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Pioche Weekly Record.
THURSDAY. NOV. 16. 1809. Pnbllnhbd Krj Tharalaj Br Record Publishing Company, OrrtOE: MASONIC) BCIUHNO. Terms: ibsorlpuon. 0 Imi, b Wail Bit Months. " i u" 1 0. AdrertulM ral. f nrnUh" I npin piHri'"0 ! in oAm. Entered i ths fosfci-tice st Ploehs, A'Ts.la, wood-Glass nistter. Oomtaanieatt rat are suliolted, but Ibt paper will at be responsible lor the opinion! o tts eorre. pondeot. diilioo.red 6y Carrier at 50 voxti per Month. LOCAL AND OTSWISS. Ted Gentry was up fron Panacn Monday on jury duty. John Thomas was up from DeLa mar this week on jury duty. Joe Navelle came up from DeLa mar on Sunday to do some conrting this week. John Kiernan of Mendow Vall.iy Wash was in town Monday on jury duty. John and Will Newman cane up from the ranch Sunday evening, to serve as jurors. Joseph Freuchy of Puhranagat Valley was in town Bcvoral duys this week attending court. David Keel, of Pnuaca, also re sponded to the Sheriffs call as a juror, on Monday last. Geo. Richard came up from Pah ranagat on Sunday to act as a juror at this setting of court. Dont forget the A. O. U. W. Ball tomorrow night. A good time guar anteed. Mr. Davis, the Surveyor for the DeLa Mar Company, spent a few days it town this week. John Rosetti, proprietor of the People's Saloon at DeLamar was in town this week as a juror. Ren Heaps and Walt Long were up from Panaca this week respond ing to jury call. Bob Tuoker came in from Modena Sunday evening, where he has been shipping a drove of cattle. " Mrs. Walt Christian and children arrive 1 in town last week, they are living in Wm. Prices house on the summit. Our pedagogue has been suffering from a severe attack of toothache, and his jaw is swolen up so that he resembles the full of the moon. Ed Wheece, proprietor of the Utah Feed and Livery Stable at De Lamar, arrived in town Sunday eve, and is busy with court business. Pat Devlin came in from DeLa mar Sunday to serve on the jury, and as a witness in the Stanley vs. Mineral Mining Co's. case. Mrs. Joseph Conaway of Meadow Valley Wash, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. V. Warren, for the last month returned to her home pn Tuesday last. Mrs. Eva Owens, daughter of Mr and Mrs.John Middleton, passed through here on monday last enroute for Cave Valley where she will spend the winter with her parents. W. A. Denton has moved into the Bob Martin house on Wandell St From this, we should judge that Will intends to put in the winter with Piochers again. A dogfight took place on Tuesday morning and created quite an ex citement. After fighting for about ten minutes and both being knocked out the judges decided it a draw. Judge Rives, not having attend d court regularly here for some time, seems to have obtained a new hold on business here and our local lawyers seem to be laid on the shelf. Ike and Henry Garrison & Sons have about 20 cords of good ondar wood chopped and will begin haul ing to town next week. Any one in need of wood can now be supplied. Henry Wetland now has his store lighted up with a gasolin lamp which is a great advantage over the old style kerosene lamps formerly used by him in his store, and much cheaper. W. S. God be, President of the Pioche Con Co. accompanied by his on, Sam T. Godbe spent several days in town this week looking over the company's properties both hre and Mt outside points. They loft for the north again yesterday afternoon. It does uot appear that au immediate resumption of work is to occur here, lut a foundation for it in the future U beintf hi I, and it is hoped the lieginning i uoi fur off. Hailroad i-onuiructioQ in the immediate future will have a much to do with 'the start ng of work hereabouts however. DISTRICT COURT. The proceedings of the District court may be summed up as follows for the past week : The suit of B. F. Bonelli vs. T. J. Jones, and forty other