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PKblifLrd every feature. by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. JFFIC2: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL, MAIX STREET. TKRMSi Subscription, One Year, by my Mail (5 Subscription, n Mouths.. . $3 'Vom forwarded till paid for.l THE RECORD Is delivered In Pioche rd Bulltonvllle t 2! cants per week, payable to the Carriers. All persons hiving business with this office are requested to address the Recoud PuiiLisioNa Company. We have no authorized AKents. TI1E "MUM" SOCIABLE A Kill isainkee Mnn Experiences Hon or its iaiea.aviaiifa.ro. Peck's Ban. " Lend me your revolver," said a young man, with his nose skinned, his eyes blackened, and his white necktie around under his ear, and one tail of his drcs coat torn off, as ho came into a West Side saloon, with his overcoat on his arm and his overshoes in his hand, and his clotbe3 all covered with snow. " What's the matter with you !" said the bartender, looking ugly at him. " D.o you suppose that I am going to lend you a revolver to kill somebody, and then be arrested for being an accessory ? Not much! But what's the matter? You look as though you came out of a win dow. Was anything the matter with the door ? The young man took a wet towel and sopped the blood off his nose, then went to a mirror and fixed bis necktie and turned his back and looked in the glass to see if his absent coat-tail showed much, and then went and baned on the bar, and looked at the bartender for a mo ment and said: "You look like a man that can be trusted, and whose advice it would be safe to follow in an emergency, and I will tell you about this murder that I contemplate, and maybe you can give me some points, as you have no doubt mur dered many people. The trouble is right here. Our lodge is to give a ' mum SO' cm tins evening, lou know what a mum social is. Young people go to a house and sit around all the evening and Keep tbeir mouHis 'sfiut, ancTnever say a word till a signal is given; then they all make up for lost time and talk for all that's out. (Is my nose bleeding yet? Thanks.) They wanted me to go, and I just came from there. That is, I came from the house next door. You see went to the wrong house and rung the bell. A man in his shirt-sleeves came to the door and said ' Good evening;' but I wasu't going to be caught speaking be cause you have to pay a forfeit if you speak. 80 I just walked right in and pulled off my overcoat and hung it up, and hung inv hat on the rack. The man looked a little bit annoyed, but he asked me if the weather was not softening up a little. I smiled, but didn't say anything aud walked into the sitting-room. I thought I was the first one there, and I felt very awkward. The man watched me pretty closely, and finally he said I had the advantage ot him; and I smiled aain, but didn't say anything. Now that I think of it, I noticed that he un buttoned his shirt-sleeves and began to roll them up. I did not think of it at the time, but his arms were as big as my legs. He asked me to what circumstance he was indebted for the honor of this visit, and I thought he was trying to get me off my guard so I would speak, when they would have the laugh on me; so I smiled one of my best two-for-a-quarter smiles, and looked at him as much as to say, ' You can't play any of your games on the undersigned. I think he was the crosscst man I ever saw, and I woneered what made the committee have the mum sociable at his house. I thought it was time some of the rest of the crowd were coming, and I got up and went to the window