PIOCHE, NEVADA, THURSDAY,' APRIL 20, 1801),
EXTEND TRAIN SERVICE.
Report of the Grand Jury April
Utah & Pacific Now Operating
The Utah k Pacific has changed
its temporary terminus from Lund
to Escalante, which is sixty miles
out from Milford. All trains now
run to that point delivering mail, ex-
nress. Dassencers and freight. There
is some talk among the road s offi
cials, however, to change the name
of this station to Denton, as there is
already a nostoffice called Escalante
and one called Desert.
The construction train has been
moved to the station, and will work
from that point until Stateline is
reached, which will be within thirty
days. The new tariff, spoken of a
few days ago, will be put into effect
at once, and every arrangement
made to facilitate traffic at the new
Name la Modena.
Modena is the new name for the
station at the ureaent terminus of
the Utah & Pacific. On the old Un
ion Pacific survey, Modena station
was thirty-nine miles from Milford,
but the present station is over sixty
miles out. Chief Engineer West left
for the front last evening, after hav
ing given to the printers the new
tariffs, figures of which have already
been given. Tnbune.
m FRtlGtiT URItF.
The new freight tariff effective
April 15th. inst. makes an average
rate on Class freights, Milford to
Dresent end of track and Modena
(Desert Springs), of 46cts. per cwt
an average of 30cts. per cwt. or car-
load freights. Jos. A. West.
Chief Engineer. N. F.
Escalante, April 18th. 1899.
Mines of DeLamar, Nevada.
Hon. W. J. Dooley, representative
from Lincoln county, Nev., in the
late Legislature, arrived from the
West yesterday, on his way to De
Lamar, that has been his home for
many years. Since the adjournment
of the general assembly, before
which he made a most stubborn fight
for an eight-hour day in the mines
and mills, Mr. Dooley has been trav
elliug through California, and ar
rives with his health generally im
proved. Of the mines and prospects
of Ferguson district, in which he is
liirgi-Iy interested, he says the sea
sou promises greater activity than
ever before. At the great De LaMar
mine, he reports an average of 300
tons daily coing through the mill,
while the April Fool, of which he is
one of the owners, is furnishing the
mill with an average of 600 tons per
month. The Magnolia, of whhio
Hon. T. B. Jones of this city is one
of the principal of owners, is charac.
terized by him as the making of one
of the biggest propositions in the
camp, and a number of prospects are
showing ore that induces the belief
that development only is necessary
to put them among the producers.
Mr. Dooley will remain in the city
several days, when his journey will
be continued homeward. Tnbune
We find on inspection that the
Court House is in bad condition,
and would require a large amount
of money to put it in good repair,
and we suggest that your honorable
body reccommend to the County
Commissioners, that they as soon as
possible have the partitions repaired,
G. L. Edwards, Geo. Andrews and
C. L. Roe, Committee.
We, the Committee appointed to
investigate and report on the Indi
gents and County Poor, beg leave to
submit the following: We find that
the Indigents of the towns of Pioche
and DeLamar are kept at the county
expense, at a greater cost than is
necessary for same, than if some per
son could be engaged to take ' care
of them on a ranch at some conven
ient and healthy locality in the coun
ty. Some of the Indigents are now
being kept at Mrs. McGuffey's
ranch, doing well and are satisfied.
Place is a farm and healthy.
April sitting Fourth District Court
List of Grand Jury for the April
Term, as follows:
My artificial plates are the
most natural and perfect re
production of the teeth Nature
gives in tit, action and ap
pearance that it is possible
for 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 in the mouth is
CUH OFFER TO CASH
As we need money to make im
provements on the BrooRD and desire
to give our readers the benefit of all
the reading matter we can for the
coming year, we will, for each cash
subscriber outside of Pioche, who
pays $4.00 in advance, furnish for
one year the- Record and any one of
the following magmzmu and news
Frank Leslie' ,
The Ladies home Journal "
St. Louis Republic Semi-Weekly,
moohi lodqi o. .
