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Sah rday.March 1 1892. Kutrred atilie Pobtofflce, Dayton, as second chi- - mail matter. a i> v i: a t i»i * «- It at *.n: Legal advertising, per square of ten lines <»f nonpariei . I 2 50 En li suo-e jnent insertion. 1 tHJ Commercial advertising, single column, per Inch per mouth.. ... ... . 1 f_K) Jumble column, per inch. 1 •»'» Hi., .Mint of iU per . ent. on « omrnercial "ads standing three months; 25 pc.- cent, on "ad» standing -ix months. 40 per cent, on "ads standing one year. Lo a) notices, per line of nonpariei,4 first insertion I 1° Eh 1 >uhs€*'|aent insertion, per line.05 No deviation from above prices. M.WPAPEJi LAW. 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The p. si m a.tier >• ho Ur lefts to (fire the legal notice of the iicyhct Ij O Jii. i Ii te (U e JO III the oh Jio ih ii - r .jiUj i C udtii cs* d to h in is liable tv the publisher Jor the subset ij> ion price. 'X’^VJOXjXJ CA .SON & CCLCRAGO R. R. -TAK1NO EFFECT I^TOV. 16tllf 1890. STATIONS. Mound JlouitJ No 1. Nlouud Houte No. 2. Mound House. I my ton. <’li.ton . 1ort « hurehill Wahujka . Mu. n . Kio Vl,>ta. eii hur*. Citllia . Hawthorne Hawthorne. Klhk.ad I New Host mi Hodtt Springa... Khodes. Belleville. I unction. Candelaria. Belleville . J mu lion. Basalt . Summit. Benton . Htt.nmill — Bishop Crei k Bishop ('reek Alvord .. Tibbets. Independence I.one i’ine Swansea. Keeler . 11:30 a 12 «0 F l.:40 f 1:10 V . 20 • M . 30 I* M 1 . 5 4* M 8H M 1 1:15 PM I Arri\#»* | r v 7:05 »• M yo.i . : I • • | 1 1< SM F M No. 3. 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At Lulling, ll2.< mile- Imm Mound Home), with <illn.tr, Sill, bury I’m - triweekly >»a f .(havin': Monday . \Vedne.-day - and Fri day.-1 tor Downeyville, (iranC-ville and Hoi uiont. At Candelaria. with I'nlted state- Stage Co'b ►tin.. -, for « i.lmnt.'iN (h mile*), Silver Leak. Montezuma, Allda '’alley, <iold Mountain, etr. At Keeler, with »tai*e- for (’erro (iordro ((’> miltu), I'arwin (22 mile-), and Fanmniut. H. M. YKl.IN'ilOS. K. J. LAWS, (lei.eial Superintendent. A- -I *taut Superl • rminor. I*. I.FNDKK, (ietieral Freight ami 1*h.v enger Agent. Tl»ur»uhs;t»r«*<t g lallioti. The thoroughbred trotting stall ion Ned Gifford, owned by M. \\. Gifford, of Oakland, has been brought to Nevada by his owner, an I is now standing at Mason Val ley. l’he stallion is one of the most noted of breeding hors s, being half brother to Direct, the fastest pacer in the world, with n record of 2:0(j. lie has been brought to Nevada at con sidera! le expense, and owners of horse who want to breed good stock shoul 1 t ike advantage of ids pres ence. I le is in charge of his man ager, F. 1C. Mariner, who can be comm mi’.ited with for business purp >808. Von nr** in n liuil Tlx, lint wo will mire you if yon will imv ng. our " '' Ul'' »!■ ■ k. tim'im. 1,0,1 ilnhllitu r J"; Yaffil ev‘l li ibll . o, laterlwll, re 'i'J ai tri l,v| »»■»'• ilH,lr via ,r o( I,tulv, ! , "S'"" 1,11,1 « " Miller nil tli<> e , - Will h luiul 1,, i,rtoiuuurt‘ ilretiv, , on Ml in fit inn or f 11 'll 1111 v I, nu, ... v„’ f.u 1,0,1 r,-Ml our Hook or wHiten t v ?.r?- U1 "'"I -O.ltlMOll.il, V , VMro • in I'nrUor 2 "o'1 . "'•rulCftl 11,.oil,,1,1. 15, Xort„ opruoe J?t., Na.aville, u«nn. or «»\ i*r HI' \ 1 cnrn Mr*. Window.- Sonthliur yrup hn.