to look out, whou the man came up behind me and hissed in my ear 'What is your little game, any way Well, I wasn't going to speak, and give myself away, so I looked at him sort of impudent, as much as to say: "Oh, go and chase yourself around your feet,' and then I thought lightening had struck me, He took mo by the throat with one hand. and by the vicinity of the coat-tail with the other hand, and he choked me no my tongue ran out; and his wife screamed and said: 'Don't kill him,' and the man hustled me out into the hall, and opened the front door, and he picked me u ooiiny, ana threw me out into a snow bank five feet deep. I struggled a little going out of the door, and run my nose against the door-casing, and I guess he Krgotto let goof tny coat-tail when IHEJOCIf VOL. XXVI. r PIOCHE. NEV.. SATURDAY. MARCH 30. 18S3. went out. I struck head first in the snow, and before I could dig my head out the deor closed, and I couldn't ex plain my conduct to the man. t I was so mad I could not have explained anyway. Just as I got out of the snow ( bank and hook myself the door opened, and the man threw out my overcoat and hat and overshoes, and he told his wife to hurry' up with the shotgun, and he, would, take me on the fly 1 as I weht'over the fence. Well, I didn't wait for no shotgun, but grabbed my coat and things and down the street on a gallop. ' I met a lot of young people going up, and as I turned the corner I saw them going into the next house to the one -that I visited, and that was the first I knew of my mistake. Now, what I want is for you to tell me hether I-'had better shoot that man or kill him with a club. I was raised in the South, aud uiy warm Southern blood ill not stand any such treatment." KlSSINtt ST PKCERMTI) m 1 I think most people imagine it must be dark, solemn, ancient-looking place, but it is nothing of the kiud. There .is no dim, religious light," there are no ob scure corners into which one must peer carefully to discover, bidden Veaiurc3 -of art. St. Peter's is light in every part, and bears'' few marks of 'age 'compared ith most of the churches in Home, and it is a most satisfactory place ' to visit, because, whether the day be sunny or stormy, hot or cold, the .light ii' always tod, and the atmosphere never changes from an agreeable, even temperature. was not long iu discovering . tho famous bronze statue of St. Peter, fliich,t by the way, wa never intended to' represent him at all, the best authorities, now agreeing that it was meant for Jupiter, But, however that may be, this very rude and inartistic figure has long done duty as representative head .of the Church, and on this first and all my sue- ceding visits there was a sort of fascina tion for me in watching the never-ceasing stream of people doing " honor'to the statue. .v: (-1 r St Peter aits on a fine marble throne placed' against the last column on tlie right side of the nave; one' foot 'is ex tended so as to be in reach of the faith ful, and upon the great 'toe bar been imprinted so many kisses that .the origi nal digit was long ago worn away, and the new one in gilded bronze will'proba bly, in its turn, be renewed in the course efafew hundred years . if tho oscillatory practice be kept up so long. It is a sight to behold; old man and maidens,' young men and childern, high and low, rich and poor, one. with another, up they all march, give the sacred toe a little dab with hand or handkerchief; 'bestow the' kiss and travel on, evidently .with the pleasing formed, princess consciousness of a duty per A filthy, ragged beggar, in velvet and sealskin, a