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HOOKD. Current News. 0'S.iDscribe In,, it. Mining News. Y or News. Advertise m u. .. -M U the News. 11 FORMERLY THE PIOCHE WKEKLY RECORD. NO. as VOL. UYl PIOCHE, NEVADA. FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1903. GENERAL ITEMS. There are 200 miles of tunnels in the Ciilumet & He:lti uiiue at Calu met, Michigan. About 00,000 wedding rings are deposited every year at the munici pal pawi'shop'of Puria. One million tons of lead are an nually produced in the uRgreunte by the lead mines of the world. In all, the Miners' Federation of Great Britain sent $30,1100 to the striking coal miners of Germany, The capacity of the copper femelt ers in operation iu California will approximate 2,000 tons of orts per day. In Chinese language, promoting profits are known as tho "thinking Blmres to the gentlemen who found ed the company." ' A mule has died at Mountbrien, Tipperary, Ireland, nt the age of 52. For forty-live years it mads two journeys a day, with milk to Tip tierarv. which is three miles from Mountbrien. The Boise B tein, only 18 miles hi diameter, turned out $33,000,000 from the fall of 1802 to 1803, and to the present time 750 tons of gold du' t, worth $190 per pound, about $300,090,000. It is claimed tliitl smoke, or hy drocarbon, whenever created through imperfect combustion, can be burned when property treated. If carried through another flame or an intensely heated np combustion chamber, it will be perfectly con sumed, without having any trace of smoke at all. Valuation of State Property. The report of State Controller Sam Davis for the year 1904 shows that the total assessed valuation of all clase of property in Nevada for last year amounted to $36,270,135.00 an advance of $3,502,671.70 over 1D03, when the valuation- was $32,707, 403.60. The valuation by counties is as follows: Churchill $1,507,494.00 Douglas 947,632.00 Elko 8,392,865.00 Esmeralda 1,105 482.38 Eureka..... 1,706,113.92 Humboldt 5,673.098.00 Lander..... 1,344,474 00 Lincoln 921,753.00 Lyon 2,019,348.00 Nye.-... 817,474.00 Ormsby..... 1,179,542 00 Storey 1,405,144.00 Washoe..;..'. 8,400,005.00 White Pine 729,130.00 Total $30,270,135.30 The Card System. The Cloud City Miners' Uuion of Leadvillu has recently sent out a letter to every miner employed in the Leadville district. The letter states that the Western Federation of Miners has not approved or sane tioned the mine owners' card system. The letter states that unless miners have a paid-up card in the local union, when they leave the district and apply for work in other districts they will be branded as "scabs," and then call attention to the fact thbt unless this request is complied with, their names will be placed on a list which will be sent to the unions of the Western Federation through out its entire jurisdiction, stating Two ears of totem poles have ar rived at the Lewis and Clark Exposi tion grounds. They will form an interesting part of the United States government's Alaskan display at the fair. NEW MARKET. HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION UTAH AND NEVADA. TO D. O. Varner, Proprietor. Dealer in TPFVTMID BIDE IF1, and MTJTTOIsr. Has opened a shop at Cook's old Stand on Main Street. PIOCHE, - - Vatja. Bills Allowed. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. that the men on that list are mine Some of the farmers near Santa operators' association card men of Rosa, Cal., are experimenting wi'h Leadville.' Iu other words, a black tea growing, and their ettorts "''t'11 list will be prepared. Thus the to be meeting with success. It h l(ljI)(,rs themselves are adopting the said that thire is no reason why very nlethods that they are complain tea should not be grown in some. illg of Tiie unjoua have always sectiotis of this4country, though the violently nrotested asainst black earlier houtli Carolina experiment I Hts. is not know n to be making great headway. It is said that there are iu London about 2000 charitable institutions and organizations to advance the ciiuse of tiroirressive and advanced 'Writing from Carson to the Gazette Sherman Bryan of that place says he has a sure cure for smallpox which ho advises all sufferers from that disease to try. He says it is a Have your friends come to Utah and Nevada. Homeseekers tickets on sale by Eastern lines via Salt Lake City to points on the SALT LAKE KOUTE and San Pete Valley Railway, Jan uary 3rd and 17th, February 7th and 91 af Mnrnh 7th. nni Slat. nnrl April 4th. and 18th, 1905, with stop- List of clai8 loei by he Board over privileges in Utah and Nevada. of Coaaty Commissioners at a See anv Acent SALT LAKE reSular meeting held Mar. I pit. i rf XIOVTV. or (l,lrea;- uiu, iwo. .T T, IvTivMt , , B J Gordon 1(166 District Passenger Agent, ebut u &a Salt Lake City, Utah. u.nj Benders. .'.ly.iV.V.V.V.V..;..'.'.!''."'.'.'. m as H I Goodrich lid 66 Jake Johnioa 116 00 Jobo Kwlng 0 00 W L Oolton 60 00 Henry Lee.. 116 66 J F.Roeder .116 66 8eo O Sawyer. ... WW Loan Dunlsp U 00 John Monaban 60 00 4 h Murphy 60 00 f W Dickie M 00 llohnvm 19 60 .46 60 J P Roedet 44 66 H J Goodrich S'l 60 iu ANesbltt 23 SS 10 66 YTestern Union Tel Co 10 A S Thompwn 10 60 11 60 10 00 00 ,.10 00 Lincoln County Record 43 00 Mrs Frank 60 Pioche Water Oo 00 Penaea Co op .....86 00 1600 HengOhung 40 06 John Vanbu 13 W D 0 Varner 8 75 1 Neehitt A Bro 8 80 L Oolton 14 45 Hong Bok 8 00 J Balph 10 J A Henrhaw 84 00 P H Devlin 00 JHcKntee 5 HO J C Jones 00 a W Holt 00 J M Pickett 0O J W Corn .....5 00 Elliott Fisher Co 1 oo W H Clark 1 JP Paulson ' 50 W a Denton ) WU J M Johnson 14 76 .. .. 6 88 J W Osvanaugb" " 0 4 I. Mnmhv . ...I v timilh Pmml.r do 4 90 A Carlisle ft Co I l J Lemotne, J Ralph George Moody, Plaintiff, v. a wt r.W Elliott. R.M. Johnson and the Bbawiuut Sevada Mining ft Milling Company. jJBieuusuta. Notice is hereby given that co partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Orr and Christian has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. W. M. Christian will collect all debts and pay all bills of said firm. Alex Our, W. M. Christum. Piocbe, Nev., Feb. 13, 1905. rru Kv vlrttm nf an orde nf Hale and Decree of Lien"tssned ant of the Fourth JndMl District Court, in and for the Comity of Lincoln, a H...1. ,m thaHthdsv of-vlarch. 1WI6. In the above eutltlod action wherein George MtMidy, abu named plaluuir. omameo a jungmeui aim dec.ea agalnat 0. A. Short, U. w. Kino", k. m. Johnaon and the Bhawinut Nefuda Mining A Milling C,niitny, defendanta, on the 'Jtth day of an. A. D. 1111)4, for the sum of $777 00 iifun. with S.0t! paid for Blliig liens, ana iru.ou aivuru!,j fees, and cotrts of Court at 888.00; I am commanrled to sell all of the 8nowflake lode mining claim, aitnated In the Eagle Valley Mining District, County of Lincoln, State of He Tada, located on the 17th day of April A. D. 1003. by the defendants Short and Elliott, and duly re oordod in the records of said Lincoln Count y iu Book "O" of Mining Notices, at luge 477 to 479 in clunlTe; claimed also as the Ohioago No. 10 lode mining claim by seta aeienasni jonimou. eu ,w mA h. hi, ii s such, on the 3rd day of January, .1008. and duly recorded in the records of said I.tn,u,ln IVllintV. In HIHIK "U OI ftlin UK m, page 150, the said Chicago No 10 claim embracing and Including the same and identical grouud as said Snownske lode claim. Vnilre Im herehT irlven that on BATUHDAY, the Bret day of AHKIL. A. V. 11K'5, at 1 o'clock P. M. of that day, at the front door of the Court Hiiuee, in tl, t,iwti nf Pinrhe. Oountv of Lincoln. St te of N...H. t will. In ohedlenoe