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iJtLJBi Roche Weekly "Record. VOL. XLVU. After a week spent litre :unl at lit Lnnmr, V. J. Mi-lntyre returned tliisnfteriiooii to bis !iom. :tt Si-H Lake. CoiiTi't ssmaii 1''. (1. Nevlinls luw sent to our school an i letint hir-jo iu:lj of the Uuite.l St iti s, for which : lias the thanks of i'.io sellout jt i.i rally. Silver is uj to 59; now. .V few point-i more mi 1 all the initios whieli shut "lown recently on account df the drop, will resume opera tions. It will Rtimu'ut i rosj ect iwg hererbouts. The Assessment Roll for 18U7, io-V.x ui$"41,997; and that of last year was $5(!4,4'$S, buhi" a reduc tioa of $21,Ul. Mortga-ea h-.M in trust to the uuiount of $15,74:i were not incluiled this year and the ac tual reduction amounts to only i;08. There is a decrease of $11,805 iu Comity and $8,478 in Pioche, While DeLainar shows and increase of 13,04"). Sheriff H. E. Freudenthal is the Possessor of a new Savage Military rifle. It is a 30 calibre and at a distance of 201) yards the bullet will go through a three-eighth inch boiler iron and warranted to kill anything it will hit at a distance of two miles. He intends to keep his frienda supplied during the com ing winter with deer meat. Not a single person appeared be fore the Board asking for a reduc tion in their assessment nor was their any complaint entered, and after a careful investigation of the Assessment Holl by the Board of Equalization it was accepted as re turned by the Assessor, in its entire ty. This speaks well for our Assess or and shows that ho has been con scientious in his work and has per formed his duty well. The Assess ment Roll contains 1250 names and Lincoln County is the third in the State, in this respect Wushoe and Storey leading. PANACA POINTS. Threshing is just completed and the crop has been above the average. J. G. Brown's dwelling is about completod and is certainly a credit to the builders. The saw mill at Clover Valley closed down for a short time giving the men a chance to celebrate their birthday's. H. C. Rich just completed a largo contract stacking hay for Dow Barton and has returned homo for the winter. Mr. Dadson, a cattle buyer from Utah, is around contracting cuttle. All who wish to disposo of their Stock cau do so at a good figure. A posse of missionaries just passed through and took our yel low legged chickens by storm, but left as nn equivalent "sermons till you can't rest." James Rice and party passed through here last Monday enroute to Clover Vallev looking after the interests of their stock iu this sec tion. Cris Ronnow and Jim Mathews started for Parowan a few days ago to attend the Iron County Fair to be held there this month, beginning on the 22nd. Murry Clay has been visiting in town for a few days. His pleasant ap pearance is always welcome to every one especially the fair sex. Como again Murry. John Ryson is here from DeLa mar recovering from a severe attack of Malaria fever. He is able to get around a little already and it is hop ed he will soon recover and be able to resume his work. The sportsmen are having glori ous times hunting the wild ducks and other game which is plentiful. From morning till night you can hear the continual Bang ! Bang I of their shot guns. A nice quiet wedding took place here last week. The bride is the daughter of L. Heaps and the groom iB an old and highly respected cit izen know to nearly everybody in these parts as Walter Long. Dr. Snow, the dentist will remain but a few days longer at Pioche. So those in need of work in his line should not let the opportunity pass of having the service of one who is thorough and first-class in the pro fession. A Reno man who was bound over by the justice of the peace in $10C0 bonds to keep the peace has applied to the supreme court for a writ of habeus corpas. i niiwiiw i nn lliehlield, I' tali, Sept. 8. St nut Webb vs. Ch.