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.Saturday April 21, 1894. Filtered at the Postofflce. Dayton, as second clan, mail matter. €■. II. 330 Pine Street, Man Francisco, is our authorixed Agent in Cal. ADVKRTIHIKil KATfcH: Legal advertising, per square of ten lines of nonpariel .• 2 60 Fach subsequent insertion. 1 00 cjomuiercial advertising, single column, per incn per mouth. i oo Double column, per inch. 1 50 Discount of 10 per « ent. on coinmerciar'ads'' -.landing three mouths; 26 per cent, on “ads standing six mouths; 40 per cent, on “ads standing one year. Local notice., per line of nonpariel, first insertion I .10 Fai b subsequent insertion, per line. .06 No deviation from above prices In Memorium Resolutions published in the Times will be charged for at the rate of ten cents per line. .VEWSPAPKH LAW. 1 Subscribers who do not gyve express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing te continue their subecriptivn. 5 If subscribers ord'r the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue tv send fhem until all arrears are paid J If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their pe nodical* fro in the ujjioe tu which they are directed, they arc held responsible till they have settled their bill and ord red their paper discontinued 4 If subscribers wove to other places without *mforinin<t the publisher, and the paper is sent to the firmer direction, they are held responsible. 6 The courts have decided that refusing to take periodical* from the office, or removing and leariiu/ them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of inten tional fraud. b. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it. whether he has subscribed Jot it or nut, is held in law a* a subscriber • 7 The. Tvstwaster who ns ilscts to give the legal notice oj the neglect of a person to take from the ot j he* the newspaper address'd to him is liable to the publisher for the subscription price. TIME TABIjE -OK THU CARSON A COLORADO R. R. —TAKING EFFECT NOV. 28dLv 1808. I trow | !<• Mound llnim* MimiiiI limine -tTATlONH No 1 No. 2. Leave— Arrive*— Mound House 10:50 a m 5:56 P m Dayton 11 30 e m 5-20 pm Clifton 12:10 km 4:40 pm Fort Churchill .2 40 pm 4 io r m *•*»“>*■* 2-isir “ Cleaver 1:4km 348) pm Ma*uii 2 00 pm 2:M) p M Kio Vista. 2 26 pm 2:26 pm Achuri 8s-6km 1:45 pm Gilli* 3 45 pm I 06 !• i; Arrive*- leaves Hawthorne 4:50 pm 124*0 m leaves— Arrlves Hawthorne 6: u r m 1KI am Kinkead b.tHi p m 10:50 a m Lining. b:35 K M 10:15 am New lioston 6:55 pm 3:55 a m Soda springs 7 15 pm 3:36 am Rhode*. 7 35 P m 3:15 a m u«ll«vllle Sail*" Gmction 8:3* P M 8:05 a m « HUdeiaria. 3 10 p m 7 4o a m No. 8. No. 4. HeJleville 8 35 a m 635 p m I unction. . 8;4.» am 635 pm * Arrive*— Leaver— Uasalt 3:4 a m 4 20 pm rtummit. 1030 am 8 ;tj p m Uueen ... 11 20 a m 2 30 p m Renton. ... »2.u*am 145pm IfammiU . 12:4jpm 12.4 p s Arrives- Leave*— nishep Creek Mo pm 11.40 am Leaves— Arrive*— nisbop Creek. 2:15 pm 10:10 am Aivord . 8.00 pm 10:10 am l ibbets. . 8:45 P M 3 25am Independence 4 35 »• m h:40 a m Lone Pine 6 26 p m 7:46 a m 'WailneM 64)5 p M 7:10 am Arrives— Leaves— Keeler . . 6:15 .* *• 7:00 a m i Train 1 and 2 run dally. Train 3 -un» Monday*. W*dnw*d*y* and Fri lay*. 1 rain 4 run* Tueaday*, Thumday* and Katur day*. Pa**enger train* make clone connotion at Mound llouac wiih exprev* train* of Virginia and Tru» kec Railroad, which tonnect at Reno with «»a*t and went hound train* of Central Pa • I lie Railroad NTAUK (OANKCTIOAM. At ll«wthorne, with United .Stale* Stage Co * cttache* tor Aurora (26 mile*). Hodle (37 mile*), and for Lundy and Krldgeporl. At Liming, (125 mile* from Mound llou*e), with Gilmer, 8uli*bury A Co* triweekly >tage*, (leaving Monday*, Wedne*day» and Fri day*i for Dowueyville, GranUville and Rel moat. At Candelaria, w ith United State* Stage Co'* stage* for Columbua (ft mile*). Silver Peak. Montesuma, Alida Valley. Gold Mountain, etc. At Keeler, with *tage* for Cerro Gordro (f» milt*), Darwin (22 mile*), and Panamtnt. II. M YERINGTON, R. J. LAWK, General Superintendent. A**l«lant Superintendent. P A. RENDER, Genera) Freight and Pa**enger Agent Meat Market. Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to deal ers in the San Francisco market: Beep—First quality, .r>|@6c; sec ond quality, 4<@5c; third quality, 34@4Jc **«>.' Pottle—Live hogs, on foot, grain fed, heavy and medium, 4|(^&i)c; stock hogs, 4)($5c; dressed hogs, 7@7|c $ lb. Mutton—Wethers CJ@7c ^ lb; ewes, 6@tiic tb, Spring Lamb—12J@15c; year lings, 74c. Veal—Large, 6(a)7c; light, 7@8c; dairy calves, 8@9c. Far Over Fifty Yrara Mkh. Win,i.ow'iiSoothin<i Sysir ha, been u.ed Id rover flflv year, bv iiillllmin of mother, lor their children while teething, with perfect ,uc ce„». It .nothe. the child, ,oflene the rum*, allay. all pain, cure, wind colic, and 1, the he.t remedy for lllarrhira. It will relieve the poor little .ufferer Immediately- Sold by Uruggl.t, In every part of the world. Twenty-five rent, a bottle. He .lire and a-k for "Mr. Win,low‘, Soothing Syrup." and take no other kind. BBIF.K IRMTIOR. —Bar silver, 63. —The river is still raising. — Babbit metal for sale at this office in quantities to suit. —Mrs. D. C. Fox left for San Francisco last Sunday evening. —Capt. Davis left for Sacramento Thursday evening on dredge bnsi ness. —Supt. Davis was around set tling up Dredge Company accounts this week. —J. E. Gignoux and wife came in fiom their Walker river ranch this week. —A communication received last evening came too late for publica tion this week. —A. L. Fish and wife left here Wednesday evening for a visit to San Francisco and the Midwinter Fair. — Mrs. August Depoali has been quite seriously ill this week, and at one time was not expected to re cover. — If you need a sewing machine call at this office and see the one we have for sale before purchasing elsewhere. —Sheriff Donnelly has been out in the agricultural districts this week looking al ter jurymen to serve on the 2tith. —Gophers are becoming quite numerous on the New Jerusalem ranches, and are threatening the alfalfa crop. Yesterday was Arhor Day and the school ehildren had a vacation. Not many trees were planted about the town, however. —Mrs. J. C. Hazlett returned from California the first of this week, called home by the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. D. F. Randall. —There would not have lieen much of a peach crop hereabouts this year anyway, hut since the frost of last Sunday and Monday nights the crop will lie extremely light. —Now comes the irrigator’s sea son of discontent; the chances are he lias played poker all Winter long, and hasn’t got a go I darned cent, and will have to get in and drill. —Mug Ilanifan and Bill Bran nan, two Virginia City toughs, were arrested ill that place Wednesday. Brannan was so abusive that he got a swift poke in the mug from one of the officers that floored him and knocked it couple of teeth down I his throat. l.a! According to the Enterprise after Mr. Strother holds his meeting in Carson sometime next week, the “dogs of war” will la; turned loose and shall not he restrained until right and justice he proclaimed in every valley and on every hill-top, in the State of Nevada. Let every! true son of Nevada work with aj will for the reinstatement of the Republican party of Nevada. No matter what the Populists may tell you. The Republican party is the only party in this great country that stands before the people per manently the champion of silver. Johnny, ain't your fingers blis tered? What party demonetized silver? What party failed to right the wrong for twenty years? What party only has thirteen votes in the House forsilver? Rut, reader, don’t listen to a Populist, for Christ’s sake, because one hundred per cent of them have shown by their votes that they are for free and unlimited coinage of silver. Pont’t think, shoulder your ballot, march to the polls and vote for the Republicans. They may give you a job at as much as 50 cents a day but will be content with |50 themselves. Re a hog, shut your eyes and vote two times, or as many as you can, for the Republicans next Fall. Htsh Jiaka The Odd Fellows of this place and a number of visiting brethren from Carson and Virginia City, had a high old time here Thnrsda even ing. The occasion was the initia tion of J. W Carter, W. I). Gan der and Peter Mohn, all of Smith Valley, Into the mysteries of the Order. The three degrees were all conferred upon each candidate, and the work was not finished until 3 o’clock the next morning. The merry crowd then adjourned to the Union Hotel to lunch, after which they sought their respective homes Mfole a Horae and Burk board Last Wednesday morning deputy Sheriff Dreyfuss arrested a man here, who gave his name as G. W. Davis, for selling a horse and buck hoard that did not belong to him. Last Monday Davis hired the rig of T. K. Hymers, in Reno, to drive to Virginia City. He drove to that place and kept on down to Silver City, where he sold the rig to Mrs. Geyer for $45. After purchasing the rig Mrs. Geyer found Hymer’s name on a couple of the robes, and suspecting that something was wrong, she telegraphed to Hymers and found the rig she had bought had been hired of him. When Davis sold the rig he walked to Dayton, and when arrested was about to take the south-bound train for Belleville. He did not deny selling the rig, but said it was his and that he bad driven it all the way from Arizona. Davis was put in jail to await the arrival of Hy mers, who telegraphed be would In here Wednesday evening. Thurs day morning Hymers identified his rig and left for home with it. Davis was allowed to continue on his wav to Belleville after turning over all the money be had