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Official Paper of Lincoln Co. A YELLOW DOG'S LUCK. atow (band Canine Succeeded la Gt tiag a Sqaare Meal. Alfred it Muaset, the famous French poet, wm at one time conducting a can ua for election to the French academy. Members of this distingnished body are elected. it by. those who are ah-endy members, and custom requires that an aspirant shall go about soliciting the rotes of members. Husset had gone from one academician to another and was on his way; oa foot, tothe honseof the Count da Sainte-Aulaire, just outside of Paris, whose Tote he hoped to gain. When he had almost arrived at the place, a large yellow dog began to follow him, but the dog sneaked behind, and as the poet was too much wrapped in his thoughts to look around he did not know that what was perhaps the most hideous dog in Paris was at his heels. . . - When the poet rang at M. de Saint e Aulaire door, the dog watched hia chance, and as the door was opened lipped into the house. , The servant sup posed the dog was the newcomer's, and the poet supposed that it belonged to the house.-- r, 0 , ' ; .. , . : . ? . : The host and his family were warm admirers of Musset and gave him a hearty welcome, though they gazed askance at the horrible yellow dog, which had curled its long legs down on a beautiful rug woven by the. young lady of the family as a present to her grandmother. "Extraordinary taste in pets," said the host to himself, "Butt to a great poet anything may be pardoned."' "Stranira" aald Mnwt in hlmnolf "that an elegant family like this should keep such a hideous cor!" When presently the poet had been in rlted to remain to dinner and the dog had promptly accompanied the family and their guest to the dining room, the master of the house was in grave doubt whether "anything could be pardoned to a poet" : The animal rushed around the table, grabbing a piece of food, frighten ing the venerable grandmother almost to death, and acting like the miserable, hun gry vagabond that he was. The hostess, by way of delicate com pliment to her guest, caused a large plate of food to be placed for the dog. The animal ate it in a minute's time and gal loped around the table for more. He barked ferociously when one of the fami ly declined to give him a piece of meat that he saw on a plate. The dog's actions prevented any con venation or any enjoyment of the meal. The host looked at his guest and won dered. The guest looked at his host and wondered. f j : . , As the party was rising from the table the dog rushed against -a servant and caused him to upset the greater portion of a set of rare and precious china, an heirloom in the family. The ladies gath ered about, weeping, and began to pick up the priceless fragments. , . " Something in the hostess', face inspired the poet with a sudden and fearful thought - He'rush'ed up to the count. ' "Can it be possible, sir," he exclaimed, "that, you supposed that this dog be longed to meT" , "Why, of course we supposed he was yours," said the count "He came with you, did he notr ,.: "I sever saw the hideous beast be fore!" said Musset. "I supposed all the time thft the. dog belonged to the house." Then the animal, which had shown signs of uneasiness during this little con versation, sneaked toward the door. Ho was kicked ont, yelping, but once well outside he shook : himself and trotted off with a complacent air, which seemed to ay: ,-- "Well, that's all right so long as you didn't turn me out before dinner 1" M. de Sainte-Aulalre voted for Musset. "But,? he said, "I shouldn't have done so if that dog had really been his. Upon such little: things dp great things de pendr' Youth's Companion. A nUfi That Wm Once a Filar. It is a tact and one that may net be generally known that the United States government label placed on every box of . imported