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,. 48RR 5. lxft PAT.-rTh follow- j .h. death oi Ed. Power. ?8il,W Red. iowb.t noted char.- . Ir tear, ia taken from "T'L.tU Oasofth. .ddeet aeeMss hM hPPa oompaaf wiw sbilUaif e ". wk,n 0M f tl" wh"U Omtef, BOB OtWBmaDllllr, niliuvn . m . At vehicle otertaraed, l...u fcwn and pinned tilt besd to the .India" handle. Old. wu ita, itrack down, lot "e!1 o"0 '" jurr. Tho rirtia lingered hall n hour I, cocomdowwi befort death cam. jliMud mills wr bal d dri"g antices eooduted by Ret. Matt HiUa, lbs faMrsl eorUp wu attended by the eitiieas aa bum. i'Th deemed leatea a wife and three yjonj children in cloae eireBDiitaaee. - Ai the weather h no good, and the eld rear is drawini to n eloae and will toon he numbered among the things that onoe were, the claim-owners are doing, and are having done, tin eaeeMmtnt work on their minoo, while others, trito a iew of eating tbemselres from the wear and tear of labor, are waiting to re lonte them, while itill ethers, with set- era! promising elaime in elew that are not likely to hare the required work dose on them by their buy ownora, are abiding the opportunity of relocating the eUinu away from them, no ail having claims that tbey plane any tala on bad better do the anieiment work, th reiding fll-feelinxs, considerable trouble and Joss of property, Bishop Sharps, in hii statement to New York reporter, la mistaken when he asserts that the Mormons in Utah hava eaued taking plural wit. We lean, and from pretty good authority, that not' wiUutaading the amete and poniehment of polypunuK at Salt LakCthTSor Boma is noathan Utah oontlaao taking polygamou wire lo their boeom, and will aost likely eontlnre doing ao until the Got ere meat teaorta to mora atringeat Benares to prerent the etll than "tho iaaseatnreant '. Work on the reduction worke of A. O. Ceapbeira, ate as Mllford, Utah, haa eaued for the winter, ao wo teamed from Date Wadeworth, who nrrited from then oa Monday. Kotwithataading that a Urge mm of money haa been expended by Mr. Campbell the work, aa yet, have not noted anew. Too mine ownere n the TMmtjr are aaroeetir watching th to angra, of th Campbell worke, for they are liable to became wtaaait par. ehnm of on from Pioeh and eurround iagdietriola. . .V Biaaop Jena, who n a great low of aUthat Is eweetaad pure, when he 14 from Utah late thia oonnty to cap ar "at, Woeght along with him hia young "amlaaa, . He loft th old women star trnttofor tWsalvee. "httRiW Foiib. County Treasurer fl''ieeotloe that their in now in Sedtaptioa Fund l,581.M, and that hida for tb name will be reoeired up the th Inataaf For particular read notice. , ,. ,.r Haw thai tin cloade bare dumped all their ajoiitare the weather la again ""j ad th modi town hat drid ap, - aearn, we will probably have fin wath aatil afur the HoUdayi. " The Indiana kat. ben hating a deer feattthh .naV They mad a trip to Highlaad rang. , Tueeday and run caa a Urge k, ni kiu,j r,ulta im th haaty oendltion of tha ao 0. B. Bartoa 1 axperlenoing Warabl. trouble D ramotiag miUing ma ehlnery from Pahraaagat Valley oter to raaaayltania Dlatrict, Th only oUim tkat W. II. Stewart J" Swaatanhip of Netada, ia that hawaaaaaof the oouoaet tor ex-Senator hM ia hia trouble with Mica Hill Th Board of County Father will meet Uoaday next to traniaot h boei Ma uay eoma before it. Preaent yoat UHa to the Clerk of tha Board. , After th 16th hetant th poaUl do partammi iuv rd,n t, th offeot hat tha mail between PJooh and Eu. reka be reiluoad to twlo a week. TheteamaVera fretahtlag between th railroad wmelawa and Piooho at preaent edmUe ft amount paid.; :v , tt rabtr " area thiok an