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The
PlOCHE
Record,
EEKLY
VOL XLVIV.
PlOCHE. NEVADA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, IH9.
NO. 15.
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Chicago,
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Utah & Pacific's New
Tariff to Lund.
EFFECTIVE ON APRIL I5TH.
Effective April 15th. a new freight
tariff will be published by tlie Utah
&, Pacific. The tariffs are not to fide
up jet bat the advance figures given
The Tribuue show a decided reduc
tion in all class rates as for example
5 cents per hundred pounds lower
in first class, 7 cents iu second, I
cents in third and so on. The de
tailed hures will be as follows:
Between Milfobd and Lund.
Between Milford and Luud.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th ABODE
25? 20 19 18 16 H 12 10 9 6
Cuttle per car, $12.
As soon as the line caches Esca-
lante station, sixty-live miles out, a
tariff in conformity will be published
which will be based on the same
mileage arrangement, the first class
rate to that point to be less than 1
cent a mile.
When the first tariff was put in it
was but temporary, and a fair trial
proved the fiigures to be too high
and teaming to Milford was kept up
by some. The new tariff will be a
welcome bit of news to shippers in
in the south and it is expected that
traffic over the road will be visibly
increased.
CHANGES TERMINUS.
Accident to Wife of Utah & Pacific
Agent at Lund
It. L. Noef, agent at Lund is in the
city with his wife. The latter met
with a painful and serious accideut
on Tuesday night. She was lying
down rending, when a j-irring of the
temporary quarters usd by the
agent caused u bit cf iron to fall
from the ceiling and hittiug her fair
ly in the eye, causing such a wound
that it is very likely her eye will have
to be removed. The accident is de
plored by the many friends of the
couple at the end of the trad;, as
well as their older friends iu railroad
circles. Tribune.
Utah & Pacific will Stop dust Inside
Border of Utah.
Chief Engineer West of the Utah
k Pacific is up from the end of the
track with the report that but 15
miles are now remaining to be built.
By April 15th. Escalante will bu
reached and trains will therefore be
ODerated to that point next week.
It is sixty-five miles from Milford.
Mr. West announces quite a little
change in the plans of the company
aa to the terminus at Stateline. It
was decided to create tha permanent
station at Uvada, 75.5 miles from
Milford. This is near the line but
in the State of Nevada and for the
Utah & Pacific to terminate there it
would mean an extra incorporation
in Nevada. As the Utah, Nevada
k. California is incorporaied to build
from the stateline, the Utah & Pacific
will not, attempt to do so but will stop
jus within thu Utah border at a sta
tion to be called McCune in houor of
the president of the company. Iu
mileage it makes but little difference
but looking forward it might be a
significant fact in relation to the con
tinuance of the line through Nevada.
Escalante will be the shipping point
for St. George, Hulirou, Du. il lye,
Piuto, Stutelint; 'ind other points.
Freight and paxsrngiT tar ffs will be
figured out ut mice. Tribune.
SILVER THUST.
Formed for the Purpose of Raising
The Price of Silver.
By Aea-icUte.t pre-.
Topeka, K is." J. T. Graham of
Denver, who owns extensive gold
and silver mi.i3 in Color ido ai!
New Mexico and copper mint i .
Utah, pausel through Topeka tod y
on his way home. Mr. Graham oper
ates smelting plants at his various
mines and he has been in New York
in attendance at the meeting of
smelter operators, which resulted in
the perfection of a gigantic trust
with a capital of $05,000,000.
While in this city Mr. Graham
made the important statement that
the first step made by the new trust
would be to advance the price of sil
ver 10 per cent.
"This is a trust that will prove
beneficial instead of oppressive," said
Mr. Graham. "All the smelter oper
ators who entered into a combine
signed a contract agreeing not to
raise the price on the treatment of
ore for ten years.
"The advance in silver will be
made within a short time," contin
ued Mr. Graham, "just as soon as
the combine can be perfected." Ga
zette.
ARBOR DAY.
Governor Sadler, has appointed
April 21st. as Arbor Day, and he ear
uestlv reccmraends that said day be
observed by the people of the State
in the planting of Trees and Shrubs
and in adornmeut of public and pri
vate grounds and by appropriate ex
ercises and ceremonies in the Public
Schools. He savs "I would further
suggest that after the planting is
do'-e, let not the main object be for
arotten. "care for and cultivate" that
growth and beauty may follow."
