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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday. June 18, 1892. Entered at the i’ostofftce, Dayton, as second class muil matter. AI>Vi;JtTIMS\«, KATES: Legal advertising, per square of ten lines of nonpariel ...... *2 60 Each subsequent insertion...1 00 Commercial advertising, single column, per inch per niontii •• 1 ho Double column, per inch 1 Discount of lu per cent, on commercial "ads" standing three months; 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. .0.» No deviation from above prices In Memoritim Devolutions published in the Tim km will he ehurged for at the rate of ten cents per line. NEWSPAPER LAW. 1 Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary ate considered as wishing to continue tlo'ir subscription. 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TIME TABLE -OF THE CARSOM & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. l&tla, 1090, I From i" Mouml lloUhc Moinui House i STA1 CONS No. L No. 1 LtiVfl \ n i • Monad lions* 11::<0 a m 5.30 i m Layton. 12"0pm , 6:10 ru Cllftoa 12 40pm Fort Churchill 110pm ; 3 5 p M Wtbtiik* ru ^\ru Cleaver . 2220 pm 2 t" f m Max>n . 2 80pm j 2 30 p m Kio VUta 2 5pm | 2<>pM rirliurz. 32V) p M j 1225 p M Gillis 4.1.5 PM 1 1246 PM Arrives— ;Leave— Huwthoraa 5: JO pm 11 10 am Leave— Arrlves Hawthorn* 5:50 pm lid" am Kink. «d *> :>" p m i 10:80 a m Lunina 70.5 pm ! 0 255 a m New Boston 7:25 pm 9:85 a M Bod. Spring..... Rhodes. .... 8:25 pm 8j66 a m Belleville $$} r * i ®:^j . u function. U:26 p m 745 am Arrives— Leave— Candeluriu. UMH) p m 7:20 a m Leave— Arrives— No. 3. | No. 4. Belleville 8220 a m I 6225 p w Junction . . .. 8210 a m 6:1 * r m | Arrive.— Leave Basalt ... ' 9&0 AM 4 10 P M Summit.| 10220 am 3 20 pm Queen. j 1110 am 2 20 pm Benton 11:50 am 1 35 p m ilHumtill .. 1230 PM 12:40 pm Arrives Leave Bishop Creek I 1:30 pm 11210 am Leave Arrives— Bishop Creek 2:10 pm 11:00 am Alvor.l . . I 2 45 p m 10:00 a m Tibbe's. 3:.'.0 P M 1 > A M Indep.-mlenea 4 20 i m 880 a m Lone Pina > 5 1" pm 7:4" a m Swansea 6:4.5 pm 7:10 a m : • ; Keeler. j 655 p m 7:00 a m Trains 1 and 2 run dally. Train it runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days. l rain 4 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Hatur days. Pu-.-engrr trains make close connection at M'*und Mouse with express trains of Virginia and l'ru> kee Railroad, whleh t onnect at Reno with east and west bound trains of Central Pa eific Railroad. HTAbE <A\\F(TIO\N. At Hawthorne, with ('lifted states Stage Co’s coa« lies for Aurora (:’(< miles Hodle (37 miles); and for Lundy and Ilridgeport. At Lulling, (125 miles from Mound House), with Gilmer, Hullsbtiry A Co's tri weekly stages, (leaving Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days) for lUiwtieyvtlle, Grantsville and Jlel inont. At Candelaria, with United states stage Co’s ; stages for t olumbtis (H miles), Silver Peak, i Montezuma, Alidu Valley, Gold Mountain, etc. \t Keeler, with stages for ( erro Gofdro (G miles), I'arwiu (22 mile i. and Panamlnt. II. M. YKKINGTON, It. J. LAW'3, General Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent. I>. A. ItKNDKR, General Freight and Passenger Agent. Mtewnrt H ill Not Talk. Washington, Juno 14.—“I do not care to talk about it,” said Sen ator Stewart of Nevada to-day to a United Press reporter, in reference to the dispatch from Omaha that lie would probably he < looted to succeed the late Colonel l’olk as President of the National Farmers’ Alliance. “I am engaged in a big tight on sil ver here in the Senate, and 1 don’t care to engage in three or four lights. This rumor will blow over in a day or so, like other rumors about me.” You nro in a Ilml ri\. But we will cure you if you will pay us. Our message is to the weak, nervous ami dchllitii ted, who, by early evil habits, or later iudiscre thuis, have trilled away their vigor of body, mltul and manhood, and who sutler all those ettects whit It lead to premature decay, con sumption or Insanity If this means von, semi b.r and read our Book of I ifk, written bv the greatest Specialist of the dav. ami sent (sealed! fortj cents in stamps Address I»r Parker s Medical and surgical Institute, 101 North Hpruee St., Nashville, Tenn. Tlu* Police baiette Is the only Illustrated paper in the world con taining all the latest sensational and sporting news. No saloon keeper, barber or club room man can afford to be without it. it always makes friends wherever it goes. Mailed toauv address in the Pnited States, securely wrapped IS weeks for *1 •»'» ‘ ‘ Send 5 cents for sam**'.