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Pioche Weekly Record.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 31. l.S!f Official Paper of Lincoln fount Published Etbbt Thubudat dv EUGENE GOODRICH, IjOsscc. OFFICE: MASONIC Hl'II.DlNO. LAOOHR BTIiKF.T. R inscription, One Year, by Mall. Subscription, Six Months. " .fa nn .. f.n Nona Fonviarileil 111 ' Advertising rates fo nished uion application at (lie office. , v, , Kntered at the Poatoffica at Plorhe, Nevada, d Second-Clash matter. ..... Communications ari Hullrltnl, but the p).cr will not responsible for tlio opinions of Its cor. respond) d la. Delivered by carrier nt BO cents per . month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Two weeks from to-day will lie St. Val entine's Day. There ore one hundred carloads of live stock awaiting cars for shipment west from Reno. After a few days visit with us here, Johnny Morton departed for DeLamar on Friday's stage. John Deck went to DeLamar on I'Viduj ' stage Ho is to act as clerk in the st'iru of J. Purtscher & Co. Sleighing and coasting has heen first cla-s all this week especially coasting which is in dulged in hy many. The Hullionvillo store is soon to ha under the management of an experienced clerk from 8alt Lake City. The corral of lieorge It. Warren, located at the lower end of town, has heen leased for one year to John lioylc. George Ncshitt and John Shier made a flying trip to DeLamar the first of the week and returned Tuesday evening. The weather the first part of the week was ahotit the coldest of the season, moder ating somow hat the past few days. J. C. Doughty, late candidate for Congress on the l'opulist ticket, is lo take a position as teacher in the puhlic school at Klko. The fiirl's Cadet Corps entertainments at Carson nnd Virginia City netted Sii'-'O. They had large Iiousch in both towns. Assembly man Heck proposes to striko the obnoxious word "male" from tha Constitu tion, hut it will take four years to do it. Jos. Foster still continues to sell fust class cedar wood delivered nnd corded at ft per cord Try a cord and be convinced. An extra force of four men were put to work in the Yuba mine this week. It is re ported that a 6110 body of ore has been atruck recently. "Some women remind us of liens." "How .0?" "They never find anything to day where they laid it yesterday." A large building situated on Meadow Valley atreet and property of the estate of Eliza Law son, is being torn down to bo moved to DeLamar and erected there. A messenger was sent to town Tuesday from Craw'a ranch for medicine for Mrs. II. L. Craw, who waa suffering from a severe attack of inflammation of the bowels. The Record acknowledges the receipt of the report of State Controller llorton for the year 1S94, also Warden Frank Bell's re port of the State prison for the years 1S93 and 1894. There were three women elected to the Colorado legislature. It ia announced that the ladies held a caucus and decided not to wear their hats during tho session of the legislature. Sheriff Freudenthal personally notified all parties last Saturday not to throw any ashes, or rubbish of any kind in the street, and any one violating this order would have to pay tha expense of having the same cleaned up. Aa entertainment under the Auspices of the A. O. U. W. will be given in their Hall some time next mouth. The com mitte having the matter in hand will report the date of the entertaimetit in the next is sue of thia paper. Chinese New Year was ushered in last Friday night here, with bombs and fire crackers and the customary mode of worship by our Celestials. Although they do not feel so jubilant as usual this year, owing to the reverses their country has sustained at the hands of Japan, we presume they will roast aa many chichens nnd pigs and drink as much Chinese brandy. An old man by the name of Henry flennard, who has been here for the past two months, disappeared very suddenly last Sunday night. He has been stuping at Mrs. Deck's lodging house for the last six weeks and has been fed and taken care of on the strength of stories told by him of a large fortune be had. It is thought by some that he waa demented on the subject of money aa lie made a will to several persons in town during his recent illness here, giv ing them a portion of the imaginary fortune. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. DIED. News was received here last Friday morn ing of the death of Mrs. M. Dooley, at San Kranci-co, California, at 3:30 a. m. on the above locntioncd date. Mrs. Dooley was born in L'rlingford, Ireland, and was in her fifty-eighth year, coming hero from Virginia City, New, in the latter part of 1871. She leave- tv.osons to mourn her loss, our Cuuuty Treasurer W. J. Dooley and N. I'. Dooley the later named being with her duriog the last illness. She was a true and lovinc mother and every endeavor was made by her to make home life pleasant. Everything that could be done for her recovery to health, was done by the two faithlul sous. iUrs. Dooley will be remembered by all who knew her as a true and loving friend. The Kni'omi deeply 8) mpatizes with the mourners in their grief. The interment took place in the Holy Cross cemetery in San Fraucisco, Sunday morning last at ten o'clock a. m. DE LAMAR DOTS. Quite a number of our citizens are laid up w ith st vere colds. All the teams around the mill have hern laid off for the present. Win. Perry made us a short visit on im portant business this week. Mining experts from Denver are expected here soon to examino the numerous mining properties hereabouts. The proposed change in the mail service will bring our mail a great deal Inter to ns than the present system. Nc sliilt liros. has let a contract to Jessie I'cnslce to sink a fill-foot shaft on the Short ehini, situated in Ferguson district, adjoin ing the Magnolia mine. A masquerade ball will be given here on February 1 1th. at Wbeatley's boarding house. A good time is anticipated and everybody should attend. Woik has been started on the War I'rgh) claim owned by Ceo. Petty and China Dick. This claim is a very promising one nod development work will ho pushed ahead rapidly. A man by the name of John Kd wards w as kiekeil in tho breast by a horse, breaking the breast bone. Tho patient is under the .are of Dr. Hjornson who says the break is a serious one. I'lic report of a new strike, two miles above Helen?, is unfounded. The rock ob tained was brought in from the Magnolia mine, and the parties wero trying to run a blazer, to obtain provisions, but did not play it slick enough. Lode. The Flagstaff mine improves as work pro gresses, and no doubt the lessees will en counter a largo body of ore ere many days, the ore assays high in gold aud silver, silver predominating. The outlook for a large mine being opened up in very promising and we hope to report, before many days, of tho biggest strike that has over been made in the district. Lode. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. School Moneys Apportioned. Tho first somi-aunual apportionment of school moneys for 1S!1." has been made by H. C. Cuttiug, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, as follows: No. Ch'n Counties. G to 18 years. Amount. Churchill 1)1 I 7 J5 tin DoUKtas 32!) 2,i;24 44 Klko U03 7,081 90 Esmeralda 302 l.cn 35 Eureka 498 3,97a 05 Humboldt 725 5,783 35 Lander 41.9 3,741 21 Lincoln 635 4,2(17 70 Lyon 403 3,61)3 36 Nye 152 1,212 50 Orniaby 803 6,4113 60 Storey 2,222 17,724 95 Washoe 1,650 13,162 10 White l'Ine 318 2,536 70 'total '. 9.42U $75,143 67 Notes From The Legislature. Denton of Lincoln County, ie a forcible talker and usos clean-cut English. Noel, of Storey, although the youngest member in the House, ia a very able young man and a smooth and attractive speaker. If Noel does not contract the complaint so prevalent with bright young men (big head) be has brilliant future before him. McXaughton is a modest and smooth talker and promises to have considerable weight in shaping legislation. Allen, of F.urcka, is a slow and deliberate speaker and careful with his Knglish, and there is no flippancy about his urguments. From his known ability and long legisla tive experience, Heck, of Washoe, is regard ed as leader of the House, nnd the new members will be anxious to hear from him before voting. Dr. Hogan, of Washoe, Populist, aud known to be an able debater, has not got warmed up yet, but he'll make the fur fly before many days of the session have passed. The iuaugural ball will be held at Carson the latter part of February. There are eighty-five children in the Orphan's Home at Carson at the present time forty-four boye and forty one girls. A gentleman riding along with an Irish men came within sight of nu old gallows, anil to display his wit said: "Pat, do you see that?" "To be sure Oi do," replied Pat. "Aud where would you be to-day if the gallows had its due?" "Oi'd be riding alone," replied Pat. The DeLamar Company shipped out this week four bars of bullion valued at $13,950, DeLamar (Idaho) Nugget. A Temple of Art. II mmi , msi 1 mm. m-i -iii .