*. been used for iivrr lily yt.Mr„ by in limit* of ,or th. h w lie to »iln«. with perf« el > ie <•(•«> If *oothe» the « hlld. H»ften> the K,llUs allrtv a.l |m ", 11 r«»* wind <di.. and is the he*t for 'JUrr' ifu. Ii will relieve the poor 11 '""tiled <1 ely. »1«1 t»y dnuroUt> In fMTv part of the w .rid. •J.o.ni, a hoitle. Ip. ► •ue nod a>k for “Mr,. Window’a tfoothiugUyr •up, uud tuke no other kiud. b 9 BIUKF MFATIOM. —Car.son River ia rising gradu ally. —August Depoali’s 7-year-old daughter is seriously ill. —A new water-wheel for the Douglass mill is at the depot. —M. Cohn, the Carson Valley rancher, was in town yesterday. —J. H. Rae left for San Francisco last night on a flying business trip.! Happy and content is a home with “ The Ro chester, a lamp With the light of the morr.ir Catalogues,write Rochester LampCo.,NewVoia —Eugene Pierini has his new cottage on Main street nearly com pleted. —Mrs. Kate Smith, of Smith Valley, was in town yesterday on business. —A number of K. of P. folas went to Carson Thursday night from this place. —Mbs Rosie RafTetta, of Carson, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Pierini, of this place. —J. L. Campbell still continues to improve in health and will soon be out of the house. — Messrs. Josephs anti McCabe, of Carson were over Thursday even ing, on Odd Fellow work. —Win. Kean has entirely recov ered from ids attack of pneumonia and is again around on the streets. — Bvron Gates has fresh eggs for sale at ‘25cts. a dozen. Also thor ough -bred brown leghorn eggs at •, 1 per setting of thirteen. * —Fred Mitchell left last Wed nesday for San Francisco, from which place he will soon go to Ore gon or Washington. —Mrs. Rose lliley, of San Fran cisco, died at that place on the 1st inst. She was a sister of Mrs. C. F. Brant, of this place. — Louis Donati was taken to Hot Springs near Genoa last Sunday, lie is suffering with rheumatism and partial paraly is of the lower limbs. —Ed Menante hid a severe at tack of pneumonia the fust of this week and his mother is now taking care of him at John Devencenzi’s home on the ranch. —Several of our exchanges are complaining of not getting the Timks. It is sent to every paper in the State, and it is probably the fault of some postal clerk. —lion. Pat Reddy has been re tained to defend Martin Rrazzano vicli, for tlie killing of Win. Rob son, at Sodaville lust month. The trial will take place in April. —A party of Knights of Pythi as went from this place to Carson Thursday night. Ninety visiting i Knights from Virginia were on hand. All had a sociable time. —The jury in the case of the j Indian Queen vs. the Poorman, at Hawthorne, decided in favor of the Indian Queen Tuesday. The dam j age assessed against defendants i was $1. — I'he weather is fixing for a | storm, and it may be expected that : March will “go out like a lion.” : hast n ght it rained and snowed jSoni'' and to-day bids fair to be pleasant. There is more storm coming, though. Tilt* All the connections of machinery being made on the dredge, steam was gotten up Thurs lay, to see that all joints were tight and everything in proper shape. The entire ma chinery was put in motion and worked admirably. The big pump throws a tremendous stream of water. A force of carpenters is now employed in building the sluices, and it is believed they will he ready next week. The Superintendent will probably make a start of the entire plant just as soon as the sluices are completed. Nan I1'rntM*}*<*<» iUem Uarket, The following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers in Hail Francisco: l;n:r -i-ira qualitv. 7u7>r- second quality, : mini lualiiy, ,r o tie \ i ai. quotable m o/^7c 1 <»r largo andOw*Se It) for .--mull Ju tton -Quotable at 9(n;llc ^ tt*. l.t'i- lull, iii«vrjc ; spring, 1 > iSc ^ tb I*'UK l.ivo luueh, on toot, gialu ied, heavy, »<v I"***-; droned hog*, 7ta'y>s. |b. Tlu»t 1'ired I'oellnx k often the forerunner of »er>ou» illnows, whl h nuiv hr lu> km nj. if a good touio like Hood mu npaiilta In Ink. i in « mu. i |,i., uu-.ij |,u. iuvl oriiie- the k duey-, m d liver to re e thy wh.-io from the ,iy.