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VOL. XLVIV. PIOCHE, NKVADA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, ISH9, NO.S7. The Pioch WEEKI E N 6 Veld 3 E xhibit ? i dto their ownen- when siapp-d 10 runs i row at-vuila, tut) specnueus will 1 suit packed in box aa secure as band and lock can make them. Th 8e who Hsnint by loininj specimprs will, in every instance, be given a bnd for their safe return at the close of the Exposition It would be difficult to conceive of fairer proposal than this. The State can lose nothing, the exhibitor can lose nothing; and State and in dividual exhibitor will profit by the enterprise. No person who has the interest of the mineral development ut heart should hold back. Everv man should do his part according to his ability. An exhibit such as Nev ada can make if her citizens will but lend a hand would be of the greatest benefit. It baa been said that yon can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. The United States Com mission has placed this opportunity squarely under the nose of those in interested in mineral development in this State, and it rests with them to profit by it or leave it alone. The State cannot afford to permit its be ing left alone. Enterprise. By in Act of the Nineteenth Ses sion of the Nevada Legislature, the Governor was empowered to ap point a Bo trd of thrue Comroiftxion ers to represent the Stat at the Paris Exposition, to be held at Paris France, A. D. 1900. No appropri ation was made enabling theUommis sioiiera to collect and mtinUin a mineral exhibit, and there was grave apprehensions as to the possibilities of the State beiog represented at all. This apprehension has been remov ed by the timely action of the U. S. Commissioners, who propose to maintain the Nevada Exhibit without cost to the State, accepting the ex hibit at Carson. It is the desire of the State Com missioners that the citizens should tend all the aid in their power in submitting minerals from all sections of the Stite. The samples should not be balky, space for exhibiting bung limited. A boud for the care an 1 return of ah minerals with a valuation placed thereon will be given each exhibitor, The collec tive minerals of mines in operation, unless otherwise stated, will, at the close of the Exposition, be donated to the Government for a permanent exhibit in the Smithsonian Institute at Washington, D. C. Strong cases with locks, and care fully guarded, will insure the safety of all valuable minerals, so there should be no hesitancy on the part of the exhibitor to help the Cooimis ion in showing to the world the true value and wonderful mineral resources of Nevada. The Commission has been advised by a representative of the Govern ment of the plan of classification of the minerals, and it will be eveu superior to that of the Columbia Exposition. The following instruc tions should accompany each exhioit: LIST or NEVADA MINERALS, AS CLASSIFIED' 1. Metalic ores of every kind. Na tive metals. i. Ornamental stones, hard stones or building stones, rough hewn or polished ( not over six inches square). Bocks which produce lime or cement. Grindstones, whetstones, pumice stone, polishing Bubstances. Clays, kaoline, flints and other substances used in the manufacture of earthenware. Refractory rocks and fire clays. Beauxit. Flour-spar, asbestos, graphite, plumbago. Slates. Soda crude and manu factured. Bock salt: salt from all springs, saltpeter and nitrates, sulphates, alums, other natural salts. Bono acid and borax. Raw sulphur aud pyrites. Natural mineral plants. Mica. Natural mineral fertilizers (phosphates, coprolites, etc.) Mineral fuel: coal. PARIS exP03ITIOH 1933 , Nevaoa Mineral Exhibit No Value .. dunotwofow with the Dreyfus Guilty RINGING WITH EXE CRATIONS. PRESS CF THE WORLD UN TE IN iENLUN.ING VErtDICT. The Kline Journal says; "The last err of the unfortunate man, "I am innocent" was not addressed to men but t reasonless beings." The German Governmental organ the Nord Deutaches Aelegemeine Zeitung, has not uttered a word of comment on the iiulemeut of the Dreyfus courtmartUl. Berlin National Zeitung declares: It -is the greatest crime against mankind which has been committed since the days of the Inquisition and the burning of witches." Borsen Courrier says: "This is a crushing judgmeut on the condition of things in France. It is the moral cimitulution of the French army with additional