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Liyon County Times.
. _■«__ 11 - ....— VOL. xxxvii. Dayton, Nevada, Saturday, October 15, 1892._No. 16. LYON COUNTY TIMES. published every Saturday Morning by . p. W- PAIHBANB8. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T E RMS: < 10 Single Copies. ’ per Six Months. . Per Year. ' Delivered in town by carrier, per month 50 subscription, must be paid ior In advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. lilted titatew Government. _ ,._nt .Benjamin Harrison Vice President »-*v. P Morton JJL nrv oi state. James G Blaine o,-ry oi nea-ury. Wm Wisdom reiary *»f War .KRDFlELD Proctor Attorney General . " li .Miller secieutry ot fsavy .Benjamin I* ikacy PojtinaMer Geueial.John W anamakkk Secretary of Interior .John W .Noklk Secretary oi Agriculture .J A* HUbk State or Xevnda. United States 4. Wm M Stewart senator* j.»■»«* P •»<>* Congreasmau.}} £ Bartink Governor .B. K bom oRD Lieutenant Governor J Pot'jade < M A Murphy Judges of Supreme Court < C H Belknap ( UK Bigelo* Clerk of Supreme Court Joseph Joseph* State IreaMirer John i* Loan Secretary of .state.. G •* Gray .Slate Controller.L Horton Attorney Getieral J Iorrky-on Surveyor General. John LJonk sute Printer Jo*eph L« klby Sunt. Public Instruction Omvia Kino (. Bn hard Riming ... J.A L FITZGERALD District Judge. <. A E Cherry ( _ G F i alkot . _ • Lyon County. Jesticeof District Court.Richard Rising State Senator J B Gallagher . , I .J E Gig Nor x Assemblymen j »•, shiklky SberifT*. Wm A Donnelly A»»e»*or A "’ Bran n County Clerk .H W Wood Auditor and Recorder. TP Mack Diatrict Attorney R W Aphry Treasurer J A Huntoon Surveyor. I- Davih Jr Public AdminUtrator. Levi Lamh 1(11 .W II Spkaoo (at) .. .G K JaoUa (unex t) Theo.Vinmon J. L. CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR OF THE UNION |A£$knXEii MARKET, Main Street, Dayton, Home-Cured Bacon & Hams, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, CORNED MEATS AND RENDERED TALLOW. Meats delivered to Customers free of charge. HAD THE DESIRED EFFECT. 8 Cabboixtow, Gheene Ca, III., Not. *88. 1 highly recommenil Pastor Koenig's Nerra Tonic to anjrbodr that has suffered from head ache as my son did for 0 years, because 2 bottles of the medicine cured him. M. MuilGUE. WEAKNESS OF MEMORY. Zell, Faulk Oo., Dak., Not. '88. I was tr<»utdcd with forgot!ulness aud tried many tamed lea, but of no uae—I had almost despaired when somebody recommended l as tor Koenig's Nerre Tonic. 111 ied it aud took butttbotttea < f It, which brought back my, memory as good as ever. 1 therefore recoin memt this remedy to ail sufferer*; it u«>ef mo** thau expected, it speaks for itself. OtUUbE PAN IAN. r nttassSKSis? "d 1 D0W P™P»rod under hi. direction by the KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. •old by Druggist, .t ai per Bottle, e far M. LurgeHUe.ai.7S. 0 Bottle, for ail. NOTICE TO ALIENS. The district coi'rt will convene at the Court Room in the Court Mouse at way ton on Monday, October 10th, 1892, at 10 ©clock a. m., at which time ami place appll Low l°r admission to citizenship may appear "tin the necessary proofs, and will be given a ©earing and determination ihereln as provided law. This will probably be the last session ©i Court prior to election day. By order of the presiding District Judge. r. , . „ . HENRY WOOD, Dated, Sept. 88, 1892. Clerk Fair Birds Er*. Mls^-ChJtr^per s«t, left. EsvuriuLf-'ij uss.^nsc.'aj'2 LYON COUNTY for state senator, J. E. CICNOUX, OF DAYTON. FOR ASSEMBLYMEN, WM. MELARKEY, OF MASON VALLEY. S. C. BOSTON, OF SILVER CITY. FOR SHERIFF, W. A DONNELLY, OF DAYTON. FOR CLERK AND TREASURER, H. W. WOOD, OF MASON VALLEY. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, (LONG TERM) DICK P. RANDALL, OF DAYTON. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, (SHORT TERM) J. F. HOLLAND, OF MASON VALLEY. FOR SURVEYOR, E. T. REYNOLDS, OF DAYTON. FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, JOHN C. YOUNC, OF WABUSKA. REMOLITIOSII. The Democratic party of Lyon county, in Convention assembled at Silver City declares as follows: 1. That we are Democrats and as sert ous fealty to the principles and precepts or the Deniodratic party, as promulgated and practiced in states manship by its illustreous founders; but that we abjure, repudiate and denounce the National Democratic party of to-day, wedded as it is to man-worship, spoilsman and the of wall and Lombard Streets; there by proving recreant to its principal, and seeking to further enslave and empoverish the toiling masses of the nation. 