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x VOL. XLVIV. riDbJtt j tut mujiii. nrin 1 m i a PRESIDENT SNOWS PARTY REACES ST. GEORGE. Only Twenty-six Hours Required For Trip From Salt Lake -Escort Fir Vis itorsConference To-day. St. George, May 16. After a drivi of about 03 miles, President Loei zo Snow and party reached St. Geor-jt-tonight, covering the distanct from Salt Lake in just twenty-six hour including stops, and establishing h record for the Modeua route. Upon reaching Milford early this mornirjg the party was raeby Pres. David H. Cannon, Pres. Ernttus Ti. Snow and Bwhop James Andrus of St. George and Chief Eng'r Jos. A. West of the tytah & Pacific, who escorted theiu over to Modena, where conveyances were in- waiting. The drive continued all day, with but one stop of an hour for dinner at Canfield's. The day was fiue, the weather warm, and nothing except possibly, the dust marred the per fect enjoyment of the party. . A special conference begins to morrow, and the town will be thronged with visitors from other settlements of the stake. All mem bers of the party are being enter tained tonight by the stake presi dency and bishopric Herald. WORK AT M002NA. Utah & Pacific Bu Iding a Permanent Terminus. The TJ'ah & Pao'fio is getting its MoJena Stat on in prett go d sh ipe that being the present termiuus This place is one and a half mile south of Desert Springs and about tha game distance from Clark's spring, the two springs being a half mile apart. At the station h Y h m been put in, a arge plutform built, and a depot is being erected iu tlie center of this. Already JIo l uu has become t shipping point south ward via Eut-rprise, Hill's ranch, usually called Mountain Meudows etc., a distance of about sixty miles to St George, but by a uhw roid now being gr id d, this ilmt incv is t' be " shortened about ten miles The truoi hureielied beyond Mo dena some thrau or four miles, or witliiu about five miles of the St tte line. Ddsart Sria.r hu baeu a proui nentliudmiri au 1 station fur freigh ters for mny ye ir. A sumll spring was early develop id there iu tlin m juth of th'j o niyoa, au 1 ir t nd it Wis ud ldil quite i i amy of cornig, a house with savtnl win i f en tsrtaiuiug travelers, a id r sid.'iict of owner, a large burn and a wind mill aud t ini. Op tu j o iny .i .-) .u two or three miles a riuch w 14 fonu ed in, enclosing a q urtor s icci i of meadow land with the creek ru-.uiu through the ceuter and along whiua are several large springs. Xuu a gregute flaw of this wnter is tara'a. but it all siuKS within a short, dis tance. This ranuh uul stauou for merly belonged to the lute Jouh C. Lynch, and has recnuilj boeu pur chased by the Modena Water com pany, and is to be at once improve i as far as making a good water str vice for the station, its prospectiv town and for the railroad. Four miles Of three-inch piping will soon arrive and be trenched from those upper springs to the station th-re b-iig abo-it 500 feet of fall, this line i& be emp'e for all demands f i ye trs to couje. The line for the pip has been surveyed and staked, ami the line will soon be in operation. Modena has besides the railway and express business, a saloon, res taurant, lodging-tent, etc, and ia loon to have forwarding houses, a branch of the Consolidated Imple ment company, etc. The J. A. Den ton stage lines leave every day for Panaca aud Pioche with two or four horse coaches, while a smaller line runs via Stateline to Pioche, the din tance being some fifty miles by each route. At Panaca connection is made daily with the Pun aid & D. Lamar line, fifty miles between the two points. Tribune. The rep rt that the Ot ill & Pacific had turned off their meu au 1 quit seems to bare bjeu pram aura. Tuesday we were iuforiued ty a ui i who saw it, that there were 40 m at wor, tuey Ii 1 1 ubjut four leut.ni of rai a t l..y. . H j said the gr liuj to MoGuu ,v s ti lisUdd Ttu-H I t.v, al so, that there would be so. no uliv, M the tied ut .Uiifurd wi r no jjoo I and they would uot use them, coast queutly would hive to wait until W r could oe brought down. " ' "Exp t iu tn , vUo m to a aa I o 'Ov . R iaf ,rwiui.U oil uul .aaoh at ' tialtor. SILVER IN SHEETS. 