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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
DAYTON, - - NEVADA. Saturday. May 12, 1894. \Vn are often asked where our contemporary, the Mangier, stands politically; nobody seems to be able to tell by reading that sheet. Well, it is hard to say, but at heart the Mangier is Democratic, although two years ago its editor was a Re publican for a while because he was running a paper in a Republican county. He had to be bought to advocate the Silver Party in any way at all, and just now he is sy phaxing around to see which party he can get the most coin out of. That party he will advocate, no matter where principle may be con cerned, This is about as near as we can size our content, up now, but we may become better posted soon. Then the news will be yours. The land, including all the natu ral sources of wealth, is the heritage of all the people and shonld not be monopolized for speculative pur poses. and alien ownership of land should be prohibited. All lands now held by railroads and other corporations in excess of their ac tual needs, and all lands now own ed by aliens, should lie reclaimed by the Government a.id held for ac tual settlers only. The above is another plank in the People’s party Platform. Can you find anything like it for point edness in any Democratic or Repub lican national platform? This is another good reason for an Ameri can being a Populist. If this government is not taking the right steps to bring about the greatest rebelion of the age, we miss our guess. The time may not be ripe yet< but at no distant day, if the unemployed are not listened to, there will tie an uprising that all the militia in the land cannot quell. The people are in sympathy with the people, and their influence with themselves will be considerable to down despotism. Arthur McEwen’s Weekly Letter says: This Letter is a mistake. I shall stop its publication with the present number. This is about what the Times in timated when the first issue of the Letter was received at this office. McEwen tired very soon, or else he found he could make more money by ceasing publishing the Letter than he could by publishing it. Coxey has been convicted of walking on the grass in Washing ton. Holy Mother! what a grand and glorious country this is getting to be. And what a serious charge to make againBt a man by a gov ernment that it is claimed is of, by and for the people! Loi*k out, Coxey, or you and your army will get hung. Keep off the grass, but keep in the middle of the road. The plutocratic press has been ! charging that the armies moving on j to Washington are composed main-j ly of professional tramps. Blit I when Kelly called the roll of 12001 for carpenters to build his fleet of flathoats 600 carpenters stepped to J the front. The balance of his com-1 monwealers belong to other inhiife trial trades. The Democratic party, for a double decade, begged the Ameri can people for a chance to admin ister the Government. The chance was given it. What a mess that party has made. How complete a failure can be shown by the Demo-; cratic party. The national financial system i inaugurated, maintained and still advocated by the Republican party i is the cause of the present inoneta-1 ry condition. For perpetuation of this condition, for continuance of •'hard times,” support the Republi can party. What great legislation we are having. Matters of importance are thrust aside to make way for debate upon the question whether or not Congress shall make an appropria tion to carry on the extermination of the Russian thistle. Such a bill has been reported adversely. Great sailor, but we have statesmen now adays. Valuable Prrarnla 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 way we shall have a large, well-paying demand created. As a special inducement tor 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 rive dol lar gold piece. Every purchaser gets one of the above presents. There are no exceptions. Shaw Remedy Co., Rutherford, N. J. Tired. Hrik, Nri-vuim. Means impure blood, and over work or too much strain on brain and body. The only way tocureis to feed the nerves on pure blood. Thousands of people certify that the best blood purifier, the best nerve tonic and strength builder is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. What it has done for others