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Pioche Weekly Record
THURSDAY. DEC. 28. 1899. fabllahed Iwrj Thursday Hf Record Publishing Company, orncKt ataoio Brnuuxa. . LAOOCk iteut. Twine: Wirttdii. Oh Tmt. by Kail - Sit Sfoataa, . 14 W i a to AtmtlMac rata, furil-bs t apui epplteatln. at he .Am. . tstr4 a tbe rort i c M Flee..-, 'trade, u Mm4 0lM iutir. OnnilaUHi are soil ad, bat Ik. aperwlll I be reepoaulble for the oplalone o ts aot a- easts. deli'HtreJ by Carrier at 50 omt$ per Month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Jno. Hammond and wife were in from Eagle Valley yeaterday. Joe Delmue and wife were in from Bound Valley yesterduy. ' Will Hollenger was in from Eagle Valley and spent Christmas with Tiochers. Melo Lazarovitch, who has been working out at Bristol, came in to fpend the Holidays. It is reported that the ice at the Condor Canyon is fourteen inches thick and clear as crystal. A number of people around town are complaining of colds. This is good weather for catching colds. Paul Sucetti, who has been work ing on his mine at Stannede Gap, came in town to spend the Holidays with his family. Alex. Orr and his son Hoy have completed the assessment work on the Navy ' mine in Highland Dis trict. The men from the Poorman mine had a little too much Christmas and only one of them appeared for work the next morning. On aocount of the cold weather and the freezing up of the water at State line, the Johnny mill has been clos ed down indefinitely. Ed and John Deck came in from - Deerlodge on Friday. John return d the following morning accom. - panied by Miss Harrington. Word waa received from T. J. Osborne from Salt Lake, that he has taken a severe cold, and an attack of asthma followed, oh account of the ama will be delayed a few days longer. For Holiday travel, The U. & P. R. R. Co. will tell tickets on Deo. 43, 24, 25, 31; 1899, and Jan. 1st. 1900, to all points on its line at one fare for the round trip, all tiokets limited to Jan. 3rd, 1900. t J. B. MoGee who has bonded the Copper King mine near Stanpede Gap, sent two men out last week to Mmmenoe development work on the property. If things materialize as espeoted, more men will be put on very shortly. England is torn from center to oircumference by the overwhelming defeat of their idol General Buller at Tugila river last Friday. The British lost 1097 men and eleven guns. It was the most serious re feree of the war. Hon. W. J. Dooley, accompanied by Andy Noonan, Mrs. C. O. New all and Mrs. Benson, came in from Stateline on Friday on their way to Delamar to spend the Holidays. Up on arriving here Mr. Noonan lost his position (in the wagon) which was immediately filled by Mrs. W. D. Prewitt, and Andy had to take the fast mail from here on to Dela mar. There lus boon considerable trouble lately with the express matter billed to Pioche. Most of it has taken atrip to Delamar, then back to Panaca and some has even gone back to Uvada to try it over. This is bad enough, but what is worse, two men, strung- ers in this section, waybilled at Uvada for Pioche, got into the stage for here, as they thought, but landed in Stateline that evening. Tbnt is coming close. Our Deputy Sheriff took an Indian lodger, who had a little too much "lire-water" aboard, into his hotel which is located just behind the Court House, on Christmass day. There was another Indian in the aame eouditiou, but not being wil ling to accept it n invitatiou to the above named hotel, took leg bail and wheu last seen he was going over the summit towards Panaca at a S-tuinute gait They have a stringent homestead law in Texas. Down there a man ant mortgage a home of 200 acres orlesx, aveu if the wife and chil dren are willing sign to the mort g aege. Nor eau it be taken for debt, por can it be sold unless the wife eignsaad acknowledges the deed in S'vate and before an officer out of t husband's present. Alton A. Carman Returns. Alton. A. Carman who has been in the western part of the State for the last four years, returned to his home on Sunday evening's stage. Al as he is commonly known, has been attending the University, and working on the Rail Road during his stay in that section of the coun try. He has grown to be a powerful man, and is a great favorite with his classmates and is the pride of the Foot-ball team; having always play ed where the heavy work was to be done, which he has always performed with credit