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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday...September 19, 1891. Entered at the Fostofflce, Dayton, as second ! clash mail matter. advkktisim; kates: Legal advertising, per square of ten lines of nonpariel. $2 Each subsequent insertion. 1 Commercial advertising, single column, per inch per month. 1 Double column, per inch.. 1 Discount of lu per cent, on commercial standing three mouths; 25 per cent, on “ads" standing six months; 40 per cent, on “ads’’ standing one year. Local notices, per line of nonpariel, first insertion. . ♦ .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line.05 No deviation from above prices. TIME T-A-UIL-IB -OF THE CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. lOtla, 1800. S3 3S:, STATIONS. Mound House. Dayton. Clifton . Fort Churchill Wabuska. Kio Vista. OUlftii. Hawthorne ... Hawthorne. Lunin#. New boston. Soda Springs.... Rhodes. Belleville. function. Candelaria. Belleville. Junction. Basalt. 1 Hu in m it.| Benton. Ilammill . Bishop Creek Bishop Creek | Alvord. i Tibbata. ] Independence ' Lone Pine j Swansea. Keeler ... Mound No. L Leave — 11:30 A M 12^0 p m 1-2:40 p n 1:10 i* M l*&f P1 230RJ 2 30 p m 2:55 p * 3:3'> p m 4:15 P M 5:20 pm Leave— 5 -->0 p m 6:30 p m 7 :0;'> p m Arrive*— 1U1*0 P M Leave— No. 3. fi:20 a *30 A Arrive — OttO A M 10:20 a M 11:10 a m 11 *0 a m 1230 p m Arrives— 1 30 p M 2:00 p m 2 45 p m I 8-30 pm I 4 20 p M 5:10 v M 6:45 p M t Arrives— 6:55 p m B K 1 o Mound House No. 2. Arrives— 6 -r»0 p m 5:10 p M 4 .*25 P M 3:101%* 2-. .0} P M 2:40 p m 230 p m 21)5 p m 1 £5 p M 12:45 p It 11 10 A M Arrives 11/10 A M 1030 A M 9*»f> a m 9 :85 a m P*“ Sf 7:45 a M Leave— 7:20 A M No. 4. 5 £5 r m Leave— 4 10pm 8 JO P M 2 20 p m 12:40 P M Leave— 1130 A M 11:00 a m 10:00 a m 9:15 a m fc:;;0 a m 7:40 a m 7:10 a M 7:00 A M Trains 1 and 2 run daily. Train 3 runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days '1 rain 4 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur day*. Paasenuer trains make close connection at Minimi House with express trains of Virginia and Truckee Railroad, which connect at ketio with east and west hound traius of Central Pa cific Railroad. KTA«K COWKCTIOm At Hnw thorn*, witli United Htates Sfngc Co’s coaches f«>r Aurora (26 mile*); liodie (37 miles); and for Lundy and Hrhlgeport. At Liming, 112ft mile* from Mound House), with Gilmer, riulishury S’ Co's triweekly stages, (leaving Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri day*) lor Downey villa, Grantaville and Bel mont. At Candelaria, with United State- Stage Co's stages for Columbu* (# miles). Silver Peak, Montezuma, Alida Valley, Gold Mountain, etc. At Keeler, with stages for Cerro Gordro (6 mile*), Darwin (22 miles), and Panamint. M. M YE KINGTON, R. J. LAWS, General Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent. D. A. RENDER, General Freight and Ptut-viigcT Agent. To Abandon the Hcwoivnt ion. A commission appointed by the President to negotiate with the Pi ute Indians for the cession of a part of Pyramid Reservation and of j Walker Labe Reservation to the Government have arrived in Reno. The commission have visited Wads worth and talked with some of the leading Indians. As there is more land in the Reservation than the Indians can possibly use, it is be lieved that they can he induced to part with tho greater portion of it. not bo overestimated, for n lthout pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At tills season nearly every ono nerds a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood’s Peculiar 8:ir8aParlIIa’ It strengthens rcLUlicU and tmi]d8 up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's 8arsapariilr. pecul- *T“^ If coif lar curative powers. No ® O IXSGlI other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to bey flood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood’s Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. JOO Doses One Dollar SUICIDE BV AMMOXIA. The Terrible Alton* Doom Xot Pre vent ItN Use. No poison brings death with more maddening agony than ammonia, but that fact does not seem to dis courage the suicide. The man Harrowitz, who deliberately swal lowed a dose of the drug in New York recently, is only one of the many who have gone the ammonia route to death in spite of the excru ciating pain. Dr. Blyth has re corded thirty cases of ammonia poisoning in the small London dis trict of which he is health officer; Professor Mitchell mentions twenty two cases, and four have occurred during the short time l)r. Jenkins has been connected with the coro ner’s office in New York. Cases of slow poisoning from am monia are of constant occurence among men who work in its manu facture, or even in decomposing substances winch give it off incon siderable