-.rles Y. Webb. S. r:ili 1 wants a divorce on the ground of cruelty. Charles is a mining man, who has lately been operating n ines ' in Stateline district, but whose wheie nbouts are not nowknown. Besides the dissolution Mrs. Webb asks for alimony and the custody of her chil dren. Board of Pardons. At Carson, Tuesday the board cf pardons completed the business of the term. Applications for pardon eie eonsiciercu Wltn Hie loHowin results: J. J. (lilmorc, convicted of man slaughter in Washoe county in 1892 and sentenced to nine years in the state prison, continued for the term. L. L. Garforw' convicted of as sault with a deady weapon in Was hoe county and sentenced in July, 1890, to eighteen months imprison ment. Application continued for the term. Charles E. Gulliver, convicted of cattle stealing in Lyon county in De cember, 1893, and sentenced to one year in the state prison. Ap plication denied. Joseph Dela, convicted of murder in tlie second degree m Lincoln county in 1895 and senetneed to twenty years in state prison. Appli cation denied. George llogau and B. F. Lenkius, discharged from stateprison werere stored to citizen ship. V- N. McNamara, convicted iu the United States court for selling whisky to Indians, application for re storation to citizenship. Not con sidered on ground of juris diction. Silver State. The San Jose Scale Again. iXe 'mi api r l'.iilli tMi Nn. 21.) To-day 1 visited an apple and plum orchard located in town. Though the purpose of the visit was not strictly entomological, I was forced to notice the very severe effect of the San Jose sc al upon both fruit and trees. The first hoes observed, seemed very free from infestation but finally a portion of the orchard was reach ed where the trees, bark, leaves and fruit were literally alive with this, the worst fruit pest iu the United States. The trees were large and otherwise seemingly in a healthy condition. Tho bark, however, pre sented the pccular ashy gray appear ance characteristic of the disease. Not only on the trunk and lower limbs was this to be observed, but also, on the upper branches extending to the ultimate twigs. Thus when this year's leaves and fruit formed they quickly became infested by young insects whoso parents occupy the ad jacent twigs, lulestecl leaves were brown spotted particularly on the upper surface, each of the spots bear ing near the centre the usually light colored scale of an insect. ljiglit colored apples were either reddish-purple spotted, or, from the proximity of the insects, wholly covered with this color, thus forming most conspicuous evidence of the presonce of the disease. In many instances the leaves were dead these frequently forming a part of individual clusters. In several iustacnes badly infested limbs had succumbed to the disease after the formation of the leaves and fruit These lives were shriveled and brown the fruit withered, cracked and un der-sized, yet able to supprot thriv ing colonies of great number of m sects. The plum trees, a row of which adjoined a row of infested apple trees presented much the same appeurance The fruit did not show the effects of the disease so severely us did the apples. Yet in nearly every instance the half of the fruit surrounding tho stem was thickly covered with the scales of the insects which stood out in bold relief against the background of dull blue skin of the fruit. At this season we have the disease presented in its most conspicuous form when its vcrv serious nature should be thoroughly impressed up on the mind of those whom it affects. Furthermore she coming Winter when the trees are bare of leaves and in a dormant condition is the pro per time for the