing Compai J! irrinr: Ma)M!C BDluDlNrt. . oai7B BTftEEl Terms: a KMwrtptloa. One Ittr, tar Mail. Hit Month, ' . M on 1 00 drerttaiti ratea fnrulehed upon eppHcarina el ta;offloe. tered at th. fMo w . Ptoch, TiL, r.i .eond-Claw 'uatter. Oommnnljetl m ere eotiolted, bat to iaier will not b. reapouaibl. for h. opinion, n ce earn. p:adenti. delivered by Carrier at SO tnt per Month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. To-dav wns an Indian Hummer day. The only thing thnt wife is a bad husband. beats a good The Board of Equalization will meet next Monday at 10 o'clock at the Court House. The market has beon pretty well supplied this week with vegetables and fruits. The Indians have harvested their pine nut crop and the first install ment found its way to town on Tuesday. The crop this year is larger than usual. A Modock county woman has sued her husband for divorce on the charge of gross neglect of duty. Incidentally she asks for the custody of her eleven children. The Bicycle riders all chipped in knd had the road cleaned from the Court House to the Point, a distance of four miles, and the run out and back ia now made in an hour. The public school opened Monday with Prof. Prewitt iu churge and the enrollment shows 22 girls and 14 boys, 36 in all. It is expected that ere the month is out the attend ance will reach 60. Chaa. Stein of Hiko has entered two suits in the District Court against John Boeder, of Delamar, involving $12,000. The cases arise out of trouble over water rights in Pahranagat Valley. Mr. J. H. Edney brought in eight dressed sheep from Mr. Hyde's camp in Camp Valley. They had been ordered by the several fam ilies here, and the mutton was the finest that ever came to this mar ket. It was a luxury. Mr. Hasp, a junk dealer from Salt Lake, has been here for the past week, buying up all the old copper and brass that the old town could supply, and managed to get about 3,000 pounds, for which he paid from 2 cents to 5 cents per pound. Main Street needs a good clean ing, and with a small contribution from the residents it could be clean ed. Why not follow the example set by t e bicycle riders and have it done; the cost would be but little on each. Mrs. H. J. Goodrich, wife of the County Clerk Goodrich, departed for Salt Lake Monday on a visit to relatives. Mrs. Goodrich has been ia poor health for some time and goes with the hope of the change doing her some good. Lady missionaries visited Spring and Eagle Valley this week and held revival meetings to save the souls of the Valley ites. We feel lighted as they gave us the cold shake, for there are many here who are as muoh in need of lady mis sionary work as those living in the valley. Rev. Benjamin J. Darneille ar rived last night from Washington, D. C, on his way to Delamar, Nev. where he goes to take charge of the Episcopal Church and will hold ser vices there Sunday. He will hold services this evening at tbo Court House at 8 o'clock and a cordial in vitation is extended to all. Teamsters complain that the Wash above Rose Valley is nigh impassable and want to know when the bridge will be put in lor wnicn bids were asked last month. We understand that the Board of Commissioners agreed to pay for the lumber and hate it delivered on the ground if the residents there would put it in plaoe. The Bicycle club was on the war path Tuesday. At quite au expense they had the road cleaned from the Court House to the Point. On Tues day a cattle man drove a herd of cat tle over the road, aud in many places making the road as bad as it was be fore it was cleaned, the cattle knock- ins the rocks in the road. Had the tncuibers of the club been out for ride that day and ran across the driver ,lt is doubtful if there would have been a full Board present at the sitting of the Board of Equalize tion next Monday. LINCOLN COUNTY'S VALUATION, j bounty Assessor Freudenthal ha completed bis assessment roll, and frj:n it we get the following in ru ga. J to the assessed value of the property ot the county; aiue oi real estate ana improve ments $384,727 Value of personal property $102,200 Total $486,933 The value of the same class of property for the year 1898 was as follows; Real estate k improvements $388,442 Value of personal property $105,188 total $493,630 Showing a decrease off G, 679, divid ed as follows; On