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PIOCHE, NEVADA. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1899. NO. 12. r CAD 1.EABIN& S TATE LINE UTAH &. PACIFIC HAS BUT 21.8 MILES TO BUILD. Chief Engineer Joseph West of the Utah & Pacifio was in town yesterday od general railroad bneinesa. He gives another encouraging report of the progress of the road. It is now out fifty-five miles from "Milford, which leaves but twenty-one and six tenths miles to be completed. This work will be rushed with all possi ble speed, thirty more laborers going down last night to take their places on the grade. Mr. West states that trains are op erated to and from the front, passen gers having the privilege of going all the way by train. The time table has been re-arranged to connect with the Short Line. Trains leave Milfurd at 8.30 a. m. arrive at Lund 10.00 a. m., arrive end of track 11 30 a. m. Leave end of track returning at 12 noon, arrive at Lund 2.00 p.m. and Milford 4.30 p. m., getting into Salt Lake next morning. Asked as to wheu the road would be finally completed and ready for operation Mr. West replied, May 15 at the latest, but he hopes to finish much before that time. Just as soon as the line is opened a train service will be inaugurated making close connections at Milford, and the Pullman sleeper from Salt Lake will be operated through be tween Salt Lake and Uvada. Trib une. March 21st. BOSTON fic DE LAMAR. Chap. XXIX. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Art Board of County Commissioners of the several counties of this State to appor tion the county revenues. " nnnw.ri March 10, 1865. (Appro red March f, 189 The People of the State of Nevada. represented in the Senate and Assem bly do enact as follows: Section 1. Section one of said Act is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Section one. The Boards of Coun ty Commissioners in the several coun- Tooth Talk... ARTIFICIAL TEETH. My artificial plates are the most natural and perfect re production ofthe teeth Nature gives in fit, action and ap pearance that it is possible for expert skill and the finest mechanical equipment to make 1 hey are constructed and ad- ties of this State shall apportion all justed skillfully and know- tne moneys coming into the county mgiy with consideration of the natural expression' and contour of the facer so light, comfortable, and wearable that their presence in the mouth is forgotten. Painless Extracting. Crowi and Bridge Wjrk. DR. D. C. BOYD. DENTIST, Delamar - - NTev- More Sensational Assays and Rich Samples. The Boston & De La Mar of DeLa mar, Nev., came forward yesterday with assays more sensational than any that have hitherto been derived from that proposition, the samples that afforded them coming from noth ing less than a dump that had been abandoned several years ago, and that is at a point nearest the lines of the April Fool. Manager Griffith, who had received them, had three tests made. One of them yielded $7.20 in gold, a second $142 and a third $182 in gold. With this infor mation the manure-meat at once dis patched word to the foreman to place a shift upon the shaft from which this material came and to continue sinking until further notice. How much of a streak of the high grade exists in the shaft is not known, nor was its presence there suspected, says Mr. Griffith, until the assays were obtained. Tribune. treasury, or so much thereof as is not by law set aside into apecial funds, as follows: Two-thirds shall go into the General County Fund: one-sixth, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall go into the Indi gent Sick Fund; and one-sixth, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall go into the Contingent Fund, to defray the contingent expenses of the county. Said apportionment shall shall be made by an order en tered upon tbeir records, at the time the tax levy shall be made each year; provided, that in all counties polling at the last general election preceding the passage of this Act more than six hundred and twenty-five votes, and not exceeding seven hundred and twenty-five votes to be determined by the vote cast rof Member of Con gress, one-foruth, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall go into the Contingent Fund; one-fourth, or so much thereof as may be necessary shall go into the Indigent Sick Fund, and the remainder into the General Fund. The output of Capt. DeLa Mar's Mercur mines, that has already reached 600 tons daily, is to be in creased to 900. and to that end the enlargement of the roasting plant is to be begun in the next few days. To roast 600 tons daily, the manage ment is now using six giant furnaces and to increase the capacity of the plant simply necessitates an addition of three of corresponding size, for which ample provision