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Pioche Weekly Record.
THURSDAY. APItlL U I S'.w. Official Paper of Lincola County rrailsHID m ThMiDlI I RecorJ Publishing Company, ..tuoru UUIET. TKil.UMl aMcrltlaa.Ou. Jw. t il.ll .".'...II 00 MalMerlpUoD.'tU Itnnthe. 1 M f.rwrd.l (III Paid Par. aaeertlalaa riiM lvauhrt upon pplicaito) i tb office. catered t 111 PortoffW (I Plorbe, Nevada, &eond-Cls matter. Ooisma&tcauooa are aoltt-Mril. hnt lb. paper will aot reapoeetble for the -inukn of It cor. eapoadeata. Delivered by cirrier at 60 cents per month. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Spring ia all hsr beauty. Every teamster should liar Ttib. Henry Freudeotbal left (or Comet Sunday morning. ' Sprains aud bruiaee yield to Trib. Easter Sanday ii on the ISth, Arbor day the following Friday, Our towtvaman, Joe Eiienmann, arrived from California Monday evening after an abeeoce of sereral month. Trib does not claim to cure all ill; but doe cure all ilia it claim to. The Summit mill ie being repaired prepar atory to doing work there to commence in a ehort time. V. G. liedmayne ia actively at work on bit tunnel near the ichool house, flood luck Vio. ! Henry Kahn, representing Kalin Urol, of Salt Lake, ipent Tueaday in town, he left for DeLamar on Wedneseay. i Trib is only a linimont; but ia the best I liniment yet discovered by man. Therefore much is said about it. Herald. Conaiderable shooting is being heard in the hills. Some development work is being done, but Is kept as quite as possible. R. O. Soohfield has sent to Washington to be patented a oontriranced for helding and fasting windows in any position desired. The aale at J. Kesbitts' store atill contin. ues to draw. Hs is selling at half price hia ' atock of dry goods, groceries, hardware etc. Fitzsimmone admitted to Senator Iogalls thai tt kWo witk wki.U k. kuvuked uuf Corbett waa accidental, involuntary and de . livered at random. Soma freight is arriving at laat. Both storekeepers and the public is glad to get some of the Decenaries that have been so short for the psst six weeks. Sheriff H. E. Freudenthal left on Tueaday morning for the aouthern part of the oounty on buaineaa connected with hia office aa ex officio assessor. He is accompanied by his wife. Judge Talbot, judge of the Fourth Judicial Distriot, will open Court here onthe 26th of May. It looks at preaent as if it would not be a lengthy one, though there are a number of civil eases on the docket. Phoebe Cousins haa renounced woman suffrage, and deolares that her sex has proved a failure in publio life. It will be remembered that Phoebe herself waa once United State Marahal. Chioago Chronicle. Mr. Moody says he pities thoso wives whose huaband have never done wrong. Ttaie shows that knows, what a surpassing pleasure it is to a woman to blow a man up. St Louis Republic. We received a oommumicatiou from Bunk rville to-day asking some questions about the miflino law IaIaIo anngk in tn ofT-i,. IV. ' a ' J ri -V WMVWW. If v will answer in next week's Record, the letter having came to late to be answered in this issue. There are several hoga running loose that are gradually starving, which ia making them desperate and have of late chased aome little children. Notice ia hereby given that these hoga wilt be killed upon the first prov ocation. The owners take notice. Boston Bacon: Only wicked and unfeel ing men refer to the average c!ub women as "hena," yet the dear, good Transcript grave ly announces that Mrs. Howe and "other well known club women will set in a box' , at the forthcoming entertainment. More railroad talk ia afloat. It is ie ported that a party of engineers will leave Milford sometime this week and proceed slowly by team along the grade betwoen here and Milford to thoroughly examine it It could not be learned who they repre aented, but it is plainly evident that the idea of opeuing a road through this county to the