defendants in the Muddy Valley, was tried before the C;urt sitting without a jurr. Plaintiff claimed 400 inches of water from the Muddy river for. use ou land at St. Thomas under an appro priation dating back to 1872. New settlers in the valley have run the water supply short. Plaintiff was awarded (0 inches of water and cost of suit. A motion for a new trial will be made in the cuse. The ejectment suit of W. B.Stanly vs. iue Mineral Union, Limited wus tried before a jury on Monday and Tuesday of this week. Judge Riven represented the plaintiff and F. It. McNamee. the defendant. Plaintiff holds a patent to the land at Good Springs and land immedi ately surrounding. Defendant enter ed upon the ground last Spring and claiming o find gold, silver and copper, proceeded to locute a mining claim and erect a mill for reduction of ores by a new process about to be patented by Professor Hirsching.the promoter of the company. The de fense inturposed was that mineral land were excluded expressly in all patents granted by the state. A number of assays of rock taken from the claim were submitted by the de fondant company while the plaintiff has been unable to secure assay values of any kind. The jury con sidered the showing of defendants sufficient and brought in a verdict in their favor. The case will be ap pealed. On Tuesday afternoon the trial of the suit of Chas Stein vs. John lloeder for damages for backing up water on his meadow land in Pah runagat valley was began before the court sitting without a jury. GRANT, DEWEY AND ROOSEVELT. The words of Grant at Fort Donel son were, "1 propose to move im mediately on your works." The words of Dewey at Manila were, "Gridley. you may fire when ready." The words of the Governor of New York at Santiago were, "Come on, boys, and we will lick hell out of them." Yoacham by "Joslah." Wm. Latimer is expected home on the 20th. Chas Culverwell business. is in Pioche on Joe Conaway went to Pioche on Thursday. Ted Liston started for the Muddy on Monday. Mrs. John Pippin and Chas. Pip pin visited Panaca Thursday. Dave McKinnon is back in the valley, and is putting up at the Cul verwell Hotel. Messrs Arthur and Ray Lee pass ed through here this week enroute for Panaca. Sam Kershaw and Mrs. George Latimer were in DeLamar this week on business. Miss Susie Yoacham has complet ed her visit to Miss Alice Culverwell and returned to her home yesterday. John Kiernan, Sam Carson and Jas. Bradshaw passed through here this morning. They are bound for the County seat to serve as jurors. News has been received from the Muddy that the "black-leg" has broken out among the cattle of Brig Whittnore. Quite a number have perished from the disease. Walter McKensie and George Woods came over from DeLamar last week for a few days recreation. They have been patronizing the Hotel De Culverwell. Mr Woods return ed on Wednesday. Mike Ferrell, who was seriously injured in the DeLamar mill some time ago, has been staying in the valley for the last month. He is get ting along famously and hopes to be entirely cured in a very short time. A rather peculiar but pitiable out fit passed through the valley a few days ago. A deaf man, a paralyzed woman, eight squalid urchins, seated in on old rattletrap for a wagon, drawn by two crow-batis as substi tutes for horses. The group hails from Kansas and are bound for Tex as. They had neither provisions nor money, but the good people of the valley showed their kindness by furnishing them with provisions and horse feed. Nov. 12th, 1899. JoeiAH. Spf ro Doclvelstich was up from DeLamar on Jury duty, He left for Panaca Tuesday evening, enroute home. PIOCHE LODGE 26. i A 0. u. w. Give A Grand Ball, Thompson's Hall. OX FRIDAY EVENING DO Reception Committee. W. J. Campbell J. H. Deck J. B. Donohue Ed. Donohue A. S. Leahigh James. Duflin J. A. Nesbitt W. J. Dooley C. O. Newell J. B. Wheeler P. R. Folwell John. R.Cook Wm. Jose