Nothing herein shall be construed
as making this i legal Holiday so far
as the Courts aud civil contracts are
concerned. It. Sadler, Gov.
E. Howell, Secretary of State.
Tooth Talk...
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
My artificial plates are the
most natural ami perfect re
production of the tooth vature
jnves in fit, action and ap
pearance taut it is possible
fir expert skill and the finest
mechanical equipment to make
They are constructed and ad
justed skillfully and know
ingly with consideration of
the natural expression and
contour of the face, so light,
comfortable, and wearable that
their presence iu the mouth is
forgotten.
Oregon
Short
Line
Central Pacific will ba Surety
Consolidated.
London. The Central Pacific rail
road udjiiMtiuent managers announce
that as over 87 of the bondholders
have assented to the re-organization
plan, it is declared iu operation.
no
K
Painless Extracting.
DR. D. C. BOYD.
DENTIST,
Delamar - - - jNev-
THE
CLINTON STORE
DeLAMAR, NEV.
Carries A Choice Line of
Corfrot'f-nery.
Stt'om ry,
Vres' rults
Notions
Also Some of The Best
CIGARS AND
TOBACCOS.
Maggie Clinton,
Proprietor,
ClU OFFER T s CASH
SUBSCRIBED.
As we need money to make im
provements on the Record and desire
to give our readers the benefit of all
the rending matter we can for the
coming ye-ir, wf. will, for each cash
subscriber outside of Pioche, who
pay $4 00 in advance, furnish for
one year the Record and any one of
the following magazines and news
papers: Munsey's monthly,
McClure'a
Cosmopolitan "
Frank Leslie's
The Deliniator "
The Ladies home Journal "
St. Louis Republic Semi-Weekly,
San Francisco Bulletin, Sunday,
Toledo Blade, Weekly.
Courier Journal", weekly.
The Home, monthly.
GHobe-Demoerat "
N. Y. Tribune, weekly.
New York Journal " tnd
the Silver Knight Watchman "
For anv 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 newspnpers 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.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
t, o. o. r.
PIOCHI LODOF 10. II.
MEETS RVKRT Tnt8tAY ATT
''ol'c In their bt'lon Milr trl
ihii tnw Hrtirhr- (..nilall i
"lie t to attnnrt.
J. D- Ounpb.ll, N. O
t F. Praudemba), Herreiiry.
A. O.
PIOCHE LODOK NO. H.
THE
,iVf.. TUB I&E.UUI.AA 31 B. 2. 1 1 1. li
X?S.. Ptoohe Lod e Ho. 18, K.O.V. '
..1 V' lieM In O i l Hellow'e Hi
-f WelnB'iaf livening of each W'
or
TELEPHONE.
Pioche and Panaca
and
Working
-.TP;
BEttUI.AK MKSTINOB
w., ere
H.ll on
week at
S T:Hil o'clock utiau. VtHHtu br b' r
. er- or Hilly uviikI toettetul.
P R D moao, M. W
Joaif H. Dtci. Pei-orlnr.
PIONEER TENT NO 2 K. O. T. M,
Regular reviews Weekly on Mon
day at 8 p. m.
Rob't Burke, Commander.
W. J.Campbell, Record Keeper.
PROFESSIONAL 0AED3.
IE
Qo. u. Bawjtt
Sawyer & Sawyer
Mtorne s at-Law
Otllcl in Lynch' Bleok,
"The Singer Sewing Machine" on
monthly payments, or cheap for
Cash. Enquire-of James Pettee at
The Record office for particulars.
G. O. S xrymr
notary moiie.
PIOCHJ,
r YA.DA.
wanted:
Reliable man in this vicinity to
open a small office and handle my
sroods. Position permanent aud
crood pay. If your record is O. K.
here is an opening for you. Kindly
meution this paper when writing.
a T Morris. ' incin . O-
Dick's
.Restaurant.
T. J. OSBORNE,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW,
Notary PujIIc.
Office In MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE
F. R. McNAMEE.
Attorney xxi
Oouiiollor - t - t,aTV
Dkmmar,
MKVAdA,
through to
DeLa-
mar.
Open to Public Service.
