Pasadena wants an ice factory.
Benicia has a fifteen-year old girl
The otter is being hunted out of
An experimental olive-oil mill
lias been erected at Pomona.
Salmon are running up the Rus
sian river in large numbers.
An extra session of the Idaho
Legislature will probably be called.
The employees of the electrie-ear
system at .Sacramento are forming a
Oil found near Pismo, San Luis
Obispo county, has caused much ex
Three boys at Shasta have been
fined .flU a piece for snowballing a
Dr. Milne and others of Victoria,
B. C., are shipping prize poultry to
the Seattle exhibition.
Frank E. Hill, a young druggist,
will have to answer at San Bernard
ino to the charge of bigamy.
Two weeks’ wages to the crew en
gaged in the attempt to raise the
San Pedro amounted to $8,300.
Figures are published showing
that the raisin crop of California
this year has been 2,500,000 boxes.
A new coal washer has been
erected at the Wellington mines for
washing out the dross, thus saving
65 per cent, of the coal.
The Nez Perce Indians want to be
removed from the Colville Reserva
tion to their old home in the Blue
Mountains of Washington.
All the bars of Victoria, B. C.,
w<ere closed Sunday except that of
the Dallas Hotel which remained
open for guests, with a view of mak
ing a test case.
Young Ritchie, aged fourteen
years, who attempted to kill his
mother with a butcher knife at Sa
linas a short time ago, has been
taken to the Whittier Reform
Saturday night, about 12o’clock,
six Chinamen entered tin? wash
house of Pon Lin in Martinez, and
abducted Lin Oy, a young Chinese
girl who was recently married to
The Salt Lake and Ogden Rail
road Company has filed articles of
incorporation. The road will run
from Salt Lake City to Ogden and
the survey includes Utah City and
Garfield Beach the popular summer
Chief Joshua SlUvell, last of the
great chiefs of the Puyallnps, died
yesterday, aged eighty years. He
was always friendly to the whites
and did the early settlers many
friendly acts during the Indian wars
on Puget Sound.
The sealing schooner Beatrice,
forty-nine tons, owned at Vancouv
er, B. C'., has sailed on a sealing
cruise. She will sail south to about
San Diego, where the seals appear,
and work up north. She is the first
of the British Columbia Beet.
Jesus Arviso, charged with rob
bing the mails, last April, between
Bowie and Solomonville, A. T., lias
been sentenced to ten years in San
Quentin, Cal. Arviso is the last of
a gang who monthly robbed stages
and the mail in Southern Arizona.
A man aged about thirty years
was found dead near the Donohue
Railroad depot at San Rafael Thurs
day. There was a bullet hole in his
head. No further knowledge has
been obtained, except that evidences
point to a murder having been com
The divorce ease of Yda Addis
Storke, the brilliant but somewhat
erratic newspaper writer, againstC.
A. Storke, a prominent lawyer of
Santa Barbara, is now on trial
there. He charges his wife is a
morphine user and drinks. She al
Before the Sacramento Board of
Supervisors Wednesday a letter from
John Doherty, a civil engineer of
Oakland, was read, in which it was
stated that the building of the levee
past Washington, on the Yolo side
of the river, will cause Sacramento
to l»e Hooded.
The Oregon Board of Railroad
Commissioners finds that the rail
road accident on the Union Pacific,
near La Grande, December 20th, in
which three persons were killed,
was due to the negligence of the
company. The Board says the en
gine was not suited to the track.
F. L. Patterson, who posed as a
special Government Agent, in the
Postal Service, was caught at Butte,
Mont., yesterday, in the act of
stealing money from the ordinary
mail. Complaints have of late berm
frequent about missing letters con
taining money. Patterson was to
leave the city yesterday, and, while
bidding the Postolliee employes
good-bye, Inspector Watkins told
the Postmaster to look in Patterson’s
left shoe, which he did, and found a
letter containing !l20. Patterson’s
friends immediately bailed him out
on $1,000 each.