bare. footed Franciscan monk, a long string of little school boys, some of whom must be lifted up -by the bigger ones.or the priest in charge. I siw all sorts and conditions kissing that world-renowned toe, and did my own embrace of it vicariously Rome Cor. Philadelphia Bulletin, Senator Edmunds, the new acting Vice-President, it is - understood, will only retain the office until next Decern ber, when he will give way for Senator Anthony. Senator Edmunds has the general reputation of being a man of mod earte means. The reverse of this is true, He has an inoome ranging from $75,0 JO to $100,01)0 a vear. His salary as Sena, tor is $5,000 a year. He receives a salary of 80,000 a year as counsel lor tne v er- mont Central Kailroad Company. . iliere is not a single important case brought to the Supreme Court that does not first go to him for an opinion, r or tnese opin ions he receives sums' varying lrom So, 000 to $10,009. This spring he vent to New xork and made an argument in two cases. His fees in each case was $10,. 000. When Matt Carpenter died he had in nana an me complicated cases grow ing out of French - claims md the litiga tion of the cable companies in this coun i ,, . i i i i try. When Carpenter found he was coins th die he notified these companies, Thev asked him to name his successor, He said Senator Edmunds was the only man who could take chanre of the com plicated 'details of the cases.. It is said on good authority that Mr Edmunds, after Mr. Carpenter's death, received $100,000 in retainers from the Cable com panies. Mr. Entnundstis to-day worth at least $500,000. Washington Sunday Herald. Georgia claims to have contributed the word " bogus " to the American vocabu lary, the adjective having its origin in' a land lottery conducted by Willian A. Bogus, who succeeded in swindling nearly everybody in Augusta, before he decamped to Arkanaas. .,, j4 ,,1,1 .. MISCELLANEOUS.. TUTTS: SYMPTOMS OF A' TORPID LIVER Loss of Appetite, Bowels ooetiTS, Fain in the Head, with a dull sen sation in the back part, Pain under the Shoulder blade, fullness after atlngr, with a disinclination to ex ertion of body or mind, Irritability ef temper, Low spirits, with a feel insj cf having neglected some duty, Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at ' the heart, Dots before the eyes, Yol- i low Bkin, Headache generally over the right eye. Restlessness, with fit- . fui dreams, highly oolored TJrine, ', " COfTiPjmON. , TTJTT'S I' ILLS sure esrertalljr flkanntcrt to audi cases, one tose fr i fect such a clisniia of feeling ma to astoni.U the sulierrr. Tnev 1 ucrpnse the A n tactile. nnri cnuu , the body 10 Taue on flesh, thus tl o nV, m uuu, iMiivn, una iiv tnoir a 01110 Action on the ligestive Orleans, Kric nlar Stools nre produced. l"i 1 -e & cuuu. TUTT S HAIR DYE. ORATHArBonWmsxinis chntyro to a OixsT Slac K by a tinslo application of this Die. It imports anatural color. Actslnatautnncolis ly. grid by lirutr-lsla, or scut by cxpruta ua roce::nf...Sil.OO. . . . irTr- KTrnn a v c:.yi ht vt f Br. TITTY, am. UofTMuairIntori.ilpMia it t.IJltal:etlpulllb.lIlll l:.voM,ilU, A.A.DELMAN, tl WHOLESALE .-i ,ASD BKXAIL.,. TP tt m j i Tf tn tc ( i PROPRIETOR ! or THE HElDOWymET ST.. PIOCHB, MAI.V STKEET. ROYAL CITY, WAI. STKKKr, BltlSTOL. iUININO DHI?KICT. tXilf. -3 - ' t r,:Vi.ii tf i'j i- ; t- -,'-.l ' . -1 A1 T BACH OF XUB ABOVE PX.AOBS;WILL auray bs fotmiUliatisst asaarttaestof BEEF., "t.i,'Mi ,j;.3 r. MUTTON."' - and VEAL FaHHiniaT'aMratioo said tn FsmtW Trsdc. Allordarafor Heatsietc., attended to pramptlj and with dispatch, i j , -.;!, jaS-tf t v ' ii A. ADEL,MA!.