* « - franklin b., «• y0rk city. IS l( I KF M i:\TIOX. —F. G. New!ands is back in Reno. —Read Smith's l,ad” on the first page. —Doves are not very plentiful this season. —Bishop, the clothing man, was here yesterday. —Jim Downey was in from Ma son Valley this week. —The weather has now settled down to a steady heat. —Miss Peterson, of the mint, is visiting friends in Dayton. —Mrs. A. J. Dittell, of Mason Valley, is visiting friends in Dayton.! —The Candelaria mines will re sume operations on the first of next month. —John McNulty the murderer of Collins will swing in San Francisco Aug. 12th. —The Silver City school children held their picnic at Horse Shoe Lake yesterday. —The fruit crop around Genoa will be very light, except the straw berry crop. —Hugh Brady, the stage man of Mason Valley, was among us on business Thursday. — Rev. Samuel Fogg, of Green field, was circulating among Day ton friends this week. —The Sutro and Dayton schools picnic will be held at Horseshoe Lake next Thursday, the 23d. —Read Fourth of July “ad” on second page and get posted on what is to be done that day in Dayton. —Misses May Scott and Addie Brooks left Thursday evening last to visit friends and relatives in Sacramento. —The river has fallen considera bly this week, but will probably rise again now that warm weather has set in for gix>d. —To kill the gophers cut up car rots to the size of beans, soak them in water, sugar and strychnine. Carrots are the favorite food of the pests. —Candidates for office are al ready announcing themselves in | fnyo county. The offices of Sheriff and Clerk seem to be the main at traction. —Mrs. M. L. Jaqua and daughter Nellie left last Thursday evening for San Francisco, where the latter goes as a delegate to the Young Ladies Institute. —A reward of I is offered for j the apprehension of Frank Ravada, ! the man who killed Leahy in Mono j county last week, lie is thought | to he in hiding about liishop. [ —The dredge has been running | regularly this week and showing j some rich snlphurets. The amalga mator is also showing that it is j catching considerable quicksilver and amalgam. —Ityron Gates sold his stallion, “Bat Reddy,’’ last week to the Ben nett Bros., of Silver City. We un derstand he got #SOO for him. The horse will be taken to California and put in training. —There are some French letters and some lottery tickets in our pos session which were picked up across the river and delivered here by an honest Piute yesterday. They will he delivered to the owner upon his calling for them. —Someone attempted to steal a horse from George Barton’s corral Thursday night, hut was scared away bv the dog. The fellow tied a silk liandki rebeif about the mare's neck to h ad her, but had to get away without taking it with him. —There are several parties of railroad surveyors in Nevada at this time representing different enter prises. The general impression in New York is that the independent line to l>e pushed from San Francis co to Salt Lake will be a success. — Hilly Aid, returned this morn ing from his trip to San Francisco. The 1‘iek handles greeted hitn at the depot with the brass band. Hilly says things are very dull in Cali fornia and that jobs are not at all plentiful. He had rather take his chances in Nevada. ISueUtru'* Arnica Naive. The Best Salve in tin* world (orCuts, Bruises, Uore.s. I'll'crs, Suit Kheuin, Fever Sores, Tetter, chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and ull skin Eruptions, and positively cures Files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Flaws. i«** at Nufro. Mr. Theodore Sutro, President of die Comstock Tunnel Company, is here from New York. He is quite hopeful that something will be done at Sutro in the near future. The company has a good mill site and water power on the river, and Mr. Sutro is very anxious to have a mill built there and start the work of bringing ore through the tunnel to be worked. Mr. Flood is expect ed to be on the Comstock in a few days to look into the advisability of such a scheme. What will be the result of their deliberations can hardly be predicted. The low price of silver does not make it encour aging for capital to invest in min ing enterprises in this State. Mr. Sutro says he thinks the tunnel will ultimately be pushed through to the other side of the mountain. The <i»|)licr Pewt. The Italians on the Roger ranch on the Carson river below Dayton, brought np 9,300 gopher scalps, last Wednesday, and filed a claim of $139.50 against the county, being a cent and a half a scalp, bounty. Other parties have also brought in several thousand scalps and filed claims against the county. There is a diflerance of opinion as to whether the pestiferous animals are gophers or squrrels, and there is some doubt about the bounty being allowed. According to Web ster the animals come nearer being gophers than anything else. In the mean time the grain, alfalfa and i vegetable crops are being rapidly destroyed all over the county by the pests, notwithstanding the fact that the soaking rain of last Sun day and Monday drowned thous ands of them. < - ' Butte, (Mont.) June 16.