Newspaper Page Text
< OAST ITUIN.
Haymakers are scarce near Reno, Nev. Oregon has 400 Penitentiary pris oners. Bogus greenbacks are circulating at Salem, Or. The squaws at Phoenix, A. T., Rave begun to wear shoes and stock ing At a fire in Chinatown in Vallejo Sunday a 3-year-old child was burned to death. The water in Tulare Lake is not covering one-half of the land it did several years ago. Over 500 acres of grain were burned on the Floyd ranch, near Milton, Thursday. Santa Clara has an opium den where several young men have been rendered slaves to the drug. The bark Guy C. Goss is overdue at Tacoma. She sailed from Japan with $500,000 worth of teas. The fruit crop in Los Angeles county is fight. The grape crop promises to be unusually large. The tree-dweller, missing from Healdsburg, is reported to have passed Ingomar, going south, last Monday. The Fraser river salmon pack is 50 per cent behind the two previous years. The pack is also short on the Columbia river. Ah Quong’s wife, who was stolen by highbinders from Vacaville and taken to Woodland; has beenjudic ially restored to him. A fabulous gold strike is reported art Spokane to have been made on the Red river. The ore is reported to be “thick all over with gold.” Los Angeles intends to carry out the Sunday-closing ordinance, three licenses were revoked Wednesday, for selling liquor last Sunday. Twenty horses perished in the stable fire at Marysville, Tuesday. One of the employes carelessly dropped a cigarette and originated the fire. Mrs. A. D. Beeeham of Puente, Los Angeles county, was bitten hv a rattlesnake at Peach Springs, A. T., last Wednesday, and died in a few hours afterward. There is a report that the soda works at Keeler are to change hands and be greatly extended. The in dustry could readily be made to as sume vast proportions. The town of Booneville, in An derson Valley, twenty-two miles from Ukiah, has been entirely de stroyed by a forest fire. Only one building remains. The loss is es timated at $30,000. Ukiah has had a sensation in the confession of three of its young bloods that they tore down a large business sign on the 3d inst. The authorities had been Bifting the mat ter, with the result noted. Sixty tons of hay, several tons of sacked wheat and several acres of stubble were consumed on the old Hartley ranch, near Merced, Wed nesday. The fire started from coals left in the blacksmith’s forge. Five carloads of horses, valued at $10,000 were stolen from the ranch of A. L. Davis, in the vicin ity of RitBville, Wash., on or about July 4th. The horses were shipped from Parnpa, a small station on the Union Pacific, to Chicago by way of the Chicago and Northwestern Rail way. August Drayeur, proprietor of the Delmonico Restaurant at Tacoma, Wash., has been missing three weeks. He had been acting strange ly for some time past, and his friends fear that he has wandered away and is lost or has committed suicide in I a fit of despondency. Drayeur was J well known in San Francico. Railroad freight agents at Port land are worked up over the fact j that the Union Pacific carried forty eight carloads of wool East which ! the Northern Pacific had engaged j and was to have been turned over i at Walla Walla to it. The Union j Pacific claims the wool was billed to Boston, and they delivered it there. For the past three days the water at Salton has been about stationary, the inflow being only sufficient to replace the evaporation. A River side man has written to Washing ton, asking that the authorities pre vent attempts to stop the overflow | of the Colorado river into the des ert, but the Interior Department says the courts are the only places where such prohibition could be secured. In the neighborhood of Saticoy, Ventura county, the acreage of lima beans is estimated at 6,060, and the probable yield 700 pounds per acre. The yield' will be under the average owing to the lack of fogs since July 1st. Seven hundred acres of wal nuts were planted during the past season. From Hueneme, in