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OI If EW YORK.
J. Ponjnde takes charge of the IIecord
with this iuue and will edit it until the
return of the proprietor from Salt Lake.
. MET Vm KIJOH m.
Three of the Indiana White Caps have
been shot. It ie hoped that they will
die of their wounds. We do not ordi
oarily rejoin at blood letting; but in this
instance we are happy. The beings
oalled White Caps are things disgracing
the form of man who propose to look
after the morals not of themselves, for
they have none, but of their neighbors,
Their last beastly action was an attack
by twenty-five armed males on a poor
widow and her daughter. The two
women were taken from their home ab
solutely naked and lashed with whips
till they swooned from the loss of blood.
The lying brutes claimed that these fe
males were not pure enough for their
standard. In attempting in their cow
fcrdly, irresponible way to spread the
news they ran across what appears to be
an extraordinary thing in some eastern
states, a real man. This man had three
friends who also were real men. These
four poured a heaven-directed volley
into the gang of twenty -five. Trne to
their natural instincts the latter at once
Bed, though they were well armed and
had jus been firing at a decent man.
Tbeybore away three of their number
wounded. If ever there were such things
as blessed bullets they were these that
struok the three White Caps. Yet after
ell it might be belt that they should not
die thus. They would be most appro
priate ornaments to a rcpe.
THAT HKBR MATTER
Our Storey County democratic ex
ehangetare insisting tfcat their readers
should encourage the manufacture of
home-made beer, by calling for it in
preference to that imported from Cali
fornia, We agree with them. They are
making a good fight. Why not patron
ise yonr neighbors? When you help
your neighbor you help yourself. He
may spend a dollar with you occasion
ally. There is a possibility in that di
rection. But the California brewer will
never, by any possibility, come to Vir
ginia City to hire a carpenter or a black
smith, nor to buy his groceries. He pro-
duots nothing in this State. He pays
no taxes to help support the schools at
which our children are educated, he is of
ao moral nor material value to the com
munity. Drink home made beer by all
means. But why do our brethren draw
the lino at beer? Should we not apply
the same principle to all the products of
the United 8tates as against those of for
eign oonntries? If not, why not? We
are Kevadans, but still more we are
Americans. Now toothers. you are right
on the beer question. Just take the
same logical view of the tariff issue and
march into the Republican ranks.
The Pahranagat Valley people are to
make another effort to get increased mail
srvioe, The weight of mail received
there was ascertained for the last three
trips and averaged 60 pounds per trip.
It baa been abont the same for many
months past Tlie Record ie with the
dwellers in the Valley. It proposes, to
keep pushing with them until something
gires way.
In the death of R. S. Cupp the world
has 1m n brave good man, Nevada a
statesman; and Liooolp Countyfa good
friend. Ho had many admirers and
friends, and like all decent men some
enemies. The Inttor were compelled at
least to respect htm. He was worthy of
all the admiration that was bestowed
upon him.
-Ceateatment ie the pearl of pries. ,
CO AsHTj .NEWS,
Tulare couuty farmers are destroying
rabbits by dosing watermelons with
strychnine.
A black bear was killed in the streets
of Astoria, Oregon, July 19. It weighed
dressed, 456 pounds.
The cemetery of Fort Bragg contains
26 bodies, and only one headboard to
to tell the names of those who sleep be
neath the sod.
The Father De Smet mine in the Da
kota Black Hills pays regular monthly
dividends to the shareholders on pre as
saying but $5 per ton.
R. H. Barclay, of Bur hank, Los An
geles county, picked a single branch
from a blackberry bush, last week, that
had 1500 full-size berries attached.
A fifteen -year-old girl of Santa Bosa
walked out of a second-story window of
her father's home while asleep. She fell
twenty-five feet and did not receive the
sugtiest injury.
N. M. Thompson of Selraa, Cat., was
bitten on the neck last week bv a black
spider. .In a few hours Mr. Thomnann
was insane and the doctors have given
aim up.
A California company with 115.000. 000
nominal capital ie about to expend
$1,000,000 in a plant for developing iron,
coal and limestone deposits at Iron City,
Utah.
At the coming Fair ab Independence,
Inyo county, Cal the cowboys are to
have a chance to show their skill. A
purse of 920 will be given to the vnquero
who in the shortest time shall lasso and
tie a fiery untamed bovine.
Joe Mason, a nuniog man, and an old
stage driver of Motley's Station, Cal.t
last Saturday sat down on a box of giant
powder and touched it off. A Coroner
was summoned, but he could find noth
ing on which to hold an inquest except a
hole in the ground.