quantities. Ammonia, slowly and from day to day taken into the system, causes the com plexion to lose its freshness, and the skin of men who get heavily impregnated with it has a disagree ble blotched and discolored appear ance. Taken into the stomach from day to day in even the small quantities used to adulterate food, such as baking powder, it not only injures the complexion but attacks the lin ing of the stomach, and is the source of much general ill health. The recent rapid increase in the use of ammonia for various pur poses, and the consequent increase in its manufacture, have made it one of the most easily obtained poi sons and, although everybody is familiar with it in some form, there is a surprising amount of ignorance of its dangerous qualities. Its use as an adulterant in any food prepa ration is simply a crime, and as a crime should be punished. IJu nUinjr On the fourth of this month, at Independence, Iowa, the horse Al lerton, owned hy Williams, trotted a mile in 2:10 crowning himself king of stallions. Direct, by Di rector, out of Eehora by Echo paced a mile in 2:06, breaking the worlds records for both trotters and pacers. Direct paced the last half in 1:02 in making the above record, the last quarter being done in 30$, a 2:02 gait. Eehora, the dam of Direct, and Gibraltar are brother and sister, both having been sired by Echo. Gibraltcr’s son, Our Jack, a few days ago paced a mile in 2:17 in California, and Homestake a Gib raltar gelding has a record of 2:11$ being next to the fastest time in the world for a gelding. It will be seen by the above that Gibraltar has some very fast relatives, and those parties in Nevada who own colts by him from good mares can rest assured that they have good horses. Byron Gates of this place, and A. W. Braun, both have fine stallions, sons of Gibraltar, from fast mares, and it will astonish nobody if, when put intrnining they get down below 2:20. There is no necessity of people going out of Lyon county to find good horses. In a year or two more they can find nil the fast stock they want right in Mason Valley and this place. A Mywtrry. How the human system ever recovers from the lm<l effects of the nnufcnua medicines olten literally poured Into It for the suppositive re lief of uy>pep>lft. liver complaint, constipation, rhcuinutiMu ami other ailments, is a mystery. The mischief (lone by bad medicines is scarce ly leis than that < aiise.t by the disease. If they who are weak, bilious, dyspeptic, constipated or rheumatic, would oftetier be guided by th« experience of invalids who have thoroughly tested II" tetter’s Stoma, h Hitters they would in every instance obtain the speediest aid de rivable from rational medication. This medi cine is a searching and at the '-nine time a thoroughly safe remedy, derived from vegeta ble sour1 es. and possessing, in con.equenoe of its basis of pure spirits, properties as a medic inal stimulant not to be found iu the fiery lo cal bitters and stimulants often resorted to by the dcbilituti d, dyspeptic and languid. Kan I'raiielMco 3leat Market, Thu following nro Ihe rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers in San Francisco: Rkkf First oualiiv, fi<$.i'.,c: .second quality, M..c; third quality, -T Jm:)C tb. Vkai. Quotable at lor largo and G@8c tb for small. Mutton--Quotable at 7W7’.\c ^ tb. L vmb—(Quotable at le-mbc "•? tb I'okr—Live hogs, on mot. grain fed, heavy, 354©4/ie; dressed hogs, 6H(a>7c tb. l*ronoimee«l l3opele.*tn, Vet Naveii. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. IlurJ, of Groton, S. I',, we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, cough set iu and finally terminated In Consumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying 1 coma live hut a short lime. 1 cave myself up to my Sav iour, dt ternilned if I could not stay With my friends on earth. 1 would meet my absent ones above. My husband was odviste \o get Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trirl, took In mil, eight bottles; it has cured me, and thank God I am n »w a well ai.d hearty woman.’’ Trial bottles tree at T. J. A. Flaws’ store, regulur size, 00c. and $1.00. _ Voii are in a l>a«l Fix. But we will cur© you if you will pay us. Our message is to the weak, nervous and debilita ted, who, by early evil habits, or later indiscre tions, have trilled away their vigor of body, mind and manhood, and who sutler nil those effects which lead to premature decay, con sumption or insanity. If this means you, send for and read our Book ok Life, written by the greatest Specialist of the day. and sent (sealed' forii cents in stumps Address Dr Parker’s Medical and surgical Institute, 151 North Spruce St., Nashville, Tenp. BUIEK MEXTIO.V —Bar silver, 98^. —Henry and Ed. Markwell left last Saturday for Montana. —D. C. Simpson came in from Smith Valley