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PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD, Published every Sstur&sy by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. THE PIOCH MISCELLABE0U8. fif .If-! aUf'J SOTICE TO SHIPPERS. DLL 1 1 ; 4 ,1 01'tk.t.s opposite old fellows' hall, main strekt. terms Subscription, One Voir, by my Mail M Subscription, Six Mouths ii Notts forwarded till paid for. 1 THE FKCOHI) Is delivered hi Pioche. ard Hull luuvlllo nt 25 cents per work, payable to thw Carrier;.. All persona having bUHiueHH with thin olUi-o ard reqiH-eted to address the Bkcoud PrnusHiNu Uoxpamy. We have no autnorisea Agents, a strange mnATi'HE, Mr. Fniini, sitvs tlie New York .Sua, is now cxliiliitinjj nt tlio J'oynl Aquarium in London, a strange liairy little cratturo iiamcil Knui. Kmo U ilosmlieil as 11 very I n ight looking, intelligent girl of about seven yen's of nje. She was caualit, ac cfuiiinj; ti tlio ncetmnt given of lier by Mi. Fariui, in the forest near Laos, iu Southeastern A!u, anil brought to En ilitnil by Carl Mock, a Norwegian. Hear ing in various qtitirters of the existent of a r ice of hairy-tailed men similar in iilieariiK-u to u family kept at the Court of MaruliUy, lie "o!Vvil a reward for tlos vipttire of a specimen. A Bian was caught, trie! with' Mm the child now exhibited, i.hc, ii rus.BMo: -iimilur f.fiiM-arniice then ..Howo hi-.-ii to be tk'iu. When the . Itul to altrftiiir-u to . a:iw W f.rents called her back villi a plaintive cry, " Krao," and the call has been adopted ua her name. The father died at Laos of eholera, and the King refused to let the mother go; but Mr. Bock succeeded in getting the child to Bankok, and obtained Permission from the King of Siam to take her to England. The eyes of the child are large, dark, and lustrous; the nose is flattened, the nostrils scarcely showing; the cheeks are fat and pouch like, the lower' lip only rather thicker than is usual with Europeans; but the chief peculiarity is the strong and abun dant hair. On the head it is black, thick and straight, and grows over the forehead down to the heavy eyebrows, and is continued in whisker-like locks down the cheeks, The rest of the face is cu&!d with line, dark, downy hair, the shoulders and arms have a covering of hair from an inch to an inch and a half loup. There is, it is said, a slight length ening of the lower vertebra?, suggestive of a caudal protruberance, . and there are points in the muscular conformation and otherwise which will provoke discussion. Krao has already picked up a few words of English. She is said to be of a frank, affectionate disposition, and shows truly femenine delight in her clothes, jewelry and ribbons. Mr. Farini exhibits her as " the missing-link." The New York Herald, in its sketch of Untnbetta's life, has the following: " The Gambetta family, imbued with all the superstitious religious fervor for which the lower classes of French and Italians are celebrated, decided that their son should not be brought up to a com inercial life, but educated to the priest hood. So young Leon Cambotta was sent to the parish school to learn his let ters and prepare to enter the seminary of Moutaiilian. Before, however, this im portant epoch iu his life was reached, the child met with aw accident which was destined to entirely modify his character and temperament and to exert the great cut influence over the whole tenor of his lite. One day, when only eight years old, while looking at a cutler boring