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S. F. Chronicle: That was a good idea of Chief Crowley to'atk the Super visors to set tip three or four electric lights in the wont alley in Chiaatown. It is shrewdly suspected that some of the most infamous, resorts of vice in Chins t in are largely supported by white r-fB, ho sneak into them nnder corer oi th darkness and would not for worlds be soon entering sneh places. By setting up a bright electric light in the wont nlleya, the Supervisors would practically do jo these dens of infamy to all who went oot too hardened to feel the pricks of public shame. The suggestion ought to h" adopted without delay. A San Bemad ino, Cal., dispatch of the says: Last night Thomas Stanton wai cooking his supper over a fin just cost of town, and only about 5 tods from Starke's Hotel, when hs was set 11 j on by four Indians, who demanded whisky. Having none to give them, he was 'unmercifully beaten and then Iidd over the fire and roasted alive. Tiiis morning ho was found more dead thai) alive. He was removed to the hos pital, and the examination showed the tk'fth m his legs to be burned to a crisp. He cannot live. He says he can identify hia persecutors. Lynch law is talked of. The Silver State says an opinion pre vails among the farmers that in the wet seasons, such as they have been "having along the Humboldt for the last four or five yean, wheat and barley can be raised without irrigation The experiment was tried on a small scale in Boena Vista Valley many years ago, and resulted in a fair crop. The cheap rates given now by the Central Pacific Company on car-load lots of grain, places Nevada farmers along the railroad almost on an equal footing with the California farmers, so far as getj ting their products to market is con cerned. The days for the Mormons in Salt Lake City killing persons obnoxious to them is a thing of the past. The assault upon Deputy Marshal Collin by four Mormons, in an alley way, in tbo evening, resulted in a manner least expected. The killing of MoMurrin by Collin will have a ten dency to place a check on the revival of this kind of work. It is a thing of the past. The Mormons can no longer de stroy those whom they wish. There will be a dearth of funny men in the now House of Representatives, says the Baltimore Times, but Horr, of Michi gan, will be on deck to play down for the Republican circus, and O'Neill of St Louis will probably fill the bill for the Democrats. With these worthies for tutors a host of humorists may be evolved for the delight of the galleries and the diversion of the floor. A House without wits would be tame indeed. Hon. Thomas Wren is pronounced in his opposition to the California opinion that Nevada Republicans mast accept for Senator the msn whom San Fran cisco shall select. That looks as though Mr. Stewart would not receive the sup port of the eX'CoDgremen.Tuscarora Times-Review. Dakota farmers say that prsiris fires will not cross fields sown with clover or timothy, as there is a green sprig at the bottom which checks it. It ie the dry buffalo grass that tha names run in. As the land Is improved and tame grasses are sown this scoarsge wilt be checked. The remains of Vice-President Hen dricks were buried at Indianapolis on Tuesday. A large number of distinguish eu statesmen were in attendance. Mr. Hendricks wss the fifth Vice-President of the United States ihat died during his term of office. , A great many of the wealthy old-timen on this coast have lately departed their journey to the Great Beyond. Mr. Peter Dooahne is the last to go. He died in San Francisco on the night of the 20th ultimo. It is said that the lead mines of Eng. land are giving out. Within a few years 169 mines have been elossd and 30,000 men thrown out of employment. - The Eureka Times-Telephone inquires what has become of the elk, which used to be so numerous in that oonnty. Rands of them oonld bo found at almost any time on the prairies and in the al leys within a fear miles of Eureka or Areata, and much of the . meat used on Humboldt bay from 18.10 to 18M was elk meat. But with the settlement of the county, the ilk disappeared nearly alto gether, while the deer continue to in crease in spite of the hunters. Prohibition in Georgia has led to the estabUshment of a floating barroom on HATIIRDAT.. COAST ITHItS. The Isrgest piece of solid gold taken out at Gibsonville, Sierra county, Cal., was obtained from underneath the place where a brewery now stands, and it weighed 96 oonces. Shasta and Modoc counties, Cal., have ladies for County Superintendents, who visit the schools, attend to school mat ters, in keeping them straight, and they have no trouble in those counties. At Soda Bar, Shasta county, in a claim that had been worked and reworked, the owners struck gravel under what was supposed to be bedrock, and are taking out an ounce and a half per day to the man. Francis