yesterday evening. —Go to Bonham’s old stand for your school books, tablets, stationery, etc. J. A. will be on hand to sell these articles at reasonable prices. —Read our advertisements if you want to find out where to do busi ness. —C. Hernleben, of Mason Valley, was in with a load of produce this week. —Mrs. K. T. Clark was granted a divorce from William Clark last Monday. —Joe Moore and wife, of Eureka Mill, have returned from their trip to California. —Dayton orchards are overloaded .with fruit this year, and the apples are especially fine. —Complimentary tickets to the State Fair, at Reno, Sept. 21 to 26, inclusive. Thanks. —Additional rich gold and silver strikes are reported at Pine Nut, Nev.. via Carson City. —Waiter (deferentially)—Soup, sir? FuddledActor (ferociously)— No, sir; leading man. —Mr. Fusch, the axle cutter, is still here doing a good business. Ho will go to Silver City soon. —A heavy rain fell last Tuesday night, and there were light showers at intervals all day Wednesday. —The Eureka mill is now run ning ten stamps and four pans on ore from a clean-up of the dump. —Thursday’s train bound south did not arrive here until 4:30 in the afternoon, owing to delay on the C. P. —The water in the river has raised considerably this week, and the Douglass mill is now running fullhanded. —A. J. Markwell has our thanks' for a basket of tine peaches raised in his orchard. They are as fine as any we ever ate. —Mrs. G. P. Randall and daugh ter Pearl, and Miss Daisy Perry, her granddaughter, left Monday for a visit to friends and relatives in Stockton, Cal. —A pottery is to be established at Wolf Postoffice, a few miles below Grass Valley, where there are im mense deposits of kaolin, which is very valuable in the manufacture of such ware. —Pat Maloney, the long dis tance foot racer, was in town this J week. He is still willing to run | anybody in the State a distance of I five or ten miles for any amount I of money. —Mrs. Jas. G. Fair died in San Francisco last Sunday, of fatty de generation of the heart, combined with Bright’s disease. She was a native of New York, aged 48. She leaves $5,000,000. —Rev. Mr. Gessner, who has been holding Episcopal services in Day ton, Silver City and Gold Hill for the past year, preached his farewell sermon last Sunday, and left for Connecticut this week. —Melbourne, the rain-maker, has commenced an experiment to make it rain at Kelton on the Central Pa cific Railroad. He has entered into a contract to bring rainin four days, and if he fails to deliver half an inch of rain within that time he gets no pay. —T. E. I'icotte, editor of the Hailey, Idaho, Times, recently rup tured a blood-vessel by jumping too suddenly out of bed. He went to a hospital in Salt Lake for treatment, where he is rapidly recovering. He was formerly well-known in this part of Nevada as the publisher of this paper. —The Reno State Fair, coming off next week, will he the biggest affair of the kind ever held in the State of Nevada. The manage ment have had the business sense to make known their attraction to the people through the newspapers. Merit, accompanied by judicious advertising, wins. ('ntarrh t’an't bn t'urod with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, us they cannot rt-aoh the ►cut of the disease. Catarrh la a constitutional or blood disease, ami in order to , tire it you have to take internal remedies. Hall’s. Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces, ••all's Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine. It wa> pre.-oribod by one of the best phvsiciaus in the country for years, and is a regular pre scription. It is composed of the best tonics known, acting directly cui the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredient* is what produces aueh wonderful results in curing catarrh send for testimonials free. V. .1 CI1ENKY A CO.. Props., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Good Look*. Good looks are more than skin deep, depend ing upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs If the Liver be inactive, you have a Illllloua Look, if your stomach be disordered von have a Dyspeptic Look and if your Kidney* ! be affected you have a Pinched Look. Secure I g.»od health and you will have good looks. I Electric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic I a ts directly on these vital organs. Cure* Pim pie*. Blotches, Boils and gives a good oomilex I ion. Sold at Flaws’,60c. per bottle. Prepare for Fire. The following from the Elko In dependent is just as timely here as there: “If a lire should break out in the business portion of the town, it would be almost impossible to put it out with our present facilities for fighting fire. Our people should set to work and put their premises in order to be able to cope with the fire at the start. Those