application of re medies which demand some pre vious preparation. Thus it is a most appropriate sea son for tho consideration of what steps are to be taken towards the control of this dread disease which, if neglecteu, will in all probability destroy a large part of the fruit trees of this valley within the near future. F. H. Hillmas. Agricultural Experiment Station,I)e partment of Botany and Entoni ology. RtiiOjNev., Sept. 4, 1987. PIOCHK. XKVADA, Greal Railroad Records. Spiaking of tho long runs with- .......j ,ut. uaitroaa Age Bays: " W e have some great records of in dividual continuous runs on this side of the water. The New York Central's Empire State express to Albany, 142 miles, iu IV, minutes, from Albany to Syracuse," 148 miles, in HO minutes, :!5 seeomis, and from Syracuse to East Buffalo, 140 miles, in 135 minutes 22 seconds" The Lake Shore special covered 510.1 miles at the rate of 0:5.u miles an hour, deducting stops, and reached the prodigious speed of 92.:; miles an hour. A Pennsylvania train covered fiftyeight am' oiie-half miles between Camden and Atlantic City, nn average of 78i miles an, hour. Every day the Empire State Express Hies miles without a stop ut a speed of 5:1.0 miles, which fairly rivals the best run on the above list, and every day the Penn sylvania Limited runs 131 miles, without stop, over a mountainous coimtrv. SCHOOL REPORT. Spring; Valley District. The following is an average grade sustained by each pupil of the Spring alley School in deportment punct uality and school work for tho Month ending Sep't ."3rd 1897 i"'i- r-'in. s.w l.iily C-'tluifrilli tut lni) ;iq Caul Millett lhil i; Henry Itioe UH i;s 93 Lucy nice H'-o iim x) Cluri.' Milltt liw ni Al!ptt Rico 1(0 ;nt n4 Utrt Coumcrilh 11J lot 79 Bum Mill, t ill" 7.-, iW Jfmiic Itift WO I mi t$ L uiw? I'l-lnm9 HH1 111 75 0- Kirp 8'.i lim 81; P- N' ITlaiuf !7 1ml ft4 Jite Dclumt '.MI li 71 Ham llliv ill! hit 1 In Iti'-o Dil w Eilniir Hi.' !M Hla Mill 11 Uhi lim Alice Rire Ml 11 (I Eva Delinu ' '.'7 Inn ! Nora Millet ...7 lui Kilph liii-p ll.l loo w. J). Prewitt, Teacher. I'ruyiiig lllcx-lex for llnilillilata. To so print mi extent, have the Jap anese adopted Kuropean met !i.nls a nil models that, nn eiiterii,ti!iif r.uailliist lias adapte! the bicycle 1o serve Hie needs of the praying1 wheel a,- iistsl by the follrvweTH of his ereeil. Instead of ciWai'hinir 1 lie written prayer to the ciisUmiary wliecl iv.hicli is tfenerally turned by a convenient stream of run nmg wnteir, tlie new vogue is to fix the prayer to tlie hifb of the bicycle wlipel, so that the faster the rider can iettaH the better he can pray. Although there appenrs to be a spice of saerilec'e in the practice, it is apparently cateliinsr on, for rumor hfis it t hat American firms lire already prepjvriii.tr machines with l'uildhist wHeels embossed on tlu tires, so that the bicycle will become an instrument of pleasure ami n prayer book combined. St. James Oazette. OCEAN TRAVEL. rroper Fee to lie Given for Serving on Hoard StraniNhlpi. Fees are too indefinite to lc regulated by rule, .but certain amounts are emi tonwiry at sea. The voyager, if be is not seasick, is dependent for com fort first on the table steward. To this man it. seems to be the rule to pive $2.50 fur one or five dollars for two or three persons in n party, whether one isnorved ini ret,rulnr courses or orders what he pleases from the bill. Ite- suppers might, iracrense the fees. One's next friend ii the deck steward, if he is attentive and has followed out sugges tknis about the (.tenmer chair and rus, Sometimes one can tat on deck when it in fatal to go below, nnd tJien, if Uie deck steww-d is obliging, lie deserves the larger part of wlint would po to the table steward in regular course. It the weather is at all fair, it La most agreeable to find one's chair well placed 'And the, rugs dry every morning, ea- liecially if one is inclined to seasick ucca. Moreover, this steward ui one who continuously brings sandwiches and broth on deok, and ns he is obliged himself to fee the cook's ari-istant to get these art idea preparrd, it is clear tnat he should be well lviitciubci ed at parting, if anyone id. 