'henomenal Strike Vade in the Red Chief Mine. Bl Rock, Colo., May 10. Th camp im wild with excitement causd hy a phenomenal rich ore in the IM Chief mine. Iu sinkiug a winze b -ow the Lasil company tunnel levt-i they have come into a ue.v streak oj re from four to six iuches wide winch is nearly clear metal, along side of t is a streai of from twelve to eigh teen inches wide of rich black and red copiier of oxides mixed with copper glance, through which there are boim stieeia of native silver, thi like of which there bu not bi ' since the days of tlm famous l-ortai.z ". tLe Mollie Gibson mine. Them u ij,'emeut has tried to keep the mat ter quiet, but it has leaked out ii. spite of all precautions through the aimers. Prices of adjoining claims and prospects were immediately raised, and, in fact, are now much higher then men with c ipital are inclined to give. The Lasal company is com posed of Utah and Colorado men and was a few days ngn reorganized through the transfer of the McBride interests for $100,000. It is said the reorganization was effected iu the interests of a Boston syudicute. The strike was made after the sale. Tribune. Rich Stateline Ore, Hon. Robert C. Lund has return ed to the city after an absence of SHveral wees in the diggings and is giving his attention to the fences re quiring it at this end of the line. Concerning the gold properties iu whien he is inter feted at M-iteii.ie, Mr. Lund says the managameut is still blocking out ores that show an average of $50 dollars per ton in gold aud that while defiuite arrange ments have not been made for the erection of a mill, the day is not far distant when they will have been. Of the prop rties owu -d by L o M i- nx and otUers of this city at Pyue' 'J'ggiug;'. the visitor says wor.. is going forward with good results au.l with every assurance that a ijroduier will come out of them. Mr. Lund s iu excellent health aud is very eu- tiiusmstio over the outloo turough- ut tlae state. Tribune. A Mountain of Copper. Prospecting is being carried on vitli great activity iu the uiouutainn buk of Uuuoa, and it is presumed that before summer is over some thing will be doue towards mining copper ore from souih of the nu mel ius s nes. Soverul of the claims are old ones, and assessment work has beeu carried on almost continu ously for many years. The German uiUo is pernios the Oldest of tL.-,e aud w is ouce prospected prttty thor- Mign'y by parties who have si ue u Jtii ioned it, aud allowed others to oouiiuue the work they Uad begun; Uecoriler Jilotz and V m. Zirn at one time owned this promising propeaty uu supped a ton of ore to D.iytou for a milling test. After paying $;i0 freight the returns were .unp'e u pay all expeusts. With a Siuoiltr ou the giouud it is thought this wi.l ma .e a profitable investment. Jerry Eav croft and Uudolf Scu tum have auoiher claim which shoAs well at the surface. Thev nroooBe opening it at ouce. W. S. Johnson U is a claim called the Captuiu Jim .vhio i is expected to develop iuto p.'eity good property. Uoumy Commissioner Fruuk Fet tiO has in his caoiuet a Orion ot solid ojpper obtuiued !rom 50 pouuds of roca taken from the Fairview claim. So, taken all together, the prospect iu Genoa at this time is very good, as it is claimed thut the whole mouu taiu back of town shows good copper prospects, aud