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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
DAYTON, - - - NEVADA Saturday.. September 24, 1892. 1_ .. ..-!-~~ Silver Portif Ticket! FOR PRESIDENT, jTA8. 15. WEAVER, or IOWA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, rjkJB. o. pieijD, OF VIRGINIA. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, THOMAS WREN, M. S. BONNIFIELD, C. C. POWNING. FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR, WILLIAM M. STEWART. FOR CONGRESSMAN, FRANCIS G NEWLANDS. FOR SUPREME JUDGE, C. H. BELKNAP. FOR UNIVERSITY REGENTS, ft. I.. FISH..Long Term •C. E. MACK.Short Term The Silver Party ticket is the only fall ticket in the field in the State. It will be placed before the people by petition, as the Secretary of the State has refused to recog nize the nominees of the silver dele gates to the Republican and Demo cratic Conventions. The ticket, as hoisted to the breeze in this issue, is a good one; it is composed of straight out free-coinage men from top to bottom, and it would show a a lack of judgment for the people of Nevada to defeat a single candi date on it. Stewart and Newlands should be our standard bearers in the silver fight. They have done good work and deserve the honor of being sent to Washington to rep resent us. They are against Har rison and his views of the silver question, and are not afraid to say so. They desire to be placed in an independent position wherein they can do the most good for our cause. They are both fighters, and will bring home scalps, and Nevada will be proud of them. With them in Washington no State in the Union will be more ably represented than Nevada. If Teller and Wolcott had the courage of their convictions, and the manhood of Stewart and Shar on of Nevada, they would to-day stand the idol of the people of Colo rado. Party policy has made hypo crites of both these gentlemen, and to-day they stand before the people of this country as men who have publicly stated that Harrison was the worst enemy to Bilver now in public life, while at the same time they ask the voters of Colorado to support him again for President, Acknowledging themselves that “his election would kill all hope of any favorable silver legislation for the next five years.”—Colorado Mining ______ The gold bugs of the East say that all they want to do to settle the silver question forever is to knock old Bill Stewart out of the Senate. They give him the credit of stirring up all the agitation on the silver question, and if they can knock him out of the ring they claim they can fix the silver ques tion to suit themselves; and that won’t be in a way to satisfy the sil ver producers, either. Shall we let them do it? The Republicans of Storey coun ty have pledged their Legislative ticket to H. F. Barline for United States Senator. It is in order now for Ormsby to pledge her ticket for Williams, Washoe to pledge hers for Foley and White Pine hers for Cleveland. Lvojt county’s legislative nomi nees must be pledged for Stewart Our Nevada sil ver friends are get ting away from the issue. Inform ation heretofore said the State was for silver; now the whole business is for Weaver. That’s the logical conclusion, for the sil verities are now threatening to cast into outer darkness both Jones and Stewart, those tried and true silver cham pions, because perhaps they bow not at the most lovable pres ence of political acrobat J. B. Wea ver. With pleasure it is noted that the leading dailies of Nevada retain their independence, and do not worship the silver calf. They will be on top when a later date allows the rest of the Union chance to ex press an opinion. Our friends in California have been mislead on the silver question. We do not consider Jones much of a silver man. He is too much like Teller and Wolcott, of Colorado, who, while in Washington, tell us that Harrison is no friend of silver and then come home and advocate his re-election. We are tired