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Lincoln County Record state news.
FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1905. Record Publishing Compan, omoi: kusomo anun. Tirms: Mi Mtall. t Ik. .Ska. Satan i tU FMtoSto. a Floek. Imto .3 ..d-OUH""". Ddivered v Carrier at 60 on' p" Jfm(A. Miyor Cutts, the joml Ed. o( Roysl City, u in town during the week. , -. , The weather man did himself M-mid th!a week, no rain or bad weather. . , Missouri will amile when that ten ihnuamd mules will be needed for work on the Panama oanal. Mr. J. S. Smith, a mining expert armed Tuesday from Salt Lake and departed the following day for the Ida May mine at Bristol. The working force at the Ida May mine waa decrease from fourteen to nine men during the week, the lay off will only be temporarily. Eight days more in which to pay your eeoond installment of taxes. Treasurer Goodrich will close the books on the 6th of next month. The BsoOBD acknowledges an in vitatkmto attend the commence ment exercises of the Nerada State Cnitersity at Reno, May 28-June 1 Nan Patterson will go to work on a salarr of 12.000 a week. That is a striking commentary on the differ enceiatbis country between fame and notoriety. A man named Crofford was brought to Piocbs Monday by Sheriff Johnson and placed in the jail to await the action of the Grand Jury, charged with grand larceny. It is reported that a suit will be started by the State againat Lincoln County for $11 ,000 delinquent taxea that were not audited and reported to the State Controller since 1S93. Work on" the Pearine tunnel, the property recently purchased by Soott and Miller in which contract wss let a few weeks sgo to tap the old Pearine shaft, continues with two shifts. Our tonsorial artist W. J. Camp bell has fitted himself out with a flashy cart and three minute horse, the next ohspter will be Wilkes tak ing all the young ladies out cart riding and the numerous other t Pioche young gallants (?) going around town with bowed down heads. Work on the Abe Lincoln mill is Bearing completion and Manager Scott hoDes of being sble to start np full blast by the first of the month The Holdermsn cysnide snd filter ing process is completed and turned the first wheel this morning for a test run. The marriage of Jas. Dooghty and Miss Minnie Pettinger were solemn ized by Judge George Brown at Elko, Nevada, on Sunday May 14, 1905. The bride is well known in Lincoln County having taught obool in Spring and Eagle Valley and Caliente. Mr. Doughty is the assistsnt cashier of the Eureka County Bank in Elko. It the pin headed hornet who bad the nnsurpassably limit of gall to steal an axe from the Bsoobd office will return the same it will be greatly appreciated, and nothing more will be said about the matter, but when that disrespectful individual departs from this earth to the one beyond, St. Peter will kick him off the top round of the Golden ladder and he will keep tumbling until he reaches the incline then ha will go to the lower levels. The marriage of Walter R. Bracken of Las Vegas and Miss Anna S Johnson of Eureka took place at 8 o'clock. Mar 17, at the home of P. D. Kimball in Salt Lake City, Utah. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson of Eureka Nevada. Two years ago she was engaged as principal of the publio school at Delamar, and it was while teaching at that place, she became acquainted with Mr. Bracken, and a warm friendship followed. Ths groom ia postmaster of the lively (own of Las Vegas, this county, and ia one of its foremost business men. Mr. and Mrs. Bracken will make . thair home in Lea Vegas. Sixty of the inmates of the insane asylum attended tne Floto circus in Reno Friday after noon. The Tonopab. Banking Cor poration was O rganized at Goldfield Monday wiu U. S. Senator Geo 3. Nixon as president. The first tree bloomed in Tonodah ths other day. It is a balm oi Gilead and is encased in a $15 tram. The water used to keen it alive costs 10 cents a bucket. The Greek who was anested some time sgo and thrown into jail at Hawthrone on suspicion of being Trotorici, the San Francisco murderer, hse begun auit against R.mr.ld. eountv for $10.000.. He was held in jail handcuffed for fiive dsys and subjected to other indig nities. The old Empire State mill in six mile canyon near. Virginia City, is being dismantled. The pioneer mill has been a famlisr landmark in that section for forty years and during the early' days of the (VmatnnV mmUmant handled tne $1,000 per ton ores of the Con Virginia and California mines. No motion for a new trail haa ai vet been made in. the cose of Dsn Ran who was convicted oi snslsughlter a few days sgo in Reno. It is said Regan, who killed his mother-in-law by s blow overtbe heart, ia content to serve his antnnftA with the intention of shortening it by good behsvior. Within a short time the date for tbaonemnsr for settlement oi tne lends along the main irrigation nanula in Htorev county will be Harry Lawrie and family returned from Goldfield. Harry reports tbat town booming. The ball Friday evening was largely attended and everybody had a good time. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Woolman is very low at this writing with an attact of hemerage oi tne stomach. The steel gang are buisly putting in nine new Bidings near the round house and material yard. We are having beautiful weather and our town is enjoying tne Dene fit of a through cleaning. Mr. Wafelton from Price, Utah i photographer has opened s and will remain for a short Calierite Items. BULLET PROOF HOTELS NEEDED IN KAWICH. studo time. announced by the department of the Interior. The announcement will be awaited with keen interest by many prospective settlers who hsvs been waiting since the lends wnrm withdrawn from entry for an opportunity to take up homesteads, Nevada capture the oratorical nnntPit last evening, winning from the San Jose normal school team The visitors took the affirmative side of the question, "Should the Geary Exclusion Act Be Extended to Appely to the Japanese?" The judges retired after the contest snd after an hour's deliberation gave the horors to the university tesm. The speakers for the University of Neveds were Miss Emily Berry, George Commons and John Wright. Journal. The suit to determine the boundary line between Storey county and Lyon county was called in the district court this morning. Ths suit promises to be one of the most bitter in recent yesrs. At present a number of miles of trsck belonging to the Southern Pacific Company pass through which is clsimed as a portion of Storey county. Except for this the Unit is of but little value. Lyon county claims the land and if it wines will add many thosanda of dollars to the list of tsxsble property in that county. The suit to be tried before a jury which will property be secured by Saturday. Work of fencing the company property on Spring street was re newed yesterday snd will be rusneu to completion. Tt in rpnorted that work on the Pioche branch will oegin June 15th. Seems to good to be true. A. S. Thompson and John F Roeder came down from Piocbs Wednesday en route to the Vegas Minn Ethel Andrews a sister of Mrs. John Wadsworth arrived dur in i7 the week and will spend the a summer with her sister. County Recorder H. H. Lee snd his sister, Valate, were passengers on No. 2 Friday for Salt Lake on i pleasure trip. The new depot is Hearing com pletion snd is a beautiful building being two stores high with a large waiting room. It is s credit to any town twice the size. C. O. Newell snd party who have been prospecting around Caliente the past month departed for Pikes Diggings to take a bond on the not linger and Francis mining claims a that place. A man named Crofford was ar rested Sunday charged with stealing $175. from Billie Noble's saloon. He was taken before Judge Lee snd bound over to swait the action of the Grand Jury. Tuesday morning the freight train from the north had a wreck betwee Modena and Clover Valley by break ing through a bridge which delayed the passenger trains six hours. No body injured. The Caliente ball nine extends friendly challenge to play any nine in the County an exbibation game either in Panaca or Delamar. Tbey pay all expenses to visiting teams while in town or other teams pay their expenses while sway from horns. The Journal of May 22nd says: George Davis, an enterprising hotel man of this place, has appealed to the sheriff of Nye county for pro tection for his property and the life and limb of his guests. Davis owns what is practically the only hotel in Kawich, a high tent subdivided into rooms by canvas partitions. He lieges, snd tbe condition of the tant hears out hia charge, that tne big, jolly miners of the camp die appointed at not securing accom modtions, are making it a practice of riding through the main streets at the early hours of morning, using his hotel as a target for practice The hotel is literally snot iuh oi holee and though no fatalities have resulted, several narrow escspes sre reported. Yesterday morning George uoi- waldt, a mining man from Salt Liate wo rudlv awakened by the Bhoot- . . , . 1 1 . .1 ,f.AM ing. tie stariea.io uro uu wuou rnhinff for his shoes found tne uppers gene, the result of a big bul let plowing them. George Consi dine, another mining man.awoke on the floor during a fusilade, a bullet having shot his pillow in two, tore out his cot posts and piled him on the ground beneath a mass of feathers. Kawich is certainly a booming camp. Jur. uavis is luiokiug ui im porting sheet iron for the choice rooms of his house. Radium hss gone up to $3,000,000 an ounce. Hitherto we have made it a rule not to except anything but money in exchange for subscriptions but anyone with a few tons of radium to spsra can do business by calling at this office. Pat Crowe of kidnapping fame, certainly played a shabby trick on the Chief of Police of Omsha, when he dropped into a newspaper office in thst city last week' and told hia life history to the editor and then allowed the earth to swallow him up again. The chief would give most anything to catch a glimpse of the wily Pat. Our worthy County Clerk and Treasurer H. J. Goodrioh returned from Salt Lake last night. In re gard to Mr. Goodrich's trip we clip the following from the Salt Lake Telegram. "H. J. Goodrich of Pioche, Nevada, is in ths city. He is the County Clerk and Treasurer of Lincoln county, Net. He hasn't been in Salt Lake in twenty years. Ha came in yesterday and as ha had never seen or ridden in an auto mobile was given a turn about the city in a butz eart owned by Tony J. Jaoobson, the mining man. Hare is what Mr. Goodrich ssid after he bad been carted twenty milea in less than that number of minutes. Thank God I'm baok on earth again. It's the last time anyone will ever get main sueh a contraption again, pil tell you thia much. Wben I get back I'll see thst an ordinance ia passed prohibiting automobiles from coming into our be no Reno still continues with the building boom. The great Floto circus is in Ne vada making a tour of the railroad towns. Word came in by the Sunn-side stage driver that John Moloy sold his