left of the $45. to Mrs. Geyer. This was $39.25, so the lady was the only loser on the deal; but Davis is the luckiest man in seven counties. Thr 4'omblnMiiwM Tunnel. John Hickey and Antone DeMar tines have just completed their con *ract of running 800 feet of tunnel to drain the Holden Eagle, North ern Bell, Independent and other mines in the vicinity of Silver City. This drain tunnel is now nearly 2,000 feet in length, and is being pushed ahead with all possible speed. It is running through ground that heretofore it has been impossible to prospect without the aid of expensive pumping machin ery, and this ground has been very productive of gold. F. 8. Lacrouts and R. P. Keating are the leading men in this enterprise, and when the tunnel is finished anil connect ions made with the mines, a healthy little hooin may be looked for in Silver City. Took n Mlioi ai Him. Last Friday night, about 9:30 o’clock, as Fred Barnes was going to bed, he saw a man looking in at his window. He immediately blew out the light and went into another room where he obtained a pistol. In the dark he stumbled over a chair, making a noise, which evi dently frightened the man outside, who ran and jumped over the back fence. Fred ran after him and tired several shots at him, none of which took effect, however. There is some foxy thief about this town that will yet get a dose of lead. NprrincN CaNm. S II. Clifford, New Casset, Wis.. wa> troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disorded, his Liver Mas affected 10 an alarming degree, appetite fell away, .md he was terribly reduced in flesh an«i si length. Three bottle* of EUctric Hit lers i ured him Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, III., had a running sore on his leg of right years’ stand ing. U»ed three bottle* of Electric Hitter* anti >even boxes of Hucklen's Arnica Salve, and Ins leg i*. sound and well. John Speak er, Catawba, () , had live large Fever sores on Ins leg, dt»cto>s *aid he wa* incurable. One bottle Electric Hitters and one Im»x Hucklen's Arnica >alve cured him emirely. Sold bv T J. A. Flaws. Harry Kelly Dies. Harry Kelley, the young Car son lioy who eame up from San Francisco to Reno with the Indus trial Army last week, and who re ceived serious injuries by jumping off the rapidly moving train at Reno, died at his home in Carson last Saturday morning. He was a brother of Mrs. A. J. Newman, of this place. His burial took place Monday. Barkin', train Halve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruis es, *ore», ulcer*, salt rheum, fever sores, tet ter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to wive perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 2$ cents per box. For sale by Flaws. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE Mil ver City Mehool Report. Following is the report of the Silver City public school for the month of March, W. E. Barney, principal and Miss Laura F. French assistant teacher: GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. Number of boys enrolled, 14; No. of girls enrolled, 6; total, 20. Honor Roll—Leona Allen, 98; Kate Kennedy, 98; May Kennedy, 99; Lillie Williams, 99; Dave Hic key, 99; Will Lawson, 99; Fred Ninnjg, 98; Le's Taylor, 96; Cbas. Tinney, 98; Earnest Barney, 98. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Number of boys enrolled, 12; No. girls enrolled, 13; total. 25. Honor Roll—Carrie Allen, 98; May Boston, 99; Vera Boston, 98; Fern Dovey. 95; Birdie Lester, 97; Edith Lester, 95; Stella Lawson, 95; Eva McTigue. 99; Mabel Me Tigue, 97; Mamie Tinnie, 98; Char lie Allen, 97; Fred Berg, 97; John Ellis, 97; Mart Hickey, 95; Willie Tinnie, 99; Chester Taylor, 98. Fir** at Nil ver Miar IHutrlct. The fine residence of Mr. Charles Warren, at Douglass, Silver Star Mining District, together with the household furniture contained in the building, was destroyed by fire last week. The origin of the fire is unknown. Warren’s family left the premises jbout one o’clock to visit the family of Col. Cutting, in Rebel Canyon, anil on their return at five o’clock found nothing but smoulder ing ruins. The fine hunting dog, “(ien. Mosby,” owned by the“Rebel Brigadier,” perished in the bnild ing No insurance. Tin* Complexion of a Cltineoe Is not yellower than that of an unfortunate in dividual whose liver complaint ha» a,Mimed the chronic form. The eyeballs of the sufferer assume a saffron hue, there is dull pain in the region of the organ affected, the tongue is coated, breath sour, sick headaches usually but not always occur, and there is sometimes diz ziness on arising from a sitting posture. Con stipation and dyspepsia are also attendants of this very common ailment, always in its aggra vated form, liabie to breed abscesses of the liver, which are very dangerous, llostetter's Momach Hitters wholly eradicates it. as well as the troubles