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KATDROAY HAKCIIO, 18tt.
A SVFK PROPOSITION.
Tlio Carsou Appeal charges jthat laat
Fail every paper in the State, except the
Prohibitionist, was in favor of the lot
tery amendment. "They were com
mitted wholly and unequivocally to the
inertsnro." says the Appeal, "and urged
it in behalf of the State. It was urged
as a mean 11 re of public good and self pro
tection." The Appeal closes its philip
pic ns follows;
"To any paper showing a single line
gainst the lottery scheme, published
in its column prior to January 1st,
1SS9, y retract our statement and pre
sent our humble apologies in advance."
A very safe proposition; for we all
know that the subject was not agitated
previous to Jan. 1, IS8!). The Appeal
in the same article, charges that the In
dependent supported the lottery scheme
lust Kail. Now, it is well-known that
the subject of a lottery was not presented
to the people last Fall; the subject was
not discussed, and there was no occasion
for any paper to take sides either for or
against the measure. The Appeal is
perfectly safe in challenging any paper to
to show a single line against the lottery
scheme, prior to Jan. I, 188!). Inde
pendent. We know of one exception. See the
IkKoonnof March 17,1888. The ques
tion was somewhat under discussion at
the time, and our stand (then taken has
been steadily maintained since.
Most of the pro-lottery papers of the
State, whose stand on the subject was
not at the time supposed to be wholly in
the interests of the dear people, since the
defeat of their project, are far worse in
their "clap trap" about the morality and
sentiment of the thing than were
the non-lottery papers before election.
The proposition was heavily sat upon,
and as the almighty dollar can't rule
everything let the matter rest with the
other defeated proposed changes.
A call for a meeting of the stock
holders of the Utah Central Railroad on
the 25th inst. is made. The object of
the call is to amend the articles of the
association by changing the louthern
terminus of the road and to extend its
corporate franohise from Milford the
present terminus to the western line of
the Territory. This looks favorable for
actual work on the extension to Barstow,
(al.
President Harrison's Inaugural address
Is contained at length in the late papers.
It is admired for iU general good sense
by all his supporters. Only his enemies
find it common-place. He has the inter
est of the whole country at heart, and
though nothing is said of silver it does
not follow therefrom that he opposes it.
He will be judged by his future action
in this regard.
Articles of incorporation for the Den
ver and Salt Lake Short Line Railroad
were filed at Denver, Feb. 23. - The ar
ticles of incorporation state that it is the
intention to build a double line track and
also a telegraph line from Denver west
ward to the state line and then across
Utah to Salt Lake andjwill probably con
nect with the Utali Central at l'rovo,
U. T.
Washington, Montana, North Dakota
and South Dakota will enter the Union
at once as States. The addition of each
of these Territories is regarded as de.
creasing the chanoes of the Democratic
party of return to power. It is just as
well it should be so if that party should
he do better in future than it has in the
i m mediate past.
The raise of ten cents in the Fire De
partment tax will, no doubt, result in a
general inquiry into the standing of that
organization. With an increase in pop
ulation and additional chances of fire oc
curring, it should be kept in readiness
for reliable work on short notice. This
can be easily provided for with the raise
in the tax levied for its support.
The New Cabinet is filled and the Pa.
cific Coast after all is left out in the
cold.
Vice-President Morton has purchased
a residence at Wellington paying $).,
000 therefor.
A Corvallis (Urecon) doctor put a
thermometer into the mouth of a small
boy last Sunday to test the temperature
of his patient, who was ill with brain
fever. The boy bit off a section of the
instrument and swallowed glass, mer
cury, and metal. In few hour the
boy began to rally and at laat aocouuts
war on- til lair raid to recover, '
COAST NEWH.
The Lower Califoruisu says there is
sulphur enough on the (peninsula to sup
ply the world.
One of the tramps of the Santa Cruz
chain-gang wears kid gloves when
sweeping the streets.
The new watch factory at JOtay. San
Diego county, Cal., will give .'employ
ment to 200. meD.
Miss Carter, a school-teacher of Tu
lare county, cleaned up 810,000 in a real
estate deal la&t week.
The net proceeds of the Fair held in
Sacramento for the benefit of the Cath
olic Cathedral was $12,281 55.
A flock of wild geese settled on a 40
acre wheat field near Willows on Wed
nesday, and picked it clean in two
hours.
The taxable wealth ofj Montana.this
year will reach $70,000,000. This does
not includojnoli-prodncingj mines, which
are exempt.
Now the'search for the bones of Peter
Olsen has commenced. Already quite a
quantity of them have been found in
four different California towns.
An old adobe was torn down in Lorn-
poc, tal last week. In one of the solid
bricks was an infant's hand perfectly
preserved. On one finger was a tiny
gold ring with a pearl setting.
