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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday.October 1, 1892. Entered at the Postofflce. Dayton, as second class wall matter. _ AI»VKKTIS*IX« KATES: l ecal advertising, |>er square ot ten Unes^ ^ ^ 1 t)0 1 00 1 60 "ads A tiWnPA PKH LAW. t Subscribers who du not give express notice to the coni rar are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. ' If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, 'he publisher tong continue to send them until all a mars are paid 3 It subscribers neglect or refuse to take their pe riodicals Irion the ojfice to which they are directed, tlwu arc held responsible till they hare settled their bill and ord red their paper discontinued. L If subscribers move to other places without imfarming the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they Are held responsible. 5 The courts have decided that defusing to take veriodicaU from the of ice, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is pnmajacU evidence oj mien twnal fraud. Any person who receives a newsj.ajwr and TIMZ3 TA.I3IjB -OF TH K CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAK1NU EFFECT KTOV. lOtli, 1090. i- rom i o Mound House Mound House • 8'i'ATlONB. No i • No. 3. Leave— [Arrives— Mound House tl-30 a m 5-50 p m Dayton. 12'0pm 5:10 r s Clifton.1 12:40 »• II 4.-20 p M Fort Churchill j 1:10 pm 3'.5 pm w«bu»k« Jv'.'i *• “ 1-31! Cleaver . 2 30 pm 2:40 pm Mason I 2 80PM 2-40 p M Kio Vista 2-55 pm 246 rM Schurz. 8:85 pm 1 lr2. pm Giilis. 4:15 PM 1 12:15pm Arrives- Leave— Hawthoruo . 1 5:20pm U:I0am Leave— Arrlves Hawthorne .. 6:50 r m lid11 am Kiukead ... 6-30 pm 10:30 a h LUDillR . 7 4)5 pm 965 am New Boston j 7.25 pm 9:35 am 8o4» Spring*....; gag} ** • #*%} * * Rhodes. , 8:25 pm 8-55 A M ■•"•‘■hi..! SSI I unction. j 9:25 r m j 7:45 am Arrives— Leave— Candelaria.f DDOpm 7:20 am Leave— Arrives— No. 8. No. 4. Belleville. 820 A M 635 pm Junction. 8-10 a m 5:15 pm Arrives— Leave Basalt . 9£4Q AM 4 10 P M .Summit . 10:20 a* 330 PM Vueen . | 11:10 % m 2 30 p m Benton.| 11 -50 a m 1 35 p M Haiiimill .i 12440 P M 12:40 p m Arrives— Leave— Bishop Creek 1:30 pm 11:30 am [Leave— Arrives— Bishop Creek 24)0 p m 11:00 am Alvord. ... 2:45 P M 10:00 A M Tib bets. 830PM 9:15 am Independence 4:20 v u 8:30 a m Lone Fine 5:10 pm 7:40 am Swansea. 6:45 pm 7:10 a m Arrives— Leave— Keeler. j 565 P u 7:00 a m Trains 1 ami 2 run daily. Train 8 runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days. I rain 4 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Hatur days. Passenger trains make close connection al Mound House with express trains of Virginia and Truckce Railroad, which connect at Kemi with east and west bound trains of Central Fa clflc Railroad. MTAUK At Hawthorne, with United states Stage Co’i coaches for Aurora (20 miles) Bodie (37 miles) and for Lundy ami Bridgeport. At Liming, (125 miles from Mound House), with Giluier, tinlisbnry Co's tri weekly stages, (leaving Mondays, Wednesdays am) Fri days) for Downeyville, Grantsvilie and Bel mont. At < andelaria, with United States Stage Co's stages for Columbus (8 miles), Silver Peak. Montezuma, Alida Valley, Gold Mountain, etc. At Keeler, with staves for Cerro Gordro (6 milts), Darwin (22 miles), and Panamint. II. M YKKINGTON, K. J. LAWS, General Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent. D A. BENDER, General Freight and Passenger Agent. The l.yoa tonulj ■''air. Preparations are now complete for the opening of the Lyon County Fair at Wahuska next Wednesday. The fair wilt continue three days. It promises to Ite the best ever given in Lyon county. The entries in the racing contests are particularly full. Special rates arc given by the railroad, and everybody should pat ronize the \\ abuska enterprise. Mnrrirtf. Last Thursday evening Fury Ra fetto, of Carson, and Miss Rosa Thomas, of Gold Hill, were married in Carson at the Rafetto hotel. The young couple are well known here and have many friends. Mr. afetto is a brother of Mrs. l’icrini ?, place. They will reside on >e vafetto ranch in Ormsby coun ty, near Lakeview. Anvllier Ki-hhoii. John Sherman’s bill repealing the »ct requiring the govt ■rnment to Purchase so much silver monthly c* Ied Up soon after Congress for U Should Nevada