real estate and improvements $3,715. On personal property $2,982 Total $6,697. The valuation is up to that of last year when the burning of the mill on the Summit and the loss in cuttle is taKen iuto consideration Personals Robt. Frauds cmim in Sunday from Eagle Valley. Mr. Ceil Newell came in from Stateline' Saturday and returned Tuesday- Hon, W. J. Dooley, after spend ing four days with us, left for DeLa- mar Tunday. E. P. Freudenthal, of the Oregon Short Lino Mg. Co., left for Salt Lake Monday on mutters connected with the sale of the mine, which is now under bond. Mrs. Frank Godbe, of Suit Lake, pattaed through Panaca on her way to Pahranagat Valley to visit her patents, Mr. and Mrs. James Piersou WEATHER BULLETIN. U. S, Department of Agriculture, Climate and Crop Bulletin of the Weather Bureau of Nevada. Section for the week ending Mon day Sept. 5th 1899. Lincoln County Geyser First part of week high winds which were very damaging to range and crops; later part warmer and more favor able for crops and harvesting opera tions. Range iu poor condition and stock is loosing fleBh. M. Robins. St. Thomas Fourth crop of Lu cern coming on rapidly. Crops do ing well. Range stock still brows ing but carrying little beef. M. Syphus, Heber J. Grant, of Salt Lake, and a prominent Mormon of the Church plea'd guilty to unlawful cohabita tion last Friday and was fined $100 by Judge Norrel. This seems to be the set fine for the dignitaries of the Mormon Church who break the laws of the land and as they are mostly well-to-do, and have no scruples in this regard, the fine is not consider ed, but charged up as a honsehold exoense. If a Gentile was convicted of living with two women he would get a term in the penitentiary, in stead of a $100 fine, and he would uot have the satisfaction either of being known as the father of a $100 baby. D. N. Bonelli, of Rioville, has commenced suit against the resi dents of St. Thomas aud Overton for $2,000 damages and also for an or der restraining them from using any part of 400 inches of water which he claims is his, and has been siuce 1872. The Muddy river furnishes enough water to irrigate two such valleys as the Muddy, if properly handled and it is to be deplored that the residents are oontestining over the water, when the amount spent in litigation if properly handled would give a supply of water enough for five times the number of aores that are irrigated at present. The State Board of Equalization of Utah called the officials of Iron County up for not assessing the Utah k Pacific this year, and Chief Engineer West explained to the Board that the Utah k Pacific had no wish to avoid taxes, but that the road was not completed on the dates named, and in faot was uuder con struction. As the road is of great benefit to Iron County, and practi cally was not completed till the mid die of April, we believe that it should be exempt from taxes during its construction. All enterprises that are of benefit to the country at large should be fostered. WANTED We will pay $12.00 a week salary to either man or woman to represent the Midland Monthly Magaziue as a subscription solicitor. The Midland is the same fiize as McClures or the Cosmopoli tan. It is now in its sixth year and is tbe only Magazine of its kind published in the great Central West. A handsome premium given to each subscriber. Send 10 cents for a oopy of the Midland and premium list to the TwumrrH Cektuht Pvb ushuo Co,, St. Louis, Mo. County Treasurer. Jas. A. Nesbitt, advertises in this issue the sum of $5'5.43 in the General County Fund applicable to the surrender of certificates againat that fund, and that bids for the same will be re ceived up to the 2nd of October. MINING INTERESTS. Governor Sadler's Big Suit. The Eureka Sentinel says that: Governor Sadler has commenced an action in the Third District Court against C. P. Wittenberg, Ma le line Fraier, Alexander Fraser and others, which will probably develop into one of the tuoit important min ing suits affecting the mines of this diHtrict since tbe trial of the famous Eureka Consolidated-Richmond suit. The Governor sues to recover certain mining ground claimed to belong to the Morning Star aud Long Pine mines, situated on Adams hill, in which he is an owner. He also clmms $19,000 damages caused by reason of the extraction