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TOCHE WEEKLY Subscribe for it. Read it. Advertise in it. Devoted to the interests of Southeastern Nevada. PIOCHE, NEVADA, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1892. NO. 42. VOL. XL1. SILLY SUPERSTITION. The Widespread Belief That Opala Are Unlucky. - Jeweler Who Are Afraid to Keep Them la Stock-Some Iteaaon. Why the Beautiful Gems Are Viewed Wlth lstrut. The silly superstition about opals that they brin HI lucK oies narct, says Minerals. In fact, although Queen Vic l tarla has 'taken a firm stand np-ainst it and proves her position by mn'.anir pres ets nf rinnl levvelrv to her friends and relatives, there are many who think that It Is increasing. The superstition . -und ;the arrival within a year of a bushel or so of opals from Australia, un nurpassad iu color, have had a tendency to lower tha price pf these lovely gems, and soma dealers Bra. willing: to dispose of their stoek of them for less than cost. Onn Jeweler in New Vork, who formerly sold a good many, refuses to keep them any longer. "I haven't an opal in the ' place," said he. "Mind, I'm not in the least affected by this idea of opals brinffins bad luck, for I love the stones, and would as lief have an opal on my ftntrer as a diamond, but they are nln- ninar down in value and have but few , .buyers, so that it does not pay me to keen them. and. besides, women come back here with opal rings and pins that I Enid them vears Biro and demand to f.;kan!7e them for uomethintf else, be. cause in the meantime tneir pel cats have died, or their babies have had ' eroup, or their neighbor have expressed horvor at their temerity In wearing a forbidden gem. In other words, they want to exchange, worn and unsalable goods for things that are newer and of more value, , ami in cases tvnero wiey are' good customers I have to submit to it." One man in Brooklyn took the opal out of his ring and smashed it to atoms ' . with e hatchet because he had failed in business. While Sir Walter Scott did something 1 to give the opal a bad name by his account of it In "Anne of Gierstein," it was held in distrust long before his time. It' wuk considerably in use in Venice at the time of the plague, und it was noticed there in the 'hospitals that before death the stone would sometimes brighten on the victim's fin ger.' U never seemed to occur to the people that the illness could produce the glow of color; they took it for granted that the stone occasioned the illness. As a matter of fact opals are affected by heat, even by that of the haud, and the fever, being at its height just before death, caused the colors to shine with unwonted clearness. This confirmed the superstition, and to this day there are sane and able-bodied people who believe that a chip of stone in the . house can cause calamities. Sometimes it seems as if mankind has not gone far beyond its swaddling clothes as yet. Probably another reason for the dis trust excited, in opals is the fact that they change and lose their color. This has its cause in the softness and por ousness of the material and its capacity both for absorbing water and withpart in(? with what it has, one of which transformations lands' to make it dull, the other chalky and opaque. A pecul iar variety of opal, black in color, yet exhibiting iridescent flashes, was cut into handsome stones, but on opening the papers that contained them a few weeks later it was discovered that they had crumbled into powder. They were aid to have come from New Zealand. The transparent opals that come from ! Honduras are believed to regain color, 1 after It has become faint, by soaking them In- oil. Doubt loss the most cur ious form of opal, but one that does not commend itself for use In ornament, is the hydrophane, that was known cen turies ago as the oculus mundl, or "eye of the world" a name purely fan tasticaland that has recently been J found in small quantities in Colorado. ' This stone has a wonderful power of ' absorption. In its usual state it is of a yellowish, waxy tint, but when water ia dropped upon it the tint slowly puses away, and from being i translu cent it becomes transparent. On ex posure to the air the water evaporates .In an hour, leaving the stone as it was before. ' t TELEGRAPHY BY TELEPHONE. Bow a Girl Held Secret Conversation with . Her Fellow. Jt wit noonday in a busy down-town ' oiO'ft'&oStoriV.'iTjii-V'poHer