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SANTA B YRBA.&A..
The Mot Charming Retort In Sonthern California. ' Thousands of Amsrioans orot the eontient to Southern California every winter of the Eaet; but ho many think of going e far to escape the equeallv extreme weather of deathdenliug Eitern summer "Southern California in summer? Whew! how hot it muat be.!" cried the winter tourist, it the terj throught if Uw Sunshiny State a few months latter. How little he knew whereof he spealtsl At trst thought it does seem strange, doubtless, to the u initiated, that the Land of Sunshine should be sought or oooling-off place during sumnier months; yet this year the transcontinental rail roads and one of ths greatest resort on the Pacific Cost are combining to create a summer tourist season in the country that hitherto keep warm in. But to those who know the truth about the wonderful land by the Pacific, it only aeeras strange that this more has not been made long before. It kaa became a fashionable habit to visit Southern California during winter months, so it seems impos sible that this particular can be good for any thing at any other time. Leaving fashion aside in dealing with the modern migration of foot loose Americans in serch of equable climate-a migration whioh, daring the past winter, reached truly mam oth propontiouson Pacific Coaat-thn truth i that Southern California bis the most delightful, ever summer olimate in the world- po rains, no sultry thunderstorms, nothing but olear. breezy days for allmost six months. Tou are used to think of it as Bummerrins in its own heat from Jane to October; but the facta areverv different. Drop into piotureeque Santa Bar bara, the moat charming resort of Southern California one of the old original Spaaiah settlements in ths midst of summer, and you will Ind aa the United SUtes weather records show that the thermometer, year in and year out, regiaters a var iation of but oomparitively few de cress from toe temperature 01 toe . ... . eorsesDondinr day in midwinter This fact, more than any other, makes Santa Barbara's climate the oat unusual and most delightful known to eomfortseekiog men. This summsr lovely Santo Barbara will be more attractive during tne months that are terrors on the Atlan tie ooaat and in the Middle Weet than it has been for fifteen years, for the paat winter kaa been one of the moat favorable in the history or southern California. Abundant rain that wonderoue tonia to the Californian filling Uia heart with glaJneea and hi ItiMil itli flows- sank di' into the fertile soil of the valley aftr the I'Uifr thirlif in my uioniu and garuuuoil witn tzi sums xuez mountains Htid contiguous rugged mountain peaks about Santa Barbara with welcome anow, that filtered lute the secret reservoirs of nature, Inter to deoend ou a lifetgiving mission to the garden and orchard below during the atill, clear-skied mouths that already are repreaeutiug turn nitu'ou the soutaren aborea of the Golden Gate. It will be alreitdy is one of the toreeous fruitful summers that is so fondlv looked forward to in this Land of Sunshine, where dryueas has prevailed for several yeara until mow: a summer of green hills, roll wavea of eoldeu wild mustard bloom i iiv' iuto flowering valleys, ami copious urp spreading down to tuo very cliffs ot the blue racim- The famous hunting and fishing in the wouutaiue back of this charm iniz old uiwaiou town of Santa Bar bara is assured again, aud great nreoaratioua are being made iu the country round for an influx of pleaaure eeskt rs from other portioua of the Stato. Glorious us it has been by the wtur of the past winter, SauU Baruaiai to inaugurate this summer a season for .ateru aud MiJdi Western touriita equal, it is propbe bk-.I. to that of the ruahing winln aaontl: Tliia nioveis UeiuK i.. i.ii.o by tho Futu r, the great uew bote! opeut-d hi Suutu Barbara last wini.