float aud croppiugs for miles to the southward show tuut it is likely to be of peruiaueut forma tion aud uot pocaety. Garduerville iiecord. Important MiningDeal. Jos. Bray aud Otis Johnson of Aus tiu, arrived here last Friday to in spect the Morris miue aud ofier cop per aud gold propui ti. s. Uuder the guidance of Viu. Clements aud R. A. Hiepe, they h .Ve made it thor OugU exuuiuatiou of the whole camp aud have doue some exteusive sam pling. We uudersUu t thit they uave taKeu nu optnu lor GO days ou the Slur of the West group of copper clai.ns iu Wist Camp. I'Ue group consists oi uiuj claims, of which sevou are owued hy Tuos. lioo.hill, H. Dciturlie, Net. tioyd aud Tom Johusou, aud the other two by Sol. iliip aud partners. S. vera I other projjc-rues are also being negotiated tor. .kleitsrs. Bray and Johusou are suueesstui miuiug meu aud have stroug laciug. 1'uey leave today for Austm, out wid be bwi iu the ne.r Jutuie. hiua Piue Nowd. PIOCHE, NEVADA. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 185)9. TEACHER'S INSTITUTE A Low Rate Given to all Wha Wish to Go. NiVADa State DKivxaariT, Pbksidknt's Ofucx. Reno, Nev,. May 15, 1899 Tu the Traclvr of the State: The N itional Edrcatioual Association will couvene in the citv of Los An- ,'fcles ou July 11, 1899. This is the reat educational convntiou of the year. To teachers ami all others who wish to uttend this convention the Southern Pacific company offers a reduced rate, round trip of regul ir one way fare plus $2. National Edu 'iinal Assoi-iation member-ship r for the trip from Hiut mi thei, .i iu Nev i.l. ind Utah. F-rex-aaiple the fare fro u ftnuo to Los Angeles aud return will be $24.05 and from Ogden $45. Tickets at this rate will be sold on June 27th. July 3,7,8 and 9th. Continuous passage will bo required on going trip and arrival there on or before July 11, the opening day of the con vention. The date of the exmratiou of these tickets will be Sept. 4tn. The privileges in the way of stop overs will be published later. Iu addition to this, tic vets to Lo Angeles and returu form the points within the State of California will be sold from July 7 to July 11th., at a one-way Tate, plus two dollars, ar rival at Los Angeles to be not later than July 11th., aud good for return till July 31st. Any of the teachers from Nevada who desire to goto California at an earlier date could avail themselves of the privilege of the one-way rate for the round trip which the Southern Pacific company has accorded them for Nome time past on their summer vacation triptoCal. from points in Nevada aud later con tinue the journey to Los Angeles, using the rates accorded account N. E. A. within the State. The papers of the State are re quested to publish this notice for the neneht of th ir renders. Very re spectfully yours, J. E. Stdbbs. State Mmager N. E. A. Searchlight Camp. Geo. D. Bunch, formerly of Dow ney but now mining iu the Search light district, south western Nevada, in a le.ter to a friend furnishes sum. interesting information regarding the development in that section. His letter says: 'Q lite a mining town h is sprung up in the past year, which taues the uame of Searchlight. Here the principal mining develop ments have beeu made. A Boston company contracted to build an elec tric railway for transportation of ores fr iu the eamp to the Colorado rivi r, 12 mil. s distant, where the mills ar. located, and are already progressing VI'.. i the Wor... Pro 1 1 ice o is li iV developed bo Ii s of ore, vary rie i i r" assays, for gold ari l hiivf-r. Cop j) i prospect are als v ftVt r ii Cab & .S nt Laim railroad ..' vey passes w.thiu live miles of the town of Searchlight. The town ai present has about 10.) inhi. ituits, two stores, post oilier- and express !fi". an I is r -ached hy rail to Bla o a. hi i F r l oi Unhti 'i. -o - D L uu tr, Lo ! : Th. re ar w ver thirty men ai wor. on the A i i Fool group under Mr. Healey und two or three good miners a day are put on. There is a demand here for first-da8s min-rs as both compunits are putting on dl thut show up There has never b.