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Piochc Weekly Record
THURSDAY. SEPT. 28, 1899. Fmbllakcd Imj Thursday fir Record Publishing Company, OmOE: MA8OII0 BOlUHNa. TtRMs: obwrlptloa. Ou law, h Mall 14 SM git Moetk, m HmtUXmt te fur.lsh4 poa appllcrtia. at tatare at ItM Fmi.io. M Pioeb.. A.rada, m jeoad-OlmM ssattar. 0sBS.utoati u solicited, bat taw patwr will at k. rwpoaalbl. (or th opl.loos o iu mm. pmd.au. delintreiby Cirrier at -W mit If onA. LOCAL ANO OTHRWlSr. Latest Quotations Silver 68 Lead . $4.65 Copper SIB. 60 The wood au I hay teams are quite numerous iu town of late. The town was enlivened with a sarap Tuesday. No damage done. J. A. Dentou has the mail con tract from Ursine vU Stateline to Modena. Deak Hasting, of the Rose Valley Ranch, was in with two loads of hay on Saturday last. A man called at the Recobd office to-day to have a five dollar bill changed. We fainted. Our Deer Lodge correspondent furnished us this week with a newsy budget. Many thanks for same. A heavy fire has been raging all day in the mountians northeast of town and the valley is filled with moke, A few of the Bristol boys were in town during the week for a rest and little recreation, but all returned to work yesterday. The Delamar stage is again run ning by Bennet and Cliff Springs, they made their first trip Saturday vening. The County Commissioners will meet as a Board next Monday. Pre sent your bills to the Clerk of the Board in time. Henry Welland Is adding to his took of merchandise and other goods, and is ready at all times to meet your wants. Bob Leroy was an outgoing pas senger on the Uvada stage Monday morning, bound for Salt Lake where he went on important mining business. Foster has been putting in wood t the Court House this week and there is enough on hand now to keep all the officers warm when the cold weather comes. A. S. Thompson is in receipt of a fine line of winter wear, blankets, rubber boots and overshoes, heavy underclothes all of which will be old at reasonable prices. The Board of Equalization will meet next Monday. This will be its last meeting as a Board of Equalisa tion and any one having complaints to make should be there on time. James A. Nesbitt is prepared to furnish you anything you want in the shoe line, having on hand the finest lot of shoes ever shown in Pio che, and at prices that will suit. Give him a call. J. A. Denton has the contract for carrying the mail fron here to Pan ics and back and also from Uvada to Delamar. The price as usual is below bedrock, and passenger travel and express matter must be looked for to pay its running expenses. Mrs. M. B. Owens, of Columbia Mo., was an arrival on Friday even ings stage. Mrs. Owens k a sister of Prof. W. D. Prewitt, and has been engaged to teach the school at Over ton, for which place she started on Tuesday last. Paul Suoetti and Joe Delray came in from Bristol Tuesday night. They came over the mountain intending to take the stage at Jackrabbit. but the stage was too heavily loaded, so they had to walk in, and as they had no water they were pretty dry when they struck town. Dr, Betta, of Salt Lake City who wrote the long theoretical article on on the , Delamar Dust, and its death-dealing qualites, and who in two or three months afterwards, made a trip to Delamar, to see how near to the truth he had gussed, or imagined, has sued the company for a 500 fee. J ust as we wars going to press we were informed that Casey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheeler, while playing at school this after noon pushed her hand through the window and cut a gash about three inches long in the arm. Dr, Campbell dress the wonnd, putting ! a three sutebes. A HAPPY RE-UNION. Henry Garrison and family arrir cil here on the 20 tb, from Duraugo, Colorado, and will Tiaik with big brother and other relatives for about a month, atid then proceed on to California where ha expects to make hi a future home. Mr. Henry Garrison and bia J brother Ike came to this place in the I early 70'a, and deToted their time to mining. They discovered the Jack rabbit mine at Jackrab'-it district in 77 and disposed of the same to the j Day Mining Company for $10,000 j cash and tan thousand shares of stock