of ore. We are credibly informed that the ore recently discovered by Messrs. Quinn and Wittenberg, lessees iu the disputed ground, is of high grade. The first shipment of seven teen tons, netting $1600, and the second and last shipment of twenty three tons, netting $2900, some of the last runuing as high as six and one-half ounces in gold and 150 ounces iu silver. Governor Adams is at the head of a company that owns the large de posit of gypsum at the Mount House, and it is quietly hinted that the com pany will commence work at once quarrying and snipping tne stun. Gypsum is used largely for fertiliz ing purposes ou alkali soil and is a staple of commerce. News. Genoa prospector named Frank Meager has uncovered an immense ledge about twenty miles from Gard nerville, which at a conservative esti mate shows one million tons of $12 gold ore in sight, He will have no trouble in obtaining capital to mine it if the report is true. The mines nt Bristol continue to improve, and the shipments of ore from there continue as fast as teams can be had. About 30 tons have been shipped so far this month, and of a very high grade, averaging 30 in copper, besides carrying gold and silver. B. G. Evans, of Salt Lake, on Monday purchased the interest of the Clark brothers in the Sulphide group at Stateline. This purchase brings the entire property under the control of Mr. Evaus and Ben Sprenger. STATE ITEMS. The Con. Cal. k Vs. has been as sessed 25 oents per share. Miller k Lux are arranging to ship 6,000 steers from Winnemuccu to the San Francisco market. The Reno Journal says that 206 students have registered at the Uni versity. There are 72 new students Truckee is a lively town this Sum mer, upwards oi l.uuu men are employed there and in the near vicinity. Mr. Joseph B. Ryan assumed tbe management of Comstock Company Pumping Association today to which position he was appointed to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of G. McM. Ross. A civil service examination will be held at Carson ou the 7th of October Blanks and information can be had by applying to the secretary of the board of civil service examiners for the mint service at Carson. There are now three or four hun dred men working underground in the Comstock mines. When the electric power comes into use there will probably be two or three thou sand men at work again in the mines. Governor Sadler has recomended Captain W. L. Cox, of Reno, Lieu tenant Charlea B. Henderson, Elko, Lieutenant R. E. L. Windle, Win nemucca and Lieutenant Henry Burlington, Carson, to the Secretary of War, whose records will be ex amined and considered by the de partment in case any urgent demand may arise for experienced officers to take command of the army. It is said that times are picking up in White Piue county and an idle man cannot be found. There are several mines and three mills in full operation in Ely and the old camp has taken on new life. The mines at Cherry Creek give employ ment to 100 men and practical min ers are in demand. Ten or twelve miners can find employment there. The traction engine arrived at Cherry Creek over a week ago and ia working satisfactorily. In order to introduoe our new monthly family magazine "The Nut meg," we will Bend it for one year and include 60 of our superior eall ing or visiting oards for lady or gen tleman upon receipt of one yearly subscription. 25 oents. Write plain, ly and address Cunningham k Litchfield, Stanford, Connecticut. IMPORTANT RULING. The Treasury Department has made an important ruling on the failure of attorneys, searchers of records, property owners and others to attach the' revenue stamps to legal documents .when they are made out. According to the ruling a penalty of not less than $5 will be imposed upon the holders of all papers unless the war stamps are at tached at the time of making out the instruments. Deputy Collector Frick says that many people are in the habit of letting tbe instruments go for over a year without attaching the war stamps. Now if a deed or any legal instrument in discovered with out a stamp and the pper was made out last year a penalty double tbe tax and the tax collected, with inter est at tbe rate of 6 per cetit. For instance should a paper be discovered whiah was made out last July on which a tax of $10 was due, 30 plus the interest