was made when the matchless plant was pro iected. Victor M. Clement, who is on the ground, will, in all probabili ty, contract for the enlargements, the coming week, and with 900 tons passing daily through the peerless orushers, the Captain's earnings will at once go to astounding figures. Tribune. The following are samples of the kind of dispatches which we fre quently see in daily papers: Cl6veland, O., Mch. 2. Within the past two days fully 8,000 men large ly employed in the various mills controlled by American Steel and Wire company of this city, have been no tinea oi an increase in wuges ranging from 5 to 10$. The flood of orders, revival in the Bteel trade and advance in prices for finished material are given as reasons for the fcr the advance. Mabtin'b Ferry, O., March. 2. The American Tin Plate company has notified employees of local plants of the voluntary increase in wages of from 5 to 10$. Oyer 1,000 men are affected. The writer expresses the hope that our old friend Rev. H. B. B. will take courage from the above and nu merous similar accounts read in the papers nearly .every day and make up his mind that the Laborer will get his dues in the end. CLINTON STORE" DeLAMAR, NEV. Carries A Choice Line of Cotftctionery, Stationery, Fresh I fruits. Notions Also ?ome of The Best CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Maggie Clinton, Proprietor. OUR OFFER TO CASH SUBSCRIBERS. As we need money to make im provements on the Ricokd and desire to give our readers the benefit of all the reading matter we can for the coming year, we will, ior eacn casn subscriber outside of Pioche, who pays $1.00 in advance, furnish for one year the Rioord and any one of the following magazines and newspapers: Munsey'a monthly, McClure'a " Cosmopolitan " Frank Leslie's , The Deliniator " The Ladiet horaWoarnal " St. Louis Republic Semi-Weekly, San Francisco Bulletin, Sunday. Toledo Blade, Weekly. Courier Journal, weekly. I he Home, monthly. Globe-Demoerat. N. Y. Tribune, weekly. New York Journal " and the Silver Knight Watchman " For any one in town who pays a cash subscription of $4.00 the Rec ord will be delivered by carrier for eight months and any one of the above magazines or newspapers sent for one year. Tell your friends when you read this, and all come to the front with a subscription. Don't wait untill it is too late, but get in while the offer lasts. .TELEPHONE. Pioche and Panaca and Working through to DeLa mar. Open to Public Service Pioche Office at Henry Filer's Panaca Office at J. G. Brown's Mail Schedule. Leare Pioohe for DeLamar m t. Paoace Milfurd Arrive from DeLamar it Pauace Milfurd 6.00 A. M. 6 OO A. M. 8,00 P. M. 1 OO P.M. 7 30 P. M. 1 to a A.M. "The Singer Sewing Machine" on monthly payments, or cheap- for Cash. Enquire of James Pettee at The Record office for particulars. SECRET SOCIETIES. L O. O. . PIOOBS LODOB WO. M. M KITS BVIRT TOKRDAT ATI o'clock La tfcxtr kail oa Mala atroal Vialilo Bratam tordlallj is Tltad to attend. J. D-Oaaipball. I.e. F. rreadeathal, Swratarj. A. O. V W. PIOOH1 LODOB HO. M. or TBI BKOCLAB MIITIHOS Pioche led He, M, A. O. U. W.,are held la Odd Fallow's Hall on Wadneadar abasing, of each week at T:M o'clock .harp. Vl.lttng broihar ra oordlallj la.tted toattaud. r a, pomo, M. w. Job H. Dm. Recorder. PIONEER TENT NO 2 K. O. T. M. Regular reviews Weekly on Mon day at 8 p. m. Bob't Burke, Commander. W. J.Campbell, Record Keeper. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Geo. 8. Sawyer, too. O. Bawyer Sawyer & Sawyer Attorne s at-Law Offlca la Lyaca'a Black, Geo. O. Sawyer ' Notary mbllc PIOCHdJ, VADA. WANTED! Reliable man in this vicinity to open a small omce and Handle my goods. Position permanent and good pay. If your record is O. K. here is an opening for you. Kindly mention this paper when writing. a.T Morris, cincin . O. T. J. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Puillc. Office in MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE Dick's Rostaurant. I Furnishee the BEST BOARD to be had in town. ...... A Drivate dioinn room, with en trance from Main St., has just been added for the convenience of ladies and other guests. ...... MAIN St. DeLAMAR, NEV Notice of Forfeiture. URai and IQeorge L. heirs, admlnlatratora or ee- A Marvelous H'story. Tbe DeLamar, Nev. property has a marvelous history in its progress from a prospect, when purchased by Capt, De La Mar, up to the present time. Millions of pounds of machin ery, building material, piping, etc., had to be hauled from tbe railway at Milford, 160 mile3, for the purpose of putting in the mill, having a pres ent capacity of 350 to 400 tons a day; for the putting in of several pump ing stations and pipe lines from 10 to 80 or more miles each; hoisting machinery for the mine, and all that vast acrcrecation of