eoast is still occupying the minds of capital ists. It is the most feasible of all railroad projeota dow thought of, and its conaumma tion is bound to mature in the near future. The programme rendered at the close of the Panaca school was a commendable affair. The house was crowded and speeohes of commendation and thanks were addressed tn the principal and assistant for the valuable services rendered during the term. The school has been ably presided over by Prof, Bath unit, assisted by Miss Taylor. Miss Taylor received presents from each of her ' pupils while Prof. Batburst was the recip. irnt of nnmerou favors in tb shape of silk hsoWkerchiefs, ties, etc. VKTIDnTVtKAr, FAITHFUL MEN OR WO " soeo lev travel (or reepoDSlble established, bouse in Nevada. Mlarjr 1780. payable IIS woolly and eipansee. Position permanent. Befarences Enclose, e)f addnwd stamped avIoe. This keUaas ' ttMitaUduieVOaieego. Confidence Not Restored. The recent eUcts-si the East giv s the lie to the Republ re sad mocrt gn'i it.Kt'n that eoitidaiiae wouli be ft 't with the election f McKinlry. 1te ! ajvo.-atra have a I ife I a ruJ n..t ignal victory, turnup an urbelmiug , tuy. for the Rulicaos iot- a Dmoeralie wt. -l which makes the i r..iptioo charge ot illegal voting and the fraudulent utsof ni uty U o ly an evident fact. The most notable auccesaes were iu Detroit, Michigan; Cincinnati, Ohio; aud Chicag.i, Illinois, in each and all of w hich the silver men defeated the guldbuga. Mayor I'togree'e successor in Detroit will bs a silver man and Carter Harrison, Jr., the silver no minee, received more votes in Chicago than ail bis goldbug competitor, Republican and Democratic, combined. The vote io Chicago, though the election waa hotly contested, h.,ws a falling off from 354,900 laat November to about 283,000 last week. The latter representa the normal and legal vote of the rity, the vote of lat November having been abnormally swelled by hobos and imported votera from other Statee, who were quartered ia the city at the expense of the trust, to carry Illinois for McKioley. The people to-day fully realize that pros perity cannot be restored to the country un til the volume of money is increased. , The most natural way to expaud the eum-oi-y is to restors silver to its historic place a a money metal by opening the mint to it coinage on an equality with gold at the ratio of 10 to 1." ' We waut money that will be a legal tender at borne for all debts, public and private, and if Europe does not wsnt that money and will not exchange its commodi ties for it ia an much the better fur the Cull ed States. Grand Jury Report. The grand Jury in the United Stale Court, held in Caraon made their report lut week, and compleated their labor aa follows: A sealed indictment was brought iu which will not be made public until the person is apprehended. R. P. Kir by, of Hi no, charged with counterfeiting, was discharged. J. E. Clemen ws indicted for the offense of counterfeiting. In the Court the following all plead guilty of selling whiskey to Indians, waived time for sentence and will be si'ntoru ed Friday morning: J. L, Jones, K. R. Cloudiloy, Albert Msnn and Ah Ki. Sam Kong, Henry Brogau, Martin Alvino plead not guilty and their trial will begin Monday at 10 o'clock. Worth Knowing. In a ohapter entitled "The Election lie turna in Mr. Bryan'a great book "The Firat Battle," it says: "Of the popular vote Mr. McKiuley re ceived a plurality of 510, "40, which ia less than the plurality given by the three Status, Pennsylvania, Mew York and Mansa cliueetts. A change of !)C2 votes from the MoKinley column to Bryan's in California would have given Bryan the entire electoral vote of that Stste; in Oregon a change of 1,00!) votes would nave given him the elec toral 'ote of that State; in Kentucky a ehange of 142 votes would have given him the entire vote of that State; in Indiana a change of 9,002 votes would have