the same county, the acreage of beans ; is reported at 30,000, against 22,000 last year. The yield will be one fourth less. Of walnuts there is a large acrage, but the crop will be a fourth less. Grain will be increased and fruits are plentiful and deli Hccswax. The question is often asked by ama teurs “Do bees make wax?" Tin- an swer is Yes. Wax is a natural secre tion of the honey bees, formed in deli cate scales on the under side of the abdomen. While it is formed to some extent in activity, it is formed in largest quantities in repose, while the bees are quietly clustering inside the hive. Wax in used by the bees for comb building. The production of each pound requires in the neighborhood of twenty pounds of honey. Another thing that puzzles beginners is how to render old combs without an extractor. Wo give a plan recommended by Boot in his work on bee culture. It is simply a large honey barrel having a basket made of perforated zinc suspended in it by a hoop that rest3 on the top of tlie barrel. A steam pipe throws a strong, jet of steam into this basket, and all one has to do is to shovel on the old comb in any quantity. The wax is found in the basket. A Ministerial Conductor. “We have had some curious men on this line,” said it Third avenue car con ductor, “but I think about as strange as any was one who had formerly been a Methodist minister. How he came to get on a street car I don't know, but he was a wholesome, manly sort of man, and he aid liis work well, though he had at first a singular way of doing things. He had been on the front platform one day collecting some fares, and when he got hack to the rear platform a passen ger told him a man had got on at Hous ton street and was sitting inside. The conductor stood in the doorway and looked in, but he couldn’t locate him. Then he said with perfect calmness, ‘Will the gentleman who got on at Houston street please rise?’ The gentle man who got on at Houston street stood up like a man and paid his fare ”—New York 3un. They Can’t Do It. There are two things a full blooded Indian cannot learn to do—box or wrestle. Ha is all right as a runner, jumper and rough and tumble, but any thing like science puts him out. His way is to bito and kick and pull hair, an j he can’t ho broken in to stand up and tako one on the nose.—Detroit Free Press._ It is said that Daniel Webster was the first editor of the first college paper pub lished in this country, the initial num ber appearing at Dartmouth in 18U0. These journals now number 1S)0 in the j United States, while but 1 is issued in England._ The beet plan of supplying charcoal to i the poultry is to burn corn, not black ' but nicely browned; give them all that they’ will eat up clean. A New Tyne writer! —the — INTERNATIONAL.! A strictly first class machine. Fully warrant ed. Made from the very best man-rial, by j skilled workmen, and with the best tools that have ever been devised for the purnose War I ranted to do all that can reasonably be expected or the very best typewriter extant Capable of j writing 15 > words per minute—or more—accord- j ingtothe ability of the operator. A machine that will manifold more than double the nurn her of sheets than any other typewriter without affecting the alignment in any respect, as on this inachiue the alignment is indestructible. PRICE, - - *XOO. If there is no agent in your town, address us on the subject, as we are more liberal with our ageuts than any other company in our line. International Typewriting Co., £ Park Mquare. Host on. Monm. F. W. Fairbanks, Agt,, Dayton, Nevada. | HAD THE DESIRED EFFECT. * | Cabbolltow, Gkeehe Ca, Iix., Nov. fS. I highly rrtcoinnieuu Pastor Koenig’s Nerve j Tonic to anybody that has suffered from head- I ache as my «*on did for B years, because /J bottle# | of u»e medicine cured him. Ai. M jTIGUE. WEAKNESS OP* MEMORY. ZnL, Fauijc Co., Dab., Nov, *88. I was troubled with furgetiulne#* and tried many routed lea, but of no u^c—I bud fldun>s1 U-jp paired when somebody