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EKLT KECO O XLV1II. PIOCHE. NEVADA, THURSDAY, JULY -28. I8S NO. O. ED. I A Paying Prr.fci en. There is uo profession thut holds out such tempting allurements to the youth of tolnv .- tlit of the metallurgist and mining expert," said Mr. D. O. Downs of Sau Fran cisco. "Ijat year, of ihr fl.tss of about a dozen who were graduated at the school of mines in the Uni versity of California, at least ten have found excellent situations, with big salaries. Our Universities cannot turn out expert engineers fast enough for the demaud. When I was in London last summer an English scientist told me that there would be a strong demand for years for competent men, and added that England kept the United States drained of its best mining talent. They are wanted in South Africa, in Australia, New Zealand; in fact all over the world, and they can get higher pay than doctors, lawyers, or any other class of professional men. Any young man who is ambitious for a career that will lead to for tune, if not to fame, and per haps to both, if he be industrious and steady, will moke no mistake by qualifying himself in the direction of mineralogy." Denver Daily Min ing llecord. What most profoundly saddens the habitue of society, in the narrow meaning of that word, is not the exhibition of any monstrous audaci ties in sin, but the sordid averages of petty faults, the everyday little ness and misunderstandings, the dr.eary mass of cowardly conces sions, and of the vulgar compromises apparently inseparable from the exercise of social power. Not only do these things sadden spirits of ex ceptional quantity, but they pro voke passionate protest, and foster also the haunting belief that there is somewhere an ample horizon and a freer air, wherein the soul can spread her wings, and individuality can assert itself. Sentiiial. There is a world of truth in the following homely illustration by the Champion: "If you take one cat by himself and pinch his tail he will j scratch and bite your hand. But take two cats and put them side by side and pinch , both their tails at the same time they will bite and scratch each other. Plutocracy has learned this trick. So it gets the people arrayed in two parties and pincheB their tails and then they fight each other. Like cats they never turn to fight the hand that pinches them." The editorial genius of the Golden Globe in the last issue says: "A new Dewey suit for boys has come into the market. The dislinctive Merritt of these clothes is that the seat of the pants is as strong as Sampson, and a boy dressed in this suit looks very Schley. A boy can slide down a Shafter a plank and not suffer loss with a pair of these pants on. Miles of cloth are being made up into these garments. Watson would be without these clothes wben they can be bought so cheap? The Tribune reports the discov ery of a great chalk mine near Love lock and truthfully exclaims that it will prove of incalcuable benefit to the world. Truly, considered in connection with the marvelous dis covery of a blackboard mine in western Elko this find is one of the greatest of the country. Politicians desiring to figure out the results of the coming election need not send outside of the State for material now. Argonaut. Here is a biography in a nut shell: Born, - welcomed, caressed, cried, fed, grew, amused, reared, studied, examined, graduated, in love, en gaged, married, quarreled, recon ciled, suffered, deserted, taken ill, mourned, buried and forgotten. The heat is intense on our south ern border. The last isBue of the Kingman Miner, shows two separ ate cases of parties overcome by heat and who died. The usual Summer exodus of residents to the coast to pass the hot season is larger than usual. About 35 miners were laid off at the lone mines last week. At Aus tin, also last week about half the miners employed there and a uum ber of thetopmen were laid off and it ib not known when they will be put back to work. The money value of the Spanish ships sent to the bottom by Admirals Dewey and Sampson has been figur ed out to have been iu the neigh borhood of $30,000,000. The people of London, England, are making contributions for the sick and wounded ; in the war, through the Red Cross Society. School Money. State Sup'tof Public Instruction, H. C. Cutting has made the July apportionment of State school funds. It aVjrregntes the sum of $",0,993.45 and is the largest amount over dis tributed at the July apportionment. The increase is the result of addi tional investments in behalf of the State fund. The apportionment was made on a basis of $3. 