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NtTl'HiMY OCroBKKlO. 18S9. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THTKiYV at O'CLOCK LAW. The first case brought la thii county, under the 12 o'clock law as it is called, was tried in the Justice's Court last Wednesday before a full jury, but the fate of the law, so far as this commun ity ii concerned, is still In doubt, as the jury, unable to agree on verdict was discharged by the court. The defend ants were Geo. B. Warren and Daniel McDonald, proprietors of the new sa loon, and the compliint filed last Satur day charged a violation of the statute on the night of the 10th inst. The jury consisted of R inert Husband, Asa House, Henry Tracy, VV. R McFadden, E. Mc Liughlin, F. W. Newton, D. L. Davis, Win. O'Connel, L. Heaps, A. Veitch, Jos. Cook and H. D. Spiuer. There was so defense interposed on matters of fact but the unconstitutionality of the law was ret up and the argument supported by frequent references 1 1 the Declaration of Indepndence and the State Constitu tion. This case was brought to teat the law here, and though plainly made out, the jury wouldu'c hive it, th-ir last bal lit stauding 7 for acquittal and S for coo victi m. The matter will be tried again, but difficulty will oow be experienced in obtaining jury. The best part of the community say the law should be en forced, but their views are so publicly exureaaed as to practically disqualify them, and if the effort finally fails Mich perons will have themselves largely to thank for the result. W. R McFadden. Phil Smith and John Smith have leaned from T. C. Poujade, the Pmnslvani Quartz mid, in Pennsylvania Mining district, for eight month, and wnt down during the wtek to put the mill in repair. They v. ill make ad effort to concentrate the "black jick" ore, taken out during last workings f the mine and which con tained so much base material as to render it unprofitable to work by the milling process. A fe years sgi the New Home Sew iog Machine was seldom heard of. It is now the best known and has more friends and a larger sale than any other sewing machine. On account of the aimDle me chanical devices employed in its con struction, it runs lighter and with greater speed than any other. All the parts are made adjustable, so that "lost motion" from Ion Uoage, can be easily takm up, making the New Home the best machine for family use now in the market. Foe $150. A foot race of 75-yarda for a purse of $150 was arranged last Mon day between Alfred Godbeand H. E. Frtudenthal. The race will come off this (3aturda) afternoon on Lacour St , at about 5 o'clock. Freudt-nthal is the best long distance runner in this vicinitv. but on the 75 yard chase God be expects to give him a warm game. Our old townsman, Thompson Camp bell, now Secretary of the Republican Central Committe at Butte, Mont., sends us a lot of election material, including one of the ballots used thereat the late eleotion. The ballot is a yard long and a foot wide and contains the names of 82 candidates. Sale notices are up under which the in terest of Pettr Williams in the Hector, Jupiter and Comet mining claims, situ ate on Spring Mountain, will be sold on the 7th day of next month to satisfy a judgment in favor of James McFadden for $256 and costs. Last Wednesday evening, Henry Ros. coe, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.. Henry Eiltrs, died of cerebro spinal meningitis. The child was sick but few dayr only. The funeral took plaoe at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, E. A. Shear, accompanied by Mr. Nicbolis Trewiok, a mining man of Salt Lake, came in Thursday morning, from Salt Lake City, presumably looking up some of our outside prospects. A staady rain set in last Sunday morn, ingand the weather was unsettled for several days, Impeding travel and tern porarily laying off teveral teams engaged in hanling coal and ore. OllasoD, the photographer, has re ceived some new studio furniture among which is a new handsome background to be used in taking portraits. J- S. Retder, the barber, has got in a took of good cigars at all prices. If you ant an extra fine smoke try one of his best. ' Owing to the storm and heavy loads, Tuesday's Milford stage did not arrive until 9 o'clock p. m. Get ready to pay your Ums. cow.vrr bbcokokk'4 offh b. Btuin-u Transacts Daring th Weeks Hading Oct. 1, .. Mines: Climax and Stonewall Jack son claim, Long Valley di.trict, located Sept. 21, by Con Finn, James Piersun ana Jamns Williams. Mines: Souix and North Star claims Ely district, located Sept. 27, by J. R. tvaos and A Hose. Mine: Quick Relief claim, Ely dis tnct, located Oct. 3, by J. R. Evans, h. h. Oudlie and A. Rose. The old "iron" or 'ua.nt" mine situ ated in the rear of the