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Piocme WEEKLY VOL. iSVl PIOCHE, NEVADA, FRIDAY MMtCU -23 1900 NO 41 KECOKD. ALL NEVADA BOOMING. Fitz-Mac Thinks Pioche Will Boom too, If We All Get Owl And Shout "Fitz-Mac" the special news- "You have a great and historic paper writer who contributes to old camp here at Roche, sur a string of papers from Boston rounded by a well mineralized to San Francisco spent Thursday country and the oly limit to in Pioche on his way, to Ely. your prosperity vill be the He has for the last nine months energy your peopa sw in keep been writing up the Nevada min- mg your advantages before the ing camps for his paper and has public Publicity is what you written up almost every camp need and you should all get out but Pioche. This he hopes to be and shout for Pioche all the while able to do ' a little later on his and talk it at the top of your way from Ely. voce 80 at e PP6 frm Nevada, he says, is booming in ocean to ocean will know what .11 r,rfa and in everv industry: you have got to off er, Then they twp has not been such a gen- will come and bring in capital end boom throughout the State and the fortunes of your once for almost forty years. He es- glorious old camp will revive. fimatP the influx that wili come But you must fall get out and to the state this year at not less toot your horns and:keep at it till than 30.000 and thinks it will the tide turns. Publicity is what more than likely reach 40,000. has done the business for Ely. "Nevada" savs Fitz-Mac, was They isn't a thing in Ely today Kv the slaughter of which wasn't there six months silver and its mining population ago absolutely not one thing drifted off to other States. That not one mine which was not then ; th ronsnn it. has remained in known. But Ely has been re- tlEAT MARKET. CHAS. CULVER WELL, J 11. PROPRIETOR. Gatlertta, - - Kevscta. (Opposite Postoffice.) 3TVholWe k Retail TDE1.A-L.jEI b'i. IK HENRY WELLAND i Pioche and DeLamar Pqbk9 resli Trusts, Fresh Fish. Fre-tii Oysters eceived every Friday. h; w. underhill OA LIEN i iv - NEV. Fine Wines, iiiquorts, and Cigars, Wholesale and Retf : Lealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE to collapse for the last twenty years ceiving a great deal of publicity TOlItt K (1Q111 I IX Four-fifths of its mining popula- this winter from ocean to ocean Call Once and You will be tion left and those who remained and result is that a constant were desponent and hopeless, stream of population is pouring Their spirit was broken. They into the camp. I was there on were too hopeless even to go out on the first of last November and prospect and find new mines, and the camp contained about "But," continues Fitz-Mac, 400 people now it has over 2,000 "the population that is pouring and by tlie first of August it will in now is a mining population have, I believe, not less than and it is rapidly revolutionizing 15,000 and that is what comes mining conditions all over Ne- of publicity. All the. country vada. All is hopefulness and now knows about Ely and it is energy once again and every part talked about from ocean to ocean, of the Stata is reviving wonder- This time last year the country in fully. No other western state is general knew nothing about Ely .-boomimr like Nevada. He thicks and nobody went there and you White Pine county in all it camps couldn't sell a five" dollar gold will have a very great boom this piece m camp for $4. vpnr-t.he greatest since 1869-70 "Well, there is the lesson for and he believes Pioche and all Pioche-I needn't say any more. nnrthArn Lincoln will Darticioate If you want a boom you must in the great influx in White Pine, work for it." sure and return. STATE NEWS. Items Gathered From Exchanges. Our From the Whita Pine News we learn that the railroad will reach Ely by June 1st. ' ?Lucky woman! She don't have to crawl under the bed in the morning for that "pesky collar button." Nevada is today the cynosure of all eyes. It is the best State in the Union and the outside world is just beginning to realize thatftet. It is rumored that the Tonopah mining company will build a nar row gauge railroad from Miller's Siding to Manhattan. Tonopah Sun. "l '' A fee of $2 is Charged for re cording mining locations in Southern Nevada districts. 