given him the electoral vote of that State; in North Dakota a change of 2,826 votes would have given him the electoral vote of that State; in West Virginia a ebange of 5,445 vote would have given him the electoral vote of that State. Thus a total change of 19,440 votes distributed as suggested above in the States named, would have given him 48 more electoral votes, or a total of 224, a majority of 1. In those states above mentioned the total vote of 1892 was 1,449,022; in 1896 the total vote was 1,728,216, an increase of 278,594, or nearly 1GJ per cent., while the total increase of the nation was 1,865,198, or nearly 13 2-5 per cent. "This calculation was made to show how narrow was the defeat of bimetallism, and what is possible for the future. The six states above mentioned were all considered doubtful, and in those atatea Bryan'a vote exoeeded by 72,193, the total vote cast for Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Weaver in 1892.'' Thirty Year at Hard Labor. C. B. Logan, the young man who on the 13th of February murdered an Indian nam ed Jim King near Yeringtoo, waa found guilty or murder in the aecood degree by a Lyon county jury. Judge Mack, before whom Logan waa tried, sentenced the man slayer to a term of thirty years in the State Prison at hard labor. The people of the State generally feci that justice has been done and the Indians are fully satisfied with the result of the trial, "Logan get free." said Captain Dave, chief of the Piut- ea, "bye and bye he kilt more Piute. Now he go to the big jail. He no come back any more; no can kill Injun." Logan was takento the penitentiary Friday iu charge of tho Lyon county Sheriff and commenced his seoteooe of thirty years. He was greatly affected. Journal. Board of Honorary Visitor, liovernor Sadler has appointed and com missioned the following members of the Board oi Honorary Visitors to the Nevada State University, one from each county: Chsif Justice Belknap, by virtue of his office chairman of the board; W. ('. Grimes, Churchill county; Fred Dangberg Jr., Doug las comity; W. W, Kooher, Elko county; A. Skiliman, Eureka; P. M. Bowler, Jr., Es ameralda; D. S. Truman, Humboldt; J. A. Blossom, Lsnder; A. S. Thompson, Lincoln: J. E. Gignoux, Lyon; Andrew Maute, Nye; John Wagner, Oruisby; F. M. Hnffaker, Storey; fc. R. Dodge, Washoe; Sol Hilp, White Pine. A Michigan girl confessed to her pastor that ahe had received attention from v.n- teen young men, and that fifteen of them n au Kissea ner. ine cneit point of thia con fession, according to the Louisville Courier Journal seems to be that there are two mighty lucky youug men in Michigan. Wanted-Jto Idea Protect yonr Idea they mar bi Writ JHHM WKIinrbuhBU m. r Who can think of some ainipia thing to patent? sera. Waahlnfton, D. C, for tbalr al.Suo urlsa osTse and list or two auuttnd hftuiiuwiiM Awarded Higftest Hmton.--'vVr,rJ4, Fsir. MS CREAM WW WNWtiL MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Free ftom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard. FROM DeLAMAR. To-day, the 15th, is py day at the April Fool. If signs don't fsil wedding bells will riog in the near future. Quite a number of men that were laid off at the DeLamar mine have departed for other field. Notwithstanding the bad roada east of Panaca our mail continue to come in promptly on time. The largest number of teams eince laat fall are puting in wood to the DeLamar mill, the road are in fine condition. II. H. Cooper and Pat Callery returned from Rsndsburg on the Ctb, snd reHrt it as a good place to stay away from. Mr. Greggeraon ia rushing his wood con tract for the April Fool mill, there aro no more delays and are running on full time. F. P. Swindler has shaken the dust of the county seat from his feet snd lias moved his family to DeLamar where he will remain permanently. The force at the DeLamar minea have been still further reduced, but from authen tic