Pioche Office ut Henry Eiler's
Punuca Office at J. G. Brown's
NEW TO-DAY.
Notice of Forfeiture.
Vim r' i) f
J W
Vrn. iMo ' o unty, 'al
ri-n 'it h. 1890.
J 1- B PMUln.
. - oil to my
Lo.a. Tim 3 Card in iiTatt
Sunday .March 19th tS2
The importance of the announce--ment
jthat all agree to the plan of
Central Pacific re-adjustment, can
not be overestimated, iu the first
place it means that C. P. Huntington
bas won, and the rumors that the
Vanderbilts would take the Central
Pacific or some other sy udicute would
controi.it,,. will go for naught. It
may have an important bearing also
on the new line to Los Angeles, for
now that Huntington has bought at
so hirh a fierure. he will have to
adopt a new policy, that of bettering
the Central Pacific. With the latter
being pushed to the front, it means
that the local Conditions will be more
closely watched by the Southern Pa
cific, and as competition would hurt
both their lines, it may he necessary
for them to build that line, Long is
surveying.
All arguments in the past have
been given with the thought that the
Central Pacific would be lost by the
southern Pacific. Tribune.
Utah mines are taking higher and
higher rank every day. Men are
dropping in here all the time from
the Eastern States, asking about
them; inquiries are comiug in by let
ter every dav. and. come to look
around, the fact is made plain, tha
with the exception of Oripplu Creek
which is about all reduced now to
the control of . Buttled companies
there is uot a spot iu the country on
wnich the attention ol unui.ug men
is half so much concentrated as it is
upon Utah. Aud the reusons why
Me plain enougu. The mines lure
re more numerous and average bet
ter than in any other spot. This is
goiug to be a great sousbu iu Utah
mining Tribune.
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Train ou:h of lu i i n it ru i u i liyn.
Tuur at H,,je 'flf 'i'l 'l tr-iln- -e " Mi
THIS n BtO" LIS I'O vLL l".H r.
TT uulj ll'.r t- P' -i9 l - " 11 ic I i
ill a i iter, oi'ns.
For priicularH rt o.
D. B. Barlnj.
O P AT. A
Hf Like City.
S. O. Dye, Agent,
Milford, Utah
I,
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t
:n
Furnihe th BEST BOARD to
ba had in town
A DnvaU dininn room, with en
trance from Main St.. has iuat been
kdded for t e convenience of ladies
nt other Ji. .U, . . . . .
MAIN St.
DeLAMAR, NEV
THE
mm n en
AT
THE RECORD OFFICE.
Always ready for any kind of work.
Tha best all around Machine on th naaxkrt
THE OLD RELIABLE.
Foe tala on monthly payments, or ehMp tat
A. S. Thompson,
Pioche, Nev.
For Anything
in the way of
IGROCERIES
A.nd
NOTICE.
UTAH & PACIFIC
R .TIM TAB .
Effective March 20th, 1899
HI . I I Ik". !IV
t t 4 ti- iiii 1 m n d h x : ! o e
in 1 I h A mi'- v m upo
h in tux 1 'I- i 1 1 p: . n a
li9 1 'h-oBe ' h Beo Td t r.i aiil i, ,a it: , 1
I, r t b -H eiie-.i ' eliiin in i r th ' pi vi1. '
o.lon ltii IVviaed Mta ,f ha nitcl HM'-
eg the o mul r qulnd o hiM 'he lime t it hi
year e .ding Iwo mber 3'v And if witiu.
Unoiy dayHtft r th public i q ol t5i 1 ;i liloa ynu
r.bil to contribute yonr iroportlm of such iXin
tire. a:i co-iwuera your lut--r'nt 1 Mid claiui wi'l
-nm ih1 pi-operty of the t:.btcribr un'er the
. i ..ikju 3-2 ! ti e mud Htat o- t ie
"a 1 f.a'ri
Citizens are warned from the pruc-
tise of throwing rubbish of any l.ind
into the street. If they overlook
this warniug I will have it hauled
away at the expense cf offeuders.
Henry Eiler,
. Street Supervisor.