circumstances of shame." "We believe it our duty to refrain irom criticizing tne judgment, says the Clerical Germania of Berlin. "A French court-martial has given its verdict and is responsible for it be fore God and man. Berlin Vossische Zeitung write: 'By this stain France throws the state that was so proud of its free dom and civilization back into bar bnrities and dishonors the country which has passed the sentence on an innocent man as justice." The Cologne Gazette says: "It is a cowardly verdict, in the barbarous spirit of the Middle Age. By this crime the judges have imposed line of demarkation between France and of the world, which although it will not prevent diplomatic inter' course and stay the common exchan ges of prdoucts, will, according to all the notions of right, justice, -honor tolerance and ethics Which the civi lized world bear with it in the twen tieth century, form a barrier only to be removed by time and laborious effort. The other leading journals com ment upon the verdict in similar strains. UR OFFER TO CmSUBSlRIBEW 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 can for the cominsr yenr, we will, for each cash sabscriber outside of Pioche, who pays 400 in advance, furnish fur one year the Record and any one of the following magazines and news papers i Hnseys monthly, McClurea Cosmopolitan " Frank Leslie's ', The Deliniator " The Ladies home Journal " St. Louis Republic Semi-Weekly, San Francisco Bulletin, Sunday, Toledo Blade, Weekly. Courier Jouraal, weekly. The Home, montnly. G lobe-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. r 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. Blob's Hostauxont. Mine...... Locality... Exhibitor. GOLD 81LVB OOP1 B l,BP Aaaay per Ion Value pr too f f $ ... It is essential that the exhibit be ready for shipment by September 30, 1899. Samples should be plainly ad dressed to Paris Commissioners, Carson, Nevada. Any communications will be cheer fully and promptly answered by any one of the commissioners. J. A. Yebinqton Carson, Nevada. H. B.Maxon, - Beno, Nevada. W. J. DooLir, DeLamar, Nevada. NEVADA'S OPPORTUNITY. A Chance to Show Our Mineral Wealth. The letter from the Nevada State Board of Paris Exposition Commis sioners, setting forth that the U. S CommBssioners will maintain a Nev ada mineral exhibit at the Exposi tion, ia the rest newa for Nevada that baa been received for some The Military Court at Rennes ad judged Dreyfus guilty on forged documents, and sentenced him to ten years servitude. It is one of the greatest crimes ever perpetrated by How a Military Court or any other, and by it France has lowered herself in the eyes of the world, and it will take years to even erase a portion of it. So great is the indignation over he entire world, that it is claimed he attendance at the Paris Exposi. tion from foreign visitors will fall off at least 50 0. Following are the comments of the leading papers of many nations on this great crime. London, Sept. 11. With the ex ception of the Jesuit organ in Borne and the anti-Semite papers, the press of the whole world is ringing with execration. Even the Russian press joins in tne cuorus, aitnougu per hups the Jews are nownere more huted than in Russia. The judges are exery where described as crimin als and gloomy speculations are m dulled in as what future is in store for France The German press is especially in dignant, the National Zeitung re marking that 'Even the worst enemy of France could not have wished what has happened." Papers of ail nationalities fall in idea of boycotting the ex hibition. The Daily Telegraph says: "This infamous judgment disgraces France dishonors her army, insults the Kai ser and offends the best principals of humanity. There seems nothing left for France but a revolution and a war will reduce her to a level with Spain." The Standard says: "We are watching by the sick bed of a great nation, none knowing what new and deadly form the malady may as sume." The Times observes: "We do not hesitate to pronounce it the greatest and most appaling prostitution of justice the world has witnessed in modern times. All the outrageous scandals which marked the course of the trial pale into insignificance be sides the crowning scandal of the verdict." The Daily Mail says: "The Ren nes ia France's moral Sedan." The Daily Graphic Bays: "The Rennes verdict will live forever as the supreme effort of humane wrong