-J D. C- CLARK, STONE STO'fiSia MAIN STUEET .WHOLHSALS .1 IAKD 111 U MM,' RETAIL DEALER Groceries', iP?! V 5 ',: Provisions it , Powder, GENERAL MECHANDISE1 W. E. GRIFFIN , BANKER and STOCKBROKER; ':, i a ' ';.' i ' m :.. ! T. ' : .-' i . ' ft' J WELLS, FAR CO & CO., ! ;v ' PIOCHE,' NEV.,',,"';' TQANaACTS A QENGBAU BASKINU US INKclS. Deposits rnoalvsd on OpenAo" count or OertiScatea iaaued therefor, u , , i Exehante drawn on all the principal cities o the United dtales, Canada and Europe." Will purchase Sllvor and Crude Bullion o1 make advances on same and ship' fur wnor' aocoont; ' ' ,;j' " " ; ';; Miultig,! Ballroad and all kinds , of , 8 too bouhtaud sold on CouuUHslott. '- Loans and Advances made on Stocks: also Dividends Uollocted and Assessments Paid.- I . it-i. . -,,'V . 1 V ...I C.jW ; A My . ; ..e rv '.ooaBa3roaDtsTett " ii it-.' fKt.m, KAHOO dc COt, - !M, , , . ' JjlJaolta'uQlsoQ, oalv';. 5 Broadway,' New Sork. EIVGH, it ALLK.N, -,v T: u,.:,. , ., HI King William straot.Loadoa, Eog..' : o.r' , Men ts Wells, Fargo fc Oo. , i : OFFICB In Walls, Fgo k Main.trt. piih. Wevaii' Go's Building $5tj ier day at home.' Ssmples worth (roe. 'AJlresj 3riNo fe 0o., Por . v .a , V land Tlil dor SPILLS IsiKLY MISCELLANEOUS. J. EISEMNNl CO., HAITI. . ..BTRKET, PIOCHE.... - NEVADA i IMPORTERS DEALERS IN 130.23.33 W A. HL 351, IRON, STEEL, , MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, HOSE, BELTING, ; ;." ; 1 PACKING, NAVAL 8TOHK8, . OAS-PIPE and FITTN08, t U Alio WOOD WAGON MATERIAlu, HASU, DOOUS BLINDS, , PAINTS ii OILS, Agricultural Implements. BTOVES, CHOCKKRV GLASS ; ' WARE, and HOUSE .'I'RN ' ISDINO GOODS. ' . Uanuraoturers of Ooppar.TlB and Bheat-Iron Ware. Plumba , snsiniuttvaicumi. HE iDQU AltTEKB FOB COalj UIl, uIANl and Dupont Blasting Powder and Cali fornia Fuse. . WE KEKP FinST-CLASS GOODS 0NLTI Jfe Bnj for. Oash and Bell for Cash. 'OMR PRiru TO AI.LJI PIONEBR LllM STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, PiocheV Nevada" JOSEPH COOK. PB0PRIET0B. iff -i 10STAXTLY ON HAND ASD TO LET OS j . Bhort Notice, . . Teams, ; Baggies and V ':. Saddle Horses. :at low rates. Stock Boarded by the day or week, and ear fully groomed. jy'iw FOR SALE OB TO - JONSES' ; RANCH, Ir.sted on Little Cherry Greek, Nye county, Nevada. This ranch contains Forty aorea of rich loamy aoll, under fenre, for farming: pur poses. There are on the premises a large and comfortable dwelling.houRe, corrals, fltables, etc. The ranges are good, where bunch grasa grows Id abundance, and the water supply for all requirements is excellent. For full particu lars enquire of , D. A. FULKS, ' ' ' Fioche, Nevada. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE, : J. ' TVtfilzx, Street. PIOCHE, - NEVADA, Mrs. Jas. Pieraon, ' PROPRIETRESS. e."il '..,; .... ; . ' PHIS ELEGANT HOTEL WILL UNDER THE s present management oe run iu nrst-oao. style. and prices charged will be reismable, Theoomsare large, well furnished and com fortablo.jj;, V- , I. TUB TABtiE WH.L AI.WAT BB SUPPLIED WITH THE J BEST THE UAHKET AFF0BP8. NOTICE. 