MISTS STKET TUESDAY ATT -A
e'eloe la tb.lr ball oa Main etrrat
Tialtlag tiMtm cordially
"'w' Tttxl to attend .
j. d Cuipb.il. a. a.
M r. rreadeatael, aWretwy.
A. O. ' W.
IOOH1 LODOS SO. M,
TBI miOCLAK StltTHiO
Ptook. Lad. Ma.M. a.O.U.W
t h.ld la Odd r.llow'a Hall oa
Wsdawdav avenlac of ear mk M
1 :M .'olook ebera. Vlaltlat broib-r
. an oordi.Uy tavtted toatteud.
r R. Doaeao, M
tarn a. Dies, Bawder.
B. A. Pomeroy,
0 our lee Soe
San Francisco Bulletin,
Toledo Blade. Weekly.
Courier Journal," weekly.
The Home, monthly.
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
Delamar - " - IN"eV above mSttaines 01 newspapers sent
iur cue jcbi.
Tell your friends when you read
this, and all come to the front with a
...U:4:a TYnn't a.U 1-1 fill if im
as am.MAA. jkMAIftllll BUUBtllUUUU. V TYntt uuwm an
"CLINTON S I UKt too late, but get in while the offer
I Painless Extracting.
Crow i and Bridge Work.
DR. D. C. BOYD.
The Trial Jury is called on the
25 th. The following: cases have been
docketed; Jos. Eisenmann vs. W. F.
Kelsey; Divorce, Chalmer vs. Chal-
mer; Jos. Cook vs. H. Kale and H.
Walker, involving title to the Boas
mining claim, Oily District; Anna
Carman vs. D. L. Bathurst and Miss
Henry, damage suit of $2000 alledg
ing assertions that touch on the secre
cy of telegraph messages; Chas. Lytle
vs. II. Rice, Spring and Eagle Val
ley water case; Hank Knight vs. Max
bebaefer attachment case; State vs.
Patterson and Olphin, allied hold up;
J. Comedy, attempt to kill; O.
Hayes and J. E. Cole, larceny; D.
Balance next week.
Carries A Choice Line of
Also Some of The Best
"The Singer Sewing Machine" on
monthly payments, or cheap for
Cash. Enquire of James Pettee at
The Record office for particulars.
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.
Geo. 8. Sawyer,
On. U. 8wy-r
Sawyer & Sawyer
Jtttorne s at-law
on.. Im Lyaeh'e Black,
6m. O. Sawy.r
Reliable man in this vicinity to
k n m 1
open a small omce ana nanaie 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, Clncln . O.
The Commissioners to represent Pififihfi gHld PatiaCrl.
XT ,1 .1. Al Tfc- T71 " 1 ' .1 I
'u t uib irans Axposiuon o i
through to DeLa
Open to Public Service.
" Pioche Office at Henry Eiler's
Panaca Office at J. G. Brown's
1900, have been appointed by the
Governor, they are J. A. Yerington
H. B. Maxon( who was commissioner
at tne Trans. Miss. Xixpo.) and our
Assemblyman, Hon. W. J. Dooley.
N EW TO-DAY.
DENTON & PERRY'S
Laevea Pioche (daily) except Saturday, (or Pane-
ce. Railroad .ad DeLamar it P. X.
Lasvee Railroad (daily) except Monday, (or P.
aaei, Pioche and DeLamar at 1 P. M.
Arrives cow at Pioche at 10 P. If .
Fnrniehe the BEST BOARD to
be had in town
A private dining room, with en
trance from Main St.. hat iuat been
added iur the oonvenienca ol ladiea
and other gaeeti.
T. J. OSBORNE,
Office in MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE
P. R. McNAMEE,
Oounajellor - at -Tji-w-ir
H. E. FREUDENTHAL,
Notary -:- Public
Office in the County Aneaaor 'a room at
sum h m
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 smb.