it will also do for you— Hood’s Cures. Nervousness, loss of sleep, loss of appetite and general debility all disappear when Hood’s Sarsaparilla is persistently taken, and strong nerves, sweet sleep, strong body, sharp appetite, and in a word, health and happiness follow the use of Hood’s Sarsaparilla. The strong point about Hood’s Sarsaparilla is that they are per manent, because they start from the solid foundation of purified, vitali zed and enriched blood. They Want Xmme». The Russell Art Publishing Co., of 928 Arch street, Philadelphia, desire the names and address of a few people in every town who are interested in works of art, and to secure them they offer to send free, “Cupid Guides the Boat,” a superb ly executed water color picture, size 10 x 13 inches, suitable for framing, and sixteen other pictures abcut same size, in colors, to any one sending them at once the names and address of ten persons (admirers of fine pictures) together with six two cent stamps to cover expense of mailing, etc. The regular price of these pictures is $1.00, but they can all he secured free by any person forwarding the names and stamps promptly. The editor of this paper has already received copies of above pictures and considers them really “Gems of Art.” nan m inhumanity to nimneir The most inhuman outrages, outrages which would disgrace the savage, man perpetrate* upon his own system by swallowing drastic purgatives which convulse his stomach, ago nize his intestines and weaken his system. Many people constantly do this under the iin pression that medicaments only which are vio lent in their action, and particularly cathartics, are of any avail. Irreparable injury to health is wrought under this mistaken idea The lax ative which most nearly approaches the bene fit ient action of nature is Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, which is painless but thorough, and in vigorates the intestinal canal instead of weak ening and irritating it. The liver and the stomach share in the benign discipline institu ted by this comprehensive medicine, whose healthful intluence is felt throughout the sys tem. Malarious, rheumatic, kidney and nerv ous complaints succumb to it. A Quarter Ontury Test. For a quarter of a century Dr. King’s New Discovery has been tested, and the millions who have rectived benefit* from its use tes tify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest ami Lung*. A remedy that has stood the te*t so long, knd that has given so universal satisfaction, is no experiment. Eech lioiile is positively guar anteed to give relief, or the money will be refunded. It is admitted lobe the iro*t re liable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at Flaws. Large size 50c. and fl. . __-- •. Chas. 3D. Mnclt. Attorney-at-Law. K00111 7. Odd Fellow*' II11 ii ding. Virginia City, Nevada. NOTARY PUBLIC ANP OOMM ItfMOVFR OF DEKDfc J. R. SHAW, . -DEALER IN HAY. GRAIN AND LUMBER, MAIN ST, DAYTON, NBV. All Kinds of Building Mate rial Kept on Hand. HORNKM m> 4XI» HT4RI.F.I*. The Place for Banchers to Put Up When in Town. This Salve, for quick relief and speedy cure of PILES j is equal, if not superior to. any medical or sur i gical treatment known It speaks for itself after one or two applications It has been put I upon the maiket at the earnest solicitation of many who have been benefltted by its use, at the low price of 20 db OO Cts. For Box. ££^*Send for Circular and Testimonials to J H. KAE, Jr.. Dayton, Nevada. For Cuts, Sores. Bruises, Chilblains, Chapped Hands, Salt Kheutn, Fever Sores, letter, and all Skin Eruptions, you will And this Salve to possess all the virtue that could be wished for. Attention is called to its rapid relief for burns, no matter how serious. The pain is re lieved instantly. No kitchen should be with out it. Hcalded, or sore feet, are relieved in a sur prisingly short time by its use. For all purpose* that a salve can be used for, this salve will give satisfaction far beyond its cost._ Ask your Druggist or Dealer for it. Sole Trader Notice. In the IMntrlet ( wort af the Htate of Nevada, l>yon C ounty. Id the Matter of the Application* of Mary Foote for the Priv- > lieges of Hole Trader. ) Notice Is hereby given that I. Mary Foote, wife of George Foote, resident of the town of HiiverCIty, Lyon county, Htate of Nevada, be ing desirous of availing myself of