tha Spring TaUty raav that they oonnme oomrider. BUixioviLLH Nn Ptwaca dot Mre. Woode, of Clover Valley, ii aeri- oaaly ill. John Hearty ia erecting a blacktmith ekop ia DullioatiUe. BuUionrilla ia bristling with pretty gina ana naia-ueadea bacbelon. A aho maker from Sboat Creek haa atabliched a abop in Panaca. Mr Bamblia and family of Cloter Val ley are coming to live in Bulliontille. Eiibop Lee had the riot act read to him daring tho week by a burly eon of Panaca. Abopwai girenintbe Panaca Social Hall on Thankegiving night that wae a pleasant affair. Mise Ella Sparks gave a very pleasant social at the residence of be parents last Friday avoniog. Wby don't the talented moke of Pioebe oome and tisit this section as the girls an dying to aee the circus. Th 8tdefeldt furnace is a neat piece of Biaaonry and relleeta much credit on Mr. Morris and bis Salt Lake boys. The McMurrin who was lately ahot io Salt Lake by deputy U. S. Marshall Collin, waa a brother-in-law of Clamp Lee of Panaoa. - ' . A yomg friend, who haa bean there, liiitna a coquette to a mosquito, inas much aa they sting, but the bite is not necessarily fatal. . Earnest Godbe and a Mr. Kliodea ar rived in Ballioutillo Thursday oveuing from L'tsh. Tiio latter gentleman has oome to run the furnace. Uishop Quarts Sparka is billedfor a ser mon at the Panaca Tabernacle next San day during which he will give the brcthcru aome points on tho respective merits of a flash, a pat hand, and two pairs. At there are now only a few old bache lor ia Bullion, all the good looking fel low being married off, we may disap point your garrulous lady correspondent of Panaoa by changing our ainful etate for a blissful on. The masons at Bullionvilla put the fin- iahing touch io th furnace ataok on Saturday and will bav everything com pleted including a large dry kiln, by the 10th, when they will return to their horn in Salt Like City. Tom Davis, a Jackrabbit miner, writes from Sawtooth, Idaho, that th mine in that country ban been greatly exagger ated In tha paper and that it ia a good plaoe for a minor to remaio away from. Tom will do hia sparking thia Winter on fourteen-foot enow shoes. Another victim of tho Mountain Chief Mining Company of Southern Utah footed it into Bulliontille during the week, with a not against that company for 11,437. The Mountain Chief was discovered by a keep-stone, and worked on the revelation plan of I. 0. V. A th Bullionrill Smelting Company will make a draft of laborer in a short time, and aa their furnac will not be ready for a run before the middle of Jan- nary, we would aavisa destitute per- i la search of employ mont not to oome bar. Then waa an agreeable surprise await ing; tha citizen of Bullionvilla at the ootnpany'a store Thursday evening, in the shjp of a mammoth demrjona oi Ai brandy, labeled, "Drink to tha fotnn welfare of Mia Oodba, " a 12-pound young lady who arrived that evening at the residence of Mr. Alfred Godbe'e. Mother and child are 0 K, and Alfred ia tb happiest man In th county. . On Wednesday a number of team from Utah, loaded with produce, arrived ia town. The eggs that thy brought in WU tithing eggs, and the ahelle were eoaroe able to hold the perfume accumu lated wjthin them. Th egg wcr dis posed to .th ungodly house-wives, who th day after purchasing discovered th high aeaaonioawhichsgohad given them, and; they Were Buried in tb ground. The wioked must be punished in torn manner, and if th good church people can dispose of their rotten egga to them at th biglwst market prim, it ia about as wholesome nway of punishiag th wicked aa we know of. Lrtixo Mostnmt. On th tomb of Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Is