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ATIRlAY UCIOIIKHSO, 1M8 A Sill AUDI K. Scietiy Wiudom of Wall Streut if uow the correct designation of the Min uesots politician whom President Har rison made member of his cabinet, and who was, at the time, said to "represent the vast interests of the growing ,Te8t," Ilia rucc-ut utterances on silver and hit late decision on the lead question show that he truly tries to represent the inter est of the creditor classes of the East, the bankers, brokers, and "money kings" generally, and that he seriously, ma liciously and studiously misrepresent' the intercuts of the whole of the West, including those of hia own state. Hi attempt to get "on the fence" to appeal only to desire to carry out the law as i is, is too transparent to deceive thi men of the West, What he aays in hi. recent lead decision is, in effect, that the onut of prosecution against custom officers, (and the burden of proof,) lies up on the miners of the United States. That meant years of delay for us, during which the lead market may, at far as it would benefit us, be practically de ttroyed. It it absurd for Windom to dodge behind the words "commercial sense" in regard to lead ores. Of cours the lead ores of Mexico become "silvei ores" in the "commercial sense," to tht oaly people who buy them, just ta they .( would become gold ores, or platinum ores, or cream cheese ores, in the "com merclal sense," if that were required to lrait them free of duty. The financiei from' Minnesota, (where, by the way, t.iey are said to have eccentric financial methods,) lives too late to be a merr.bei of the Pickwick Club, but what a record he could have made in that body in tht use of the "Pickwickian sense !" - Onr foreign born Americans arenlao ap preciative of the, Secretary's grim humor. ; at witness the remark heard yesterday evening on the street: "Windy, old ton, you been makin' boom for Presi dent, but you try'n she now; she'll bust. This homely expression should repre sent the feeling of every true Pacifit Coaster, not merely with regard t "Windy," who never could have re eeived Republican nomination foi President, but it should extend to every foe of the American laborer in tht West. A rich mining district has been dis covered on Bison Mouutain in Deei Lodge county, Montana, that promises to be important. The principal mine it the Monarch, which was discovered about sii weekt ago aodwhich it remark bly rich. The ore occurs in granitt formation and averages about $50 pel ton. It consists of gold, silver, lead and gray copper. Susan Bacon (colored) died at her home in Dry Creek, Merced county Cal., last week, at the remarkable age 01 one hundred and fourteen years and one month. Her grandchildren who resided with her have proof of her age. She was a native of Jackaon county, Ga.. and went to Merced in 1803. Four genera tiona of her family are now living there. A young man at Petaluma, Cal., es corted a young lady to a ball one night last week, but the young lady forgot ball room etiquette and went to supper with another young man. The former became angry and fired his pistol at the ' Utter, happily without injury to any one. The town boys sympathize with the man who fired the pistol. The death penalty was abolished in Rhode Maud forty years gn, and thr Governor of that State says the effect has been to decrease rather than increase the percentage of murders. , TUB KOITOR' SllRPRISK. Ooo upon an evening lately, a I sut me down sedately. Poring over manuscript and pi oof sheet . by the tcore; Up stairs came tome walking, and I fan cied I heard talking, Sjon