-feiu, purifle* the blood ami liui!d-» up the tretigth < ou-.ti| at ion in - mi t d hy lo>s of the pork tttlti. U lion of the ho\\el-. Hood > |»il]B i0 ►tore this action and invigorate the liver. Court Calendar. There are quite a number of eases on the District Court docket, and there may lie a lively session of Court when it meets, which will probably be soon. Following are the cases: In case of Joseph Brieot vs. A. McLeod, demurrer and answer filed. In case of Jas. A. Gardner vs. Mrs. Mary I lo ve, demurrer filed. In the case of A. McLeod vs. J. Brieot, answer filed. In the matter of the estate of Marco Depoali, a minor, order fix ing time for hearing return of sale made. In the matter of the estate of E. \V. Bennett, deceased, order made appointing day for settlement of account and directing notice to be given._ lllew I'p tlie Cabin. Frank Blare and his brother were out to Delaware District some weeks ago prospecting, and while there Frank came near meeting his death. He had prepared supper, and, at the same time put several sticks of giant powder in the oven to thaw o it. lie went to where his brother was working, a short distance from the cabin, to call him to supper, and had preceded only a few rods from the cabin when the powder in the stove exploded and blew the premises to smithereens. None of the flying debris struck Blare, and the next day the boys packed up what effects they had left and vamosed the ranch. A Strike in Trnrkre. J. E. Gndden, a brakeman, found specimens of quartz-bearing free gold five miles up theTruckee river Tuesday. There is considerable ex oitemrnt in Truekee over the find, for it is in the direction of the old mining town of Knoxville, which formerly numbered hundreds of in habitants. In early days it was known that a ledge existed, but it could not lie found. Gudden and his friends have located claims. I'lncor Minin£ The King Bros, are putting in some new sluices on their ground in (lol l Canyon below Silva r City, and will soon be busily engaged in j taking out gold. They have some j very tine ground that prospects very rich, and will also work out the ground at the old Atlanta mill site. Gold Canyon has been placer mined for 30 years, and still it contains gold enough to afford many men good wages when they work. Tl»«» t'r«*&merie(9. All the machinery for the large creamery in Mason Valley passed through here the first of the week, and it is calculated that it will he set up and in running order by the mi h ie of next month. The lower creamery, which is a smaller one, also has the machinery on the ground, we understand, and will he ready for business in a couple of weeks. Hom'n TIiIm! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for an\ eu . Catarrh that cannot be eured by taking Hail s Ca’arrh Cure i .1 CilKNKV .k CO.. Props , Toledo, O. We, the under, igned, have known F. J (’he ne\ for the la.- l*» year . a-d believe him per ecMy honorable in all bu.-ine-s transaction.*, ai:d tlna c all) able lo carry out any obligation made by their firm. WhM A IKI'AX, Whole ale I>rugglsts,Toledo, Ohio. \\ XLDlNti KINS \ N St MAKV1N, Whole ale luueirists, foled<\ Ohio. Hall >catarrh ( ure i> taken internally, act ing directly up on tie blood and mu ou» Mir !nce> of thcM -tciii. PrL e 7.»e. per bottle. All druggists bell it. __ I’otatw it II If OHM. There need he no fear of an over production of potatoes now since it has been found that by treating the substance of the potato with certain acids, and then subjecting it to a great pressure, there is obtained a material almost like stone, which can be employed for many of the purposes to which horn and bone have been u«ed. \ Little (airI'm I'.xiicrifiico In n Liglit Iioumiv Mr. an<l Mr*. Loren Treseott are keepers of ib.i* governnnnt lightInci'C at >»and J.ea. h. Mich , anti are bio cd with a daughter four year.-old l a i April she was taken with the mt*H lo. ollowed by n drertd ul cough, and turning inioa lever. Doctors »»» home and a’ 1 ’etroil treated her, but in vain, she grew w i t- rapidlv, until she was h mere "handful f bone.-. — Mum tried Dr. King's New I'iie tvery mid a.ter the H>e of two ami h half I* ttles wu.- completely cured. I hey ,-«y Hr King's New Discovery U worth it.