was awaiting the return of the manager, when the pretty stenographer went to the telephone and, after thu usual par ley with central called: "Hdlo, Charley. Are you busy Just now?" Apparently Charley was not, for she continued: "Oh, ' yes, I had a lovely time, but don't you think" Here there cams a strange pause, and with a pencil she tapped idly on a light piece of board which she bad taken from her desk and was hold -. lag before the transmitter. '.'A case of '' 'wail a- minute,'" thought the eaves dropper sympathetically, but the pretty girl spoke again, with a laugh; "I don't ! trsliere It, for I heard" Then she be. Van tapping on the board again. -Then the reporter caught on. She was tel errabhii)g. So when she returned to her desk he remarked: "I notice you have an original method of telephon ipg." "Oh, did you sec that? Well, I'll tell you about it, but you must not give It away. You see I can't use the tele phone here without every one in the room hearing what I say, and they do say that those girls in the central office listen to the conversations over the "ire, and, as Charley and I are both telegraphers, we invented this method pi conversing by telephone. Isn't it gtvat scheme? Not one in the office un, deratands it" But a young man at an adjacent desk worked a sounder in pan foiaine and winked at the perald man. AN INGENIOUS CIPHER. How the 'rienU of u ITench Thlet not Thein-elveii Into Jail. Some years ago the friends of a Par isian thief adopted a decidedly unique method of carrying on a clandestine correspondence with while he was awaiting trial. One day the jailer was visited by the prisoner's betrothed, who asked him to give her lover an en velope. This upon being opened was found to contain simply a smaii iock 01 her hair, around which was folded a leaf of a book. The jailer did not con sider it worth his while to deliver tins souvenir to the culprit, and therefore threw it aside. A dav or two later a similar inclosurc was handed in at the prison gate and aWred the fate of tho predecessor. In the course of a week another was left by the same person, llnr, aroused t:ie suspicion ol tne governor 01 vac prauu, to whom had been detatlod tho circum- stances. He determined to investigate the meaning, and accordingly firnt ex amined the printed leaf. This he found was torn from a novel and con tained twenty-six lines on each side. He then turned his atteutlon to the hair and discovered that there were twenty-six pieces of unequal length. This puzzled him for awhile, and then, suddenly jumping to the conclusion that there must be some connection be tween the numbers of the printed lines and the number of hairs, he laid each of the latter along the line of the page they respectively reached, beginning with the shortest hair at the top of the leaf. After changing them about several times he discovered that each hair pointed to a.different letter.andthe com bination thus produced formed a slang sentence, bv means of which the pris oner was given to understand that bis friends had ascertained the day on which he was to be taken to court and were determined to make a bold at tempt to rescue him as soon as he made his appearance. Takinsr the cue tho governor adopted every precaution to frustrate the well laid plans of tho outsiders; tho attempt was made,andas a natural consequence the conspirators soon found themselves in the same condition as the one for whom they had planned the rescue. Chicago News. " THE HABIT OF WASHING. AN EX-ROYAL OUTLAW. Mail With' Milan, of Kervln. I Indeed a out a ;ouiitr,v, Milan, the former king of Scrvia, oe cupies at the present moment the moBt extraoruinmy jiositum wuirii iv i yvrcoi ble to conceive. He has abandoned not only all his rights as a member of the reigning house of Serbia, as well as his property, honors and dignities in tho kingdom, but he has even renounced his citizen ship and undertaken never again to set his foot in the country. There is some talk, says the New York Recorder, of his becoming nat uralized as a Russian, but he has not done so yet, and accordingly he is just now without nationality or civil status. He is without what the French describe as an etat civil, and is, to au intents and purposes, an outlaw, since he pos sesses no legal rights of, any kind what soever. lie is the most homeless and aban doned of creatures, and his position is so obnormal that the