to ssid order of Sale and Decree of Lien, sell the above described prof. erty, or so much thereof as may ne neceseary ro satisfy plaintiff's Juiigment. with Internet thereon at 7 per oent per annum, and all costs, at public auction, to the highest and boat bidder for canh, lawful mouey. JAKE JOHNSON, Sheriff. Dated, March 9th. 1005. Published every Evening Except Sunday. A newspaper that contains all the news and 24 hours ahead of other dailies. One year 47.00 Six months $3 50 One month .60o Single copies .03 NOTICE. civilization. The number includes Chinese remedy and that over in large and small institutions, afford ing more or less'relief to the afflicted and those in distress. luey are supported almost entirely by per sonal contributions. Japanese soldiers along the Sha river have shown their ingenuity in the utilization of an oversupply of rats. The rodents became a pest and the soldiers set to work to de stroy them. Though destroyed the ruts were not wasted. The soldiers cured the r tt skins and used them for ear-flaps, with the" tails tied beru-nth tiie wearers'-chins. Sweihsu doctors never sena puis to their patients. Each patient pays what he deems just or iH able to uive. The rich pay the physician liberally, whether they have ueed ginofring Review of San Francisco of his services or not, if he has been A tramp barber struck Goldfield tin once retained by them. The poor other day looking us seedy as if tlwir TifiRsil.lv enii. nav him a trenuine hobo. A week later he was J I' ' ' 't! I ti I small sum, i.nil the very poor pay noted to be well dressed and sport him nothing. Yet he attends' the ing a gold headed cane. Asked how faithfully as he does the he did it, he replied that ne liaa China it is used with great success vVhen the disease is at its height, he snys.rub the chest with croton oil and tartar ointment which will cause the whole of the eruption to appear on that part of the body to the re lief of the rest and so prevent ugly scars' from remaining on the face and hands. It also secured a full and complete eruption and thus prevents the disease from attacking the internal organs" Sir. Bryan says he obtained the remedy from a China man who hadjmec 'ssfully tried it in a great many cases with splendid sueaess.. 'Gold from the grass roots"stories ..' . . i -i it 1 are a.:l put m the simile Dy tne ioi lowing from the Mining and En HE SALT LAKE TELEGRAM, Smoot T.umber Co., To All Whom These Presents May Concern: Notice is hereby given that Mr. Thos Barraclough, who has been heretofore represent ng the Bristol Copper Mining Co and selling personal property be longing to said Company, no longer John gdwards.. represents them, ana any person j McEntee, hf-renfrer mirchasinff trOD6rtV from I. H- J. Goodrich. County c en ana . r " - ... Clerk, of the Bnara or mumy him belonging to Sltid Company Will I Commissioners of Lincoln County, State of Nevada geno title to the same. Wm. Gkldeb, President, By Benj. Sanders, Resident Agent. 70 oo ....(SI 76 ....13 at . ... 13 00 ....11 00 ....13 00 .... 80 hBrehy oertlfy the foregoing to be s true and correct list of claims against said county allowea ny bsiu Board on the above date, J. H. GOODRICH, Clerk of aldJosrd CH AS. LEE HORSEY ATTOR. rsTKnr a.nd COUN --sBbOB-AT LAW. Pioche, - -'Nevada. SUMMONS. F. R. McNAMEE, Attorney ucl Oki.amab. Nbvada. In The Fourth Judicial District Court, County of Lincoln, State of Nevada. HEAT MARKET. CHAS. CULVERWELL, JR. PROPRIETOR. Sheriff Sale. n the Fourth - Judicial Die trict Court of the State of Nevada, in and tor the County of Lincoln. Caliente Drug JOHN SHIER. Store PROPRIETOR, Fine Toilet Soaps. Y-The Latest Peffumes.vn-f G-The Latest Novelties in Writing Paper. 23T Tho Choicest of Candies. JS2 Also a fine line of Cigars both foreign and domestic. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED DA Y AND NIGHT. 0 fmmmMm.Wil'iammmmwm CDLVB BWELL II Sheriff Sale. In the Fourth Judicial Dis trict Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln. Calient, - Best of Accommodations Fir r ' Class Beds and good Rooms. Special Attention Is given the Kitchen and Dining Room, and the Best the Market Affords Will be served, George Mooily, riaiDun, Miriam T. Trrut. Morrison Merrill & Oompany, rmrnnratlon. !mtluantl oil Company, a Ooruora. Mod, Mine 4 Hmelter Supply Oompany, a Oorpor- atlon, ana r. . iooo, intervenors. VS The Bormshoe Hold Mining Oompany, and tiie Bhswmut Nevada Mining a Mining company Vsfenaanu. poor aa rich. saved the trimmings from the miners' V,..:. ...1 I,.,.! ...,r,li rrnl.l in . , , . I null, uuu iif.il iuuiiii cinut: u tuivt " Two Goriijnn doctors huve been . looking into the question of beardi d women, and they huve discovered 1 he Southern I'ucilio railroad peo- that out of (.very 1000 snno females, plo Hhould . call n halt on sending 290 ure beiirdod. Of tbesw 230 hnve people into Tonopuh and Goldfield. only a slight down, forty have a lt'is a shanm to allure men, with yery "visible beard, and ten are uu- only a lew dollars in tueir pockets, miHtahahly ndumed with this liirouie with the expectation ol getting appendage. Out of 1000 insane work. Stop them at Reno. Only women examined, 481 had slight people who Have money to prospect beards, while fifty six had beards with or wish to engage in business well grown. It -'Viiold's Newspaper, should come this way. ionopan . Ttminnzii. When steel is slowly heated its . , j , Snhieski. the great surface gradually changes color.dua gruml g0l of Johu Sob;eBiii the probably, to the formation of a fine 1igt j.. of Polnlld( antl beir to the Gatteate, (Opposite Postoffice.) gr Wholesale & Retail Pqbb Fresli Fruits, Fresh Fish. Vrtuh Ovsters Reoeive every Friday- film of oxide on the surface. Th colors tlius'succeasivfcly appear from a low to a high temperuture tire a yellowish-white or light straw color a dark straw, gold or yellow, brown, purple, violet and deep blue, finally the steel becomes rod hot and black oxide is formed. The colors are deeper and more distinct the better the qiudity of the steel, and are often scarcely perceptible in very poor eteel. The practiced eye of an ex pert steel man determines with great accuracy the quality of the steel by tho depth of the "colors. Whatever their cause, these colors indicate important changes that are made. throne, is living quietly at Los Angeles. His father was executed by Russia and .tie with his mother was exiled. He arrived in America fifty years ago, and served with dis tinction in the army during the civil war. The longest lightening conductor in the world is ou the Lugspite weather station ia Bavaria. It runs down the mountain side for three and a half miles to u lake. A German savaut insists that, barring accidents the exact duration NEW ASSAY OFFICE PIOCHE, - - NEVADA. Willard McRae, Assayer & Chemist. Fully equipped for all ' manner of assaying and analytical work. ' Prices reasonable, Work reliable Prompt attention giyeu to Samples i uy ju.au. References furnished on application WILLARD McRAE, , . PIOCHE. NEVADA. The State ot Nevada Sends Greeting to Monntaln View Oolil Mining Oompany, va .m h.n.hv MnnirMl ta mDoir In an action commenced against you as delendant by J V. Lane, ss p-!atlH, in tne Kounn j mucin um.r.u. Oourtof the Ststeof Nevirts. Lincoln County, St the town of Pioche, snd snswer the complaint therein, which is on me witn me i i m .Biti.iii tn H.v. after the service on you of this Summons Inclusive of the deyof service) If served I- Jild County, or twenty days If served out of Bid O.iunty, but within this district, and In all other cases tony nays, or