2. That we endorse the Platform and Resolutions of the Democratic Party in State Convention assembl ed at Winnemucca, Nevada, on May 26th, 1892, as being in accord with with Democratic principles, and the vital living interests of our state; and imbued with the spirit of that body, w hold all tree coinage m n and parties, as friends; and most earnestly ask their aid, co-operation and support in our efforts on behalf of free coinage. i nut we denounce the demone tization of 1873, perpetrated by the ltritish and Dutch gold, and the per fidy ot John Sherman, as the great est political crime of century, and a direct blow to the musses of the American people, in the interests of the gold-bug conspiracy; there by preventing the increase of money proportionate to the increase ot pop ulation,and raising under the gold standard the purchasing power ot gold, rates ot exchange and interest, and causing the products ot tile mine, the mill and the farm in a proportion ate ratio a shrinkage in value of all property; the products of the mine the mill and the farm, a clear loss to the bone and sinew of the nation, and a gain to the favored class-—the gold bugs. 4. 1 hat we denounce the proposed International Monetary Conference as an arrant humbug, evasion and subterfuge, gotten up to blind and deceive the people, as to the true is sues in the present free coinage agi tation, until the shylocks can more firmly rivet the chains of bondage upon us, and strengthen their mono metallic money despotism. We as sert as facts and matters of record, that all former conferences of this nature, have failed through concert ed action for the Kuropean powers who are creditor nations, while we are a debtor nation, and it is adverse to their interests to have our circu lating medium increased. And we further deny as Americans, the jus tice and wisdom of having foreign powers regulate our finances or de clare lor us the ratio of the coinage ot ourgold and silver; that, inasmuch as this government prior, and up to 1873, regulated the ratio and coinage ot its circulating medium, so now can this government,given the need ful legislation successfully and safe ly resume the tree and unlimited coinage of the silver dollar, at the ratio ot 111 to 1. 5. We denounce the robbery of the government, since the demon etization of silver and its degrad ation to the level of a commodity, in 1S73, of over $110,000,000 from Nevada Silver miners, actual losses sustain 'd by silver producers in the sale ot their bullionan a fluctuating market, from its value when coined at the mints and placed in circulation at 129.29, per ounce, and while proclaim ing to the world the shameful spec tacle of a great and mighty govern ment, legislating to defraud the toil ers in the most dangerous industry in exitencc; call upon them to rem ember the political parties, their aid ers and abbettors in this iniquitous legislation, and cast their ballots against them at the polls in Novem ber. 6. We endorse the Silver League movement as earnest non-partisan effort in the interest of free coinage, and pleged ourselves and the nomi nees of this convention, to stand by its pledge and principals until the fight is finished. We point with pride to the success of the leagues in every contest with the adherents of the old parties, who are striving to sink the cause of free coinage in the interest of party supremacy, but thus far, the leagues presenting a bold determined front, have saved the reputation of Nevada in their advocacy of the white metal, and have proclaimed to the country at 1» rge that our actions are consistent with our professions. With the leagues united a battle begun will always be a battle won. 7. We demand the free and unlim ited coinage of silver at the present ratio of If> to 1, and pledge ourselves and the nominees of this convention to unceasing agitation and content ion, in the interest of the whole peo ple, to the accomplishment of the end sought—the restoration of the silver dollar of the Constitution and of the people, to its lawful place as occupied prior to the demonetization act. n. vv enuorse me A?uvei -» Ticket from top to bottom, and pledge the nominees of this convention to support and vote for the same, firm ly believing that its nominees are the most consistent advocates of the principles we have enunciated to dav, and as the only ticket in the Held having the courage to fly in the free of the gold bug coharts the free coinage banner. In