DAYTON, - • NEVADA,
MKS. I. C. GRUBER
will always be supplied with the choicest eota
bit-.*, the market unord.s, and all tlie delicacies
will be supplied in seii- .n. Meals can be ob
tained at all hnur.->. cooked to suit the most fas
will be supplied with none but the choisest of
and the finest mixed and fancy drinks will al
ways be forthcoming upon order A fine club
room is at the disposal of parties who wish to
indulge in a social game of cards.
Board by the Day, Week or Month
at Popular Pi ices.
Onr Workers ARP BETTER PAID
than ALL OTHERS ; earn ’in >rmm:ey
with greater ease, and arc supplied with ar
ticles which the people want ami will have*
Beginners of eithpr sex, young or old. learn
the business in a day, and succeed from the
start. No special ability required. It you
cannot give ail your time to the work, we
will cheerfully accept your spare moments
Write us immediately for full information,
which wo shall he pleased to send von ires*
GEOKLf: STINSON A CO*.
Box 488, Portland, Maine*
J. h. CAMPBELL,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
[VI A R K E T,
Main Street, Dayton,
Home-Cured Baeon & Hama,
Meats delivered to Customers free of charge.
^ • RISER
WAICRCOO Vl»srco OCTRO11*MiclR
J. O. XX^nLETT.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Dayton, - .PTovada.
C«n he foiled at office mi I'i’ t* >triwt, or at
reatrienoe ou Second ttreet. « hen services are
DELINQUENT TAX LIST
OF LYON COUNTY
For Year 1891.
\Ti > I'ICK IS JIKRKHY GIVEN TO THE
following named |**>r.«on>, «*r to the owners
ments thereon, <»r improvements when a -e.-sed
.separately, hereinafter described. known <*r
iinnnown, that in a. cordan- e with law, each
of the following described pieee.s «»r parcels of
property will be sohl at public auction at the
Court House door, Town, County aiul State
JIOMIAV. JAM ARY I«th, 1M>2,
to pay delinquent taxes and costs against the
same, unless said taxes, penalties and costa
are paid to me before said date.
NAME A DESRIPTION TAX A
OF PROPERTY. KKLIXtj’CY
.Bristol, Caleb—Poss. claim to 160 acres
land not improved, adj It A Watkins,
♦'220; two work horses, $132; two stock
horses, $55. wagon, $55; one poll tax.
Mason Valley. $ 17 C3
Birmingham, J O—Poss. claim to 140
acres land with improvements, adj.
Angus McLeod south, $1660; furniture,
$55; two work horses, $165; one stal
lion. ♦3:10; twenty-five stock horses,
$ll"0: eight cows. ♦170: twenty nine
stock rattic, > :>>2,s0; two wagons, ♦1H>;
machinery, ♦60; one poll tax Mason
Office of County
Buckeye Mining (;o.—nope mill site in
Silver City, being lots 1, 2. 3 and 4 in
bio k 53: bus 3 and 4 track E blo< k 5,
Silver City, -77. building and mach
inery on mining claim near Silver
City, $140. 15 78
Combolick, II—Stable and lot on north
side Main street, formerly G. Sweltz
ers, $110. C» mo.. 3 40
Cook, Geo. (estate of)—House and lot on
east side Iligh street, adj. Paul bray,
$55. Silver City. . 194
Clark, 1. c—l’o>s. claim to K'.o acres of
land unimproved in Sec. 33, T. 14. $*-8;
three stock horses, $110. Mason Val
ley. S 80
Daniel-, Mr- A E—Foss, claim t" 150
a. res laud with improvements, $275;
furniture. $55; two work horses, >110;
two saddle horse.-, $55; seven -lock
horses, .■*‘11.5.50; two <• w.-, $41; two
wagon-, $s‘».a0; one poll tax. Mason
Valley. 25 19
Greenwood, Noah—U S title to 1G0 acres
land with improvement- adj. John
Farrell south, $6;>u; po.-- claim to 120
acres land adj. above land on north
and east, $220: three work horses, $110;
eight stock horse.-, $175. four cows, $*8;
eight hog-. >g7.5): wagon-. $11'; nia
chmery, $-2.50. Ma.-on Valley. 43 7*
Golden Eagle Mining Co.—Building ov
er shaft ami whim at mine west of
Silver City, about \ of a mile south
of American Kavine, $16.5. 4 £0
Ingham, Leonard—Ten a re- of land
with improvements in Smith Valley,
$155. 4 90
Krauph, Janie-—One acre of land with
dwelling house thereon adj. Mary
Hove south, $220; furniture, $27.58.