6043 per,consus child and the amount distributed to Lin coln County is $4,987.82. Dr. J. D. Campbell is in the hands of the local committee on an exam ination for admission to practice law. Hon. Geo. S. ;wyer and T. J. Osborne am theyjonl members of the committee. The " examination papers will be forwarded to the Supreme court in a few days. Ten tons of ice at Bullionville, under attachment in the suit of Pow ers vs. Peck, was sold at Sheriff's sale last week and brought just ten dollars, Geo. Edwards of Panaca being the purchaser. Henry Freudenthal came in from Comet district on Tuesday eveninar to have one of his eyes treated and a small speck of steel removed from it. Dr. Campbell successfully pre formed the job. According to the Buffalo Express an Indiana organist has been dis missed by a church because he played "The Star Spangled Ban ner" on the church organ. This congregation should take a daily paper. Rice Bros, at Panaca are adding to their stock of dry goods, notions and confectionery steadily. Joe Rice returned last week from Salt Lake, where he had been ordering goods. The Fourth of July Committeo of Churchill county, through Hon. Lem Allen, turned over $93 to the State Red Cross Society.. Tue 25,000 Spanish soldiers who surrendered at Santiago are com plaining because they will be com pelled to-- go home without arms. They are in luck to be nble to go home with their- heads, says -the Chicago Inter Ocean. - THE NEWSPAPER LAW- All Subscribers 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 periodicals from the of fice to which they are directed, they are responsible until they have set tled their Jbills and ordered them dis continued. 4. Subscriber moving to other places without informing the pub lisher, and the papers are sent to the former address, they are held re sponsible. " 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 anyone 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 ns for theft Notice. The undersigned has been ap pointed agent of A. Mandich and all persona knowing themselves in debted to said A. Mandich will ar range to pay their claims to the un dersigned and save costs. M. Churich. Pioche, April 12 1898. Two Milloins a Year. When people buy, try, and again it means they're satisfied. buy The peopie 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. I called at the home of a friend of j mine the other evening about 7.00' o'clock and found only the little boy j of 8 at home. ' j "Where is your mother, Johnnie?" S I inquired. "Playing curds over aj Mrs. ." i "Where isyour aunt?'' "She's out on her wheel." i "Where's your sister?" j "Gone off to Orchard Lake." ! "Then I'll see your father, please?" i "Ho can't come down just now. t He's putting the babies to hod," Such is life. Here'is a picking from Puck, just to the point. First Spaniard Another battle has been fought. The Americans lost over 8G0 men. -. Second Spaniard Lost over 500 men! How did it happen? First Spaniard Why they lost that many of our men.' Some of our heroic troops made a glorious escape. W. T. Troutman is in from Deer lodge under the doctor's care for a bad stomach trouble. 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 1 guarnteed to cure or money refund ed. C. C. C. are a sure thing. Try a box to-day: 10c, 23c, 50c. Sampl and booklet free. COMPREHENSIVE EPITAPH. It la on the Dilapidated Stone at the Rend of a Patriot's Grave In a Termont Cemetery. "I was up In Vermont not long ago," aid a New Yorker, "and, beinjr in the vicinity of the old Guilford cemetery, I paid it a visit. This cemetery has, from neglect, grown to be somewhat of t miniature wilderness, and the hiscrip Uins ou many of the Sueieut p-ave- lunes are past all deciphering. On one -lone that stands in picturesque ob- Utiity at the head of u sunken and ffrgiown grave I managed to decipher w hat had been Inscribed there genera lions ago and copttd it. Thi is what the inscription says: " 'Sacred to the memory of Hon. Henjpnuin Carpenter, Esq. Born in lifheboth, Mass., A. D. 1725. A public teacher of righteousness, an alWe ad vocate lost for democracy and the equal :iyhts of men. Removed to this town . D. 1770. Was a field officer in the 1 evolutionary war. A founder of the ;irst constitution and government of ' Vrtnont. A councilor of censors in A. I) 1783. A member of the council and neutenant governor of the state in A. I 1779. A Hrm professor in Christian ity In the I!aptist