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rcTZ INTELLIGENCE. BILLION VILLK AND PAS AC A DOTS Brother FinoMay is to be tutor of the Tt. T r f: .f .1.- .VI. Ui.i KWuEt 13, lS4 Clover alley cu,ol. . . 1 lour is eelLos in our v:.la? for ?" r.n ..... i t .... per hundred. , , . , . i a urr many ui our renters nsc, - The men who attended the lute Cat- . "-'" BU sparks .re suppose, heard of Sand Spring., while . ,:.. i,i.i c t..- I "'aughtenng the tt allards and tlemen s - - 0( Ulem at four.blU cach ' - - .'vuiiui( mat mey were near uuo ui iuc moat wonderful curiosities to be found on us pure and beatiful Panacans on last the iv of ;he glob. Sand Springs is iu Churchill county, mait hive acted uue idiots, or tiso me pietjriiU greatly belie them. Among tiie rnmy abiur.l picture! ii the one of tha " Cowboy Hand " of Dodge City, Kansas- These fieroe-lookinR cowboy iniui'-''aH9 ttr8 dressed up iu revolver and belts, the the latter being tilled with cart riit.rea. These men have on clothes, but thJy are hid beneath the revolvers. At first glance, as one looks upon the wild alKl herce terrors of the plains, a cold ahiidder f ircss itself through his frame mill he thinks he has nazil upon the silvery in joii for the last tune. But nil secoii'l gbinue at the picture, it will be en the members of the baud are nut tiie lii-rce, death-ilettliiig fellows they are pictured . The bind are c unposed ,n),ilynf Lierinans; that is, wo take them f ,r lier.n (lis, bee line the saur kraut cuu b- seen stiekin ' nut of tlmir ears, and in t.?:i I of beiii the murdering crew they nvo pictiiroil "p, tlf;.r n' "lily iau Ki.'ii jtull'ers niiil beei-k washers. Eieh line will send a picture back to tho Old l iu'iti'V al tlieir ivlatious will seethe kin I of clothes t'.iey wear in America. Tuii'.tit appears t) bo a feeling prevail Sabbuth night. A rent in the clouds, a streak of bud- shine, a glorious opportunity, when Charles is near. Alfred C.odbe and wife, and Earnest Godbe Al's brother; not his son ar rived iu liullionville on Tuesday night. Polygamy is fashionable in Utah and bachelorhood in Nevada. Of the two evils give ma the former, for a part of a man is ueuer man no man at all. it is quite common for a fellow to court the old woman to cather in the daughter, a fact to which my dear mother can swear, as the has been there these many times, but it is rare for a fee to be paid a Bishop to accomplish the same iuriio.se, as was lately done by a little gulden haired fellow that resides in liul lionville. about seventy-five miles northeast of Day ton, and ab ut twenty miles beyond the Sink of the Carson river. A great deal of salt was hauled from there in early days to mills on the Com stock, but the advent of railroads and a cheaper method of transportation de atroyed the liusiuesa, 1 he name ot ' Aaud borings would naturally lean one to the conclusion that springs of water are to be found theie. Such, however, is not the case. Sand Springs is a small mountain of white sand thrown up and kept in tact by one of those peculiar in ternal convulsions of the earth that con tinues to puzzle meu of science. The "spring is shaped somewhat like a fun nel and continually changes from one side of the iiioun sin to the other, as the sand is throwu or blown out of it. A person standing at the old staira station cau Ml'iK Tiric. j In the coal formation f the world 1,178 species of the fossil flora havo been described. The tallest bird known to scientists was found by Professor Herbert in the lower eocene deposits near Paris. It was over twelve feet in height A German chemist has obtained a lie liuk between tha vegetable and anima kingdoms iu the shape on an animal gum cloicly resembling tho plant gums iu its physicals and chemical properties. A writer in the British Medical Journal thinks that when a medicine has been shown to be effective in certain affection', there ia a tendency to vaunt its useful ness iu diseases over which it has no in fluence. The bromide of potassium is cited as being "a good instance iu point that excellent but ill-used drug having been recommended in nearly half the ills that flesh is heir to." "Wooden wool" is now used as a cheap and useful dresaing for wounds, and is being prepared extensively as a commer cial staple for surgical dressings. It is finely ground wool, such as is extensively used in the manufacture of paper. It is a I Tl. 1. ... . ..