Smith Valley. 7 35
M E Church—House and lot on north
side of Leland Ave., west of \V G
Harris, Dayton, $273. 8 4"
Mount Como Mining < o.— Hoisting w'ks
machinery, etc. at Mount Com > mine
in Palmyra District, $550. ... 16 94
Munckton, Mr.-. Joseph—Brick building
and lot corner Main and i'hird streets,
$1100;dwelling house and lot on east
side of Main street adj the above on
north, ?:>s >; dwelling hnu-e and lot on
south side 2d street between Main tfc
Gay streets, $220. Silver City.... 60 02
Meyer, Henry—Vacant lot on ea * side
of Main street adj. Harris a-, ay < ill e,
Silver City, $55. 197
Martinett, E—U S title to SW., of Sec.
17, T 13, N R 25 E, eontaining 163 a re
land unimproved in Ma.-on Valley,
$339... 9 80
M Connell, John— Hou-e and lot at the
Superior mine, Mason Valley, $ll() ... 3 24
Parker, Mrs. Lucretla—Po.-s claim to 160
a. re- land with improvements, being
toe N E S of See. m, 1 14 N, K 25 E,
$550; furniture, $'5; two work hor.-es,
$.V>; two saddle hor-es, $'5: one cow,
$'-2; ten hog-. $33; two wagons, $.55;
ma hiuery, $44; one poll tax. Mu-on
Valley. 29 11
Ro-e, Antone— Sa ramento mill site In
Gold Canyon, being 7 acres of land,
$165; four poll taxes issued. 18 11
Raymond, A K—C s title to 160 acres of
land with improvements adj. Mason
it Hardin m l, # 50. Mason Valley . 16 34
Spaulding, A E—Four dwelling bouses
at Mouud House, $1100 ... 32 67
Smith, Mrs Ella J-Hotel building and
lot on ea t -ideMain street, Greenfield,
known u- Farmer- Hotel, ?*8.u; furni
ture, $ir«5; piano, $110. .Mn-on Valley. 34 31
\N aider, <' J—U S title to N 1 . of Sec. 7,
and S W of H K *4 of Sec. o, 1 14,
containing :Uil) acre-, $660. Mason
Valley. 19 60
Web-ter, I I. House and lot on west
side Main street, formerly Pioneer
mill site, $165; one poll tux. Silver
t-ity. . 9 12
Walker, J F— House and lot on 8 W cor
ner of Gay and i'hird streets, $^75; fur
niture, $55; one poll tax. Silver City. 14 f2
And von and each of you are hereby notified
that unle.'s payment .-hull be made before odd
day, the above d acribed property will be sold
.’BOMllV, JAXI .VKV !Sth, 1K«2.
at 2 o'clock r. m. to pay the aforesaid delin
quent taxes, penalties ami cn..t,' «1mj that lf»
per cent, on the amount of said taxes, ami f-j
per name for advertising, and «1 per mine tor
Auditor s certificate he toileted in addition
to the original tax; also that sa d pr perty U
subject to redemption within six month- from
the date of such .-ale by payment of nil Miid
sum.' with 3 p>r cent, per month from date of
sale until paid.
J. A. lirNTOON,
Treasurer of Lyon County, Nevada.
Layton, Deo. 14, 1SJ1.
Attorney at Law
and \olnr.v Public.
Will practice in all Courts in the State.
Office, Main Street, Dayton, Nevada. |
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