ChaB. W. Garrison W. A. Denton John. Ewing W. E. Hammond F. R. Donohue B. C. Mc Donough J. F. Mc Mahou H. E. Freudenthal T. E. Edwards J. D. Campbell C. E. Holt J. S. Wbeatly Wm. Lloyd M. Cohen J. Delmue Geo. Nesbitt, John Shier C, M. Court H. J. Goodrich. Committee on Abranoements. II- E. Ereudenthnl J. D. Cnmpbell W. A. Denton C. W. Garrison H. J. Goodrich CoMMITTE ON Ml'SIO. W. J. Campbell H. E. Freudenthal W. A. Denton Floob Ditectobs. John R. Cook John Ewing W. E. Hammond Floor Manaoeb. H. E. Freudenthal. Tickets l.OO. Supper at "Dick's" GRAND MAIICII-" AT 8:30 SHARP. The Jury was discharged for the term, on Tuesday afternoon, and have all returned to their homes. N. J. Wadsworth.Hans Ipson Ren, Heaps, Walt Long and Will New man of Panaca- who served on the Jury, returned to their homes Tues day evening. The San Diego Union devotes half a front page to the Utah & Pa cific and the general railroad situa tion pertaining to the future exten sion of the road to the South Pacifio coast from Uvada. It was no josh when it was an nounced that Admiral Dewey und Mrs. Mildred Hazen. -were engaged to be married. The wedding took place at Washington on the morning of the 9th. inst. W. B. Stanley formerly manager of A. G. Campbell's ranchs, came in from Colorado on Sunday last, to attend court. Will looks as young and fresh as when he left five years ago. We beg leave to appologize for the oversight on our part to make men tion in our last issue of two births as follows. To the wife of Geo. V Warren a son and also to the wife of James Price a son, all doing well. The war demand for mules raised their price so that the best mules now sell at from $150. to $200. The United States government has pur chased sixteen thousand at an aver age price of about $100 each. If the mules could vote it would not be for war. The last issue of the San Francisco Union Printer has a notice of the death of T. L, Ham, an oldtime printer, well known throughout Nevada and California. He has been on the coast since '49. He was employed at various times on nearly all of the Nevada papers during the early 60's, having at one time been foreman of the Eureka Sentinel.also having held the same position on the Pioche Record and the Silver State. He was recognized as one of the best printers on the coast and up to the time of his death was employ ed on the big dailies of San Fran cisoo. He was a native 'of Ports mouth. New Hampshire, and 73 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Dooley came in from State Line Monday evening. L. M. Harwood, the DeLamar butcher, was in town this week as a juror. Mrs. John Dolan and children came in from Delamar on last even ing's stage. A. W. Geer, of Pahranagat valley, is in town as a witness on the stem vs. Roeder case. The ranchers of Pahranagat valley are greatly annoyed by fox-tail grow ing in their meadows. Mrs Dupont was an arrival in town Sunday evening, She is up on court business. James Bradshaw and Sam Carson of Meadow Valley Wash who was in town as Jurors returned to their homes on Tuesday. A sad accident occurred at the De La Mar mine at Delumar, Nev., on Sunday last, in which Jos. Mirk lost his life. Miss Alice Culverwell has been in town several days, the guest of Mrs. H. E. Freudenthal. She is here on business relating to her fathers es tate. NEW TO-DAY Our tee returned it we fail. Anv one sending sketch and description of any invention will promptly receive our opinion tree concerning the patentability of same. " How to Obtain a Patent" sent upon request. 1'ateuts secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. raieuis lateen out mrougn us receive special notice, without charge, in The Patent Rkcokd, an illustrated and widely circulated iournal. consulted by Manufacturers and Investors. oenaior sample copy free. Address, VICTOR J. EVANS & CO. (Patent Attorneys.) Ivan Building, WASHINGTON, D. 9. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Pis. trict Court in and for the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a u.lg'iion t render, d in said Court, ou the twenty-fifth da; of August A. D. ltw, in favor of Robert Thompson sud svalnst Jtiun R. Kui!lit, Mary I. KniKht, Turner Dsvis. Miry H. Davis, Mrs. B. W Eduey.John 8 Knlflht, Kally HcClur, W.Kuiglit Husa K. Daniels, H. U. Daniels, W A. Rhodes, Birdie E. Rhodes, Jss M. Wrlirht, Msrv . Wrhfht W II. Euiiibt and H. f. Knight, for the sum of Eighteen hundred (fl.KOO) Dollsrs, debt, together with mtereet st the rste of 9 per cent per annum from date of Judgrueut. snd all accruing costs sud interest, I have levied on the following property tn-wit: The "Roadside" mining clttm, the "Tilden" mining claim, the "3uninitt" mining claim, the Elbow" mining claim, and all water rights con nected therewith aud pertaining th -ret i, all of which are situated In Slvrtr Pr Mining District, about 4ft miles north of Pioche, in th county of Linooln. State of Nevada. NOTICE I HtRKUY GIVHN THAT 0 MON day the sixth diy of Nuvembsr A. D. 1839 at 13 o'clock noon I will sell all the right, title and in' terest of said defendants in an 1 to the above d- s crided property, at Pioche, Lincoln County, Nev. sda, at the front door of the Onurt Jouse at Public Auction, for Cash in ban I to the highest and heat bidder, to satisfy the said Execution snd all costs. JAKK JOHNSON. Sheila. Probate Notice. rS THE FOURTH jmilWAL DISTRICT COIIRT of the State of Nevada in and fur the County ot Linooln. In the matter of th. Estate of John T. Oilmer, Deoeased. Notice is hereby given that F. R. McNamee has filed witn the Clerk of thi Court, a p-Jtitiou pray ing for letters of alininlstration with the will an nexed, of the estate of John T. Gilmer, deceased and that Friday the 10th, day of November 1H99, at nine o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court room, of said court, at the town of Pioche, said County of Linooln, State of Nevada, has been appointed a the time and oUoe for hearing sild petition and proving the will of the said John T. Gilmer, de ceased, when aud where any pers.m lntare.std may appearand show cane why said pet tin should not ba granted and sid will sdmitted to probate. H. J, Goodrich. Clerk of said Court. Dated October 26th, A. D. 189. PROBATE NOTICE. TNTHK FOURTH JUTilOUL DISTRICT COURT -Lof the State of Nevada, In and for Lincoln coun ty. In the Matter of the Estate of H. H. Lull, Deceas d. Notice is hereby given, that tbe Fourteenth day of August, 1898, at ID o'clock of said day, at the Court Room of sad Court, at the Town ot flocho. in the County of Lincoln, Mate of Nevada, have been appoiuted as the time and place for proving the Nuncupative Will of said R. U. l ull, deceased, and for hearing the application of Joseph Conaway, for the issuance to him of letter testamentary thereon. H.J. Goodbiuh Clerk. Pioche, Nevada, July 97th. 1S99. F, R, McNsMkb. Atthrney lor Petitioner, ft 7-21 lOp. NOTICE FOR CONTRACT BIDS. By order of tbe Board ct County Oommisnioner. 1 will receive sealed bide for "twenty'" eorrie of of goo) cedar wood to be delivered at the Court House, Pioche. Btdi will be ubmitted to the Board on the 4th diy of September 1899. The Board reserve! the riht to reject ary and all bids. 11. J. GoonaicH, County Clerk and ex-offlcto CI rk of tbe Board of County CommieMonera. daud Auk. 7th 1899. T I B-IO -p TIIH TAX . of the Proceeds of the Mines. NOTICR 18 BERKBY OtVtS THAT 1H. i 'siva r. ths trocr.ts of the Mints for the qil.rtt-r vnillni Jurj 80, 1NW ai now ihi- an1 pars. Mr at ihs offioe of the srsHaor, at ths Court bou.a Ths law la rfcard to their e llratiua will be strictly enforced. It. . r hll Ht .NTH Al, Pioche, NeT.ds. Aug. 8th .seir vtfornia En terPn A . . ... ncatj: ,a is .: Konid, Ml Ct. JSSJSS I-?34 Tile SwA Miuhtttmn t Iks Hani QvlkT at Sweetened and Unsweetened Condensed Milk i NOTICE. To Holders of Certific vtet Against Tha General Conn J I rind. Notie Is k.rvbjr kItoi. tlsmi there Is now in the County Treasury, thi anm of f 51S.T2 for tbe redemption of certln-'at. a ot Indebtedness against tne General Fund of Liaco.n county, ie sds, and tl si sealed proposals for the surrender of such certificates will be received by me, until ths n.it regular meeting of toe Board of County Co.u ulssiuner., tuwlt: Sot. lib, 189, as provided In the lsw foe the redemption of such certificates, in the statutes of 1997, page . 