4LL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO . . ths Pennle'a Market are hersl.v requested to settle their accounts at once, or their bills will be placed In the bands of an attorney for collection. From this time on- all persons dealing with the People's Market will have to settle their bills nn the first of every month. I j.61m A. APKMHIV. Proprietor, CEO. C. MATHEWS, M. D. ' " ' ' Physician and Surgeon, PXOCttE.'" NEVADA RECORD NO. 3 JOB PEIBTIHff. JOB PRINTING! PIOCHE RECORD NEWSPAPER -ASD- JOB PRINTING OFFICE. MAIN STREET, Ploolie. Nov1 Thaattaftuvacf Maronants and Mining Com paoias of Southern Iferada and South. wasUrn Utah ii eallad to that act that Job Printing of eTerjllacriptlon is doaa at the BacoiD Orrici 1p : elegant atjle and at the : LOWEST PRICES. Baslaeaa Cards, Weddlata; Catrda, L,ttr-Bada',( V iU-B.ade, " Or. Raawip,,, BI aik Pr orraianmea aadbllla1; Postara, otc.1 AND ALL KIND OF f AN6Y AND PLAID JobPrtntinrtdone Arat-claaaetvie and atshortnotloef SIVF. US A CAU. Stur.tl' iru.rsatreil u . caaer. BRCOHU PUtlLIBHIlVti COMPANV3 iLISCiILLAJIEOUS. - MICE TO SHIPPERS. W.D. Stewarts Co., Terninui Eurda I Pafisade t.dui, n AVISO PUT ON A LINE OT FHFIOH. Tpsms to run between Eureka and Piocti r now preird to Forward goods with dispatch PJOCHE, BRISTOL, WARD, HAMILTON, f AND ALL OTBER PLACFN. All Rood from Ban Frtncfsco and the West fcboula be qii'ptd Via E. & P. R. R., And thyirni ti delivered promptly and In BMuimr xiuiv inan uj any otuor route. auSf.tf D. T' STEWART & CO. Application for a Patent No. 751. T'nitid Ftates taan Ornr. Fiirtka, Ki-vsrta. February 8, A. B. lues. CT1CE 18 HF.KEEY OIVF.N THAT D. J. Fallia and J. D. Lehmer. whnu. address la Cincinnati, Ohio, have this day filed their application for a pstent for (Ween hnn dred linear feet of the "Indian Chit f " mine or in bearing gold and silver, with . nrf.p ground six hundred fret in width, allnattd in Vahransgat Lake kilning District. County of Lincoln and State of Nevada, and rterlgnsted by the Held not. s .ml oftlct.l plat rn file In tbla olllce aa Lot Number . in Towntbip 3. South ange. 69 Last of Moni.t Diablo Meririi.n. Tha exterior boundarl-s of said Lot No. ay being is Beginning at a post narked So I. URSnr. vey ho Hv. whence the V noat between Ktinna S'2 snd 20. T 3. 8 B, 6 E, M D M, bears N t deg in mill n Tjlireet, snd the month of Springer's Tuinel uesra M 16H drg W 1U0 feet. lb. nee nu lling, 1st course, 8 6 ueg 45 min W 1500 feet, to post msrked No i, IK Survey Mo W. old ' niomimeut b srs H 12 fret from said port So . Theme, Vd course. M t deg 16 min W 600 feet. to post marked No S. U S Snrvty tioSf; old aaonument beara N (4 deg W 26 feet frrni said post No 3. Thence, 3d course, N Idea 45 min a KOti feet, to post msrked No4.TJ IFukitKk ' 3: old moDun ent bears S 64 deg 30 min TV ?4 irei irom post no 4. THencr,4th course, 8 4 dig 16 min E 00 feet, to pott msrked No 1. the pl.ee of beglnnlrg. klavm tie variation IS dg tan contaliiing SOvn-HOarns. The location of this win ia ivrarried in the Recorder's olbre of Lincoln County, State or N'evsda, In Book or Minir Notirta, page 268. Tbla claim Is bounded by nn known claims. any ana an persons claiming adversely any portion or said Indian Chief" vine or rnr. cegronrdsre reonlred to file tbeir advma claim with the Kegirter or the foiled Statea l,nu ollice at Fnreta. in tbe State ot Fevida. during Ibe aixty daya period or publicatka hereof, or they will be baned by virtue of the provisions of the Ststnte. '. B.HlKCKI EY.Regiet.r. It is hereby ordered that the fcregoine notice of application tor patent be published for the penra oi irs consecutive weeka in tbe Flock BrcoiD. a wetkly newrpaper, pnbllabed at Picrbe, Lincoln county, Mrvsda iii-iut . jr. H. tuitkLY, Kegiater. Application for a Pater t Ko. 762 .VI rums f T.Tia LanD eniti, Fnreks, Ktvaoa.Febrn.rv 8tb. A. K.lf83 NOTICE IB BFKiBY GIVEN TBAT D. Fallia, whose poet cSlce address ia Cin cinnati, Ohio, haa this day filed his applicant s forapatent for fifteen bnndrtd lintarfeet of the Illinois mil e or vein tearing gold and stiver wnn surisce grrnna six bnndred feet in