holes iu the hamllo of a knife with a dvill fast ened to an old broken foil by a piece of v&tgut, this ruilu machine gave away by reason uf tuo great tension, and the brok en foil struck the right oyu of the child with great force, perforating the cornea, Tliese are the real facts of the cau and tlio tale told about young Clamhetta put- ting out lii right eye voluntarily with a iiiiiie, in onier to lie removed from the seminary which he ulihorrsd, is en tii'ly a fiction," I' rank buiiuul, a (.'oluimlq dieml of ours, says that tlie big blow ma.ii) about New Monica in ncftry all ifl ,aW only one mine ami lie was u Urn go for ever u nioiitu. 1 here him been nq work iun tQ develop mines. A momiiiiim. of rocks j pniitiilcrcd nil nscssment ami Iiuhis it cimm or a year. If a man nimbi be lucky enougli to stumble on twin, It 1 a ,mu thing for bummer to prove that voiuv one ImJ lil ot rocki Ml the ground, That country j, filled mill the l;tit net of biing on the face bf the earth, And finally, that a man who would leave the poorest part of roloraJu fur t I'M bent jmi't of Kw Mo Ivii, L, W Hiwiv biniui tliw, iipUr VOL. XXV. child iscibatiox. The report of suiiiu remarkable experi ments iu so-called artificial child incu bation conies from France. The (llasgow Mail says that the immense success which has attended the artificial incubation of chickens in Franco recently attracted the attention of Dr. Tavcrnier. a learned and ingonuous physician, lie was attached to a hospital for foundlings, and was an noyed at the large number of foundlings who died within the first six mouths of their life. The majority of those ad mitted to the hospital wore weak and sickly, and he resolved to try what " ar tificial incubation" would accomplish if applied', to infants. 'The doctor con structed a child incubator on precisely the model of the ordinary chicken incu bator. It was a box with a glass slide, furnished with a soft woolen bed, and kept at a temperature of eighty-six de gives Fahrenheit, by the aid of hot water, lie selected as the subject uf his first ex periment a miserably made infant, one that had eoine into the world at an in judiciously early period. ' This infant u as plr.c?il in tlio incubator, and although it had been u preternatural!' sleepless cMlu. it fiMil; into a dsp and quiet The ji.'ih', ..remeiuftd in the iusubator bent eight weeks, during which time it never cried, and never remained awake except when taking nourishment. It grew rapidly, and when, at the ex piration ot sixty days, it was removed from the incubator, it presented the ap pearance of a healthy infant of at least a year old. Delighted with the success of the experiment. Dr. Tavernier next selected an ordinary six-months-old in fant addicted to the usual pains and colio and exhibiting the usual fretfulness of French infants. This child conducted itself while iu the incubator precisely as its predecessor had done. It never cried; it spent its whole time in sleep, and it grew as if it had made up its mind to embrace the career of a giant. After a six weeks' stay in the incubator it was removed and weighed; during this brief period it had doubled its weight It bad become so strong and healthy that it re sembled a child three years old, and it could actually walk when holding on to a convenient piece of furniture. These two experiments satisfied Dr. Tavernier of the vast advantages of artificial child incubation. He immediately proceeded, with the liermissiou of the hospital au thorities, to const