materials re quisite for putting in such great mining and milling plants, water sys tems, etc, as it now stands ana classed as one of the best in the coun try. Then the question of fuel has added great expense to the plant, and this is along with other items, a constant source of heavy expense. Enterprise. Something that will be of interest to lovers of Breakfast Cereal. Mr Henry Welland has his "patrons in terests in view and aims to keep toe best goods he can get. He has on the road and expects it in every day, the "Gold Medal Cereal" from the Sugar City Cereal Mills, of Norfolk, - Nebraska. Our typo, demonstrated "Wheat ling" the product of the above mills to the satisfaction of thousands of the visitors to the Model Kitchen at the Trans Mississippi and International imposition, almost all, of wnom pro bounced it, the best they had tasted New Railroad Tims Caad. Effective Monday March, 20th. and thereafter our north-bound train, will leave MWIord 8. do p. m., arriv ing at Salt Lake 9.35 a. m; South bound train will leave Salt Lake 5.30 m. arriving at Milford 5.35 a. m. Tourist sleeping car will be oper ated on these trains and Utrh & Pa cific will make direct connections uortti and south bound with our isins at Milford. Conference rate from Milford $6.00, selling date from April 4th. to 8th. Limit April 18th. D. E. BuRLEY NOTICE. We, the undersigned Mer chants of Pioche, hereby give notice, that commencing with the 12th day of March, A. D. 1899, we will close our re spective places of business on Sundays at twelve o'clock noon. N. P. Dooley. H. Welland. J. H. Nesbitt. , S. Thompson. To William; G, Cheaebrough, their lgna: YOU AND EACH OF TOU ARE HEREBY NOTI. fled that the nndersigned, as co-owner with yon has expended one hundred dollars in labor and im provement! upon each of the following named ml. nlngolalma, situated In the Eagle Valley Mining District, County of Lincoln, State of Nevada towlt, tbe Orant, theMarquette, the Oolby and the Ash' land mining claims, in order to hold tbe said claims under tbe previsions of the mining laws of the Cnited statea, for the year 1898 That the amount due from each of yon for your share of s id Work is the sum of f 133 33, being 133.33 from ee ',h of you n each of ssid nilatog claims; and if within ninety dayafrou tbi tarviir of this notice (or within 90 days after the service of this notice by publication) yon, or either of yon fail to contribute your said proportions of such expen litures, as oo-owners, your interests in said olalms and each of them will become the property of tbe subscriber under Jeeeion 3324 of the Revised Statute of the Cnited States. Dated. Pioche, Lincoln Thos. Christie County, Nev .Jan. 4th 1S99, N EW TO-DAY. UTAH & PACIFIC R it. TIME i ABLE Effeotive March 20th, 1809 WATER NOTICE. All persons using water from the "pipes" in Pioche are hereby notified not to let any water "run to waste", under the penalty of having their Water Supply cut off. Wm. H. Clark, Water Inspector. NOTICE. NOttTH B UND Train No. 1. Dally Bundaya eio-pteil, conneoiiog with the Oregon Short Lin train No, l.at Hllford. Leave end of track at 1 OO P. U. Arrive at Lund 3.00 P. M Leave Lund at S 00 P. V Arrive ai Milford at 4.30 P.M. Train No. 3, Booth bound connecting with the Oregon Short Line at Mllf .rd, daily Mondays ex- loaned. Leave Milford at 8.30 A. M. Arrive at Lund at 10.00 A. M Leave Lund at U.0O A. H Arrive at end of treek at 1 00 M. The end of the traok Is at present within tea miles of Desert Springs. Ticket rata. Lund to Milford, one way $ 1.T5 Bound Trip I 3 Special rates for the sixty-ninth annual Confer' enoeoftbe Churoh of Joaue Ohrtatof Latter-day Baluta. Am 11 oth. 7th. 8th. and 9th. at Salt Lake City will be as follows) End of track to Salt Lake and retutn f 9 OO Lund to Salt Lake and return OO Tlckata on sale April 4th. to 8th. lnolmlve, Urn- ted for return to April 18th. For special rates or other information apply to Joseph A. West, Chief Engineer Utah A Pae.no a B. Lund, Utah. To Whom It May Concern: STATE LAND OFFICE CARSON CITY, February 38, 1899. JOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVS5 THAT THE 81ATI of Nevada, under the Act of Congress approved June 18, 1880 91 Stats. 