width, situated in F.hrsntgst 1 sit kilning Dlstiict, county of Lincoln, sndStsteof Krvai a, aid designated by the field notes and cfEcfal plst on file Id this office as lot Ko. 40 and 38, la lowssuip a, coutn ttsnge. cs isst ol Mount Dia blo meriillaD. Iheeiterli r bcur dli a of aald lot No. 40 and 38 bi ing as fellow s, to wit : Beginning at a post n srttd No 1, U 8 Purvey No 40, whence t be South ii post of arc 92, T 3, 8 R, 69 E, bears 8 63H deg E 343 feet; thence, running, 1st course, 8 67 deg W 18(0 feet to post marked No 2, U 8 Suivey No 40 and 38; thence, 2d course, N 93 deg W 610 fret to post marked No 8, U 8 Suivey No 40 and 38; thence, 3d course, N 67 deg E lf0 feetlopo.t marked No 4, V 8 Survey No 40 aid 38: thince, 4th course, 8 33 deg E 6X0 fcet to post No 1, the place ol beginning. Containing 20 f 6 1C0 sores. -Courses expressed from ttietioe meiidisn with a magnetic variation of 16 deg East of Psfarana gat Lake mining district. The location of this mine ia recorded in the Recorder's office cf Lircoln ronrty, Nevada. Tbia claim Is bcunded by no known claims. Any and all pernors rl.imirg adversely any portion of said Illinois" mine er surtsce grouna are n quired to file tbeir sdv.ree claims with tbe Rfgister of tbe Tutted States Lrnd Office at Eoreka. in the State of Ntvads, dnrii g the sixty dsva period cf publicstirn htrror, or they will be barred by virtue ol the proviek cf the Statute. F. H. HINCKLEY, Register, It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent be pnblisht d for the period of ten consecutive weeks In tbe Pioche Rioobd, a weekly newspsper, published at Pioche, Lincoln county Nevada. fl7.10t. F. H. HINCKLEY, Regiater. ' Application for a Patent No. 713. , - '. Uhtid Bum tasn Ornrc, s Enreka, Nevada, Marrh 13, lrf2. " NOTICE 18 fleREBY OMH THAT JAktlS J. Smith and George klorton. w hose post oftice address la Templnte, Lincoln County, Ne vada, has tliis day filed bis application for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Legal Tender mine, or vein boring silver, with surface ground six bubdred feet in width, altuated ia Tenipiute kilning I irtrict. County of Lincoln and State of Nevsds. snd designstcd by tbe field notes snd official plst on file in this office aa lot Dumber 68, located on unturveytd land. The exterior bonndarit a of asid lot Ko f 8 being aa follows, to wit : Beginning st a poft msrked No 1, V 8 ramv No. 68, the ssme being post No 1 of U 8 snivty No 66 and 67, lota "A," whence Ch nirei.l monument No 3, on Coyote Feak, tears 8 11 deg 21 min W 4663 feet. Thence running, let ctnrte, N 87 deg 6C0 feet, to rest msr.ed No , V B survey No 68: thence, 2a course, N I deg It lftO feet, to post msrked No 3, V 8 survey No 8; thence 3d course, 8 67 deg E 6f 0 feet, to post msrked No 4. r 8 survey No 68. the same b- lng post Ko 2 or U 8 survey No 67, lot "A," Sterllrg lode, and thence, 4th coune, 8 6 deg W leco feet, to post Ko 1, the place of beginning. Con. taining 20 63-100 acre, llagnttio variation 1C degrees 30 min east. - . . The location of this mine is recorded in the Recorder's efflce of Tempiute MiDirg District, in book "B," psge 2C0, of the record or ssid district. This claim ia bounded on the east by tbe sterling.. Any and all persons claimirgsd versely any portion of aaid Lepal Tender Mine oraurl.ee ground are required to file their ad,' verse claims with the Begisttr of tbe United States Land Office at Eureka, Id tbe State of Ne vada. durlDg the sixty sstb period or publica tion hereof, or tbev will be barred by virtu of th provision of the Ststnte. F. B. HINCKLXT, Btgiltar.