recommended i'na tor Koenig's Nerve Ton to. Hik'd it and took but g bott es of It, which brought Iwk vy . memory na good as ever. 1 therefore rerom* I I menn ini** rein* Jv to all auCVren*; it u«n.i } luOiv than e^pociod, it speaks f >r itself. U..ouUm l .vAlAN. A Vnlnable Hook on Hervon# UlwaHO# wmthe# to unv «ddr< as, . ami poor patient* can also obtain i tiiLi mvdicliie free of rlmrge. This remedy ha* been prepared by the Rever- > I end PaatorKoenig, of Fort Wayne. Ind., since 1878. t and i* now prepared UHder his direction by the 1 1 KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. Sold by Druntlat, at HI per Bottle. 6 for I 85. X-arso Site, *1.75. 6 Bottle, for *>U. DEAFNESS, ITS CAUSES AND CURE, Scientifically treated by an aurist of world win* reputation. Deafness eradicated and en tirely cured, of from 20 to 80 years' standing, after all otner treatments have failed. How ; the difficulty is reached and the cause removed, fullv explained in circulars, with affidavit# and’testtmoniali of cure# from prominent peo ple, mailed free. Dr. A. FOKTAIME, 34 Went 14th St, K#w York. City. teeiej oiDiEOiisr., PIKE STREET, Dayton, - Nevada. _._sdSS&s—>— qpms SALOON HAS recently been remitted, and is now THE NEATEST AND MOST 1'01'ULAR RESORT IN LYON COUNTY. ELEGANT CARD ROOMS ARE ATTACHED. -AND None but the Finest Wines <& Liquors kept In Stock. THE BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS ARE ALSO KEPT ON HAND. A Fine “Monarch” Billiard Table is Kept in Excellent Repair for the Use of Billiard and Poo! Players. JOHNSON & FIELD GO., RACINE, WSSCONSIN, Manufacturers of THE RSOIME” Um IND WAREHOUSE FANNING KILLS DC’SI'liESS CHAIN SEPARATORS AND CAN’D ROCCERS. Tlieso Aims anti separator* nave long born used l>y the Farmers, prominent Millers-, (iruin ami Seed Oi ul. ri, thl'(iudio",t the t inted 7: States, wn<» highly recommend i'*Uiem a* being the 14 »i>T M A - CHINK'' ever made for cleaning ami grading Wheat, fi.it Icy, Oats, Corn and Seeds of every dcscrip i til Ml • 1 They do the work mere thorongh .* ly, have greater rapacity, built « stronger and heavier and better itinmhed than «"ny other Mills. Six different sixes, two lor farm Use, four for Warehouse, felevator and .Millers use. The l and Hollers are the ItKST and CUK.lPliST for the money Write for Circular* and I’rioes before buying. We can roue* for tbe reliability of tbl* Inn.—KniToa. ■ UCH foo Finish* .4 pfANO Factories ||f> IN THE* ^ ^ *V6~rL-0,w 'Em I f i\jk yclir 4 for it t Ii\5i5t oi\ J r\aVii\3 it. 4 # *..• A- 4 , if. | n\ > 0^5i2r\ | ir\ ; ** ir\isK. * * * > Tully 6u&rai\t^&- AH l^aV^ tt\?n\. PRICES QUOTED CN APPLICATION. BZXjXjS ALIjOWED -BY THR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. fijnn 4'ountj, \evada, July Term of 1091. The following hills were examined and allow ed by the Hoard of County Commissioner* at its regular monthly meeting, held July 6th, 1891: Mrs M L Duncan, care of indigents f WO 00 j James Milsap, care of indigents (May and June). 20 00 Mrs. J C Gruber, board of indigent 22 50 St. Mary s Hospital, care of Indigent (April, May and June) . 91 Of C Hernleben, board of and medicine for indigent*. . 28 0 * | C Hernleben. care of indigents. 32 £5 , Cuddy A Wood, supplies for Indigent 81? 56 Goetz A Hudgens, incats furnished In digent*. 11 00 J I. Campbell, meats furnished in digents.. 00 Matt Hay, 1 cord wood for indigent .. 10 0<» John Jones, Jr., medical supplies for In digent* (ft months).. 82 25 Samuel Stevenson, board of Indigent (May and June) . 5 20 M J King, two days labor on county road. 6 10 C M Davis, three days labor on county road. 9 00 | Jacob Gugger, twenty three days labor on county road. 69 00 A H Fitch, one days' labor on county road. 3 00 Harry Laughlin, three days labor on County mad 9 00 C A Hailey, four days labor on county road . 12 00 Ed Gundry, two and one half days on county road T 50 Win Schooley, three days labor on county road. 9 00 C T Martin, six days labor of man and team on county road 24 00 A T McKenzie, one days’ labor on county road . 