valued at that time at $5 per share. It is nor known an the Duv mine and the report of expeits sent i out to examine the property in 1890, ' reported that there was ore in sight j estimated at not less than $8,000,000. Mr. Garrison after disposing of his interest went east and visited various sections and the last five years has lived at Durango Colorado. Ue finds many changes here, as when be left here in the fall of 1877, P'oche was a flourishing town ot 4,000 inhabitants, and two daily pa pers were running, and on his re turn he finds about 300 inhabitancy and the town supporting a weekly. ' He noticed one particular shange , which wus for the better, and that 1 was the nice appearance the trees ! gave the place, as when he left there were no trees growing and now the streets have beautihu shade trees, and there are some fine lawns. In the East the money question seems to be the paramount one, and no doubt will bf one of the main is sues of the coming campaign of both parties. Ha says the East is wedded to gold, from the mere fact that they do not understand the manner in which mining is conducted, the majority of the people believing that the extraction of silver from the mountains, is akin to gathering veg etables, and they have no conception of the hardships to which a miner is subjected to in hunting for the preoi ous metals. Mr. and Mrs. Craw, mother and father of Mrs. Henry Garrison were delighted to see their daughter, who they have not seen for twenty-one years, as well as toe rest or tne fam ily, and the family re-union was a most pleasant one. Governor Sadler and Controller Davis, traveling as a Board of Equal izers, are visiting the County Boards of Equalization throughout the State, and intend to revolutionize taxation. We hope they will be successful, as it is something that has needed to be revolutionized for the past twenty years, and if they can solve the prob lem the next legislature should pre sent them with a gold medal for their successful efforts. All parties having specimens that they would like to send to the Paris Exposition are requested to leave the same with Mr. N. P. Dooley, and give the assay value of the same. Mr. W. J. Dooley, one of the Com missioners for Nevada will be around in about ten days to collect them. Let us do the best we can so that a creditable showing will be made from Lincoln County. Personals. Harry Turner went to Deer Lodge Sunday. J. A. Denton was a visitor during the week. Will Clark returned from Salt Lake Friday. Mrs M. GUssan and her daughter Julia went out to Deer Lodge Sun day. Benj. Sanders, after a short stay in Pioche, returned to Delamar on Saturday last. Mrs. V. G. Redmayne of Deer Lodge passsed through Tuesday on her way to Delamar. E. F. Freudentnal of the Oregon Short Line Mg. Co., returned from Salt Lake Sunday. Mr. F. J. McMahon arrived from Delamar Tuesday evening and went to Deer Lodge to-day. Heny Kahn, represnting the Cal ifornia Wine Co., interviewed our merchants on Tuesday. Mrs. E. Freudenthal and Mrs. J. Ewing went ont to Bristol Tuesday to visit with their mother. Mr. Chas. smith, representing Buckingham of Chicago, Patent Medicine Manufacturers, arrived in town Monday. Mr. Horton from Quinn Canyon arrived in town Tuesday and has purchased a fine wagon like that of Nesbitt's and Welland's. f - t a narry rsicnois came in by pri vate conveyance from Bennett Springs to-day having come that far by stage from Delamar. He will remain in Pioche for a week or so, and prooeed on to Cuba. E. S. McDowell, the accountant for the April Fool Compony at De lamar passed through here Tuesday enrout to Salt Lake where he will meet his wife, who has been on a visit to California, and will return with her to Delamar. DER looce notes. We are now enjoyiing our sum- brother Redmayne's flower garden loo; s very seedy." 