-(, .. r-.wY ...am, i.nm si. nn(i..u n,;n;n lt8c- x neM, move, wo presume. Will 9 , , , , 8 I be the taking unto themselves tome of u ojierati 'lis win ue resumed inrouguoui I belles The Hulse boys have built them a ucat plainlv see the sand as it is thrown up, clean looking, dolicato Obered, soft, yel lowishwhite substance, having an odor of fresh wool, and absorbs an immense and subrtantial frame house in our vil- tliis neighborhood next cummer. The ciusc of the creation of this feeling we kno'.v not, and wc hope that none will be disaopoiute I. We have a mineral belt here that is ninurpisse I by any in the L'r(?,it inter mountain ba-iii. Scratch the grouud where yon will, one generally tin Is the precious metals. There are prospect) here, in fact many developed ininiH, with large qui.itilies of ore ex noted to view, that ure now lung idle. till lor the want of a little capital. Wail till tha railroul gets rmiiiiug through tliis coiiutry, then she will boil; then all our mine-owners will bd able to build p utal telegraphs and ocean cables, and keep tliein exclusively lor meir own use, Ge3. W. McLank, Wallbaiim's mur derer, appears to be having a hard time of it. He has been run out of Tomb stone and Sonora. It can now be seen why McLiue wanted a nolle prosequi in the in lietineut ot murder against him Altlion 'h his attorney assured the peo pie. that McL, me would never rvturu to this country, and mat lie nad mended his ways. etc.. the reuuest was refused The chances are the only reason McLane wanted the nolle pros, was so that be could return to Pahranagat YalUy and his old haunts in this county. Here he fears neither law nor officers. We would not be surprised to see Geo. V, McLnno put in an appearance in this Section at any time. 1 Rick Ore Stoles. Gustore Guitron and partner, who have been engaged in mininz out hevond the Alps, had two tons of ore, that w ent 250 ounces per ton, stolen from off the clump last Sunday, while they were in town. The party that took the ore packed it on a horse from the mine down to the rjad, where it was dumped into a wagon. The sacks were taken back to the dump ana mien wun waste. On the men aoinu to work on Goorge W. McLane, the cold-blooded murderer of Fred Wallbaum, who e caiied the gallows a few years ago in this county on a legal technicality, is receiv nig considerable attention down south, having been runout of Tombstoue, An zona, at the muzzle of a pistol, and from Sonora, Mexico, by the authorities. Mr. PniUips, assayer and foreman for the B. S. Co., while doing some work in the leaching room, Saturday evening, Iropped a valuable cold watch a di-tance nt some twenty feet. hen picked up it was in a condition that an irishman terms smithereens. The Bullion boys, in anticipation of dance with us girls last Friday evening, togged up in their Sunday-go-to-meeting clothes, but they were doomed to disap pointment, as no dance took place. In the future we ohall give those rag-tag, tailing-coated tellows the g. b. The gaming-table destroys all class dis tinction e have seen the lepernus Chi naman, the brigandish sun of Italy, the burly Irishman, the suave Yankee, and the thick-lipped Negro, all seated pro mi-cuously while endeavoring to rob each and bear a rumbling noise like that made tiy a heavy wind. Sherilf Kandall, w hile iiiLiiicT fur kntrta ItMraa.tlitfav-na tlif-PA HI four months aifo. visited the nlace and quantity of liquid was only convinced after actual observa-1 Once a kite-flyer attached to the tail of ion mat mere could ue sucn a unnu as a . !,. i, . k ttn ,nu. in a canvas earthT lnB bag with a netting over the mouth to give Mr. Whiting, who owns a stock range it air. When the kite was at its greatest near this wonderful mountain, states that I height some 200 feet or more tho mew an Indian cannot be hired to go near it. : 0. the kiUe CQVL be distinctly The Piutes say that many years ag, be- lure the white man came to this country, a young brave, getting too near the spring, disappeared in its depths and was never found; tince then no Indian can be hired to go near the place. Eclipses of 1SS3. In the year 1885 there will be two eclipses of the sun and two uf the moon. Another eclipse of the aim will occur March 16, visible in the United States as a partial eclipse. This eclipse will begin at 11:37 in the fore noon, and end at 2:12. March 30 there will be a partial eclipse of the moon, in' visible in the United States. September 8 a total eclipse of the sun