3 00 John Brown, one days’ labor on county road . 3 90 J T Downey, five day* labor of man and team on county road ... 20 00 II F Swa.-ey, bridge timber- and labor . 7 00 Lyon County Tim kb, advertising and job work for county. 37 50 W E F Deal, legal service* and advice to Board with reference to the constitu tionality of an Av t creating a State Hoard of Assessors and Equalization 100 0 0 Company I, 1st R, N N G, armory rent for June. ... 75 00 Company I, 1st K. N N G, armory rent for May. 75 00 Jaiue* Scott, water for Court-house 6 00 T It Hawkins, fee* as Justice of the Peace.. . ■ • 10 00 Henry Wood, expressage on asse.-s ment foils.. .... 2 50 : I’ J H Smith, service* a* nlghtwatehmsn ft 00 Estate of A J Leary, printing assess ment roll*, record, etc . .. fil fO , William Keun, supplies for Court liouee 13 7ft J A II untoon, expressage on money* 1 2"> Thos Ma k, Recorder* fees. 43 00 R \V Ap.<ey, District Attorneys salary 12ft 00 J A Hunloon, Treasurer'* .-alary 141 66 ! A W Rrann, Assessors .-alary.150 On ; Thos. Mark, Auditor's Salary. JOG (*» Henry Wood, clerk's fees and salary 9ft 70 • W A Donnelly, Sheriff- salary and fees 229 5ft j O E Joqua, Commissioner’s per diem . 50 to ! W II Hpragg, Commissioner * per diem and mileage 68 4" Then. Vinson, Co. Com. per diem and mileage ... . 61 60 John J Webster, Justice's fees, May and June. .. 10 On STATE OF NEVADA. I COUNTY OF LYON. 1 I. II. Wood, County Clerk of Lyon County State of Nevada, do hereby certify, tint the foregoing i* n full, true and . orrect copy of the original, which now remain* of record In my Office u.t Dayton, in said county. In testimony whereof, I have* hereunto set my hand, and affixed the Seal of Lyon County, this 6th clay of July. 18.1 H. WOOD, Countv Clerk. — Ills \m Wind Manufactured by the i Lima Mfg, Co. Lima, lud. J* . 4 • - • r Til K BEST, Most Durable, -AND- ' • CHKAPKHT. To any responsible person residing where we have no mill erected or no agency we will ship a mill on trial. If, at the end of t»0 days, it is sati.sfa tor you can pay for it; if not satisfacto ry take it down and ship it to us at our expense. For further particulars address J. H. HEPWORTII, Agent fop Mtate of Nevada, Dayton, - 3NT evada. CARSON RIVER PLACER MINING -AND DREDGING COMPANY, -OFFICE No. 18. Broadway, N. Y. City PKTKH FORIIFMTKR. PrcNlrtent. C. G. CHRISTIE, Secretary. Wanamaker & Brown, Largest Merchant Tailoring House in the World, KEPIlKHKNTEIi HY JAMES S. ANTISDALE, Gen 1 Manager for Pacific Coast, Office Eilst I'OMt St., Nun Franc laro, Cal. ROOM 1, FIRST FLOOR. Note—Every garment warrented to fit. Style work and trimmings the beat, and prices guar anteed the Lowest QUARTERLY REPORT —OF TJIK— Auditor ad Treasurer. Following is the Auditor’s and Treasurer'* Jo ut Quarterly Report for the quarter ending June 3 th. 1831: * B VLAN ES IN SKVERlL FUNDS APRIL 1, 1831: In State fund..$ 475 33 in General lund 10,998 95. In Common School fund . 1,39 In Officers Salary fund. 7 (y# In Interest and Redemption fund 1,906 99 silver City Special fund . 12 75 In Ui.'trlct Judge's Salary fund. 602 28 In School Idntrii t No. 1 fund (spec.) 394 84 In School District No. 1 him! . 278 .V» In “ “ No. 2 fund. 468 97 In “ " No 8 fund 280 05 In “ “ No. 5 fund. 442 74 In ' " No. 6 fund. 100 42 In ' “ No. 7 fund. 256 47 In ‘ 44 No. 8 fund. 27132 In " " No 9 fund . 373 89 In “ 44 No. 10 fund. 268 83 In *' 44 No. 11 fund. . 297 46 In 44 4 4 No. 12. fund. 262 98 In “ '* No. 13 fund. 222 45 | 18 .nfifi 84 RECEIPT* PROM SOURCES AS FOLLOWS: From personal property tax. 1*91 $ 1,715 87 •* pull taxes, 18.1 17j jo “ Fee., ami per. entagea of county oOtter*. 12* 88 " Docket fee* . *21 00 Fine, in Junth-e Court. 45 60 “ County license* . 740 26 " Bale of county property. .. 2 60 '* Redemption oi property sold for taxes . 4 27 “ Delinquency and cost*. 126 y 8 “ Bale of property for delinquent taxes,. . 837 79 " Stale proportion of officers .sal aries . 622 04 " Slate for armory rent . 