emperor of Aus tria has deemed it necessary to deprive him of the honorary colonelship of the Austrian regiment of infantry which he has hitherto held and to remove his name from the Austrian army list. It is the first time that a king has ever placed himself in such a predica ment as that of the ex-monarch of Servia, and it is to be hoped that it will not constitute a precedent. YELLOW DIAMONDS. Something About the Ctittora of Ablution of tho 1 r-nl nay. Whether the opponents of ablution fear the shock of cold Immersion or whether they dread tho cleansing stim ulation thus applied to the excreting skin surface their objection must ap pear jo most persons possessed of ordi nary health and vigor to threateu im pairment of both by fostering uncleunli ncss, says the London Lancet. If, on the other hand, it is too free application of heat by Turkish and other warm baths which appear objcctionoblo we will not deny that there is here a pos sible ground for complaint. Let it not be supposed that wo ignore the cura tive influence of the cleansing property of this method when used with judg ment. It has undoubtedly its nuing time and place if rightly applied. It is no less true, however, ttmt experience has often proved the mischievous ef fects of its misuse in case, lot exam Die. of cardiac weakness or general ex haustion. Cold bathing in like manner is not without its occasional risks. It is not suitable for persons enfeebled from onv organic cause, though mere nervous languor- is often braced and benefited bv it. It has no proper place amontr the habits of those who are sub let to chronic visceral congestions. As reirards one. advantage derived from bathing, L e., its cleansing property there is no reasonable ground for differ ence of opinion. Man, whethersavage or civilized, appears, as a rule, to have no doubt on the subject. Wherever we find him with water accessible he is a oat ti er. Less practiced by one people than another though it may be, there still is commonly recognizable a constant hab it of ablution, and this fact in itseu attests at least an almost universal be lief in the necessity of insuring clean liness by means of washing. Nor can we find reason to doubt the general soundness of this belief. In bathing temperature Is of course a chief consid eration, For the robust cold immersion followed by rapid friction Is a valuable tonic of nerve, skin and heart lime lion. For less vigorous constitutions- those, for example, which have been tried by disease and those of young children the addition of heat up to the temperature point is only judicious. With some persons a warm hatn is a daily luxury. Notwithstanding its effi cacy as a means ot cleanliness, Howev er, this custom is, or ought to be, dis credited by its inevitable action as a nervous depressant, which places it in an unfavorable position compared with the more bracing practice of cold cfi'u ston. The benefit derived" from bnth-li-.;-, therefore, is likely to assert itself i.i'nite of nil adverse criticism and its .lubmanagcmentwhlch is only toocoin-uv.-n, hliould not be suffered to condemn it in the eyes of any judicious and clean ly person, ' Main Street. Pioche, Nevada. 1 IMPORTER AND DEALER III HARDWARE, MILLING & MINING SUPPLIES, Iron, Steel, and Pumps, Belting, .racKing and Hose, Machinist's, Blacksith '"""" and" Carpenter Tools, Steam v : Water and Gas Pipe, Guns, Rifles. Pistol' and Ammunition, Cutlery of Every Description. STOVES AND TINWARE, Crockery and Classware, Agricultural implements and Wagons, Hardwood and Wagon Material, Sash, Ooort and Blinds, Paints, Oils and Class, Prepared Iron Roofing, Pitch, Tar and Resin, Rope and Naval Stores, also a Complete Assortment of House FunlsMiig Goods, JOSLIN & PARK, Jt: WELER8. 170.17.4 Main Si. Sill Lake Oily, Utah. WATCH REPAIRING A 'SPECIALTY. ESTABLISHED y-Mi CAVEATS. Mttmm. Labels. United Stat.a oovernm.ot. President Itenjaeuln Harrteosi Vie. President Levi P. Morton Secretary of Bute Jamee 0, BlalM Secretary of Treasury Charles rotter Hecretery of War ttlohnald Proctor Secretary of Navy ....B.F. Tracy Postmaatar.General John Waunamakar Secretary of Interior .J. W. Wool. Attorney General W. H. Miller Secretary of Agriculture ...J. at. ttoak Mate of Nevada. Em - I 9 1, J I Jl 1 MS r j 4 v CHS. mrs. tundft. Mao t !s:m-., o: v-..'-'j p'iwa trtu n.ara, the pri .r,,1 U i :1 c-.