there came a knocking ku.i:kinij at my sanctum door; "lis an exchange fiend, I muUtra', wntt to scan the papen o'er. - Tbit it it and nothing more. Opea here I flung the portal. Men and - Angelst What a mortal! la then walked a stately maidt i of the . saintly dayt of yore. Sot the least exente, tir, made the not a moment stopped or stayed the, But with the air of a bock agent who had been there before, ' Took a teat betide my table Just within my sanctum door, . QMtb th Uftiias "Is Umeir.' CO.8T NEWS. A silver miue near Ncwhall, Los Au. ?cl(!s county, was sold last week for $100,000. Wild turkeys are reported plentiful in the mountain ranges southeast of Tno son. Some rubies were found in a mining claim near Tia Juanna, San Diego county, Cal., last week. It is estimated that there ara 4,000 ex-Ncvadans in Butte, vm vicinity. The woods are full of them. Leander Lee, for the murder of his quaw wife in Wood River, Idaho, has seen sentenced to life imprisonment. Comet, a horse weighing 1,400 pound?, ran a quarter of a mile at Yreka, Cal., last week in 21 seconds, the fastest on record. With the payment of the 230 th divi lend of the Idaho Mining Company, the cotal of the dividends paid by the com pany amount to $5,201,860. A. Pagul, a gardener just outside the limits of Sacramento, has been found to Habitually and cruelly beat hia aged mother and nearly starve her. Henry Apple owns a small claim in Sierra couuty, New Mexico, that has paid him $13,000 in five months. He employes one man, and crushes the ore in a hand mortar. Some Indians attacked the house of Henry Kimball near Mt. Vernon, Sksg it county, Washington, one night last week, He defended himself with a rifle ud killed one Indian. C. C. Kimball of Willows, Cal., has been diiving an express wagon for soire years: A few days ago he received a letter from the Eist telling him that lie iiad fallen heir to a $50,000 estate. At an "old-horse" sale at Sacramento, bunk boohs were fcund id an old valise crediting John Russel with deposits ag gregating $4,102 in Sacramento, Los Angles and San Francisco. Many workingmen have beeu drawn to Prescott, A. T., by a bogus adver tisement for hands at S3 per day. A aumber of these men spent their last oent to reach Prescott. Four Indians, deputed for that pur pose by the tribs, cut the throat of the medicine man at La Conner, W. T., be cause he had lost a patient and it was believed was the cause of the sickness with which the tribe was afflicted. A 5 foot vein with eighteen inches of iolid galena was struck at a depth of fifteen feet Saturday by John Smith, a deaf and dumb prospector, in the Cceur d'Alenes, one mile from Mullan, Idaho. A quarter interest was bonded for $10, 000. The chief officer, the Governor of the Pueblo of Acoma, N. M,, hauled up all the children in his village the other day who expressed a desire to go to school Mid soundly flogged them. The Indian Agent wants authority to punish the Governor. Rev. William Morrison, who married two couples before 10,000 people at the Exposition, Portland. Or., has sent the Association a bill for $30. "You may think my bill extravagant," he wrote, "but you canuot expect a minister of God to make a holy show of himself for nothing." Cures? P f IT euma IT 18 THE BEST. . Buffered 11 years Cored 1 Kerr Sk Columbus, O., June 23, 1838. Taken wttb rheumatism 12 years ago suf fered till one year ago; cured by St Jacobs OU. No return since E.K.BEVA.V. Buffered 15 Tears Cared Uaplo HtU, Mich , &la;cli 5, 1SS3. Mr. John J. 8mlth, Ensley, Micbicr.n, wot afflicted with rhucmatlsm IS years, his cats pronounced Incurable by two physicians, but wot cured by St. Jacobs Oil and hat remained to ibr two years. 