will take place, invisible here, but visible in Aus tralia, huutli t'acihe Horn. September 21 there will be a par tial eclipse uf the moon, visible here. It will begin at 1 A. M. and end at o:o7. Kiss Your Loved Oses. An exchange says: Kiss your children, man ot busi heard by those holding the string. To the clearness of tho air was attributed th hearing of the kitten's voice, aud no tele phone patent was applied. The highest velocity that has been im parted to shot is given as 1.U26 feet per second, being equal to a mile in 3.2 sec onds. The velocity of the earth at the equator, due to rotation on its axis, is 1.01)1) miles ner hour, or a mile in o.o sec onds: and thus, if a cannon ball was fired due west, and could maintain its initial velocity, it would beat the sun in its ap parent journey around the earth, Ladies' Costumks os the Basks of the Nile. The only primitive costumes we saw, writes a correspondent to tne T.nnitiin nnilv Kpivn wan nn the first dav Ocean and Cape Lfter leaving Assouan on the left bank the country of the K.alabeen w nere ine young ladies simply wore round the loins a fringe composed of thin feather strips. Cunouly enough, the womeu on oocn banks dread being looked at tnrougn a glass. One I saw ran away, screaming hard as she could: otners at once MAGELLAN LOBb. Mieori ami i v r'-UAUlirhlJ, Hit Is Alrt, tlt.li Louis Klelne, Proprietor, A BCrEhlUh AHTiCLl B rCHNISHINQ OF Lager Beer1 a lluanltlUs la lull, at tl. Until t stirs. Adjoining Tmnps Buppncil on all OUT XrtTICK, EiffiMii & IU, MAIS BTBEET, IOCHB NEVADA IMPORTEES AND DEALERS IN IRON, STEEL, MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, HOSE, BELTING, PACKING, NAVAL, STOnES, OAS-P1PK and KITTIVGS, tl .WIO WOOD WAGON NAT1EHIAL, SASH, DOORS df BU.VUN, PAINTS fc OIL.H, Agricultural Implements, STOVKS, CROCKERY GLABH WAKU, and HOUtlK -.'I'HN-ISHINO GOODS. Uannlactnrers of Ooppsr.Tln tnd Sheet-Iron Wars, flnuibe Steam and Oas Fitters. HE VDQUAItTERS FOR COAL OIL OIAN'I and Dupont UUstlng Powder aud Cali fornia Fuse. WE KEEP FIRST-CLASS GOODS OSLVI aCs a Cs s an, . s. .- STONK BTCRE LOWKK MAIN BTHF.Kl WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DiEALER Groceries. Provisions' Powders Fuse, and GENERAL MECHANDISE' OlS-tf PIONEEB. LIVER. STABLE, other at the most fascinating of names ness. before you leave home; kiss the draw-poker. I mother of your children, and that dear I cover their blanching faces with tlieir Mr. Roberts, the gentleman who came old mother who sits in the chair by the hands. It is a fact not generally Known uii;...ni fm. s.it i.i.cii,, fr iiiaiw-no matter it ner cneeK is vvj ui"v,-". ...... "" i ., , .... ; J ,u - ,. nil nuiinicu, uci ucai is iwuiit the j.urpose ot mating dhck mr tne oui- about V0Hr d work wjth a .tl)allk lion ville Smelting Company, hai done re- I God' in vour soul that von have some markahly well, having turned nut 130,0U0 one at home to kiss." This all sounds of a very suueri"r article. The company I very nice and pretty, but Pioche hus bands would rather kiss some other man's wife. Ecreka Cos. Works. On Sunday morning the Eureka Con. furnace, that had been shut down for a day or so for reo aire about 70, (Wl) more brick, and al though the weather is anything but favorable to brick making, Mr. Robert seems confident that he can make the re quired number. repairs, started up in fine condi ion and es tor reduction. 1 he For real beauty and lovely form, those wmte. Un the men going to worn on - , f fc t areunable to vie with repairs, started up Monday momma they discovered the . . .. . . with greater faciliti theft, but have no clue as to who the us Panaca girls. Mamma says when rum()r t,f a permanent stoppage of work, mrties are that committed the deed. hump myself, elevate the rear of my we are laJ t0 annunoe, aays the Senti- x, , , . . ura " puu.pa... vu- .., ...j Kw.. ne, a(1 no touuaatinn in lact. just Aevjj.1 has there been so much assess- bonnet on. mv cheeks proped out with m m m,,invPj .hnnt tha - , . "'j . ()W more men are empioyea aooui, tne " ,ui-j u -A ..nti,,,,, thn xhasn us ment work done oh mines in this section plumpers, and a ualpatating machine in work, than as alTaccumulation of StRJanSlAi heat. that dark-skinned ladies blush white, Others, again, anathematize yon accord ing to a fashion all over the E iat, even among the Greeks of Constantinople, by holding up their hand, palm outward, and jerking it toward you. This, I am