The striking white'coalminers at lios-
lyn, W. T., want to compromise now
that enough colored men, armed with
Winchester rifles and razors, to fill their
places, are on the ground, but the com
pany any it is too late.
A peculiar old man, known only as
Boxem Brown, has long made a living by
peddling coffins' througlilthe territory of
New Mexico. He' travels with a team of
mules, a big wagon and about twenty
five cheap coffins of assortedsizes. He
smells out a shooting affray when vet
miles away.
Mr. and Mrs. Snyder fromjlllinois
have lost $12,000 worth of diamonds at
the Delmar House, San Diego. Mr.
Snyder handed the envelope containing
them to one whom he thought was the
clerk and that wai the last he saw of
them.
The largest gold brick ever made from
a single Colorado mine was recently cast
at the Mint in Denver. Its value was
$39,219 91 in gold and $392 04 in silver.
Its weight before melting! was 2350.70
ounces, and after melting 2330. 79. oz.
The people of Vaca Valley, Solano
county, have found that peach pita make
good fuel; that pound for pound
they will burn as long as coal, and give
more heat, and that they are how saving
them all. They sell there at $G per ton
and find an active market.
NATIVK TOBACCO.
A Plant That Should Be Tested At
Our AGrlcultural Kxperliueatnl
M tat Ion.
The Enterprise makes tho following
suggestion :
It would not be a bad notion to try
what can be done at Nevada's agricul
tural experiment station with our native
tobacco. Two varieties grow here in
Virginia the broad and the narrow leaf.
The broad leaf promises best It puts
out its leaves from a single stalk, and the
leaves are not only larger and more
shapely than the other but also ripen
earlier. The narrow leaf variety sends
up several stalks from one root, and is
much addicted to "suckers," or off
shoots. Both kinds grow here in the
city without cultivation or irrigation.
The tobacco grows in large patches on
ground that has been burned. In China
town last year were to be found stalks
that were three and four feet high.
This, too, without a drop of water. On
a patch of ground that was always wet
no stalk two feet in heicht could h
found. It is not infested by worms. In
examining thousands of stalks last Sum
mer and Fall we did not find a single
worm. We collected and have on hand,
seed of both varities. Undoubtedly the
tobacco would produce larger leaves if
cultivated and topped not allowed to
send up a long flower stalk.
A lawyer of Tetnpleton Court wa
looking, over soma papers his German
client had brought, and every signature
had a menace in it as it stood:
"A. Schwindler."
"Mr. Schwindler, why don't you writ
your name some other way; write out.
your first name, or something? I don't
want people to think you are a swin
dler." "Veil, my Got, sir, how much better
yon dink dot looks? " and he wrote:
"Adam Schwindler."
Not every
wealth.
sort of industry tends to
STJACOBSOH
INJURIES.
40 TEAES' CHRONIC PAIX3.
SOIATIO RHEUMATISM.
THE CURE.
I.Aibur at-, itae,
. T . DM. II. 1IS1.
Tmt mr 40 jaera I
kin ben a Tletla of
Umaatlm. I wai per
usad ta try St. Jaoaba
OU. I hmaialtwa bat
ata sad a ui man tru
Bran rfcnaatlaa Barer
velles m ttraata. My
Umba that wara aaaa
tiff and laaa ara now as
li(kt and llBkar aa la mj
Ttk. JOI SSSZLL.
AFTER 6 YEARS.
Ithaca, ST. T.,
Jl t, 1IST.
loflarad van yx
Injury ta Up ratal ting la
raeomatlaa, naacular
waakaaaa and contracted
aorda. Twa battlas It.
Jacoba OU rallarad ma aa
that I sow walk, about
and attend ta lallr da
tloa at IS. I hiartllr la
danalt. JOS. SSIOL.
currus
CASES TBTBOW AW AT OLUTCHXI.
CUBED FE&af AHEKTLY.
TISTIHOXZALS CHEIX. FULLY RENEWED,
CEEOKIC CASES, BEST CURES.
Sold by iMruggiitt and Dealtri Everywhere.
nil nu SRLES a. V0GELER CO.. Baltlmora. Hi.
Many odd incidents occur in a news
paper office, but one took place in the
Alta last week that carries of the palm.
An indignent citizen went in and de
manded a retraction of Judge Wallace's
decision in the Oregon-street case. The
decision was published in full in the
Alta, without a line of introduction or
comment, yet the visitor denounced it as
"ad d lie from beginning to end,"
and demanded that the statement be
corrected.
0 listen! if within your home
Some gentle one is fading;
Take warning, ere a summons come,
Your happiness invading.
For all the suffering she endures
Is needless, did you know it:
The "Favorite Prescription" cures
Unceasing praises show it.
Truly "a household blessing" is tin's
marvelous specific Dr. Pierce's Favor,
ite Prescription for the ills of woman.