Williams, the Cariboo murderer, when
recaptured, was asked why he did not
offer resistance or drown himself rather
than to be taken back to be hung and he
replied: ' Oh, I am to d n mean to
kill myself; luck is against me and I sap-
pose I will have to haug."
In San Francisco July 21, Will ism
Henderson, a colored man, convicted of
outraging his stepdaughter, Francis
Drake, aged 15, was sentenced to twenty
years in Folsom. Henderson was tried
for a similar offense at Reno, some
months ago, but the jury failed to agree
and the prisoner was relea'ied upon bis
own recognizance.
The Yamhill Exporter Or.) man no
ticed on his way from Portland home the
other day a hardy farmer's wife manipu
lating a scythe noder the broiling sun,
while in a corner of the fence her baby
waa taking it easy in a baby-buggy.
The woman would give the buggy a
shake every once in a while, then re
sume her cutting. Peanuts against ap
ples that woman will never starve.
A Horrible Inheritance.
Tho transmission of the fearful effects
of L-ontfioua blood person is tbe most
horrible inheritance which any man
ciin leave to bis innocent posterity; but
It can be certainly mitigated ami in the
majority of canes, prevented by the
Use of the antidote which Natu.e fur
ttishes, and which is found in tho remo
y known all over tho world as Bwift'a
bjfcciiic-commonly called "S. 8. 8."
Mr. J.H.Brown, ot HonwUsvilio, 5 Y,
writes: "Three years I suffered with
this horrible disease. fiwiiVs Bpecino
cured me completely."
Prof. Edwin Baar. 234 E.32nd st NT
writes: "Swift's t?ecilta cured'ms
of a fearful case of Blood Poison "
Dr. B. F. Winglield, of the Soldler'a
Home, Klchmoiid, v a., writes: "Nwft's
Specific cui-ed me of a severe case of
Wood Poison." M
D. W. JC Brltrgt, Brooklyn, N. T
Writes: "I was a perfect wreck from
Btood Poison. Bwift's SpeclHo restored
health and faopo, and I am well to-day
C. W. Langmll, Savannah, Ua : I
suffered lone: with Blood Poison, I tried
Swift's Biwcino and sin perfectly welL
. -$uell of pwer' Hotel, Roch-
star, N.Y., writes : "It is the best blood
remedy on earth. I cured myself with
It. I recommended it to a friend and 1ft
anode him well."
,Ml L Stanton, of the Bmlthvilla,
(On.) News, writes thnt a friend was
afflicted with a case of Blood Poison.
and two bottlea of 8. a b. effected a
complete cure.
Treatise on Blood nnd Rlctn Diseases
mtiilodrrea, The Harm Bpecino Co.,
Drawers, Atlauta, tis.
According to Professor Sargent, the
strougest wood in the United States is
that of the nutmeg hickory of Arkansas
region, and the weakest the tVeus In
dian birch. The most elastic is the
tamarack, the white or shell-brk hick
ory standing far below it. The leaot
elastic, and the lowest in specific gravity,
Is wood of the ficus aurea. The highest
specQio gravity upon which in general
depends valoe as fuel, is attained by the
bluewoodof Texas.
Clara I bad such a pleasant call last
night from Mr. Paperweight, Ethel, It
was fully 12 o'clock before be oould tear
himself away. Ethel I hope bis coat
didn't suffer, dear. Lifs.
Cf HIOl THINGS OfT LI PIC
An sjtogetluir unprincipled thief in
Macon, ntnle crape from the door of
a hou:
William Sherwood, of Baltimore, Md.,
will spend one year in prison for stealing
a Bible.
At TiJton, III., there was a man who
lived out doors under an umbrella all
last winter; even when the thermometer
touched 22 deep, below zero.
A queer flower which grows ia Yuca
tan is the man i to (tittle hand) of the gu
arnmo. It is in the exact shape of the
human hand, with four tiogers, thumb,
nails and knuckles all complete.
"Murphy, moight oi ax yes whudder
it's natheral er artificial fur yes to be dat
bow legged."
"Artificial, Moike; oi rode up iu a
b'loon waa toime, an' walked back."
Harper's Bazar.
Miss Ida How do you pronounce
Mephiitophe.es, Mr. Smith? Mr. Smith
-I never pronounce it; I simply men
tion bis home address. Tid-Bita.
There is more fatigue in lazinens titan
in labor.
