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Pioche Weekly Record.
THURSDAY. FKBKUAKY 7. lS'.'.V
Official Papei o( li
Published Kvikt Thowwi bi
EUGENE GOODRICH,
Ijossce.
OFFICE: MAHONIO HHII.DINO.
LAOOUR 8TKKF.T.
TKKMH:
flunMrlptlon.Ons Year.liv Mail.
Httlxcrlptlon.Hli Mouths. "
. ..tli on
... a so
Nona forwarded 111! '
Advertising rales fortilihed upon aiipllratlun
at the ottice.
Rntered it the Pontoltl.e at Plorhe. Nevada,
anHecond.Clana matter.
Oommnnhatlonf. are snlli-lted. but the paper
rill not reHpoUHlule fur the iipintmiHoI lt cur-respondents.
Delivered by carrier nt
month.
60 cents per
LOCAL AND OTHERWISE.
Many water maim were frozen up dunng
tlie late cold snap.
1!. 0. McDonotiKl' was P ,r"m Ih'Lamar
during the week and returned to day.
Sheriff Freudcnthal is in receipt of a new
cart and proposes to go it ore horse here
after. IWt forget your best girl next Thursday
and tend her a valentine.
The mail is arriving ou good time despite
ths poor condition of the roads.
Several lots of oro were shipped from the
Yuba and Poorman mines this week.
A full line of valentines all kiuds and
colors at Donley's. Call and see them.
Wm. Perry's residence on Lac.iur street,
has been torn down and moved to DeLamar.
Complaints of colds are now heard lint
outside of that our people are nearly all
in good health.
Grain is selling from the wagons at. $1.75
per hundred; Kggs scarce at 23 uenU per
dozen and flour at $.'!.
The County Assessor is busy with the
new land entries and in getting his blanks
in shape for the new year.
A uartv Dassed through during the week
for the southern part of the county looking
for land upon which to settle.
Look out next week for the ad. of F. W
Dickie who will have for sale a line of fur
niture. Terms strictly Cahii.
Hon. J. A. Denton, the Assemblyman
from this county, is allowed mileage for
2,116 miles amounting to $317.40.
The last few days old Sol has appeared in
a very warm state and the snow has been
melting fast leaving its substitute, mud, to
annoy us.
The large building recently taken down
on Meadow Valley street, will be moved to
DeLamar to be erected there aud used as a
lodging house.
To educate a farmer in the agricultural
department of the California State Univer
sity costs $'2941.83. So far only six farmers
have been produced.
Max Schaefer came up from DeLamar on
Saturday's stage to attend the meeting of
the Board of Commissioners, and went back
to DeLamar on Tuesday.
The entertainment by the A. 0. U, W,
will take place in their hall on Valentine's
night, next Thursday, the 14th. A good
programme has been prepared and a pleasant
evening's enjoyment is assured those who
desire to attend.
Last Saturday the lower part of town
was disturbed by about a dozen Indians
who were beastly drunk. Where they ob
tained the liquor is known and the wrong
doers will soon have au opportunity to
answer for their misdeeds.
The County Recorder has posted a notice
at the Court House stating that there is in
the General County Fund the sum of
(1,333.43 applicable to the payment of
County scrip. Said payment to be made
upon the surrender of the certificates with
in thirty days from date of posting.
I have just received my third invoice of
Fresh Drugs, making my stock complete,
assuring my patrons that such are the facts,
and you will not gut the retorted old
iRUs, everything fresh and new. Also a
fine grade of Brandy and Whisky for medi
cinal purposes. Valentines in a few days,
John Shier.
Died. At DeLamar, Nevada, on Friday
last, Dr. John S. Hoy t passed quietly away.
He was 59 years of age and had suffered
for some time from Bright's disease and
consumption. He leaves a loving wife and
four children to mourn his loss. On Satur
day at 2 o'clock p. in. the remains were fol
lowed to the grave by a large numlier.
John Roeder returned last Thursday eveu
ing from his ranch in Pahranagat Valley aud
brought with him some fine beef. He left
it in the wagon over night and next morning
hind quarter was gone. No clew to the
thief has been found. Mr. Iioeder left for
DeLamar and Pahranagat Wednesday load
ed principally with doors and fixtures for
his new building at DeLamar.
Mrs. H. L. Craw who was brought to
town with a severe attack of inflammation
of the bowels, is improving slowly.
The report of the cashier of the Mid
winter Fair has been filsd. It shows that
over $1,000,000 was received and that a
sur, Itis nf $:(2,000 remains.
A reward of Fifty Dollars is offered by A.