A. S. Thompson,
in the way
ind : General : Household: Goods,
Call and see Us
We have opened up with a general stock of general merchan
dise including General Hardware, uooas delivered iree 10
any part of town. As heretofore we will continue to be
headqarfor QAY, GRAIN, & FLOUR
And a full stock of the Best
Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars.
Notice of Forfeiture.
From Deer-lodge, Nevada.
Through a business letter from
Deerlodge, Nev., something is learn
ed of the progress of that camp,
which appears to be making consid
The Mountain View, best known
as the Boss company, is starting to
sink on the Buck mine to a depth of
200 feet, and at the same time are
working the Boss with good success,
Mr. Mari of the Bio Grande Wes'
tern is sinking a shaft to a depth of
200 fee t on the Nugent in Pike's dig
gings. Campbell, Johnson and Lund
have the Horseshoe down to the 200
feet mark, and have cut a three to
four feet vein of $40 ore. Many
others are pushing work on their
claims, and citizens of the district
are much rejoiced to see the good
work of development going ahead
with bo much vigor as is now shown
Sima Reevea, the grearteat ballad tener
the world haaaver known, ia nearly 90 yeara
old, but recently aang at concert arranged
(or hi. benefit. The eons he choee waa
Coma Into the Garden. Maud," which he
save in a manner recalling to hie older hear
en the matchleaa ohraains and tenderneaa
of yeara ago.
INDIANS AT GREATER
WASHINGTON, MCH., 25. The Indian
Offioe will aaaiat in sending repreeentativea
of ail tribe, to Omaha during the aummar, it
being underatood that the ooet of transpor
tation and maintenance ia to be paid by the
Greater American Expoeition. Report
from agent, of the Expoeition in the new
eoluniea give aaauranoe that perfect repro
ci action of life ou the i.lande will be made,
cv.d to theSpanuh bullfight and the lea
Immi'nl aporta of the Filipinos, the Hawa
iian. oi Porto Ricana. Native fine art
ul .! i hi ehown.
' DIRECT LUTE TO SALT LAKE.-
Local Time Card in Effect
Sunday March I9t h 1899
LetT T OO P.M.
1:00 A. M.
6:10 a M.
arrive (:3S A.M.
Leave S45 A. M.
Arrive 10 40 A. K.
7:80 A.M. ArrlTC
530 P. M.
1:00 A. M.
:10 P. M.
8:88 P. M.
7:10 P. M.
1:30 P. M.
8 OS P.M.
1:0 J P. M.
Train, aouth of Juab do not run Bundeye.
Tourlat aleeper on all tralna between Milford
and Salt Lake.
Tax Draof uxs to all vourra;
Tne only line to Paelfle Northwest. Montana and
all eastern poults.
For partlculara write,
D. I. Bur ley,
Q. P.fcT. A.
Beit Lake City.
S. O. Dye, Agent,
TanderbUt, Sin Bernardino county, OaL
March 14th. 1899.
T J. W. Barma, JTaatai B. Phillip,
their belra, adminiatratora or aaalgna, aod fo any
and U penona elalmlns an Intoreat In or title to
the Altrarla mine, situated In the Oreaeent mining
Dlstrlet, county of Lincoln, Stat of Nevada:
TOO AND EACH Of 100 ARI HEREBY ROTI
fied that the nndaralgned, baa expended one hun
dred tlOOdoUra ia labor and Improvement npoa
the mlnini lode a wlU appear by eerttfloat Bled
1899 in the oflkoe of the Beoorder of ld eounty, In
order to hold the aaid claim under the praviaiosa of
aection 33M, Beviaed 8tahw of the United State,
being the amount required to hold the asm for the
year ending Daeember Slat, 1898. And If within
ninsty day after the publication of thla nolle you
fall to contribut your proportion of euch expandl
tun, a oo-ownera, your intereat in aaid olatm will
become the property of the auboeriber under th
aaid SecUoa astM, of the Beviaed Statute of the
Dated. Pioche, Lincoln Grant D. Halfpenny.
