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VOL, XLV1II. PIOCHE. NKVADA. THURSDAY, APRIL 14. 1SJKS NO. 15. fm Piocie WEEKLY The aggregated strength of the militia of the United States bj a late report is 113,760 men. The total number of men liable to military duty in the country ia 10,378,118. "The general public," said Com modore Schley ,evidentlT believe that the minutes war is decared we beli to shoot. The fact ia, it mignt be many dnya after a declaration of war before we would be called upon for action. teach a pretty he has a good If a man tries to girl to ride a wheel steady job. Bodie Miner: It has been ruled at Washington that sagebrush iei"tim bar" and must not be cut on public lands. Neit we May Vr hat r-ud mineral and mast not be packed from public land on one's boots. An exchange tells a story of a tramp who rang a doctor's door bell and asked the pretty woman who opened the door if she would kindly aak the doctor if he had a pair of old pants that he would give away. "I'm the doctor," said the woman, smiling, and the tramp fainted. The Poll Tax Law to Be Tested. Saturday's Carson Appeal says Yesterday morning when the Reg ister books were opened in Registers Stone's office John Wilson, a com positor on the Appeal, made applica tion for registration and was asked if he could produce his poll tax re ceipt for 1897 and 1898., On receiv ing a negative reply, the Register under the law passed at the last ses sion of the legislature, known as the poll tax law, refused to register his name. The Appeal gave notice to the Re gister that a test case would be made of the matter and has secured Wm Woodburn to make a test of the law Travel to the Klondike has fallen off tremendously in the last couple of weeks, being leas than at any time since December. Nevada MiUtia. The military companies of the state are to be recruited up to the full standard. Adjutant General Galusha has issued a call for recruits in which he says: I would recommend that in all cases for the period of three months from April 15th that the fee required for membership be suspended and all able-bodied men between the age of 18 and 45 years, of good moral character and physically sound, be admitted upon application and en listed for one year or more, if the ap plicant so desires. A Sure Thing for You. A transaction in which you cannot lose is a sure thing. Biliousness sick headache, furred tongue, fever, piles and a thousand other ills are caused by constipation and sluggish liver. Cascarets Candy Cathartic the wonderful new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic are by all druggists guarnteed to cure or money refund ed. C. C. C. are a aure thing. Try a box to-day: 10c, 25o, 50c. aampl and booklet free. Two Milloins a Year. When people buy. try, and buy again it means they're satisfied. The people of the United States are now buying Cascarets Candy Cathartic at the rate of two million boxes a year and it will be three million before New Year's. It means merit proved that Cascarets are the most delight bowel regulator for everybody the year around. All druggists 10c, 25, 50c a box, cure guarnteed. "What some folks caller hopeful disposition" said Uncle Eben, "ain't nuffin but laziness and trustin to luck." Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovery of the age, pleasant and refreshing to the taste.act centlv and ooaitivelv on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleans ing the entire system, dispel colds cure headache, fever, habitual con siipation and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-day 1U, To, 5U cents. Hold and guaran teed to cure by all druggists. Bills Allowed bt; LINCOLN U N'TY IT TIN Ht(.D. APB, MM. Joaa Siaipeoa ... ie Hle ...... Jase Johaeoa..... 8 rnudflotku. LXyphu. K W TtirMr. ... IE afotteaae S P Dooley B I Goodrich John Swing...... Cain. Dick...... Henry Wollend ... ...... 11 H M M SU M 113 38 KM Us a , S3 33 M to uo MM .. . IT 10 100 U0U tow OS II 10 r M Chu Bohr , II 00 Mr IteOalBe H P Dooley.... Pioehe Water On.. ..So 00 .. t M .. 00 . M 00 . 3 60 -.ST a . 