-lid iiTOmM I r. :k 'id Not for a Day but for all Time. Memories of the White City are fad in;;- all but one. Majestic in its beauty the Palace of Art sin vlves lo remind mankind of wonders departed. Triumphant over fire and tempest the stately structure stands beside the lake dedicated forever to the service of the people. As a vallery of paint ing and sculpture it surprised and delighted t ,';e nations. As the Field's Columbian Museum it will entertain and instruct multitudes in the ages to come. A World's Fair in miniature is the museum to-day. While it lasts the public will have befon- them a vivid re minder of the greater exposition of 1893. It will bring back the vast panorama of splendid exhibits including the fine showing made by Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder The analysis of Dr. Price's by government experts demonstrated its immeasurable superiority in leavening strength, purity and general excellence rnd gained for it the Highest Award at the Fair. The following are the members of tho Senate committees for the seventeenth sess ion: Judiciary Patchcn, Mauto, iioyle, Cum ins and Suimnertield. Agriculture Richards, Mauteaud Kaiser. Kducatioii WiUou, Mct'oneand Summer field. Internal Improvement Martin, flreyo vich and Wise. Enrolled Hills Clignoux, McCoue and Summerfield. Corporations and Railroads Boyle, Kich nrds and Mills. Claims, State Affairs, etc. McCone, Martin and Mills. Mines and Mining Wilson, Wise and Uri'govich. Military aud Indian Affairs Boyle, l'atchen and Skaggs. Mileage Martin, Patuhen and Mills. Printing Martin, Skaggs and Wise. Waya aud Means Coining, McC'ono, Wil son, Martin and Mills. Engrossed Bills McCone and Oignoux. Stato Prison and Insane Asylum Oignoux, Oregovich and Skaggs. Public Lands- Skaggs, Martin and Kai ser. Elections (ircgovich. Wise and McCone. Federal Relations Cumins, Kichards and Mills. Rules Maute, l'atchen and Kaiser, A movement is being made to increase the pay of our embassadors to o0,000 per year. At present they receive $17,.r00. The pro. position ought to bring a cheerful feeling of prosperity to the man who can't Gnd a job at $1 per day but sees his way clear to voto an old party ticket every election. Colonel 1). II. Jackson, formerly of tho Holmes mine, Candelaria, bai been appoint ed Superintendent of the Grand Victory mine in Placer county. A fifty stamp mill being completed on the property. Virginia Enterprise. Two bills havo been introduced in tho Legislature taking slices off Washoe county for tho benefit of Storey and Ormsby. It ia hinted that this will be dono as a punish ment to Washoe for going Republican last fall. LEVI STRAUSS & CO? COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. fACTORV-SAN FRANCISCO -CALIFORNIA. Tho following are the standing committees of the Assembly for the present term: . County and County Boundaries Gorman, llinman, Court, Coryell and Hall, Ways and Means Beck, McDonald, Mc Naughton, Conboiu, l'lauuigan, Weiland and Hogan. Judiciary Noel, Beals, Denton, Leidy, Hriggs, Pitt and Weiland. Contingent Expenses aud Accounts Newman, Hogau, Couboie, Allen and Russell. Enrolling Allen, Newman and Murphy. Engrossing Hinman, lirockliss and Pitt. Internal Improvements Franc's, Couboie Hall, Allen aud Weiland. Military and Indian Affairs Constant, lirockliss, Greenwood, Francis and Pitt. Mines and Mining Gorman, Wilson, Constant, Couboie, and McDonald. Claims McDonald, Beck, Denton, Brock liss and Russell. Stato Prison Constant, Briggs and Wil son. Trade and Manufactures Allen (of Eureka,) Greenwood, Couboie, Court and Leidy. Agricultural Hogan, Wilson, Brockliss and Flaunigan. Election Weiland, Brockliss, Newman, Beck and Flannigan. Education McNaughton, Hogan, Allen (of Eureka), Flannigan and Hall. Insane Asylum Wilson, Stanley and Mc Naughton. Corporation and Railroad Coryell, Cris ler, Gorman, llinman, and Constaut. Federal Relations Constaut, Greenwood, Stanley, Newman and Ileinmau. Public Printing Pitt, Briggs and Con stant. Mileage Leidy, Crislcr, Pitt, McDonald and Russell. Stato Institutions Court, Coryell, Beck, Crisler, and Flannigan. Internal Revenue Collector May will probably lie around interviewing those of our citizens who have an income of $4,000, as lie has received his instruction relative to the income tax. Reno Gazette. Misa Annie Martin of the Carson News is authority for the statement that A. J. Mc Cone is tho Adonis of the