-r. It is the moat maguitieient caruvau iaiy on tin- itic coast, and becaniv famtiua tli. ooimiry over last winter bv b vii.g uiiti- r its roof at one time more multi-millioiiares thun ever were gathertd Uttlur before in any rvsort hotel in America. ih list was haled by John D. Rocke feller, Hiid ran down through the J. Pi-riHi.t Morgan family, eto Southern Californians are looking forward to this first move to keep one of their great tourist hotels open he vear round l I predietioa U the Country Beautiful is at least to j be appreciated for its unsurpassed anmmer weather as well as lot its famous winter climate; and begun, as it will be, beside the most beau tiful and tranquil bay along tne wa- tern shore, a great boom is expected in yachting circles and in old oceau ports on ths South Coast. "A Tourist." STATE NEWS. The Uurcury reaohe4 0 urteea below sere at Elko laet Tburaday. Over $18,000 worth of bullion was shipped out of Virgins City last week. A passenger and freigh auto is to be run between Wsbuska and lerringhm. Ahaavy snowfall is reported in the mountains in the Eastern part of the j State. The Southern Paoifio is about to ; install the block signal system be- tweeu Beno and Ogden. Five Chinauien and one white ! man have Ibeuu arrested at Uaw-j thorns on a charge of selling whiskey . to In ilia us. j The reopening of the school of Eureka has been postponed again bioius of the prevalence of scarlet fever. i M. A. Murphy a miner at the Dea-1 ert Queen Lin at Tonapah, fell down the shaft last week and wss killed instantly. The new mill at Tonopah is ready for uuisuee. It cost $8,000 and is built of iron as to the walls and roof, the floor being concrete. About 15 feet of the Homestead tunnel remains to be cleaned out and timbered, but undoubtedly train will be runing through in a week. It is estimated the repairs to the tunnel will reaoh $25,000. There are now more than 200 pa tients in ths Nevada State Hospital for Mental Diseases, whioh number appeared to be alarmingly large for a Bute the total population of whioh ia in the neighborhood 45,000. The Wadsworth Dispatch aays: The theatre diaaater of Chicago haa evidently frightened the city council at Beno. as it has inveetigated the MoKissiek opera house in that eily aud is likely to condemn the atruo tun. Tom Smith. short termer, at tempted to escape from the State prison Christmas day by secreting himself ia a small reservoir ia the bath room. His absent wss dis covered ' at laok-uptime and he will get a long term in the dungeon on brad and water. About the nerveat bit of burglary that be conceived oocured ia Carsoa few months ago. says the News. Soma energetic oititea secured a tesm and wagon night, backed lue outfit upto the ueilibjr' woid shed aud stole about una a id one half cords of wood, took th chips aud sxept'tbe flour, leaving the woodshed with out as much as kind ling ia it. The operation whs emiu entiy successful, as the perpetrator has never been disoovervd. Splendid Showing. Th receipts of the atum luud Ollict) for the yar endiug December 81, 1003, sod aid to tie Hints treas ury, were $1:10,593 4'J During the year 58,307.87 acres of land were U. plied for, pririicpally in Lincoln, Elko, Nye, Humboldt and Washoe counties, tbe acreage applied for in the several counties bi 'ng in tbe order hnil. These ImihIm rert 'd to the St'u lor noa iu .lit of i i ire.it and other causes, first payment having been made oa all of them by the origiual appli cants, making a olear gain of $19, 884.49 to the school fund. TO WHOM IT MAY CONuERN. Th- iiiivm of yinUt throughout the S...tf Ima far aouie time back en,: aged the intention of tbeDepart- uivnt of CliHimatry. As a eonae qui nee, tli an ilysis of soil samples, whiuli W4H tirai d. lat by fire aud than by latv. f prorer facilities for their an il.VHi , his biva c-npt-llrd it Miff' r ntg.' l i cuuae of ihe al- mont excltivivi attention ol M e Dt'.itiueiit u tUt current work that wax aeut iiito the laboratory. It ia dt sirt-t now to complete the analy aia of tlit1 N'li! samples at tbe very arlirHt opportunity aud, therefore, w take this method of giving notice to the friends in tut Stato that for a few month they will con fer a favor by not aeu ding any sample for analysis, unless it be ia the case of aa epidemic of disease in soma portions of the State, lours reepeetfally, (Signed) J. & Stubts, Dirastgr. REUNITED. r kaw taluk in' ot it ever, aa' It 'pears t mm la-day Tbe war' the biggest blessln' U.i ) vr ooM our wari 'Court, thar'U