—The People’s Party State Convention adopted a platform. They favor the free coinage of silver; the elec i tion of President and United States Senators by popular vote; restric tion of immigration; it demands j the forfeiture of the Northern Pacific land grant in Montana for failure j to construct within the specified lime; asks the government to main tain irrigation reservoirs; provide banks for the people free from the control of monopolies. The dele gates to the Omaha convention were selected. Wra. Kennedy of Boul der was nominated for Governor: Harvey Cullom of Butte for Lieu tenant-Governor and Colonel Ed wards of Bozeman for mem be Leave fcUate fatten* Out. v The Silver Convention, which is 1 to meet at Reno on the 24th, next Friday, should leave all questions ! hut that of nominating three presi dential electors, alone. Free coin age is what we want. The leagues are not to meet for the purpose of assisting any candidates for Con gress, or State offices. Let the Con , vention bear this in mind. Make no mistakes by endorsing anybody | for these positions, or many of the league members will not endorse : our cause on election day. Rat»! When the California delegates to the Democratic Convention passed Reno the other night many people greeted them at the depot. Several of the delegates made short talks, and assured the Nevadans that they proposed to put up a man who would lead the party to victory. They were asked who it was, and the reply was, Cleveland. Then there was a prolonged howl of “Rats.” Give us a free coinage man. Win;! Ntrouiger Proof Is needed of the merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla than the hundred' of letters continually com* I in# in telling of marvelous cures it ha.'effected ! after all other remedies hud Called? ir.tiy. flood'.' Sarsaparilla possesses peculiar curative power unknown to other medicine.*. HoimI'n PHIw cure constipation by restor ing me peristaltic action of the alimentary ca- | nul. t hey are the best iatnily eatbarlie. A Third I'upty Victory. Corsicana, Tex., June l(i.—The latest returns make probable the election of I. N. Barber, tho Third thirty candidate, to Roger Q. Mills vacant seat, over Judge K. L. An thony, the Democrat. For Over Fifty Yea A. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty vears by millions of mother* t»• r their children while teething, with perfect sue cims It soothes the child, softens the gums allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by urugglats in everv part of the world. 2?> cents a bottle. Ue sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow’* Soothing *yr up," and take no other kind. A Fatal Accident. A sad and fatal accident occurred in Daney Canyon last Sunday af ternoon whereby Fred School, of Silver City, lost his life. He and Jim Powning had been out hunting during the day, and when near Gepsey’s ranch in Daney Canyon, Scheel, in attempting to get out of the cart in a hurry with his gun, to shoot a rabbit, in some way caused the explosion of the weapon, the charge of shot striking him just above the pit of the stomach and killing him almost instantly. His remains were taken to his home in Silver City by Mr. Gepsey. A cor oner’s inquest was held, and it was found that death was caused purely by accident. Deceased was a native of Virginia City, aged 20 years. His funeral took place from St Paul’s church in that city last Tuesday, and was largely attended, by friends. Deceased leaves a mother and brother in Silver City. A tteriouM ChHi'KP. Henry Collier, who has been liv ing in Gold Canyon, above Silver City, for some time past, was arrest ed last Saturday night on a charge of rape. J. C. Caldwell is the man who had Collier arrested, and it is his daughter Bessie, a simple-mind ed, crippled girl. 15 years old, upon whom the crime was committed. She is enceiente, and has been in that condition for the past five months. The people who know all parties are divided in opinion as to whether it was Collier or Caldwell who caused the girl’s ruin. The matter will probably be sifted to the bottom, and whoever the guilty par ty is he should be tarred and feath ered and run out of the country, if any way he should escape the State prison. What Ore at Wen Have Maid. Alexander Hamilton: To annul! the use of either of the metals as money is to abridge the quantity of j circulating medium, and is liable to all the objections which arise from a comparison of the benefits of a full with the evils of a scanty cir culation. (1791.) Thos. Jefferson endorsed this view, saying: I return you the re port on the mint. I concur with you that the mint must stand on both metals. (1792.) M. Ronland, Gov. Bank of France, said: The two moneys have actu ally coexisted since the origin of human society. They coexist be cause the two together are necessary, by their quantity, to meet the needs of circulation. Accomm the Deep, to the Far Went. On steamboats, cars ami stage coaches, Hostet ler's Stomach Bitters is carried as the most im portant item in the materia niedica of thetrav i cling public. It deprives vitiated, bra* kish ' water of its hurtful properties and execrable ! llavor, counteracts the pernicious effects upon j the stomach of bail or indigestible food, reme dies cramps, heartburn and wind upon tl e 1 stomach. It is a fine de‘en»e against malarial i disorders, nullifie.