cast a vote Z that a,,ti°n »»>• «c WainlbVhe °tlu'r Stat,'H as a vote bill u n81 ver’ and Sherman’s repeal aiUon' Pa8S witll°ut oppo it it IF. F n —Bar silver 83$. —Robt. Stowell is still quite ill. —The County Chmmissioners will meet next Monday. —There is room for a straight silver ticket in Lyon county. —Johnny Feeney, of Wabuska, was in town last Wednesday even ing. —The fire engine has been re paired and at a test made Thursday worked finely. —All hands at the Eureka mill have just been paid oil', and all work is stopped. —J. A. Bonham and family left yesterday for Reno, where they will reside in the future. —Miss Susie Lothrop left for Smith Valley Wednesday morning. She will teach school there. —Mrs. S. G. Boston, of Silver City, lias been qujte ill for a week or more, but is now improving in health. —A thunder shower visited this place Thursday night. llurdly enough rain fell to lay the dust ! however. —Senator Stewart will skin the Ormsby county gold bugs at the Opera House in Carson next Mon day night. —J. G. Young is the Secretary of the Lyon County Agricultural As sociation instead of II. W. Wood, as appeared in last week’s adver tisement. —Tony Banning, colored, threat end to cut his wife’s jugular with a razor in Sacramento the other day. He and his wife were former resi dents of Carson. —The Walker Lake Bulletin comes to hand this week in a new dress and presents a very neat ap pearance. We are pleased to see this sign of prosperity, Mac. —The little smokeless engine to be used in the Sutro Tunnel to haul J ore out, arrived here Thursday and j was taken to Sutro. Russel Schooley will be engineer on the new machine. —If you have a horse you should always have a bottle or two of Ben ton’s liniment on hand. It is the boss stuff to cure all ailments. You can get it of Dr. Benton, Car son. —The weather is growing cold, and the Times signal service man predicts a severe snow storm on the 8th day of next November, which will bury all anti-silver political aspirants out of sight. —W. H. Jackson, the Candalaria mining superintendent, passed through on Thursday night’s train en route for California. He was suffering from typhoid fever, and had to be carried on a conch. —Hon. Thomas Wren has filed with the Secretary of State the cer tificate of nomination of the Silver ticket. It was accepted as correct by Secretary-Grey, who will certify it to the several County Clerks to be placed on the general ballot. —The Lyon County Democrats will meet in Convention in Silver City next Wednesday. There is a plan on foot to fuse with Silver Re publicians and make a solid silver j ticket in the county pledged for Weaver, Stewart, and the straight out silver party. On the Way to I'ai'uillMp. I.et n» hope that the people who habltually •IhreRari) their health will rea.-h that, ilesltalile |»m. v. Mini avoid the locality which Is less de sirable hn an eternal residence on account of tin* beat and surroundings generally. Hut while we tarry in this vale of tear-, why should we voluntarily endure the tortures of dyspepsia w hen a systematic use of Hostetler’* stomach Hitters will rid us of the atrocious malady which*—unless nhysi.ians are very milch at mult tends to shorten the term «»t our exist en. e Heartburn, hilliousness. constipation H| most alw ays act ontpany this complaint and are symptomatic of it These are all extinguished bv the Hitters, which also conquers completely malaria, rheumatism, nervousness and debility, -'inee the appearance of "la grippe ’ it has shown a singular mastery over this formidable complaint that has carried off so many of our brightest and best. IMcd. Fred Lawrence Strauss, infant son of Fred Strauss, of this place, died in Gold Hill at one o’clock U ednesday morning, and was buri ed in Silver City Thursday. The little fellow had just recovered from whooping cough, when teething came on, causing complications that resulted in his death. He had been taken to Gold Hill only on Tuesday for medical treatment. MAMftX vallrv creamery A Xfw Industry that In tippling fhe Caimpi'N of that Heriion to utf on a Mound Klnaiiplal Fooling. The Mason Valley Creamery, of the Nevada Creamery and Commer cial Company, is the largest cream ery in the State. Through the cour tesy of Thos. Me Adams, foreman, and Hugh