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.V. j I -I .',f..l ' Ill IB urn im nnnit MvrvncM mm ipi.h." Afli r ira-linu the rmliee hi the llml'il ''Tunn" iimiii doting it first jtar, II Voting rlitor tmta in in numl nl thr fclln lio, fvrr tim li oiwnl Ins month mt Im f.M.t in il. Met) a: "Wf at.irt out at an Im1r mlrtit iit, ami mad Ix.th fiiemts ami tiicmict in going IVmn. rat ir. V li no apjxilxnjr to mule It ia ullit'icnt to nay that ronsiiU'rr tlic iinlrprnilrnt ataml m eoMarHly, a' tlit I tor was toniclli'.l, tlironli priii cil'lf, to muo citli'r tha em tide ir ilia i.thrr." Now, our friend ia a well infilling youtiK mau and, roiilly, we lila li n. Imt the excuse lie Rives fur jiiiiiiiiL' tliu Democratic ranka, ia "ton tliin." The young man infurmeii ua once that lie was a I publican. The fart simply tliii: When Mrssrs. Caasidy and Merrill arrived in Itriatol, the situ tinn ul affaire were taken in, and a job "put up" en our innocent young friend liy the I'emocraU of Itriatol. Tho very man that the Timca the other day called a "crnuk," waa the individual who roped liiin uKin the platform, and he waa then atlected Vice President of the meeting. Iteing thua drawn within the coila of the Democratic reptile, lie could not very well extricate himaelf, and the two lat issues before the election, the Timet cs pouaed the Democratic cauae. Why did our friend put it off to thia late date , oucn tardiness ia inexcusable. Jl a innn whom we looked upon aa a crank, would draw ut into inch a trap aa that, we could never ceaae " kicking " our head against a quartzite boulder. Now our young Republican friend tells that "prin cipie waa tne reason tor his espousing the Democratic cause. The attention of every miner, me chanic, engineer, foreman and superin tendent employed in mining in this State is called to the ralingt of Judge Sawyer ia the United States Circuit Court, at Carton, and published in the Virginia Enterprise of the 19th instant, in the case of Buckley against the Gould and Curry Company. The legal accountabil ' ity for accidents to life and limb involves the consideration of some very delicate points. Judge Sawyer fortifies his ruling with a wealth of illustrations which will make it clear to the dullest understand ing. The principle of law that the master ia not liable for an injury to one servant from the negligence of fellow-tervant in the same line of employment is one which, when thoroughly understood, will be very likely to induce co-workers in any form of industry to adopt and en force measure of common protection against negligent, untrustworthy or un skillful workers. With the last issue of the " Times, that paper was a year old. The "Times" ha done much in bringing Bristol Dis trict into public notice, and done the best it could in assisting the residents of Bris tol. Unfortunately Bristol it now on the down grade and the outlook is indeed very discouraging; but we, along with our neighbor, would like to tee Bristol become the banner camp of the State. Another fast trotter, known as " Xor- etta," it coming to the front with her lightning-like speed. Hitched to a road, wagon with running horse, the trotted uiuim iu me exiraoruinary lime oi 4:27, on a track that waa a trifle dul and slippery. This is the fastest 2-mile trot on record. The mares, like the ladiea of the present period, are getting to be very fast. Black corn hat been raised in Living ston county, New York. It it described at being at black as an African, as sweet at sugar and retains all these attributes when cooked. N. Y. Graphic. Black corn has been very common iu in the Southern States for years. I It grows on the feet of the negroes. ' The visit of the Frisco Times are get ting to be few and far between. Brother Charles ha probably gone to hunt dia- tnonds. Send ut over a pocketful. For a week past rumors have Vieeu .float to the effect that