- the efle» ts of excessive heat, j cold and dauir*, relieves sick headaches, and is i an incomparable cure lor co.-tivene>> and bil iousness. The fatigue of travel often tells most di astrously upon invalids and convalescents, occasionally to such an extnnt as to jeopardize life. Persons in feeble health, apprehensive of had efforts from travel, will, it provided with the Bitters, be fiW less likely to have their fears realized. Tlie Tar UnckH at Amadee. A young man, supposed to be from Reno, made bis appearance at Amadee a few days ago in company with a young woman, also supposed to bail from Reno, and took her to house of ill fame. The youthful appearance of the girl caused the ire of the good people of Amadee to rise, and they drove the young hoodlum out of town, followed by bottles, crockery and clubs. The tur bucket awaits him should he return to Amadee. man I'raiirlttcu Meal TiarkTf, The following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers in San Francisco: Bkkv— Firpt quality, 7;«s71second quality, ;t>)„r; third quality, .>> .. .^ it* y* TV Vkal—quotable at t b.v for large and 6<$8c ^ ft> for small. Mutton—Quotable at %-Mlc «* tv I,amr—Fall, 1 ; Spring, 1 > <><, lSe ^ lt» Fork—Live hng>, on foot, grain ted, heavy, •Kqj-Fv. dressed hogs, 71/,080 «* tt>. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report. I Baking jBHMI Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Jay I*rayer. Our fatlier who art in England, Rothschild be thy name; thy finan cial kingdom come to America; thy will be done in the United States as it is in England; give us this day our bonds in gold, but no silver; give us plenty of laboring men’s votes to keep monopoly in power, and it's friends in office; we know, our father, that we have done many things that were wrong; we have robbed the honest poor and brought distress to many a door, yet we know it was wrong to refund the bonds and make them payable in coin; we know it was wrong to de monetize silver; we know it was wrong to water our railroad stock, but thou knowest we made money thereby. Now, our father, thou knowest we are above polities; it is the same to us whether Democrats or Republicans rule, for thou know est we are able to sway all political jobs in our favor. Lead us not into the way of the strikers, but deliver us from the hands of the insane Knights of Labor and the People’s party; thus shall we have the king dom, bonds, power and gold until the republic shall end. Amen.—Ex. Olii SttnN, i‘robui*ly. The two men, Clifford and Bow ers, who were caught below here last week with a stolen horse they had brought over from California, may prove to be valuably prison ers. Since deputy Sheriff Burnham landed them in Sacramento it has been learned that the roan horse and the cart they were traveling with was stolen by them at Stock ton. The Sacramento Union also says that Wells, Fargo it Co’s de tective. Hume, believes that Clif ford is one of the men that were engaged in a train robbery in Kan sas some months ago, and for the capture of whom there is good sized reward. »t©i>. Reward #100. ! The reader- of the Times will be pleased to j learn that then* i> at lee t one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its j stapes, and that is catarrh. Hail’s Catarrh c ure i- the only positive cure now known to 1 the n>edieul fraternity. Catarrh being u con stitutional di-ease, r’^onires a constitutional treat.:ieut. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally. acting directly upon the blood and uni t-urn surfaces < : the sy> t in, thereby destroying li u oi i i. i • ill sea -. ana givii g the j patient strength by building up the constitu tion and H.-.-istii e nature in doing its work, j I he proprietors liuve .<> much faith in its eura i tive powers, that they •.:■% r One Hundred Dol , bu> i« r any ca-ethat itTuilsto cure. Seud for list of testimonials Addre-s. F. .1. CHENEY ti CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 7 e. j Nilver League SSertins. \S There will be a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Lyon Couii rt House to-night. Business of im portance is to be transacted, and a full attendance is desired. Steps | will be taken in the matter of send ing delegates to the State Conven tion which is to be held in Reno on the 24th, next Friday. <'«>nMiioiption i'ureil. An old physician, rt tired from practice, hav ing had phi i iu hi.s ha ids by an Kav. India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure oi consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma ami all threat and lung nt.ectn ns, also a positive mid radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, tiller having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousand* of cases, has fell it his uoty to make it known to his fellow 'Utterer-i. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suifering. I will send free of charge, to ail who desire it, this re< ipe, in German, IV nob or Kt.glish, with mil directions for preparing and using. Sent by - iall b . a ! li ■: i : w ith ' lamp. ? a.ning This paper. V. A. JSoVi: , s' u Poire,'*' Pluck, Hot bet ter, A. V. \o fr'drs on Vciuh. Whitt - the mi.Iter with Texas: At the Inst presidential election it east 202,000 votes. Now 180,000 voters have joined the new party. There is a solid South—solid for free coinage.—Mining Industry. D" PRICE'S Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard. Truthfully Said. An exchange pays no one should get mad because a newspaper pub lisher duns him for money. A dun is not an impeachment of a sub scriber's integrity but simply an outcropping of the editor’s necessity. For instance a thousand men owe a man from one to ten dollars. He has to dun them to get the money to pay his expenses. Instead of getting mad because the editor asks him for his honest dues, the sub scriber should thank the editor for waiting so patiently and pay him like a gentleman. Ntrengtli and Health. If you are uot feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If lagrippe has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, greatly aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with sick head ache you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will con vince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c at Flaws. The Excelsior Sprayer. Mrs. M. L. Jaqua, of this place, desires to notify the public that she is agent for the Excelsior Spraying Outfits, which are used for destroy ing insects that infest fruit trees, vines, etc. The machine can also be used for sprinkling laws, wash ing windows, etc. It is a very han dy apparatus and Mrs. Jaqua will be pleased to show it to any one who may call at her residence on Pike street. Dyspepsia Makes the lives < f many people miserable, and often leads to self-destruction. Distress after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, “all gone* feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and irregu larity of the bowels, are □ l3tr633 some of the more common Af4©r symptoms. Dyspepsia does P A. , not got well of itself. It !c.t«ting requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy like Hood’s Sarsa parilla, which acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones the stomach and other organs, regulates the digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus Siclt overcoming the local symp- ^ . . toms removes the sympa- MO3ClflCh0 thetic effects of the disease, banishes the headache, and refreshes the tired mind. “ I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I bad but little appetite, and what I did eat ■ distressed me, or did mo neaiI" little good. In an hour bum after eating I w’ould expo rieneo a faintness, or tired, all-gono feeling as though I had not eaten anything. My trour ble, I think, wmaggravated by my business, which is llpC'of a painter, and from being more or/f^s shut up in a Sour roonijmh fresh paint. Last - - gndlig I took Hood's Sarsar StOmacn jnl.i — took three bottles. It did mo an /immense amount of good. It gave mo an ' appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced.” George A. Page, Watertown, Mass. Hood’s Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. |1; six for $5. Prepared only by C. i. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mail. IOO Doses One Dollar D. W. p$OH, D. D. S. DENTIST, RENO, - NEVADA. Graduate of Hit* College of I>entl»tP|f, ( nivei'Nlty of California Formerly with and successor to Dr. Mayo a Greenlaw. Parlors in Powninf building, Virginia street. Oilice hours fro® y a. m. to 5 r. m. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extrao tlon of teeth. All operations in dentistry skill fully performed and satisfaction guaranteed. W. E. F. DEAL, ATTORNEY AT : , orncK: i Hank of California Kulldlncr* Virginia City. Nevada. Notice for Publication. Land On ice at Carhon City, New. 1 May 13th. 1892. ♦ Notice is hereby Riven that the following named settler ha» filed noli e of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, ‘ind 'hat said proof will he made before th# He*Uter and Receiver at »'arson City, Nevada, »n the Jd day of July, 1S’.<2, vis: Charles T. lartin, Homestead Application No. 438, forth# V»v of .s\V'4 See, io. and t\C. of NW>4 Sec. 15. p. 13 N, R K. M !» M. He names the follow iir witnesses to prove his continuous re.sl* lence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: harh l toss. Charles Snyder. Morris Purse A mil lb maid Reyniers. alt of Mason Valle*, Nevada. O. 11. GALLl'P, Register. May 21. 1892.