'n many lines his pay. like, tjint of most of th stew ards, i not higher than $12 a cwilh. and the company, on general principles, keeiie back one-third to ay for break' age. A no their third gixw to the. cwks in fees. Where, then-fone, would he be without his tip? Scribner's Mag azine. J With Mrln Cominir. The tlinisv materials, .such as muslins bareges, etc., and even very light silks, flounced skirts, are the latest innova tion. . A new use for chiffon has just cropped up. It is now made to serve as a lining to spangled tulles and lace flounces. (ilaee kid gloves in tan and brown shades are used for street wear two button length. The white are not so much worn in the daytime. For even ing wear both glace and suede are fash ionable. Lace is pearled with jewels till it be comes a de.wy delicious maze, and every seam or bolero or belt is on excuse for them. The opal, with its capricious color changes, is high in favor, ft ties one to no particular gown, it is most amenable, and only the. "real thing" is to lie had in this most beautiful of stones. Put for the purpose of milli nery there are still countless other gems from which to choose. Home jeweling js daintjrwork. Chicago Kec-ord. THURSDAY. SKPTKMIltil. ISUl i Last Sunday's Tribune lengthy article on the early ivt-s a complc- ! non ii fie Salt Iako and Los An geles railroad, from Milford, Utah, to Los Angeles, Culi. The Yander bilta have taken up the proposition and it is to be hoped that work will soon commence in earnest. It has been observed that when England dosen'i intend to do a thing she makes a grand hullababoo over it, and then when the noise and confusion are at their height sho sneaks off to one side aad collars a friendless island. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Wheels,' i f AmI Guaranteed Tool STYLES! Ladies', Gentlemen's & Tandem. Tho Lliflitest Hiinnins Wheels ou Earth. THE ELDREDGE ..AMD... THE BELVIDERE. We always Made Good Sewing Mi chines t Why Shouldn't we Make Good Wheels I National Sewing Machine Co., . Ilit Rrnarfuau ' t A A .Hew York. Bclvlderc. Ilia. COLUMBIAN PRIZEWINNERS. CONOVER PIANOS CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS WERE GIVEN Highest Awards At the World's Exposition for excellent manufacture, quality, uniformity and volume of tone, elasticity of t-vich, artistic cases. materials and workman ship of highest gratic. OATAL03UE3 ON APPLICATION PNtCt GHEGAGO COTTAGE ORGAN GO. CHICAGO. ILL. IM6EST MANUFACTURERS OF AHfiLJSlLPAKS IN THE WORLD, Wanted-An Idea WliA van tliluH or some minpii thiui: ti I).tt;'i;t WrlU JOHN KUUKKUURJ ci. fi'., Patent AM iiey, W&siitiiKUin, 1. i'f..r their i,1-;-) prite ftutl lUt of two bunUroi ii'.rt:niioiL3 vunteU. Board of Equalization N.itti e is lit roty civrn th if Mm- (Mtrkof the fcoan. of t'onnty (VmnilmitiTifr of LitH'olu county, Mate nf Jiui.'l;K hB tins rt:i ttvi'lvoil fr.m the As-HHor of tlie fttort-Miid county IIia cortifie'1 tax list or atwRr merit roll for thf vr . D, lHi'7; also th ur-jioa. lint i; -t it-rty ami iap hook, f r Stud vr, aiid that th Vwr( i'inty (niaiit-nir.ncii of Liuc"ln County, N'-vnJa. will inevtaft a Hoard ol Hqil-iliutiou In thf ' dvo t tr t'tunt y t 'H rk i Hid county, nt tlw Coiirihoii, in fht- tnwu Pi'U'he. Hiutf nf.irt.nm i. on tt THIit MiNOA OV HF.rrV, llU H, M li ur of I t , cl ck ft lu.itiHtut ;::til 4 oV.