to himself, and honor to the team. How long he will remain with us, we have not acertained. But wish him success wherever he may cast his lot. CHRISTMAS DAY. Christmas was as pretty a day as any one would wish to see, there be ing very little snow on the ground and quite warm and pleasant. All was quiet and peacable until about 1 o'clock when the Kaud boys turned out and made a little music which livened up the old town con siderable, and made it seem like old en times. In the evening there was a dance at Thompsons Hall, and it suprised a good many to see the number of people there are left in Pioche that are danoers, there being four set on the floor most of the time. The dance was a very pleasant one and waa kept going untill 2 o'clock a. m. when all retired to their re spective homes having had a very enjoyable Christmas. FOR SALE. One spnn heavy draft horses. One 8 years old weighing 1 400 and the other 10 years old weighing 1050. One 3-inoh Cooper Wagon nearly new. One set double harness com plete, all for $200 cash. Apply Joseph Foster. Mrs. J. D. Campbell offershe Piano for Raffle, 150 tickets at $2.00, a ticket. It is a square piano, Wm. McGammon make, and is in good oondition. So great is the demand for labor in some of the manufacturing towns of Pennsylvania that many new employ ees coming from other places are compelled to sleep in tents. It is evi dent from this that General Pros pertyis making a winning canvass. The Baldwin Locomotive Works has just installed in its erecting shop a crane whioh has a span of 158 feet, it will lift a 195,000 pound locomotive 40 feet in the air, car rying it 33Gfeet and set it down again in three minutes and thirty six seconds. No feminine visitors are allowed to go through the Cramps' yard in Philadelphia because every time a woman passes through the shops every one of the 7,000 workmen raises his eyes from his work, for a fortnight ia lost to his employers. Chioago Inter Ocean. A horse can draw on the worst kind of earth about four times as much as he can carry on his back. On a good macadamized road he can pull ten times as much; on a wooden road twenty five times as much, and on a street railway fifty three times as much. The Denver Post says: Governor Roosevelt began an address to a mothers' congress a few days ago by saying: "I am not a mother." If it was a mothers' congress of the usual brand every woman in the house could no doubt have truth fully responded. "Neither am I, Governor." The Britishers use lyddite shells, and war baloons, and armored trains; but they get whipped by people who use none of these. Before they can get us to unite with them "for better or for worse" they must demonstrate to our satisfaction that they can fight better than other white men armed with modern weapons. Stockmen mav file on 160-acre tracts of land for reservoir sites. The fee is $3 for each filing. One may hold the land for two years, at the eud of which time a reservoir must have been built on each 160- acre tract. If the reservoirs are liuilt and contain water, then the holder of the land, without furtner fees, files an affidavit eaehyear, aud thereby hold the land. The sale of turkeys at Columbia, Mo., a town of 6,000, has reached a remarkable figure. No less than 2, 000 turkeys are marketed daily. Cit izens were treated the other day to the novel spectacle of a drove of 1, 0J0 tur. eys being driven through the streets of the town on foot, like a heard of cattle. They had bean collected in all parts of the oountry and driven for eight miles over the Ashland turnpike road. Not one ea 1 raped. STATE ITEMS. Battle Mountain amatures present a drama on New Year's night. A carload of government horses were shipped from Battle Mountain. Tuesday. A Han Francisco buyer has recently purchased a number of horses and mules in Reno. Prises paid were very fair. No new cases of Smallpox have de veloped at the Carson Indian school mid all of the sick patients are doing veil. Galena, Lander county, gives promise of again coming to the front as h bullion producer. The district contains some very rich mines. Proctor A Allen will put in four 1,000-pound stamps at once on there mining property at Olinghouso, washoe county, and an engine for a ten stamp mill. The Ely Mining Company's prop erties at Ely, White Pine county, are showing up well. The ore body is increasing in width and samples range in value from $50 to $90 pr