cigar sold in the United States bean a fine steel plate engraving of the team City of Washington, sister hip of the ill fated City of Boston. In the year 1861 the City of Washington, then plying between New York and Liverpool, covered the passage to the westward in January in 14 days 15 hours; April, W days St hours; May, 18 days SI hoars; July, 1 days; August, 13 days; September, 18 days 20 hours, and De cember, IS days 10 hours. In December, 1882, she made the trip from Sandy Hook to Queenstown in what was then the .remarkably fast time of 9 days 19 hour and 80 seconds. The City of London made several passages to the eastward in 1863 and 1884 in less than 11 days. New York World. A Hick PrlM4 BoUL One of the elevator boys in the Wal dorf hotel is credited with a smart eay ing. An old New Yorker was showing party 'of friends from out of town through the hotel a day or two ago. One of the strangers was deeply impressed with the elegance and costliness of the decorations and furniture, and he ex tUimed, "Well, well, this must be a very high priced hotel."" The aforesaid levator boy, who overheard the remark, retorted:-'! should say it was. If you only change your mind here, they charge yon 10."-.New York Times. -t - '- - ' ' '' - A PIUsaat's Distinction. A member of. the diplomatic corps ap parently holds an. ppinion of Americans which will hardly be indorsed by the most insignificant of this great nation. When asked by a newly arrived foreign er, anxious to gauge the social status of some " one 'to" whom he had been intro duced, if there was any difference in unencaa,,iue aipiomat replied, "Ob, me are ncn ana some are not. Herald. Tl faaMrt SwlaunaT. 1 The fastest swimmer among fishes is the dolphin, Its speed varies from 80 to. 10 miles u.hour,andit can swim around and aro-i ; a vessel sailing at a high ate of speed. Oar Animal Friend. A HUMAN NIGHTMARE. tsperience of a Drummer With Wo: Who Was M 1st aken For a Freak. "Have you tver had a nightmare in which some fearful danger threatened you and you couldn't move or get out of tae wayr asked ilermunu Solomon of a crowd of peripatetic story tellers at the Kicbelieu hotel. "Several years ago I had several of the nocturnal visitors every night for a week and grew very weary of them, for in spite of my determination not to let them bully me out of my equanimity I would nearly expire every night and awake with cold perspiration- breaking out all over me. Toward the last of that interesting ween l stopped witn a landlord in north ern Arkansas and resolved as I went to sleep that come what would I would positively refuse to givo in in the least to my imagination. "Some time past midnight the usual scare came. This time it was a tall and angular woman in white, with a long Dutcherkmfe. Mentally, I was congratu lating myself that at last I was learning to overcome the foolish fears of night mares and wondering how it would pass off. I saw the demoniac grin as she nourished the knife in front of my f aoe almost without a tremor, and when she laughed a wild, unearthly laugh I gave a start and found it all real and that I was actually awake. t 'Soared? That word can't express it, I dropped on the other side of the bed as she made a slash at me, and as she ran around the bed I crawled under, reached the door and went down the steps about three at n time ahead of her. By the time we reached 'the big road' I think I had gained several feet, as sho had more clothing to interfere with her progress than I had just then. I had imagined that a man really scared couldn't move. Well, I will give any odds desired on the proposition that I moved dowq that toad, and I don't think I would need any corroborative testimony to convince any one who saw me that I was scared. "About a mile down the road I ran into the arms of her husband and sons, who were out looking for her. She was a little 'outen her head' at times, they said, and she had evidently entered the open door at my landlord's and reached my room without any one knowing it As' her relatives took her home I sadly retraced tny steps and found the whole family aroused. The explanation was satisfactory, and the adventure cured me of nightmares," Syracuse Herald. .