51 r. Chas. Barney has been em- I ploved as Assayer for the Company. Sirs. H. H. Cooper will depart toon on a viuit to her parents at De- Inrctar. Mrs. M. Glisssn returned to Deer Ivi'lgo last Monday, also Miss. Juia Lynch. Mrs. V. G. Red may ne departed 1 Ht Sunday on a visit to relatives at Dcluinar. It is rumored that Jack Ryson contemplates opening ,',m cery very soon. up the wet Mr. J. V. Lane and family have iiiuved over to the Ross mine. Lane ik guarding the coyotes. Mrs. Olstrom is running the res taurant of Deer Lodge and provides the table with the best the market nffords. The mining claims of this district i lire now being thoroughly sampled. MesHrs Lund and the vounir Mc f'uue keeP n ,uve- Mr. Jerry Mooney, formerly of Butte City, Montana, arrived in town t ho other day and wns installed as Foreman of the Company's mines. Mr. James McFarlane, the Gen eral Manager of the Horseshoe Mining Company is here and has as sumed charge of the affairs of the company in person. W. B. Slawson, one of the owners of the Homestake croup, left here Sunday morning for Tintic, Utah, where he will be in charge of mining property in that district. The claim owners of Eagle Valley district are all smiles in anticipation of realizing, in the near future, un told wealth out of their mining grouud. Keep a pushing boys and open up big. Currency is scarce in town, but checks are quite plentiful, and the owners thereof have n soft thing. They buy what they want and don't pay for it. The dispenser of wet goods looks sad. Word comes from Boston that the Mountain View mining company is perparing to resume active opera tions upon the Ross and other min ing properties owned by them. At the last meeting of the company an entire new set of officers were elect ed. Like all the new raining localities, most of the owners of claims here do not under-value their property. Judging from a few remarks listen ed to we seriously fear that the Lord will be compelled to draw his clouds a "Lettle" higher up so as to give us claim owners an opportunity to expand. We are all expansionists at Deer Lodge. Deer Lodge is filled np and it is difficult for a person coming here to seen re lodgimgs. Planks, there are none, thus depriving our residents the pleasure of extending to the stranger the hospitality of the soft side. However this will soon be remedied, as Bishop Moody contem plates the erection of a tabernacle for lodgers. The Horse Shoe Mining Company operating at Deer Lodge have order ed two steam hoists, one for the Horse Shoe mine and and for the Homestake mine, also 37,000 feet of lumber. This is a sure indication of the mines looking well, and that the camp will come to the front. They have about 25 men employed at present and it is the intention to put more on as room can be made for them. UVADA NOTES. Following are the arrivals and de partures at this place for the week ending Sept. 27th: ARRIVALS. From Delamar: J. McMurphy, Jno. Forsetti, R. K. Patterson, G. B. Rossett, J. Gusti and J. Bren man. From Pioche: Robt. Leroy, W. Smith DEPARTURES. For Delamar: J. R. Housen, J. Erist, Jno. Bogetti, J. Admerino, A. Ragnon, J. Sherwood, W. W. Morris, J. Wodner, T. Murphy, C. McNeill, H. Kahn and D. L. Wer- theimer. For Panaca: Alice Culverwell, Mr. Payne. For Pioche: Mrs. M. B. Owens About 40 cars of cattle were shipped from Lund on the 27th and about 60 head of church cattle from White River will be shipped from Modena. Three carloads of ore were shipped from Modena to Salt Lake during the week. Ch is. Lytle and Jack Ryson were visitors from Deer Lodge. uonsiaeraoie zreignt is now ar riving and freighters are kept busy. "B." Joe Foster and Tom McGarev came in from Bristol Friday evening witn ueo. Davis, wno was taken very siokThursday night. We are pleased to state ne is around again all right THE HEMP INDUSTRY. it iHt Ita Fofatr Polities Mmmmg Aaaarleaat Baral l4aatrla. The hunp industry i already estab lished, though it should be extended in order to recover its lost position imong American raral industries. Where in the past we produced 40,000 tont of hemp in the L'nited State we now produce les than a fifth of this quantity. The cultivation of flax in the L'nited States before the days of the present factory ay Hem was so wide spread that it was of national impor tance. Its manufacture was largely a borne Industry, however, conducted by the fireside, and, as in ancient Griyce and Rone, the work was performed by the women of the household. With I'le advent of the factory system came eoa petition; the housewife laid aside her spinning wheel, the clumsy homemade loom fell into