-.Mr.n ps to Infi irifrwwnt, cop Mid vaiitUu it?utii. uu-i tlio prosecution d4 defenstt of Kuita for i'li.-lnqciMHi . Our book oliottruo tlouB, tariLM, rtromict. 'c. titit fvi. I EUSON mH 11M1S. tCiiiiUuliluttiilliUng, lOIKJ If St., WrtAliiiisElon, tfjfucni thvdt lUmv for pov.:v tnttod booklet, " Invntt Fii i 6 esnti. and our auarto-,i n - vsntor, luftiiuttcttir! a p (Meatiott t': 1. . ," vuMt iiner' price .;.!' ) amphlet tor in- WE TELL THE fill tea States j Heutoin ... Congraaflmnn .. . 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Th Stock comprise, the Best Grade of Goods obtainable, and Prices are Reduced to figure that Defies Competition. OKT3B1 FRIOB TO AXjXj S TRUTH aboutSeeds.Vevi!!senl . you Free our Seed Aiinunl tor ifka, which tells THE WHOLE TRUTH. We illustrate and give prices In this Catalogue, which is handsomer than ever. It tells NOTHING BUT THE T-f f 1T" I Write for It to-day. JfJ f P.M. FERRY Su CO.. D.trolt.Mloh R. G. SOHOFXELD PIOCHE, NEVADA. EJ Jtidw Matriot Court... O. V. Talbot State Senator .......0. 8. Sawyat I ....... ....Otn. B. VtnKmon I ...W. H.MoVaddM Sheriff K. D. Turner AwHor H. K. Frondenthal County Clerk ...N. P. Dooley Auditor and Recorder ...II. W. Turner Dlstrlot Attorney and ei-orUelo School Superintendent T. I. Onborn. Treaaurer W.J. Dooley Public Administrator..... ....... J. O. Gelaban i.,......,...L.Byphn J. Blffipaon J. A. Oonaw. Ploch. Towrnhlp. Juatlceofthe Peace Oonatable School Truateea. .... ... Al. Thorne . .John Jochlmaen ... O.E. Ooodrtcb ....Jaa. Itcl'adden , John B. Cook SOCIETIES.' Wonderful Wins Power. The Vest speed of a railway train Is only a little more than half the Telocity of the (roHlen eagle, the flight of which is often ot the rote of one hundred and firty miles an hour. Of all the birds the condor mounts the highest into the atmosphere. Humboldt describes the flight of this bird iu the Andes to be at least twenty thousand feet above the level of the sea. The ProoeM by Which They Are Convert.fi Into White Gem. Numerous attempts have been made during the last few years to convert the yellow Cape diamonds into white gems. A short time ago it was announced that a Belgian hod discovered the secret and would soon flood the market, figurative ly speaking, with white diamonds, says the Paris Journal. M. Gilon, a chemist, conducted a se ries of experiments to discover the way to change the color of diamonds. In ac cordance with the principle of physics governing complementary colors Gilon prepared a solution of alcohol and ani line violet, to which he added a few grains of benzoe gum. He dipped a yel low diamond Into this fluid and allowed it to remain a quarter of an hour. When he took it out again the diamond was white but it had lost its brilliancy. Gilon renewed the experiment with a strong solution of aniline, allowing the diamond to rest in tho mixture only a few seconds. When the gem was taken out of the solution It was pure wkite and sparkled brilliantly. Weeks later the diamond had lost none of its white ness or brilliancy, and Gilon is con vinced that gems so treated will long retain these qualities. This- would seem to prove that the change Is possible. If the "falsified" stone is looked at through a microscope no defects what ever can be seen; neither does the diamond lose any of its color when rubbed with camel's hair or linen. Formerly it was thought sufficient to dip a "false" diamond into alcohol to discover the treatment to which it had been subjected and to restore the yel low color. That often suffices, it is true, but Gilon's experiments made the color so solid that an alcohol bath failed to affect It. Is there, then, no means to discover tho spuriousness? Yes, and Gilon dis covered it, too, It is only necessary to place u diamond supposed to be colored In aqua regia for one second. If It be really false the yellow color will re CUNItflNGTOIVrS ELEPHANT STORE. Miners Outfitting Depot Headquarter, fur all kind, of ' . MINERS SUPPLIES -AND FAMILY GROCERIES Sit Kiaal, Pirat Mouth Mtr..t. W Special attention paid to Mall Orden. P. O. Boi, H6, SALT LAKE CITY. HENRY WELMND ; r Main Street, Opposite Lacour, V . Carries a Full Line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES I :o:o:o: Miners& Prospectors Outfitted in Every Detail :o:o:o: BEDROCK PRICES. HOTEL -:- NEVADA, .,!ln Street. Opposite Meadow Valley, PIOCHE, NEVADA. J, W. PALMER, Proprietor. The Only Centrally Located Hotel