PIT k i ?" Tl
8MELTESS AFTER ORE.
PIOCHE, XKV A I) A. Fill 1)A V PKBRUAKY 3 MOG
All freight teams that have
wine ui mc past six weeKs have
. . rv ou hccm nave
Down m the neighborhood of i received all the back loading
old Pioche, there ia an endless
tonnage of low-grade fluxing
ores, it is said, and some of the
engineers of the American
Smelting and Refining company
have preceded the new railroad
that is to be built in a short time
and taken options on a few of
the big properties in that local
ity. There is no secret about
the large smelting plants being
in the market for nuxiner dtodo-
sitions, and the greater number
of independent refiners that are
placed in commission down the
valley, the stronger the competi
tion for the low-grade properties
in the nearby mining camps.
Another feature to this an
nouncement is the fact that the
A. S. & R. company have given
it out, through its field engineer,
that it is the policy of the com
pany to employ a large force of
men to mine the low grade ores
and upon the completion of the
railroad that old camp will be
the scene of great activity in the
mining industry. In addition to
the immense low-grade proposi
tions, there are some valuable
minerals in that section, such a3
is found within the territory be
ing extensively operated by the
Nevada-Utah company. At this
property a large force of men
have been employed in cleaning
up the old workings of the mine,
and as soon as all the debris has
been removed, the management
will place several shifts of men
to work on developing the prop
erty on an extensive scale. --Tel
iuey wanted, wnich made it
much more profitable for the
teamsters. All the back loading
is irom Bristol, being supplied
with ore which Lloyd, Christian
and Cook are taking out of the
Bristol Copper Comnanv'a nron.
pertes.. under lease. We under
stand that they have enourii ore
out and in sight to keep the
teams supplied for some time to
come which is news of the best
-The Local Paper.
H. E. Freudenthal, who was
in charge of the Mineral Exhibit
at the St Louis World's Fair and
his wife, who was Hostess of
the Nevada State Building re
ceived Sunday from the Exposi
tion officials each a bronze medal.
In the composition of the ob
verse of the medal are shown
two figures, one of which, Col
umbia, tall and stately, is about
tonvelop the youthful maiden
by her side, typifying the Louis
iana Territory, in the flag of the
stars and stripes, thus receiving
her into the sisterhood of States.
The other figure is depicted in
the act of divesting herself of
the cloak of France, symbolized
in the emblem Napoleon, the
busy bee, embroidered thereon.
In the background is shown the
rising sun, the dawn of a new
era to the nation.
The reverse of the medal shows
an architectural tablet bearing
an inscription giving the grade
of the medal. Below the tablet
are two dolphins symbolizing our
eastern and western boundaries,
the whole surmounted by an
American Eagle, spreading its
wings from ocean to ocean.
The medal was designed by
Adolph A. Weinman. The de
sign was approved by a com
mittee composed of J. Q. A.
Ward, Daniel C. French and
Agustus St Gaudens.
The dies were engraved and
the medals struck by the United
States Government Mint at Phil
adelphia. The alloy for the
medals was made especially for
the Exposition after samples
were submitted and passed upon
by expert medalists.
F. W. Burke, a former resident
of Reno, who three years ago
obtained $3,190 from Govenor
Sparks, was arrested at Poca
tello, Idaho, last Tuesday, and is
now on the way to Reno to an
swer the charge. Gqveraor
Sparks alleges that Burke in Feb
ruary, 1903, asked him to sign a
note payable to the Investment
and Loan Company of Denver
for $3,190. This money, Burke
claimed, was to be used in pur
chasing cattle and the cattle
were to be given to Governor
Sparks as security for the pay
ment of the note. Instead of
buying the cattle Burke pock
eted the money and left Reno,
From that time until shortly be
fore the warrant was issued,
Burk was not beard from.
Speaking of what a news wi
per does for a community United
States Senator David Davis, of
Illinois, made an address that
remains ever green in the mem-
ones of news paper men. He
"Every year every local nanpr
gives from 500 to 5000 free lines
for the benefit of the community
in which it is located. No other
agency can or will do this. The
editor in proportion to his means
does more for ms-"wn town
than any other man. He ought
to be supported not because you
Happen to like him or admire hi3
writing, but because a local pa
per is the beat investment a
community can make. It mav
not be crowded with meat
thought, but financially it ia of
more benefit than both preacher
and teacher. Today editors do
more for less pay than any men
on earth. Patronize your home
paper, not as a charity, but as an
investment ' '-Newspaperdom.
HEAT MARKET. I
CUAS CULVER WELL, 4 11. j
GaHsnta, - Ne?ada. I
C2T Wholes.! k Retail
Wholesale and Reta I Dealer in
(i General merchandise &
Frel Oysters eoelvecl
Pioche, Maiu Street. Nevada.
Mutton and Veal.
H. W. UNDERHILL
A UK NIK - NEV.
Call Once and You will be
sure and "return.
Lee euid Mathsws, V
PIOCHE, - NEVADA.
All work done in the '
Highest Style of
is one of the
If you wish
anything in tho
a. . Cigars.