buildings on the nortn side of Meadow ValU-y St , and which has been located and aban doned a number of ti ing the past 15 years, just now bids fail to become a valuable ore producer. It was relocated several mouths ago by John Sheridan and Hnrv Deno as the Gypsy Queen, and a shaft started at a point about opposite Cedar St. The shaft is now down some 60 feet and the ludicatlona duiimf the pant wetk are at gooi for ore that the owners a.e encour. agea to contiuue their developments with vigor. Accident. A sliuht accident occurred at the Raynii nd mine last Wednesday, oy which Elward Cum n us hid hi. shoulder and arm bruised onsi lerably 0 the faliinit of loose dirt. Cummin w ts at work in sme loose material, spi'. i ig throuuh it, when he thought he leit it tiiake aud mentioned the fact to hi companion who wtnt above to man, inn He said everything was all right, but as he spi ke a quantity of dire came tumb ling duwu aud caught Cummins on the arm and ah 'Ulder, bi-umog him so that he is laid off for a time. Steps are being takeu to orean'zi a li. brary or reading rm m to make ue of ti e d.ioks, wnicti thiouh tui generosity of Mr. John Claflin of New York City, were presented to the Piouhe publio last winter. A suitable building has bdeu se cured and by next wek the matter will have taken definite shape and a public meeting will be called 1 1 determine the best manner in which to proceed. As previously advertised, the effect of t ie estate of R. S. Clapp, deceastd, were sold at public sale ou Saturday last. ine total etiects realized the sum of $318. Next Monday, the 21st inst, the County Treasurer will be ready tore, ceive taxes for the present year at his of See on Main street. A Remarkabl. Ke oluilon. The Dubois county. Indiana. Teacher's Institute, recently passed the following resolution: Resolved, That we are in favor of and ask that a thorough course of instruction on the effects of tight lacing and paint log the face with injurious cosmetics be 'ntroduced in the publio school, aud that we, as teachers, denounce tight lac ing, of chewing gum, of using wire, cot ton and sawdust pads to deceive in re. gard to beauty of form, aud of bustles to oocupy necessary room in every convey- ance, and render necessary the uae of much expensive material for dresses, and these habits are not worthy of imitation oy the children of Eve, believing that "nature unadorned is the most beauti ful." One clause of the will of the late Eu gene R.binaon reads as follows: To Mary Tracy, the divro-d wife of Frank Tracy of Buffalo, N. Y., aud between whom and myself a marriaore ceremnnv was performed, under such oircumstanuea as to impel me to immediately repudiate her as my wife, and with whom I never assumed or fulfilled the relation of hus band, I leave the sum of nn tuinu token of the estimation which I enter- tain for ber, and desire to add that thi. sum is greatly in excess of the considera tion ane deserves train me. To '! t tbe coinage Act. The Colorado Mining; Exuhanee has adopted a resolution to investigate the constitutionality of the act restricting the coinage of silver, and appointed a committee of three prominent mine own ers with authority to employ the neces sary legal counsel. The committee pur poses to visit the mint at Philadelphia with one hundred ounces of silver and deman that it be coined into dollars. This being refused, they will bring suit against the director of the mint for dam ages, thus bringing the subject to the at tention of the United States Suprime Court. Speak what you think, be what you are and pay your debts of all kinds. Emmerson, He who waits to do a great aood at mi will seldom do any thug at aU. THE UIOGKHT Cts'M K. Philadelphia is coming to time and vice versa. The cl-mk th tl i to U u into ilia tower of the public li.nl.Iin t Pni sdelphia is to be a grand ffir. Tne dial wid twenty five f,et iu diameter aud the center of the dial ill be 301 feet above the street. The dul will be illuminated by electricity, ami ic is cal culated that the time can I e seeu at night fiom auy point iu the city and with a Geld glass the position of the hands may be distinguished at a dis tance of fifteen miles, the minute hand ill be twelve fe,t long aud the hour hand will measure nine feet iu length. The h'zi of the romsn figures on the dial ill be two feet euht inches in length. A steam engine will be placed iu the towtr to wind the clock up every day. The clock makers who have been invited to give their views concerning the build ing of it, all say that nob, dy iu this country is able to bu Id such an enor mous time piece. Ic w ll take a whole year to place the clock- machinery in the tower after the bmldii g is c.nnpUte.1. The bell ii to wcih b leen 20,000 and 25,000 pounds aud will be