40 00 .. W eO J Partactt r The LikIii 1 B H- B W Turner H I Goodrich .......... Frank Walker Deeeret Telegr.ph Uo 18 54 ataeeCixoa , 41 00 RUSchontU 4M Weekly Baoord.. - 00 M ' - 0 00 Geo Frttermsn 8 35 4 CmrllM k Co 10 05 WS Powell 1 41 Dr afr X A Hartani M STATS OP NEVADA. 1 County of Unooln I I, a. t. Ooodrleh, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln County, State of Nersda, hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true mod oomplete Hat of all elaima againet said county allowed by a&M Board on the date abora glrea. H. J. OOODR10H. Clerk Paiiaca Co-op. Dealers in General Merchandise Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Provisions, Groceries, Grain and Hay, A free corral with a good cookhouse. CP. RONNOW, Mgr. PAN AC A NEVADA llfl- Union Pacifi System Local Time Card In Effect Sunday, April 6th, I89G. Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition. Oltl AH A, NEBRASKA. eon soots arrive 4 aa. Arrive 04 a. at. Leave OO a. m. Um 00 p. at. imri kip. m. Leave 0 i at. Leave . . t, a. Arrly "4up.au Leere 730 a av - 1 M p. at 40 a. aranoaa Frisco aflllKtd Mll'.rd OaiK Juab Jeab Hepal Kephl Pro ro Pforo Salt Lake Salt Lake are T no p. I gr: June 1st. to November 1st. 1898. ojotv. aoaxji LaTT:o a. aulas Leave a. a. Arrive :Mt a. ni UeveS UO a. a ' 4 4u a. at " : .. m l:la. ni " 45 K Ant s . " t.Wf.m Nevada Commissioner, SOCIETIES. t. o. o. r. PIOCHS LODOB BO. 88. TUTS ITIBT TCI8DAT ATT JO a'oloek In their hall oa Mala street. Visiting Brother, ordtally In Tltad to attend. i. D-Campbell, K. O. B. F. Prendenthal, Berratary. ' Trains leer Bait Lake for Oadaa daily at TAW ,-.aakaMM..wiMTW.aj. TTelas between Frlaea aad Jaaa ram Jailv eept Sunday, aad oarnr TOTBINT SUiril, BKTWICKN nil.. wveau a.nu aalT LAkl, Col. H. B. Maxson Hrvr A. O. V W. PIOOHK LODOl MO. M. OP THE NEWSPAPER LAW- Colonizing White River Valley. The last White Pine News says: Some thirteen wagon-loads of Mormon settlers have passed through Ely during the week, bound for the Church ranches in White River val lev where they expect to make their homes in the future. Each colonist is allowed to buy 15 acres of alfalfa land with water rights at $16 an acre and one town lot containing an acre of ground for $25, thus making a total of 16 acres for $265, with seven years in which to pay it. Ouly the men are coming out from Utah at present and it is their intention to put in their crops and build some sort of shelters before going for their families. ' The Pahranagat and Moapa Val leys in this county will be quickly colonized in the same way as Boon as they become more accessible to railroad. The lands there are more productive than those now being set tied near Ely, yet it will be noticed that a comparatively' small tract is taken by each party. Throughout the southern part of this county many families hold but from ten to fifteen acres and make living off it. It is about as much land as one man can work when pro perly divided between alfalfa and fruit. Carson Appeal: Its begins to look as it .President McKinley was a re gular subscriber of the Bodie Miner and had been converted to Jim Townsend's theory that the Maine commited suicide. The "Maine" Report. The Record received this morning1 through the curtesy of Senator Ste wart, a copy the message from Presi dent McKinley transmitting the re port of the Naval Court of Inquiry upon the destruction of tue battle ship Maine, together with the testi mony taken before the court. Jt is a book of about 300 pages contain ing 18 photographs .of the wreck, plans of the ship, sounding etc., and will prove intensly interesting reading. SALT LAKE AND RETURN. Reduced Ratee During April. Gor Conference, the Oregon Short Line will sell round trip tick ets from all points at reduced rates. Tickets will be on sale from April 4th. to 9th. inclusive, good for re turn until April 18th. The round triD from Frisco will be $6.70 and from Milford $6.00. This is but one half the fares reg ularly charged. ARBOR DAY. April 22d Proclaimed as Tree Planting Time by the Governor. . ' in accordance with tne provisions of an act of the Legislature,approved February 10,1887,1 Reinhold Sadler Lieutenant and Acting Governor of the State of Nevada, do hereby desig nate and appoint Friday, April, 22. 