headedness. The Daily Chronicle says that Mercier issues from the case one of the blackest scoundrels in hiS' tory." The Daily News remarks: "It is no longer Dreyfus, but France her elf, that is on trial The Morning Post declares that MINING FAILURES. Tenderfeet Start to . Mine. Develop a L o. o. r. PIOCHE LODfii jo. w. KBITS CVVRY rOHO, ATT: t'eltet Id thr ha'loaftfetr atrn Vtattlsft bmtbtr ,. rWll) .. tel to atteki. J. ho Ewr 6 D. Prewltt. aerrettry. A. O. V. W. pioche loimh: no. m. v'.M, VHS REOC1.4K MKITtMM l "V", Ptooh Led N.M, A.O. P. W.,v V ld la O'lil Knllow'e Hall "f1 ? "adneedae titia of each week o'olnek !. (.. Vlmttuu r.; a r ' 0 ere eordielly tsvued toatteud. J no. D woHca, M W ' Obu Oerrleoa, Keeorrler. CJtr3aae)eea9a)Btiaai 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. PROrZSSIOSAL (UED3. On a. Bawjer. fto. O. Bewyae Sawyer & Sawyer Mtorne s at-law OrBee la l.vaeh'e llMk, USE fflffl SEM6 M AT THE RECORD OFFICE. Always ready for any kind of work. The best all around Machine on the market THE OLD RELIABLE. For aale on monthly payments, or cheap for eaaa. a. O. Iw Notary f ablle. PIOCHE NB'ADA. I : FarofthM tha BK3T BOARD to b U4 ia towo A private dining room, with en traaaa fraoi II mb St, kaa just addad tut tha oooveaianoa of Indira and ottrar guerta . MAIN St. 1 DeLAMAR, NEV Oregon vShort' y':r Line time. It meant that Nevada ia to have tha oDDortunitv. free of coat to the "mitigation of the sentence will the State, to ahow to the world, be interpreted all over the world aa through the medium of the Paris Exposition, something of her won derful mineral resources. The State commission solioits the contribution of specimens for exhibU tion purposes. After the exhibition over, the specimens will be return- evidence that the judges who con demned Dreyfus really believed him innocent. German Press on Rennes Court. The liberal press o! Germany ith out a tingle exception condemns the judgment The Western States, Nevada in cluded, have been in the field for innumerable mining failures, prin cipally from the fact that a lot of teuderfeet from the green strips of the great East have planted their ex perience and mouey in good mines with no idea of how to manage the affairs. Not long ago a crowd of Eastern men flocked to the country south of here. They arrived with plaid vesta, soft hauds, good intentions and a few prayer books. The first thing done was the pur chase of supplies. They bought condensed milk for a camp that is iufested with cows. They loaded their rigs down with good things to eut, and when they reached the mine not a pick, shovel, powder or candles was to be found in the supplies. After waiting for a few days two experienced miners were procured operate a mine that was to pay dividends to some twenty stockhold ers and directors that arrived from the green fields East of the Missouri. The miners worked under the di rections of a superintendent appoint ed from a dry goods store, and un der his command ran a tunnel into the hill to tap the shaft. When the tuunel was fiuishtd it tapped the shaft fortv feet below the bottom. The shaft was sunk on the ledge in pay ore, while tne tunnel neitner cut the ledge or helped matters out in cheapening the handling of the ore. Aloug with these gentlemen came a number of bibles. They were care fully perused and at the company's boarding house, grace was said three times a day, while at night the com. pany in general proceeded to fill up on bad Nevada moonshine whiskey The bibles and the whiskey did not mix well and consequently the mine is closed down indefinitely, and the company is returning to its various homes as fast as money from home arrives. These are not mere fancies but are realities, and it is what terminates in mining failures, and every such failure gives the seotion a black eye. The country is full of such examples as there is not a county in the State that can't point to some monuoien tal greenhorn failure, all caused by a lot of inexperiences young men endeavoring to run a business they don't know a thin? about. There are many good mines ruined by such bad management Carson Appeal. . . D'EEOT LOTS T SALT LAKE. -Local Tim Card In Effect lundBy March 19th 1809 T. J. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Pu llc. Office In MASONIC HALL. PIOCHE F. R. McNAMEE, A.ttorney mx.rt Oouaajollor .t 'Tjaw, Dll.AMAR, SJtVAaA, Imn Bom STAiiosa South Bocso Lmv TiKP.M. Vrthco 7:30 A.M. Arrlva Ids . a. Mtlford t.3u P. M. 1 :Oe A. M. Oula 1 :0O A. M. 6:10 A. M. Juab :IO P. M. 4:40 A.M. Nnphi : P. M. 1:1)0 A.M. Proro 7:10 P.M. Arrlva :S A.M. Salt Lake 1:30 P. M. T.enTa laava 145 A.M. Suit Lake 3:05PM. Arrive Arrive 10 :50A.M. Ofrlrn 1:05 P.M. Leave Trelna sooth of Jnab do art run Sundaya. Tonriet ileepora on all tralna between Milfnnl and Salt Like. In Dibvct una to all roiirra. Tne only Una to Partite Nortaweat, Montana and all eastern points. For partlculara wrl'e, D B. Burlny, GI.PiT A. Rait Lake City. S. U. Dye, Agent, Mllford. Ctab . UTAH & PACIFIC. Railroad Co. Time Card No.3. H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary Public. Office in the County Aaaeeaor 'a room at th Court honiir. A. S. Thompson, Pioche, Nev. For A uything in the way of , mggBk. GROCERIES And : General : Household: Gfcboda, Call and see UsMaw We hare opened up with a general stock of general merchan dise including General Hardware. Goods deurered free to any part of town. As heretofore we will coiiiiavio ha . her HAY, GRAIN, & FLCl'l And a foil stock of the Best Wines - Liquors - and - Cigars. "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Main Street Is the Beat placa to oall when you want the Beat meal to be had in Piooho. Meal Tickets 3 For 8I.OO The Bakery has also Fresh BREAD. PiF8 and Cakes Every Da Pliilford and DeLamar Stage Line Via Pioche and Panaca. DENTON and PERRY, Proprietors. at 1 P. M. every day 181)9 MOWTtt ITtUnn elTeot : BOUTS No 2. iulyMlb. 189 i Nu , ; 12 M. Mountain Time. ' arrive Daily : ai.BaaaaaaaaBaa Ueav. Dally f7 I Stations. I Sunday ' ' Monday. P.M. .. M. t:10 Mllford 8:30 S:10 Upton i:iO fThirnio 8:10 t:3t Nada 435 Latimer 9:36 4:17 Sulphur Well 9:47 4A0IT.1 (Ar. 0:00 341 Ar. I Lund 1 Lv. 10:15 3317 Oovnna 1U:3B 31 Sahara 10:40 3:04 Beryl ' 10:67 1:M Bacalante 11:17 1:3 Lv.l ' (Ar. 11:30 S 35 AT. Modena (Lv. 11:60 arJO Searl 11:85 1:00 - Cvada 13:13 Lrave Dally Arrive Dally. Except Sondaya. ExoeptMondaya. Teams loaded with Monday. gram cama in PIOGH& Drug Store. 'HK UNDKRSCONKD- KEHHEOTtlLLT AS 1 nouuee to the people of Ploeue and Llaeola eonn'y that their New Drug Store , on Main etneM twodoora north or the Oodbe Merr-eMll Stnta i. now open with a new .: OhemiOfls. Modioluea Toilet n rticles, PSRPUMBRV. HAlK AND lOOi'l BKUSHtS SOAP. P N1K . rw BTO. Mllfcud, Lund and Uvada are telrgnph atationa. at the other atop, are made only on Ignale. South bonad train, have right of track. Jos. A. West, Chief Engr. nf. ADVERTISEMENT. Money to patent good idea'- may be e- eured by our aid, addrew THK PATENT RECORD. Baltimore. Md. KHUY AKiV.rV iK. AOKTSS WANTtD:-fOB "TBB Lift AND Afhtevemente ot Admiral Dewey," the world'a greelHit naval hero Bj Mnrat Htll.'d, the life lone: friend and adetirnr of the nation'. Idol. Bl. ( . and bMtbook; over paxea 8x10 inrhMi; nearlT iMnaaaa halftone illotrt.tona. only $1.40 Snormoua demaad. But eommlaitione. Ontrtt free uauon of a lifetime. Writ, qnlok The Domln on Gnipany. grd floor Caxtoa Blda.. Chicao. IVlTMIrr SCIENTIFIC lumiiiu nticcc TsiBTT-irnrrB rtk. 1 lJCOCr ,M Pafu t Vcakly i DuatraW. INDISPENSABLE -TO MINING MEN. J3 PER YEAR, POST? ASX , . f ara aa bampu oravr. FINING - Sdaitiflc PRESS Notions no f ncv Articles. Phyateian'a fr.wrtutlaaa oarefullv ) poundftd, dAjr -jr itlght. and rdra from aaroad filled !th rare and lim .' iiy cnnipotat rn mat. ' Dr. J. O. Campbell, 1-t.opKiPnm. C.'.iii'i'al ' VticriK''f)ii Eumi I of ITrio. .iKr". egaMBWaTahawaaaWaaaaaKa3B 1 H K SALT LAKE TRIBUNL . Bewapapec devotee to the beat latere. Weateru .tune and eartleularly a the d onient th 1 n rtnoatala oaaaevy. Knr edTrtaiu( earaaae. laaoasaatahly - at ataar hatweeasaa PraaeMaa aa4 Pee " ally, .tea laaewe ar yaaa. M.fl Werkly. lSaf Meaai.. aawfv... eV' aweki. eta aaaaMha. 1 WraeUy, taraa aaeaeha. aaat LaBa On. inaiMIIIPIii'iWI 11 Ill Stages leave DeLamar cept Saturday. Leave Panaca at 9 A. 11 every day except Sunday, end of the track. DeLamar Office at Post Office. Pioche Office at Thompson's Store. A. S. Thompson, Agent. and Pioehe at 6 A. M. connecting closely with THE Pioche Weekly Record Newspaper. BY RECORD PUBLISHING QOMP Y. The Rxcord represents the interests of a vast seetien of rich mineral country, soon te be opened vp by a line of railroad. Subscribe for it and Send it to Your Friend. C Our Job Department is one of the most completa in the State. iecerd MUsMsi Co PlOOHl, Nv. a.