- Literary Blunder. We all make and we all meet with many amusing literary blunders. The worst of it is that we readily forget them. Every one should keep a book of these delightful things, which please us with a sudden sense of superiority. Among misprints is knises. "Some swing on nooks, some run knises through their bonds," said an article in The Edinburgh Review. Here every one would emend by knives or krisses knives was the real reading. In "The Monastery" Scott wrote about "nursing evil passions," This was printed "morsing," and the verb "to morse" was defended by writ ers in Notes and Queries. - It has lately been pointed out that in the "Surgeon's Daughter" Scott is made to say that the "uuutcu girls perfume their Voluptuous eastern domes,"-whereas the real reading must be "perform their voluptuous eastern dances." But we are not aware that the coquille has been corrected. In "Pendennis" a boy is said to excel in "running and pump, ing," This must mean "jumping," though the actual competition would have its merits. There are no ridings in Yorkshire, triding is the right word, out there is a "World Riding" in Mr.- Morris' "Heiinskringla." London Saturday Re view. Trouble Caused by a Semlcoloa. The substitution of a semicolon for a comma in an act which became a law in 1889 has caused a lot of trouble for the surface railroads and apparently makes necessary the passing of a healing act by the present legislature. The act, which relates to railroad crossings, is as follows; "No electric, cable or horse railroad shall hereafter be constructed across the tracks of a steam railroad at grade; nor shall any steam railroad cross iwy such electric, cable or horse railroad at grade, except upon application and approval by the railroad commissioners. The preceding was approved, semicolon and all, June 11, 1889, and became a law. The result is that while steam roads can cross surface lines at will with the per mission of the railroad commissioners street and electric roads are barred from c-osaing steam roads with or without permission. Hartford Courant. ' The Carnation baa Old Flower. ; Pliny refers to the carnation as having been used in the days of Augustus Creasy, to give a spicy flavor to wine. While greatly loved and admired by the an cients, its improvement was not much advanced until it found a home in Eng land. The date of this event is not quite clear, but is believed to be about she year 1300. Chaucer wrote of its cultiva tion in 1S86, from which date it has been considered a florist's flower. It was first called "carnation" by Henry Lyte in 1S78 and designated as a "pink" in 1600. Edmund Spenser called it "coronation," which found little favor. Shakespeare, in "Winter's Tale," act 4, says. "Th fairest flowers o' the season ore our car nations," He also alludes to it in "Hen ry V."-B. T. LombartL- JExpert Revolver BhoU In the Army. W. R. Prior claims that all the best revolver shots are in New York. : There are some very good shots in the army. There are men in the army who can hit the sizo of a man at 10 yards, riding a horse at a gallop, every time, with 20 yard interval between figures, and men that can hit a 83-cent piece at 10 yards with a revolver that pulls eight pounds four shots out of five. All the best shots have the arm slightly bent. If Mr. Prior will take the trouble to look around, he will find men in the United States cav alry that will throw hfc; New York ex perts in the shade. Cor. Kansas City