compiii ated with it and which it originates. In chills and fever, a complaint which always yields to the Hitters, the liver is seriously Involved. This fine alterative tonic removes costive ue»* and Indigestion, rheumat ic. nervous and kidney trouble and debility. Trees*. French prune trees $15 per hun dred, 12J cents each by the 1000 and 25 cents each by the dozen. Apples, Pears, Cherries. Plums and general nursery supplies and shade trees etc. Nevada or California grown. We have reduced prices one half. Ten kinds of late apple trees with a view to the San Fran cisco market. Manager and sales man. John Wood, Carson Nursery Carson, Nev. How’s This*! We offer One Hundred Hollars Reward for any case of Catarrh tha* cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Che ney for the la»t fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga tions made by their firm. West A Truax, Whole-ale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldino, Kinnan A Marvin. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. | Hall s Catarrh Cure U taken internally, act ; itig directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Pri« e 75c. per bottle. Soldi by all druggi ts Testimonials free. The .\ew TrraMurer. Ge<>, Richard, Deputy State Treas urer formerly, has been appointed as State Treasurer to fill the vacan cy made by the death of John Egan. Mr. Richard has appointed Frank McCollough as his deputy. -—— Awarded Highest Honors at World’s Fair. Ttie o.i',v l*iii.- i/rtaui of T .rt .r i’owilur.—N> Aiomouin; X j Aiutn. lifted i.s Mi.iiouj of 11 >mos ---40 Yeara tLe Stan* a:» Vnlnalile PrmpiifM Free. We wish to introduce our System Pills into every home. We know that we manufacture the very best remedy on earth for the cure of Constipation. Biliousness, Sick Headache, Kidney troubles, Torpid Liver, etc.; and that when you have tried these pills you will gladly rec ommend them to others, or take an agency, and in this wav we shall have a large, well-paying demand created. As a special inducement for every reader of this paper to try these pills and take an agency at once, we will give to each person who sends 25 cents in cash, or 30 cents in stamps, for a box of System Pills, one of the following presents: A handsome gold watch, a good silver watch, a valuable town lot, a genuine diamond ring, a casket of silverware or a genuine five dol lar gold piece. Every purchaser gets one of the above presents. There are no exceptions. Shaw Remedy Co., Rutherford, N. J. A Lucky Kuna way. Last Saturday afternoon, when about to return to Dayton from Sil vi r City, Sheriff Donnelly’s horse ran away. Donnelly was about to step into the buggy when the ani mal became frightened and started off before the driver could gather up the lines. The horse came down the canyon at a lively rate and did not stop until he reached New Jeru salem. No damage was done ex cept a Blight break in the buggy top. A HouMchnld Treasure. I). W. Fuller, of Cannjohnrie, N. Y., says that he a I way* keep* I Jr. King’s New Dis covery in the liou*e and his family has al ways found the very best results follow its use; that he would not Ite without it, if uro curable. G. A. Dykemnn Dtuggi*i, Cats kill, N. Y.t sat s that Dr. King’s New Dis covery is undoubtedly the l>e»i Cough rein ed* ; (hat he has used it in his family for right year*, and it has never failed 10 do all that is claimed for it. Why not irv a rem edy so long iried and tested. Trial bottles free a T. J.A. Flaw-. Krgular size 50c. and Si.00. Trying to Mcll. The Mason Valley Mangier man is desirous of selling his plant. This is one of his old fakes. He travels around the country periodi cally, gathers up a lot of printer’s junk, starts a paper and then tries to sell it out at a figure about four times greater than a new outfit can be purchased for. Sometimes he catches a sucker, and then again, he don’t. MornonN In Canada A colony of Mormons, 93 fami lies, have bought 700,000 acres of land l»etween Lee’s creek, St. Mary’s creek and Pot Hole river in Ottawa, and made the village of Cardston their headquarters. They run a cheese factory, a sawmill and other industries, and maintain a church and school. I. 0.0 K Drlrgmlra. The following delegates to the Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F., to be held in Virginia City next June, have been elected to represent Dayton Lodge: James Scott, J. H. Drey fususs, Mat. Tailleur, John Lothrop, F. A. Strauss, Wm. Alii. BULLION TAX. j _ J^Jbticei* hereuy given that the taxes on PROCEEDS OF MINES, -FOR THE Quarter Kndiig March 81th. 1*94, Are now due and payable, and that the law in regard to their collection will be strictly en forced. A. W. B1flANN, Assessor of Lyon Couity. Dated April 5th, 1894. W. E. F. DEAL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE: Hank ef California Building. Virginia City, Nevada.