told, means may nve devils seize you. If they wish to emphasize the spell they put up ten lingers. Uthers say tins is a orotection aeainst the evil eye. At some villages, encouraged by the soldiers who flung biscuits from tha decks, lads and cirls ran frantically along the banks scrambling lor tnem, to tne great innig nation nf the land owners over whose crops they ran riot. Ia vain these col ored gentlemen stood in the way, fling ing mud and stones at them. They 7e Bay for Oaiih and Sell for Cash. OVR PRICK TO A IX It COME AND SEE 1 Vy Choice Helvetian ( Groceries Etc., Bold Cheap for Cash, at J. NESBITT 8s BRO.. Cofnerof Main b Lacotir Street (Two ator ( ire-proof Uuiluiug) Pioche - Nevada. MEADOW T ALLEY STREET, Piocho - - Nevada JOSEPH COOK. PROPRIETOR. CONSTANTLY ON HAND ADD 1 0 LET OH Short Notice, Teams, Buggies and Saddle Dorses, AT LOW RATES. Block Boarded hj tnsdajorweek.andcara full; arocmed. Jftttf NEVADA HOTEL. 23Cs: PIOCHE, " JtEVALAj Mrs. James McF.adden, .IKADOVf VALLEY BTBEET, PBOPBJE,TRBbS WHOLESAIS ND KETAIL DEAIyCBH IN iroceries. PrvOvisions the bosom of my dress, and a couple of t. them i..,, l,i ,!.,.,. The m ne- the Uosoin oi myoress, aim a cuupio ui flue dllat . , . , ,, , pounas oi utan s oesi ecavicicu u.ci ",jr throucli owner have turned out m full force and f . . ..,K.i,.,.n,l rlstial heautv lat0xBtu are either doing, or having lonc, asse-s . . f, . nff frnm alivt,ina Misaiso. Mrs. miiiit work nn their iniiiHS. They all ap . . n,.i: nj ,h A.,k I UIHb Ever OUL UllU u,l ninn.i i...v, la OUT, n, nuuuiu- being collected and run pear to have perfect titlei and intend 10 keep their properties in tnts shape. Many very encouraging reports come in from the different localities, and may they all be successful in securing rich properties. CosTKAcr Let. The contract to sink the shaft of the Mendha mine 100 feet deeper was awarded to Grant Porter and Pete Owens. The contract was let, so rumor states, for about $17 orglSper foot. The contract calls for the coinple ti m of the work in sixty days, from the 11 til insUnt. Two shifts will do the work, and the men started out to the mine with supplies on Thursday. Taylor. -Good accounts are brought over here from Taj lor District. It is said that (he mines never showed any permancy till the present time. The mines of both tho Monitor and Argus companies have large bodies of licli ore in them. Tho Monitor Company is pre paring to sell out to a pa-ty of capitalist", and Prank Drake and usher have been examining the propertyi We had last winter in spring, but this season we are getting the winter in the regular winter months. Everything is covered with the whits fleece, and the Btuff looks as though it came to stay with us for the whole season. The noble red sou-of-a-gun who said there would be no snow this winter did not know what he was talking about, A letter received in town from Silver Reef advises men in search of employ ment to keep away from that place. There are a number of idle men there, and they keep doing and coming. The wages paid is $2 .50 to $3 per day. The last of tho matte at the Day fur nace in Bristol has been shipped. This finishes the company's work at that place for the winter. The Indian that killed Doc. Clay has been sentenced to serve a term in the penitentiary (or ten yean. doesn't care whether the critter comes from the Pacific or Atlantic. Eobt. S. Conley, who Placer county, Call. fornia, is anxious to learn the where abouts of her husband, who left Austin The deen and desperate "Franceses Bentivoglio" displayed a remarkably well developed and thapely limb as she hid behind the curtains on Monday nigni Between her nice black velvet train, and the hangings of "Manfredi s little den, Francesca cot badly twisted. It was There is a party at Bullionville that for the Wood River country several i.:. . u n,on nf "Sailor Jack.'' months azo. Any of the lady's acqnaint- although if we iudge from his 230 pounds "f ll .'""V aa,re of Ir- "'ley . while extricating various sections of her altnougn, it we junge iro n i v address, will confer a tavor by cominuui. tty thnt ?he amentable disclosure avoirdupois, it must have been a long c.iI1R the same to his anxmui wife. occurred. Several gentlemen in the au. time since ho smelt salt water. Jack is a peculiar broth of a boy, with a fund nexs for strong liquor and a tqtiare meal. Of tho former, he can punish a quart at a gulp, and the latter, well it would cure