Citizens are warned from the prac
: tise of throwing rubbish of any kind
into the street. If they overlook
this warning I will have it hauled
away at the expense of offenders.
To Whom It May Concern:
NT ATE LAUD Off ICS
CARSON CITY, February 18, 1899.
OTIOI IS HEBIBT GIVH THAT THi oiaia
of Nevada, under th Act at Oongnae approved
Jun 18, 1880 (11 Stat. 187) baa Sled in the United
Statea Land Offioe at Cuaoa City, Nevada, Llat
No. IM of linda aalected under etld Act, and b.a
applied for a pa'anl for aaid landa; th at a pan of
said list Is open to the vubllo for inspection, ua
aooythereof, by descriptive rabwdlvlatona.n.e been
poated in a oonT.ni.nt place in aaid United Sulea
Land Offioe tor the lnapectlon of all peraona inier
eatod and the public generally.
Within tb. next aixty days following th dat of
thla notice proteata ereonteata agalnat the claim of
aaid State, of Nevada to any tract or entMUvieion
deaoribed in the Uat, on the ground that the aunt
la mom Teluabl for mineral than agricultural pur.
iea. wlU b received and noted by the Beguter
and Beoelverotthe United Statea Land Omce at
n cut. Nevada, for report to th Oenral
and Office at Waahlngton, D. 0.
The following are the eub-dlvtsioaa described,
N.M of N. W, It See. 88T. 1 S. B 88 B. M. D.B
fc M. 80 acre.
B. D. Kly.
' Stat Land Bglater of the Stat of Kvd,
First maertion March 9th, 1899.
UTAH & PACIFIC
R f?. TIMETABLE
Effective March 20th, 1899
Sheriff Johnson was kept busy
Wed hi luv. suboata'tinff witnesnes
Train No. I. Dally Sundays excepted, connecting
with the Oregon Short Lin train No. 1. at Milford,
Leave and of track at 1.00 P. M.
ArriT at Lund 1.00 P. M.
Lea,. Lund at I0OP.M.
Arrive at Milford st 4.30 P.M.
Train No. 1 Southbound connecting with the
Oregon Short Line st Milford, daily Mondays ex-toeped.
Leave Milford st 1.30 A. M.
Arrive st Lund at 10.00 A. M.
Leave Lund st U.OO A. M.
Arrive st end of track at 1140 M.
The end of the track teat meant within tea
mile of Deaert Springs.
Ticket rates Lund to Milford, one way 1 1.78
Bound Trip S 18
Joaeph A. Weet,
U:jh A PaeiAe B. tt.
To Holders of Certificates Against
The General County Fund
Notice la hereby gOem trust thare I aiew
in the County Treasury, the aum of $700.00, for
the redemption of certificate, of iad.btedneaa
against th Oenersl Bund of Linooln eounty, Nev
ad a, and that sealed nroposals for the surrender of
Bueh certificates will be received by ms, until the
next regular meeting of the Board of Count y 0os
mlMlonera, towlt: May lat- 1899, as provided la the
law for th redemption of such oertiflostes, la the
statutes of 188, psgs as.
J. A. Nbbbiti
Oocim Tau.umu.of Lincoln Co.
Pleche. Nev. April 4th. 1899.
. WATER NOTICE.
. All persons using water from the
"pipes" in Pioche axe hereby notified
not to let any water "run to waste",
under the penalty of having their
Water Supply cut off.
Wm. H. Clark,
To Whom It May Concern:
STATK LAND OFFICE
OABSON CITT, January Slat 1899.
VTOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB STATS'
A! M vm. ttndar th. Aot of Oonsnae anorored
June 16, 1880 (II Stat. 187), haa filed in the Unit,
ed Btste Land Office st Carson City, Nevsds, List
No. 128 of lsnds aelscted under said Act, ana nas
anolled for a patent for aaid lands; that a part of
said list is open to the public for inspection, sad s
body tnereof. by descriptive sub-divisions, haa
been posted in s convenient place in said United
Btstes Land Onus for the inspection of su peraona
lntereated and the public generally.