CALIENT K NEVADA.
Groceries and Provisions.
Glassware and Crockery,
7 Vines tiquors and Cigar
A Complete Line of Miners upplies always on
MAIN STOPP MEADOW VALLEY STREET
Piooho, - - - ITovada
Also has a first class Math
Room where H-.t and
Cold Water Baths
can be had.
W ARK EN'S
It place if in Caliente you can get
the Finest f
LIQUORS cVrLci fxl
toid of son
Billard and Pool Pa bio.
GEO. V. WARREN. - - PROP
! J. U. Brown, v .
rio ol. N9rd
Tho Finest of
Alw3'H ou Hand.
Published every Evening Except
A newspaper that contaius all the
news and 24 hours ahead of other
One year $7.00 Six tuoutLs $3 50
One month .6 Single copies .03.
E. P. Gordon & Co
For 1 U m i t i i h i ind
geological reports, ore occurrence,
etc, of the best mining camp in Ne
vada. Write. None but meritori
ous properties handled.
E. P. GORDON,
' Pioche, Nev.
CHAS. LEE HORSEY
Pxocbz. - - Nevada.
F. R. LIcNAMEE,
Oanjti. f , Kivasa.
blip' - UMMm
I VT ! child miytnjor
rww, mooting wita
Ttst ffWiTBf tt iMtt pfrfect tpcrt. btuw thtf
rltliV If 'tV.rr1"- r ask your
hUBUM. Iiml atertctir r - I" U I. 7. i . i .
J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co,
k r. u Boa iiM
cuooru FALUi, luaa c. 8, a.
CcOioato. - - ITovada,
Best of Accommodations
Fif? Class Beds and good Rooms
ipacial ; tt j on i eriven the Kitchen nnn
fining Room, and the Best tho
' ffords Will be served,
Hot Sdnitiii iiim ftinMifitLu ; i t:., n. n . ,
,u ,u VUUUCVMUU mill WJB OOICI,
Water 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
Livery and Feed Stable
Uoriea J3c)rdedl by tbeDay, Week and Month
here you can get all kinds! of
Blaclxmlthing done! at
CHAS. CULVER WELL. - FROPRIETOP
Pioche and DeLamar
Via Calicntcs and Panaca.
J-A. DENTON Proprietor.
Stages leave DeLamar at 7 A. M. every day
Leare Panaca at 11 a. M. and Fioche at 8:00 A. M
every day, connecting with the 8 L, L A & S L
Railroad at Calientes.
Pioche Office at Thompson's' Store.
A S. Thompson, Agent.
The Land of Opportunities!
Farming, Fruit Raising
A Trinity of Industries in which
she is unexcelled.
Irrigation has made her farming an
The Oregon Short
Line Railroad Co.
Will gladly furnish descriptive
matter in regard to state's re
sources. D. E. Bublm, , D. S. Spesceh,
O. P. k T. Agfc. A. G. P. k T. Agt
Salt Lake Citj, Utah.
WJSTED.-ATIlUBTWOaTHY GIST. tMAN OH
liar In Meh eoaat Ia n...... . .
mU?lfhTi kan" ' "1M Siimmi.1 ituiiiiig
b etwek SMU di.iy with ll nvma aint.
from hulqautra. Mo.j uiruiorfi !urp.n
Vluuiiir. 34ii Cutoii Slin., Otaleun
Write nearest Agent, or to.
J. L. MOORE.
. D. P. A..
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.
ja alsslskly pore, areata of tartar rxrodc?
SVAa tAMN HWMI CO NSW VWNb.
Caliente Drug Store
Pine Toilet Soaps.-
Y-The Latest Perfumes.-f
OThe Latest Novelties in Writing Paper.
The Choicest of Candles. JL
Also a fine line of Cigars both foreign
wfrjaMsiBiirij i - m :ir:ir
DAY AND NIGHT
Caliente - . . . ITevada.
J. A. Denton, Proprietor.
The Tables supplied with the
Best the Market Affords.
Good Beds and Well Furnished
TERMS $1.50PBR TDJT.
DSTStages Leaves Hotel for Pioche, Panaca and Delamar
every Day in the week.5i
VEIl & 10 GRIM
mo gmie imp
Tho Sconio Lino To
Qlenwood Springs, Aspen, LeadvUle, Pueblo, Colorado
Springs, Denver. Omaha, Kausas City, St. Louis,
Chicago, and all points east.
Connecting at Ogden Union Depot with all
Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line T?alna
The only Transcontinental Line passing
erectly through Salt Lake City.
.cu..,uljr 4uipPea xasc Trams Daily
between OGDEN AND nEvrpn
Via Three Separate k Distinct Scenic BouteJ
Tn Kansas Vitw Sit
Louis & Chicago.
Free Reclining Chair Caw.
Pertonvlly Conducted Excursions.
DINING CARS, ferric a la Carte on all through Trains. '
Tvt rt.t f, Jd,rs, fw. illu.tnted booklt, .to., bouir. .( ,.
neM.tl,ck.l .gnt,.pWvinRth.lo oJiX ,
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
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