NEW TO-DAY.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
INTHRDIBTHICT COURT Of THE STATE
ot Nevada, Count? of Llucola Ia the nut
ter of the estate of James A. Wsdawortb, de
ceased. isottcs ie hereby ftirea. That, in pursuance
of an order of the District Guar: of the County
of Lincoln. BUta of Nevd, nude on tba 'J tut
day of April. A. l. 1H8U. in the matter of tb
estate of Jamei A. Wdswotth deceai'd, the
undersigned, the AdmititHtoni or mud estate,
will aoli at public auction, or private ul,t
the highest bidder, for oa-b. and subject to
couflriuation by said District Court, ou Httur
day. th first day of (September, A. D lftM.at
1 o clock r. m ,at tho town of Paoaea, in the
County of Lincoln, all the right, lUie, loUTst,
and estate of the said James A. Wadsorth at
the time of his death, and all the right, title,
and Interest that the naid estate has, by opura
tlon of law or otherwle, acquired other than,
or la sdditl n to, that of the Slid JmesA.
Wads worth at the time of his death. In and to
all ttiuse certain lots, pieces, or parcels of land
stiuate, lying and twin In the aald County oi
Lincoln, btateof Nevada, aud buuuded and de
soribed as follows, or so much thereof aa It
may be necessary to ll, to wit;
Una lot of laod, about 24 acres, abuntl
miles north of the town of Panaca, and known
a4 the McIoMwh land. Abont UU acres of past
ure land lying north of Pansca, kuowa as the
hay held. Lotaiu block 87 in eauaca Town
ship. L U l k i lu block 38 In Ptbaus. Lot 2
Id block fiS in P.mum. Lot l block 48 In Pa
naja. About 20 acres of land adioininn rntc.
on the south, known as the Bind hill. Lm
la block b iu Pultun used as a pasture lot.
Teiins. Oatth ten ner ceDt. of th mirnh.an
SAOuey to be paid to the Admlulatrators on the
dity of eln, balancs on confirmation of sal a by
ald District Court; deed, at sipecsa of pur
chaser. K.J. WADSWORTH and J&TER SNOW.
Administrators of the Estate of James A
Wads ortii. deceased,
auKtd
ALIAS SUMMON3.
M THR JP3TIOE-3 CO0BT 01' PtOCHB
J. w iUB uouuty oi jjinaola.
State of Nevada: Johu 0. Gelabert, pl.iniiffi
T. Ant. Aguayo and A Adelmaun attendants.
The State of Nevada sands grestlng to Ant
Aguayo and A. Adelmaun, defendants:
me, at my office In Ploche, Nevada, In the
County of Lincoln, on the twenty.ninth day of
September, 1888, atone o'clock f m. In au ac
tion brought against yon by said plaintiff, to
answer the complaint of the above named
pialntm.
Bald action is brought to newer Judgment
egaiufctyott for the sum of one hundred and
...j-.-.uv (.im..o iw; me amount of
principal and Interest due plslntiff upon a cer.
tiff on JuijiS.loSi, for the sum of one nun-
nri fSlfini iIaIi... - . . .
. T .-.o, .uu a vvpj oi wuicn ts
filed In tula caw as more folly appears by the
f . uno'iiw waicu you are r-
feired, or judgment ill be taken against yon
this suit if ton fail to 'appear and an-wer."
Tn lha Hh.rliTn, .1,, t v,.
- - " "hj uvuiuuig who coun
ty, greeting: afake legal service and due re
turn hereof.
of Joly mT m' hnd wenl'"elnth 4l7
. . A, . A. A, TOUNQ.
A Jtutlce of the Peace for said township .
Attest; A true copy. I. D. Turner, Bbelff.
Motict for Publication.
Land Oi net ai Xcuba, Nevio ,
NOTICE BEUEBT OIVwJ THat'tHE
foil owing-named r has filed notice
orbistnt&Uon(omakaoal proof ta support
w-.ui, muu uai saui proof wui be made
n't 1? nB" f 'b ' Fiu',rld' dge of the
v 7,,. h u . I , riocne.
uY. n . i i.w.Tii:namuel Hor.
V muif nv. 4w ior me n u
SI?4 .U8 snd W H of a
, - 01 nange ee
- iwnowing witneeaa
1 wu.iuuuiiH rt!siuruc npoo. and
cnltlvatlon of. aald land, rta: Joseph Conaway
of Meadow Vkii wt.t, u.. . ri v:'
of Panaca, Nev., I. D. Turner' of Pioc'be. Ner '
a. S. Clapp, of Pioehe, Nev.
JlySS td p. H. HALL, Beglater.
Notics for Publication.
tawn OrnoK at Kdsma, NaTAnA, i
NOltOE Tl HEBKBT 0IVEN TaaTfHal
foiluwiug named sottlt r has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in support
of hia claim, and that aald pre. f win be mada
before Hon, A. L. rltngeratd, Judge or tne
District Court, 8Ute of Nevada, at Piooh. .
vada.un Hept. II, U88, vii: Joeoph Conaway
Homestead Kntry No. MM, far the li W u of ki
l: X, W of HE 5 and N H of B k , hko-
t. M. h names the following wttneeees to
prore bis oontinnone resilience upon, and cnu
tlvation of. raid. land, vis: Samuel Ksrahaw,
of Meadow Vailav Wash, NeT.i W. b. Carlov
of Panaca, Nev.; E. 1). Turner, el Plocbe, Nev j
MISCELLANEOUS.