u ret an incubator of the capacity of 400 infants, and in this he placed every one of the 360 infants who were in the hospital on the 10th day of February last. With the exception of one who died of congenital hydrocephalus, and another who was claimed by its repentant par ents, the infants were kept continuously in the incubator for six months, when they were removed in consequence of having eutsrrown their narrow bed. The result will seem almost incredible to per sons who are unfamiliar with the repiv tat ion of Dr. Tavernier, and have not seen the report made to the French Gov eminent by a select committee of twelve. The average nge of the infants last Feb ruary wa 8 months and 3 days the youngest living loss than 12 hours old, and tlio eldest not more than 11 inenths. Their average weight was sixteen pounds, and only one of the entire 300 having at tained a weight of thirty-two pounds, At the end of six months of incubutiou the average weight of each infant was twenty-four pounds, aud there was not one who would not have been supposed by a casual observer to be at least three years -M, In other words, six mouths of nrtilluial Incubation did as much in the way of developing Ur, Tavernier' found lings as three years of ordinary lifo would have done, Thu infants were strong am healthy as well m big) they walk within week of leaving the inoubatur, and molt of thorn have since learned to talk, These results surpassed Dr, Tar rnier'i most enthusiastic expectations, ami there can be nu doubt that hi )' tern of artificial child incubation will be adopteij not only in Fwe, but in "very private family throughout the civiisi worhl- A niau ihoiiH Ve careful never to toll tuloi of hinmull to hi own disadvantage people may be amused and laugh at the time, but they will be remembered, imj brought vp against him on some inbsu quout occasion. --Johnson, 4 pL'ture ii jwii w'thut H' PIOCHE. NEV.. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3. MISCELLANEOUS. TUTT'S p1 n ii Pll E ( 1 In Boa' SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER Loss of Appetite, Bowels costive, ' Pain in the Head, with a dull acc aation in the back part. Fain under . the Shoulder blade, fullness after eating, with a disinclination to ex ertion of body or mind, Irritability1' of temper, Low spirits, with a feeU in of i oat Inest avinir neglected some duty, Wei " csruinii, Asizsizieu, naneruiff at the heart, Dots before the eyes, Yol- low bkin, Headache treneraay over the right eye. Restlessness, with fit ful dreams, highly colored Urine, and CONSTIPATION. ' r ii smwsmis a m -TUTT'S PILLS are espelallr aa&ptrd to such rases, one iloae ef fects audi a chanae or fceliiur ss to astonish the sunrrer. Tney lueremae tlie Anpetlte,aiiA esuae the body to Take oat Flesh, tliwi the y im U nourished, und bv their Toule . Action on the ltiiceatlTe Organs. Ut( ulaur Bltoola are protlm-eU, irle 0b ceuls, 35 IWurrar St.. IV. V. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Gut lUra om WmKrKRj rh azure to a Guusr BrArc hj a si lisle application ur this Die. ic im jart an&tiiml color. Aculns-aatnn?ou. receiptor.. .SI.OO. OFFICE, Sit MIT KM AY 3T,, IV. T. tMhl Kmlf U nil. bt aaallfitl ELk ui ku.:U. mr A. ADELMAN, WHOLESALE AND BBTAIL BUTOHB XI. PROPRIETOR PEOPLE'S MAEKET, j SSKADOW VALLEY ST.. PIOCHE. MAIX STREET, ROYAL CITY. MAIN STREET, BRISTOL MIXLa UIHTH1CT. AT BACH OPTUS ABOVE P LACK 8 WILL always be foaad the beat sssertsssstal BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL Particular attention cii.i in r.mii. 1-r.aa. Allorderafor Meats. etc., atteaded to promptlj mju win, uiapaicu. Jo-r A. ADELMAN. -Da Cat C.avlsW!sll9 STONE aTORIC LOWEH MAIN HTKKhlT WHOLESALE CASD3 RETAIL DEALER MlfW as&: Groceries. Provisions Powder, Fuse, aud GENERAL MECHANDISE' oia-tf W. E. GRIFFIN, BANKER and STOCKBROKER, WEIL8, FARGO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., mtuNuACTg A OKNERAL BANKINti UCs' X IN litis, tleposita rauelved aa lrB4a count 01 uurimoaios issued taersiur , Esohtug drawn on all the prluctpsl cltlua o the lUtlt4 SUtas, Uausds suit Kuroi Will uurchsks Sllvoi and CruJa nulliono mskeaiivsuceionssius ud sltlo (m uwuar't aovouut, Miuing, Batlroaii snd all sltids of Stoo Ujus1iUu4ij14ou Oouwiasiou, I,ou tu4 A lvsuoei mads on Hluukai lsa Ulvtdttuit.Uoiiiiuled u AssvssiunulD C-im. oasausstn Fftuelu, Ul. s lro4wy, Kuf Veil. C(Vt, ALHSN, Kii, Wllllsm tt,int,Lju4uu r-uj.,; HBlwlll, F.r.ot (Ju, QVflOH Iu WolU, rig4 fe i i Iraej ,Plnoh,Hvsd. Oo'f Building n-M f tn fiT mr 4y tt 1m ma. fSniuply worth fi J IU qiAUImi. 'Nr (tTliuSla) UK-i f MISCELLANEOUS. MONOPOLIES Parties have been enquiriuK ot us, "How it is thai we sell our Hoods so Cheap " The snawea la, "That we Buy our goods for .Cash, and Bel for Caah." Thla is a aaliatactor J ronuuUruni ts the purohaaers as well as to ourMlres "Quick 8al and Huiall Profits," It our motto, and don't you forget that: and from herealtrr wa hall gradually increaae our stock of ;dhy-ooods. Ill CHINOl Swiss, PiqvKS, MARSEILLEN, TRIMMINGS, KM. IIKOIDERIBS, RIBBONS, AND LA.CBHI OP ALT. DESCRIPTION. .' ALHO Clothing, Boots, Shoes Hats Jewelry & Optical Cooda. A ad other artlelea toe mu- m.rons to ot.atloat. Therfore be at ease sad we will rtisaia with i yon till the laet man leases Piocbs. Aaagood j many bare beo oomplaining about our lesrlo( j thiacamp for Oalitornia.asve intended at flrat, hut for the kind patronage which we hT.r-, ceivediu the last four inotitlia from the people j oi riocne ana lid vicinity, w. nmmm w igiraii ; elusion to stay hern and share its fate. Onr staying here will indeed be to the purchasers advantage, as onr motto ia, Lire and Let Live." Do net let yourselves go astray, provided yon mtaa onr place. Consequently the calamity enow orer, lor we will a lay nere to pinse tna nubile. MonoDolT must be wined oat so lone a' we are here, and be convinced of the troth. We will aril goods on the same basis aa we hare done heretofore. Goods sold strictly for casta sad one price tv all. Kfusjmner ins s-iaro. H. BTMAN. flltf Mali Street. Pioehe. Ke. j. :mm i 10, MAIS STRK1T. ' P!OCBE... NstVADA IMPORTERS AND DEAIjH3R.S m IRON, STEEL, MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, HOSE, BELTING, PACKING, NAVAL STORES. UA8.PIPR aad FITTlfGS. HARDWOOD Ai WAGON MATERIAL, SASH. DOORS a BLINDS. PAINTS OILS. Agricultural Implements, STOVES. CR6CKERV glass ware, aad HOCSE JI RN IB BIN'S GOODS. Manafsctnrsrs of CuEper.TlB and Sheet-Iron Wars. Plani be Steam sad Qaaritters. TTEADOCABTEBS FOR COAL OIL GIATI II snd Dupost Blasting Powder sod Call. fornla tuae. WE KEEP FIRST-CLASS GOOD9 OXLTI We Eu for Oash and Ball for Oaah ONE PRICE TO ALL! I HESPERIAN Drue: Store. LARGE AND CAREFDLLT SELKCTED aamrtment of FRESH DRUGS -ASD- TOILET ARTICLES ALWAYS ON HAND. THIS IS THE PLACE TO UUV WOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES, PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately Compounded AT ALL ROVES, JOHN SHIER, Mala Street, Pl.eu., ouuo.lt aiouH, TONSORIU