the insorip twain Latin. "Iiyoaaakfor this mon nmant look around yon." The tlionaanda aad hundreds of thonsanda of people whom you ase to-day fre from rheuma tism and kindred diseases are living mon omenta to th power of St. Jacob Oil, Th Couanwor of Psin. , ' ' Pat McDonough is now opening np in th old Dexter mine a body of on that promise to ha an extensive body of t40 ore. It really looks aa though It waa aa antra large body of on. Tha claim la owned by Henry Walland, Prof. Dooley Lost Mise. An old miner says that the existence of the rich placertof the watershed of the Green, Wind and Snake rivers has been known from a very early day. Until the late discovery by the Oregon prospectors, the location of th placera had been ahrouded in mystery. In one of the early 60'a, late in the fall, there came to St Mary'a etation, on the Old Ben Holliday's overland route, an unkempt and grimy miner bearing on hia back a large sack of gold dust and nua gets. He ssid he had been at work all summer on tho big watershed, but would not give any certain Information. He and hia precious sack at one departed for the east. Early in the succeeding spring he appeared once more at 8t Mary'a accompanied by two companions and a good mining outfit. The three men struck out straight for the big divide, and were never heard of afterwards. Whether they wen killed by the Indians, or made their pile and went out by the other slope, ia attll an open question. It haa lately been ascertained that men have been working secret placera in the moun tain recesses of the Teton hasin all sum. mer. Kothing definite baa beeo learned of the character of the placers, but the steslthy workioge and the time consumed leada to.tlie supposition of rich diggings. Butts Town Talk. Tho omcera ehoold endeavor to die- cover and arrest the partiea engaged in aelling liquor to the Indians. It haa become an almost daily spectacle to wit neaa a number of drunken Indiana par ading our streets. The other evening a couple oi squaw auugbt refuge in a house where they are frequently employed from tbo abuse of their drunken bucks. One of the bucks went to the house, and hat ing aecn the lady'a husband come up town, opened the door and walked in. Ho was ordered out of the house, but re fused to go, and kept advancing on the lady, when ahe went into another room, procured a revolver, and as tho advano ing buck poked his nose in the door, the muzzle of the revolver waa ehoved under his proboscis, when he changed hia mind, and consented to leave the premiees, at tho aame tim threatening to kill one of the cows. After getting outside he fired hie pistol off for the purpose of frighten ing the Isdy. The ofhoers ahould make an effort to unearth these violators of the law and have justice meted out to them. Bishop Sharpe, of Salt Lake City, in conversation with a reporter in New York, ia reported to have aaid, in an swer to the question if he had been ex communicated bytb Mormon Church No, it haa not, and I hava not excom municated the Church. If you hate done talking about railroads and mines, let me tell you I stand where I havealwaya stood in patriotism and religion. I pro pose to render unto Cassar the things that are Cmsar's, and unto God the thinga that an God's, and I shall be greatly mistaken if my co-religionists do not eoon oome to the aame oonoloaion as to their duty. There has always been leu polyg amy in Utah than ia supposed, and of late no plural marriage bav occurred. Nothing more can be done to enforoe th law. It ia fully enforced now. Any thing more would uselessly aggravate the people Better let thing work. You will aee that all