in Town The Restaurant ia first-class in every detail. Lunches a specialty. Mining Men, Drummers, and Travelers gen erally, keep this in mind. Every care exercised for the comfort and 4 convenience of guests. WHY 18 THI W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE THE BEST 8HOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET? It la a Munleu Bboe, with no tacka or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the bast 0o calf, ty.Uh and easy, and beeame we make more ehoee of tht grade than any other manufacturer, It equals hand wwea noe Gusting irum a.w hi -.iaa. C2 OOGenulue Hand-aewed, th finest calf P9i sboo over offered lor 05.ODI equals French Imported shoes which cost from $d.on to $12.00, Mi styllBh, comfortable and durable. The best hoe erer offered at this price t same trade as cue torn-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00. m SP Police Hhoei rarmers. Kallroad Hen POi and Letter Carriers all wear them; floe calf, seamiena, amooia lasiao. neavj turee ewee, mh inn Ad u a. One nnir wilt wear a vaar. ttO dO flue cnlfi no better shoe erer offered at SIsKa this price; one trial wilt convince those who want a ulioe for comfort and aenrltTo. 4); 43 and 94.00 Worlctnaman'e shoes esvasie are very strong ana auraoie. loose wuo DBTe KITeU IOHIT1 K t,riM Will WCHT BO Oin IDHfi DAVel 94.00 und S1.73 school shoes are UUJo worn by the boys e very w h ere; they sell on thfTr merlta. an the lncmnjilniF nalos ahow. larivavu. Watcbmaker, Jeweler and Engraver. Tirma: StrictlT CASH to every Urniich oiHce at Dooleya Pry flood atoru. j .Vluilia Wslor Co'H ufllce l ower Uaiu Ktrect. wwwmmama THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Is a uetvapaper devotml to tho bust luixrfais ol tlx Western elopo, .nil partioulurly to the derrl opmont of tho lulcrmouutalQ ttountry.V For adrortlsinie purposes iiioomparahlv (ho boat paper batireen 8nu b'rnnoiaoo and Dem.r Dally, SOS iian.a per s oar, ' 13.00 Weekly, M pp. 00 col., par yr. . . 3. no Weekly, .lx months, 1-50 Weekly, three months, ill idrM. THE TRIBUNE, Salt I.aki Oitt, Otam. I. O. O, P. . i pioohk lodos so. MEBT8 EVERY T:30 o'clock in their ball on Mala 5? atreet. Vlsltlua Brothers cor dially Invited to attend. Johv Bneath, N. U. Joirs Bhueb, Secretary. A. O. I'. W. , PIOCHB LODGE NO. 4. THE REGULAR MKETlMtS OF . Plocho Lodce No. Sfi, A. O. U. W., are li in Odd Fallow's Hall every WodnfBdaT evenlnu, eora menclng at 1:80 o'clock sharp. VlItlnu brothers cordiall? iiiTitsd atlen.l. B.C. MoDohocoh, U. W. A. J. CLAbK, Ittcordcr. BT. JOHN'S LODOK KO.'ltl. MEETS THR FOURTH SATURDAY ' in each month at Mn.ooio Hall, on Lacour street. All visiting Brothers in good standing are invited to at UKo.T. Rivn, Secretary. tend. . A Xew Tvpewriter! THE INTERNATIONAL nuola. verr stvUsh; eoui cost Iur from $4.uu to Ladles Imnorted ahona enat T.idla 'A.. Ml. 'A.nn nnrf M l..t shn fop Ulssesare the beat flueBouaola. HtyllHh and dunible, Cnntl.a, See tbt W, L. Dourla nanw ud price an .unpad on to. bottom of each shoe, tVTAKK Nil SrilBTITITTlt. M lnstsl on local advertised dealers sopidvUur yon. W. I.. lOU;tAS. Ilrkt.n.JiU.. aildby fX-Vl, I.1NKH Or THE ABOVR HBORH FOR BALK AT WERTH EIMER'S. FREE TO ALL Camping on theold Corral AT THE LOWER END OF TOWN. UNDER. THH M A. NLA. OBMH N.T OF1 GEO. B. WARREN. He is now ready to furnish First-Class Accommodations to the freighting public. Besides carrying a oomplete stock of freighters gioceuea and Supplies, Is also prepared to furnish the best qualities of Liquors, Wines - and Cigars. o!f 1 'of A stnutly riret-ulaea machine. Fully warranted. Made from the very bust ma terial, by skilled workmen, and with the beat tools that have ever been devised for the purpose. Warranted to do all that can be reasonably expected nf tho very best typewriter extant. Capable of writing 150 words per minute or moro according to the ability of tbo operator. A machine that will manifold more than double the number of aheeta than any other typewriter without affecting the alignment in any respect, aa on this machine thenlijnmentis indestrnctable. Livery Stable, MKADOW VALLKY 8TBEET, Pioche, " - Nevada, JOSEPH COOK, Proprietor CONTANTLY ON HAND AVD TO LIST AT Short Notice Saddle Horses, Teams, and Buggies, A.V LOW H.jfik.rUM. ywtork Hoar Jed l.y (k Day or WmIc and Cart-fully Groomed. Price, $100.00. 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