t tone abUn', aa' a fa mora ( 'U be What- lb data! la the seedier Voak their purtlMl at a Far that's t be eipeoted: fcet-4h tbint that aukaa ma t4 That to war's a havalp Measla' la tb wounds that It'll hal! Tbe eld wounds tbat'a ba reckUa aaaaa th dty that Otn'rul L--aid we'd rest aa' think It rr kf tbat ald-tima appla treat f aa tb bora that fls ua la tbe aaiaa eaate f bl Oa th tama froutiT bal aa' keartr, ' -hakln' bowdy-dot Am' I bur tb ban' play "Diet,'' aa' 1 eae 'am march away, 'Till I oaa't Mil mw th blue la, aa I'm aataaA up on tb grrt The I4 war taui air rlaeiar, aa' "Pizla'a',' e th rtaa; Bat "Task Doodla" fellers fr it'a kaU war t th aklaal aVa tb eld "Btar-8po(t Beaaar" Is la var atpl'a chlm. Aa' I toll you. we're abavta ef a kelle- lula time! I'm slad I'vi lived te aee It; I'm (tad the time la com When, north an' aeutb, w aaawvr te the roll-call of the drum) When thar ain't no iln dlvld ua, but north an' aouth w ten" For jeit one common country eae free- dom-lovlu' Un'l Tbat'a whar the war'a a bleeala', that' whar 'peara Ilk I aa A. krl(htr mornln' breakla' ea the hllli for you an' met lt'a ihoulder now to abeul4p-thar ain't no blue or sray An' w'r ahoutln' "Hallaluta." aa' we're happy on tbe way! P. L. Stantont la AtlaataConatltutloa. tDtUi O A 'COOff EUIt. n fsmag woman here have iiscov erd new kind of aport, whieh is noth ing more nor leas than 'eoon hunting. They have been oat twice within a weak, and had no end of fan in tramp ing round through the woods and swamp at midnight aud later hunting the cunning 'eoon. They engaged the aarricaa of aa experienced hunter, who has had wide experience in bunting big game iu the Rocky mountain, and knows all the haunts of the wild an imals In this vicinity. Four young women started out under this famous hunter's guidanae about ten o'clock a few nighta ago. They wore rubber boot and their shortest sad oldeat golf akirts. After they had tramped through the ewetnps and over tb ateep, rocky bills for three miles the hound treed a 'eoon. Th hunter managed matters so eleverlr that each girl in turn had a ehaae to blase away at it, and there haa bean a dlepute ever ainee a to which of tbe young women broagbt tb creator down, say tb New York Journal. Nat estiafled with thla, they went out again a law nighta ago, but thought it would be mora fun to he a few young men with them; eo tbey enlarged the party, with the aid 'coo a hunter for chaperon. Tbey managed thla time, by laying out until two o'clock in tbe morning, to get two 'eoona. On their way back ona of the girls got stuck eo fast In the mud that ahe had to be pulled oat by th united atrength of several of her friend. Tbe aport will b con tinued with a large hunt soma time next week, when th 'eoon hunter will bar a party of about 10. Es will di vide them up into aquada, giving a hoood to aaah squad, and se welea arty will have th bt success. atiml to m Cavwt aavet mar of tfeswvertnff a gold rvawwnted hrHoa.K.K.WiU- aoem. fn-grnral for western. Aue- creila, in hie lecture at meeting ot the Royal Colonial inetltut. held at th Whitehall room recently, undr the preeidency ot the earl of On alow. In lftSt the MaUlns gold field was dis covered by a lad In this wht: The boy la picking up a atone to throw at a row observed a speck of gold in It, and reported it to the nearest resident magstrat. This gentleman wae so exalted at th new that he telegraphed to the then governor and stated that a lad picked up a atone to throw at a erow, la hie excitement omit ting to any "and saw gold in it." So the governoi wired back these words! "What harp pead ta ths erow I"1 tendon Tele graph. f RnnpT.iFTiwfi nr pahts. tkva OaalSBl Tn te SlMl rav te WMk, The ways of women shoplifters are thus described in s foreign journal: "At the Bon March and the Louvre, la Pari, a regular allowance la made for shoplifting in the debtor and cred itor acconnta; the daily turn thua reg latered ia surprisingly high. Beaidea amateur kleptomaniacs, female tbievea make a continual raid on the counter, and, notwithstanding th vigilance of the' inspectors, they manage to reap a good liurvest. These women usually vrtCr akirta aa full ns fashion will allow, with very deep