387) has filed in the United States Land Office at Otrson City, Nevada, List No. 138 of lands selected under atd Aot, and has applied for a patent for said land; th at a part of said list la open to the nubile for inspection, and a eony thereof, by descriptive nub-divlslons, hi a been posted In a eonvenlebt place In said United tiAa Land Omce for the Inspection, of all persona Inter ested end the public gen rally. Within the next sixty days following the date oT this notice protests or contests anainet the claim of said State of Nevada to any tractor sub-divtalor. described In the list, on the ground that the same Is more valuable for mineral than agricultural pur. poses, will ba received and noted by the KegUter and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Oaraon Oily, Nevada, for report to the Oenxral Land Office at Washington, D. 0. The following are the sub-dlviaioua described, towlt: N.H of N. W. 1 Sec. 83 T. 1 S. B nil. D.B. a M. 80 acre a. M. D. Celley State Land Register of tb- Hut of Nevsda. Vint Insertion March 9th, 1898, NOTICE. F. R. McNAMEE, Attorney caxxd Oounaiollor amt lasw'v. Delamar, qivAaA, H. E. FREUDENTHAL. Notary -:- Public Office in the County Assessor's room at the Court-house. w? TEE SINBER SEWIG.MCIK, iT THE RECORD OFFICE. Always ready for any kind of work. The best all around Machine on the market THE OLD RELIABLE. For sale on monthly payments, or cheap for cash. t gi,g rrffa?ninffTiTiT''iliTiai''nanBTiBriari inammiH A. S. Thompson, Pioche, Nev. For Anything in the way of mm& GROCERIES J A.nd : Q-eneral : Household: Goods, Call and see "- -n We have opened up with a general stock of general mereham- dise including lieneral Hardware, (ioods delivered fret t any part of town. As heretofore we will continue) to ba headqa BAY, GRAIN, S FIOIH. And a full stock of the) Bt Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars. "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND ' Chop -:- House On Main Street Is the Best place to oall when you want the Best meal to be had in Pioehe, Meal Tickets 3 For 8I.OO The Bakery has also Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Every Day. To Whom It Mat Concekn: 8 r ATE LAND OFFICE OABSOH CITY, January Slat IBM. M-OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TEAT THi BTATI of Nevada, tinder tbe Act of OoDgresa approved June 16, 18H0 (21 Stats. 27), haa filed In tbe Unit ed State Land office at Carson City, Nevada, List No 3 J8 of lands selected under aald Act, and has applle.ifora patent for said lands- that a part of said llat la open to tbe public for inspection, and a copy tnereof, by descriptive sub-divisions, bas been poated in a convenient place In said United B'atee Land Office for the inapectlon of all persons Interested and the public generally. Within the nut alx;y daya following the date of this notice protests or contests against tbe claim of said State of Nevada to any tract or sob-dlrtiion described in the list, on the ground that tbe earns Is more valuable for mineral than agricultural pur poses, will be received and noted by tbe Register and Receiver of the united states una uraoe el Carson City, Nevada, for report to the General Land Office at Washington, D. O. The following are tbe sub-divisions described, to wit: Lot 1 of N. W. 1 Bee. 19, T. 2 8. R. M I. M, D. B. ft M.-37.7 acres. E. D. KEIXET, State Land Bee later of the Bute of Nevada, first insert! n Dated Feb. , 18UB PIOCHE Brug Store. riiHK UNDERSIGNED REgPEOTULLY AN. I. nounce to the people of Pioche and Lincoln ooun'y that their New Drug Store , on Main streeN two doors nortn or the Godbe Mercantile Btoie la now open with a new tttock Ola omio ctls . ASodlolxio Toilet Articles, PBRFUMHRY, HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES OAP, SPONGES. ETC., ETO. SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Dw.)apr devoted to the beat Inlervsr Western slope, and particularly to the dei in. nl of Iba InterineuBiala country. K'.r advertising purpose laoomparably . -st paper between Ban Fraaelaee aaa Dap a ally, S)8 leenaa per yea. (11.11 v eehly. It, pp. eoL, pmr JT. .A LARGE TABIXTY Ot. Notions and hncy Articles. Phjaiciama PreeerltittoBs carefully com pounded, day or night, and orders from abroad filled with care and dlspatoh by a competent drug gist. Dr. J. D. Campbell, PROPRIETOR. Chemioal and M icrosmipio Eiamin atica cf Urine. CaT a Pramstly tttemr Day er Night. Milford and DeLamar Stage Line Via Pioche and Panaca. eyeryeYeainj J. A. DNETON, Proprietor, Stages leave DeLamar at 6 o'clock except Friday Leave Panaca at 7 A. M. and Pioehe at 10 A. U every day except Saturday, connecting closely witk the Milford train. DeLamar Office at Clark Bros. Store. Pioche Office at Nevada Hotel, J. A. Denton, Agent. THE Pioche Weekly Record Newspaper. SVeeklr. Ill anontha, . Weakly, tare snoataa, .eareas. THE TllHUNB, Salt Laaa Cm, S.' 1 trail THIRTT-WnTTH TEAK. F laCkk 24 Pigta i Tcckly i Htuattatal INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. bins to mma eorr, MINING " Scientific PRESS MO XJUUDT Hi. MM WMMMMtOtt CeI BY RECORD PUBLISHING COMPT JAMES PETTEE. MAN ACER. Th Bioobd represent! the interest, of a Mtia of rich mineral country, soon to ba opened up by Una of railroad. Subscribe for it and Send it to Your Friend. V 0ur Job Department is one of the most complete in the State. Record Publishing Co., FlOCHBi Nv.