5 The widow of late Governor Sadler has applied for letters testamentary on tha estate in the District Court at Carson. The Senior class in the State University Mining Department will leave Reno on April 1 on a ten day's trip to Southern Nevada mining districts. Nevada has now 47 publcations the Reno Federation being the latest This paper is published at Reno by R. R. Crawford. Sculptor Borglum, during his stay in Carson City, inspected the Lindsay marble quarry and pronounced the dolomite variety the finest in the world. A meeting of the Silver Party State Central Committee will be held at Reno on March 31, at 1 p. m. at the office of the Nevada Observer. Happiness is a claim it will pay to do "development" work on. R. J. Caskey, Representing the New York Life Insurance Combany is in town in the in terest of his Company. Maggie Grabem, is the appro-1 prait name of a squaw shoplifter under arrest at Reno. , HANS OLSEN'S Is one of the Finest Places . InjCalicnte. If you wish. anything in tho way o- .1 iici-uors. CALIENTE NEVADA. Groceries: and "Provisions, las? s wave and Crockery, ' snj3. Liquors and Cigar- A Compete Liir, of Miners Supplies always on - - hand. AMD MAIN ST OPP MEADOW Pioch. -SHOES." VALLEY STBEET Nevada if IP LL HOTEL Nevada Calient, - Best of Accommodations Fir r class eds and good Room! inecia! tt rn i rrven the Kitchen ano fining Poem.ond the 8st the lV?jrket ffcrds Will be served; Stage Line. Via Csilientes and Panaca. 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, eonnectiBg with the S L, L A & S L 4i&lroad at Calientek"' . ' . . - -. f Pioche Office,, at Thompson's Store.' ' i ; ( : Jl S. Thompson,: Agent. , i '- - .-' ? .- " y , - Caliente Drug Store JOHNSMliK. PROPKIBTOK Hot Sanitarium and Baths in Connection with the Hotel, Water 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Livery and Feed Stable well sTociainyiTir lilYIilfr I HAW invito lift EH. Horsa Boar deal by the Day, Week and iSloatk. Blacksmith Shop h ,;rc you can get all kinds! of Blackmithing done! at Reasonable Prices. Fine Toilet Soaps. - Y-The Latest Perfumes.-f OThe Latest Novelties in Writing Paper. 3" The Choicest of Candies. Also a fine line of Cigars both foreign and domestic. CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED . :, ; -DAY AND NIGHT Hinbt Lei Hespt Matbews PIOCHE MEJlT Pioche, Main Street, Nevada. Prime Bef, Pork, Mutton and1 Veal. 1 Deputy Asessor wm. urr is now finishing up the indexing of the county deeds and ect. and will have iu completed by next Commissioners meeting. -The contract was let .some months ago to C. L. Horsey and books chased in form of a loose leaf CH AS. LEE HORSEY It will be of a err sat convience to A.TOR.XK- I Ijae and Mathews," V i ops, Caliente - Nevada. J. A. Denton, Proprietor. OH AS. CULVER WELL i? Ci JlJh i he Land of Opportunities! r "r I. i : i EROPRIETOF 1 ne 1 aD,es suppnea wiin uie Best the Market Aftords. Farming, Fruit Raisin Mining Triuity of Industries iu which lied. : Irrigation bus u.nle ),t t furiuing un unparalleled success. the County Recorder. ' C. E. Snyder,' , of the Union Mutual Benefit", jind L: Health Assocation 01 yenvgr,. paid us a pleasant call Friday. He is here in the interest of 'Accident in surance.-. Pioche. Nevada. NEVADA'S MOST POPU LAR ROAD. TWO PALITIAL TRAINS from Caliente TO ALL POINTS South, North, East and West, CALI FORN1 A Low Rate Excursions Write nearest Agent, or to J. L. MOORE, D. P. A., Salt Lk Citj, Utah. T HE , PALAC J. G. l!row.!t. i The Finest of ' Wines, , s- AND -. : Cigars, Always on Huud. POOL! TABLES. The Oregon Short Line Railroad Co. Will glaJlj' furuish descriptive matter in returd to state's re-sowrces. D. E. Bi'ki.lv, D. S. Spencer, G. P. & T. Ast A. G. P. & T. 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Chicago, and all points east. Connecting at Osden Union Depot with all Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line Trains The only Transcontinental Line passing directly through Salt Lake City. 3 Ms k Shoes. One price to all.- MAIN ST. OPO'ITE LACOUR. PIOCHE - TXJZTVJLTDJ. Splendidly Equipped Fast Trains Daily between OGDEN AND DENVER Via Three Separate Sc Distinct Scenic Routes', -afei THROUGH PULLMAN and ORDINARY SLEEPING CARS I Denver, Omaha, j0 Kansas City, St. Louis & Chicago Without Change. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personvlly Conducted Excursions. LdNING CAES, Service o la Carte on all through Trains. Fit rat s fiilders, free illustrated booklets, etc, Inqair of your nt ares t ticket tgsnt, gpeifvig the io Grande route, or ddrea I. A. BEWTK, G. A. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. P. D.