a ilvanuntin to see hi in eat. We mention this latter fact as a warning to Pioche restaurant keepers, who per chance may find Johnathan at their table some day, and having some regard for their regular customers, may find it inconvenient, to De without any eatables in the house. Jack's wife, poor woman, lately found her affinity in the person of a yap teamster, somewhere in the neighborhood of the classic precincts of Beaver, and u Juage Twist, before whom the divorce papers have been laid, is a consineraie , he will sign the document without enter ing into the pros and cons of the case, In the cloaming of a December even- . nnnncr cnniila miiht have been seen standing on the picturesque heights of Court House Rock. The lovers, for such they were, seemed impervious to the cold biting wind from the suow capped turrets of Pioche Mountain, as it sang a requiem among the leafless branches of the giant cottonwoods at their feet. The maiden was the first to -al,a from dreamland and the cold op pressive surroundings, and drawing close to him whom she loved better than life, laid her golden tresses on his shoul der, and in a voice as gentle as t ie canTyou come to-night V The question was a simple one, but a convulsive ithrob shook the lithe and graceful form of the youth as he passionately gathered her to ins manly 32J inch bosom, while with a John L. Sullivan hug, he dolefully ex claimed: "Darling, f have to wash the dishes in mother' boarding houw. The San Francisco Alta of the 5th inst. saV3: "Sine" Barnes, well known to all old Xevadans, is lying ill at Dr. Zeile's private hospital . in this city. His ailment is cancer of the bladder, There are hopes of his recovery, how ever. The tale that was published as to Sine having a fortune left to him in the East must have been incorrect, The newly-elected county olficials will not assume the duties of their respective offices until Monday, January 5th dience were so disturbed by the accident that their eyes became glued to the spot To their evident ,lisnst Miss R iwellan pulled down her skirts, and proceeded to poison the most recherche supper party of the season. S. F. Report, General Merchandise. Importers of Opines" Xjtctxxorm,'. Clgnra .nd Totoa,oooo GETT3 FUENISHING 300DS Boots s Blaoesj. GRAIN' anil Fl.'X'fl haal. constantly oM Alan n Finn ..oment of CHOCKKHV. OUSAHK AND CUTLKRT. Pure nlatinnm is as soft as silver, but bv the addition of iridum it becomes the the hardest of metals. The great difficulty in manipulating platinum is its successful resistance to heat. A temper ature that will make steel run like water The I and melt down fire-clav. has absolutely law provides that they shall be sworn in 1 n0 effect upon it. Von may put a piece on the first Monday in January. nf ulatinum wire not thicker thai, homan Charley Hopkins and Ed. Cutti intend hir,int ' frn c1w?!..!.if.: workina the furnace dump at Bristol this ,u Lif . : ,: n .,. .. M h.0. winter. Next summer they anticipate ,ute,v unchanged as if it had been ia an m-miiuLMuo,. r... ice box a 1 the time. EX. Unhappy are the Mormons in Arizona, Bear in mind, dear brethren, those whom the Lord loveth he ohasteneth. Merisos, black cassimere, woolen hosi ery, and a choice lot of jewelry, were re ceived at Hyman's this week. Put up your wagons and bring out your sleighs and take the girls a sleigh- ing. The bids for the 81,500 in the redemp tion fund will be opened to-day. An U. S. Marshal's sale is published in this issue. It snowed all day yesterday. TV. fnrlv-ninth Congress, most of whose membars were elected at the late election, will not meet until December of next year, The second session oi ine oiu (fni-t...i.Ththl Conaress begins on the first Monday of December next. The unclaimed int erest fund is a Treas ury job that needs 1 noking into. It has been charged before that the rule of "no information given" i is a convenient one by which certain 1 awyera and agents, who have intimate r ilationa with clerical officials, can find to whom interest is due. A Chinese reoort M in ; New York, tvhn.A nnnpr bnn on na tbe wav of innu merable journals, ha I gainefil unenviable notoriety by lurnisb ing spurious news ui the uninese colony i tne city paucio. Considering the ar aount of "soap" said to have been used i n the els etion, it is rather sinunlar that neither of the great . . r n ... parties made a clt n sweep. -ilwu Courier. 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