will com out right before long." OvtRLASD Mokthlt. Among other interesting articles in the Overland for December the leading article will be oa "The Lick Obsertetory," by Professor Edward S. Hclden, the new President of California. This may regarded as an authoritative statement on tha observa tory. " Personal Recollections of th lata John McCullough," written by an old Californian and one of bis moat Inti mate friends, will form a notable feature. An army officer of wide experienoe will make practical and pertinent " Sugges tions on the Indian question." "Tha anti-Chinese riot in Wyoming " will re ceive further attention in an artiole treat ing it from another standpoint. Then will be a careful atudy of thefamoua Hawaiian volcanoes. Dr. L Conte's third paper on "Camping in the high Sierras " will describe Mt. Dana, Lakes Mono and Tahoe, glacial action and ax tinot voleanoee. - Upon the aowa of th death of Vice President Hendricks being reoeired ia Pioche, the flags were hoisted at half, maat by the Fire Department. Ed. Freudenthal, the sunflower rancher of Pahranagat, haa been in town tho moat of the week. He braced up oa candy the most of the time he wae Here. The way to distinguish a rotten egg, and it is infallible, ie to break a hole in tho end of it and taste it A fond father of Lyon, N. Y., east tha old ahoe for look after hie new married daughter with auch force that it attack ll,nilatrmnm aud knooked him more mnaelesa than ha waa before. The bride tainted and th tow Waa spoiled. Tax New Nstam Dnraicr, Haw-' borne District, where the La Panta ledge located, ie a taat pile of lime stone, containing a network of ledges of decomposed quarts, and there eeema to be ao boundary to th golden area, In all directions, nnd in the most nnpromia ing place, proepector are finding de posits of tha precious metal, and all or thodox rule of search hat been s ban don ed. The theory which ia now popn- ar ia that th gold ie where It ie found, and how and wby it came then ia left for futon oonaideration. A toll road ia already being projected, two town sites are beglnmg to ahow their pin feathen, and a atage tin will soon be in opera tion. Already town lota hava been sold on Water street and Fountain avenue in Lake City, and tha real eatate fever baa taken a good start. Hawthorn haa abandoned all iaterest in tha silver ques tion. Th oenter of triangle formed by three gold districts, ita businesa men now only fear that gold value may de preciate. Th Yellow Jacket mina to the south west, th Gardener mine to the northwest, either sufficient to make tbioge agreeable to people whoa desires are within reasonable bonnde, and the wonderful depoaita In Lak dlatrict, di rectly east, make this a gold oenter of alarming activity. The old Duke of Wellington possessed more titles of nobility than any other English peer. They were no lest than ten in number, fifteen, including hia for. eign titles. This large number of honors is, however, equalled, aad even ceeded, by several Scotch peers. Among the heavily-titled English peen are the Duko of Norfolk with eight titles, tho Dukes of Devonshire, Marlborough and Northumberland six each, and tha Duke of Portland fit. A ganlleman, whoso family consists of a wife and twin girl babies, came in very late one night and went to bed. His sleep wu broken, and ha seised and tumbled and muttered something about "two of a kind" and a "small pair." Poor John," murmured hia wife, "ho is tired, and ia dreaming of the chil dren."