of voting against our own interests; win or lose we propose to help the man who promises to help us. The Harrison Republican ore casting about aimlessly for a can didate to beat Wm. M. Stewart for the United States Senate. H. F. Bartine, Evan Williams, A. C. Cleveland and M. C. Foley are mentioned as possible candidates for the position. Anyone of them, or the eomLinifion, will have its hands full to perpetrate an act of this kind. Stewart is to.) close to the people. The S;orey county Republican convention was an ass.mblage of gold-bug asses. Tie Cheap Cash Store! T. J. A. FLAWS, | —DEALER IS— Choice Groceries, Provisions and Hardware, FURNISHING GOODS. BOOTS .V SHOES HATS, CAPS, ETC., ■ Glassware, Crock.ery, Cutlery, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. PAINTS, OILS AND PATENT MEDICINES, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season, FRESH DAIRY RUTTER, FRESH EGGS AND EASTERN CREAM CHEESE. Main St., - Dayton Orders by mail given prompt attention. IN ITS WORST FORM. 1 Benton, Lav. Co., Win.. Dec., *83. Bar. J. C. Bergen vouchee for the following: Jam®* Kooney, who was suffering from St. Vii us' Duuco in its worst form for about l** years, was treated by several physicians without effect; two bottlos of F&stor Koen g’s Nerve Tonio cured him. A MONTREAL LETTER. CThe True Witness an<1 Chrcnlcle., Montreal. Can., hublinked Oct. 24, 'H8: We aro in re elpt of a letter from onoof our wt-P-known ciiizeus, Mr. E. Boisvert, who writes that upon lecorn moudalion of ihe most Itev M. Marc hand, of Drummoudville. tio was induced to use ior that mostureadinl of id) norvo s ids ease:*, FITS, a few bottles of Factor Koen Nei ve ’ionic, * ud Is glud to say taat alter having suff(«n*d >ur eight years is now entirely cured, and heartily retononeiio* all sutfeieis of nmueu» dx»eaeoe to tiy ihu remedy. mrrft. ValnnM© Rook on Nervous r IfP P free to anvnddr ss I 111 I »'•? i>«mr patients can also obtain I II laLtliis medicine 1 reo of charge. Thla remedy has been prepared by the Rever end Pastor Koenig, of Fort Wayne. I nd.. since 18;«. and Is now prepared under hie direction by the KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. Sold by Druggist, at SI per I!ot tic. 0 for •S. Large Size,*1.75. 6 Uottlsa for S3. Summit Saloon AND LODGING HOUSE, On the Divide between Gold Hill and Virginia next to Combellk k’s* Stables. Jacob Hanson,Lessee. The best of IsIQTJOns, «*o CIGARS. Clean and Comfortable IiODGINOS Furnished Customers at Reasonable Rates. (Mve the place a call when In Virginia City. . . A OP AND PRIZE . . BIBLE COMPETITION Two Thousand Po'lars in Prizes will be Equitably Distributed. KK.tl* OI'B l,I.V\ For several years past competitions of an instructive order have been offered by teputable business houses amt manufacturers in England with the object of increasing their sales and iniercs i g their customers ill their respective goods. These contests, on account of the unquestioned fairness displayed in conducting them, itave interested the Ite-t people of (treat Britain. Believing that cornpe. titions offered by a manufacturing concern such as ours, and conducted in the same honorable maimer, would txcne univer-al interest among the intelligent people of the United States and Canada, our Company lias decided to offer a Prize Competition ill which our first eftoit will be to make it STRICTLY FAIR AND IMPARTIAL The intention is to satisfy every one entering this competition that they have b-en duly credited with the position which their efforts have earned for them. We are sure that this class of a prize contest will receive the approval of parents and all those having the instruction of young at heart. The prizes to be awarded in tins competition will consist entirely of articles of SUFFICIENT value to bc;opprectated by every person receiving iftie as a fair reward for the efforts put forth by them. Our intention is to divide the amount to be given away to prizes, varying in value from eight dollars to one hundred dollars each, and we enter into an honorable agreement with Those entering this competition to distribute fairly Two I housand Dollars in prizes. AWARD OF PRIZES.