and capacious pocketa; tbey alao weur ahoea, not boots, and have stockings cut off, so as to leavs ths toes free. They preas close to tb counter, where s rapid motion of the elbow, favored by some dangling fringe, catches the cov eted article and throws it down. Then, quickly, the foot slips out of tbe ahoe, and tbe toca, exercised by long practice, draw the lace, or whatever it may be, under the long aklrt. where It remaina hidden till an opportunity occurs Of quickly secreting it iu the pocket." vr-7wt9aJws.'s HE SALT lAKB RIBUNE f - Seme SM a aaaaneu mm mtmu- a4 as tail ataiaj wai W Mm IIiix ji, l anasry. Masas. rata Tviavownx ai j' '""" Pioche and Stage Via i alientes J A.. DKNTON Proprietor. Mages leave DeLamar at 7 A. M. every day. Leave Panacaat 11 A. M. and Pioche at 8:00 A. M very day, coiinectug with the S L, L A & S L Railroad at Calientes. Pioche Office at Thompaon'b Store. A. IS. Thompson, Agent. Prescription Delamar, KUES H EW Prescriptions Carefully vnmaoaaded at all boar nf the day er eight. JOHN SHIER, Proprietor. Snnoribe for LOBSTERS RISE IV PRICE. Th Wh Are Faaal l th Cra. taaai Will Hav to Pa Mr tmr Theaa Thla Year. "This year people who are fond of eating lobstera will have to pay dearly for the privilege ot indulging their ap petites in such sea food, for the reason that the crustatreana are scarcer now than ever before," aaid wholesale deni er in fiith in New York to tbe writer a day or two ago. "Mve lobs'rra are at present selling at SO cents per pound, ami as only comparatively vuiull catch es are daily reported by the fishermen of Htonlngton, Block Island, and other well-known lobatering grounds aa far east as Portland, Mr., the Indications arc that a further advance of from five to ten centa a pound may eoon be looked for. "Ten year ago almost any quantity of fine lobstera could have bean pur chased Id Xew York at the rate of fire ceata a pound. The average size of live lobsters that then came to market was SO inches long, not counting claws. The largest average now is not more than half that 'length. There used to be plenty of 14-pound lobatera and I bnve seen them weighing 18 pounds. A lo!. ater a large that would have to be .10 yeara old at least. This shellfish grows alowly, and at three yeara old Is not much bigger than a crawtleh. A lobster under five yeara old Isn't tit for market, but thouaand of such youngsters have to pass muster on our fish stalls nowa days. "Tbe present dearth of lobstera in New England waters is largely due to the enormous number of undersized ones that have in the past been caught and sold for canning purposes Id MhIih", Millions of small shellfish that should have been allowed to develop and breed were thua annually exterminated, and the result has been that the supply of eatable lobsters haa dwindled from 30, 000,000 in 1889 to probably less than 5,000,000 in 1869. "The regulations concerning the cap ture of lobstera in New Enrland waters are now na stringent as any game luw. "No lobstera are being canned In Maine for the reason that the short lob ster law haa killed the business in tlir.t state. The canners do not find it profit able to buy lobatera at the present high rate, and they cannot purchase short ones or shellfish weighing less than ten pounds. , ... "For the last four years energetic ef forts have been made by the United States fish commission to Tptore lob ster to t! fir former oln.-' L planting millions '! lobsli Fisher's Intend sound en-' coast as far us Mv,ine. ' chief anrm'v of live Jobst- . th Itritifh prov' 'n. ... Ilfi;t arc sh'-". l here t tear fitted with wells .at hii -for loli". ." i,m ;5,OO0 lott.r. 2 eri steamer ton a 'mI Jst-v York rind ' cities t1i NiMcra ii:- ship; ' ' I anle dealer n'l over the Thlteil States." Washington Star. America Dlamaad. Oreaalonn'.ty small diamonds have been found u.'iioLg i!.e riugca of gravel brought down from tbe north iu the age of tin- irlaciers and scattered over the state l.nrderii:" on tho preat lakea. Prof. Hobl.s. of the Cnlversity of Wis consin, thinks tha' thee i S-.n.m,ds came from tome .l"c In t -. i-. -'a. ur.d that by tracing bat-k th 'n' ad vi'nee of 1 i- (.'lai-iiis the :.::':, .'. 