8. M. CEaEY, Druggist. At Dbcooisti axd Dealers. THI CHARLES A. V0QELER CO., Csltimon, Mi ' Few person, if any, now living, will again dite a document without usiog a '9.". It now stands on the extreme right 1889..- '3Xtit year it will take second place 1890, whore it will re main ten years.' It -will th fa move into third placet 1000, ' tod inert will rest a MBtufy, "fff nnnsT1' asm WtmtBlritttKtxriaum A WOMAN'S WAT. A Startling Business Proposition. When Mrs. Fowler, of 827 Ellis street, stop ped In ot o leadlnsclty drug-lst'n to ask vlint effect "The California Remedy," Joy's Vege table Parsaparllla, would have iu rases of dyspepsia nnil tick headaches, she v.ns assur ed it would relieve both. F.hc v.as so incred ulous that tho dmijlrt rave her n Lottie, not to be raid foruuless it effected a cure. Tho following iatbo convincing conrluslou. Baa Francisco, February 8, 1SS3. Dear Sir: Notv.IthstaiH'.iu;; r.iy misgiv ing.!, Joy'a Vegetable e-arsnparllln did nil that you promised. I had tried to many proscrip tions that I had corao to believe nothing would relievo rny dyspepda and rick head aches, but I havo not hud a return of cither siacc. I believe I u:a pcriauneutly cured. You have rny permission to i::u!:c thin public, for a remedy that will cure dyspepsia and prevent clek headaches should bo ceucrally known. Respectfully, . 827 Ellis street No man or boy can or should expect to rjtoin a respectable place in society, or the world, who indulges in any recog nized vices. There are some men who have so much genius that they can't do anything but sit around all day and think about it. The estate of Charles Crocker afforded a good turn to divide among his rela tives, namely $23,000,000. sin i Piocuu ist-v . io. .. lt8J.J-.Uu jbouj- ml Wright, a nutlvaci Pennsylvania, aged it) jaars. gorn. Atfprlua Valley. Nev . October 17 1889. to 'he wile ol George Moody, dangh.er. NEW TO-DAY. Rare Chanceforthe afflicted. Drs. Freeman and Burrows, Whom success is widespread, will visit Piocl s on Wednrslay, Thursday and Friday, October 3 Jth, Slat, and November 1st, at McFidden's Hotel, prepared to Success fully treat all diseases of tbs far, Throat and Lungs, Bow-lms, Club feet, etc Old bores anil Ulcers a spseialty. rtpictacles correctly fitted. Glass eyes Inserted. Engineers' Ball! GIVEV CSDEB THE AUSPICES OF THE Zli.lMI.SOF FIQCHS. AT- BROWN'S HAXL Fndar Evening, Ncveita 8, 1889 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THB PIOCHE LIBRARY, COMMITTEE OF AliRAhGEMfKTSr W. O'Connel H. P. Rpicer B. L. Davis EEOEPTION COMVHTTEE, W. Bhjar A. Hon e 0 E. Goodrich B. O, McDonougb W.Suaderliud A. Orr. FLOOa MANAGERB. A. Fj Boss. Gea. Dewey. J.A.Clark. TICKETS. - - - OI.SO, Maul march at 8 o'clock elnim Supper at the Piocbe Hotel at 11 o'clxk of rati PROCEEDS of tho iIlES Ajl'TIGF, 111 RFBF.BY GIVE' TI1AT THE i 1 Taas on the Pcweedi ol tlm Mines f.ir tho quarter eLdiug eeot. 3D, IM1, ore now 1ue and pajahlnat th ttto ol tliu AxKtHMir, nt Urn conrt-hoaw. .. . Tne 1 to regard to tholr col looting will tw strictly nford. i-lr.che,ua20, 1P89 JviHS TlOBDSn. Awesnor. TAXES! TAXES! NOTICE 19 Ff REBT GIVEN THAT TD S ate aLd Conmy Taaea for the tar 19 are now un and pnytle, sad the lawe rtqulr Jdr tbelr collection ld be atrlotlj enforced. All taxa rialniJ.J unpsid oo MONDAY, XOVS.VBun ISth, 18-9, Wdl become fclisqaect and tea per cent, ad- ded thereto. ,. . . escaia yr.3. SQOWt.titumt. MISCELLANEOUS. J.HESBITT&BROs, ,FlrHruur Buildiuir.) Main St., PlcMSb, ' 3fv. v. H vr.fcKALK AWJ UETAJL