sources we are informed that the lay off will be only temporary. Conaiderable freight is coming into town, some of it having been in tranait for aeveral week; freighters report the roads improving but still iu a bad shape. Ki-Covernor adsms depsrted for the north on the 13th after spending several weeks in town, looking into the butcher business' in which he is the wholesale furnisher. On the 77th anniversary of Odd Fellow ship, DeLsmar Lodge, No. 35, will give a grand ball, which is the 2Cth inat., at Vietta 4 Purtscher'a hall. A grand time is ex pected. The Blue Bell saloon which hss been vacant some time, has been leased by Messrs. Clark & O'Brien. Both gentlemen are popular and will run a firat-class es tablishment. At the present time DeLamar is enjoying lovely weather, the roads in and around town are dry and dusty and everything in dicates that spring has come, and we hope this time to stay. Mr. Phil Smith who was shot some weeks ago by the accidental discharge of his pistol that was laying on the seat of the cart, is recovering finely, and is able to leave his room and take short walks. Max Shaeffer has diaposed of hia soda water factory to Mr. Carther, a gentleman who thoroughly understands the business, having been connected with some of the lesding faotories in the Weat. Mr. C. H. Smith of theDeLamar mill re signed his position last week, and in comp any with Mr, Paul and son departed for the north where they are all interested in a fine copper prospect. We hope they will re alize all they expect to, Mr. Lachmund one of the assayers at the DeLamar Company departed on the llth for Colorado on very important business, viz to secure a wife, and will return to Delamar with his bride. The boys are preparing a great reception for him, Friday afternoon the DeLamar brass bsnd gave a hard times' parade in town and made lots of fun; the boys made up to look hard times and they filled the bill to perfection. On Monday they gave a hard times' ball, a large orowd attended and all pronounced it a grand success. A fine programme will be given on the 19th of April at Vietta's hall in aid of the Church of the Nativity. Some fine musio and singing will be given. The participants have been in rehearsal for some time under the able tuition of Professors Mondsy and O'Brien, who speak in the highest terms of their pupils. Mr. John Frank, Jr., received from Salt Lake City a beautiful and ornamental iron aud wire fence, which he placed around the grave of his departed wife, who died some months since. He will piece a fine in scribed marble headstone, which will be a monument to his faithful wife and also to his dsvotion. The Palace drug store is well named; since their removal iuto their new establish ment on the south side of Main street, they have spared no expenae in making it what it is named, the Palace; the stock has been in creased and contains a fine line of new drugs, toilet articles, perfumery, patent medicines, and everything pertaining to a first-class establishment. LEVI -STRAUSS & CO. FACTORY SAN FRANCISCO -CAL. COPPER RIVETED Tiaoi OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. - EMPLOY OVER 330 OtRLO. The new discovery heretofore spoken of several mile southeast of town, a boot oee mile froau Horn Springs, is taming out to be a bonanxs; the lucky owner have beea workiog oe a tuooel that they now have ia about 80 feet, snd though tbey have But jst struck tea ledge proper, tny are taking oat ore that asaaya over seventy dollars ia gold to the ton besidea carrying considerable silver; several other claims have been taken up, and when the snow disappears, which is still deep, quite a large number will be located. Deputy Sheriff Johnson has published the law ia regards to cleaning the back yard of all places so needing. Horse racing ia town, ball plsyiug and the leaving of trail wagons on Main Street, or dumping rubbish, gar bage, or any refute matter