unmistakeable, strong and earnest language, the platform of the Silver Party has taken its stand with the people on that vital, burning question—the free and unlimited coinage ot silver. In Francis G. Newlands we have an earnest, able and courageous advo cate of free coinage, who has been untiring in his efforts on behalf ot Nevada for years, lie has the cour age of his convictions, and has cut loose from party ties, that he may tight untrammeled fer Nevada in this great question. The course ot Hon. Wm. M. Stewart we most heart ily approve. Ib* needs no eulogium at our hands. His name is a house hold word in Nevada, while through out the world the cause of th® white inetal and the name of Wm. M. Stewart are inseparable. His record as an advocate ot Nevada’s every interest during a long career of pub lic service is unimpeachable. His name is the synonym of honesty and ability. He has elected to continue the tight tor the people as the candi date of the Silver Party for re-elec tion to the l\ S. Senate, and heartily approving of his candidacy we here by pledge the nominees of the legis lative ticket of this convention if elected, to vote for his return to the lT. S. Senate, first, last and all the time, and to use all honorable means to accomplish that end. lo THK \ OTKHS OK I*YON COUNTY! Our work is done, and the rest lies with you. We have sunk party feeling from a sense of fidelity to our State, and kept steadily in view the success of the free coinage issue. Our aims have been to give you a free coinage platform, and a legisla tive ticket worthy of your support, pledged to Win. M. Stewart. We nave thought and worked only for Nevada, her interests, our homes and firesides. Kvery child knows that the success of the free coinage issue is life and wealth to Nevada; its ex tinction death and decay. Should the latter event come to pass we will have to abandon our homes, gather our household gods together, and go, whither? Who has been our most able champion before the public in this light? Wm. M. Stewart 1 His voice has always been uplifted in our couse, at every opportunity. He is a giant in the senate and feared and dreaded more by the gold bugs than all the other free coinage advo cates. A conspiracy is on foot to de feat him, and it emanates in the Hast. The gold bugs want his scalp; he is their most bitter, untiring, un relenting foe. With him out of the way they see the settlement of this vexed question in their favor. They will stop at no means to accomplish his defeat. The failure of our peo ple to elect him would be a national calamity, a calamity to the silver cause, and the deathblow to Nevada. Shall this great friend and champion ot silver be stricken down in his own State? Judge and weigh well your actions, and may your decision be for the right. This is the darkest hour of our State’s existence, and we need the best and bravest men on guard. Let Nevada* vindicate her self in the eyes ot the world; return Stewart to the Senate, and send New lands to Congress and all will be well, for our light will be half won. Hkn RY Wood, Chris. Wogax, Will Yoiino, \V. II. Spragg, Hknry Stock, William Ahl, Frank Lothrop, Committee. Ills Cheap Cash Store! T. J. A. FLAWS, —DEALER IN— Choice Groceries, Provisions and Hardware, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS A SHOES HATS, CAPS, ETC., G-lassware, Crooltery, Cutlery, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PAINTS, OILS AND PATENT MEDICINES, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season, FRESH DAIRY BUTTER, FRESH EGGS AND EASTERN CREAM CHEESE. Main St., - Dayton Orders by mail given prompt attention. UNION HOTEL MAIN STREET, DAYTON, ■ • NEVADA, MRS. I. C. GRUBER Proprietress. THE TAHTjB will always be supplied with the choicest eata bles the market affords, and all the delicaclea will be supplied in season. Meals can be ob tained at all hours, cooked to suit the most fas tidious epicure. THE BAR will be supplied with none but the choisest of WINEH, LiqroRH a CIGAR*. 