ranch and entire herd of oattl snd horses to Ex-Governor Adams, Tbe Nevada state University ex tends a cordial invitation to the people of the State to attend the exercises of its 1905 Commencement Season. Wm. Perry left Monday for Gold field, via Little Cherry Creek, if can find anything justtiable Bill will make that place his future stampin ground. A writer states that there sre old maids in Japan. Women there marry there between the ages of 16 and 25. Probaoly that is tbe reason why the men sre so willing to go war. Grass Valley Union. Our efficient Sberiff.Jake Johnson cams up from Delamar Monday; an loaded down with grand jury sum mons he departed the next day hand them to part of the good citizens sround the county. The Degree of Honor held their Grand Lodge session st Sa't Lake City on Msy lGth st which meeting Mrs. Frank Cook of Eureka, Utah, wss appointed Grand Usher, Mrs Cook is a sister of Mrs J. D. Camp bell. Next week The Wells Herald will begin publishing eome interesting desoriptive matter relating to the southern part of Lincoln Couoty. From an agricultural and fruit rais ing standpoint tbat section hae wonderful poesibilties. THE PALACE J. O. Brown, roprieiorf Floohe, Nevd The Finest of Wines. Liquors AND Cigars. Always on! Hand. 33 1 Ji I.-A.IR. ID and POOL. TZOIjEIS. D. O. Vamer, Proprietor, TPFLIMIO BHBF, OT,T and MiXTTTOKT. MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE LACOUR, PIOCHE, NEVADA. East Becoming Convinced. "The east is becoming convinced that Nevada is offering opportunities for legitimate investment that can discount the gambling operations on Wall Street as well ss yield greater and alm jst a certain returns as many of ths big industries that are being floated every day," re marked Captain J. B. Menardi, who came in from the east Monday. Captain Menardi left New York several days ago with a party com posed of ex-Senator John P. Jones and several friends, tbe latter con tinuing on to Santa Monica, while Mr. Menardi came on to the south land, "I was never so plied with questions in my life," continued he "Almost everyone that you meet is anxious to learu about Nevada and her crest mining camps. Tbe news papers of New York, Philadelphia, Washington and elsewhere sre printing large illustrated stories about Tonopab, Goldfield and Bull frog aud a man from Nevada has to stand and deliver information wben his presence becomes known. Bonanza. HANS OLSEN'S SALOON Is one of the Finest Places In! Caliente. If you wish anything m tho way o-- Wlne, T.ica.-u or , andiOigars. CALIENTE NEVADA. H. W. UNDERHILL CALIENTE - NEV. Fine Wines. Liquors, and Cigars. S88K8 &S life Eaami to Call Once and You will be sure and return. Woo Tom's RESTAURANT AND Chop :- House On Alain Street Ii the Beat place to call when you want thi Beat meal to be bad in Pioche. Meal TIcKets 3 For 81.00 The Bakery has also Fresh Bread Pies and Cakes Eveiy Day. Parties with lead slues have been working the slot machines in the ' wutuern portion. weetern part of the State and have drawn considerable money from them. Several arrests will be made and the question will be cud a wan prosecuted for beuting tbe town.' 1 machines. If you were to ride a donkey ,wba fruit would you resemble? A pair. What is that which is lengthened by being cut at both ends? A ditch. After a chase of five days the three desperados who broke jail at Hawthorne were captured. Judge Stone an old timer of Nevada died in Carson May 22nd, old age csuee of death. The Oregon Supreme Court has decided that theatre proprietors have the right to refuse admission to negroes. It is the privilege of a hungry dog howl if he wants to, but a man ought to find better employment. When a woman is willing to squeeze herself into the shape of hour glass st the behest of the fashion god, it shows that she has lots of sand. The jury in the United States Cri ciut court in Los Angeles has brought in a verdict acquitting H. T. Hnys on the charge brought against bim in connection with tbe trouble of tbe OraDge Growers' National bank in 1903. Tbe charges against Hays included embezzlement and violation of the national banking laws. Hays was cashier of the Orange Growers' National bank and it was claimed tbat the charges grew out of po litical spite and malice. The people in the southern part of Nye county wants the county divided, in regard to the matter the Beatty Miner says "There is every reason why Nye county should be divided. It is 100 miles to Tonopab the county seat, which makes it in accessible for tbe people in the southern end of the county. All the county officers live in tbe north end and practically ignore the Tbe county is now out of debt and a division should be made before an expensive court house ia erected and heavy debt created. Judge Ray suggests that the name of the new county should be Mineral county. NOW piTJisrnsriiqra-. SALT LAKE TO LAS ANGELES VIA LraoM (oomj smiojs Fast Time, Superb Equipment, Observation Sleepers Write nearest Agent, or to. J. L. MOORE, D. P. A., Salt Lake City, Utah -co- A. S. Pioclic, THOMPSON. Jcv. General Merchandisf Groceries General Hardware v Gents Furnishing Goods Confectioner-. Stationery. Patent Medicines. Headquarters For Hav Craln, Flour Pearl Oil. Candles Powder , Fuse "J Steel and other Mining Supplies. And a full stock of the Best Wines - Liquors - and Cigar$. Salt Lake and Pabst Beer Always on Hand. B EJTT&JT M0 TEL. Caliente Nevada. J. A. Denton, Proprietor. THE SALT LAKE TELEGRAM, Except Published every Evening Sunday. 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