Within the next aixty days following the dste of
this notice protests or contests sgsinst tb. claim of
said State of Nevada to any tract or tub-division
described in the Hat. oa the ground that the ssms
Is mors valuable for mln.nl than agricultural pur
pose, will be reoelved sod noted by the Begister
end Beeeiver of the United States Land ;omoe st
Carson City, Nevsds. for report to the Oenersl
Land Office at Washington, D. 0.
The following are the eubtdlvieion described, to
LotlofN.W. 1 See. 19, T. IS. B.6S B. M.
D. B. M. 87.78 acres.
Stat Land Bagteter of the State of Nevada.
tret Inaertl.ia Dated Feb. 9, 1W9.
Chop -:- House
On Main Street
Is the Best place to call when yon want the
Best meal to be had in Fioohe,
Meal Tickets 3 For 8I.OO
The Bakery has also Fresh Bread,
Pies and Cakes Every Day.
THB UNDIBSIONXD BBrPBOTULLT AN.
aounce to the people of Ploehe and Lincoln
eounty that their New Drug Store , on Main .tre.lt
two doora nortn or tne uouee mercantile more
lenow open with a new stock
HMR AND TOOTH BRUSHES
Milford and DeLamar
Via iMoche ;uil Panaoi,
i Lijii- 3 . 'ait t u tvtrt for a nio
iu tiie case Jf toe Nevada ULuing Co. tcrdeii or two lor the kitchen.
The Philadelphia Becord telle of a Ml! reel En
glneOT named Wm. Blue, who wm su.'.er - f a )
iooaaotivo No. 1. One of the flue In the boll i of
his pet ngln blew ant an 1 he waa .tall i itlo ik
ing the main line. Hie report to the division au
rerlntendent waa unwittingly a. follow.: "Oiltie
two blew out a flue; what'll I djf Bt'l Blu " 1"
twenty minutee Bill got but ana. ! -Hi 1 Bl i. '
Ton plug your flu.lnenjW teo t pill nr tor
In time to get out of the way o t u.iwo.
OAF, SrOXSBS. IT0 BTO.
A LABOB TABIXTY OF...
Notions and Fancy Articles.
PbyelclanU Pr rtotloa esrsfullv eoav
pounded, day or night, and orders from abroad
filled with care and diepatd iy compUnl drus-
Dr. J. Di Campbell,
Chemical and M icrcc( ir Fiamin 1i
Call a framSljr !.. 'ajr r Ktstlit.
Ft. lCo 8 leave
every .Uy trxcej-t
the Milford train.
Pioche Office at
I J K'iCN. P.ii i.tor.
M. and 1'iuehe
A. Denton, Agent.
nawipaper devoted tu the bet lateral,
, Wmtere dupe, and pmrtieularly to the d."
rufiit of th. Internioaat.ia oountry.
ulvertUiaa purpo... iBMaparsbly '
" i papw bstWMaSaa Fraaelee sad D
lly, 3S Mux par y.ar, SIS-O
t ly. It pp. ft f...
Jf-oxlj, ela aaaath., 1
iv t-afcly. three moathia,
...rfc THK TE1BUNB,
I alt L.aa Cm. At.
TOWTT-irnrra rtAt. g faJaJ
24 Page i Verily i QustraiaxL
TO MINING MEN.
$3 PER YEAR. POSTPAID,
euro poa samtui ooit.
OTNG Sdcntlflc PRESS
Pioche Weekly Record
RECORD PUBLISHING COMP'Y.
The Ricobd rpresentB the interetti of ft wt Metios
of rich ruineral country, toon to
be opened up by line of
S ubscrib i for it and Send it to Your Friend.
is one of the most complete
in the State.
Racrf Polishing Co.,
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