875 00 % 4,2*9 19 RECEIPTS APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS: To 8’ate Fund .f 6*3 fil To General Fund 2.789 *9 To Common School Fund... 849 85 To Interest and Redemption Fund 1"4 96 To Dldtri* t Judge h Salary Fund. 232 60 To Officers' Salary Fund . ... 128 38 8_4.289 19 DISBURSED FROM FUNDS AS FOLLOWS: From General fund I 5,913 *3 U1R» er a Salary fund 1,249 98 “ DUt. Judge a Salary fund 33ft 25 ** Behool Dut No. 1 *pe. iai fund 340 09 " School DUtrict No. 1 fund. 17o 99 “ •' No 2 fund *.460 “ “ ** No. 3 fund_ *283 99 " *' *' No. ft fund 814 •• “ “ No.fi fund 125 •* ** “ No. 7 fund 212 75 ** *' M No. * lund Rib 60 “ “ ** No. 9 fund 236 60 “ ** “ No. 10 fund 18102 *‘ ** ** No. 11 fund 120 no *• “ M Nt». 12 fund 2IO 00 M No. 18 fund. 175 no f 10.481 40 I*aJd to State Treasurer on acct. of setni-auuual settlement .f 1,017 77 I XPENDITURES CLASSIFIED. Salary of County Offi.ers. 8 2,874 98 l»i»trict Judge* .Salary'. JW 23 rare and Mipport of indigent*. 1,112 28 Coat of county road* and bridges 2.134 ‘.4 Support of Fublic School* 2.924 12 Flection expense*. . 4* 0 Fxpen*eol iurle*. 1JI 80 Interest on F.,nn-raida county bond* 14* 61 Ml»cellaiie.>u«expenses. 1.2 fi 25 *J"F4 18 | Amount transferred from Ceneral Salary to officers fund f 1 13-> 6 BILLS ALLOWED AND UNPAID ON Pl'NDO AS POLLO W a: On Ceneral Fnud. $ 171 » TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS JULY 1. 1891. Ronds of 1877 tearing o'a per cent. In terest t 25.008 00 Esmeralda county bonds, Interest at 7 per t cut ■ - 4.322 10 Floating indebtedness. 1TJ; 33 t •" 4 a 43 BALANCE IN TIIK SEVERAL FUN DM JULY l*t, 18U1. In State fund. Ill 17 In Ceneral fund . rt.liM 34 In Ollh er's calary fund . 211*9 In Common H<-hool fund. 48y <o In Interest and Uedemptlon fund.... 2;"11 K» In District Judges salary fund . 41)8 53 In Silver City Special fund . 12 75 III School hist. No. 1, Spe. ial fund 54 M In School District No. 1 fund 108 55 Iti “ “ No. 2 fund. 4 37 In " " No. 3 fund. 47 55 In “ " No. 5 fund 128 74 In ** " No 6 fund. W 17 In " “ No. 7 fund 43 72 In " ’* No. 8 fund. 104 82 In “ “ No. y fund 137 39 In “ " No. 10 fur d. 87 81 In “ “ No. ll fund . 177 46 In " ** No. 12 fuml.. 53 <8 In " 44 No. 13 fund. 47 45 f 10.804 ** recapitulation: Cash In Treas. April! 1891 $ 18.055 84 Receipts for (Quarter 4.289 ly _ I 22,340 03 Disbursed during Quarter I 11,45195 Cash in 1 rea*. Apr. 1, 1891 1*.8.»4 08 # 22 :-. o; on Respectfully submitted. TH08. P MACK. Auditor. J. A. HUNTOON, Treasurer. PATENTS | < 'aveats and Trade-Marks obtained, ami all Pat ent business conducted for Moderate Fees OurOftire Im opposite V H. Patent Of* ftee, uud we can tec are patents In less time ! ami At lc.it cost than those remote from Wash ington Send model, drawing or photo, with description We advise, if pateutahle or not, free or charge Our fee not due until patent is secured. A I,title Itooli. "flow to Obtain Patents,” with names of actual clients in your State, « ounty, or town sent free. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opp. Patent Office, Washington, I*. C. D. L. Dowd's Health Exerciser. For liralu woikers ami Seden tary People. lientlpnien, Ladies, Youths; ath lete or invalid A complete [gymnasium l akes up but (> in ><)uare floor room; new, solan* title, durable, comprehensive, ; heap Indorsed by ho,two phv* __I,I, Ians, iawytrs. clergymen, e<i itora, tUii others now Using it. Head ft»r illus trated catalogue, 4<> engravings, no charge. Pro I 1). L. Dowd. Scientific Physical and Voaal Culture, W Fast 14th St., New York City. A WEAK HAN Can now cure himself of the deplorable reauita of early aliuse ami iierfeelly restore liin vigor and vitality by the Great Australian Remedy The remarkable eurea of hope less cases of Nervoua Debility and vate I'tint plain In are everywhere stamping out qua kery. The medicine, ft physicians gift to suffering humanity, will be aent Tree to those afflicted. Address, IHt.MHTAll.OH. 803 Market Street, San F canola CO. Cal