Senate, MARK D. L WERTHEIMER & Co., Dealers In General :-: Merchandise DeLamar, GROCERIES AND DRY MIMIS Ml) PROSPECTORS CIGARS, SMOKING AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF FURNITURE ! Call And See Our Stock Of Itoves & KVKltYTIIINCl AT "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Main Street Is the Best place to call when you want the Best meal to be had in Pioche, Meal Tickets 3 For SI. OO The Bakery has also Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Every Day. PIOCHE Drug Store. riMIE BNDKHSIONKI) RKHPFCTKliLLY AN 1 nounct to tlie rumple of Pioche and Lincoln cimn'jr thst their New Dme Store, on Main street twoiloors north or tho Umlkn Mercantile Hlore, is now open with a new stock Cliomicals, Drugs, dicincs Toilet Articles, PERFUMERY. HAIfl ND TOOTH BRUSHES. SOAP, SPONGE, ETC., ETO. . A I.AUOE VAHIETY OF. Notions and Fancy Articles. Phyulrlitn'a Prescription carefully com pounded, duy or night, and orders from abroad tilled with care aud dtauatch by a competent drug. tilHt. Dr. J. D. Campbell, PltOntlETOR. Chemical and Microscopic Examinations of Urine. Culla Promptly Attended, Day or Niicht. SOCIETIES. I. U. O. F. lnocim LODGE KO. 23. jffls.. MEETS EVKRY TUESDAY AT7:.' Fgji- o'clock lu thnir hallonMaiu street. S5 ViHitiHit llrothera cordially In vited to attend. J. D. Oaui'Bkll, N. a. M. WtLLUMH, Secretary. A. O. II W. PIOCHE LODGE NO. 28. s TUB UEGULAR MEETINGS OF X ''' Plnf.hA T.,..l..a Nr. II'. k l IT w rk: t.ul.f In ll.i.l Vll'.....'a "r'i i ,',.''a... ana imra tterineHtlny evening of each iuouiu, ai -ciiu o cinoa abarii, vtHit. inn brothers curd tally Invited to J. D. Campbkll, M. Vf. John Siiirii, Recorder. V. .V A. M. ST. JOHN'B LODGE NO. 18. MEETS THE FOURTH SATURDAY In each month at Masonic Hall, ou Laconr strent. All visiting Brothers In good standing are invited to attsnd. JAMKS NESIIITT, Secretary. J. D. CAMPBELL, W. M. Notice of Forfeiture. To E. O. Western, his grantees, assixns, heirs, eierutorx.or administrator and all partleB claim ing under, from, by or tlirougb him: You are hereby notified that the undersigned ro owner with you in ths mining claim known as the West End" situated in Ely Mining District, Lin ooln County, Htate of Nevada, has performed the work and made the expenditures on the said min ing claim, required by section 'ItU of the He vised Htatlltea of the United Htates to hold the same for the years lHH'.l, 18JH. 'Hi, 'U2, '119, and '114 and the amount due from you, your grantees, assigns, or aiiliiinlstrator, etc., on account of such expendi tures on said mining claim is the sum of one hun dred and seventy-live dollars (f 175.) Aud if within ninety days after the publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your said proportion of such expenditure aa co-owner, your interest in said claim will beoonie the prop erty of the subscriber under said section Xitt. JOHN UINGHAM. Dated Pioche, Nevada, December 37, 18U4, ISTevada.. GOODS A SPECIALTY. OUTFITTED GEMJLLY CHEWING TOBACCOS Hardware UEDHOCK PKIOES ! ! Union Pacific System World's Pictorial Line The SHORTEST LINE To Arx PiiiNt iPAL Points. Trains Bun as Follows : Effective Nov. 28, 1893. Houtu BoUHn. Noktu ouxd, 10:00 P, in. arrive. .Frisco ...leave 4:30 a. m. 1:t0 p. in. arrive. .Mllford 6:05 a. ml 12:10 p. m. leave. .Juab J:l p. m. 7:45 a. m. leave Salt Lake. ...arrive :10p. n. 3:00a. ui arrive..8alt Lake leave 6:20 p.m. 1:46a. m. leave ..Ogdea arrive 7:30 p. m. Trains between Frisco and Juab run daily except Sundays. (Fup PJassngi? Tfrafois Uaily Kach Way Between Salt Lake and Otzdeu. Two Transcontinental Tins Daily Kach Way Between Salt Laka and the Kast and West. For rates of fare and all information, call on or address M. J. EDUEWORTH, Agent, Mllford, Utah. S. II. H. CLARK, E. KLLKRY ANDERSON, Receivers. JOHN W. DOANE, FREDRICK K. COUDERT, E. L. LOMAX, Q. P, k T. Agt. E. DICKENSON, Gen'l Manager. LOUIE KLEIN, AT THE OLD Philadelphia Brewery Saloon Main Street, Keeps on hand a Better Grade of LIQUORS and CIGARS than any house in town, CALL AND SAMPLE THE STOCK. JOHN SHERIDAN, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER First door north of tha Odd Fol low's Build, lug, Main Strut. Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done THE "PEOPLES MARKET Main Street, Pioehe. OPPOSITE LAOOUR. W. H. CLARK, PROPBIHTOR, -KEEPS ON HAND FRESH BEEF, - MUTTON, - VEAL, Pork and Sausage. Reasonable Prices to Air and Free Deliver to all Parta of Town. Country Order Promptly Attndtlf o