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FORMERLY THE PIOCIIE WEEKLY RFYVRP.
VOL. UV
PIOCHE, NEVADA. FRIDAY. JANUAKY 1JIO-J.
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Recoed.
SI AIL INtWb II LMS.
Notes of Interest Taken From Our Exchange.
In 1903 Nevada produced $3,556
227 in gold and 2.376,000 in silver.
Washoe lake ii frozen from shore
to ibore, the ice being five inches
in thickness.
About 350 tnen end 450 horses are
employed at the big canal ner
Wadswortb. '
v
The Southern Pacifio Compart r
has a 90-inile an hour roadbed cow
all the
Beno.
way between Ogden and
It is reported that 60 train crews
and 750 shop men will make tbeir
homes in East Reno, and that the
monthly payroll will be not less
than $100,000. J
There are 126 delinquents on the
Nye County tax list, and their in
debtedness amounts, to $2360.
Nearly all the delinquent property
is located at Tonopah.
It is stated that the bank of Reno
pay a license of but $12 per month
and, according to the,Caraon News
they should pay 200 'eaoh'.The
Sheriff of Washoe County is about to
enforce the law.
Ben James, an Indian well known to
all residents of Carson Valley, will
at the next meeting of the District
Court of Douglas county, apply for
citizenship papers. Ben is a ha)f
breed Washoe and lately has been
denied the right to take up land un
der Indain alliment law, the reason
being that his father was a white
mm and he, therefore, is a oitiien
before the law. The question will
be an interesting oue for the Court
to deoide.
Company Is Satlfied.
George S. Nixon, of Winnemucca
was in Reno last night. He had jant
returned from Carson, were be at
tended the meeting of the board of
assessors " ihe rating of the board
on the Southern Paoific was very
satsfactory," said Mr. Nixon. "By
raising toe rate the valuation aud
lowering the cost totheompany
is practically the same." Reno
Journal, January 14.
CADET WANTED FOR
REVENUE SERVICE
The United Civil Service Commis
sion announces that on February 25,
26 and 27, an examination will be
held in Reno for the position of
cadet in the revenue-outter service.
The Commission desires to seoure a
large number of applicants for this
examination and it will supply
any interested party with particular.
This examation offers an exoellent
opportunity for young men to enter
very desirable branch of the service
It pay is $500 per year and one
ration per day. At the end of three
years the President may commission
the cadet as lieutenant.
State Board of Assessors.
The State Board of Assessors
Computed its labors yesterday even
ing and adjourned. The principal
matter of business before the body
was the assessment of railroads in
the state. . After considerable dis
cussion the following plan i
agreed upon:
Southern Pacifio main line, $15,-
000 to $15,500, side tracks, $5000 to
$5200; Virginia k Truckee, mainline
$8000 to $8500, side traok $2500; N-
C.O, main line, $2700: side traok $1
000: C. and C. main line, $2800:
side tracks, $1250: Nevada Centeral
main line, $1350; side traok. $700;
E, and P.. main line $1600; side
track .$1000: San Pedro, $4500.
It was agreed upon to assess cattle
at 17: sheen $2.50; bucks $5: beef
eattle $25.
All the live stock to be assessed
a tlm various officials deem best
Tlie same plan was adopted regard
ing railroads not stipulated above
Gazette.
The Carson Appeal shvs the railroads
were assessed as follows:
Centeral Paoific railroad, mninlin
$15,500 per mile: side traoka, $5,200
Virginia and Truckee railroain main
tin i -iSf): aide tracks. 12.500, C
k C. R. R. main tracks $2,800; sid
t ': l,00rt Uureln'aal Pii
rail... vl niHiii trmk ll,!U0: Nev.id
THE COURT DECIDED.
V,
Eight. Hour Law it Constitutional
The Supreme Court of Nevada has
banded down a decision in the
eight-hour law, sustaining its legal
ity. The opinion is written separ
ately by the three judges of the
eflurt. Judge Talbot and Judge
Fitzgerald sustained the law, while
Judge Belknap dissents. The law
was passed during the session of the
legislature
It provides that it shall be unlawful
for any party, company or corpora
tion to work men in mines, wills or
smelters for a period of more than
eight hours in twenty-four. The law
was attempted at the legislature of
the session before, but was beaten
by a few votes. At the last session
it passed almost unanimously.