jimmum. will be taken ausinst you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action Is BrouKht to recover Judgement againBt you, the said d fendaut, for the sum of Six hundred aouar ouo uu. ut-.us " and II ty dollors for services rendered yon as osrr. taker of your mining property at Fay, said Oounty, and State, between the 1st diy of December, 1903 and the 1st day 01 September, ioi, i"" stance and request, and one hundred and fifty dollars for the hire and use of one mine whim, used by you on your said property between the 1st dsy of April 190. and the 1st dsy of September 1904. and which sum you agreed to pay plaintiff, as will more fully appear from ine oouipmm. u w thlssctlo, a oopynf which Is herewith served upon you and to which you iro referred. And you are hereby notiaed that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will take Judgment by default against you for ssld sum of six hundred dollars and for coats of suit. In Teetlmony Whereof, 1, have hereunto set my hand this 19th day of September, A. I) 19ut. T. I. OSBOHNB ' Atty for Plaintiff THE TAX OF THE Proceeds ofjhe Mines Sotlce Is beroby given that the Taies of the D.A.it. nf the mines for the Qusrter ending Sept Slth J0 are now due and payable a- the Office of the Oounty Aeeenor, at the Oourt House. The law In regard to their collection will be trlctly sa forced. JOHN F. BOEDER, Oounty Assessor Under and by vtrtura of an order of sale and de- mm of lien, la.uea out ot tne rourmrfo iiciai iis. trlot Oourt o( the Stste of neveda, in sua lor tne Oounty of Lincoln, on 'he 8tli day of March, A D. 19D in the aoove Pllliueu action wurraiu o.uino Moody, plaintiff, obtained s jndguieut and decree igatust said defendants on Ibe 7th diy of January, a n. inns, for the um of til.018-68; for filing and recording liens I184.39-, for attorney's fee, (IHXMIO and for Court costs I'J'2 00, and all accruing oosts: And the said loterv.nors ea"h obtained Judgment as follows, to wit: Simeon V Trent, 4,oti u; for filing and recording liens $lfl 00; for attorney's fee la.w.oo sud for uonn costs su. Morrison Merrill ft Oompany. Judgment, f 1,40 1; filltigsndreoordlnglien.fi 50; Tor atioruey's lee, aisii 1)0- for Oourt costs te 60. nontlnental Oil Oomoany. judgment JS7 81; for filing and recording Hen H si; fur attorney's fee, cm no- and for Court oosts 75 Mine a Smelter Supply Oompany, judgment 1H'2K SO: for filing and recording lien, $1,5"; for .Hornet's fee SlAO.00. and for Court COStH. $o.75 T. A. Flood, judgment $1,BIH.'J; for filing and r cording liens J4 7li; for sttorney s tee imi,i ', and escli oi ssld lutervt nors with accruiiigs cos 1 am commanded to sell all the properly agilu 't wh leh s.td ludtfnients and costs are declared to be a Hen as follows, towlt: The property of the defendants, the Horseshoe Oolil Miulug Company, sl'uate st or near the town of Fsy, In the Eagle Valley Milling olstrlct, Oounty of Lincoln. Stale of Nevada, Cou-istiug of that certsin consolidated mining clslni, comprising the Horseshoe No. 1 lodeclalm; H reeshoe No 2 lode claim; Horseshoe No. II lode olalmi Horseshoe Mo 1 lode oiaim; Brvan lode claim and the Bryan Eltenelou lode claim, sll being contiguous snd constitullug one group, and patented as a consolidated mining claim by the United States ss Lot No. 190J; also that certain quarta and tailings mill, known as tho Horseshoe mill, wun tne nieesiaery anu api'"r tAnsnces snd water rights attsctied to aud counect. ed therewith, and pipelines uaed In connection with the bsI1 properly, snd sll the appurtenances and hereditaments tuoreuuio oeiongiiig iu iwau' tlrety to be sold sa a single snd entire property Notice Is hereby given that on SATURDAY, the F KSTdayof APRIL, A. I). l0.'i, at ona o'clock P. M. of that dsy, at the front door of the Oourt