F. Stevens of Crescent, Lincoln county, fur
the arrest of Alva Phelps and Wm. Calieter.
They ore wanted on a charge of Grand
Larceny.
Cattle men report the cattle in poor con
dition, but that the loss is not near sb heavy
as last year, and if no heavy storms occur
from now on, the cattle will be able to
weather the winter.
The lteport of the Warden of the State
Prison thoHs that there are four convicts in
the Penitentiary from Lincoln county, viz:
Frank Melntyro for life; Thos. F. Hicks for
I.") years; W. 11. Fontain for 15 years and
Will Nral I.J years.
Slime time during the session of the
Legislature a bill will be introduced to pro
vide means by which those who desire to
take the Keeley treatment and are pecuni
arily unable to do so, may lie enabled to
take the course at the expense of the State.
Carsnn News.
Three hundred and eiijlit parties have
entered lands in Lincoln county in the last
six months embracing some forty thousand
of land, and all are on the line of the
.1 Nevada Southern Hallway, tins
together with what has been entered Hereto
fore on the same line represents over seventy
thousand acres of land which have been
taken up along the line of that proposed
ad. When this land is under cultivation
and which will be as soon as we receive a
just recognition of our rights on the silver
question Lincoln county as au agricultural
one, will b ad in the State.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
A Fine Building to be Erected Where
The Cliff House Stood.
acres
propose'
The Surveyor General's report submitted
to the Legislature contains a good showing
f,ir Lincoln county. The land entries in
this county during the past two years far
eveeeiled the entries made in any other
counties. Most of this land is along the
proposer! line of the Nevada Southern, south
of the Muddy Valley. The only Assessor's
report embraced in the pamphlet is that of
II. K. Freudenthal, Assessor of Lincoln
county. Five others were submitted, all
being so incomplete that they were not ac
cepted. This report will do more to adver
tise the advantages of Lincoln, than any
other method which could be adopted.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
The following letters remain uncalled for
at the Pioche postollice February 7, 1895:
Bulkley Albert W. Smith Mrs.
Parties calling for the above letters will
please say "advertised."
M. J. CARMAN, P. M.
COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS.
On Monday last the Board of County
Commissioners met, members M. Schaefer,
J. Conaway and L. Syphus being present.
Ou payment of $4.96 by M. I). Noteware,
the County transferred 80 acres of land
application No. 10,488 and 10,489 to the
above named person.
A petition from the citizens of St. Joe
was laid over until the next meeting.
The District Attorney and Clerk was
ordered to answer the communication of
Freeman & Bates of San Francisco, in regard
to county bonds,
As no bids was received on the advertised
amount in the Redemption Fund, it was
ordered that the amount as advertised be
transferred to the General Fund according
to law.
The list of bills against the county as
appears in another column was allowed.
The sum of $125 was ordered transferred
from the General Fund to the Salary Fund.
The tax levy for the year 1895 was made as
follows: County $3.55 and Town $3.75.
No further business appearing the Board
adjourned.
Washington, January 31, 1895.
If the money changers who have forced
the third issued of bonds, which will prob
ably be officially announced after Congress
has been given time to digest the exe:utive
message, by withdrawing the gold which
they paid for the last issue of bonds from
the Treasury, thought thereby to frighten
Congress into fiuaneial legislation they have
apparently made a big mistake. Congress
doseu't show the least bit of fright, and
there is no more probability of financial leg
islation now than there was before the gold
raid bgan. In fact, the new isue of bonds
will no more frighten Congress as a whole
than does the talk about the Treasuy being
forced upon a silver basis does the silver
men. Congress doseu't legislate on financial
matters for precisely the same reason that
some married couples do not live together
they cannot agree upon anything. And the
impression is growing that if an extra session
of the next Congress is called, the same
reason will prevent financial legislation.
The administration men stole a march
upon the anti's in the Senate, by getting
Senator Vest's amendment to the pending
Hawaiian resolution adopted by a vote ot -'4
to2- This amendment expresses sympaiuy
th all efforts to establish Republican in
stitutions; reaffirms the policy of absolute
non-interference with the affairs of other
nations, and declares the Cleveland admin
istration entitled to commendation and sup
port for having maintained that policy to
wards Hawaii. Twenty-three Democrats
and one Republican vuted for the amend
ment, and eighteen Republicans and four
Populists against it. There was some very
spirted debate iu connection with the
amendment, Senator Teller declaring that if
allowed to Btaud it would put an "absolute
falsehood" in the records of the Senate.
The matter is not ended. It will come up
again this week and is likely to be accom
panied with more lively talk.