a large body of or had been found in the Bullion of Par adit mine. Yesterday the truth ef these rumors was confirmed by a letter re cived by A. J. Shepard from Justice Ginti, of Spring City. Mr. Ginti says a twelve-foot vein of quartz has been found near the west wall of the lead, six feet of which assays from $500 to $1,000 to the ton in silver. It it th largest vein yet found at any considerable depth in the district, and the ore it as rich as any ver before found in the Paradise mines. This certainly ought to induce th Par dis Valley and other companies, who liave good prospects in the district, to resume operations on their mines. ' The Unmet produced large quantities of bul lion from ret found near the surface, ut local companies are the only ones that 'are trying to develop the niinrt to ay great depth. Silver Stat. 1, f. .! At id t in il t, I 'i tie I v 11 ir t, 1 1 .fir nl, th" I. it" lli"rt SlMlt h '.II:- I. !!'. !rl-l! tiim .i ikv rvn ! In' Itv' il v t ''I II' I A1 Im li:-.l P r ti, nil'i t :ul Hl r. .1 (, "I I t'.. I "ii-, !- Mill, '"111 tinn' it I ..1 (.. ,1, I'T tn !irt i ! i tit U f ;iri t vk- j'l'ili... ami t!i: Iiuum- wi!l I pt t.i Mr. I) N.-il. nn i.M f,-,-H. nit; up t.i. 1 1 "f iiinic, lin in n'iw lnnrtii t: ) ai. nml In live lii'i. 'I'Iim rini', i'Miiini; hi'i ,-.! ) ti ,i It lililiiii t l.v Slliitl of I n. I: i,e ,,f (li- 1ii4i lli'r.i!i I1U14 Ilia Will rrmtitiuc t) l i l-irunm nl- ' l ( n " I t if lllifli! O llri.-ti, the lt Kill;. III Mllllt I - tin: '..1 .111! er ln i. t I'i.iii, in j-uinft ii'.iM'rti( 1 l ei er 1 iiu i t.nnoil a jrtv.iti-r man. Mr. .S j.hin . niiiniat.ikslily sad on leal n; the old ii!. ami milder till were ti nants .nni li' ililmra to s' him pi. ('!". U crrctcd linn at every station 1 1 Atl.'inti. r.minu Mmli on lie I'Xcl.'nin.il, "I lino is alien- I fJK-nt the inox inim i 11,10 jmrt i, my Me. J liml jut lilt cilii '.-, mid, full of niiinitiniis, had to sct'l-j down into the life of a ii.v gogue. It w:;n iii'.i-iiii-ly iliatnttoful to and tun t is . .jc inontln i si.ent ut Madison ucr the tlurki-tt of 111 v life. Tho rc 'iitiuii ,'i en him at Atlanta is d- rib' il as n;:e4if t!ui mo t iiniHismg dem- Htrntions ever known in that citv. A I'H-ul o.rre;' ram Timi d wi i t :i.mt of tliu Xew Or "l'on.ititition was iili tovrii, .Mans., Xavy a t .'rrilio stormy ni'ht, l.viiij; at tlie t i, I ant, anil dunu while tliu m.iniii s pic-eil tun deck on watch or had mujht ulicltcr, Lieutenant Howard, n native f Dorch t'er, Mass., who was a K"vr-i,ufc t'ntttr ollicer, with a few men employed a boat and rowed si. lently under n ti iLiatc s bows: acendinc the chain he silently tawed of the 6gur head, lowered it into the boat, and cov ering it with cant as ijuictly rowed away without twin-' discovered. Its loss cre ated a creat con-iternaiion. and lame re wards were ofK ie l foi its capture. Weeks passed, and nuittiiess beini; restored, a jjreat dinner was given at the Trcmont House, R .ttoii. In the center of the table could be seen a pyramid, covered with a long tin cuie. Vhen the cover was removed and the glasses filled for the first toast, the ima-'c was uncovered, and there stood forth the figure-head of the C'onititution. to 'the creat astonishment of the guests. The facts I well remem ber, bein; present at tho time." A thrillin" incident was witnessed in Lewiston, 3Je., Saturday. : Jlie painters who are at work on St. Joseph's Church have raised a chain of ladders to the ton of the spire. While the workmen were at dinner some passers-by saw a man climbing the ladders, now and then wav ing his hat and uttering a strange shout. It became evident that lie was intoxi cated. The form was soon recognized as that of a drunken Lewiston rag man. He teemed impelled by an insane desire to reach the cross at the summit of the steeple. He mounted ladder after lad der. A crowd gathered. At timet the climber wavered, and all who saw him thought he would fall and be dashed to pieces. He gained the cross, put his hat on it, and then bean his descent. Two men went up and helped the fellow. But for this timely assistance he probably vt-ouia nave lallen. I he crowd watched with eager eyes until he reached the ground, !e and disordered, and stag gered off, after one delirious shout of ex- Itation. The Calcutta Knirlislnnsa . nublishes a repnrt of the death of a snake-charmer at Puddoopookur, entirely through over confidence in his power of handling with impunity a gooii-sizca coora. 