Shamp, assistant, a Times reporter was shown through the institution last Tuesday. The building is a large one, well con structed, and situated a few miles south of the town of Gaeenlield. Upon entering the creamery, one is struck with cleanliness of every thing in sight, there being not a particle of dirt or filth to be seen, the machinery, vats, churn, butter worker, etc., being as clean if not cleaner, than the paraphernalia used in making butter in a private family. At present the Creamery is receiving about 7,(500 pounds of milk daily. The farmers drive with their cans of milk to a door in the building where the milk is weighed and pumped into a vat in the floor. From this tank the milk is pumped into a tank over-head. In this vat the milk is kept at a temperature of about 80 degrees, from this tank the milk runs down through a sep arator, in which the cream is taken from the milk and run over a re frigerator which brings the cream to a temperature of about 60 de grees. The milk runs off to a larger tank. The cream is taken to a large tank in the cooling room af ter it leaves the separator, and there allowed to stand for 48 hours before it is churned. A large rotary churn is used that handles several hun dred pounds of material at a time, j and this machine as well as the ■ butter-worker is run by steam pow er. From this room the butter is j taken into an adjoining one and j packed into molds and sawed up in | to 2 lb. square cakes. The separa | tor now in use is a new one, recently put in, and is doing mucn better I work than the ones previously in ! use. It runs at a rate of 6,500 | revolutions a minute, taking every particle of impurity from the cream, and has increased the quan tity taken from 100 lbs. of milk from less than 4 lbs. to 4.51 lbs. No cheese is now being‘made at this creamery, although some cheese already made is curing in the cheese room above the creamery. This cheese is yet green, but tastes well for the length of time it has been curing. Two shipments of butter are made weekly to San Francisco, where the article brings the highest market price for fancy creamery butter. The industry has infused new life into many of the ranchers in the valley. They can now feed cows and milk them and get something for their hay, and also have a regu lar monthly pay-day. Next season it is thought that this creamery will be handling between 20,000 and 30,000 lbs of milk daily. CaNrM. S. H. Clifford, New Crssel, Win., was troubled, with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he waz terribly reduced in tlesh and strengte- Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years’ stand* ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba O , had live large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was Incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by T. Flaws. Caught Their Man. Deputy Sheriffs Patterson and Raycraft, sent out Sunday to bring Walter Barth to Carson, have re turned with their man. Barth was wanted for burglary and horse stealing. When found he was on the stolen horse and was heavily armed with a 44-ealiber Colt’s re volver. He was caught near Placer ville, Cal. He is alleged to be the person who has been committing various robberies around Carson. C'oiiMiuiapf Ion Curtul. An old physician, retired from practice, hav ing had placed in his hands by an Hast India ini'hionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma and all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radi. al cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative powers In thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his fellow sufferers. Actuated by this moHve and a desire to relieve human suffering. I will send free of charge, to all who desire It, this recipe, in German, French or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper. W. A. Noyes, SiO Power* Block, Iloche* Ur, N. Y. KEPIBLICA* COXVEMTIOS. It Meetx at Green field ami Put* an I'neertaiii Nilver Ticket in ll*c Field —-Maui pilin' ed l»y Marti we and Other HarrfiNon Mc|»ul»ficaim—The People will Get a Chance at the Polls. The Lyon County Republican Convention met in Greenfield last Monday, the 26th, and transacted the following business: 13. H. Reymers was Chairman Chas. Meissner Secretary and Sam Fogg