1 1 tt tion of the gems -jay br !. m-ied. An effort to esrry out Prof. Ki.I I.h' sug gestion la tb be ir:. ami i'rof. H. I,. Fairchlld, of th I i.iversily of Urn-heater; Prof. !. C. ButkCil, i.f the Si lver sity of M'.l.'ican; J'rot. J. P. Iddlngs, of the Ut.lvi-vsity Chi i . "'.and Trof. O. C. Par-.! ;r-ton tb li Colum bian niun ii' . wl',! opiix:e by sam lulng. without ch' .: anspected gems found by rson living uear th gla eial moraines. Yuth' Companion. An loea 3t tot iiuil) PpMsjvl TUi- hlM 4-hm fcMaSjfyoU WtftitsV Vfrtof Km ufiKKatUJ A CX.. nuai auot- it.au mtim m DeLamar Line. and Pauaca. Drug Store Nevada. DRUGS ' PATENT MEDICINES. Toilet Articles And Sundries o Every Description the RETOEB riOGHK LODOK HO. M TBK BKQULAR HSKTtMih of Ploebs Loa So 11,1.0 TI W..n u.lrt la Odd ,llow' Hill on ' WadBAStUv aTAulagof esca wei t t:30 o'oIikjV ab. Viaitloa brmhar rertrdull IdtIIp'1 toattaud. W. 4. Duns M. W. Job Bwtna, RMordn. i'titr-nt LtD4 ii. t MKKTll V tt ri'i HDV Tt:, ilop li. tb"i (!!' Sl lsltlne Uw.tl, -' . dull, n lt.i n ,ln-' . A. A. Cirm. ft J D. Csmpbell. SM-rt-rv. FREE Send your name and ad dress and you will receive by mail, postpaid, 15 selects. 1 popular song and music. Chicago Flavoring, Co. The Largest Mail Order Houas in ths West. The new fashion catalogue of Men's Women's and Children's ap patel, household supplies, eto., issued by Weinatook, Lubin k Co. Sacramento; Cal., is the handsomest book ever sent out by them. Many of the illustrations are works of art. The book is free, and valuable to have, whether one cares to buy or not. Weinstock, Lubin A Co. do the largest mail order trade in the west. That ia proof that their goods.prices and service sre of exceptional merit mTT-yntn ttai. Jf XC33 24 Pages i Teddy t IQuattaaad. INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR POSTPAID, sain tea umu oorr. MINING scientific PRESS U ILiXZXT ST.. IaM nUSTJMC. CJJL NDT IN ANY TRUSJ Maay awSpaare aava lately elvea eumney la report! by Imapoaslbl paitlM to th ffaet that THE hJW H6ME SEWINI MACHINE CO had tsttnd a trust er combination ; we wish k ueare the pabll thatthw la truth In moh nporta. W have ba manufacturing swing aaachta tor ovr a qaarter of otatu ry, and hav established a reputation for our tlv aad our maehinM that la th nvy of all othtrs. Oar "few Jf " machine ha uvr bD rivaled aa a family aaaahla. It steads at the head of all Bigh Grm4m sswlag maehlB, aad staada on It oteis aaenta. t0 -Vim Veaw" ia (JaeMl recO jrxcji em ad iir jkmm It I ae assasssry toe as ta eater tale a traat to eav ear ersdlt pay any dhi aa w hav ao dhw t pay. W hav Bvr ratarsd lata uapaalUoB with maBBlhctarsr f low grd cheap aaahiaa that are made la sell rgard taaa at any tauiasie merit. Do net be de calved, whea yea waatasewlag maehiaedoa't Ml year aaoswy away frona home ; call aa ( M JTmb Mmmm" DamUr, h eaa sell yea ataobln tar leas thaa yoa eaa panhaae alaewhat. If taw la ao 4Jer aar yea, Wfll direst Id aa. TSI IEW HOME SEWIKI UACHISE CI OMANOC, MASS. ' Vw Terk, Chtaafls. IU., SH Ixmi, M., A Baa) ta, Oak, DaiaM, Tx., Baa rruxtMu, OmL The way to tell the truth ibout Schillings Best cottrj Mvorni..' iretir is to money-back them. Lincoln County Record. BY RECORD PUBLISHING COMPY. C. W. GARHISON. LEASEE. Th Raooao represenU the intereHta of a vast section of rich niinersl country, now being opened up bv a line of railroad. Our Job Department LKTTFKS H !' A !). pili. rr::i) STATEMRNT8, DISTRICT & JUSTICE COURT BLANKS. Sr.wc II) 1 1 -v E1 Tiii: MAAUN Hi bet rifle made pouite ol tb old rn-riu eonvenlnc, a raoM . - UIH K,t th T la. ... . ! I t ft i c '. :MA un a l o constructed that the a.m. T ,mProvd "lter. 'Wdre.'. .ja .hort a?d toi ' "owing mo, fir., ,a i, the re, .,. short and Ion, idcea Ur, h... .! rePa'9- 'i.Je uauie rim nr. cenior tridge larger than tlw are ju.t the thing for smuJ hog. and beef hTnKa you have .k. ' ' Th.llarlirH.ndBoLv SO and tell, how to c.rf hr valuable booh fr E ""UN BEAR 'imiimmm'm-. PRINTS PROGRAMMES, SHIPPING TAGS, RKCKfPTS, ENVELOPES 19. jBlibra, 1 farrr. i, ."" mng th good J1"! with tb. IHTTf . ' J?Vhort e"(Te 17 lo" iiJ1 ,he flr, sooo cartridpt,. v.rf f " ?"""' lA"9 ""d how ". fir axmi. Thi. MS CO EW UAVEu'rT li?.1 haven, ct. lJI