1 he rep tile, it appears, was discovered in a shop by some natives, w ho were about to take measures for destroying it, when a man named Ghose, well known as a pro fessional snake-charmer, askoii t'uem not to do so, and volunteered to tame and subdue it. He hail managod to teizc it head with one hand and its tail with the other, nfter tho fashion of his tribe, and was in the act of putting it into an earthen "chally, when the snake sad denly turned and bit him on the left thumb. Kven then the man refused to be taken to the hospital or to be treated surgically, saying that lie could cure himself by the use of a remedy know ai mantras.- tins tio repeated, but his ef forts proved unavailing, anil ho finally expired auuuc an nour ami .1 hall alter the moment of the bite. The eotton crop now being gathered is the largest ever raised in the United States. I he estimate is seven million bales. In l!i) the yield was 0,5.S!,00l), and the largest up to that date. There was a falling oil' 111 lS'jl of more than a million bales, and nn estimated gain tbit year of nearly half a million. There is much complaint about the scarcity of cot ton pickers. The river improvements give permanent employment to so many namls that the supply for temporary pur poses is limited. Planters in some locali ties pay rates that enable eood nickers to make from three to four dollars per day. The cotton crop is not being produced at the expense of otjiel products. The grain crop is the largest ver 'produced iu the South, 'l'eias and Tennessee have raised wheat enough for their own needs, and throughout the South there is an unusu ally large crop of corn. ; They were looking out at the comet. and as he was fresh from college he called her attention to the beautiful arc made by the luminous 40,003,000 to 50,000, 000 miles tail. "But what is that arc, dear" she inquired with-1 a simplicity of ignorance which was so angelic that he answered with an illustration in the curv ature of his right arm which made the whalebone crackle, and when it was all over she said tu&t ue were just too kill ing for anything. A Vermont debating society will Uckle the question: " Which is the most fun-i to see a man try ta thread a needle or a nuiuw try vo artv Dailr' J .1, A 1 n -r n iii . 'i l to l ni. r'-?r. pe.'iMi' n trw 1 in -st. -i-uve ' I - . . r.in-h I nt ; i .1; -k 1 iniiii. 1 til' t, I.', mi '-o 11 . w . . r't - ti'-rtf i ! .1 ( )... 11 e l i 1- ' ; in I nt tin- mk'-l i f t !,- n t .1 it tin fpei'i'nu-ii w.i Vei v li m 1 I '! ; lelithriiMi 111 :i'i-f ji -i'i-: :i tin -t M,e i:'V n! n l 11 ti.-:i of --.'. I n e a t itsl of H.'V in :.S.r find --Iv. W ha 1 bvi.u wnnin "t '"C oi I n.i.i 1 ." eomrnny i-ir a 1 d vhih-'-n 1 r - f t U another in-ruon 11 i'.e t;n, I it the Mil! as small and n lili.-'.el ti;:.t t roiiti r part ( I he ijol.l and s.jhi-r s in the tailuw A n and e betivu mill has l eeli !vi:,d. and t ' 1 m linn 1 -y (now in ir-miai will ! -hiin-. ou r t I omo to day I Im tmnn i 4MI feet liigln-r thin Mount Duvidinri, and tin aieimii from whieli tile fti.