wouH be ex acted by the collector. The laying of the corner stone of the Nevada Capitol buildiug was celebrated June 10, 1870. The State Orphans borne was opened October 28, 1870, with twenty-five o ildren. R. B, Cary was the first Superinten dent and Miss. Mattie Curry the first teacher. AOKNT8 VANTRU FOB -THE LIFR, ASl- tchleveinent or timir.l uew.y," tbe worl jre.teftt UMYftl hero, ry luiat iialt-tuai, Ihelir-. one: friend aud ednlrr f 'be nation. icl.it biga eat and b-l book ; over BOO pant. 81IO incie: nearly 101) pa emjalftoiiehietr.i.on. Ooly$; 60 Dormoua aeiuaud. HU cnimutaiou.. Ouiturne uaiice 'f a luetime. Writ oiitci. ( he iomu tu Company. 3rd flour Caiton bldg., CbluaS. F. I. HN M. C. GEOR GE, TVTad to fczlea.fcs-u.re. Repairing Neatly Done Satisfaction Guaranteed De amar and Pioche, Nev M oye r's Stage Line Between a. m PIOCHE AND ELY. Leaves Pioche every Monday and Thurs day morning. All Daylight Drive Good Accommodations at Hor ton'a Rantili. Pare one way 812. Round trip $20.00 A B. MOVER. Tooth Talk... ARTIFICIAL TEETH. My artificial plates are the most natural., and perfect re production of the teeth Nature gives in fit,.,, action and ap pearance that it is possible ibr expert skill and the finest mechanical equipment to make I hey 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. Painless Extracting. Crow i and Bridge Whrk. DR. D. C. BOYD. DENTIST, Delamar - - ISTev- "CLINTON STORE" DeLAMAR, NEV. Carries A Choice Line of Confectionery. Stationery. Fresh Fruits. Notions Also Some of Tne Best CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Maggie Clinton, Proprietor. TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca. and Working through to DeLa mar. Open to Public Service. Pioche Offioe at Henry Eiler . Panaca Offioe at J. O. Brows. EL Just the Thing for Our FarmersI To all old subscril ers who pay ar rearages from Jan. 1st 99 and on year in advance, we will, iu addition to Tax BzcoBD for one year, send as a premium the "Farm Journal," for five (5) years. We trust this immense offer will meet with your co-operation and that the results will be a benefit to you as well as to greatly increase our list of subscri bers. Anyone in want of a "case" of Pubsl's "ice cold beer," go to Thompson. guma and Organ! I have the "agency" of the "celebrated" Estey and Brat tleboro Organs," and will be happy to confer with any one wanting to secure one of those fine "instruments," of which over 400,000 have been manufactured and sold. For any information apply to James Pettee, Agent, for Lincoln County, Pioche, Nev. At Record Office. WATER NOTICE. All persons using water from tbe "pipes" in Pioche are hereby notified not to let any water "run to waste", under the penalty of having their Water Supply cut off. Wra. H. Clark, Water luspector. NOTICE. Citizens are warned from the prac tise of throwing rubbish of any kind into the street. If they overlook this warning 1 will bave it hauled away at the expense of offenders. Henry Eiler, Street Supervisor. NOTICE FOR CONTRACT BIDS. By or ler of th. Board cf County ComnuMlonere, I wl 1 recelre enled bid. for "twenty" cord, of of goo i cedar wood to be dellTered at th. Court aunax, Pioche Bide Kill be submitted to the B ard on tbe 4th dty of September The Brd r serve tbe ritthl to reject a-.; 7 and II blda H. 1. Ooodmch, Con Div cle.k ai d ex-omclo Clerk of tbe Board of Ooouiy Cofflmlaxloneni, dated tuR.?ih I89 F I 810 4-p NOTICE. To Holders of Certificates Against Tha General County fund. Notice) I. h-r-bjr vlveai that therw i. now in the Oo inty Treaanrr, the nam f Ki6.i3 for tb. redemption of eer ittJatee of 1 d.btednraa againat th. Oeoeral Fund of Lincoln c unty, ada aud tbat ualed propoaala for the surrender of auoh cer lttca'es will be received by w, until the next regular rue-tlnit of tbe Board of Cocn'y Com. oH.loter-i. t wit: v,ct 2nd 1899, a profi led In thelnw forth, t.demptlon of ucb certificate., in the k atatea of 1897 page 4v 3 A. Narirrr. Ojumtt TscA9U.it, of Lincoln Oo. Pioche. N'T. Hept. 11th. 189. tiih rr of the A. IX Proceeds of the Mines. NOTICE 18 BERKBY GIVEN THAT THR t 1 ax .on the Prayed, of tbn Mine, lor th qu rtr ending June SO, 189V art now (tut an I paya- bl at the office o tbo Irettaor, at tb. Ooort h nt The law in regard to thlr c llecti n will be etrictlyen oroid. H . FKEl DKNTHAL. Pioche, Nev.da. Aug. 9tb 1MS8. PROBATE NOTICE. INTBB TOUBTU JUDICIAL DHTRtOT 0O1BT 1o( tbe State of NeTtila, in ao I for Lincoln coun ty. In the Matter otthe Batata of H. H. Lull, Decear-d. Notice la hereby given, that tbe Fourteenth day of Auguat, 18M, at 10 o'clock of aaid uay, at the Court ttoom of aal 1 Court, at the Town of t lot-he. In the County of Lincoln, Mate of evada. nave bean appointed aa tb. time and plaos for previa tbe Nuncupative Will of tall H. H. l ull, deoeaeed. and for heariog the applicatl a of Joneph Oonaway. for the laeuanoa to him of letter, textameniarr thereon. B.J. Ooodbch Clerk. Pioche. Nevada, July 3Tih. I W. -F. a. MoNiMM. Atthrney for Fe ltloher. n 7-27 lop. DISTRICT COURT. SUMMONS In th. Fourth Judicial DUtrict Court of th. State of Nevada, In and for Lincoln County, ruic statk or ncvada bbsdb sbiit no to John B. Knight, Mary I. aVnUht, Turner Davia. M.rj a. Devi., Mr. W. Edney, John 8. Xniht, Rally MoClure, H. W. Kuight. Suaa t. Danlela, 8. V. Danlela. W. A. Bbodea. Birdie C, Bh idea, Ju M Wright. Mary I.. Wright. W. B. Knight and H. M. Kuight. Ton ar. hereby auuuuoned to appear In action ocmnenoad againat you a dsfendanta, ty Robert Thumpaoa aa pialnt ff In ih. Fourth Judicial Die. trlot Court .of In. But. of NvtvU, Lincoln County at the town ol Pioche. and an. war Ih complaint therein, which la ou Sle with tha Clerk ot nail Oourt within tea day. after th. Mrrloe on you of tula Summon, (elclualea of th lay of earvtoej If eerrtoa If eared la 'ami t oona:y', or twauty dayi. If erred eot of laid county', but within t.ia dlatrtot and la all other oaara, forty day, or laAfmeat will be takaa again ynu by default, aoeorJlug to tb prayer of aaid complaint The aaid action la brought to recover Judgment agataat you. tbe aaid dafaadaaU) for ' he turn of lsea hundred and twwty-av (I16M) dollar, for work and labor d a. and performed by aaid plain' Iff at your apeeial luai" and r quart upoa your mining elalm and property In aaid Lincoln County and for th. Intarrat and ooata a. fully eat forth la the complaint la aaid aotlou saw aa Sle la the oflu ot Mm O ark of aaid Oourt to which .on ar Mrind, To ar hereby aottaed tbat t you fail to appear aad ana war the aaid complaint, aa abova required, laiattt will tab. lodgment againat you la aacmr danoa wrta to. prayer ot mid o mplalat leailmony whereof, I. H. j. Ooodrlcb have hereunto aet my band oftelalty and a 91 led the aaal of mid Oourt, tale tad day of Marrh 4. D. law. (La.) Otaaty Clerk and ra-uftojo Clerk of tbe Fourth Judicial Dtatrtct Oowrt ol tha Btet of Se. wada. Oonnty of Liaooia. r. I. t-m ,. Panaca Billiard Bolooa, A large stock of- Wines, Liquors and First Cla&a Fool and Billiard Room. Telephone Exchange. Stage and Express Ag't GIVE HIM Newest Ideas In Shoes. If you wish feet dressed neatly and comfort ably, you'll buy our make of shoes. Easy shoes and easy prices, and styles that are the foremost. We are especially well pleased with the success and growing trade in our shoe 6tock, but its due to our reasonable prices, coupled with the best that the best markets can produce. Shapely shoes easy if you come to us. Try a pair of "Royal Blue" shoes, JAMES A. NESBITT, MAIN ST. OPPOSITE LAC0TJR, IOCHE - - IT-ETV-AJD-A.. OPENS WITH A FINE STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES, A NEW STOCK OF BOOTS JUST RECEIVED IBesf of ILiqiiiofi's, Whiskeys, "Wines & Cigars. John Shier's Carries a Fall Line of FRESH -PATENT Prescriptions Cart-fully cnipouoded at Hours 01 the day or night. all JOHN SHIER, Proprietor, Upper Main Street, DeLamar. THE PANACA CO-OP HAS JT7ST -RECEIVED A FULL LUTE OF Fancy Dress Goods Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Groceries & Provisions, May, Grain & Flour A tree corral with a good camphouse. C P. HON NOW, MGR. Panaca - - iT-va.cia. BICE BROS. Panaca - - - - Nevada DRY GOODS AMD NOTIONS. Ladles Dress Goods, A full line of Boots Shoes Cents FnraishiDg Goods. Confectionary Statiooa'j, Perfume & Fa?xy Articles. Barber Shop First class Job work at Record Office. J. C. Brown, Proprietor. Cigars CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A CALL." are our just on our say so Whitehead, Miles ND Co. De Lamar Nevada mm Drug Store NEW DRUGS MEDICINES. Toilet Articles And Suodriet Description. of Every 5s on th Side.