To Whom It May Concern:
STATE LAND OFFICE
CAt-ON CITY, February 28, 189
OTlvE In HBB'BY OIV H THAI' Hi 5l"
f Stvana, un'trr tne Act or uonur-ae appr itcu
Inne 19 188-1 M Stuta. 287; ban filed In th-i United
t. Land offlie at O ru tH'v. Nevada, List
426 f Iridn selected uner sill Act, and ha
ol i'd f ir a pa ei f ir aald Ian1-i tU at a cart of
and 'i t in iinen o he nublic for Inipemion, and a
c nv'hiin of, b decr p'ive ub-.:ivlsl"ni, ! been
o t d 1 a C nv- niei.t place in nai' Uliltwl ?"le
a 4 0 l f . th ii i Ii i i ol al iiemom )nt r-
e and he u 1 en fa' y
Wl 'i u tlie nex' m'v d ija oV iwlng "i ' d of
'.!. o 4 ! -e-tii.M r ou'e'ta ala' s b. claim c
S i.' of Se- iia to any Vant cr ul-livMo'
jwMVI i i 'In 1-', 'i be g omul 'h it th" mi
Inmiev innd.- f t lueral Ih-n ari -uitnral r
p .sen. will b recelv a d n'lted by the Register
aud Peo "!vr of hi TJal-d Statu Land Office at
Oarsoj ' y. v'eadi. f ren ri to th General
and Olttceat Wadhington.D. 0.
The fullu vmg au the irab-dlvUI n deacrlbed,
tuwit:
N .V f X. W. Vj tee. 8 V. 1 S. R. 8 S M D.B
k v. 8 i ncre
. D, Eellry.
Stale La id RigUier if tha State of Mevada.
Vint lnta.-t' l r'.ii9 h 18J.
H. E. FREUDENTHAL,
Notary -:- Public
Oflicr in the County Aaaeeior'a room at
the Court-bonee.
"DICK'S"
RESTAURANT
AND
Chop -: House
General : Household: Goods,
Call and see Us , m
We have opened up with a general stock of general merehaa-
dise including General Hardware, lioods delivered ires ts
any part of town. As heretofore we will continu ty bs
head,arpfor &
And a full itoek of the Bmk
Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars.
NOKTU B USD
Train No. 1. Dally Sundaya excepted, oonneo lng
with the Oregon Short Uue train Nj. l.at VI 11 for 1
Leave end of track at 1 00 P. .
Arrive at Lund 2 00 P Ml
Leave Lund at 9 00 P. H
Arrive at Milford at 4.3H P. M.
Train No. 1. South bound oonuecttn with the
Oregon Short Line at Milf rd. dilly M iudayaex
lok pad .
Leave Milford at 8 SO A. M.
Arrive at Luud at 10.00 1. M.
Leave L md at 11 00 . M.
Arrive at end of tra ik at 12 00 K.
f he end of the track la at present wituin ten
mile uf Deaert Springe.
1'lcket ratea Lund to Milford. one vay 1 1 18
Round Trip $2 81
Juaeph A We,
Chl-f E ui leer
V ah eikMfi' !l a.
L ud, Cuh.
The rebels have evacuated their
"seat of government" Malolas, and
burned the city, retreating to the
mountain fustuesses. The backbone
of the insurrection is undoubtedly
broken Our troops will uot be sent
after thein, but n aive troops will do
the fighting during the unhealthy
season iu that direction. Our forces
occupy the City.
NOTICE.
To Hold ts of CertiScatei Against
Th? jo a al County fund
Notice la It r-by ulveo trmt ther- la now
in the County Treaenry, ti e auna of 8700 00. tui
tbe reiiempti in of oer M-'-ee of l''neb'e'ln -a-
against the Oa eral K'lud of Lin ol i Mm ty N v
adm and 1 at waied prop aaln for rhe aurr mdur of
auel certloca e will 0 received by Jie, until t
n xt nuruUr meetlmt of ihe B ar 1 of Co int y Com
mlKaionira, towlt: May let 1899. aa provided in the
law for the redemption of men certificate In tha
atatntea of 1898. page 4S
i A. NceHTr.
Ooohtt TanUKra, of Llnoolu Co.
Pioche. N.v April 4th. 18911.
WATER NOTICE.
All Persons using water from the
'pipes" in l'ioche ure 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.
A. B. Jones, who was charged with
attempted murder, by J.N.Stoutt
of Salt Lake, was unanimously ac
quitted by the Jury, on the second
ballot, in 23 minutes.