1898, as Arbor Day, and earnestly recommend that said day be obseev ed by the people of the State in the planting of trees shrubs, and in the adornment of public and private ground and be apprapriate exercises and ceremonies in the publio schools provided, that nothing herein shall be construed as making this a leea holiday so far as the courts and civil eon tracts are concerned. Given under my hand and the great seal of State, at the capitol, in Carson City, this 2d day of April A. D. 1898, and of the independence of the United States the one hundred nd twenty-second. Reinhold Sadler, Lieutenant and Acting Gov. Attest: Eugene Howell, Secretary of State. Beauty Is Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascaret, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up tne lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, black heads and that sickly bilious com plexion by taking Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All druggists, saii faction guarnteed, 10c, 25, 60c. All Subscriber Should Read the Fol lowing Law and Avoid Trouble. 1. All subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the dis continuance of their periodical the publisher may continue to send it until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their periodica' s from the of fice to which they are lirected, they are responsible until '.hey have Bet tied their bills and ordered them discontinued. 4. Subscriber moing to other places without informing the pub lisher, and the papers are sent to the former address, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intended fraud. 6. If subscribers pay in advance they are bound to give notice at the end of the time they do not wish to continue taking it, and the subscriber will be responsible until an express notice with all arrearages are sent to the publisher. 7. The latest postal laws are such that newspaper publishers can arrest anvone for fraud who take a paper and refuses to pay for it. Under the law the man who allows his subscription to run along some time unpaid, and then orders th postmaster to mark it "refused" and have a postal card sent notifying the publisher, leaves himself liable to ar rest and fine, the same as for theft. ,.ijv,,. THS BEOOLAJt IflBTtlleB j f.5. Ploohe Lod.e So. ?, A. O. U. W., &r: f' held in Odd Pellow'a Hall on ? WedneadaT eTanlnaor eaea wees at S" t:80 o'clock 4harv. Vlattlna broiher r..' era oordlally laTlted toattend. 0. 0. Sawaix. at. H. . PaauBEimu., Recorder. WANTkU) SBVtfBAL FAITHFUL MEM OB Wo men to travel for reeponatble eatablahed honae in Nevada. Salary btsu, payaote i weett and ezpenwu. Position permaamt tteereao Knaloee, eelf.4dreeMd etamped' aoTaloe Th National Star BullcUag Chicago. STATE AND COUNTY OFFICERS National Department. JOHN P JOE9, United State. Senator William H arBWAJKT, I'Mtea Bietee eenam P O NEWLAND8, BtpreaentatiTe In Oonsreaa. Judicial Department. a B BF.T.KNAP. Chief Jiwtloe Bunreine Court M B BOSNU'IFLD. Axeoclate Juatlce Sup Court W A KAHHEY, Aaaociate Juatloe Supreme Court Two Iknub tralna dallv from Halt ika all rirtnta Baal, tearing Salt Lake at t0 a. at. and B.H. LAWSOJt, S. BDBLIT. Aaaat. af llfard. Oen'l Airt. Paaaanaaa IbuaMMt S. H . H. OLA UK. awit i.V. nit. OLIVES W. MINI, ' P.. KLLEBT ANDKBSON, JOHN W. DOANB, (iuui&iuua H.UUUDABT. Beoeivera. .lHCKINBOH.Oenerel Mac agar, a. a. u. r. T. Ageat, T. 0. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary PinHc. Office in MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary -:- Public. EXPOSITION CHURCHILL DOUGLAS ELKO -ESMERALDA EUREKA HUMBOLDT LINCOLN LANDER LYON - -NYE ORMSBY " - STOREY WASHOE COUNTY Vice-Presiden tNr4, Rcno,Ndvad. COMMISSIONERS. W. C. Grimes, St. Claic J. F. Danberg, GardnervilU . Geo. Russell, Elk ' J. A. Yerington, Hawthorn - . - Abram Laird, Eureka - G. S. Nixon, Winnemucca - - - - T. J. Osborne, Pioch - J. Blossom, Battle Mountain - - - D. C Simpson, Wellington Andrew' Maute,. Belmont - - John Wagner, Carson J, H. Kinkead and Enoch Strother, Virginia - j. B. McCuliough, Reno WHITE PINE Wm. Burke, Schellbourn DISTRICT Judges. O E MACK, First District A L FITZOExAt.D, Ijecond Dl.trlut' A K UHKNEY. Itilra uiBtnct OEUK'JE F T vLBOT, Fourth District'. Exeoutive Department. B SADLER. Governor E D KELLEY, UoTemor'e Private secretary EUGENE OWKLL. Secretary oi State JAMES R JtTDOB. Attorouy fieneral O A L.OKAVE. State Oomptroller w J WKMrfcBr IELD, sttitw rreaaurer 4 J PRAT 1' Htitn Liod Kem.ter H 10 CUTCISO, Suirmenrt"t Pnbllo Inetrue. tloa - - County 0fios. - J A DENTON, Benat ri GEORGE B WHITNEY, AaiemblTman H E FUEUDEfiTQAL. he-lT and Aeeeeeoin H J GOODRICH, Clerk ' a W T17RNEH, R c r.ir N P nool.RY. Treasurer F R McNAMLE. DMtrk't Attorney and Ex-Offlcio 8 nool ooponnt -napai JOHN FKA KS, Public Admluliitrator W D PBBWITT. urvfy ir JOHN MM t'so'i, Uoii'niii U.i er, l og term JAMES GH.m. .inui:iniier,ahortteiD I LUKE BYUHO. !'u lnl-luoer, hold over) Township officers. H HARTl'Na. Justice o the Pea Plochel JAMbiS HULHB, Oonnt.blo, Plnche J R H 'AG, Justice of the Peace, DeLauiar J JOHNtH)N, Constable, DeLamar; Offioa ia th County Assessor' room at th Caurt-housa, The Trans-Misaissippi and International Congress is composed of delegates from erery Stat and Territory West of the Mississippi rirer. The idea of this exposition originated in that Congress at its session at Omaha in 1895, aud the project has become a National enterprise and the National Commission has been organized and is in active service, there being one commissioner for each of the several departments of the Gov ernment. Moat fo the Trans-MiHsissirmi States are well alone in the r.lilfhrH 3tlH Piiiohp way Sphering exhibits from their respective States and many of them HIIIIUI U ullu T lUullU have made liberal annrormations. while others are Tiretwirinff exhibits through private enterprise. Vice-President H. B. Maxson of Keno, has made arrangements whereby he can get Nevada exhibits, shipped from any point in th State along the line of the C. V. R. R. to Omaha and return, and he requests all persons who- wish the interests of the Stat advertised, to co-operate with the Exposition County Commissioner of his county, whose name is shown above, and prepare some product of his county and send it to the nearest point on th C. P. R. R. from which plac it will be sent to Omaha and exhibited, and returned to the same point at the close of the exposition, free of expense to the exhibitor. Full in formation should accompany everything sent for exhibition. Before sending anything to the line of the railroad a full description should be given to the Exposition Commissioner of the county, who in turn will notify the Vice-President, who will notify him what action to take, other wise there might be many duplications. Apply to your County Repre sentative for further information, and don't let this opportunity of adver tising the resources of Nevada be lost. VK KS'-'fe. STAGE LINE Running via Panaca Stases leaves atllferd avarv mnrnina aanan Monday at S o'clock, or Immediately after the ar rival of the train, and arrive In Ploche In 93 hours. Leaves Hoc be every afternoon sxcept Sunday at I o'olooh Through Far oh way, . . . $12.60 Reduction on round trip tickets. THE W3taaa- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNL 1 a new.paper devoted to th but Interest n western slope, ana particularly to tae aer pment or tne iDtermountam oouatry. For advertlainc Durajosea taoomoarably i best paper between 8aa Fraaoleoa aad Don a :alir, sea l.su. per yarns, l.o Weekly, is pp. P eoL. par yv. .. a Weekly, six months. 