disuse, and the farmer grew no more flax fiber. Then the flax, seed industry was extended, and after the close of the war a large- demand sprang cp for coarse fiber for the roughest of uses for bagging and up holstery, in connection with hemp and hundreds of little tow mills came into existence In the middle and west ern states. C. R. Dodge, in Appleton' Popular Science Monthly. Afraid lie Would D. Lft Oat. A gectleman who observed Jimmy :arefully taking the census of a com pany assembled in a parlor a waiting a call to supper, inquired: "What Is vhe matter. JinrmT?" "Whv." rniid tha urchin, with a troubled air, "here's r.ine jf us, counting me, and mamma has ?one and CUt thetwonlea Intnnunrtpr. and that only makes eight pieces." Stray Stories. M. C. GEORGE, Tvrade.ivto Measure. ' Repairing Neatly Done Satisfaction Guaranteed. Delamar and Pioche, Nev. AOFNTS WANTED FOB -THS LITIS AND .vwvu. v, aduj.., ,rvwt.y ,!,(. wurin . (neatest ual hero, ry Mirar Halstc-ad, the llf- long inei a mi admirer of the nation. tdnl BIrs Best and be.t book; overtOO pagos. tuio lncruM: DMrll 1(111 tiauMh.irtin.lll...t....K.. ' I . i .a .. i r ...... ....i. ' . 1 .H'liiill., uui fl 'l L normnua a.fn-nd m.. rnm . ..... . . - Chance uf a lifetime. Writ quick. The Domini iuo Company, 3rd floor Caxton Ulrig., Chleaao. r. I. 6-8 99 M oyer's Stage Line Be t weeo PIOCHE AND ELY. Leavea Pioche every Moudav and Thurs day morning. All Daylight Drive Good Accommodations at Hor ton's Ranch. Fare one way $12. , Rnund trip $20.00. A B. MOVER. Tooth Talk... ARTIFICIAL TEETH. My artificial plates are the most natural and perfect re production oithe teeth Nature gives in nt, action and ap pearance that it is possible tor 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. Crowi and Bridge Work. DR. D. C. BOYD. DENTIST, Delamar - - - Nev- "CLINTON STORE" DeLAMAR, NEV. Carries A Choice Line of Confectionery, Stationery, Fresh Traits. Notions. Also Some of The Best CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Maggie Clinton, Proprietor. TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca, and Working through to DeLa mar. Open to Public Service. Pioche Office at Henry Eiler's Panaea Offloe at J. G." Brown's Oa Just the Thing for Our Farmers! To all old subscriters who pay ar rearages from Jan. 1st 99 and ont yeariu advance, we will, in addition to Thz Record 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 iu want of a "case" of Pabsl's "ice cold beer," go to Thompson. gtanos and Organs! 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 b.-en manufactured and sold. For any information apply to James Pettek, Agent, 'for Lincoln County, Pioche, Nev. At Record Office. 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. Wra. H. Clark, Water Inspector. NOTICE. Citizens are warned from the prac 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 FOR CONTRACT BIDS. By or.lr of the Board c I Coo o 17 CoDimlaatoiien. IwM receive waled bid. for -twi-nty" corda of of goo 1 ordar wood to le delivered at the Court Honne, Ptoche. Bids will be submitted to the B .rd on the 4th day of September 1899. The B.srd rerervea the right to reject at. y and " bide h. J. Goodrich, OoaDty C'eikd fi-ofllcio Cleri ol the B;rd of Oirnuty Coiuinitwioners, dated Au.1th IS99. F I 8-10 -p NOTICE. To Holders of Certificates Against Thd Gene al Count; Tund. otlce I. iwobjr rtTen tttwt there is low In the County Treannry, tie auai nt i.43 for the redemption of cer ttkate. ot lodobtedoem agalnat the Oeiierol Kuud of Lincoln o uuly, ev. aiia and tr.ai Muled prop kmU for the surrender of men cenincates will bi iwoslved by me, until the n it regular me tln of the Board of Cocn'y To n. misMoners, t .wit: i-ot tii 1898. provided in the lnw for the redemption of fcutb ct rt flcates, in the aiaiutes of 1897, ptge 4 J A. Mcfbitt OotjTY Tbkuurcb, of Uuooln Oo. Pluche. Ntv. 8pt. 11th. 1899. TI2IU TAX of the Proceeds of the Mines. XTOTinifi IS HKBIiBV GIVEN THAT THR i lax'-.'Uthe JTnoel. of the Mini, for the qu .rtr endiuj June SO, 1899 are now da- an 1 paya ble at the offloe o hu eisn-sor. at the Court h u e The law la regard to their collection will be strUtlyen'orosd. h. 1 . FliEl'DttiTHAI., Pioche, Nevda. Aug. 9th 