Sergeant-at-Arms. The Convention was a very har monious one, composed mostly of Silver League members, hut who were averse to pledges of any kind. The nominations, with the excep tion of Assembly men, were all made by acclamation, the Chair so deciding after a.nomination had been made and seconded. Iii the contest for Assemblyman, Fairbanks was knocked out by Z. Pierce, an anti-silver League man, the Silver City and Dayton dele gates voting for him with the ex ception of three. Mr. Pierce, in quite a lengthy address tried to explain his position on the silver question. He said he was in favor of free coinage but believed the only way to get it was to vote for Harrison. The Committee on Platform and Resolutions reported some very fair silver resolutions, but would not pledge the Legislative ticket to Stewart, although the majority of the delegates were in favor of such a resolution before a caucus of some of the aspirants for office was held with Mr. Bartine. Following is the ticket that was put up: State Senator—J. S. Craig, of Greenfield. Assemblymen—S. G. Boston, of Silver City, and Z. Pierce, of Smith Valley. Sheriff-—F. L. Littell, of Mason Valley. Clerk and Treasurer—J. A. Hun toon, of Dayton. Recorder—T. P. Mack, of Silver City. Long Term Commissioner—G. E. Jaqua, of Dayton. Short Term Commissioner—F. Armstrong, of Silver City. Administrator and Coroner—L. Lamb, of Sutro. The nomination for District At torney was passed, and nobody wanted the office of Surveyor, so these two positions are left for the Central Committee to fill. After a Central Committee was selected the Convention gave three cheers for the ticket and adjourned. A t urd The undersigned having received the nomination for the Assembly by the Republican Convention at Greenfield, declares that he has al ways been in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver and a staunch advocate of \V. M. Stewart, and if elected, will vote for no one but W. M. Stewart for United States Senator. (Signed) 8. G. Boston. Catarrh Can't hr Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they tannol reach the seat of the disease Catarrh i> h bisod or constitutional disease, and in order u cure it you have to take internal remedies Hall’s Catarrh cure is Luk. n internally, ami ! acts dire, tly on the blood ami niuutUs bu'i faces Hall s catarrh Cure is no quack medicine. V whs proscribed by one of the best physicians it .this country for years, and isu regular prescrip Nion. It is < .imposed of the be.-t tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers, a. tins directly on the mucous surfaces. The per feci combination of the two ingredients is wliai produces such wonderful results in curing ca tarrh Send for testimonials tree. F J CHENEY CO . Props., Toledo. O Sold by druggists, price 75c. Fust l'ueittg. Terre Haute., Ind., Sept. 29— Mascot paced the first beat in tin free-for-all this afternoon in 2:04 lowering the pacing record fron: 2:05$ and equaling Nancy Hanks trotting record n:n le yett rday. lKuck Icii'n Arnica Salvo. The Best .Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores. Tetter Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skii Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no paj required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sails faction, or money refunded. Price 26 cents pet box. For sale by Flaws. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report. | Bating Powder ABSOLUTEIX PURE Storey County Silver Tieket. The Third party convention in j Storey county made the following nominations: Senator—E. I). Boyle. Assemblymen—Wilson Locklin, Henry T. Carah, James Langan, A. Bernhardt, Frank Monahan and Geo. Smith. Sheriff'—James Quirk. District Attorney—Dennis Kehoe. County Clerk and ex-officio Treas urer—George Hatch. Recorder and Auditor—John M. Kelly. Public Administrator—H. S. Beck. County Surveyor—Thos. Smith. County Com. (long term) Wm. Kemp. Quaranl iuc in Nevada. A genuine cholera quarantine of ficer has been in Truckee, with full power to establish a quarntine sta tion at any point he might select. It was reported that two suspected cases had left Denver, and the officer wa3 to intercept them. After con sulting with Dr. Curless and A. J. Willis, he concluded there were no good places in California for a refuge station. The Truckee canyon is too narrow for a cholera quarantine. The official, therefore, went to Reno with the intention of consulting with the Nevada officials about the selection of some good patch of sagebrush where suspects could be quarantined.