-'i-li p.m. mid en etili d thrrcafti-r. U l vt nd h-nr. nnd utit jl U husi iiPBS of l-iiurtlizttin irr.iitHl to them I dirtpnned . 8-iin iv.ird will ii . iii'-'t lat-r tnaa ftuuday ctiiitr ith, IS '" , at o 'i s t in. pvji( m j,ro- ided bv lti;t,Otiifr 1 Hkt'ii-t" o; Neva H Probate Notice. 1: tl ti l' Vi 'rut ' r.urt of the 1-onrth . vf Vfvadi in .vi i r"theOfi of Liimtln. A pe tition l-i'.-n til. d i;i th" sbw ;t ith'l matter by Antli ny A. I. w, l-svi M'N1i nnl Amlruf McNViH for tl e im'l.nt ot he A-il! of Mid dH.'fiHe t Hit I f.if lu tH-fHi'ii- of l.-tt r t14 a ui ntry th rv-u U th,,!u. Notice is ht'tt-hy Kivru thit a htv.'-ini! on Hiiil. peti io will h hstl b'f- rvKaid '7ourt, a' h f'ourt Koom thereof on Monday fio 13th day JSepto uIlt A. D. 197 I" 'A'ltck A H. or s -o i . a.-rt iitT as tho ms-v: ran lWrd. in fu;)itiati. CltVri of Ma ill Court Tatcd Auk. 1SI)7 Panaca Co-op. lValers in General Merchandise Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Provisions, Groceries, Grain and Hay, A five corral with a uood cookhouse. CP. RONNOW, Mgr. PAXACA Ni:'A!A. SOt'lKTlKS. I. O. U V. piociik I.oimf ko. aa. MEETS EVfcBf TUtHDAV AT 7:. o'f liM-a In their hall on Main tm-t. -JV VlHition HntlBr tonllallj iu "' Tiled t.iaitm.i. , l Campbell, N. u E. F. rrcud. nttial, K rotary. A. . V V. PIOCIIK I.ODUE NO. -IS. -W-' THE KKQUI.H MEKTINOS HI' J TV ,lo'll l.uike No. ill, A.O. V. W., ar.. ? h"l In OJ.I tellow'a Hall un S wp-.V " w,,lnelaT vonlDK of ea. n week at ,-. orinei tuari. vimtinK l.r hr CO. Nfhkii., 1. . Fiiiii'uiNr,,,,., Rocoriler. M. A'. V ANTKB-HEVERAI, FAITH r-TL MKN OH Wll nifn to travel for ri'ioniiible eatalillelieil houae Iu Neval. Halary I7H.I, payable (It weeklj ma ripeuiwa. P'wition pcriumient. HeferenreH nelnaul arlf-aililreaaeil t.iupwl envelope. Th.. Nal ional , Htar lluililiiig, 1'hlcano. DON'T SACRIFICE . . . Future Comfort for present seeming Economy, but BUY tie Scwti Mcichine with an ctablisl;eJ reputation that Ouara;)iets you long aad satisfactory service t S iWHITE ITS coupifj m;ri!s, MOST Dealers f Ml A? 1 m oeml far cur beautiful haff-tooo catalrgue. CLEVELAND, OHIO. THE WEEKLY RECORD is and Most Reliable Paper Nevada, and the MONEY You invest in subscribing for this paper is money judiciously spent with good returns. Let us ask you a QUESTION. you do give us est ana most C Out Job Department is one of the most complete in the State. Record Publishing Co., Pioche. New ii.S.THOMFSON, FLO UR.-:-GRAIN,-:- HAY, AND (IKNERAL Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars t'Kii K Paid kor Utah Pkoiu'i kI Salt Lake Bittle.l Beer , Cream, Strawberry and Lemon Soil, at Wholmiilp anil Retail. Low Rat3 anil Free Delivery, STANDARD PEAKLOIL. I'll ilia Cro - ' Floo- Thomoson's STATE AND COUNTY OFFICERS National Department. JOHN 1' JOKS. rnilej glalea Senitor WILLIAM 11 HTEWAKT, I lilt.-d 81 atM finator f a Nr wi.ANDS. K .r wntatlra lu Cimgreaa Judicial Department. C H IIM KNAP. Chief Jumlce Supreme Court M 8 1 ONMMFI.l), Aw'nlg juatiee Hup Coort W A MaHhKY, Aaeocuite JtuUca buprenie Court D18TRIOT JUOOE8. C H MCK, Flral t lxtrtet A L rnv.OE Al D. beooliii Dltrli-t A K CHKNKY, thinl Uialrict OEOK il r T iLb .T. Fourth Ciatrl-t Executive Department. R ADt.f'R Ot.Ternor ! K I KF.l.Lfc-Y. Oovernor'a Private JWretary , Kl'OKNK OWH.I.. Sfcretirjo. Hlate , JAMKrt II J1UOK, Altoruoj Oencnl ' C A I.A'lllvVK. elate IV)iultmtler W J WsrEltr lKLU. Stale I reaaurer A V FKAT r HUlH Ln;l Heiflaler II O CI I TINil. SuiwrliCenaei.t Public Iuatrnc. ttim County Officers. J A PEXTOS, KeiintorJ Oi l. IK, K Is Wim'NKV, Aweuiblywm II ; FKl'I DhSTHAI,. eliiin au.l AK.w,r H J dool'lil, II, Clerk H W TCKNKIt, ll.i-or.ler . I' DOOI.KY, TreaKunr F It Mi NAMKE, Dlntrl. t Alturney ami Ki-Offlrlo M-tin.il HtiperllltHutlent J.IIIS RA.KS, Putillo AiluiiuUtralnr W I' ei'.K'Vn'T. Hurveyot - JOHN nlnlI'SDS. Couitnimiioter, Ions lerui JAMl' H OILKH, C.luniia4loner,Mliiirt terra I l.l'KK SVllIII s, Comiula.li.ner, hold over TOWN8HIP 0FFICER8. II H Alt Tl'NO . Justice of thnP,.a-e, Pioi'ho .IAMKS Hl t.KIS, Onnalabla, Pioche i H IIOAII. Jimlite ol the Pea.'e, Del.ati art .1 JOllNKON, coimtaltle, IM I.aiuar H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary -:- Public. Ollioo in tint County AsacMaur'a room at the Com t-linusr. Wanted-An Idea Who can think of ofiie ilniple Hill, .. a.A....1 ' jour mt-ns; uii't iniiT itritis vnu wealth Write JOHN W r.llKKKHUKN IU, "patent Alto"; nera, Washtnirioii, I), i'., f..r their l,si priie orrer uj Hal or two hulidratl lnventloua wauunl. BEAUTiriJLLY HCLIRED WOODWORK, DURABLE CONSTRUCTION, riME MECHAMiCAL ADJISTMENT, With the Finest Set of Steel ArtafJv makes it t!ie CCS1RA8LE MACHINE IN THE MARKET. Wanted where we en at repreaentwL White Sewing Machine Co., 1 the in Best, Oldest Southeastern Do you need printing of any description? If acall. We do the best, cheap satistactory work to be obtained DEALER IN- PRO DUCK. -:o: Sama' Opera House, Main St., P'oche NO. 50. Union Pacific System Local Time Card in Effect Sunday, April 6th, 1896. oomo aorrH H .5 Arrira a. m. Arrira "U6 a. m. Loar 'iioa. m. Lear. 10 p.m. Arrira lu 38 p. m. Lear p. m. Lfare 1100 a, m. Arrive 1 -to p.m. Lrara V xi a. nu " IO0 p.m. " 7 40 a. oi. " aTatioaa Frlaeo afllford Millard Oaaia Juab Juab ephl Sfphl Pr..ro I'rovo Halt Lake Sail Lak Mm VOBTM LsarT:M p. aa Anrtr(:4t p. am Lear 9:10 p. m lie a. am Arrira Mi a. m Lea re 8:00 a. aa t:Oa,aa " 3:90 p. a. S00a.aa 423 p. aa Arrive t:a a. aa " :p.aa ...Hrs',? 1"V" 8;u u ,or o" 1 1.00a. tu. and at OOand 7:UU p. m. Train, between Friace and J nab ma dally, ei- cpt SnnUar, and carry TlM'HIaT nl.KEPKRS BETWEEN MIL. '"HO AND MAI.T I.AKB. Two throimh train, dally from 8ali-V , tn art paint. It, Halt Lake at t. . a a!3 4 ini p.m. D. B. BDIILEV "SSJilll'tew. OLIVER W. MINK. "ait Lake City. K. kM.ERT ANIKK80N. JOHS W. DOANK, FRElKUICK B.COCDEUT, Uecalrara. E. liiOKINHON.Oeneral Manager, C. L. LOMAX, U. F. k T. Afaal. Rlilford, Pioche and DeLamar 7T an laaiaaW 8TAG-E LINE. 8ta( loavra Mllferd aery murniua aicep Mouday at 8 o'clock, or Immediately after the ar rlral of tlie train, and arrive In Pioche In M houra. I.eavei Pioclia erery evenlnn aicepl Rnnday at 4.-45 o'clock. Thnmgli Kare each way, . . . $12.60 Reduction on round trip ticket,." Ftelgut at reasonable ratea. For particular, ea I on A. 8. THOMPSON Plocbe Agent. PIOCHE Drug Store. TWE UNDERSIGNED BE6PECTFCLLY AN nonnce to the people of Pioche and Lincoln ooun'y that tbelr New Drug Store, on Main atraat two doora nortb or tba Oodbe Mercantile Store, la now open with a newatock OnemloalB. Drugs, IMEe c3Lloix3.4Bi Toilet Articles, PBJR.F'XJMEiK.-S-. AIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. HOAP. 8P0N0E. ETC., ETC. .A l.anOK VARIETY OF. Notions and Fancy Articles Pbyali'lan'e Prescription earetullj com. pounded, day or night, and orders from abroad Ailed with care and dispatch by a competent drag list. Dr. J. D. Campbell, PROPRIITOB. Chemical and Microscopic Examinations of Urine. Calls Promptly Attonded. Day or Night Geo. S. Sawyer, Mtorne" and Counsellor-aMaw Offlre la Ljrach'a Block. 1PIOCHU0, - NEVADA. T. J. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Puallc. Offic in MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE : . Dowipapar dorotjsd to Ike beet UUraat. : WsaUrn iloye, aad yarlloalarly to tk de ' rment of the laMnaoaatalB ooaatry. Kor adrertlaiag aaraoata laooatparabty paper batweeakaa Fraaoiaoa aad Daa.. ally, 88 laeaoa per roar, Slt.0 . e.hly, 1 pp. ooL. porp... . Wrekly, aU aaoatba, ....'.V. I S Weakly, tbroo aaaatka, aedreaa, THE TI?IBTJN, hit LABI ClTT, TJt I i I' f.