-, weight in go.d, yet y. u may get a trial bottle free at 1. J. A. Flaws. Mr(*li|tUi nn«l Health. If you art* not feeling strong and healthy, try I ..c-rir Hitters, li l a (irif*i»o ha* left y*ui weak and weary, use Kleetri liitters This remedy acts directly on the Liver, Stoma h ami Kulnev.-, ireii'ly ah|Iny those organsto perform 1 their fitn* tintis’. It" v-m arc afflicted with Blek ! II * tula lu‘, ymi will fit ul speed> and permanent ; re; e. hv takintr Kleetri. Hitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you ueed. Large bottles only 50c at Flaws. 1 A Good l*okor Flayer. The Sacramento Bee commenting on the Truckee Republican deal, nays: The Truckee Republican lias again changed hands, this time H. A. Mason retiring to give way to C. F. McGlashan. We trust that this was a true journalistic exchange of the wherewithal for the what, and that it was not the outward result of an inside poker game. We do remember that many a time and oft McGlashan had been in and out of the Republican, and that it has made a convenient pile in the pot at more than one festive sitting to the na tional game. On one occasion Mc Glashan is said to have sold it for cash, and to have won it back short ly afterwards at a poker game. Very few journrlists in Califrrnia are so versatile as is McGlashan. He writes well, he talks better, but lie plays poker best. •nrn. Jl. r. .ilrKiiin of Virginia C itj U inn. San Francisco, March 17.—The contest of the will of Joshua Hendy was dismissed this morning hy Judge Coffey with consent of the contestant, Mrs. Josephine Green. What the terms of the compromise are counsel and parties refuse to divulge; but the inference is that Mrs. Green gave up the fight in con sideration of a sum amounting to $20,000. I5y the terms of the will Mrs. Green, who was a niece of Hendy, was made the principal legatee, hut a codicil substituted another niece, Mrs. M. F. McGnrn, as the principal legatee. The estate is variously estimated in value at from $700,000 to $1,000,000. hi:orn. About 20,000 head of sheep have been shorn in the past two weeks at Clifton, this county. The hulk of these sheep belonged to Mills and Fransen. Mills also drove a hand of 3,000 sheep through here Wednesday which will be shorn at Steamboat Springs. There is a law against shearing sheep within town limits in this Slate, and hut for the sensitiveness of the olfactory nerves of a Daytonite who lives in close proximity to the slaughter-house a large number of sheep would have been shorn there and considerable money left in the town by the sheep barbers. K«1J Out. J. R. Hougham, has sold his in terest in the Hougham & Newman ranch, on the Carson river below Dayton, to A. J. and Jim Newman, and we are informed will move to Utah with his family soon. The purchase price for the half interest is understood to he $3,000. Uncle ltiley has many friends who will be sorry to see him pull up and leave the State after having resided here so long, hut they all wish him suc cess wherever lie may locate. Tnlii'ii fni’ a 4'rank. A semi fiendssh delight often seems to pos se.ss people of strong nerves in sneering at those with week one*. The irritability of the nervous hypo hondria is ridi nled hs natural ill temper. The verv genuine and distressing svnipioins from which he sutlers are made light of. “He,” «*r “she is a < rank!" is the rheerful sort of sympathy with which the ner vous invalid meets from the unfeeling and the thoughtless. At the same time no complaint is more defined and real, none ha> a more easily explainable origin when it is chronic, Imput ed dige tiou a"d assimilation are always h - eompaiiied by nervous debility ami anxiety. Iluild up tlie powers of assimilation and d ges tion with Hostetter’s Stomach Hitters, and nervous symptom . sick heada lies, and a gen • rally fertile « ondition of the system are reme died. Ketnembcr that fearful ravages are pro dueed by la grippe among weakly, nervous people. Hostetler’s Stomai h Hitters cures it. and prevents malaria, rheumatism and kidney comp uint. Ilnntl Injured. I ran }’ Randall tore a finger on liia right hand to the bone on a meat hook this week. He was hanging by his toes to a bar, in front of Cgniphell’s shop, and in trying to raise hinisi If he caught his hand on the hook with the above result. He will carry his injured member in a sling for a couple of weeks. 