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FORMERLY THE PIOCIIE WEEKLY RECORD.
PIOCIIE, NEVADA. FRIDAY. FEBKUAKY .1 1SMM.
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STATE NEWS ITEMS.
Notes of Interest Taken From Our Exchange.
Fraction 18 the name of a new; At a nnuriuf; of the Shorthwud
towu Bite Bt Oliughouse, WuHhoe ' tpnolier AsHocintiou in- Cincinnati.
oounty. i Ftui.1 Ireliiinl u official reporter
There nre 16 saloons in Douglas
county, while Reno and Euut Reno
The brewer is not the only man
who goes home late and finds
The Appeal says a tin mine has
been discovered near Carson City.
The tin is probably in the Bhape of
oil and tomato cans.
For the year ending December 31
1903 the amount of money order
business of the Tonopah postoffice
amounted to $160,000 and receipts
from the sale of stamps etc, $8,433
76. Tonopah Bonanza.
The turntable for the round house
at iiarriman is the largest turntable
in the United States. It is eight
feet in diameter and will turn any
engine on the Southern Pacific or
any other system.
The United States is to bring suit
against the bondmen of John Jones
to reeover the amount stolen by him
from the Carson mint and for which
he served a term in the State Prison.
A young man told his girl the
other nigtit that if she didn't marry
him he get a rope and hang himself
right in front of her house. "Please
don't do it," she said. "You know
father don't want you banging
A bill thnt has been pending in
Congress for many years was passed
this week by the Senate. By it
Nevada citizens who furnished sup
plies to volunteers under Captain
Stewart in 1860 are reimbursed.
The amount appropriated by the
bill is $50,000. The bill is intend
ed to partially repay these settlers of
the early days who gave their pro
visions and supplies that the volun
teers might go and assist the quel
ling of the uprising.
i Fred Irelmid su official reporter of
' debates iu the national Hiuse of
I Representatives, wrote with a piece
I of chalk on an ordinary blackboard
at the rut of 233 words a minute.
He probably holds the world's re-
A society has been formed in
Eugland for the suppression of bad
lauguage and fitaing words to be
substituted for oaths are being list
ed. A man who has been addicted
to the real things however, will not
pause in his angor to think of some
thiug just as good when the old re
liable sockdolegers are rig'at on the
tip of his tongue. Denver Post.
Weinstock, Lubin & Co. Sacramento.
Not only is the Spring and Sum
mer Catalogue (blue and gold cover)
the handsomest one ever issued by
Weinstock, Lubin & Co., the great
mail order house of Sacrameuto.Cal.
but it is full of great values in up-to-
date merchandise. It is free to any
address. If you haven't a copy
write for one to-day.
Weinstock, Lubin & Co., have
oijly new goods bought since the fire
A printer's devil was pierced to
With the charma of a dear little
Quoth he to the lass, "My dear, ere
Let us seal our love with a kiss
But the maiden replied, as the imp
"Dost think I'd let you revel
Where others before you have vainly
Nav: nav: I'll not kiss the devil!"
Yeaas Dassed awav. and .the sweet
Became a sorrowful old maid;
Riches she had, but then, alas!
Her beauty had all decayed.
Once ae-ain thev met. and fain the
Would recall the former issue;
But the old imp replied, as the old
maid he eyed,
"No; the devil now would'nt kiss
The Salt Lake Daily Herald is the
most readable paper in the inter-
mountain country. Every day in
week 85 cents per month. The Sun
day Herald with its magazine section
should be read by every one, $2.00
per year, $1.00 for six months.
The Semi-weekly Herald(Tuesday
aud Fridays) only fl.oii wr vear,
with Orange Judd Frme (weekly)
$1.75. Strictly jn advance.
If it happens, it's in the Herald
i. o. o r.
PIOOHH LOD." O. 38.
j.. MSETS KVSY TI'Hnil TT
'i-' 'ol'li In their hlloin ittet,
TAPjif VUittnii llruthor.i torilUllr 1a
':" U1 to itn-i.
i. D. Otrapball V. J.
A. k. CtruiM. Pwrt.ry,
PIOCBK LODOI NO (.
TUK REGULAR MKBTtNc.A .IK
f'Mi"- Moo, hoi ts.at.A.O.U. W..m
ui lieM i Odd Celliw' Rail on
K tYad!tAR(Uv svenlneoi efh week at
f - 1 :!U1 n'aluch .h.ru Vltiltlnu brother
ftr oofiUH? Invited t0tteltd.
ft. J. Dick, M. W.
W. J, (lampbfill, ReoorW.
Is one of .the
If you wiah
anything in tho
rxLcLU or a,
Caliente Drug Store
Fine Toilet Soaps.
-The Latest Perfumes rr1
Oa-The Eatest Novelties in Writing Paper.
3ST The ; Choicest of Candies. JJ
Alaa finrline of-Cigars both foreig
ossae,! nn in lommx-n m m-mst- "
DAY AND NIGHT.
OAL.IBN"TEl, - 1ST13V
H. W. UNDERHILL
CALIENTE - NEV.
Send for Seeds.
The Agricultural Department has
made arrangements to distribute
seeds this season much earlier than
last. Peasons desiring a supply of
vegetable or flower seed should send
their name to Senator Wm. M
Sewart, Washington, D 0.