Shortly after its passage an arrest
was made in uold Hill, the object
being to test the constitutionality of
theaw. In the lower courts the
law was declared unconstitutional,
and was immediately appealed to the
Supreme Court of the State. The
decision has been in the hands of the
udges for over four months, and its
final deoision meets the approval of
the unions of the State, who appeal
ed from the decision of the lower
court.
Attorneys on the other side state
that the law will now go to the Su
preme Court of the United State.
Tbey intend to push the issue to the
final judgment.
Gathering: Exhibits.
C. E. Watson, assistant to World.s
Fair Corumisioner Yerington, was
n Elko Wednesday to confer with
mr citizeus in regeurl to the St
Louis Exposition. During the day
he sjw many of the buisness meu and
found that tbey already decided to
send many produot of the country
for display. The finest display will
probably be that of G. S. Garoia,
w ho has been granted euou-r lit sp ice
to have a workshop right in thebuld
ing, ana wilt aunutacture an Kiua
of fine leather goods and silver-
mounted bits and spurs on the spot.
A. W. Hesson k Co will exhibit a
sample of Elko county hay, some
wool grain and potatoes.
The W. T. Smith Co. will send a
fine display some native marble from
his quarry in the Ruby mountain.
Assessor Eggers has some beauti
ful specimens of Lime Mountaiuore
which will undoubtedly cause many
inquiries to be made about this
locality.
Mr. Scheuman will send a display
of copper ore from Bullion, where
ha now at work opening up some
good property.
Any additional specimens will be
gadly received and taken care of by
the commissioner and his assistants.
Shipping tags have been left at both
Elko newspapers' offices, and the
Commercial Hotel, and can be had
for the asking.
Commissioner Yerington did not
top in Elko, as expected but went
throught to St. Louis on the flyer.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The analysis of water throughout
the State has far some time back
engaged the attention of the Depart
ment oT Chemistry. As a conse
quence, the analysis of soil samples,
which was first delay by fire and
than by lack of prorer facilities for
their analysis, has been compelled
to suffer neglect, because of the al
most exclusive attention ot the
Department to the current work that
was sent into the laboratory. It is
desired now to complete the annly
sis of the soil samples at the vt-ry
earliest opportunity and, therefore,
we take this method of giving
notice to the friends in the State
that for a few months they will con
fer a favor by not sendiugany srnnple
for .nalysis, unless it be in the case j
of an epidemic of disease in some
portions of the State,
Yours respectfully,
(Signed) J. IS. Stubbs.
The l'"u:i.a!i stage ootnpaii' has
raised toe (w to $10 for single
i. o. o r.
MOOES LODOF 0. .
MEETS EVKKY TCBDAT ATT:
o'oloai la thair halloa Male atrt.
Vmiinn Brother., cordially in
lt.d In attaod.
i J. D. Campbell. If. e.
A. A. Carman. Sairatmry,
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PIOCHE LODOK MO. II.
TBI REOULAB MEBT1NOM (
9 loch Loda No.l.A.O.U.W.,are
-.a S 1.14 la Odd rUow't Hall oo
'itdosadav Tn1nKof each week al
1 :80 o'olook "harp. VlaltlDR broiher
r cordiallj lotti1 toattoud.
S. 4. r o M w.
Wtl..pampbll, Uonrdr.
HANS OLSEtTS
SA.L003XT
Cs one of the
Finest Places
In Callonte.
If you wish
anything in the
way of v -
WlneB,
JiiQL"u ora,
aiacS. Olgars.
CALIENTE NEVADA.
H. W. UNDERHILL
CALIENTE - NEV.
Fine
Wines.
Liquors,
and Cigars.
assx mx
111 Wmm to
Call Once and You will be
sure and return.
In Coectionisa first
class Restaurant,
MEAT MARKET.
CHAS. CULVER WELL, JR.
VROPRIETOR.
CaCtetit, - Nevada.
(Opposite Posteffice.)
f5T Wholesale k Hetuil
ZDEJA.I-.TIJJR. I2ST
Fresh Fruits,
Fresh Fish,
Fresh Oysters Received
every Friday.