on any public thoroughfare in the town, and explains the penalty in such cser, the limit of which is a fine of f 100 for each offense or imprison ment in the county jail for six montha with hard labor on the public worke. A word to the wiae ia aufficient. Depnty Sheriff Johnon ia a hustler, be haa had our Main atreet put in splendid condition, and it i now io better hape than it haa ever been, aud not the least outlay to the toan or county. Those who are for tunate enough, or unfortunate, to occupy rooms st the Hotel de Johnson, have the privilege of enjoying the fresh air and work ing on thp streets, or remain in the bastile On abreviated diet. On Saturday evening the young ladies of DeLamar, sixteen in number, produced at Vietta's hall the ladies' drama, entitled, "Rebecca's Triumph," in a manner that surprised the audience, which was a large one, the hall being packed, and to eay that they all acquitted themaelvea well ia apeak ing mildly. The general desire ia that they will give another performance. They will be assured of a rousing bouse. Because President Lincoln's son was onae Secretary of War President Grant's son re fuses to become assistant to Secretary Alger, He aspires to foreign honors, and in hi let ter of declination he say he regrets that he ia not to serve the Administration "for which I worked earnestly." Grant haa no influence with the voters, snd there were no evidences last summer of his doing anything of importance to aid the Republicans, He ia a selfish office-seeker, who if it were not for his name, could not " be elected Alder man in his native town. Chicago Chronicle. Wanted-An Idea 7ho can think of ioiu simple Protect your Ideas; they may lirlug you wealth. Write JOHN WKUDEHUURN ft Co., Patent Attor neys. Waiabtngton, D. C, for their $l,8uu prlu offer awl list ot two hundred lnrenilooB wanted. i (nil It io paiemr Notice toCreditors N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF R. W. -1 Zaehow, deceased. Notice 1 hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrator with the will annexed, of the estate of H. W. Zaehow, deceased, to the creditors of, and to all pemou having claim against said deceased, te exhibit aatd eltima with the necessary vouchers, within three months aftnr the Arst publication of this notice, to the uld administrator, at his office at the town of Pioche, In said county of Lincoln Dated, 1'loche, Nov., January '.list, ltp.17. JOHN O. (iELABEKT, Administrator of said estate. Milford, Pioche and DeLamar ST.A.GKE LHSTE. Btage leaves Milford every morning excep Monday at 8 o'clock, or immediately after the ar rival of th train, and arrive In Hoc Ire tn ii hours. Leave Pioche every evening except Sundsy at 4:45 o'clock. Through Fare each way, . 12.50 Reduction on round trip ticket. Freight at reasonable rates. For particular call on A. S. THOMPSON Pioche Agent. The Weekly Record, Published every Thursday at Pioche, Nev., T. J. OSBORNE, Editor. The Oldest, Largest and Best paper in South eastern Nevada. We make a speoialty lAIs nrAni of doing first-clsss JUD ft UI1V At prices as low as the Isowest. MARK. V. A. M. rr.ioan lodge o. 1. It I ETi TH FOrBTB SATfBDAT ta ear smash at uM Faiunrs stall, ua Maia SUMS. All vis. Una ttroaawt US teaditia ar ianiad vu mat W. L. ecu 1 1 , scrary B. a.alasO. W. M. roUKaTKR or AMERICA. OOCBT IIIVABA. Io. la. COrtT VET ADA, So. 11. FOBE8TEII8 OF Aanertca. saaat every Taaeday avenuif at tb I. O. O. F. H.U. Visiuac and aojournina; brsthna eorlially Invited to atttod. U. W. Mils. Bsa'i SUnEaa. F. a. ChM kanfer. Goo. Fatty's Saloon On Main Street, lis the Leading Resort of D0I1AMAH. All the Leading Attractions and a First Class LUNCHB COUNTER Connected with the Houw. GEO. B. PETTY, Sole Proprietor. Palace Drug Store Hss s Complete Btoek of Fresh Drugs, Patent Meaicines,. Chemicals, Perfumeries, -vSoaps, Brushes, Notions. Imported end Domestic Cigars and Tobacco. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Compound- ea fct All bourn of tne day and night by W. H. Meek. Hans Olsen's slooist The Only First-Class Resort in DeLamar. The beat ot WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS Passed over the Bar. Connected with this house 1 a Cool and pleawnt - CLUB ROOM, whera patroni will always be, made to feel at home." Blot's Restaurant. ; Furnishes the BEST BOARD to Ibe had in town ' A private dining room, with en m trance from Main St., has just been V added for the convenience of ladies 7 and other guests MAIN STilEET. DELAMAR. s piro s . . . aloon, . . Opposite Water Okkice, DeLamak, Dispenses the best brands of Liquors and Cigars over the bar. Give me a Call. Spiro Dooklestich. Dan Mandich, at thk IO.TTSSX.eA.3Sr iXH-TJIT ST OH. 3D, Main St., - - DeLamar. SODA WATER, ALL. FRUIT PL. TORN Kaep constantly on hand ORANGES, LIMES and other FRB8B FRUITS, with ths lloest Assortment of 0BOI0K CONFICTlONEJLf to be found In town. A Choio Lin ot TOBACCO and CIGARS. "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Alain Street Is the Best place to call when you want the Best meal to be had in Pioche. Meal Tickets 3 For 81.00 The) Bakery haa also Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Every Day. F. R. McNAMEE, Attorney auct 2JMJ11' - eat (Xjssvw, DalUJLaJt, . iiiAOA. John Shier's .nd PATENT Prescriptions Carefully compounded at all hours of the day or eight. CHRISTMAS and HOLIDAY OOOD"0WII8i1t1SiI)B. JOIIX BIIIKlt. I'roprietor. Upper Main Street. DeLamar. NEW Goods, Styles, Stocii. Omr Fall and Winter Stools. I now in place, which comprises the 6oest Quilts and California tfrlankets. ; a full line Latest designs in Dress Good of Ladies and Children s tnderwesr. Hosier-, Faecinatora; newest styles in Ladies' and Children's Shoes; Men's best California Flannel Underwear, Hose, ' Sweaters aod Buckingham ft Hect's Boots and Shoes. In Our Liue of GROCERIES Is the Best of Quality and cheaper than the cheapest of inferior quality. Our Prices Defy Competition. Call and be Convinced. NO TROUBLE D- L. Wcrthcimcr & Co., Ml C. II lagetln. atreet, 'Deliamar. Dealer in ... . Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Copperware and Sheetironware, Guns, Pistols, Ammunition and Fine Lamps. Hardwood and Wagon Timbers. Doors, Windows, Paints, Oils, and a fine line of WALL IPAJPinR Iron, Steel and Pumps, Packing and Hose, Machinists' Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools, Steam, Water and Gas Pipe, All my goods are of the best quality, and in the shop I am prepared to turn out at short notice any orders for Tinware, Copperware, Sheetiron Work, etc., etc One Price to -A. 11 axicl All 3Ex-lce eaaoiia1ole, avis HisBiiT, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Choice Groceries, n Clothing, Dry Goods, D Boots & Shoos, Etc., HARDWARE, CARPENTERS' AND MACHINISTS' TOOLS, White Stone Front, - - DeLamar, Nevada. Call and inspect our Elegant and Varied Assortment of Winter Goods now displayed. Nothing in town to equal them. -7 Whitehead, Miles & Co., Dealer io ' S General Merchandise TBT OUB Frid-e of Japan Tea, IHT "Free" Sample at Our Store. A New Boots, Slioes. and. Men's Ora Peicbs are Right. tbb Nevada Lodging House, ISJEWLY Furalshsd 1 MRU. L. UAWDBN, throughout with olesn , comfortable bed, furnish. ( e the best placs at which I to secure conifoMsbls' Proprietress quarters. MAIN STREET, DELAMAR. Drug Store MEDICINES. Toilet Articles ' And Sundries of Ererr Ii. Description. 7 aa line of- . .J T A full line of Oookitiff and Hetl. Stows, Dishes. Linens, and a full lias i of Household Ooods; newest designs - in Carpets; Moquetta and Smyraa Hugs snd Linoleum. TO SHOW GOODS. 0I0B81 813B1TT. llalPUBTID Line of Hats, Caps Farnisnings. Cove and Try Them. Dr A. Hudgens, DENTIST. DeLamar, I - Nevada BENJAMIN SEDERS, Attorney no Counselorat-Law and Notary Public, DeLxsub, Lis cols Co Nitab.