House In the town o PlochB, Oounty of Lincoln, Stste of Nfvada. I will. In obedience to said Order of Hale, and Decree of Lion, sell the shove desciilied property in one parcel, to istlafy the said Judg ment and costs, with Interest on ssld severs! sums atsuvet per cent per suBiim, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, for oash. lawful money. JAKE JOHNSON, Sheriff. Dated, March th. A. D. IMS. OTEL ITovada, Hot Sanitarium and Batbs in Connection with the Hotel, Water 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Livery and Feed Stable TTELIi STOCKBI WITH Horses Boardedl by the Day, Week and Mouth. fc Blacksmith Shop Where you can get all kinds of Blackmithing done at Reasonable Prices. CHAS. CULVKIt WELL ritOPKIKTOlt NOTICE. ; In The Fourth Judicial Dis trict Court of the State of Nevada.in and for the County of Lincoln. ECZEMA Ati PILE CURE nfiri tri Knowing whatlt waa to snfler, I FREJE wfll givf Fit EE Of OHABUB, to aii . a iUq gW kill U Vt.i , puiivi v - , ofanyperson'8 life can be deter-1 lSrrS2S-S: TSSUSST rST mined by means of the X rays. uua kj.iu..-v-. ... . In the Matter of the estate 1 or Notice of time p. ! pointed for proving Alfred T. Paga. Deceased ) will. Notice Is hereby given, that Thursday the Second .41 nt Ifahriiirv. A. D. 11K15. at tea o'clock, A. Ii. of said day, at the Oourt room ot said CoO't, at the Oourt Mouse, in tne town ot riocoe, wuwu OoontT, Nevana, nas oson apootnteu as a -, .... nmtiM the will of aaid Alfred T. r. . wuul ftnd for hearing ths annltcatlon of Bosa Page, for the lssuanoe to her of Letters Testa mentary tnereon. H. J OOODRIOH, Clerk BanJ Banders, Attorney for Petitioner. Dated January 33rd, IMS Notice To Creditor In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, In and for the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada. In the Matter of tha Estate or Hong Buck, Deceased. Notlse Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by the District Oourtof the Fourth Judlclsl Dlstrlot of the State of Nevada, in and for the Oounty of Linooln, Administrator of the estste of Hong Cock, deceased. All creditors having claims against ssld estate are required to file the same, with proper vouchers and statutory affidavits attached, with the Clerk of said court, within three months after the first publication of this notice, or snch claim will be barred. Dated and published for the first time Fet ruary lulu, luuo. HANO CHUNO LUNtt, BENJ BANDERS, Administrator. Attorney for ssld Estate. HENRY WELLAND Wholesale and Reta 1 1 Dealer in ( GENERAL MERCHANDISE to Groceries and Provisions, Glassware and Crockery. Wines, Liquors and Cigar. A Complete Line of Miners Supplies always on hand. Notice To Creditors In the Fourth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada in and t for the County of Lincoln, In the Matter of the Estate I of A. T. Page, ) Deceased. SHOES. MAIN ST OPP MEADOW VALLEY STREET FiocliG, - - - ITovada. Notice It hereby given that the undoraigned hsve been duly appointed and qualified by the Fourth Judtolal District Oourt of the State of Nevada, in and for the Oounty of Lincoln, at the Kieeutrlxof the last Will and Testament ot A T. Page, deceased. All creditor! having claims against said estate are required to file the same, with proper vouch, era and statutory affidavits attached, with the Olerk of said Oourt within three months of the first publication of this notice, or tuob claim will be barred. Dated and published for. the first time Feb, 17th WW. ME3 BOSA PAUE, Benj Sanders, Eucutrlx Atty for taid Ettatt Pioche and DeLamar . Stage Line. Via Calicntcs" and Paiuica. J. A. DENTON Proprietor. Stages leave DeLamar 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 Railroad at Calientes. Pioche Office at Thompson's Store. A S. Thompson, Agent.