Times. . ' Pioche Weekly Record, SUB8CBIE& : FOR. IT AND BEND It TO YOUB FRIENDS. SOCIETIES. L O. O. V. PIOCHC LODOf tO. ti. MEETS KV1BT TtJlSDAT 7:30 o'clock in their ball on Main etreet Visiting Brother, cor dially Invited to attend. A.ADKLMAN. !. U. JOHN SHIHt. V. O. Jams Oltti, Secretary. A. O. I . W. PIOCHE LODOK NO. 2 vte, THIBEOULAR MKKTIN08 lF tjkJ'- Pioche Led r No. 36. A. O. V. W., SpE" m 0Jd """' Ball SV ' i eTerT Tt'edrowdav evening, cuni-'iii?:'-' meneing at 7:SO o'clock aharp. '7X Vlalting brother cordially Invited attend. if. Wiouu U. W. Pner Fonwaxx Bocoruer. r. A. M. ST. JOHN'S LODOK NO IS. If SETS THIS FOURTH SATURDAY V la earn month at Maontc Hall, on jC3T xaeour itreet. All vis. line Brothera la aool atsnlina S'0 Invited to at tnd. T. i. 03BOR.HE. W. M. 8. D. Enwaaos, secretary BATHS I BATHS FIFTY CENTS EACH. Hot and Cold at all Hours. Saturdays and Sundays. Eiulpneate not surpeessl In the later mono. tain country, JOS. PHILLIPS, TONBOSIlL PABLOB, MAIN ST., PIOCHE. PIOCHE THE UNDEBSIONKD BE3P ECTFTJLLY announce to the people of Pioche and Lincoln ooun-y that their New Dm Store, on Mala street one door nortn or the Qodhe Met oentile Store, la aav epea with a new (lock Obemloals, Drugs, 3VTe3 lollies Toilet Articles, PERFUMERY, HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. SOAP, BP0NOBS. ETC., TO. - ' - i ....a LABOK VARIETY OF.... Notions and Fancy Articles. Phyalolae Prrecrtptlona' carefully oompouaded, day or night, and orders from abroad filled with care and dttpateh by a com petent drugglat. Dr. J. D. Campbell PBOPBIETOB. DRUGSTORE. JOHN SHIER, Druggist and Apothecary, JSXIXjXjSI PURE DRUGS, Choicest Toilet Articles, PATENT MEDICINES and STATIONERY . I Have a Comoleta Stock of Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Teal Caw Aleo Bmj .IMta GOOD CIGAR. ram largest stock or vhebh P1HST QUALITY CilRDEN & FLOWER SEEDS Era Brmgfct lata The Ceat ' a J mat beea Reeelred, A ad Will he Sold at Moderate Prloea. JOHN SHIER, Poitofflos, Mala Bt. Fiooke, far. Brng Store m union Pacific System The Great Overland Route. The SHORTEST LINE To All Principal Points. Trains Kcm ai Follows : EfiecUvaFeb U, 18S3. t -South Boon. Hoith Bodvd, 1(10 p, in. arrive. .Frlo leave ;) a. m. t:10 p. m. arrive. .Milford... 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""" " dted M.ulug Cloluja.-utuaied lq , k hh.vii uuuureu u lieu (.. eacb of the Poor Mau'a Krospeot and Yonn.tii -lodte, thirteen baudred aad ten liniar ,, " .... . r, , ... . urnii nu jioear leetoftL Albion lode and teveu bnndrad and two I, I oftue Capen lode, and two hunared Umill with .uri.ee ground on each claim a. .h!! onthHplat pueted on the ground, leinal t Ho 7 ai.d described In the field Bole, eod pl.t ot tbe tfflcial survey oa flle lu tblr omit with n-agnetio variation cf aixteeu Utiu.l ea.t as follows: JIQ CLAIM. UtgtbBlugat the Ideili al place of dlwoc ery, a pine poet 4i4 iLcn, by five feet Ion. marked V 8 a Lot 17 Dlac.i thence north te Uexreesi 43 tulnuiea eaet 784 teet to north eaa! eud cente-; thence north 4 degree- 27 mlnn ea east 106 leet to corner hp 1 of location a4il mcb.hve feet long pine post tuarkeu U b L 67 e I for oorner Mo 1 ; tueuce south 7S deeree. 4 jnjliiuts west 1310 4 feet eoruer Ko i ot W va ion and luterrect eunth-eaat end line Caen. U H Lot No 64 at a poln aontn i.,m.u mltiutea wet 99 feet from poet No 14 said clstia s pine put 4 14 inch five ftet long marked L 8 L 67 r"i r eoruer No si; thnnceaouth 4 degrees il miuutea weat U2 leet post 10-13 Lot tto 41 Slo f.et tocner t s locatlou, a pine p si ui iich five het long marked U A L 67 p a t r coruer No 3 wl ei.ee corner No 9 L-t No 64 bear, touih 4 decrees 27 mli-uits went 91.03 leet 4 s t.n ; tbeuce nor.h 76 degrees 43 minute. ...i Ulo.4 fret comer No 4 location identical with coilitr No 1 Poor hls'a Proapect claim, a pin. p t4i4t eh, five f.et lotg marked Ur-L6T f 4 fero.iner N0 4i theice nirth 4degrtesk7 uiLutiseaat 310 leet ooinar No 1 this survey aud plsce of beginning. F0OB MAN 'Is PBOSfECT CLAIM. Beginning at the tden leal piece of dlecovi ty a piLe po.l 4x4 inch live feet long marked U a l,oi vim. i wmuee wuip ana t 77 teet d-tp bears north 70 dgrM-a 36 minut a east U4 tee dlat.tit aud a abaft It 9 fe t oeepbe.r. .outb 67 degreis 60 minut'S west 64 t feet an. tent. thtme north 7(1 d gretstS miauttsS 740 teet to ut-rthKfeSt end center; thence north IS degree. 