—Ten of the leading ministers of our city will be invited to attend and assist in the award of prizes. ritlZE It I It I, K. t'OSIPKTITIOSI We will pay One Hundred Hollars In cash lo the first person who conect ly answers ihe following questions: Where m the Bible do the following three words first appear: I, Kain; 2, Bread; 3, Milk. The second person answering correctly will receive Seventy-five Dollars in cash. The third persoo answer ing correctly will receive Fifty Dollars in ca-li. The next ten will etch re ceive an elegant Coin Silver (hunting case) Watch. The next ten will each receive an elegant SlI K Dress pattern (-ixieen yards any color). The next ten will each receive a ti'st-cla-s pair of Opera Glasses. MIDDLE PRIZES.—Every an-wer when received will be numbered and entered on a special book, with the name and address of the competitor. The thirty-lhree persons sending '.lie thirty-three correct answers which are the MIDDLE ones leceivrd will receive duplicates ol prizes awarded for the first thirty-three correct answers. LAST PRIZES.—The thirty-three persons sending the thirty-three correct answers which are received LAST will receive duplicates of the prizes that arc awarded for 1 he first and middle ihiity-'hree correct answers, the la-t correct an swer receiving the One Hundred Dollars, the next lo the last the Seventy-five Dollars, and so on until the thiny-lhree prizes for the last thirty-three correct answers have been awarded. SPECIAL PRIZES.—A prize consisting of an elegant Lady'sor Gentleman’s Watch will be given 10 ihe person sending the first correct answer which is first received from their State or Prdvince. <OM>ITIO\N. Answers must be accompanied with hfteen United States two-cent postage stamps for one package of PkarufoaM, which is the latest scientific discovery for cleansing and pieseivmg the teeth. Our object is to introduce and attract at tention to Pkari.IFoaM, which is the only prepaiation whose manufactures are willing to otter a reward of One Hundred Dollars to any dentist who can show that ii contains anyth-mg injurious40 the teeth. A mouthful of pearly white teeih is the sure result of us constant u^e. It is recommended by the leaders of the dental piofession everywhere; ask your dentist what he thinks of it. Pearl IFOM is >cm b) mail, post paid, and free of custom du»y. He sure and send your answers to-day. You may receive a valuable PRIZE FOR YOUR TROUBLE. Address: Exquisite Toilet Manufacturing Co., 170 Young** Mlrei*t. Toronto. Canada. SEVENTH ANNUAL \ County Fair! —OF THE— LYON COUNTY I ArgicuStural Association! —TO BE HELD AT— Wabuska, - Nevada. i OCTOBER 5th. TO 7th. (inclusive.) Grand Display of Agricultural, Mining and Stock Produc tions. There will be stoca parades, Ladies’ Tournaments, Racing, Etc. For particulars reijardii g entrance fee', pre mium lists, etc., enq-.ire of the Clerk w. II. SPRAGG, H. W. Wood, President. Secretary. J. Li. CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR OF THE UNION MARKET, Main Street, Dayton, Homo-Cured Bacon & Hams, BEEF, FORK, MUTTON, CORNED MEATS AND RENDERED TALLOW. Meats Belivere'l to Customers free of charae. ESS•J*11 1 ^®m*y t fl*u i*y. R.n. viuJiT R K-.n : »\\ : , , I ■ * ^ &**«» 'our Upnt;:»enl I/A wuiouhiu.:. I by rulnian • i . ,ti Before. 'After. Lou.’ I coul l n. t w rk. The arrotn.1 We'rht 9451b* 1951U 50 1b* tanytnr hear#* mow tho resultof Rmu... 48 In. SI In. 11 la I month*’ treatment. I now feel Want.. 40 In. Win. 11 to. like a new being. Ill* and pain* all Him... ST In. 481a. 9 In. gone. W1U cheerfully reply to inoulrie* with it*mp incloiad.'' PATIENTS TREUEd DY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL iUrmleaa. Ro Hurting. Send 6c In itamH forpartlcuir.roto il *. a. r. sima anutrs msita, uiusa. CHPinmr & cm». Announcements under this head will be made 'nun date of insertion until date.