JJKAJ.liHH IS Groceries. Provisions Amur General Frlsrchantiise. i.npoK'rRa.4 ok WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS and TOBACCOS. Country Produce BOUGHT & SOLD. Aleo General Dealers In DRY-GOODS and CLOTH 3 MC, Bents' Furnishing Goods ! ! Boots & Shoes, Ws, Sots & Youths Hits & bs, WALL-PAPER, HOUSE LININC Etc., Etc. Ory-GGQds Departinsnt. In tte Dry-Goods Depart ment we a e offering speo al bargains in order to make room lor our Spring and Sum mer Goods now in transit. Note the fallowing: Blackets, and Robes, bed Comforts Flan nels, Ladies Heavy fckirts, La dies, Misses and Children's Woolen Hoe, Gems Fine Woolen Half Hose, Ladies, Misses and Children's Cloaks a ad Newmarkets, Jersey Jack ets, Woolen Dress Goads Wool en Hoods, Nubias, Scarfs and Heavy Mitts. Clothing Department. In this Department we offer bargains superior to any here tofore given in this vicinity and cad special attention to our stock of Overcjats and fusts for Men, Youths and Boys; Hats and Caps, ani our extensive line of oots and Shoes. Gents Furn'shinsr Goods in great variety and of the best quality An exam nation here will most certainly convince you. Our prices on Buck Gloves are 50 per cent lower than fjrmerly, and our Stock the Largest that has been carried f jr years. Grocery Department. The Grocery Department is Constantly supplied, and here our Priooi are still Lower than the Lowest. Call and be C;n vinoed. We have added largely to our stock of Harness, etc., and carry a good a sortment of Harness, .bridles, Collars, Sweat-pads, Halters, Whips, Etc., Etc. Onr ontlie eek U New and Fresh, hxa been rneontly rm-oivvd, anil ion tnlna dj Moth tea .r dhvlf-woru goede. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. EISENMISS'S flain Street, Pioche, Nevada, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN MINING SUPPLIES, . IRfl STEEL AD mm BELTIXG, PJfKBD HOSE, MACHINISTS, BLlflOTII & CARPENTER T03LS, SrEAM, WATER & GiS PIPE, GBIB, BIFLE8, PBWLS ft AK1IDXITI0H, " CIMM OF ETERI DESiRIPTIOff, STOVES AND TINWARE, Crockery and Glassware, Agricultural Implements asd Wagons,. Hardwood and IVagon Material, Sasli, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils and Glass, Prepared Iron Roofing, Pitch, Tar and Resin, Rope and hn Stores, COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Of HOUSE FU1ISIG GOODS, HEAEQUARTERS PORJ Giant, Blasting c& Gun Powder F-aso, Candles, Etc. In connection with tho establishment Is a corrptete Shop, and am prepared to execute promptly all orders for Copper, Tin and Shet-t Iron Wo k. Steam, Air. Water and Exhaust Pipe Plumbing ?and Pump Work. The Stock comprises the Best Grade of Goods obtainable, and prices are Reduced to a figure that Defies Competition. PniCE TO AIjIj !! Aro immensely popular because they nrc strictly ilrst-class, fully wurranteu, auu stui only medium la price. m urns Are the best In the world, and have an oiiiiTs tor years, over title. The nennln urn hnnnil i best, and will have none but Onrnrli'As nratha lnniu cither time payments or cash, as cus tomers nrefer. Call and see ns, or send for Cata kuuh uuu tuu uuormauon. eSt. Louis House, Meotioo T.J.OSBORNE, Atto'iisy-atoani Hotary PnUic. fruoift Altteulioa Klvan to Att CeUwUuus. OOIm, at.th Ct( Haa. ALVfETISEMEHT. m ledl 2Y & CAMP, 233 Stats Street, Chicago. Q1G & Q18 Olive St. this Paper. Lessons In French, Drawing of allTde senption, and Oil Palntl. g B. O 8CHOFIELD. wstobmakr' l''!e'; ol MalnM.,Pibp, svUbiBg to fill up W'"1 time, will giv lustrutU to fw Jo' laales sod gentlnnsa dcslri I MVtwi pure tsril.s itittl, or Ju.lt tuWsolsit. ttm sMOStst.