17 luinuies w. st 100 ftet to con, or Do I location aid poet No 4 Jig survey, marled G g L 67 6 for turner No 6; tbei.ee south 76 u green 43 uiluute. west 1310.4 fe t pott Not till. But vey and Inmr.eit aouth-ea.t eidllua sllei U 6 i. 64 at a point north 4 degree, j? ai.nute. cast 03 feet irom corner No said eluim; 1500 ret to corner No 3 location au-t coiner No 1 Albion claim, a piie post sxtlueh five fe t long uiuiki d U B L 67 P or coiier Nod; tbeuee eouth 13 degree 17 miuutea cat 36 tet intersect acuth-weat aide line biltx il 9 Lot 64 at a point uortn e6 degre a 33 mlnntee west 169 7 leet-trem ceroer No 9 aa.d survey; UOO ftet corner No location. Identical with -cornira No Alolon. o 6 Oapeu and No i Yuuatttl claim, a 4x4 inch fivo feet long piLa pott m.rke li s L 67 f 7 lor curt.tr he 7; thence north 76 detttiea 43 minutes east 16uu leet to corner No 4 location I .entlcal with cur lier No 1 Youuatti; a 4.4 inch five foo la g pine poat luaised U 8 L 67 P e for .coiner No S; tiieoce nortu 13 decrees 17 minutes west 3U0 lott to post 6-4 this eurvev place ol beginning. fOCHATTl CLAIV. Beginninx at the Identical plsce of discovery a 4x4 Inch five feet lot g p ne post auarked I) g L 67 Dlso ! heoce a a altau eel oeepbeaia si uth S7 deijroea 31 lulnutes east 136 6 leet ols ttui and a ebaft 300 fett deep b. are South r6 d greeB 16 mlnutea weal 1 .6 feet dlatsnt; th nee north 76 degrees 43 mlhu es east 760 leet to noitn-tast end ce ter; thence north 13 m gnu a 17 mtnuti s west 100 leet to torn-1 No I location and post No 3 this survey, marked alio U b L 67 P 9 fur corner No 9; ihenoe south li degrees 17 minutes esst 3M) feet to corner No 4 location a pine post 4x4 Inch, five feet long ruaraea V 8 L 67 P 10 for corner No 10; thence 8 76 degrees 43 mlnutea west 1600 feet to cornet No 8 location Identical with comer Mo 1 (Japan elul.u, a pine post 4x4 Inch five feet long, marked U 8 L 67 P 11 tor eoruer No 11; thence norib 13 degreee 17 minutes wist Sua feet te corner No 3 location which la alao cot 01 r ho 6 Oapeu Corner No 6 Albion and poat No T thl. survey marked also TJ a L 67 P 13 for corner No 13; thence north 76 degrees 43 minutes east 1500 teet to post 9-8 this survey and place of beginning. ALBION CLAIM. Beginning at the Identical place of discovery a pine poet 4x4 Inch five feet long marked U I. 67 Llac : thioce south 13 degreee 17 minutes tsstloofeet cormr No 6 location, etmer No Capen claim and post 13-7 this survey marked elao 0 8 L 67 t 13 for eoruer Mo 18; thence south 18 degree! if minutes east 110 feat cor ner No 6 location, corner No t span claim and poat 12-7 tbia survey marked alao V a L 67 F 13 for orner No 18; thence north 13 degrees 17 minutes west 300 leet ,0 cormr Mo 1 location and poat No 6 thle survey lusraed alao U b L 67 P 14 lor comer No 14; thence outh7S degrees 43 miuutea west U3.