-eu such a deui uul for a few more good miners as at present. It is said that Andrew Carnegie will retire from his great steel in dustries with $100,000,000 of first mortgage bonds of the gigantic steel trust which is absorbing his interests. He will have uo further connection with the raanag uiaut. All in all. Carnegie's career iu the United Statt s has beeu wonderful. He began a poor boy, and, by the force of his mind and his exhaustless energy, Le laid the foundation for the great for tune which is his today. That it has become as a rolling snowball during the last few years we do uot count as very much. It was the genius, the sagacity aud the energy that laid the fouudation, which are to be con sidered, aud of Audrew Carnegie it must be said that with the means at bis com maud, he has about the best showing of auy man of his genera' lion. iribuue. THE NEW FREltiUf TARIFF. The new freight tariff effective April 15th. iust. makes an average rate On Class freights, Milford the present eud of track aud Modeua (Desert Springs), of sio'cta. per Owt. au average of 30cts. per owt. or car load freights. Joe. A. Wist. Chief Engineer. N. F. i Esjuimte, April 18th.l8iW. , OUR JFFS TU CASH cOBS IBIBEW I As we need mouey to make im provements on the Record and desire to give our readers the benefit of all the reading matter we ran for the coming yew, w will, for each cash subscriber outside of Pioche, ho pays $4 00 in advance, furnish for one year the Recobd and any one of the following magazines and news papers: " Munsey's McCIure's monthly, Cosmopolitan . " Frank Leslie's , The Deliniator The Ladies home Journal " St Louis Hepu bl io Semi-Weekly, -van Fnmriscif Bulletin, Sunday, Toledo Blade Weekly. Courier Journal, weekly. Th Home, monthly. Globe-Democrat N. Y. Tribuneweekly. 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 earner for eight months and any one of the above maHMHes 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. - Diok'nC-: , Restaurant, 7" " Farniahei the BEST BOARD to i ha had ia town. ...... I A priv dining room, with M traoo from Mn St., haa juat boeu V added fur the convenience of ladie F and other gaeata. ...... MAIN St. DxLAMAB, NEV Oregon :Short Line D R OTruIITEjn 8 VLT jAKS Local Time, Card in Effect Sunday ryiarch 19th 1899 .uti Dooxd 8Ait'm Roots Bodkb t T:-0 P.M.vrri oo T:SO A. M. ArrlTi : P M. Mllforl a so P. M. l:IIOVM. 01 1:110 .M. :'0 V. II. Jab :IO " M. III! M. N-phi Iff P. M. :'IO V. W. PrnT.1 T:l , . t:U v. vi Siltr.k llO P M. LeTi .r. t in . M ltLlie 1:05 r. M. Arrive rrlml040i. V Oj Ibi i:0 i l. t. Loire Trvlua lutn at lutl do a it ran 4audjr Tuarvt ! epem on all train between Milford and Silt Like. 1 Dibct uifi ro all ronm. Ttaeonle line to Peolflo North vKt, MunUni n i H eutern prntu For purticnlera w i'e, D I. Barley, P T. A 'f h " rity O ijr, Av nt, 11' rd. ITtih UTAH & PACTIC. Railroad Co. Time CardNo. I. 1809 f V' i SXations. -i "I"p 'n day i Mon-y. M " A M. "i 3.55 Thekmo y 05 . r"Y5oo' 2.45 Lu.vn xv) 10.15 : - 1.30 , P M IDKXA MO 11.30a ti - Deui: - tiuu. i Arrive D&117 do pi j C. T ktap& . ; Bioapt rtuurtajr p,,,j .1 nlv ; M .adae Nonh .and iini luve -in 1 1 aoi. j Jos. A. West, Chief tngr nf. RiE HEEr NO i. PASSBV it a A.DEPABTKIHT Oaaadattrr Warltta, law th tollovlae HM' rm m of rare vi'l O- ia eOeet. . i. ; - - - i m , , - ;; : 8 . M. M o ., n W ! - BBTWI!I - ' J J S "I AUD J 31 ST A tO8 IBLOW B , MI FORD ttoo M.