The bills for the admission of Arizoua and
New Mexico have very little show to get
passed by the Senate at this session. Al
though there has been little public opposi
tion to either, it is an open secret there is
a large number of Senators who do not wish
to see those bills become laws, and it is also
known that, although he has promised to
sign them if they were sent to him, Presi
dent Cleveland would much prefer that
they be left unacted upon. The Oklahoma
bill is in the same boat.
Now that tho House has made a beginn
ing in that direction by adding two finan
cial amendments one to give the Secretary
of the Treasury discretion as to what de
nomination of notes shall be issued in place
of those redeemed and cancelled, aud one
making gold certificates non-receivable for
custom dues after July 1, 1895, and forbid
iug their use by national banks in their re
serves, aud stopping their future issue to
a regular appropriation bill, it is expected
that a number of such amendments will bo
proposed in the Senate, including several
for the issue of bonds and for the free coin
age of silver.
The amendment to the Nicaragua Canal
bill, providing that ' no more than one
dollar in stock of the company shall be
issued foi every dollar, ill truth and in fact
expended by the company," which was offer
ed by Senator Wolcott and adopted by the
Senate previous to the passage of the bill,
has deprived the lobby of much of the satis
faction of getting the bill through the
Seuate. Its chance for getting through the
House is very small, so small in fact that
few people even profess to be able to see it.
Adolph Sutro has decided that within the
next four months a handsome building will
replace the old Cliff House which was de
stroyed by tire on Christmas night. The
new Cliff House w ill be a more handsome
structure than the old, and will cost $50,
000 or more to complete it.
The new structure w ill cover an area of
92x100 feet and will be five stories in height,
the upper floors to be surrounded by broad
verandas. There w ill also be high observa
tion towers, so tiiat good views of the ocean
can be obtained. The interior decorations
will be elegant, no stone being left unturned
to make the place a pleasure resort of the
highest charactar. The uew building will
hang further out over tho cliffs than the old
did, and to do this safely the foundation
will be supported by heavy tiuibes imbedded
in the rocks. Ex.
Deep Snow in the Mountains.
The following is giveu as the depth of
snow at the various points ou the mountains:
Truckee, ten feet; Summit, twenty-one;
Cisco, 15; Kmigrant Gap, 14; Blue Canyon,
; Towle, 7; Dutch Flat, ti; Gold Run, 5;
Cape Horn, ft; Colfax ten inches.
D. LWERTHEIMER&Co,
-Dealers In-
G-exieral Merchandise
DeLamar, USTevacia..
: r-
GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS A SPECIALTY.
-:0:-
HLXERS- Ml) PROSPECTORS OUTFITTED GBNERALLV
CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS
A COMPLETE STOCK OF FURNITURE!
Carson Appeal: The money in the
Treasurer's vault was counted and the
money and tho Treasurer's figures tallied to
a cent. There was $280,000.40 in the
vault aud Sl,4oTi,057.8ti in bonds.
The State is on a pretty fim financial
basis.
The New York Sun can be very sarcastic
when it likes. It states that a New York
lady, an art student, has been visiting
Cleveland, O., lately, and has become en
chanted with a South Side gallery, and
writes back of it as follows:
"Wheu I go back to New York I shall
only have to close my eyes to recall with all
the fresh, keen pleasure my first impressions
of tho beautiful piece of flreuial architecture
reared in your midst by Mr. C. I". Ulney; a
most deligtful surprise in an American city.
It greets you with its yellow walls and
white columns like a Hash out of old Athens."
Upon which the merciless Sun comments
in this style:
We want tn nsk the smart Alexanders of
New York if there is one among thorn who
can boayt that he lias a 'beautiful piece of
(irecial architecture reared in his midst?"
If there is, let us havo his name and like
wise an account of the structure. At this
writing, however, we are quite sure that
Cleveland possesses the only person now
living with a beautiful piece of (irecial ar
chitecture in his midst.
Call And See Our Stock Of
b & Hardware
KVKHYTIIIXO AT BEDROCK PllICES ! !
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair.
DM1
"DICK'S"
RESTAURANT
AND
Chop -:- House
On Main Rti-cct
Is the iiest place to call when you want the
lieat meal to be had in Pioche.
Meal Tickets 3 For SI.OO
The Bakery has also Fresh Bread,
Pies and Cakes Evety Day.
pieces
Drug Store.
1
M1B tTNDEHHtflNKD RESPECTFULLY AN
noil n co to the people of Pioche and Lincoln
couny that their New Drug Store, on Main street
two doors north or the God be Mercantile Store,
iR now open with a new utoek
Cliomicals,
Medicines
Toilet Articles,
PERFUMERY.