((eettO-teraectaoutu-weat side line iei Lot No 64 at a point north 36 degree, 33 mlnutea west t7 7 tit irom corner No 9 aald culm: JiO.l feet lot met aeuth-eaat aide line Tieeaure Lot No 66 at a point aouh 44 degrees 4V minute, we.t 24 7 ftet icotu corner No 3 of aald ciatui M18.4 itet 10 corner No 1 location and intellect liuu ccramcn to lleorock ana Treaeure, Lot No 6.1, at a .olut aouih 44 oegrtes 49 n-lnut s west 106.1 fiet irom coiner No 4 of said survey, a pine post 4X4 mi b five foot ) ng, marked DHL 67, p 16 lor corner No l(j; thence south 44 de grees 40 minute weat i 6 teet. 8 nee claim w.s located County Commlaalonera have widened the road at this polut, and at 67 I leet on .hi. line la eet a plua poet. 4x4 lixh five feat lot g maraed I'm 67, P 16, w o for wltneaa corner to corner No 16; theme south IS digreea 17 minutes east fiom proper pot jt along south eet enu line of eiaiiu 4, 6 lest to oorner No 4 'ocation, a pine port 4X4 (nch five feet long, ui.ik, d U 8 L 67, P 17 tor corner Mo 17; the ce Bouih 40 degreee 66 mlnutea east 113 9 leet to c rner No 6 location, .aid corner being an iron pl'i la edge 01 ro.d to Buiiicnvllle; theaoa north 76 degrees 48 mlnutea east at 7 feet set a pine post 1X4 It ch fi a fett long marked II 8 L m. P 18, W u lor wnnees coiner to cormr No lb; iheico ixr.h In degteea 44 mluutes east from proper point along aoutheaat aide l.ne of cln!Uluu.itetioccrn,rNo4 location Oapaa cl.lm and mtej-ect euuthte.1 aide line of 1 rtacurr, 01 N 1 66, at a point 8 44 detreea 49 minut. weat 4oS. 9 feet Irom earner No 8 of aai 1 calm ; 641 a feel to post Me 13-13 Tut tale suivey, plsue of btginnlng. capen claim. Beginning at the Identical place of discovery. ? V.4"01' T lua I '" poet marked D 8 L 67 Due; thence north 18 dear, es IT mlnutea West lo leet to corner eoruei No t lo a tun aad p. st 13-12-7 of ibis eurvev, maiked alao C r L 67, p 19 lor oorner Mo 19; thence aoata 13 de grees 17 tumults east 3i0 Itet to oorner Mo 1 10ca.il B aid post Moll thla auivei, marked alaoD8L67,P 30 IOr eora.r Mo 30; thtuee Uth76dtgr.es 48 minuwa wevt 7uil leet w, corner No 3 location, a pine poet 4x4 Inch v foot lotg pine poet maiked U 8 V 61, I lot-corn-r No 31; thence noith 13 drtaeew IT mla utes wtat 100 teet to corner No I location andi Intersect soul heaat aide line Treaaure, Lot No 66, at a pt lot south 44 decrees 49 mlnutea week (91.1 feet fium tomer No . of aald clam, a pine p at 1x4 1 ch five feet long marked 0 8 L 67 , V 31 lor corner 33, whence corner common to8eitions33,33,26, 37, Toenahlp 1 north of eanga 67 east, at t M, bears auuia 73 degr-ee 83 m putea weat 496 8 feet dletant; thence noith 41 digreea 49 minute, eaat 1391 teet to corner Nu 4 of location, a 4x4 inch' five leet long pine post marki d 0 8 L 67, P 13 for comer No 13; iheno north "6 degreee 4 mlnutea east 641 S3 Itet to pott j9-lS-li-T thla survey, place of begin, ing. containing a total area of 36.90 aorea, divided aa follows: Jig claim, 1 9 acres; Poorman'a Prospect claim, 89 acres; Tounattl claim, 6 (9 aorea; Alolon claim, I 06 acras; Capen claim. 8.04 acres. The area eliminated from this survey I : M serein conlict with U 8 Lot No 64 on Poorman'a Ptrepoel claim; (6 acre In cot filet with U 8 Lot 64. oa Albion claim, and 1 (1 acres In conflict wllo TJ 8 Lot 66, 00 Albion claim. Total 001 Slot, 1 43 aerea. The net sroe claimed being 94 3 acres; all alt uatd in Section 33. T 1 N, B 67 16, at D at, aad ouly recorded la tbe office of the aWeordcr ot said Ely Mining iilstrlet. Tbe neareat kuown locations are the Cache and biles, U b Lot No 64, on the northwest, snd the Treasure lode, TJ a Lot 66,0a the soatb weat. Any snd all persons claiming adversely any portion of aaid Foot man Consolidated aurvey No 67, or (ur'sce ground, are require, to He their advene claime with the Ho Liter of the United 8 at. a Land t ffice at kureke, (n the State of Nevada, during the period of publica tion hereof, or they will be barred by virtue ol the provision of the atatutee. i. P, DClfftXI, keflater. It Is hereby ordered that tbe foregolDt notice of application for patent be pabllahed for the period of ality daya (ten consecutive waeka) la the Pioche Weekly nsooan, weakly esw.pa per pubUahs4 k Pioche, Uaaola eeaaly, lie Tada. uh I. 9, VVXXIM, Becbaar.