calculated to peal out so loud that ie can b h-ard in the di-tant parts of the city. Theie will bu what is known as Westminister chimes Ml I they will ring in the quarter, half, three qoait-ra and hour. The bell will be the next heavio-t on the conn' neut. The heaviest is iu the cathedral at Montreal and weighs 28,000 i Ouuds. A bhiep Una ting Machine. The Stock growers' Journal fays: A sheep branding midline in Australia, which is capable of branding sixty sheep per iniuute as I 75J without havim on. uasiou for renewal of the supply of liquor, has Jit been pitentel at the Sydnsy of. rice. The wtight of the apparatus does not exceed nue and one-half pouuds hen charged and ready f. ,r action. It is the acme of simplicity aud stands at) iut one foot in height with a diameter f two and one blf inches Ic conttins two valves, one in the lower and one in the top compartment, which are worked by a spring sliding handle. These valves are so arranged as to admit of onlv a small q lantity of liquor penetrating the sponge beneath, which feed the stencil plates, thereby insuring a uniform brand and obviating the possibility of destroy ing a deal of fleece, which by the old method ocours. Any brand or number can be attached, and the Simula though uieful little concern will not be long iu earning for itself a widespread popular- I Jetted Luts.t. Reno Gaz-tte: , Would a well bred girl possessed of any feeling whatever, possessed of the slightest sensibility or sense, divulge the fact that she had been proposed to by a man and that she had refused him? I have asked this question of several giils and also of lev eral married women, and, while their answers were varying. I am coufl lm, by what I know of their characters that the well-bred girl of honor and sensibility would never, upon the weightiest Dre. text, disclose hat bad passtd between herself and a man up m to dtlicate a sub ject. Tbe unsi cjetoful suitor ii a man who receives very little svuiuathv. aud usually their is none more deserving of it than he. The largest quartz mill in the world ia that of the Tread Well mine in Alaska. The motive power is supplied bv one seven-foot water wheel, which runs the 24l) stamps, 96 c inceutrators. - 12 ore. crushers etc , exerting a puwer equal to 500 horse power. Tbe wheel ooeratea under a pressure of 490 feet, making 235 revolutions and Using 63J cubic teet of water per minute. The nozzle ia 3 31 inches in diameter. With a 4 inch n. z ile this wheel will work up to 733-horse power. It weigh but 800 pound', and the entire tquipment, including shaft, pullejs, boxes, etc., nut over 4,000 pounds. A steam machinery plant to do the same work would weigh some 200 sons. It it an eternal and irreparable lota when time is not enjoyed as it ought. One of the best gilts of Providence is the vtil that conceals futurity. One ungratelul man does an it jury to all who stand in need of aid. He who would search for pearls must dive below. Drj den. Men are rarely fit to command whs have not learned to obey. Little often tills a purse, but haste for riches brings a curse. What we call time enough always proves little enough, . i " Better refuse to quarrel than msk it up aftsrward. kTATK KhH'is - There are but 06 (iri-onns in the State Pri Th h'gt.e-t i uinU-r text liel Wis 1H4, about mi e )ai ago. Mis Annie Ke nler of I'aradi-e was again award, d he first pruniuoi for hor.enian.hip in th ladies' eqiirstiisn tmirnauitnt, at the State Fair. Ic seems the Render si-tirs cannot be equaled, much less exce led, as quest rieunes. The total receipts at the Slate Fair foot up f 1 1 934 36 The Rno Journal estimates that there will remain a sur plus in the Treasury of the State Agii cul urtl Board after all expenses are pai.l There are now 197 stampa di. ppirtg rn Comstonk ore in the f llowiug ii.ills; California, 70; Morgan, 44; Brunswick. 2); pudental, 10; Alts, lo; Jutioe, 10; HuQy, 5; Pfl-fe-V 4; Courser, 5. Tbe above crush daily about 500 tous. Tl F. Morton has b.en removed frem the.forematisl.ip of the shoe shop at the Priioju at Carson, and' a Mr.. (Jriiji has bet n. appointed n his place. . Ic is ssid that M.irton was not tft'ed for the posi tion he occupied aud Lis removal wai deeined necessary. In the suit nf Lyon' county against the State of Nevada for a balance claimed to be due that connty for ' expenses in curred at the special elect inn of Febru ary II, tried iu Car on last week, judg ment his been given the county for the full amount cUimed. The prevailing opinion that the laws i.f the State for the preservation of fish and wild gme do not inclu lo Indians is ino .rrect. An Act of tho yiUture, i ased iu 1885, provides that all State laws coi cerning clime and punishments, or applicable there to, extend over all Iniiius