4'miNtint|)i ion Cuml, An old nhysi. ian, r«*iir***l from pra tire, htiv Inif had placed in hU hands l»y an Hast India mi sinnary the formula of a .simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure 01 consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma ami all throat ami lung affection*, also a positive Mini radi al cure for nervous debility and all nervous eompluints, alter having tested it.' wonderful • urativc powers in thousands of eases, has fell it his duty to make it known to his fellow stil't rer«. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve hutmtn suffering, 1 will send free of > harg< . t<> all who desire it, this recipe, in tiermau, French or Kngllsh, with full dire lions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by a 1 Ire. ing with stamp, naming tills paper. W. A. Noyes, sto Pou'fnr Block, tioefu* ter, &, Y._ The Beef Market. The beef market is a little shade softer, owing to the warm rain in California Wednesday, hut it is but temporary, and feeders can rest easily in the knowledge that the market will remain firm until the let of May anyway. UAKlXtt POH DEK in the \>w York LpsixIaluro. The following taken from ‘‘The Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter,” re fers to a new hill just introduced in the legislature of New York State: “The latest development in the baking pow der war, is the introduction of a hill in the Legislature of this s ate, requiring all packages of baking powder which contain ammonia, to j he branded w.th a .>tatcuieat of that fact in large type on the label. Now while the ammonia contention is on, why cannot the law give the public the benefit of the doubt? Wholly nnprejudi ed pet-pie arc certainly not willing to bed used with the siib stan> e a knowledges! a- a poison, simply be cause scientist', some of whom are not even physiologists, di aeree as to its potency.” A similar bill was introduced last April hut it is shrewdly surmised that the influence of interested par ties prevented its passage. The pro visions of the present bill are so just that it probably will soon be come a law. J his will be welcome news to the manufacturers of pure Cream of Tartar baking powder, the most prominent of whom is the Price Baking Powder Co. of Chicago and St. Louis, makers of Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder, who have always made a strictly pure Cream of Tartar powder, notwithstanding the temptations of adulterations suggested by the enormous profits realized by a large New York con cern which uses ammonia, and ad vertises its powder as strictly pure, by means of garbled official reports and certificates signed by its own employees, dubbed professor, doctor or government chemist, as fancy may dictate. A bill compelling alum powders to lie conspicuously labelled as sueli already exists in Minnesota and it is to be hoped in the interest of the consumer that similar laws will soon be enacted in other states, for ammonia as well as alum. The following powders known to contain either ammonia or alum or both, will be affected by the pro posed legislation: Royal, Pearl, Calumet, Chicago Yeast, Forest City, One Spoon, ( Tay lor's), Bon Bon, Kenton, Echo, Snow Puff, Unrivalled, Yarnall’s One Spoon, Shephard's Economical, Cly mnx, Croim, Hercules, Monarch, New Era, Snow Ball. A Pork I'arkiiie i:Ktuhli»liniont. Carson Valley is to have a pork packing establishment, a dozen or i ere of Douglas county’s promi nent men having