EMPORIUM, -FOR - -4NP- FASHJONABLB HAIR OUT, -C1Q T0 Ppyol III, f atlaSos. NO. 21 (JOB PEINTING. JOB PRINTING! PIOCHE REC0ED NEWSPAPER AW- JOB .PRINTING MAIN STREET, Ploobe, Xtfe-v TksatUaUMsf Msrsassts sad Mlslag Com. pasias st Aeatkers Isrsds snd Soatb. wpsiirn Ctsk U ami Lad Is tastsot that JebPrlstlsgef sveryllscripuos it ssa st the Ksoean Orrios In elagast style tad si the LOWEST PRICES. BaslataiCaras, Ws4Ala Carets, lecter.lieaav, SUl.B.,4 rs sassslins. Assay Hlaah Crssrraaasnsa MaaJbttla Psstart, etc. A MO ALL KIND OF J ANSI AMD PLA1H A. JsbPrlnttasdens artt-clsia style and stssortsotUs; SHVI. 'Jti A CALL KsMsUcMv f aiaais.4 Is ail easts, PMJUWU HUWLHMrVw FUe.l41.) 18S3. W.D. Stewart & Co., Terminus Eureka L PaTis.de Uroid, HAVING PUT ON A LINK O? FltEIGH Teams to run between Eureka and Ploclia are now prepard to Forward goods with dispatch u ... PIOCHE, BRISTOL, WARD, HAMILTON, ANDAI.L OTHER PLACKN. All gooda from Kan Trancitro and the W.yi thould be aqipped , , Via E. & P. R. R., And they will hi delivered promptly and Iu Shorter Time than by any other route, suMtf - 0. W. STEWART CO. Application or a Patent No. Til a. VsiTin States Lsd Omc v. ' Kun.1 u. Nevada. July IS. IhtfJ. 0TICE Ii HRBKBY OIVTN THAT Janet Neahttt ami Oeorre Xmhltt. whoa Do.t. oilice address ia I'lnliv, Navada, liave llii. day lllrd tlirir appllratinu fur a patrnt for Uv ei-rna of non-aaliinral laiiu lo tie known as tli. Condor MilUile. aituatrd iu l.iniolu (ously and Stale uf N'rvails. and drsitliated by 111. Urld nolra aud ollictal plat ou file iu tbia ofnt-e as Lot NuuiWr :n. in 'lnwu.lilp i fuutb of raiwe ii. Mnniit biab.u M..-ii..,.n. il,, eiieilui' tt.iuuutrif s tf a.U Lui i . .T beu.,1 . follows, to wit: Beillnliintf at a pt inalVeil No. t, IIS Hnrvey No, 37, whem-e IlieW one. fourth post of Mm-97, TownthipJ. M, oflane 1:8 K. Warn S 8 ili j( 15 mm W (rrt. and (lie h E ot.rurr of tlie stone rabin at lh month uf fVluijor laujuli. lH-trn K if lieg W i'.'O feet, tuein- vuuhIhk lt .-wrre. N di-K E W4 fret to'poMuisrlierl Hoi, TIM Survey Ho 37, from which post lue esiose-atack il the Condor Mill bears S 6 deg W CS feet; thence, 2nd eouire S75des; 80 mln B 330 feet to post marked Ko 3 C a Survey No 37 ; thence, 3rd course, S It de g E 132 feet to post marked Xi,V8 Survey No 37. thence, tin course. 8 82 drg 16 min wis fret to poet marked No 1,1 I Survey Mo 37; uience om roqrae, a in aec w ov. leetio post marked No, US Survey No 37: thence, fith course, N 15 dpf W 26? feet, to the place of beginning, post Ko 1, containing 4 SO-ltO acres. Btaimetio variation, 16 deg JCast. The location of this Millalte ia recorded In the Recorder's office of Lincoln County, Ne vada, in s book of mining notice, page 312. Then are no adjoining claims. Any snd al 1 persons claiming adversely any portion of said uondor M mails or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register ot the United States Land Office at Eureka, ia the State of Nevada, during the slxtydays period of publication hereof, or they will be bsrrvd by -virtue of the provisions of the Statute. r. a. hwc i.rif, negister . It is hereby ordered that the foregoing aotlt of application for patent bo published for the ginod of tan consecutive weeks. In tbs Ploch icono, s weekly newspaper, published st Pioche. Nevada. JXiMOd F. H. HINCKLEY, Register. SherifTa Sale. sweawsa- BY VIRTUE OF AH EXECUTION 1BSI Ih out of the Sixth Judicial District Con . In snd for the County of Lincoln. State of Ne vada, and to ms directed and delivered, for s tudgment rendered in said Court on the 4th of September, A. 1. 