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 Pi ices. IT IS A FACT THAT Obi Worker* ARE BETTER PAID than ALL OTHERS ; earn their money with greater ease, and are supplied with ar ticles which the people want and will have. Beginners of either aex, young or old, learn the business in a day, anil succeed front the •tart. No special ability required. If you cannot give all your time to the work, we will cheerfully accept your spare moments. Write us immediately for hill information, which we shall be pleased to send von free. GEORGE STINSON At Cfl.. Box 488, Portland, Maine. Olias. £3. Moclt, Attorney-at-Law. Room 7, Odd Fellows* Building, Virginia City, Nevada. NOTARY PDBLIO AND COMMISSIONER OP DEEDS. PATENTS Caveats ami Trade Marks obtained, and all Pat ent business conducted (or Moderate Pee*. Our Oltlre Im oppnHlte I' M. Patent Of fice. and we can secure patents in less time and at less cost than those remote front Wash ington. Bend model, drawing or photo, with description. We advise, if patentable or not, free of charge Our fee not due until pateut Is secured. A l.fttle Book. "How to Obtain Patents," with names of actual clients In your State, county, or town sent free. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opp. Patent Office, Washington, P. C. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE “TIMES.” t xz m “CORNER” Main 8tr»o*. Dayton, - Nevada rasroa wines, LIQUORS Sc CIGARS Always on Hand. This saloon is one ol the finest resorts in the county. Convenient club rooms are attached and the stock oi liuuors and cigars is selected from the best. A share oi your patronage is all that is asked. ■ ■ mm “Alt AKESIS ” gives instant n ■ ■ ■ n relief and is an infallible m ■ L ^ Cure for Piles. Priee$i. Ity STBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES. THREE DOLLARS A YEAR. CASH IN ADVANCE. LYON COUNTY TIMES. JOB DEPARTMENT. The most complete country Job Office ta the State. All Klada of Work done with Neat, neoe and Diapatch. —AT— PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. J. R. SHAW, —DEALER III— HAY, GRAIN AND LUMBER, MAIN ST., DAYTON, NEV. All Kinds of Building Mate rial Kept on Hand. HORSES FED AND STABLED. The Place for Banchero to Put Up When in Town. JOHN LOTHROP, Attorney At Law and Notary Public. Will practice In all Court* In th* State. Office—Pike Street, Dayton, Nevada. **»**********«***★**★+*«*********+******«**»**»** ^*««+**********+»*»*****«+*+**«**«*******«****** Free GOVERNMENT LANDS Fine as the choicest in California are waiting to be taken up in the beautiful Honey s# Lake Lassen County. Cal. Valley Under the Extensive Irrigation System of tho Honey Lake Valley Land and Water Co. EXPLANATION j m m m JgHE BEAUTIFUL HONEV LAKE VALLEY CONTAINS A Ah; large area of fine, level, loam lands, all ready for the plow, —is tun 3* rounded and sheltered by mountain-:, and has a fine, mild climate the year around. Honey Lake is a body of fresh water covering one hundred square miles. The N. C. O. Railroad has recently been built into the Vadey, and the Great ball Lake road through Beckwith Pass wilt al*c cross it. The land is easily cultivated and produces extra large crops— wh at, oats, barley, haps, com, alfalfa, vegetables, fruit and stock. Wood and water are plentiful and lumber cheap. The land can be taken up with* oui residence under the Desert Act, in tracts of 40 to 5so acres, by a man or woman, married or single. We are building a la>ge Water System foe tli« Irrigation of this land. L We want to get customers foe the water we will have to sell, so w V. help L you to get a piece of it. The land will coat you $1.25 an acre to the Gov . eminent, 25 cents down, and $t.oo in four years. The Water (a perpetual . right and goou supply), will cost $6 25 an acre to the Company; $1.2s down - and $5 co on delivery to the land fue its irrigation. All land office business ’ attended to for customers by us without extra charge, and the filings L under the Desert Act as recently amended by Congress, must show a water ; supply before they will be accepted. HONEY LAKE CIIY. the town we are establishing, offers good - chances for the establishment of new businesses, and is well werth in • vestigating. THESE LANOS CAN BE TAKEN UP WITHOUT RESIDENCE \ Under the Desert Act, affording a chance for the speculator as well as the homeseeker. EMPLOYMENT AT GOOD WAGES For lieu and Teams on the construction work, if you desire to make a home there REMEMBER that these Lands are level, all ready for the plow, with rich soil, on railroad now buiit, and on line of another, building. Fuel is free, lumber cheap, and water plentiful. Good local as well as outside markets. The irrigation of tbesc lands makes them immensely and imme diately productive. • Send 4 cents in stamps for full information to , Honey Lake Talley Land & Water Co. FRED W. LAKE, Secretary Office, 6 Flood Building, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, SPECIAL EXCURSIONS AT REDUCED RATES ARE BEING RUN FROM SAN FRANCISCO.