FREE Send your name and ad
dress and you will receive by mail,
postpaid, 15 selocted popular song
Chicago Flavoring Co.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in this Connty and
adjoining territory for well and
favorably known House of solid
financial standing, $20.00 straight
cash salary and expenses, paid each
Monday by check direct from head
quarters. Expense money advanced;
position permanent. Address,
Manager, 510 Monon Cldg, Chicago
The analysis of water throughout
the State has far some time back
engaged the attention of the Depart
ment of 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, bas been compelled
to suffer neglect, because of the al
most exclusive attention of the
Department to the current work that
was sent into the laboratory. It is
desired now to complete the analy
sis of the soil samples at the very
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 sending any sample
for analysis, unless it be in the case
of an epidemic of disease in some
portions of the State,
(Signed) J. E. Stubbs.
Call Once and You will be
sure and return.
In Connection is a first
Best of Accommodations
Fir rl Class Beds and good Rooms.
Special Mtefion h given the Kitchen and
Dining Room, and the Best the fprket
Affords Will be served,
Pioche and DeLamar
Via Caliciitcs and Pnnaca.
. WTO W Proprietor. "
tages leave DeLamar at 7 A. M. every
Leave Panacaat 11 A. M. and Pioche at 8:00 A.
every day, connecting with the B L, L A & S
Railroad at Calientes.
Pioche Office at Thompson's Store.
A. S. Thompson, Agent.
Prescription Drug Store
FRESH KEW DRUGS
Ilot Sanitarium and Baths in Connection with the Hotel,
Water 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
CHAS. CDLVERWELL, JR.
Gatkrate, - - Nevada.
Wholesale St Retitil
IDElA-I-iHlFl. I -NT
Livery and Feed Stable
XXVItT AJX1 HAD IlL-TiSUORSl i .
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week and -lonth.
WhcrcZyou can get all hinds of
Blackmithing done at
I'ttefuily uoMpougil.d t li
ftonra r.l th d.y or night.
And Kuiiilriw of Kry
JOHN SHIER, Proprietor.
CIJAS. CULVER WELL.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
((( GENERAL MERCHANDISE i)w
Department of the
Cull at the Record office for Locb
The Largest Mall Order House In the
The new fashion catalogue of
Men's Women's Rnl Children's ap
putel, household supplies, etc.,
issued by Weinstock, Lubin 4 Co.
Sacramento; Cal., is the handsomest
book ever sent out by them. Many
of the illustrations are works of art.
The book is free, aud valuable to
have, what har one cures to buy or
Weinstock, Lubin k Co. do the
largest mail order tmde in the west.
Thit' is pivof that their goo-Kpti'vi
ud service ire of exception i I in erit
Fresh Oysters Received
United Stntes Land Office, Carson
City, Nevada, November 12, 1903.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given tbat on
the 23rd day of December 1903, the
following township plate will be
Township No 5 N., Range No C7 E.
Township No. 4 N., Range No 68 E.
Township No 3 S., Range No 69 E.
Purtios interested must file their
claim within three months from said
date (December 23, 1903) to secure
their preferred rights.
Application for entry of land in
said townships will be received Deo
23, 1903. -
O. H. Gallup, Register.
Location Notices for Sale at i
lw. j. cahpbellI
) All work done in thel
J Highest Style of the (
(C3.MAIN ST., OPP. S
f MEADOW VALLEY S
cPhciie, - Nevada, c
Groceries and Provisions,
Class ware and Crockery,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A Complete Line of Miners upplies always ou
MAIN ST. OPP MEADOW VALLhY TRKET
Piocho. - Kovada.
HANG CHUNG ;J. , Olarlf,
Lincoln County Record
E'mtollsUocaL Every JPrlxSuxy.
f l CORD PUBLISHING COMP'Y.
VV GARRISON. LEASEE.
Tle Reookd represents the interests of a vawt sectioii
of rich mineral country, now being
opened up by a line of
Chop -: House
On Main Strt-et
I tn B.t pltce to oll U" "' '"
tV t i'l to hii i H'oche.
! Mea! TicKQts 3 Tor SI.OO
i The Bakery ha alo Fresh Bruad.
I Pie and Cams Every Day.
RESi AURA VI .
ff f miuat, sturnr by
Pli UK, - NEVADA.
(MA i STREET OPP LACOUli.)
The PablcB are supplied with
h finest in the Market
DISTRICT k JUSTICE COURT BLANKS.
''ubsorib? r it and Send it t-y Your Frierdst
T'ainiHe-: Got ni in
?is a d
( an be had Every Day.
liANQ CHUNG, PROPRIETOR
W N I'M nrf
Card ib e: icr!
A; out (ordinal
A corded to all
Two ladies bicycla for sale cheap
inqnirs Rjooro ofioe
THE MARLIN RIFLE, Model 189a, elibre, U $J Jfi
the best rifle made for the farmer, combining the good XKTU
points of th.. old muzle-ioding squirrel rifle with the IjSeAl
convenience end rapid fire of the most improved repeater. 5r"
It is o conutructed that the same rifle uses the fallowing I "U S
caitridjres: .3 short and long rim fire, .3 ehort and long Jw'VmI
icmsi ur, ana n uie cnu- r, Leter made uauio- rim fi. or. a. '
C'XI trid'e h Ue .st calibre. The slort cartridges Ksr
are just the thing for small fame while the one ones kill kK
V ' and beef handily. On the first aooo CArtrideet Used
TheMarlin Hand Book for shooters explains whr this la
10 and tells how to care for, and how to use. fire arma. This B-i 'Vl
valuable book free if you will send sUinps for postage to P4 M
AR N F RF1SUS m Ucuu Ulucu O'r -. : "
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