AND TOOTH BRUSHES.
SOAP, SPONGE, KTO., ETO.
Union
Pacific
System
World's Pictorial Line
The SHORTEST LINE
To All Principal Points.
TiiAiNs lirN as Follows:
Effective Nov. 26, 1893.
South Bound. Koktu onro,
10:00 p, m. arrive. .Frisco letve 4:80 a.m.
7:40 p. in. arrive. .Milford C:0S p.m.
12:10 p. m. have. .Juab 2:15 p. m.
7:45 a. m. leave Salt Lake... .arrive 6:10 p. m.
3:00a. in arrive.. Halt Lake li)ovefl:20 p.m.
1:45 a. m. leave . .Ogdea ftirlvo 7:30 p. m.
Trains between Frisco and Juab run dally eicept
Hundays. , ,
Fup PJas?etigp Ttrafos
Daily Kach Way Between Salt
Lake and Offden.
Two Transcontinental Trains
Daily Kach Way Betwoen Salt Lsk.
and the Kast and West.
For rutes nf fare and all information, call on or
addrei-s M. J. EDUEWORTH, Aent,
Mllford, Utah.
S. II. II. CLARK, 1
dl.lVtlt W. MINK,
E. r-LLKHY ANDKHRON, Receivers.
JOHN W. DOANK,
FREDRICK R. GOUDERT,
E.L. I.UMAX, G. P. 4 T. Agl
E. DICKENSON. Ueu'l Manager.
.A.I.AROE VARIETY OF.
MOST iiRFFCT MADE.
A cure Crura (V-.m .1' T.v Ur Powder. Fret
i'rom Amr.ie.-.i.i, Muiu'.'rry other adulterant
A'i v :-:: tu:; :t.'.7apd.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
A New Superintendent Appointed For
The DeLamar Property.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made.
The Virginia Chronicle of recent (late
says: Ualph Nichols, who has been super
intendent of the Sutro Tunnel for some time
has sent in his resignation, to take effect on
the tint of March, Mr. Nichols has been
appointed superintendent of the famous De
Lamar mines and mill at DeLamar, Lincoln
county Nevada. The DeLamar, Monkey
Wrench or Ferguson district has become
celebrated for its rich gold mines during the
past two years. It is a young gold field,
being not over two or three years old, but it
is one of the most promising regions in the
State. The town of DeLamar is located
aiiong the mines and is a flourishing camp.
It is probably a hundred miles from Pioche
and is reached after a long stage journey.
There are something like 800 men in the
district of DeLamar at present. The April
Faol and Jim Crow are two of the leading
mines in the district. One group of mines
changed hands several months ago for over
$400,000. When the new railroad from
Salt Lake City to Los Angeles is completed,
the DeLamar and other rich mining districts
in eastern Nevada, will be opened up to the
outside world.
Mr. Nichols was superintendent of the
Pioche Con. Co.'s property here about two
years ago and proved to be a gentleman of
much ability and was liked exceedingly well
by everyone, A better man could not have
been chosen for the responsible position Mr.
Nichols is about to take and we wish hin
the best of luck in his position.
SCHOOL REPORT.
The following is the average in Deport
ment, punctuality and schoolwork in the
Grammar department for January:
CLASS "A."
D. 1'. H.
Maggie Conaway 100 U7 96
Sabra Turner 100 100 ft
Maud O'Connor 100 100 95
Ada Peasley 100 100 95
Tillle Roedor 99 100 95
Hannah DeFties..; 99 70 90
AHhley Turner 09 97 9(1
AlmaDnpont 100 99 92
Alton Oarmu 99 100 96
liosanua Dnuont 100 93 69
Edward Donohue 98 75 85
Harry Goodrich 95 97 80
OI.A89 "B"
MaKgie Hunter 100 9S 92
Siwiie O'Connor 100 100 95
Frank Thompson 90 100 90
Dolllo Warren..., 109 93 90
Oeorge Mesbiitt 95 96
Mable O'Connor 109 100 95
Curtis Warren 93 93 91
Charley Osborne 93 100 ' 99
Grace Harris 89 100 89
Jos DeFriez 97 94 9
Eddie Roberts 91 100 89
Rustel Scott 91 80 , 71
Charles Garrison 80 100 ' 93
John Donohue 9ft 70 91
Julia Lynch S 88 88
Amelia Lynch 90 30 83
Lonis Adleman 93 80 68
Willie Carman 93 100 91
Frank Allen 93 08 85
Edgar Bhter 80 95 80
John Jose.... 94 98 85
May Morgan 100 97 n
VV. D. Pkewitt,
Principal Pioche Public School.