church for 50 years. Left this world and 148 persons of lineal posterity March 29, 1804, aged 78 years, 10 months and 12 days, with a strong mind and full faith of a more (i iorious state hereafter. Stature about i. feet, weight 200. Death had no terror.' "If there are any of those 146 persons of lineal posterity left, I think it would be something to their credit if they wouia crop aiorg up tnat way some day and fix up that old patriot's and statesman's grave a little." AGENTS WANTED In Every County to Supply the Great Popular Demand for ' AMERICA'S WAR FOR HUMANITY Told in Picture And Story Compiled and Written by SENATOR JOHN J. INC ALLS Of Kansas The most brilliantly written, most profusely and artistically illustrated, and most intensely popular book on the subject of the war with Spain. Nearly 209 Superb Illustrations from Photographs taken specially for this great work. Agents uro making $50 to $100 a week selling it. A veritable bo nanza for live canvassers. Apply for description, terms and territory at once to N. D. Vd J i ?S0i PUBLISH H j 00. ST. LOUIS, no., or NEW YORK CITY, 3aV "KICK'S" RESTAURANT Chop -:- House On Main Bti"eet the Best place to call when yon want the Best meal to he had in Pioche. Meal Tickets 3 For $1.00 The Bakery has alto Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Every Day. Dealers in General Merchandise Clothing, Boots and Shoes," Provisions, Groceries, Grain and Hay, A free corral with" a good cookhouse. C. P. RONNOW, Mgr. PANACA NEVADA. SOCIETIES. I. O. O. P. FIO0H8 LODGE SO. 33. . MEETS KVBRY TUESDAY ATI M o'elock In th.ir ballon Main etreet. Viaiting Brotbera cordially In t1 ted to attend. 1. D- Cimpb.ll, E F. Freudenthal, Serretary. N. O. A. O. IT W. PIOCHE LODGE MO. It. THE REGULAR MKETIN118 OF Pioche Led, e No. lit, A. O. C. W., are 1,M in Odd tvllow'a Hall on rr HttrineetiaT evening of eafh wepk at 1:30 o'clock .li... VIkIUiik bro hr ' 1 er.cordially Invited toatttu.!. Johs Kwmo, M. W. Winn J. Cuirnu, Recorder. PIONEER TENT NO 2 K. O. T. M. Regular reviews Weekly on Mon day at 8 p. m. -I J. D. Campbell, Commander. W. J. Campbell, Record Keeper. STATE AND COUNTY OFFICERS National Department. JonN P JONES, United States Senator WILLIAM M Si'GWAUT, United States Senator F a NEWf.ANDS, R-presentatlve In CongreasJ Juoioial Department. O H BELKNAP, Chief Jnrtioe 8upreme Court M 8 BOSNU1FLU. Aaaoeiata Justice bup Court W A HAKSJSY, Associate Justice Supreme Court District Judges. 0 E MACK, First Distriot A L FlTZOEHAt U, second Distriot A E CHENKY, Third District GE0K3B F TvLBO i'. Fourth Dlstrlct , L.MiCUTIVt wEPARTMEHT. R PADLIT1 Ouveruor E D KEL; '-ivernoT'.. Ivi.ite ?ecrvtarv EUGENK O ' LL, P . . . r K dUUUlfi, AUulllov 'utBtal , 0 A LaGRAVE. Stats Ontuplroller W J WKS I'EBFIELD, Statu freasnr.r AO PRATT State Lund liegistor H C CUT PING, Supiriniendpiit Vnblic Instruc tion County Officers.", J A DENTON, ("enatnrj GEORGE B WHITNEY, Assemblyman H E FREUDENTHAL, Sllerld and Assessor g H J GOODRICH. Clerk U W TURNER, Rtoorder - N P DOULEY, Treasurer F K McNAMEE, District Attorney and Ex.Offlolo Scho d Superintendent JdHN FRANKS, Public Administrator W D PRKWITT, Surveyor JOH 4 Ml viPSON, Oouimlssloier, lng term JAMES GILFS, Commissioner, short term 1 LUKE HYHHUS, Couimts-ioner, bold over! Town 8H ip officers, B HAR TUNG, Justice of the Peace, Pioche" JAMKS HUL8B, Constable, Pioche ' J R H AG, Justice of the Peace, DeLatnarl J JOHNSON, Constable, DeLamar THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE la a aawapapai devoted to tba babt Intareate or mm we. tarn aiope, and partieu viy to tha dare! opmoni of tha Iutermountala oouatry. For advercbiof purpo.ee taoomnarably th' beat paper between San FraaoUoa aad Dauia- Pally, 368 taaoaa per raar, lS.on Wly, t pp. 96 cob, parjnr... S.0 Weekly, eli man t tin, 1 to Wiaklr, three moithi, .is Aadraaa, THE TIJ1BONB, SALT IiAKa Oitt, Uraa. WORLD-WIDE CIRCULATION. Twenty Pages; Weekfr.Mustrated. " " lNQtprN9ABtg to Mining Men. THREE DCL1ARS PER TEAR, POSTfAID. aMPU copita rau. HINIHG AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS, S 220 Market St., San Francwoo, Cal. Panaca Co-op. ;thirtv-seventh year. fslilford and Pioche STAGE LINE Running via Panaca Stagea iMm MUferil ivory mfmiiin ib Monday at 8 o'clJck, or immet.iaely tu-r th ar nvlo( the train, and arrm iaPkx'ho id W houm " Ia Pioche every at! dock. muraiug eic.pt Monday Through Far taoh ay, . . . $12.50 Bednoiloaea rouad trip ttckete. Iipreaajratea from Htlford to Mocha, four eenta a Bound. A. O. LEE, Piut.