18811, in favor or Joseph Kisea mann snd agalnat John Kinney snd wife, for tbe sum ot four hundred and seventy 76-K0 dollars, debt, together with two 26-100 ($2.26) dollars, tax coat, and all scorutug costs snd In terests, I have levied on the following property, to wit: One ten-horse power, I balance wheel, 1 bar ley cracker. 4 tumbling rods. 1 jack belt, at Jan. Butler's ranch in Pahranagat Valley, Lincoln County, Nevada. One Separator, st Biko, Lin con County, Nevada. One Buckeye reaper and mower combined, 1 IlcConulck, mower, 1 Si Fish wagon, the running gear of 13V wagon with three wheels, 1 bellows 1 vise, 1 anvl, 1 grindstone, 1 screw plate. 1 awedge hammer, 1 square, 1 rasp, 3 Ales, 1 one-horse lronaile wagon, I pitch forks, 1 wheelbarrow, 1 14-lucu blow, 1 mowing scythe, 4 mare males one mouse-color, branded "h" on right thigh and Won right shoulder: ore black, no brand, tail broke down; one dun, branded snd vented "A C" on left shoulder aud thlph; snd one bay, branded "M" on left aide of neck and 1 double sets of harness, st Thompson's ranch, in Pah rahagat Valley, Lincoln County, Nevada. Notloe ia hereby given that on Batardar. the S3d day of ftentember. A. D.1H82, beginning at the honrof 19 o'clock af.of that day. I will sell all the right, title and Interest of said Kinney and wife in and to the above described property, at the above named places in Patarauafiat Valley, Lincoln County, Nevada, st public auction, tor cash in hand, to the highest and beat bidder, tuaatiafy said execution and all costs. O. P SHFRWOOD. Sheriff. liy 8. D. Surra, Deputy Sheriff. aelstd Administnnos Sale NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, the 11th day of December, A,I. 1882, st 12 o'clock st. of that day, at the Court House door in Pioche, Uonnty of Lincoln, State of Nevada, the ranch kuuwn aa "Btimelts Springs," situated ou the rnad from Pioche to Hlko.in said county aud State, and belenglrg to the estate of Eugene Shannon, deceaetil, will be sold at Public Auction to the highett and beat bidder. A tpleutlid properly with si oil tltla. J. 0.HINDEBSON, jl Special Adinlnietrilor of said Estate. Notice to Creditors. NOTICE 18 HFREVY GIVES BY THE I'N DKIlrtlONEU, Adrainl.trstor of the Fatal of 8, Code, deceased, to the creditors of, sud all persons having claims sgalnst said de ceased, la exhibit the same, with the necessary vouohers, wttlitu four mouth, from the first pub. Iloatlon of tbla notice, to the undersigned, at the taw Office ot Thompson Campbell, lit Pioche, County of Lincoln, state of Nevada, ssby order BUtli Ptslrtct Court, duly tuids ou tbs Ilk day of October. A. I, lm J. O. P. 811 tB WOOD, Admlnlsltstor, Plttd PlooUo, November 4, !M2, To Jainss Keennn, owner In tbs Surlau Mine, situated iu My Mluiug District, Liu coin oounly, State of Nevada, you srs hereby notified that luero ia due I'rom yon the sum of Two Hundred aud Fitly Dollars on your in tarest iu the above usmed mlns, wltluh you sr hereby uuttfiad tn psy liumedlstsly, togstbtr with tbe units of thi. adverllMiuent, otberwlts I shall claim forfeiture of yoar iuteteat In aid wine, iu eauforiuity with Ilia sots oICoii. gresslSeu.fi), approved May loth, JM7I. All persons are cautiuued tuaiiist purchasing Iks Mid luternt, as lie rtniiot under sitting clr. cumstancai niaks Irgal transfer. . " Si. KAVAMAQQll. inQAWKitK. IDs ill II boui.ee.llrmt.s. i m I! tp i PI'S! ' ft'tV, IV. ; it Und sl.ihs.