-ay Km litcn ilimle was foiiml I'J.i feet lit-lnvr the sur face. t irinia t'hroniele. We have often luard i f liiii I 1. .1 1 . i.. rniiieu mun lue tiimn-i, out I, no never aen nn f-yn-w.tiiess to the ili -iioiiu n-jii until lat dk. S. 1. Thompson, one of our leading Jiraiiie planters, nssurc-s lis that 011 the r.'lli nl ttctolier l:i-,thesaw three lisli o! the purcli variety (all into Ins front yard during a shower of rain. Mr. Ihiunpsoii gatburtd up the li-b. which Here still alive, notwithstanding their long and r.ipi-1 journey through space lowarns me center or rravitv. ami. aftei sitisfyin himself that they were only ordinary pen-ii, placed them in an adjacent stream, where they swam oil as lively as if turraiieaa streams and not celestial vapors were their natural e!e ment. Mr. Thompson says that lie is not natural philosopher cnouga toexplain this strange occurrence, but that he is absolutely certain that the fish did fall from the clouds. fix. Antiuuitv or Wkavimi;. ArckawW- ical researches have shown indisputably that the art of weaving was practiced iu prehistoric times. It may even date back nearly to the creation of man. as 1 ragmen 1 3 of woven cloth have been fouud among the relics of the Lake Dwellers, whe aro supposed to have been about the first representative of tne human race. The Bronza age furnished sieuiiaens which placed the art above most others in degree of perfection, even fabrics of wool being found in the re mains of Denmark, Scandinavia and Eng land the remains of France and Switz erland yielding linen fabrics. The oldest historical reference to the art of weaving is furnished by the Bible. Job lamented that hi days were passing with the tleet ness of a weaver shuttle, and Joseph's coat attired in " vestures of fine linca." Votisg IX Casada. There are some good objects to be attained by the secrecy of the ballot, but they are defeated by the system of conducting elections, under which th poll are surrounded by par tisans from whom the voter bat to obtain hit ballot and in whose presence he has to cast it. - The method of voting in Canada, where the voter, passing from public elf lit, eaters a room where he is famished by an official with a ticket of each party, thence passes to a second room, where, unobserved, he selects the ticket he wishes tt vote and destroy the other, and then, entering a third room, deposits his ballot and passes out. is the best method extant for securing not only a secret bat a frea and inde pendent ballot. It ought to be adopted every wuere. 1 renton American. Tho Bronze is the king of iuriieys. In short, tuey are noted for tneir great size and rich, changeable bronze colors. They are always beautiful, are good forigers, and it costs little to raise them whore tn-sstnoppers . and insects 'e plenty. They are Xo. I layers, handy and easy to rai..e; iney make a very rapul growth, and if tho winter is not too hard or docs not set in too early, young gobblers will weigh twenty-five pounds by t'hri-tmai, or, that is, at about six months of age, ami hens thirteen or fourteen pounds. Turkeys, unlike chickens, grow ail win ter, ami make weight for the feed they consume. ' The Bronze do not fully get their growth until they are about three yearn old. At maturity hens weigh from fifteen to twenty pouuds, and gobblers from thirty to forty pounds each. It was the belief among the Poles that each month of the year was under the influence of a precarious stone. Thus: January was represented by a garnet, emblem of constancy and fidelity: Feb ruary, the amethyst, sincerity; March, bloodstone, courage and presence of miiwl; April, diamond, innocence; May, emerald, success in love; June, agate, health and long life; July, cornelian, contented mind; August, sardonyx, con jugal felicity; September, crysolite, anti dote against madness; October, the opal, hoptj -November, topaz, fedility, and DeoomW, turqttoije. These several stones were set in rings and other trinkets as prosents. . A man. was carrying a coon he had caught, when he met three little boyt in the road. All of them said excitedly and at once: " M inter: give 1110 that coon, give