having hose should overhaul it and put it in re pair. Empty barrels can be had free of charge at any business house, and these filled with water ready for instant use might save thousands of dollars worth of property. The fire apparatus should be overhauled and put in working order. In fact our people should go to work to pre pare for a fire that may break out at any time. The water supply is short and every precaution should be taken against fire.” The Dredge. J. H. Rae will begin work on the dredge the first of the week. Tim bers, etc., will be placed on the boat for the new machinery that is to be put on by the Golden State and Miners Foundry, of San Fran cisco. This foundry is the one that put in the celebrated bucket dredg es at Panama, and the dredge to be in here is to be similar to those, but of smaller size. Mr. Angell, one of the proprietors of the found ry has visited Dayton, and from what he has. seen of the proposition he guarantees that the machine he will put in will do the work the company requires of it. Some of the machinery will be shipped from the foundry next week. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day tor the pro duction of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and com/ort of mankind are almost unlimited, and when Syrup of Figs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently In the Spring-time, or, in fact, at any time, and the better it is known the more popular it becomes. Death of Lather Davit*, Hr. Last Sunday word was brought from Sutro of the death at that place of Luther Davis, Sr., who for years past has conducted a store and also been Postmaster of the place. Mr. Davis is an-old resident of this county and State. Formerly he was engaged in business in Virginia City, but for many years he has re sided at Sutro. His funeral took place Tuesday, his remains being buried in Virginia City, and was largely attended by friends and ac quaintances. Deceased was aged 74 years, and was a native of Charleston, Mass. He leaves two sons, one a resident of Virginia City, and Luther Jr., a resident of Sutro. For Over Fifty Year**. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect suc cess. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrlitea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. 25 cents a bottle. He sure and ask for “Mrs. Winslow’s bootliingSyr up,” and take no other kind. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov’t Report, Aug. vj, ABSOLUTELY PURE Resolution** of Respect. Anchor Lodge No. 12, ) A. O. U. W. Greenfield, Nev. Sept. 14.) Whereas. Death has removed from our midst, our well beloved Brother, E. P. Lovejoy, who was called from us so suddenly on the 2Gth day of August 1891, therefore be it Resolved, That we tender our sincere sympathy to the bereaved widow and frinds of our deceased Brother, and hope and trust that they will look toward Him who has promised to be a husband to the widow, and be guided by His prov idence for eternal good. Resolved, That the memory of our deceased Brother is entitled to be cherished by the members of Anchor Lodge No. 12, of Mason Valley, Nevada, and the records of our Lodge will show' that he was a true and faithful worker of our be loved Order. He who has gone be fore us is but to remind us how soon we must follow on the same journey, and makes us desire that when we too, shall lay aside the badges of office and cease our earth ly toil and strife, we may each be found to have finished our appoint ed task here below and merited the commendation and acceptance of our Supreme Ruler. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the records of our Lodge, also a copy be pub lished in the Lyon County Times and a copy presented to our de ceased Brother’s widow. A. J. Littell, J. S. Craig, B. H. Reymers. Com. Valuation of Property in I^yon. The Board of Equalization of this county 'concluded its 'labors last Monday, and it is found that the total valuation of property in Lyon is $1,592,775. Of this amount $966,249 is real estate and possess ory claims; $25,775 is improve ments on real estate assessed to others than owners of the real es tate; $520,965 is personal property exclusive of money and solvent debts; $30,545 is money and solvent credits. The total valuation of the property as given in by the owners thereof was $1,543,534, and as rais ed by Assessor it amounted to $1,659,494. The Board equalized it as above given. About sixty per sons appeared before the Board at its several meetings. . Burklen'tt Arnica Halve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores. Tetter, <'happed Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction. or money refunded Price cents per box. For sale by Flaws. PROTECT OUR BREAD The machinery of the law has not been put to work too speedily against the fraudulent use of ammonia and alum in Baking Powders. Both health and the pocket of the people are demanding protection. The legislatures of New York, Illinois and Minnesota have taken this matter of adulteration up, and especially that of Baking Powders. It will be in the interest of public health when their sale is made a misdemeanor in every State in the UNION, and the penalties of the law are rigidly enforced. There is no article of human food more wickedly adulterated than that of Baking Powder. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is the only pure cream of tartar powder having a general sale that is free from ammonia, alum or taint of any kind of impurity. It makes the sweetest and lightest bread, biscuit and cake that are perfectly digestible whether hot or cold. It costs more to manufacture Dr. Price’s than any other baking powder. It is superior to every other known and the standard for forty years. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is re ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia, Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the purity of this ideal powder has never been ques tioned. Hratty In Head. There is no doubt now about the death of George Beatty, who was shot several months ago at Cande laria by Booth. The San Francis co Chronicle says Beatty came to the German Hospital in San Fran cisco and had an operation perform ed from the effects of which he died on the 3d. Booth is out of jail on $2,500 bail. Why It Is Popular. Because it has proven its absolute merit over and over again, because it has an unequaled record of cures, because its business is con ducted in a thoroughly honest manner, and because it combines economy and strength, being the only medicine of which “100 Doses One Dollar” is true—these strong points have made Hood’s Sarsaparilla the most successful medicine of the day. BIXjXjS ALIjOWUD -DY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Lyon County, Nevada, Sept. Term of 1801* The following bills were examined and allow ed by the Board of County Commissioners at its regular monthly meeting, held September 7th, 1891: Theo. Vinson, mileage attending Board of Equalization, Aug. <k Sept .$ 390 W II Hfpragg, mileage attending Board of Equalization, Aug. &Sept. 8® 80 Company I, 1st R, N N G, armory rent.. 7® 00 Wm Kean, supplies for Court-house.... 71 30 James Scott, water for Court-house — • 00 PJH Smith, services as nightwatchman 10 00 T J A Flaws, supplies for Court-house.. IS 50 A J Littell, drawing plans and specifica tions for bridge.y.... 10 00 F L Littell, Constable’s fees. 21 30 Thoa Mack, Recorders fees. 17 00 Thos. Mack, Auditor’s Salary... 100 00 Henry Wood, Clerk’s fees and salary 174 38 W A Donnelly, Sheriffs and Janitors aal* ries and board of prisoner. 154 00 R W Apsey, District Attorneys salary... 125 08 A W Brann, Assessors salary. 150 08 J A IIuntoon. Treasurer’s salary. 141 (8 W II Spragg, Commissioner’s per diem and mileage. 63 40 Theo. Vinson* Co. Com. per diem and mileage. 31 30 C E Jaqua, Commissioner’s per diem... 60 08 T B Smith, 3 days labor with man and team on roads. 10 08 J M Feeny, lumber for county. 27 37 I C T Martin, 2 days labor with man and team on roads . 8 08 8 Ililbun, 14 days labor with man and team on roads. 6 00 J Dobbins, 3 days labor on roads. 9 08 j O A Brooks, 1 days labor on roads. 3 00 J Gugger, 19 days labor on roads . 67 08 Ruel Lothrop, 14 days labor on roads.. 4 50 A J Littell, supplies for indigent and county. 11 00 J C Gallagher, supplies for indigent_ 1 23 Cuddy & Wood, supplies for indigent 32 St Wm Kean, supplies for indigent . 21 05 Samuel Stevenson, bread for indigent (July and August) . 6 48 Goetz <fc Ludgens, meats furnished in digents. 10 II J L Campbell, meats furnished in digent*. 11 08 C Hernlebeu, care of indigent*. 45 08 James Milsap, care of indigents. 10 08 Mrs M L Duncan, care of indigents. 161 00 Mr*. J C Gruber, board of Indigent .. 23 23 Lyon County Times, printing tax lists for Assessor . 93 08 Lyon County Times, advertising and job work for county. 76 73 STATE OF NEVADA, 1 COUNTY OF LYON. J I. II. Wood, County Clerk of Lyon County Stute of Nevada, do hereby certify, that tha foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of tha original, which now remain* of record iu my office at Dayton, in said county. In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand, and affixed the Seal of Lyon Couuty, this 7th day of Sept 1891. H. WOOD, Count? Clark. SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION | LIGHT RUNNIN3 AND DURABLE GIVES PERFECT SATISFACTION AMERICAN B.H.O.& SEWING MACHINE CO! PRINCIPAL OFFICE ^FACTORY s.w. cen.2o®5T. & Washington avl PHILADELPHIA, PA. WHOLESALE BRANCH HOUSES CHICAGO. ILL «« CINCINNATI OHIO. s--—CffiMlD—-/ BABBIT METAL FOR SAIJE AT THIS OF FIGS