1X99. Aiweeaor. PROBATE NOTICE. IN TBS! Ki'lURTd JUDIOI lL OH?3f'ir CO IRP of thu tit Ho of Nevada, in an t for Ll'icolu oouu ty In the Matter of the Kjtate of H. H. Lull, Deceaa d. Notice Is hereby given, that the Fourteenth day of Augua', 1899, at I'J o'clock of said day, at the Court Koom of aaid Court, at the Town of loche, tn the Ooun'y of Lincoln, state of r-evada. have been appoi itd ae the time and place for proving the Nuncupative Will of sail B. U. l ull, deceased, and for hearing the application of Joeeph Oonaway, for the laauano. to him of letters testamentary thereon. B. J. Goods oh Clerk. Plocbe, Nevada, July 27th, 1 99. F. H. McNiMtK, Atthrney for Pe itloher. 7-97 lOp. DISTRICT COURT. SUMMONS a the Fourth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, In and for Lincoln County. CUE STATS OF NEVADA SENDS GREET NO TO John R. Knight, Mary I. Knight, furner Davis, Uary B. Divia, Mrs. E W. Edney, John 8. Knight, Sally HoOlure, B. W. Knight, Bus. 8. Daniel., H. M. Daniels. W. A. Bbodee, Birdie B, Bhodcs, Jaa K. Wright. Mary L. Wright, W, B, Knight and H. . Knight. Ton are hereby (ummoned to appear In action commenced against yon a defendants, by Robert Thompson aa plaint ff in th. Fourth Judicial Dis trict Court, of the State of Nevada, Lincoln County at the town ot Pioche, and answer the complaint therein, vhloh la on file with the Clerk of aaid Court wlthiu ten days after the aervloe on yon of thla Summons exclualv. of the day of aervlcej If aervloe if aeved tn 'said ooaniy-, or twenty days. If served ont of '.aid county', but within this dlstrtct and in all other case, forty daya, or Judgment will be Uken against you by default, according to the prayer of aaid complaint. The said action 1. brought to reoover judgment against yon. the said defendants for the sum of sixteen hULdred and tweuty-lve if ISM) dollar, for work and l.bor d ne and p rformed by said plaintiff at your special luslaxoe and request upon your mining claims and property in said Lincoln Comity end for tue Interest and ooate as fully set forth tn the complaint In aaid action sew on Ale in the office of the O.erk of aaid Court 10 whtob. roe. ere referred. Too era hereby notified that It you fell to appear and answer the .aid oomplalot. a. above req j red, pUUatia will take judgment agetnat ? tn accor dance with the prayer of seld e mplalnt. In laetlmony whereof, I. B.J. Goodrich have hereunto wt my band offlcielly end affixed the seal of call Court, Ihls lod day of If arch 4. D. 1899 (U 8.1 O. nnty Ok rk end sx-offtolo Clerk of lb. Fourth Judicial District Court ot the State of Ne. vwU, County of Liacola. F. I. h p. Panaca Billiard Saloon. A large stock of- Wines, Liquors and Flrst Ola&a Pool and Bil ard 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 aie eipecial!y well pleased with the success and growing trade in our shoe stock, but its due to our reasonable prices, coupled with the best that the best markets can produce. Shapely shoes are easy if you come to us. Try a pair of our "Koyal .Blue thoes, JAMES A. NESBITT, MAIN ST. OPPOSITE LAC0UR. PIOCHE - ItsTE-VJDA.. OPENS WITH A FINE STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES, A NEW STOCK OF BOUTS JUST RECEIVED IBest of ILiquors, "Whiskeys, Wines & Cigars. John Shier's Drug Store Carrie.. Full Line of FRESH ft EW DRUGS "udPATENT MEDICINES. Prescriptions Cart-fully compounded at all hour, of the dy or D'ght. JOHN SHIER, Proprietor, Upper Main Street, DeLamar. THE PANACA CO-OP HAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL LX2TE OF Fancy Dress Goods Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Groceries & Provisions, Hay, Grain & Flour. A iree corral with a good camphouse. C P. RONNOW, MGR. Panaca - - - IsTevaciei. RICE BROS. Panaca - Nevada DBALSR8 I XT DRY GOODS AMD itfOTIOWS, Ladies Dress Goods, AfulllineofBoots&Shoes Gents Furnishing Goods. Confectionary Stationary, Perfume & Fancy Articles. op I-ilQTJOPtS & CIGARS ; Ber, ShP on the Side.. Firsclass Job work at Record Office. J. C. Brown, Proprietor. Cigars CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A CALL.' just on our say so. Whitehead, Miles AKD Co. DeLamar Nevada mm Toilet Articles And Sundries of Every ' Detcription.