mo that 'conn, give me that coon, Mister." ' "Well, boys, I'll tell you what I will do. If you tell me the party you belong to and why, I'll give it to the boy who gives tho best reason for hit faith. "I'm a Republican, because that party saved the Unirm," said one. " I in a Ursenbacker, hecause that party is iu favor qf plenty of money." When the timet' of th third boy cnnie 110 snid: I am a Democrat, 'caso t want the coon. Jcw Orleans limes. t i told of au old Greek professional philosopher that when a wealthy citizen was conducting him through room after room iu his bout, wliero every inch of space was occupied by costly ornaments, he turned suddenly and spat iu his lioxt's face, explaining, by way of apology, that fie was expected to expectoralo, and that fy hd chosen tho only ppot which seemed t'o him mean enough for tho pur pose. ( London Spectapr NEW TO-DAY. ma I'MflW of (he JIM'S Q mrtrr licsinning July 1,1082, tin ft Ending Sept. 30, 1E82. Y"n:K i.s Hf llKllV oiM-fN THAT Till .( Viumiii tli. Proiwil.uf ih. Mints for ih qmrli ri-n lint .t-ii.ln -r J!l, lJ. r now dua 1 1 nvii. si ti urir of ti, A-..or, at iVmrt-hoimr. Tiii-Uw In n-rt to ttiwr ci)llfeJ-i will ba ilvrily rnforen. l i .l-.e.Oi t ,1, rOJ. ISSJ Jill. ins uoa-rMt. li!SEX511S; & t'i)., MAIN filUT, in . .IKV'Al'A IRL):X, STEEL, r.HLL. aud MINING 3UPPLLES, HOSE, BELTING, PACKING, . vv ih sronK. OAS-PIPB snad FITTNGst. UinotVOOD & WAGUX MATERIAL, SVSII, DOOR'S di BLINDS. P A IM S A OILS. Agricultural Implements, -STOVES, (IIOCIERV OltAHH TVltE, and HOI WE .CRN ISUIXO GOODS. 'l&aofacttrars of Cippor.Yul sad daeet-Iron War. PlnmLa Btsaia ana ua mun. TTEVDOFABTEBS FOB C04L OIL OI AST II and Dupont iSlaattce Powder and Call. rami t ase. WE KEEP FIRST-CLASS GOODS OSLTI We Bay for Cash and Sell for Cash. one pRirs to ali.ii Dar il'ir Mlnlair rianir-U rstioo of principal place of business Han Francisco. C.lllorTil. location of work. Jack rabbit Mining DUtrict, Lincoln county, ICev. ftouco ta axttoj siren tnat at a mMtlng of tbe Board of Directors, held on tho tents: day of November, ls&i an aaseaament (Ko.lli of Thirty Centa per abaro was levied npon tho capital utori of toe corporation, payable imBdutely m uniiea msrea goia coin, to IDA secretary, at me omce ot tne company, no. iti nna atreet. Koom M, an tranciaco Htocx fxebang, San Franctao. California. Any atock noon which this asaeasment shall remain nnpaia on tbe lvtm day of Dem- iter. 18Sj. will be delinquent, and adyertiaed for Bale at pnbltc auction, and nnleas payment ia made before will be sold on Vcniday. tbe 13 n day of January. 139. to pay tne delia- iiu'-nt asiveuinent tfltber with eoata of adver- niD2 mi expenses oi aale. ay order of tne ujard of uirectora. E. M. BALL. Secretary. Offlci So. 3;7 Pine Street. Room 'St. H. F. st k uouige, Han rraoeiaco, California. NOTICE. Land Office at Eorea,X?raU,) Oclo'r j. ltl. ( NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVES THAT THE following named aettler ha Bled notice of hi Intention to make final proof in support or nni claim, ana mat aaia proof win homage be'ore Hon. Jaiige H-nry Hives, at Pioche, No vvia. on Tneaday, Iecember Uth. ltt2. viz: Humetc-ad application 24. Henry ftchaefer, for ib- N W l of li, B it of HW . and sr t of SE 4 of Section 3i. Township C. eootta of nriK" si, tin u. it. l. lie Diinif tbe follow in witnesses to prove h ia c mlinuoua residence nii-n, and cultivation of. said land, viz: Jacob ':.ifs, of Piocbe, Linrnln Connty, Nevada, tlirmt. sshr.ieier. of Hiko. Lincoln Omnty, Nevsia; Abe Mackey. of Hiko. Lincoln County, Nevada: Jamea tiervn, of Pahranagat Valley, Lin-'iln Comity, Nevada. aliM F. U. HINCKLET, ReaUter NOTICE. To James Ktisas, ownrr tn the Hnrlw tr Mine, nl mated tn Kly Minine District. Lin coln cinnty, Htate of Nevada yoo ar hereby notified that there is due from yontbeanmof Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars on your in terest in tbe above named mine, whjch yon are hereby notified to pay immediately, together with tbe ooataof thia advertisement, otberwiae 1 atiaii claim forfeiture of your Interest in said mine, in cenfortnity with tbe acta of Con. greiia (Sec. fi, approved May ltttb, 1872. All peraona are ctulioncd aeainat parchaain the said interest, as he cannot under existing ctr camntances make a legal transfer. Hi-All M. ft A V ANATJOH. T Administratos Sale TW'OT'CE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON ll Monday, the 11th day of December. A. D. 1882, st 12 o'clock u. of that day, at tb Conn Houao door in Pioche. County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, the ranch known as "Bennetts MrriORs," aitaated on the road from Piocbe to Hiko, in aaid county and State, and belonvine to the estate of Eugene Shannon, deceased, will be aald at Public Auction to the hlgheat and best bidder. A tplendid property with good title. , J C. HENDERSON. nil ' Special Adminiatritor of aaid Eatate. Notice of Pendency of Suit- ACQOSTUS ALBniOHT. PLAINTIFF, Va. MAUY at. ALB'tlGHT, Defendant. -The aald Defendant will hereby take notice that suit has 1mm oommeBoel by said PlalntiO agalnat her. aaid Defendant, and is now peuding In the DiHtrict Court of th Sixth Judinial Dlatrict of the State of Nevada, In and for th County of LI no. In. to obtain decreed ssld Court dis solving the houj.of matrimony etlatlog be twoen said PlaiutifT and Defendant, and award. iac the cuakHly of th minor child to ssld Plaintiff, t-id that if said defendant does not op ar and make ilefenaa oa th Cirat day of t i Jenuirj 'I' rm of aaid Court, A. D. legs, said s K will be heard and decided St that term. Uv order of tlia nil Jvoos or iaid Cocit. t1-tX tl GRAM CLOSING OUT We Mean Business ! ! ANB MO HUMBUG. Preparatory to Removal we give notice to tho peonlc 1 Z ierand 8UrJounding c"try, that from this day ou vc shall dispose of our stock of y 1 CLOTS2ITC, BOOTS, SHOES, CAHFETS, ETC., iT PRICES Mm BEFOSE EQiULEfl K PI3!IIE, Goods and Clothing Departments, and Z nt J We will offer Special Inducements to our customer- our stock must be sold in that space of time. U"t0'ntr3' as WE8TDEI1IER & (iElK. WUtlLZSALt AS EETAU OEAX.CBS IS STATIONERY, ' school books, inks, pens PERIODICALS AND ! NEWSPAPERS j Oy ALl, KflfDS. Imported and Domestic CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY, ETC. A3iNTS rot- Eureka Daily Sen inel, AKD ALL 0ALIFOBN1A AND HtVAD Dsllle dallireI oy Carrier to any pa i of Town MAIN STREET, OPPOSITK HEAD. OVI VALLEY PIOCDB, NEV. n-ti , THE SAN JOSE HOUSE - - .1 yylLL BE OPENED APUILlat, 1H77, AS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL ' la til rsspact. . ; '' , ': The 1 sola will be beauDnllfd with the heat the market affords and no efforts will be apart d to make every thing eomforiablrfor permanent and trsnsient boarders. The houae la ttior onhly renovsted sndwell famished throaith ont and is tt)s orjly house Iq fioi;he supplied Prices la Salt tb 1'lme. ; MB3. JA8. PEABBON, 'T3l-tf Proprlptres. Oct your Job Work rloii at lb n.wwrd" Ofllvw. ;-- '-"Wn AND tUiTUlUj, SaAiHiS! .T., ' j A ,ot ' j WW Oflip, MsUiCfflBS j Kb-ju!,, hkmh Scapj, .AC... j-AXl Toilet ArtJciea, -. -ai sua.. LOWEST P0SSIET.; FBICI. j ManM ti ttr., .Vfmir Pmt,arm I ' tsalown. i CHAS. STEIRt. HATS 8TBEET, PIOCHE, XKVADA. Doolor lu WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS. ' TIIE-r .. PAIJAOA SLOOK la Blocked wltli (be Best ol Liquors and Ciaars. PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Malta 8treet, I'loihe : Louis Kleine, Proprietor, 18 PUKH1BHINQ A BDPEEIOB AKTICI.E 1 OF Lager Beer In Quantities In ault, at the Lowe.t Kate. Adjolnlnr; Camps Hupplled on WHO It T XOTICB. for Hill. Heads. I etter-Heaila, Tarda Vouchera, and all ktnda of Job Print inB, niiher l-'iinry or Plain, apply t the Heeord Otto.