—Truckee Republican. A Mensible Advertisement. Few candidates for the Nevada Legislature speak as plainly' in their political advertisements as that plain, home-made man, W. H. A. Pike of Wadsworth. His ad vertisement in the Wadsworth Dis patch is as follows: W. H. A. PIKE. REGULAR PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN FROM WASHOE COUNTY. For Stewart and Free Coinage. When a Legislative candidate speaks as plainly as that, the peo ple know where he stands, and they know what they are voting for. For the Awneuibly. S. G. Boston publishes a card to day which tells how he stands on the Senatorial question. Months ago Mr. Boston was the leader of the silver club movement in Silver City. Ho is still for free-coinage with the emphatic postscript that lie is for Stewart for the Senate, first, last, and all the time. Voters of Lyon county need have no doubt where Mr. Boston stands on the Senatorial proposition. .Vow Try This It will cost you nothing and will surely dc you good, if you have a Cough, Cold, or any trouble with Throat Chest or Lungs. Ur. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs ami Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or money will be paid bai k. sufferers from La Grippt found ft just the thing and under its use had t pesedy and perfect recovery. Try a samph bottle at our expense and learn for yoursel just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles free a Flaws store Large siaeWc. and $1.00. buu Fraiiolaco Meat Market, The following are the rates foi whole carcasses from slaughterer! to dealers in San Francisco: Beef—First quality, 7($7Uc: secoud quality f»Uc; third quality, 5*2®r»c tb. Veal—Quotable ut o®7e for large aud 6®Sc \ lb for small. Mutton—Quotable at 9®lie ^ tb. Lamp.—Fall, 11® 12c; Spriug, 1> ® lkc ^ tb. Fork—Live hogs, on loot, grain fed, heavy 1®4 V--; dressed hogs, 7V£®8o ^ lb. The Testimonial* Published In behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla ar< not extravagant, are not * written up.” nor ar< they iroin ti» employes. I hey are frets, am prove that Hood's barsaparilla possesses ab»c lute merit and is worthy the full cyutideuce o the people. IImoiUm Pills are purely vegetable, pel vet 1 y harmless, effective, but do not cause pail r pri| e. Fe > r to ret Hpod s. D-PRICE’S Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard. Republican Central Committee. The Lyon County Republican Central Committee is composed of the following: Dayton—H. F. Baker and G. \Yr. Bennett. Silver—Frank Armstrong and J. YVinn. Mason Valley—F. Y\\ Downey and T. H. Kreizel. Sutro—H. H. Sheldon. Mound House—J. Moore. Smith \ralley—F. Rivers. YY’abuska—YV. R. Penrose. Chairman—H. F. Baker; Secre tary—G. YY\ Bennett. Hr. Chat. N. Haumr of Frederick, Md., suffered terribly far ore* ten year3 with abscesses and running sores og bis left leg. He wasted away, grew weak aod thin, and was obliged to use a cane and orutela Everything which could be thought of was So— without good result, until he began taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla which effected a perfect cure. Mr. Hauer la now in the best of health. Full particulars si his case will be sent all who address C. I. Hood b Co., Lowell, Maas. HOOD’S PlLLS »r« the best sfterdlaasr "Us, assist digestion, car* headache and WiUooaSMA. UNION HOTEL MAIN STREET, DAYTON, • • NEVADA, MRS. J. C. GRUBER Proprietress. THE TABIjE will always be supplied with the choicest eata tiles the market affords, and all the delicRciei will be supplied in season. Meals van be ob tained at all hours, cooked to suit the most fas tidious epicure. THE BAH will be supplied with none but the choicest oi MIXES, LiqroKsa CIGARS. 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 iu a social game of cards. Board by the Day, Week or Month at Popular Prices. Dayton Livery Stables, WM. SCHOOLEY, Prop., Upper Main Street, (Opposite Douglass’ Corral) Dayton, Nevada. Keeps all kinds of single and double rift to lot at reasonable prices. GIVM HIM A CALL. , 4