whether on or off reaervali ins. . The Times Review says: There im't and never was the faintest trace, color, .r shade of prejudice about us, but nod rot our American hide if we would be lieve under oath a witness who pro nounce r.iute "rute," and may we be evei lastingly jiggered if we wouldu'c dis inherit our great aunt or graudmother for marrying native born idiot who would outrage hii ancestry ly substitut ing eyther and nyther for the good old la-hioned No.th American pronuncia tion of either and neither." The Cir on Tribune says: "A week agvW. A. Martin, whi ow ns a ranch neaiv. Glendale, found iu his cow. shed a newly born calf with only laind legs, there being no sign t shoulde.'s, but all iu the front p .rc resembling a ileal more thaq a calf. The calf is quite healthy, and drinks milk freely, ic stan la on its hind feet and ia one of the most t'Xtraor dinary freaks of nature ever seen. The man who purchased the calf exhibited it at the R-no Fair and will must l.kely bring it to our Di-triut Fair, TUlItTY-S .!; n u Y AlOVTil. OP TIIIC . On the thirty-second day of the tliir teenth month of the eight day of tho week, rn the twenty filth . h .ur, of the sixty first minute we'll find all thingi that we seek. They are there in the limbo of Lollipop land a tl ud ilaud resting in air, on the nowhere side ot the mouiitaiu of Mi-t in the valley ot Overtnere. On the nowhere side of the mountain of Mi-t iu the valley of Over- there, on a aolid vapor foundation of cloud ate palaces fair, and there it where our dreams w ill come true, aud the aeeda of our hope will grow ou the thither ward side of the hills of Hope, in t he Hamlet of Hocus Po, On the thither ward side of the hills of H pa in tho- han.let of Hocus Po, we 'shall see all tbe things that we want to see, know all we care to know; for there the old man will ever lameut, the babies they never will aqueaa, 0 tne cross It ad corners of Unaotville, in the county of Hideandgo (seek.' Iu the Cross Rjad corners of (bnaotvillo, in the county of - Hideandgo- seek; on the thirty-second day of the thirteenth month of the eight day of the week, we shall do all the things that we please to do, and aocompliaha all that we try, on tbja sunset shores of Sometimeor- o-.ber, by the beautiful bay of Bimeby. Yankee Blade. Bernhard Gillsm, tbe chief caricature of Judge, is only 32 years old. He tried to make a living by painting picture-, hut the publio would not buy them. Then be smashed his pictures and turned wood engraver until be discovered that ie could draw a caricature that would make a man with the lockjaw laugh, A New York farmer fired a shot at tbe reflection of a tnrgar in a mirror and shivered the glass. When he came to replace the mirror be found a niche in tbe wall back of it . wherein his grand father had secreted $15,000 in cash. ssj m lit) I I aaSaaaaaaaassa, The sting fcf reproach is th truth ef it, fflSOELLASEOUS. A. S. THOMPSON'S SAL.OOIY, MUM NTRERT.J OPPOslTIC MSAUUW VALLKT, PIOCHE, - - NEVADA, Keeps Constantly on Band Teakettle, Hermitage and Melwoodl viV.-; WHISKIES. SIZ1R.IJ & BLMBERRi , xan. a-jxtd-st.' : : ALL THB FINEST ''. BRANDS of WINES, -AND THE BEST OF CIGARS. also dealer in XTjOT7X1. WBBAT, ORA.XN-, BZZOR.TS, 1TMds.caa be had at all times at the Lowest Market Price. PAN ACA SALOON, C1IAS. STEIN PROPRIETOR. No. 1.000 - Main Str.et. DEALER IN WINES, laQUORS, and CIGARS PIOCHE, NIV&DA. Photographs, Views, and Portraits. OOI,5ririTGsV. AND mT'.Za HGING, Cal and see pec'ment OldC. Ulery, Main St. J. OIXA'ON. Pbotograpbsr. For B1U Mtm l otler-Heaida. Card Voaeixr., ad sv prL ln, eltaar Vavew T !( mvptfrnt turn HMM4rt . MTPOEt.T.A irons. 5f3J THE PIOCHE. MEAT MARKET! Main treat, Pioe, Kcvadi. COOK BROS. & CO., Ixoir'iotoirs, ; KBEWCOTiaTltTLTONHaNDTHlLBBST Siesta ouialnabli. BEEF, V? - - 1 MUTTON, - VEAL, PORK, Etc., fctc. Brasonable orloea ta all and fre daltvam toallpaitaittown. FXOSaTElXajEl. Livery Stablo, MEADOW VALLET STRKBT,; Ploohe - - NVHi(, JOSEPH COOK. PBOPKIKTOB. CON8TANTLT ON BAND AN1 TO U i U BhortNotlos, ' I Tikaamn DitMrniau nA ICaiU5. DU""IW ilUU Saddle Horses, AT LOW RATES. Stock Boarded bl th. dsTorwMS.sndeaii. foils ronm.d, m!4tf PIODE 4 T11L0A 8TAOB V. XjXUX3. Napoleon Dupont. Proprietor. eavra Plo he and Taylor on Mondays sad Frl- days at 8 a. M. I FafC, " " " $13. Qood tirns nude and good accorcmodations for p.Mi,gere.; ' If rotlBsd In srsscn Kill sraks sfrclal prrvlalon for varrjlng partite ot tuee or rtcro qulokij and in good shap. NAPOLE) DUPONT. Ploche. Nev., July IS. 1889. A. COHE27, BIlCHiST TAILOR. UPPEB COESES HITS and MEADOW VAX UYTBUT8. Renovating and Repilrlng a specialty. BARBER SHOP. atl CALL AND GET 8BATID AT TBI JTW Barber shop. J.S.REEDER, Proprietor. DU Brag itMs SuUtag, MaU tlsct.