*, of the Kepublican and Democratic Conventions for the sum of $:. spot cash. IIKRIFP: W. A. DONNELLY Hereby announces himself a candidate for Sheriff, Subject to the decision of the Lyon County Democratic Convention. AXIS TKKAatlHKK: — J. A. HUNTOON Hereby announces himneif a candidate for Clerk and Treasurer, Subject to the decision of the Lyon County Republican Convention ^JOUMTV COSIMIMMlOXFsK: CEORCE E. JAQUA Hereby announces himself a candidate for County Commissioner, (Long Term) Subject to the decision of the Lyon County Republican Convention. BLYMAX. F. W. FAIRBANKS Hereby announce, himself a candidate for the Assembly, Jubject tp the dechion of the Ljron County Kepubli.an Convention. ^11 HR IFF; FRED L. LITTELL Hereby announces Himself a candidate for Sheriff, hibject to the decision of the Leon County Republican Convention. if IS A FACT THAT Our Worker* ARE BETTER PAIli than Al.l. OTHERS ; earn ilmr money with greater ease, and arc sum lied with ar ticles which the people want am) will Itave* Beginners of either sex, yoiinir or old. learn the business ui a day, and succeed from the start. No special ability required. If yau cannot piee all your time to the work, we will .cheerfully accept yeur spare mom cuts Write us immediately for full information, which tre sludl he pleased to send voii free* GEORGE STINSON A lO.. Box 488, Portland, Maine mi rA»iiv^»K3S¥ PILE«mc 03V : TOP s OP s ALL , Pawnee Indian Remedial [PURELY VEGETABLE. INDIAN TOO-RH; Indian Pain n«i ■^st"1"ach-Blood'Llver g|J^y Trouble,. Indian Magic Salve,*'1"'and l al"“°' Fvery l>estrip,lon Indian WoMnDostro^er'; Erupt,on“-P11^ **• Indian Cough Balsam, F°r a" k‘n',s °f 'Vorn“ For all Affections of the Lungs and Throat I>IKPE\N4RV A\D M4UK4(TO«V 1 937 Howard Street, ... San Francisco. Cal. ORMSIIY COUNTY Agricultural ^ Society f (DISTRICT NO. 1) CARSON, NEVADA, September 26th to October 1st, Inclusive. $6,500 IN PURSES AND PREMIUMS! $6,500. tMF'Vor Speed Programmes. Entry Planks, and other information address the Secretary, at Carson City, Nevada. EVAN WILLIAMS, President. W. C. NOTEWARE, Secretary. Wm. KEAN, -DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions, Hardware cto Mill Goods, Clot|ing, Drygoods, CrocKery, lobocco, Liquors PAINTS, OILS, ETC. A Complete Stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats Constantly on Hand. S3, $4 and S5 Whisky at Kean’s. A Full Line of Wall Paper, Borders & Window Shades. Homoeooathic and Patent Medicines. Order* by mail promptly attended to. IVlAill St., Dayton. CKRONiC & NERVOUS DISEASES — ruiiEo bt — Or. G.F. Webb's Electric Body Brits end Appliances, »i*. Catarrh, fthoiimatlsixi, Sciatica, Amcnorrhooa, SpermatorrlitcA, / Prolapsus, Cbloroali*. f Painful NoomA l LcueorrhoD.v, \ Seminal Weakness, Effects of Onanism*. Incontinence, Pulpit it ion. Paralysis. Nervous Debility, Sterility, I inpotency, Diabutis, Neurasthenia, Sick Headache* Varicooolo, Hernia, Insomnia, Lumbmro, Spinal Disease. Dyspepsia. Constipation Kidney Com yn’nts. tLvO WONDEEFUL BUT TEUEl ELECTRO-MEDICAL SCIENCE STILL HllUiilPUAtJT I Tlio Boat Mado to Hoar by Eloctrlcily f Inrrnlcd In April, IHOl, r.lrnlf.l In Jon., jotlhuuiuuiii* riorlaim its Uondor. ful ami I'tfrfrcl Uisults 1 «■ ££& i5'iCn£Swoui.DTinaAT‘ An. on*. old or yowwr. *•» drumln mibr-kun nin U- >m«lo to I.'nr lonvonn* l» oplomry tolia*. nmln. funil t.V Ilr. ri. *'■ Wil.l.'n Elwtrlrnl M lt'initun 'nr "1 i-i-i iinir I), at"' *” eW" vp!H «' llobeiy »»lk i llam-i-s liivnitc 1 .•spoWnl.y lor tr.-M i n tllirei) it. 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Heat at 1k B*tra Larga Bom® SPECIAL wa will preaent with a ®ILK DRBS®. l^yf|*|wj or Commiaeiow to A**nt* lyaaifl of ilik to aalaat from aant with order- Oooo w. h.v. tried «„„„•. Anti-H.lrin., ...d «»d « d°“ **' lta' the above Company claims for it.—Kditor. dqnsi at thi®