-New York Sun. . A Yankee genina baa invented a oon- trlvanoa which ia auppoaed to b an im provement on the old-faahioned pole hold ing np aa old hat and tattered cost and breech stuffed with straw. It la scarecrow windmill, with aleigh belle at tached. The wind makes th xan go round, and they jingle the balls, greatly to the annoyance of the crow. At a negro wedding, wha th minis ter read tha worde, "Love, honor avid obey," tbo groom interrupted him and Midi- "Head that again. Bah; read U onoe mo' so da lady kin ketch the full solemnity of de moaning. I a been mar ried befo'." Chicago Tribune. A man in New York who bd been a victim of a card swindler, went into Court and d ascribed from memory thirty eeparate mark that had been pat oa as many cards by tb thumb-nail of tb eherper, each of which identified ita par ticular card. A oonfectioner ia Indianapolis give customers th privilege of eating all the candy they can get away with at one time in hit store for 23 cente each, and declare that ha make money main out of ten. Vermont hu nine liting ox-Governors. TJNI01T 1IAEKET, MAIS 8T!EtT. PIOCHE. JOHN P. HENRY. PROPniSTOR. iWBOLUALI ADD BITAIti 2 ! XT Tf o : A i T TH IS MASK! T WILL ALWAI8 BI luu) jasaeeaoia BEE1P, POBK, MUrj'ON, and VRal. ,..1.. MMu to Tsnllx tsea ' Aiitasnforatssta,ata.,aai'aaded to prnttlr i aadwitktlspatek. ara.ll MI80ELLAHE0O8. PHILADELPHIA BBtWth!, Mala BHvw!,., Ptwch Louis Klelne, Proprietor, 9 rrjwriBHisa a sornniuK abticl Of Lager Beer QvaatUtoa t It, at Ik Uv.i UaiM Adjolalttff ) t applied AH OUT NOTICE tt & Ms, H..STSEET, l'"'B.... jKVAi -.WI DEALERS IJM IKON, STEEL, : MILL and Mil's' IN G SUPPLIES, HOSE, BELTING" ' PACKING, NAVAL STORES, QAS-PIPB aa FITTAUS, aiBuirooo WAooiv jszatkrias. m BASII, DOOKS k UMD, PAINTS ft OILS, : Agricultural Implements TOVRCI, CROCKERY CLAtfU WAUS. and BOUSB JVUti IHH1NO OOODS. etanafaotuma of Qopper.fut aad BlMot-Xren Ware, aiamb bmmbbhu waHrB. TTItDOrf ABTEB9 FOB OOAL OIL (1IAKT 1 1 and Dupoat Blasting Pewdsr and Oall I oraia raw. WE EIIP PIB8T-0LABS GOODS ONLTI We Bay for Cash and Sell for Cash. ONB PRIOR TO ALt.ll COIVJE AND SEE aVVfttrjr Chlc Sslvetioa of Orocarlei Kt, Said Cheap tow Caib, at J. NESBITT & BRO.. Oonurof Main 4 Lsxonr (Street (TwoBtorjllrtprool BulltUi) Ploohe Nevada. WBOLKSAM AWO HKTA1L , DCALSB IR r Croeeriess Provisions General Merchandise. taapartara af Sraa.eaB : . XjiejaaoraB. Oisavz-aa avxi-cl Totoaocoe. 0SKT8 rUBHISHUJG FOODS' Bootai SxMjeai, OaAlH avm MLOVH eanttaaillr ON Ale a Viae Assortment of O, tOCKBRY. GLAHHWARB AND g ataellrere free of ehsrue lo stj po. eftb 1T. Olte OS a eall fterore pnrcnwmF fterlw . are preparlm to sell out at t. r aasi aula pno.. CLAD NEWS FOB H N-frrvou tt Dlbllltatett I Ml. LOVlIt-Y'S World EenwiiBiBeiGiy, n never Failing cure FOB ' Io poUiitWi HerroM Debility, Beminftl Wead:neas nd Nerroni Ex rtion, however indnoed, . uTtiTely Vegetable Be Hftble Bemedy. More Valuable than Cold! I SEJSSSEsfT. wui Hndiebo. Ipr HDlrlti. wbicla m tlie warn" m tnttonsi o""""" itfatr it the Bif'-ittl FIBBSID MAflAZINK, HaSM. . X. tit nsUm to a aoallhr conanira V....iti oackHe. (lipsi MllVSiacUoit toeorothe worst eases, BO Tit Bale by all Drngti .pd en tbrongnoui me www. IAJJre.a Pi LOWRTis m UMn$ton Avtmue, Mew Tork; IaOWRT'8 RKUaUliaW. av.m MISOELIiAKEOTJP. J. H. KEECE, SUCCESSOR TO G. R. ALEXANDER, DntGOlST AND APOTU1CAR1, KEEPS CONSTANTLY OK BAUD A LABOE LOT Of Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, ah tjr.oliot Artlolcai LOWEST POSSIBLE FB10I8. BE. J. H. REECE, Physician mi Snrgeco. ; OrncR-At Drug Bloic, ileo Bin Jom How, ' Hoctie, Nnvttl. Icr WfMkiy "t to BctuDo, ueuBtvBla, an- gtawriDff, discoTsyrief, inventions I ever ma ana pliant ilinMntod with I an lend id I a taoet valaa) nn nernon ah P. To IB DUDII I tbo BcixNTmo IOUltUlOD BOM-IT IqUlD IDM