-j ) t,. ... iw ifeliol)Ti... . tfOuNA )t TV w "'.... l.TS (IA MOO- Kl .tUlo4.00'....' .illu 1 1 00 id be lull fan lie one era, rM co uncrroH4 wil.Ii ado i a-at i the aoova aaea4laweeavhej tavak jaai'a. . Jos, A. West, Gb'i o'f SECRET SOCIETIES. i. o. o. r. PIOOBB LOPOK ro. U. "nrrg avsBT tcebdat att 'oI h; le their halloa Mala nnwt a oruisaro loraiaii - , i. rv ciBhii, n. o. k r. Freudeaihal. lie. Mvy. A. O. V W. PIOOHB LODOB HO. ft. THB BEUUI.AB WKTtNOM or Plnnhe UmI a No. WI. A. O. V. W ere held in Odd rellow'a Bell on AfrlMllItt .MKin.al - k . t: o'e.ek aharp. Vlaitlna eru Bei .1.117 IMlltM. F B. rxmeao. H . W ia B. Drca. Re order. lol PIONEER TENT NO 2 K. O. T. M. Regular reviews Weeklj on Mon day at 8 p. m. Rob't Burke, Commander. W. J.Campbell, Record Keeper. FEOrESSIONAL 0AED3. eo. . Sewtr. Ooo. o. Hawyet Sawyer & Sawyer Attcrne s at-law OMm ta Lyach'a Black, B)e O. H wyer Nelsry ablla. pio:h .3. r V ADA.. T. J. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Pusllc. Office In MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE F. R. McNAMEE. attorney and OouaariJor - aat - v .-". Dtt.4MAR, VKVAQA, H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary -:- Public. JlGvp in the County Aeaeaaor'a mom at the Court-hoai. "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Main. Street t tn ' Bent plice to call when you want the-B-t nieal to be had in Pioche, Meal Tickets 3 For 95I.OO The Bakery has also Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Evety Day. rug ore. I'HS 0NDEB8iaiED BBpFIOTnLLT AM I nitnnre to the people of Ptoabr art Unmlp ouon-y-hat their vw Drna Store, oa MelaetreaB tepoduore uortu ortbe Oudee Mereautll, atm. a a"W with a ae aioek Ohomlonls, Huciloluect Toilet Articles, PBRFUMBRT. HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES OAF, SrORSBS. BTC. BTO. a LABOB VABIITT OF Notions and Fncy Articles. PkyalalMa Pvoaerlatlraa aararallv aaai ponaded, day or night, azid erdera fraai abroad tiled wltfc eara aad dlapatoa by a aoaapateal dra mat. Dr. J. D. Campbell, PBOFBIITOB. Chemieal and Microaenpie Eiaatlaatica el Urina, Cl, 'reeaitly ttm Day Mt. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE: '' 'P" aaeotad to tba aaat later., ho Weatora aleaw. aaa aarMaaUrly to tae de aaieat ol tae Id wraMmaiaia aaeairy. r..r edTenUiaa aaraxiMe laaeaaarabty r r.-e paeer katiMea Ua FiaaeAaaa aa4 Dea I "ally, 3 S laaavaa par yaeta ia.o Weakly, ala aaeth . . .."77..... 1 W.aai,. tr aeeatka. aureea. THB TfilBTJNa, Bait lass enr, Iva mm mmmm. ... i THE RECORD OFFICE. Always ready for any kind of work. The best all around Machine on the markat THE OLD RELIABLE. For sale on monthly payments, or cheap for eash. A. S. Thompson, Pioche, Nev. For Anything in the way of mttgsX. IGR0CERIE3J f And : General : Household: Goods, Cal' and see We have opened up with a general stock of general merchan- uxoc iutjuuuig ieaerai naraware. Uoods delivered free to any part of town. As heretofore we will continue to be hdq. BAY n & F10CR And a full stock of the Best Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars. ! illilford and DeLamar Stage Line Via Pioche and Panaca. J. A. DENTON. Proprietor, Stages leave DsLamar at 5 o'clock every eTeftiai except Friday , Leave Panaca at 7 A. M. and Pioehe at 10 A, U every day except Saturday, connecting closely witk tLe Milford train. 1 DeLamar Office at Clark Bros. Store. Pioche Office at Nevada Hotel, J. A. Denton, Agent. " THE Pioche Weekly Record Newspaper. BY RECORD PUBLISHING COMP'Y. JA MSSPETTEB MANACIR, Tba Rbcobb rrprssents tfat intemta of a vast scUtSi f rich minsral countrj, soob to ta opsnsd up bj a liaa ef railroad. ; Subscribe for it and Send it to Your Friend. Our Job Department ii one of the most complete in the State. Record Mllshki Co., Fiocax. Nv. NO.21.