HESPEHIA1T
DRUG STORE.
JOHN SIIIER?
Druggist and Apothecary, .
PURE DRUGS,
Choicest Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines,
AND
STATIONERY.
THE DSPAKTHUIT Of .
mm& FLOWER SEEDS
Will receive FapMlal Atteatlta
during the
Present Season.
MIT STOCK,
lii .11 Hum, will b.
FRKSH AND PXRST-CLASS.
JOHN SHIER,
Pojtoffioe, Main Pt., Fioche, Fer.
f. J. BOSKOTOZ,
. Agent foa Finest
Kentucky Whiskies
. HID
California Wines,
252 Market St, San Francisco. Cal.
J. POUJADE,
ORK BUYER,
Pill THB HIGBHT PKICB tOU
LEAD a SILVER ORES,
maim t., piocbb, mev.
J. A. NESBITT,
Physician a Surgeon.
orpicB ox i.trorn t.
piochk, ' KVi
4PP i WMk ' tfi.OO Mitt in.
OUU "lnul required. Ke.df r , II ,00 wZ
liMlii... .iwtilrll tHiraoo. ol .ltber
Ume Cher work, wltl, .beolute cwtuntj.mi.
uLfiuT " Uiu'KTT of, tan.
llflUrV' Bd,i 0at "i'JO"t uid re.
M IMr li"m to '' wlllMrt ,m
HIUIILI'ne. mmelhlm of (rul nlu. ini
ImporUnea to .on. tbktwiu .um
70a in buirmi whlck mil bring you Id Bon
ooej rKU .w.j ku oytklni 1m In tbia
world. 1dm do tu work ml 11 v u
bout. Eltbat mull igo., aomtiklaf d.w
tb.t Intl ooto. money for .U workm. Wovui
tut jm: opiul not WM, Tbl. taooo of
tba goDTtlD. ImporUBt ebtDOMof llfattrae.
Tdow wbo in bmbltloq. ud aaterprltlBi will
flot leUr Orod outfit tin. AAdnK Tan A
Sa., IKaaU. kUlu.
EISEHMiNH'B
Main Street, Picche, Nevada,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
HARDWARE
MINING SUPPLIES,
IMA, STEEL AMI PUPS, ZLl -BELTI.C,
PICKING 1D HOSE,
MlfflLISTS JLKKSMITH & MRPE.OT TOOLS,
. STE.IM, WATER 4 CIS PIPE, -CfS,
RIFLES, PISTOLS 4 i.M.DTI0.,
mm OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
STOVES AXTD THTWA2U3,
Crockery and dlassware,
IgricBltnril Irxpleaents and Wagons,
Hardwood and Wagon Material,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
. .Paints, Oils and Glass,-J 1":
Prepared Iron Roofing,
v ; : Pitch, Tar and Resin, ;
Rope and .aval Stores,
-ALSO A-
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Giant, Bltsustinf;
Fuse, Candles, Etc ,
in connection with the establishment la a com plat
nop, and am prepared to execute promptly all ,.
orders for Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron , ,
- Work, Steam, Air, Water and ,
Exhaust Pipe Plumbing
. . and Pump Work. , , P, ; ,
' The Etoolr rmmnrlu. t!hm Vaat nvn J. r n ...... . .
ana pr.oei are Reduced to a figure that Defies CompeUUon.
ojjb phioh vo AXaLiii -
BANK EXCHANGE
RESTAUR ANT '
tie. -.-aj
PIOOHH ' NB3VADA.
11.1. Ot fARR. .
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BEST IN THE MARKET.
All tlie Delicacies of tne Season?
0
Proprletreaa,
EAGLE BAKERY,
MAIN STREKT, '
I PEEUDESTHAt; Pre.
J7xes3a. Bread
CVCRY DAY.
T'xtam. OA.siai, aito.,
OK BAND.
ALSO PBCIAU.V MADB TO ORDBH
- ON BaOBT MOT1CM.
ADYEBTIBEKE3JT,,
mm
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
eft Gun PoWdor
PHILADELPHIA
"'".B R E WE R Y,'
Main treet,. ... . pioche.
LOUIS KLEIN,
biQuona
;i(trt oica-jBjRai
To be Had la the Market
T. J. OSBORNE,
Attoiney-at-Lai aai' Kotarf Poulic.
i Ptmmp atlualla. dm ; , ,
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