formed a company to estab ish and carry on the indus try. This is an industry that the Times has urged the farmers of this county to establish for many years. We believe there is money in it, and would like to see our home people get in on the proposit ion before outsiders get in and take the cream of the business. For Male. Twelve or fourteen head of No. 1 work horses with harness, striteh ers and everything complete and ready to hitch up; two quartz wag ons and two wood wagons, all in good condition; also six pack mules with saddles, pads and hooks com plete and ready for use. For infor mation and terms call or address 1). 1*. Randall, Dayton, Nevada. Complete title to above described property given by I). P. Randall. The Poller kaiftle Is the only illustrated paper in the world con taining all the latest sensational ami sporting n* \v>. No saloon keeper, barber or club *oom man can afford to be without it. It always makes iriemls wherever it goes. Mailed to any address in the 1'nited States, securely wrapped l;t works for Jl 2’* Send 5 cents lor sample copy. 3CI<ll.\Kl> 14. FOX. Franklin Square, New York CUy. A VALUABLE PPEKI. A Year's Subscription to a Pop ular Agricultural Paper Given Free to Our Readers. By a special arrangement with the publishers we are prepared to furnish FREE to each of our read ers a year’s subscription to the pop ular monthly agricultural journal, the American Farmer, published at Springfield and Cleveland, O. This oiler is made to all of our subscribers who will pay up all arrears on subscription to January 1st, 18i>2, and to any new subscrib ers who will pay one year in ad vance. The American Farmer enjoys a large national circulation, and ranks among the leading agri cultural papers. By this arrangement it COSTS YOU NOTHINCj to receive the American Farmer for one year. It will he to your advantage to call promptly. Kits I’rlee Srt On n Horne. The Breeder and Sportsman states that last week G. Valensia refused $100,000 for liis great stallion Sid ney, 2:19]. This is next to the price paid for Arion, the largest sum ever refused for a California sire. Sidney is one of the wonderful stallions in the country, and his get are in great demand. Though only eleven years old, he has produced twenty horses in the list, three of them holding the championship of the world— namely: Frou Frou, the champion trotting yearling, with a record of 2:25]; Fausta, the champion pacing yearling, with a notch of 2:22], and Gold Leaf, the champion four-year old pacer, with a record of 2:11]. H.is owner says that at present money cannot buy him. Knolileii's Arnica Naive. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, deers. Suit Khcum, Fever Sores. Tetter, i 'hupped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Eruj.’i.i.is. and positively cures Files, or no pay required. It i.- •-•un ran teed to give perfect »ati'-» fa lion, or money re unded. Price 25 cents per box. For >aie by Flaws. WHAT IS 3COOFULA It Is that impurity in the blood, which, ac cumulating in the glands of the neck, pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which eau-,:s painful running sores on the arms, legs, or feet; which dcvelopes ulcers in the ey s, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which is the origin of pimples, can cerous growths, or the many other manifesta tions usually ascribed to “humors;” which, fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption and death. Being the most ancient, it is the most general of all diseases or affections, for very few persons are entirely free from it. Tee" CURED By taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which, by the remarkable cures it has accomplished* often when other medicines have failed, has proven itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. Some of tbesn cures are really wonderful. 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