NEW TO DAY.
Bills Allowed
-LIT THE
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
- OF
LINCOLN
COUNTY
AT
MKKTING II KM) FKH.,
L Pyphnu
John Bhier
T. J. Osborne
W. J.Dooley
10 CO
110 CO
8U 33
CO 60
Notions and Fancy Articles.
Physician's Prescription carefully com
pounded, day or night, and orders from abroad
lilted with care and dlBpati'.li by a competent drug
gist. Dr. J. D. Campbell,
PROPRIETOR.
Chemical and Microscopic Kxaminationa
of Urine.
LOUIE KLEIN,
AT THE OLl
Culls Promptly Attended, Day or Nliflit.
SOCIKTIKS.
J A Clark 60 00
H. J. Goodrich 41 60
M.Bchanfor 10 60
H. E. Freudenthal 133 33
J. Conaway 10 06
C. Fook 15 00
E. Goodrich 114 60
H.J.Goodrich 2 00
E. D. Turner 18 00
J D Campbell It) 50
N. P. Doolcy 15 00
H. E. Freudenthal 7 15
W J Uooley 11 65
A. Carlisle 21 30
T. J. Osborne a 50
Wm Clark 1 83
J. NeBbitt & Bro 27 25
Robt Logan 4 75
J Elsenmann 12 75
T. J. Osborne 7 00
STATE OF NEVADA 1
Couuty of Lincoln I
I, II. J. Goodrich, Clerk of tho Board of County
Commltifiionpra of Lincoln County, Htate of Nevada,
hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true aud
complete list of all claims against said county,
allowed by s ld Board on tho date above given.
H. J. GOODRICH, Clerk.
I. O. O. P.
PIOCHE LODGE KO. 23.
MEETS EVKHY TUESDAY AT7:30
o'clock ill tlielr hall on Main street.
- Vinlting Brothers cordially in
vited to attend.
M. Wn.UAMn, Secretary
J. D. Campbell, N. G.
A. O. II V.
PIOCHE LODGE NO. 26.
THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF
Pioche Lodne No. 20, A. O. IT. W., are
held in Odd Fellow's Hall the first
and third Wednesday evening of each
i? month, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Visit
lug brothers cordially invited t'o
ia 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,
T AND SHOE
attend.
John Shier, Recorder.
J. D. Campbell, M. W.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO?
mmm Li Li rasem
MARK
tags
COPPER RIYETED CLOTHING
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
FACTO RV SAN FRAN CISCO - CALIFORNIA.
V. & A. M.
ST.JOUN'g LODGE NO. IB.
MEETS THE FOURTH SATURDAY In
each month at Maaonio Hall, nn Laconr
street. AU visiting Brothers In good
manumit are mvicea to attend.
JAMK9 NE3BITT, Secretary.
J. D. CAMPBELL. W. M
First door north ot the Odd Follow's Build
lug, Main Street.
Repairing Promptly and Neat.) QM
7
Notice of Forfeiture.
To K. O. Weatcrn, hin ftrantoaH, K8lnfl, helm,
emcutorn, or admiotatrator and all partieH claim
ing under, from, by or through him:
You are hereby notified that the undenlgned co
owner with you In the mining claim known ait the
"WtBt End" eltuated in Ely Mining Dintrict, Lin-
coin County, Htate of Nevada, has performs the
work and maie the eipendituren on the gatrt min
ing claim, required br nectlon 'i'.fH of the KvinAd
Hutu ten of the t1 it i tel States to hold the narao for
the yearn lHm. 18'.K, "J I, W, '(U, and '04 and the
mount due from you, your grantven, a Mi gnu, or
administrator, etc., on account of audi expendi
tures on aald mining claim ie the sum of oue hun
dred and aeventy-iive dollars (175.1
And If within ninety davs after (he nuhllcatinn
of this notice you fall or refuse to contribute your
said proportion of such expenditure aa co-owner,
yuur interest in saia Claim win become tun prop
erty of the Hiibscriber under said section 2:m.
JOHN 1UNOHAM.
Dated Pioche, Nevada. December 27,
THE "PEOPLES
Main Htroet, Pioche.
OPPOSITE 1, AGO 'JR.
W. H. CLARK,
PROPRIETOR.
-KEEPS ON HAND FRESH
BEEF, - MUTTON, - VEAL,
Pork and Sausage.
Resaonabla Prlcss to All and Free Delivery to all
Farts of Town.
Country Order Promptly Attended 70

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