1. A. Nl.Brrr. CorjtTT Tbkascks, of Lincoln Co. Pioche. NeT. Oct. 8rd. 1HM. de tiring a trip to the Parti Exposition, with good larr cd Tnnii''i pM, should write The AtT KCOKJ, Baltimore, Md. kiiarhiM ri ru ,n a if ft fTifTh ft ntr ) or Inventive mind AO KM (4 WANTED FOR -THE LIFE AND ArbltTemecii or Admiral 1 w-y." the world' frreatt naval hero, fcy Mniar Halataad. tbe life loud friend end admirer of the nation.! Idol. Biga ett and tel book; over 600 pt.gea.6xlO ncle: nearly 10O pa wen halftone tUuMtratioiu. Only$l.60 Enormous demand. Bin commiagioua. Outfit free. Ctianee f lifetime. Write quick. The Domin ion Oompauy, 3rd floor Caxton bldg., Chicago. r. i. c-8 w WATER NOTICE. All persona usiiig water from tbe "pipes" in Pioche are hereby notified not to let ttny water "run to waste", under the penalty of having their Water Supply cut off. Win. 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 nway at the expense of offenders. Henry Eiler, Street Supervisor. TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca, and Working through to DeLa mar. Open to Public Service.' Pioche Office at Henry Eiler's Panaca Office at J. G. Brown's M. C. GEORGE, Mia, do to lvlecasru.re Repairing Neit!y Done Satisfaction Guaranteed. DsLamar and f'ioche. Nev. M oyer's Stage Line Between PIOCHE AND ELY. Leaves Pioche every 'Monday and Thuri day morning. All Daylight Drive Good Accommodations at Mor ton's Ranch. Fare one way $12. Round trip 20.00. A B. MOYER CLINTON STORE" DeLAMAR, NEV. Carries A Choice Line of Confectionery, Stat!onery, Freslx fruits. Notions Also Some of The Best CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Maggie Clinton, Proprietor. Tooth Talk... MUFIIAL 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 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 wt amble that their presence in the mouth is forgotten. Painless Extracting. Crcwi and Bridge Work. DR. D. C. BOYD. DENTIST, Delamar - - Nev. 1 Panaca Billiard Saloon. A large stock of- Wines, Liquors and Iirst Class Fool and Bil ard Room. Telephone Exchange. Stage and Express Ag't ' GIVE HIM A CALL. Newest Ideas In Shoes. If you wish feet dYessed 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 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 "lioyal Blue shoes, JAMES A. NESBITT, MAIN ST. OPPOSITE LAC0UR. PIOCHE - - IsTE"V"ID.. OPENS WITH A FIItfE STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES, A NEW STOCK OF BOOTS JUST RECEIVED Ulest of ILiqiiors, "Whiskeys, "Wines & Cigars. John Shier 's Carries. Full Line of FRESH "PATENT Prescriptions Carefully compounded at all hours of the day or night. JOHN SHIER, Proprietor, Upper Main Street, DeLamxr. THE PANACA CO-OP General Merchandise, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Groceries & Provisions, IIaj5 Grain & Flour A. tree corral with a good camphouse. C P. RON NOW, MGR. Panaca - RICE BROS. Panaca - - - Nevada DKALER8 S3RY GOODS AMD WOTlONTf?, Ladies Dress Goods, A full line ofBoQts & Shoes Gents FurDLshing (Joods. Confectionary Stationary, Perfume & Fancy Articles. LIQUORS & CIGARS Barber Shop on the Side. irslg!gss ob work at Record Office. J. C. Brown, Proprietor. Cigars CONSTANTLY ON HAND. just on our say so. Whitehead, Miles and Co. DeLamar Nevada mm Drug Store EW DRUGS MEDICINES. Toilet Articles And Sundries of Every Description. - TSTi-v.rfa..