1 S" Weakly, three naoatat, .dre... TUB TRIBUNE, Salt Laks Citt, Vtau IxpreBtrates from Mllfoid to Ploche, four cents a pound. A, O. LEE, P.naca Agent. j J . A. DEMTOy. Ploche Agent. WEEKLY RECORD is the Best, Oldest and Most Reliable Paper in Southeastern Nevada, and the Geo. 8. Eawyer, Geo. o. Sawyer MONEY PIOCHE SCHOOL REPORT. - Report of Pioche Public School for month ending Feb 26th 1898 The following average, include Scholarship of each pupils of th Grammar Department. Jennie Sawyer Frank Thompson Will airrisou Alusile Campbell Leonard Canaan Oharl.y Osborne Alex Llyod llH'arun Ada Thompeoa Amy Oa borne Oeorglraak Isabel Oebarn Stevie Carman Llaale Trank Olare Faaslee . Kva Uulaa Laura Oarriaoa Mat roster Rachel Wheeler John Donahue Oraoe Barrille aonda fanner onaway Louis D. Evans, Teaoher. Protect your Ideas, tbey may brtngy Write JOHN WaMjiKKBURN A CO., Pa ays. WaahUuttoa, D. C for tbelr aad UN C two avjadiad aaveaUgaa tiling u patent ou wealta. atent Attor- tl.iuO prlaa s wanted. BHad Girl at Saeeeaafol Fariaew. There lives 20 miles from Oak Hill, Tex., a blind girl, Mary Ashby, who has from a few acres of land cultivated by herself, cleared about $300 each sea son for several years by the growing and aale of vegetable. She began with no capital, and an unfenced piece of un cultivated land. There is now a neat fence about her domain, a well and a rump in the center, and she has, in ad dition to purchasing these, paid for a piano and a wagon to take her veg etables to market, which is 20 miles from her home. Every morning dur ing the dry season the waters a certain number of plant until ahe has gone over the entire place, when she be arins and goes over it again in the same way. The active tense of hearingwhlch nature haa given this blind girl in lieu of her sight enables her to detect insect life easily, and by feeling with her sensitive fingers she can distinguish the mature and aire of the plants and vegetables ah raise. Louisville Die patch. Searea Light oa Land. The recent night attacks on Brit- iah army poets in India have led to the suggestion that all such exposed mill tary camps be provided with power ful electric search tigbts, like tnose used by war-ships. With bright beams vlavinff over the surrounding coun try, it is argued, the danger of night at- tacks would be greatly mnumsnea and sentries and outlying pickets could be protected from the assassin, who, it is asserted, not infrequently gtaiatnem like gme and murder them in th dark ness. Youth's Companion. Sawyer & Sawyer Attorneys at-Law OBlce In Ljrach Block, eo. o. Sawyer Notary Public You invest in subscribing for this paper it money judiciously spent with ' good retain.. Let us ask you a QUESTION. MfcN PIOC ' Wanted-An Idea ;- Protwt your U1ea: jr. ay 1 Write J6hN VfclDK..bUK.S A i .. nays). Washington, D. C, for ittaif $l,Buo prist) otTox na usi m two uuaurou iuvc..i ion wiuLu. , think r. Oiiriple a l-iiient? i Ufullh. ttitut Attor- Do you need printing of any description? If you do give us acall. We do the best, cheap, est and most satisfactory work to be obtained PIOCHE hi-VjBtBe2aaei rug Store. Wheels, , Guaranteed. ', .TTVal 1 VVa WE a n tii A VtJ the Belt Our Job Department l-'HS CNDEK8IONKD BEBPgCTrCLLY AM L aottDoe to the people of Ploehe and Llaeola oouo'y that their New brag Store , oa Main street two aoors nortfi or the uoaee Menantua Store, s noaa-opea wi aew.ioca Ol3.exko.lo etliB. TVtocS-iolxicsea is oneof the most complete " in the State. Record Publishing Co. PlOCHE, NEV. r STiLCSi Ladies', Gentlemen's & Tutdem. Tb Lightest Sunning Wheels oa Earth. THE ELDREDGE .wtjvn.... Toilet Articles PBRFUMERT, HHIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. soac.spoitass. no., no. : IIS GOODS. 117 .a LAB8I VAB1BTY OF. W always Mad Oaod Sewlnj Mrehl! Whf SheeWat at Make fiao Waaaltl National Sewing i39 Broadway, mw I oral. Machine Co., Factory! BsMdm, Db. Notions and Fancy Articles Ptayaleiaa'e Preaeiintlea earafnlW aoa ponaded. day or night, and order from abroad ailed with ear and dtspatca by a competent drug gist. Dr. J. D. Campbell, BOPB1ETOB. Chtmioal and Miaroacopio of TJrin. ExaminatioB alls Preempt!? AtteatHert, Pay rNtsat For Anything in the way of. I6R0CERIESI And : G-eneral : Hou.seh.old : Goods, Call and 8e We have opened up with a general stock of general merchan dise including General Hardware. Goods delivered free to any part of town. As heretofore we will continue to b beadqarter m GRAIN, & FLOES. pricea . . a tz nru.c.jMrj.cr.M Th. Lowe Note. U lJl lrDun.