ton. The yield of the placers of Osce ola, White Pine county, this year was $15,000, representing the work of seven men, and the owners expect to maintain this yield indef initely. It is rumored that the Virginia Chronicle will shortly commence proceedings for criminal libel against W. McC. Gotwaldt, a re porter on the Journal, for pub lishing that it was going to suspend Recent developments of the ore bodies on the lower levels of the Dex ter mine at Tuscarora are very grat ifying. The mill is now running on ore which shows a sensational in crease in value over that formerly worked. Fireman Schoer, who was killed in the accident at Terrace the other day, was on his eighth trip at the time he was killed, and it was his thirteenth day injthe company's em ploy in that capacity. The body was taken to Wells for burial. Indian Frank, the murderer) of Mrs. Del Grosse in Lander county, still maintains stoical indifference as to his fate. He is to be hanged on the 26th proximo, and doesn't ap pear to be half as much worried about it as the officer who is to conduct that suspension ceremonies. Panaca Notes. A number of the employees of the Smith Brothers Saw Mill came to town to spend the Holidays. Sunday night the Mutual Im provement Association, met in joint session, and an interesting program was rendered. The grand ball Christmas night, was a complete success both finan cially and socialy, a large crowd be ing in attendance. Eagle and Spring Valleys especialy being heavily rep resented. Mr. John. Austin and Miss. Clara Lee were married Wednesday eve ning Dec 27th. Mr. Austin is a resident of Delamar, and is well and favorably known through this section of country. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lee. The ceremony was per formed by Bishop F. C. Lee. The large crowd of visitors has given the town a very lively ap pearance the last few days. Mr. H. M. Warner the Principal of our schools went to Provo, Utah to spend his Holiday vacation. Jennie and John Wadsworth and urn Konnow who have been at tending school in Provo, Utah came home to spend the Holiday vacation. Dec. 27th. 1899. Gov. TEACHERS INSTITUTE. The annual Teachers Institute of Lincoln County, Nevada, will be held at the School House, in Dela mar, Nevada, on the 11th, 12th, and 13th, of January, 1900. All teachers of Lincoln County, are requested to attend and contribute papers on the subjects heretofore selected and al lotted to them by the Committee on Program- All persons interested in the cause of education are cordially invited to attend and contribute on auch aubjects aa they may desire, F, R. McNamee, Co. School Supt; Notwithstanding the abundant prosperity the Mo Einleyites tell us the oountry is enjoying, banks are breaking in the East. Last week there was a big failure in Boston and tha other day the Produce Exohanee Trust Coninanvof New York closed it doors. In Mexico children who have their lessons well prepared are allowed to smoke. All classes of job work turned out at the RaooEo office, at reasonable prices. ' Ch.reke. la tha PhllllaM. A curioui! bond of sympathy between some of the people of these United States and one of the Philippine tribes has been discovered by a California sol dier, who tells his Luzon experiences in the pages of the Overland Monthly. TVneo the Vgreto chief, badly wounded in the February fight, was recovering from his hurts In our hospital in Ma nila, one of our soldiers who knew the Cherokee language, though he recog nized in the Ygreto's talk words that bore a striking resemblance to Chero kee. Ha tried the chief with a few sentences in Cherokee, with the re sult that the two soon readily under stood one another and became very good friends. As the California "thinking bay one t" who record i the incident says: "Here is a curioui item for ethnolo gists." NEW TO-DAY Teachers Examination. Notice Is hi if hi Kivm tl at t'e rigalar nunlns Hod ot appUctu-a for le.oh r'a dertillcatee, In an I for Line .In County va la. will be held at tha School Hons, In De am r Id aatd County, on tha atto.vHh and 10th of Jann r. 1900. nj paraoa dee Irons of taking huch -it nloa'lnn ebcu id notify the County 'norriutendeiit -n or before the 8th of Unuart , ishih. r. R. McN iru.e Cooi.y t- hcl nperlDtendent. Notice to Creditors. In hr Fourth Judicial l'lsrlcf Court of 1 1" Mat of Nr.va.ta, In d for las County of Lincoln. In t ho Matter of the Estate of Jone Taylor, Deceased- NOTICE In harebv given that the nn' ersigned haa been duly appoint d and qnalned by the Pia. trict Court i tha Fourth Ju iicial District of tbe State of Nevada, in and lor eald Ooun'y of Lincoln, as Administrator ol the esatn of Jonea Taylor de oenaeu, late of el county nf Lincoln. All creditors having c alms axaluat aaid eotate are requ.red to file the same, with proper Timbers attached, with tha oleik of aaid Court wiihln three months after the first publication of thla notice. Walter Breder, Public Administrator, Admiiil.trator of said Estate Dated December 13th. 189. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an Fxecution Issued out of the Fourth Judicial District Court, of the State of Nevada, in and for Llnooln County, and to me directed and and delivered, for a Judgment rendered in aaid Ooun , on the sluteeuth dy of November A D. 1898 In favor of Dan el Koeder, and against C L. Roe. for the sun of Ei ht Hundred anu Nine and 27-100 (W09.ai) Dollars, debt, with lntrent thereon at the rate of one and i.ne half percent per nrnnth from the dato of eid Judgment, together with forty. one and 15-100 112 39) Dollars, coats, aud all costs ac. orumg eoata, aud interest, I have levied on the fol lowing property to-wit; An individual nnt.h .If qnlnvnaft I. t-tiV..RniH. u milling uium" situated about four hundred feet aaa erlv from the M pi in .. Bristol Vllulug District, Lino iln flounty, Nevada, m t'lauu using recorded in Bojs "1" of Ulnicg Notices al oases 461 to 4St Inclusive I.U. nmn, ty, Nevada Records Alao, all of the S'anko Spanko Lode Hfnlug Claim, the aame helntf a n-inj-mtinn nf v i .... a .. Mine si'uated about six hundred feet easterly from the Great Eastern Shaft, in the Bristol Mining District, Lincoln 1 mi II tV NpVSlls laid f laim kali. recorded In Bwk-K" ol Minion Notioesst naxe. 10, 161 and 163, Lincolu 0 unty, Nevada Beoorda NOTICE IS II KdttHI OIVKS that IS.... .K. 9nd. day of Januarv. A. n 1000 .114 i..i,Mb.. of said day t will sell a 1 of the right, title and In- vi ma oeienaani, in ana to the above de. oribed pronertr. at ft mh T.ii.hnin .mnn. m. sda, at the front door of the Court H use, at Publlo auuion tor cast In band to tha highe-t bidder, to eathfy the aaid eiecu Ion. Jake Joanna, Sheriff By John Koing, Deputy Notice to Creditors. NOTICE M HER BI 81VES THAT THCN deraiened haa been duly appointed anu qutliDKl by the fourth Jndlcla District Court, 0' the Mate of Nevada. In and for Llnooln County, aa Adminlstra. tor with tbe Will an exed, 01 toe eatate of Jol n T. Oilmer, late ot said Co inty d-onaie t. All creditors bavtoii cUima gainst said estite ar required to ale tie aame, wiih p oper voucutrs at tached, with tbe-lerk of the Omrt within elxty days ot the first publication of this notice. V. K. McNamee. Administrator with Will annexed. Dated November. 80th, 1809. Notice to Creditors. Ia The Fourth Judicial Olatrlcl Coart of tha Mats ut Nevada, la and for the Cnunty of Lincoln. In the Mutter -of the Estate of William Culverwell, deceased. NOTICE la hereby given that tbe undersigned, have been duly appointed and qualified oy the Die. trict Oourt of the Fourth Judicial Dia'rict of tha State of Nevada, In and tor the County of Llnooln aa Admln'atrators of the estato ot William Culver veil deceased, late of said conuty of l.iuooln. All creditors having claims .gainst said estate are required to file the aame, with pr-per vou here at tached, with the Clerk of said court, within three months after the nrat publication of this loiIco. Alice S. Gnlrerwell I ...... James Ryan j Adminlst'ators T. J . Osborne, Attorney for Administrators. Dated, November SSrd, 19. Notice to Creditors la The Fourth JudlcUl Dlalrlct Coart ot tha Btato of Nevada, la anil for the County of Lincolu. Id the Matter ot tbe Eatate of . John Frank, daeeaaed. NOTIOie ia hereby given that the undermined haa been duly apoot t4 and qnailned by tbe Dl trict Uoort of the Fourth Jniiinii mB..i.t .1-. State of Nevada.' in and tnr lh. flmni. t . - as Administratrix of the eatate of John Frank da oaaaMi, laie or aan tmunty of Lincoln. All e edl'on bavins clelma ajalnat m .... ... required to flie the aame, wi h proper voucher at sura, who m. u.era 01 sale uour', within three montha after the first pu ill mtliu of thla notice. Loulae Frank, Idmitiiatratrix. T. J. Osborne, Attorney fn Ad ulnlatrelrli. Dated, November !3r 1, 18W. Tiun tax: of the Proceeds of the Mines. XTOTICt 18 HERKBT GIVEN THAT TH rex-a athe Prooaeda of tha Mines for the qatrier endtnj Juno SO, MM are bow due and paya ble at tha oflloe of the Assessor, at the Ooart house The law la recant to their alieetroa will be strictly anloroad. H. . FftKUD&MTHAL. rieese. H areas. Aaf, Ma 1M. NOTICE. To Holders of Certificitef Against Th General Conn j I'nnd Kocloa la hanky artvoi. tlaaa ta.ro Is bow la tha County Treaaary, tbi eua of fMS.Ti for tbe redaeuptkai of eer-ls.