Of Bill oioac BD BI ,. lt3cUacornbinjil. S.Ter.wojBt toCluhB. Sold br all Mwwllrm. UUtfNatGU.. , PabUabm. No. Kl Broadway. V. T. lWlillVA Mnnn ft Co. DM ATEHTS. tttiV&e bbwRsbbbsw priciM ueiuis , i pntitt Offic. and h pwpata plltMtlontJ an i tuitnm riuI fonlsa ooautr.fJ. ' Oaveata. Trado-MariuL Copynihta, R...aTnmRit. and all OUW papan ivr I aecntiug to tiiTent United Watt Cai 'Xd'etataa, Canada. EnjUitd. ftajoj. " i saa.I aaatl vltrhtal la tba at-hort .otic do nnatletmi. M nlormatton aa to obtamliit naU jAat !nnaBT ana omar lomsB j" I fr Tho uiWanUire of ancli DoMoa II il nndnmtood to all paiawia who vmb. to oupow notice or vir COMMKNIKU. Btat or Hevaoa, Qoxrwrt or tweow, 1 DmaioT os tmoamavsam VTroaUiT'a ornoi. To tba following namsd dofenduts, aad to all owoera or elumanU to the ml aetata and ainprovementa tnareon, or inpruvtwaruiaj naffMtd aepamtolTt beraiaalter deaorlbaai situate, lTlnw and bflinR in ttaa Ooiiiitjo Uy ooln. State ol Nevada, known or unknown, too ata nareDT doivimxi tun ' manced In thts Jnrtlca Court. Wooha TowiuWp. in and for Lintwlo oonnty, Htate of Kavad. OF tho StaUof Mevada, ilalnUft an -ach of tbe defendants , here matter naaied. NtaT rue raort ass and eacn oi oo iwhowihm tracts or parcel! of land, with tba lm nroTementB thereon and improventnto when Kpante.yuaesad,and U owoera and olain. ants to sane, koown or unknown, to recover tba . .T..1 limintd.ev asecaeed to said detettdatit . asaloat said propejrty for tbe fiscal year com. menelng Jnuiry I. 1B8S. sod eoding Decem ber St , 1663. and tnat a nnnoiw w j -t ismed in said oase; and yoa are f nnber notified j tbat nnlesa you appear and entwer the com plaint filed and abow csnae on or before tb vt h au of Decembir. 188S, judsment Will M I taken against von. and tbo real estate and tm. provements hereinafter described for the I amount OI nxpa HM iuiuniaamv --- cosuoliuu: TAT AlTD XEI4QT7FCT. I Chllorfeb: Fee simpU utie to ioui o. si ana ca in ojoc wu. , vi lots Mo. 9 sod 3, in block Ho. M, S0 lot Vo.l to block Ko.18, alao lot Wo. 11 in Work So. IB, In tbo town of Pioche, according to tbo ofllclal map thereof. . riS , fTO Tea per cent.... M Total....; e , Asttim k Bro: Fee slmgle twe w iot HO. 1, in DIOOB IB. (HO uuvwviw- ,: menta thereon, In the town of Pioche, according to tho official map thereof. Ta " Tea per cent ,...-. "" . U T. Bannde'rs: Pee simple title to lot Bo. 18, in oiooi o. ao, " i v , block Mo. V. and tbe Improvements tbeieon; alto lot Mo. 19, lu block Mo. 30, alao lots No. 1, 49. and 43. Hi bit ck Mo. 29, and the Improvements thereon, in tbe town of Pioche, ao cording to u onicui uv . Tax ....... ..WO Ten percent Total District or Prosecuting Attorney for Unoola I Count?. - Given Away for One Year. Wow.nt200.aro sulWTlbMa before Aptlllstl 1B85. to unr lMgo Ulustratal paklieaUoa, Ta MMBBMarSra. or't arttto aaot. nomberof ..b!rtliT.e asul ajwaws, job. scrtpUonBtne test yr. aod the imjlj" wswuiaufcenptke lo..MBort ofttMa Jill ...w k B0.,n n..lna -oar naolsr pnoa SB a tear Orior for jonieolf ao rl.aoa and on wm lister legtot'lt. Bono U tww. ataaipa rop.,ptwVa4 ,o-lUb.JJOlb-.lo abovn oner, wo wo to drtrlbot. amoo ,r Mistook uldlrWW. a few small books oooulnlo oai aatortlae. but hoosebold recoipU. lor wblj .we will msko too a pnant of bandeosjo Minor. i4se Si"wo.ora oe.lfolplahe,phJ. togr.pb albnni. .. J"?l S Soot. d"pi. pr?:abis. wlllreoelto tho preooot before rJsJJBWJtJ books, eaweaiwM. ij -- art I Htnini it at otiT r"Dnae. Aaareee -: - t. i cDnr mat and weelt fie, a eokljr bea of HI rilLLl aooda whlck will aolp lo i to I llli. !- ,m n.hl urat tkaa Deal . . k Tha ixraaal nftd snre. At - ., and rat MoUtmougB. .