Who that sees a dear face growing each
day more ethereal but will rejoice to learn
that the wife or daughter may yet be
saved, and the family circle preserved
unbroken? Don't despair, but try it.
even if the doctors say there is "no
cure." It is the only medicine, sold by
druggists, for woman's peculiar weak
nesses and ailments, under a positive
guarantee from the manufacturers, that
it will give satisfaction in every case, or
money will be refunded. Read guaran
tee on bottle-wrapper.
Recently a young Norwegian girl after
a two days sojourn at Castle Garden se
cured a situation in a New York family.
In attempting to acquaint the girl with
the character of her duties the head of
the family was surprised at the lump of
unsophisticated innocence he encoun
tered. Finally, in despair, he asked his
acquisition:
"What can you do?"
Her face brightened up momentarily,
and the flaxen-haired native of the land
of the midnight sun replied:
"I can milk reindeer." Detroit Free
Press.
Out of tho Breastworks.
Tate SrRiNGS, Tenn., July 4, 1888.
The Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga.:
Gentlemen Seven years ago I contracted
nn exceedingly bad case of blood rjoison.
tried a physician, the best at command, but
secured no benefit. My throat began to
K:t sore, and my body covered with sores
und ulcers. Going from bad to worse, I
felt that my grave must be reached in the
near luture. i gave up the doctors' treat
ment, and with a despairing hope I com.
menced taking your medicine. I began to
improve irom inc nrsi Dome, ana in a short
time the ulcers healed, and my skin cleared
on ana was entirely well.
One year ago a case of catarrh developed
In inV System. The nhveir-ian AA hia K.
but could not cure me ; but two bottles oi
swui s fptcitic gave me permanent relief.
J. H. Robinson.
Kaufman, Tex., June 23, 1888.
The Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga.:
Gentlemen I have been afflicted with
Am disease for about twelve years, and the
best medical treatment failed to give me re
lief. I am now usine Swift's SDerific. and
have received the greatest benefit from its
me. ours truly, WM. J ONES.
I'or sale by all druggists.
Win Swu- r Specific Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ca.
!.v York, 756, Broadway.
London, Eng., 35 Snow HiU.
The number of dogs in the United
States is estimated at 20,000,000, or one
dog to every family. The expense of
keeping these dogs is reckoned at $200,
000,000, or enough to support 200,000
at a cost of 91.000 each.
The Russian Government has granted
a concession for 81 years to a company
to join the Black Sea and the Sea of
A Azov. ' ' ' ' ' -
A physician says the heart of a human
being weighs from eight to twelve
ounces. How often does it feel much
heavier?
gorn.
At Panaca, Nev., Feb. 28, 18.-9, to the wife of
3. H. Empey, a daughter.
MPlorhe, Nev., March 7, lt89, to the wife
of J. O. Kelly, a ton.
NEW TO-DAY.
BILLS ALLOWED
-BV THE-
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
. OF-
LINCOLN COUNTY,
AT
TIIK1H
HKLIl
KKGIXAR
III ARC II 4,
MEKTIMO
1MM9.
Claimant. Amount.
O. Kelly 1 6
W.J.Dooley 66 8
J.Osborue 83 S3
K.D.Turner 15 00
H. W. Turner 16 66
John Shier 116 66
Luke Syphua 16 6
Conswsy 16 66
S.D.Smith 60 00
Mrs.Dowell 7 60
Mrs. Deck 26 00
Robt Francis 2 60
John Boeder 116 66
John Boeder 116 66
John Boeder 6 60
John Shier 6 60
Le Count Bros 12 II
H. Freudenthal 1 60
Pioche Weekly Record 12 00
Pioche Weekly Record 6 00
, C. Clark IB 00
B Ball 2 60
B Ball 60
James McFadden 1 00
James McFadden 2 60
KUenmann l'J 00
E D Turner 1 66
L P Betz 80 00
Wedgy 28 00
Attest. J. O. KCXL7. County Clerk.
OF TtIK
PROCEEDS of the MINES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Taxes on the Froceed of ttie Mines for the
quarter ending Dec. 31, 1MHH, are now due and
payable at the omce of tlie Ansaesur, at the
Court-house.
The lav in regard to their collection will be
strictly enforced.
riocue , march 1 , li-N'J
JOHN KOEDEIt. A use tutor.
MARVELS of the NEW WEST.
Six Books in one Volume; Marvels of Nature;
Marvels of Itace; Marvels of Knterprirte;
Marvels of Mining; Marvels of Stock Rais
ing and Marvels of Agriculture.
AGENTS WANTED SKiSE
try for this grand Mew Book. Toe lnrgest sale
in the shortest time of an t book published;
nearly 800 pages snd over 350 elegant engrav
ings. Fine portraits of 21 Railroad Kings, Min
ing and Cattle Kings.