-a Agent. J . A. DEXTON, Plocrfe Agent. PIOCHE Drug St ore. fl'HB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY AM X nounce to the people of Pioche and Lincoln eoun'y that their New Dm store, on Main sireet two doors north or the Godbe Mercantile Store, la nowopen with a new stock OliomlonlB. TJrugs, Ilodlolxio r oilct Articles, HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. SOAP, SPONGES, XTO., KTO. .A LARGE VARIETY OF. Notions and Fancy Articles Physician's Presrrlmlona carefully com pounded, day or night, and orders front abroad filled with cars and diapatch by a competent drug Kiat. Or. J. D. Campbell, PROPRIETOR. Chemical and Microscopio Examination! of Urine. Calls Praraptly Atten1e I, Day or Night, T. d. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary PujIIc. Office in MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE Geo. s. Fawyer, Ce. O. fay I Sawyer & Sawyer Attorne s at-Law Office in Lraeh'a Block, o O. Mawyar; Notary fubllr.; BVADA. H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary -:- Public. Offioa in tha County Assessor'a room at the Ceurt-houie. Union r ' w v '.'it Lt1 Pacific System Local Time Card in Effect Monday: May 9th 1898. NOUTH 1!(U!NI), Leave Krlwro Leave Milfi.r.l Lea-eJubh Arrive HtH Lake I I l. u, 1:40 a. tu. 9:Au p. m. e.'JU p.m. SOUTH HOlifiD. Leave Salt Lata ' Juab Arrive Fnr-co TjVia. m. 10: a. W. 8:40 p m. Traina lwava Salt Lake for Ogden daily at TD0 and 8.00 a. ru. anU at 4:",iand 1:00 p. m. Trains butwana Friacu and Juab ran daily, ex- eptSuudiy, ' Twothrouxb i-.lu.. .1 .ly fri.ni s.,1t Lake to all pointa Eaat, If.vmv Mult lake at 7.ifl a. ni. and IHOp.ta. H. H. I.AW80N, D. E.BUKLEY, ' tnl Mllford. Gell'l Agt. Paaaeaiitr I)pprunnul, S.-H.H.CLAHK, Walt lake City. OLIVES W. MINK. E. BLLEBT ANDKRSON, JOHN W. DOANB. FKEDEBIOK B.COCOliRT, liooelvera. l.J)10ilN8OX.Q.Mrml M wafer, , a.UiXMAX.e. r.JtT.Aceat. Trans-lississippi and International Exposition. OB1AHA, NEBRASKA, June 1st. to November 1st 1898. Nevada Commissioner, Col. H. B. Maxson EXPOSITION COUNTY CHURCHILL - - . W. c. Grimes, St. Clair DOUGLAS - . - J. F. Danberg, Gardnervill ELK0 - - - - Geo. Russell, Elko ESMERALDA " - - J. A. Yerington, Hawthorn) EUREKA - . - - - Abram Laird, Eureka HUMBOLDT - . ; G. S. Nixon, Winnemucca LINCOLN - - . . T- J. Osborne, Pioche LANDER .. - . J. Blossom, Battle Mountain LYON - - . . D. C. Simpson, Wellington NYE - ........ . Andrew Maute, Belmont ORMSBY ' - - . . John Wagner, Carson STOREY J, H. Kinkead and Enoch Strother, Virginia WASHOE - - . ' . j. b. McCullough, Reno WHITE PINE - . Wm. Burke, Schellbourn The Trans-Miasissinni and International Cnnrrrsfl ia mmnnoml tt delegates from every State and Territory West of the Mississippi river. 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 tha National Commission has been organized and is in active service, there being one commissioner for each of the several departments of the Gov ernment. Most fo the Trans-Mississippi States are well along in the way of gathering exhibits from their respective States and many of them have made liberal appropriations, while others are preparing exhibits through private enterprise. v lce-rresicient H. jj. Maxson of Keno, has made arrangement! whereby he can get Nevada exhibits, shipped from any point in tha State along the line of the C. P. Ii. B. to Omaha and return, and ha requests all persons who wish the interests of the State 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 the C. P. E. R. from which place 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 Eeore- sentative for further information, and tising uie resources 01 isevaua be ,1081. THE WEEKLY RECORD is .the Best, Oldest and Most Reliable Paper in Southeastern Nevada, and the MONEY You invest in subscribing for this paper is money judiciously spent with good ratairns Let us ask you a QUESTION. ' Our V ',' , .,. Job Department is one of the - in the Record Publishing Co., Pioche, Nev. V i ff GOODS. For Anything in the way of M MM I6R0CERIES1 And ; General : I-Ioiisehold : Goods, Call and see " ' ' ' "' '": 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 he . uMivia w. U1V Prices i ' The Lowest Notch. Vice-President of Nevada. Reno, Nevada. COMMISSIONERS- don't let this opportunity of adver Do you need printing of any descriptio you do give us acall. We do the best, cheap ' est and most satisfactory work to be obtaine - most complete btate.' BPJUITIIDI nilaT p rmrm ' NEW I uAi, uivuil, tx rLuUfl. A. S. THOnPSON.