A. Anderson deposited s bogus check for $5,000 in a Fresno bank, got credit at the stores on the strength of it and then decamped. Col. Holhster of Santa Barbara, Cal., is out in a long letter in a local paper pro testing against the anti-Chinese senti ment and saying that if the Chinese were driven out California would be bankrupt While a laborer was engaged in exca vating a lot at Vallejo, his pick brought up a full set of elegant jewelry. Among the articles were a necklace and locket. handsome chain, pin, stud, earrings, bracelets, etc, all gold, and act with a medium grade of diamonds. A well-borer, at a place eighteen miles east of Los Angeles, discovered the tusk of a mastodon imbedded in forty-six feet of earth. The tusk is four feet sevea and one half inches long, and about six and one half inches in diameter in the thick est part Fresno county, California, is nearly twice na large as the State of Connecti-! cut, four times as large as Delaware, i eight times as large as Rhode Island, I just the size of Massachusetts, and ex-: cecds the entire State of New Jersey by an area of 500 square miles. It is reported at Comox, B. C, thst a 1 canoe bad arrived there from Salmon River with the news that a serious drunken fight had occured among the Salmon River Indians at their rancherie near the mouth of that river, and that several of the combatants had been killed. Ducks and geese are present in im mense numbers on the line of the North ern Railroad and on the line of the California and Oregon. , Between Biggs and Botte Creek thousands of teal ducka rise from the fields as the trains pass, and the farmers in the northern country will soon have to begin "herding the fowls vigorously, to save their young grain. In Eastern Oregon Stockmen are be- giaing to realize more each year the ne cessity of making provisions for the care of stock during the winter months. As the country has become settled up the ranges have diminished, besides the number of stock is constantly increasing, so that in many localities there is little left for the cattle to feed upon during the winter. This will, of course, necessitate the cutting and curing of hay to feed stock during the winter months. The grass alley Tidings complains of the manner in which correspondents of San Francisco newspapers writs ap the resourses of Nevada county, "They lis for this part of the country," it says, but they do so with an extravagance that is self-evident, and, therefore, they hurt this country instead of benefiting. If the correspondent writes about mines. he puts gold into every kind of rock that is found here, and he makes the gravel bods all gold and no gravel." A Ccaiors A?rticnon. The wife of Lent Allen, a prominent citizen of Churc hill county, says the Reno Gazette, has been an invalid for a long time. Occas ionally her sufferings were great, and re cently her ailments were most serious, such as to cause her friends to almost lose hopes of her surviving. While laboring under the most acute pain, accompanied with symptoms of inuammation of stomachs and bowels, the most heroic medicines were used. After a time four snakes of the water species were taken from her. One was quite three feet in length, another about twenty inches and two about eight inches. The powerful medicine used poisoned them and evi dently they remained dead in the etora ach some little timo. How they were token into the stomach and survived is a question. For quite awhile the lady riously complained of a peculiar sensation as if something was creeping around within, little thinking there was any re ality in it Sinoo the serpents were un wittingly poisoned she bos recovered rapidly and bids fair to rooover her wonted health. Tbo statemeot that Dr. Talmage talked about scientific subjects to ths Germ ao cabmen, with a view of making tiiem forget to collect his fare, is said to be an invention of his friend the enemy. New York Graphic. COVCEKTBATKft. The amount of gold exported during the past year amounted to $8,082,142. The stiver coin andhollioo exported during the lat fiscal year amounted to $21,G34,K1. The imports of gold coin during the year ending Juno 30. 1BS5, amounted to 917,e42,4X. Silver coin amounting to 91,211,027 mas exported during the year ending June 30, ISSJi. The silver product of this country was exported during the past year to the amount of $19,000,000. The coinage of silver during the past year was dune at a profit of 94,865,470. to the Government. The amount of gold deposited in the San Francisco mint shows a decline of $8,000,000 since 1881. The manufacture of rope from asbestos bids fair to become an industry of con siderable importance in England. Silver bullion to the amount of 820,- 422,924 was exported from the United States during the past fiscal year, , In Great Britian, at the close of 1884, silver to the amount of $90,731,423 was in circulation at par with gold. The