-at s ol Indebtedness against the General fund of L s.0 Bounty, e ada, and tbat aaalod Brosoaals or 1 10 sorreoder of such oerttBca.'e will be nwat. d I y aa, antll too next regular aaaatlauaf vo Btart it Oucb (. aoiaeloDers, fc.wtt: Not ( u, 1S, a proridaa la tbe law for the redeuiptioo vf a h art.flcataa, to the atatatoa of 180T. peg f. J. A. Heaarrr. Coram Taaiac-aa f 4 atola Co. Pioche. Nov . ix t. tr 1X9 fceiiftiisa Dssraoaftof a mt-cisMicftl or Inventive Blind deilrlt, trip totto Fauia Exposition, trUs foot stoiarT and expxw pttd. should write The PAtLXT IU.COJU, abaJtimore. Md. V a . f 18 4. hi- V"ei'ii 01 ft hi r I av y " ieum naval hero ty 'a m 1 r ; 1 or! - . he 11.-i-Iot biki ux frl- d in -utrtr f 'be im I'm eet ard IVftt b -k; nv rlUJU tgtt 8 10 !-: n rlj tOO pa en i- Itoi i in D-. Outv f M uoicduu di iu .a J. Bi iijid - Urn At r ; r fa litfit.ni Wm- q ifr. b" tan I n r-mpany, r. fl ! i od ' -i . .P. I. 4-8 99 WATER NOTICE. All persons using witter from tie "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 prac tise of throwing rubbish of any lind into the street. If they overlook this warning I will have it hauled away at the expense cf 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, ivraxae to Mea-mre. Repairing NeatlyJDone Satisfaction Guanntueii. Delamar and ;othe Nev. Moyer'sStage Line PIOCHE AND ELY. Lesvea Pioche every Monday and Thurs day morning- All Daylight Drive Good Accommodations at Hor ton's Ranch. Fare one aay $12. Round trip $20.00 A B. MOVER CLINTON STORE" DeLAMAR, NEV. Carries A Choice Line of Confectionery. Station try, rosh f rait . Notions, Alao Some of The Best CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Maggie Clinton, Proprietor. Tooth Talk... iElirilAL TEETH. My artificial plates are the most natural and perfect re production ot the teeth Nature gives in fit. action and n. pearance that it is possible ior expert sKill and the finest mechanical equipment to make meyare constructed and ad justed skillfully and lrnnnr ingly with consideration of toe natural expression and contour of the face, so light, comfortable, and wt-arable that their presence in the mouth is forgotten. Painless Extracting. Crown and Bridge V ori DR. D. C. BOYD. DENTIST, 1L Delamar - . Nev. Panaca Billiard Saloon,! . , , . J' CBrown Proprietor. I a large block ui th - Wines, Liquors and Cigars ooTLVOHHAWI). First Claba Pool and Bil ard Room. Telephone Exchange. Stage and Express Ag't GIVE HIM Newest Ideas In Shoes. If vou wist. fe t dressed neatlv and fnmfnrt ably, v 1 buy ur make of shoes. Easy d o. s am u prices, and styles that are ih tr in. t We aie especially well pleased with ti e sucess and growing trade in our shoe s-tock, but its due to our reasonable price, coupled with the best that the best markets can produce. Shapely shoes are easy if you come to us. Try a pair of our "Royal Blue" hhues, just on our say so. JAMES A. NESBITT, MAIN ST. OPPOSITE LACOUR. PIOCHE - - IvTEVjlDA OPENS WITH A FINE ST )CE OF FRESH GROCERIES, A NEW STOCK OF BOOTS JUSTRECEIVED j Best of Ucuor9 Whiskeys, Wines & Cigars. III I f trm JUllll VIIIIGI O C.rri.t . Full Line of FRES H "dPATt NT Prescriptions CMo'ly c . .-.pounded at all hour, ol th tiay r night. JOHN SHIER, Proprietor, THE PANACA CO-OP General Merchandise, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Groceries & Provisions, fflty9 Grain & Flour. A free corral with a good camphouse. C V. HON NOW, MGR. gaiiaoa, - - - Nevada RICE BROS. Panaca - - . ISTevad DBAUA8 n DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, Ladies Dress Goods, A full line ofBoots & ghoe Cents Furnishiog Ms. Confactionary Stationary, Perfume & Fancy Articlts. LIQUORS Barber Shop on First class Job work at Record Office A CALL Whitehead, Miles tM Co. DeLamar Nevada nils"! VM Li I UU OIUIU I' E W DRUGS MEDICINES. Toilet Articles Aud Sundries of Every Description. Upper Main Street, DeLamar. & OIOvA-RS the Side.