1 pi rr
On Main Street
I- the Ket plare tn call when you want the
Be t ii eul tu be bad in Piocbe.
Niaal Tickets 3 For SI.OO
The Bakery has also Fresh Bread,
Pits end Cake.8 Every Day.
PIOCHE
rug
tore.
Fo Whom It May Concern:
8' ATE LAND OBVIOK
CAKH'iN CITY, January Sl-t 1899.
IOTK'E K II C.KEBV GIVEN TH AT TH ITS I B
..i viu. nler the Act of Cnnareaa approved
tme 16. 18-40 (11 Utati-. i87i, hn filed In tbe Unit
d 4tate tAU'l - -tfi -e at Caraon Ciry, Nevada, Liit
o. 3'ioiif lauda nelected uuder aaid Ai t, aud has
uiplie for a paten' for aaid land: that a part oi
aid liae ia open to tbe putiitc Tor Inapactlon, ana a
oy tnereof, by dencriptlve aub-d Iviaiona. baa
beo noated In a convenient place in aaid United
'f a Lanil Oft,- for the InapectioB of all person
Hiierea-ed and the public generally.
Witl.lu ihe n xt alx y daya followlnit the data of
thlx notioe proteatB or conteata againat the claim of
aaid State of Nevada to any tract or eob-dtvliiou
described in the lint, on the ground that the earns
la more vtluable for mineral than agricultural pur
poaea. will On received and noted by the Reglater
and Receiver of tbe Urjted Stalea Land OUloe at
laraon City. Nevada, lor report to tha General
and Office at Waeltlnvton, D. O.
The following are the eub-dtvUlona deacrtsed, to
wP:
LotlofN.W. k See. 19, T. 1 S. B. (SI E. M.
D. 8. fc M -37.78 acrea.
E. D. KBLLET.
State L md Repleter of the State of Nevada.
liat ineerti n Dated Feb. 9. 1 'fl.
I'HK ONDKItSittNED RIaPEOTnLLT AH.
nounce to the people of Ploctiv and Lincoln
oiiun'y hat their Drun Store, on Main atreeN
tv, oduora iiortu or the Oodbe Mercantile Stni-
i.. n'iw opi'liith a no Htoek
lioraioats.
Toilet Articles,
PKRf'UMBRX.
HAIR m T09TH BRUSHES
SOAP. SPONfJES. ETO., ETO.
THE SALT LAKE
RIBUNF
.A LAROE VARIETY OP.
Notions ?-nt) F n c y Articles.
Pnyelclan'e Prrarriutloiaa aarefnllT eon-
pounded, day or night, and order from abroad
filled with car and dlapateii by aeompetatdrua
glat.
Dr. J. Di Campbell,
PROPRIETOR.
Chemieal ann MierKnii FxamiB t'o
of Urino.
tal IT-mitty lttn oy t Nlcl.
ilford and DeLamar
Stage Line g
Via Piochefcand Panaca.
J. A. DENTON, Proprietor.
Stages leave DeLamar at 6 o'clock rery Tftnh
except Friday
Leave Panaca at 7 A. M. and Pioeht at 1ft iu lt
every day except Saturday, connecting closely mltii
the Milford train.
DeLamar Office at Clark Bros. Stor.
Piocbe Office at Nevada Hotel,
J. A. Denton, Agent.
THE
Pioche Weekly Record
Newspaper.
tfi BY
RECORD PUBLISHING CQMP.
I
I a t aew.,aper devoted tv the b.t iaterca
i Wateru elope, and partieularly to the d.
, ut ol tb. liitnrtnountaia oouatry.
r adverttaing purpose, taonmparably
' paper hatweeaSaD Praaoiae. aad Dee .
ally, 3S laau.a per y.at !.!
U'eekly. 1 pp. eol.. paryi... 3.
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24Pam i Teddy i UltabUad
INDISPENSABLE
TO MINING MEN.
$3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID
mm pox RAjotLi corr.
MINING Scientific PRESS
JAMES PETTEE,
Ml AN ACER
Th Record represents the istmata of a vm! aMtifJ
of rich mineral country, mob te
bo opened tip by a lino oi
railroad. v
Subcnbft for it and Send it to Your Friend.
1 1
Job Department
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