pretended instability of silver is in fact an actual rise in gold, silver being far the more stable of the two com modities. The report of the director of the mint shows a gain in the circulation of silver dollars from July 1, 1874, to Oct. 1, 183d of 16,480,797. It is claimed by competent authorities that the output of minerals at Aspen, Col., this year, will amount to between $5,000,000 and $6,000,000, In Alaska it is thought that discover ies of immense deposits of the precious metals will yet be mode, as all the geo logical indicstions sre favorable. DOMESTIC DOOTOBIW, . Raw oysters are highly recommended as a cure (or hoarseness. To cure sad heal a running sore apply alum water twice a day. . For nose bleed get plenty cf powdered alum up the nostrils. Press the finger against the upper lip. close to the nostrils, to prevent a sneeze. For cramps in the feet press ths hot- low of the loot against something hard and round: a broom handle is the best thing. A simple remedy for neuralgis is to apply grated horseradish, prepared the is for table use, to the temple when the face or head is effected, or to the wrist when the pain Is in the arm or shoulder. In case of very sudden sickness, which often proves to be pneumonia, apply a plaster of soft soap and Indian meal from the throat down below ths bowels the first thing; at the same time send for doctor, for unless immediate help is secured, it may prove fatal in a short tims. There is nothing better for out than powered rosin. Found it until fine and put it Into an empty, clean pepper box with a perforated top, then you can easily sift it out on ths out; put a soft cloth around the injured member, and wet it with cold water once an awhile. It will prevent inuammation and soreness. A. T. Stewarts Sunday dinners are the subjects of a series of articles by an old- time new lorker, who in his old age runs to gossip of days lang syne. At one dinner a Httle episode occurred which cost the man that made a somewhat pointed remark about $60,000. An En glish banker was Invited by Stewart to his tables, and ths millionaire poured out his bios seat The Englishman quafted down what there was in It at a gulp, in a careless manner, quite a contrast with the solemn style In which Stewart had poursd it out "Ah, you hava tasted this wins before," remarked the soma whst chagrined American merchant, Oh, yes," replied the English banker, 'and in larger glasses." ; Stewart smiled fsintly at the somewhat brusque remark. but thai Fuglishmaa did not smila when Stewart dropped negotiations with his banking-house then pending, and trans ferred his favors to a rival London MontnMgro, which ii on. ot th. din of liberty, b governed by u abio- lnte, hereditary 'qumftreh. There ie Stutsreth, hower.r, which Prinoe Nic kiti humor, into the belief thit it. tdiint ie nnfal to the QorwaneB.. Tb. popu lation of 236,000 an pat into th. Held 00,000 trained totdnre, though of ttran it eould not p.? to feed them uy length of time. Every nble-bodied men ie ft eol dier, end it nevw take . oneeription to call thorn out. Th. men who "itraddted blind' wu nlt.rw.rd conveyed to hie Maidens. on n ihntter. An immigrant at Castle Garden asked a few days sgo for information with re gard to the size of Dakota Territory, and was handed the following: 'Pull Dako ta up by the roots and throw It over the fence into the British possessions, and yon hare a hungry-looking hole big enough to bury Minnesota, Wisconsin, Rhode Island, and whst the tornadoes have left of Iowa. Cut the vacancy left in the ground up into knot-holes, and put wood around them, and you have enoug lumber to build houses for all of : the United States and part of New Jerscy.rt-N. T. Cor., Chicago Times. ' How greedy you are," said one little girl to another, who had taken the best apple in the dish; "I was going to take ' that myself." The quails in Arizona are white. j NEW TO-DAY. REDEMPTION FUND. TREASURER'S OFFICE, yxocss, Dseember 4, 1885. mO TUB HOT,TEB8 OF OKBTinOATTR QT X IndebledJMg of Lincoln County, ecerud prior to ths Ut at April, A. D. 167ft. Wooreaa, thure to no tbs sum of 11, SSI Si la tbo Redemption Fund. 1 hm-by notify the holders of seld iadebtaloeaj that sasiwl propowl for the rarmnder of tbs same will b received at my office, up to tbs 36th dsy of December a. D. 183, la seoordaoos with sn Act of tbs Legislator of tbs 8UU ot Vevada, approved March ttb. A, D. 175. A FULL STOCK ' Of WINTER GOODS oossistehq ot DIIT BOOTS FURNISHING COODS, Clonlars tc Newmarkets, 5 Blankets ani (Morten, Waterproofs, Shawls, Aod . Ofcole. .rl.tx of T 33 w 33 Xe H Vm Sold for Cash Only. TQH TAX PROCEEDS of the MINES NOTIOB XS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THM Taxes oe the proeeeds of the Mi Ma for lbs qtsmsr ending tMptesabsr SO, 1BSS, are new ae wu payMH m in wawe 01 aa Ammmmow, u ths Uoari.honM. 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