The snoeess or wornng Agents la something
remarkable, many or them are making from
$5.00 to $20.00 a day.
A new Agent sold 70 eopies In 6 davs. Agent's
pront 136 60. Show the book and it sells it
self. None but good earnest workers wanted,
as territory is very valuable. Do not delay.
Due write at once lor iiiustntea circulars and
special terms free.
You will need no experience or canital In this
business as our "new plans" allow Agents to
order books on 30 days time before paying our
unw. Address
THK HISTORY CO.. 123 Market St.
Ban Frsnotaco, Oal.
J. SHERIDAN,
BOOT and
SHOEMAKER,
Ftrat door rortb of the Becord office, Pto.rhe,
Nevada.
Repairing Promptly and Neatly
Done.
Auction Sale,
-ON-
Tuesday. March 12th.
rtUK BBN1DKNCK snd houiehold furnt
X ton of H. Jacobs, on Ely Btnet,conlstlng
of s Dwelling bonne and Stable .with a full Hue
of household furniture comprising parlor and
dining-room effects, Bed -room sets. Kitchen
furniture snd wale, Stoves, Etc., Eta.
Hals to commence at 1 o'clock r. at. sharp.
NOTICE.
H. W. Turner la hereby appointed to art as
my ageut In Ploohe, during my abeane this
winter. My stars will be closed. , (
i. POUJADK.
Piochs, Ps, 5, 1888.
MISCELLANEOUS.
J.ffESBITT&BRO.,
(Fire-Proof Uuildlnjr. )
Main St., Pioeh?, 3Nv.
WHOLESALE AND KKTATL
DEALERS IN
Groceries. Provisions
and;;
General Merchandise.
IHIPOKTKK OK
WINES,
LIQUORS,
CIGARS and
ITOI3ACCOS.
Country Produce
BOUCHT & SOLD.
Also Clem-rul Dealera lu
DRY-GOODS and
CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods!!
Boots & Shoes,
Me.i's, Bots & Youths Hats & Caps,
WALL-PAPER,
HOUSE LINING, Etc., Etc.
Dry-Goods Department.
In the Dry-Goods Depart
ment we ate offering speolal
bargains in order to make
room for our Spring and Sum
mer Goods now in transit.
Note the following: Blankets,
and Robes, Bed Comforts, Flan
nels, Ladies Heavy Skirts, La
dies, Misses and Children's
Woolen Hose, Gents Fine
Woolen Half-Hose, Ladies,
Misses and Children'; Cloaks
and Newmarkets, Jersey Jack
ets, Woolen Dress Goods, Wool
en Hoods, Nubias, Scarfs and
Heavy Mitts.
Clothing Deoartment.
In this Department we offer
bargains superior to any here
tofore given in this vicinity
and call special attention to
our stock of Overcoats and
Suits for Men, Youths and
Boys; Hats and Caps, and our
extensive line of Boots and
Shoes.
Gents Furnishing Goods in
great variety and of the best
quality. An examination here
will most certainly convince
you. v
Our prices on Buck Gloves
are 50 per cent, lower than
formerly, and our Stock the
Largest that has been carried
for years.
Grocery Department.
The Grocery Department is
Constantly supplied, and here
our Prices are still Lower than
the Lowest. Gall and be Con
vinced.
We have added largely to
our stock of Harness, etc, and
carry a good assortment of
Harness, Bridles, Collars,
sweat-pads, Halters, Whips,
JlitC., jute.
Our enlllre stack la New and Freeh.
has baom recently received, and coat-
no noui-eattin er fcneir-worn
ffoode.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
MISCELLANEOUS
A. S. THOMPSON'S
SALOON,
MAIN STREET,;
OPPOSITE JIIKADOW VAI.I.ky.
PIOCHE,
NEVADA,
Keeps Coimtaiitly on Hand
Teakettle,
Hermitage
and Melwood
WHISKIES.
mm & BLACKBERRY
AIX THK FINEST
BRANDS of WINES,
-AND THE
BEST OF CIGARS.
AI.BO DEALER IN
Mjoun,
WHEAT,
8IIOHTB.
c BHAN,
Whirl) (an be kail at all tliuaa at tlia , .
Lowest Market Prloa.
PANACA SALOON,
CHAS: STEIN.
PROPRIETOR.
No. 1 000 - - Main Street.
DEALER IN
WINES,
LTQUORS,
and CIGARS.
PIOCHE,
NEVADA.
J. POUJADE,
ORK BUYER.
PAi.THK.,H10UKST PHICES FOB
LEAD & SILVER ORES,
MAIN ST., PIOCHK, NEV.
Lt thai ReArrl OAlas. , I
2'" sl!ils!.5mi&:!
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