Woo Tom's
RESTAURANT
AND
Chop : Louie
On Main -treer
la th Bent plaoa to call w hen you aoi nip
Rtt meal to b ha-i i Piooha
Meal Ticxets 3 For 8I.0C
The Bakery has also Freth bu.
S W. J. CAnPBELLX
l All work done in thef
S Highest Style of the Y
C Art.
(3.MAIN ST., OPP. S
C MEADOW VALLEI S
Caliente Drug Store
JOHN SHIER.
Fine Toilet
VThe Latest Perftunes
G-The Latest Novelties in Writing Paper.
3t The Choicest of Candies. jSC
Also a fine line of Cigars both, fore ig:
and domestic.
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Descriptions
CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
DAY AND N1UHT.
oLiiEJisrrEi,
CULVERWELL HOTEL
Calionto, ... Nevada.
Best of Accommodations
Fir f1 Class Beds and good Rooms.
Special Attention Is given the Kitchen and
Dining Room, and the Best the Market
Affords Will be served.
Hot Sanitarium and Baths in Connection with the Hotel,
Water 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
Livery and Feed Stable
TTEI.Ii STOCKED "WITH
(loraes Boarded by the Day, Week and Houth.
Blacksmith Shop
Where you can get all kin do of
Blaclrmlthing done at
Keasonable Prices.
CHAS. CULVERWELL.
HENRY WELLAND
Wholesale and Retail
i GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Groceries and Provisions,
Glassware and Crockery
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A Complete Line of Miners Supplies alwav3 on
hand.
BOOTS
AND
m
MAIN ST OPP MEADOW VALLKY" STREET
Pioche, - - - ITovadcu
HANG CHUNG
RES i AURA NT.
is- !tMEHI.y RUW BT
CHXStA DICK.
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(MM STREET OFF FjACOlUi.)
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Market
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Cakes
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PROPRIETOR.
PROPRIETOR
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Main
Card
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Two ladibS bicvi;). for
A. OlarLI
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Pioche and
Stage
Via Calicntcs
' J . V:NTON Proprietor.
'lagi'n leave De Lamar at 7 A. M. every day
Leave Panaca at 11 A. M. and Pioche at 8:00 A. M
every day, connecting with the S L, L A & S L
Hiiilr md at CalienteB.
Pioche Office at Thompson' Store. "
A. H. Thompson, Agent. ,
Prescription
Delamar,
FRESH NEW
Prescriptions
I'arnfully eonponodtd' at all
hoar of the) day or night.
JOHN SHIER, Proprietor.
THE
Lincoln County Record.
BY
cCORD PUBLISHING COMP'Y.
C. VV. GARRISON. LEASEE.
I Kkookd represents tbe interents of a vast section 1
of rich mineral country, now being ,
opened up by a line of
railroad
Our
Job Department
PEINTS
LETTERS HEADS,
BILL HEADS,
STATEMENTS,
PROGRAMMES,
SHIPPING TAGS,
; RECEIPTS,
ENVELOPES
DISTRICT & JUSTICE COURT BLANKS.
ubs?ribfv it and Send it t - Your Friends.
I(AMOi
1HB MARLIN RIFLE, Model isga, ealibre, is
the best rifle made for the farmer, combining the rood
points' of the old muzile-loadint; squirrel rifle with the
convenience end rapid fire of the) moat improved repeater.
It ie eo constraeted that the tame rile usee th following
caitridree: .$ short and Jonf rim fire, .3 short and long
center fire, and ie the only repeater made using rim fire ear
tridgee larger than the .is calibre. The short cartridges
are just the thing for small game while the long onee kill
hoge and beef handily. On the firat 1000 cartridges used
you have eavad the jo at of a Mar lin.
The Martin Hand Book for shooters explains why thie ie
eo and telle how to care for. and how te use. lira arm a Thia
valuable book free if you will
THE MARLIN
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DeLamar
Line.
and Panaca.
Drug Store
Nevada.
DRUGS
PATENT MEDICINES.
Toilet Articles
And BuDdrim
Description
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700.
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Pits and Garss Evary u.
inquire Ujuoku fioe

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