the benefits of the Act of the Legislature of the Mate of Nevada entitled "An Act to authorize married women to transact business in their own name as Hole Traders," approved February rtth. 1f#>7. intend to make applh at ion to the District Court of the Htate of Nevada, Lyon county, on Mon day. May 12th, Itj4. at 11 o'clock a. m of said day. or a* soon thereafter as the same can be heard, at the Court House, in the town of Day ton, in said Lyon county, for an order author izingmeto carry on and transact business in own name on my own account as Hole Trader The nature of the business I promise to con duct and carry on is that of mining, milling and the reduction of gold and silver ores at and near Silver City, in said Lyon county, Ne vada. and of buying and selling all kinds of real and personal property MARY FOOTE. Dated this l<ih day of April. 18 4. JOHN LO« HKOP, Attorney lor Applicant. BULLION>i TAX. J^-Otlc. 1. hereoy given that the taxes on PROCEEDS OF MINES. -FOR TH* Quarter Kudin* March 41th. 1*14, Are now due and payable, and that the law in legard to their collection will be strictly en forced . A. W. BRANN, Assessor of l.yon Courty. hated April 5th. 1*04. J. O. HAZIjBTT, PHYSICIAN AND 'SURGEON. -OFFICE ON riUo Street, Dayton, - Nevada. Can be foontl at office on hike street, or at resident e ou riecoud street, when services are required. DR. JORDAN & CO.’S i GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY 1051 Marital St., Kan FraucUeo a (Between tiih anti 7th Nth.) \ C'o »r d learn how wonderfully ' ou I A. ;*ie nuwle iii»U how m avoid tlrkne»» P^ .n-) ,| .*ua«e. Mu-euin enlarged with ''ihou-aiitU of mwobJietK. Admit Sion ?<> eta. i riviue 10*1 market Htreet - Disease* of men* stricture, loss of manhood, disease* of the skin , and kidneys qtii< kly cured without the uae of in* r eurv. '»reatweat personally or by letter. Send fur book. When visiting the Midwinter fall be sure to see Jordan * :4iiaeum Win. KEAN, -DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions, Hardware d? Mill Goods, Clottiing, Drygoods, Grocery, Tobacco, Liquors PAINTS, OILS, ETC. A Complete Stock of— Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats Constantly on Hand. S3, $4 and $5 Whisky at Kean’s. A Full Line of Wall Paper, Borders & Window Shades. Homceooathic and Patent Medicines. Older* by mail promptly attended to. IMCaIu ®t.f Dayton * DONE AT THIS OFFICE. J. L. CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR OF THE UNION M. "J I I" m1111 * M A R KET, Main Street. Dayton. Home-Cured Bacon A Hama, BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, CORNED MEATS AND Rendered Tallow. Meats delivered to Customers free of charge. THE i Qdeoq * jjaloon, PZKE STREET, DAYTON, - - NEVADA. E. Pierini, Prop. FINS WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS Dispensed to patron*. Thi* popular resort has recently been pur chased by Mi. Pierini, refitted and renovated None but the finest liquors t-erved Pine card rooms attached, (live the place a call. Don't Lose^ STOCK FOR SALE. ^ A It SON HIVEK PLACER MINI.NO AND DkKIHJINO COM PAN Y Stock f >r sale in blocks of fl.ty, <»no hundred, tlve liutidred or one thousand share*, nt KIKl'Y CKN 1'8 per share. Address. J. II. HAE. Jr.. Dayton, Nevada. SUBSCKI HE FOR Till' “TIMES.” The Cheap Cash Store! T. J. A. FLAWS —DEALER 1H — Choice Groceries, Provisions and Hardware, Furnishing Goods, Boots a Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc., Oltusswaro, Crockery, Cutlery, Liquors a Cigars, Paints, Oii.s and Patent Medicines, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season, Fresh Dairy Butter, Fresh Eggs and Eastern Cream Cheese. Main St., - Dayton. Orders by rirU Riven prompt attention. lizttzj CHEMICAL FLUID NON-POIHONOr* Trad* Hvk. Beware of Imitation*, and do not be lie* eel ved b.r Misrepresentation*. une canon mixed with «0 gallons of Cold Water will dip thoroughly ifto Sheep at the moderate roat of 1 Cent Karh rut up ip Iron Drama, each contain ing A fcngltah •»r tig Amert can gal Iona. Hold to tradp tiyKiigllali gaL auo. pacKeu in taiiun i in*, ror «uh b mb extra charge in made BmII; Applied. A Nouriiher of Wool. A Certain Core for Mcab. CATTON, BELL ACO, BOLE ACENTS, ttucrcMtor* to Kai.knkr, Bki.l £ Co., Mb* HI CaMirm tt. UIIMK1SC8. Byilnar 4E li—dH I>Mtor« in Bags, Bagging, Twine, »bears, eta. CARSON RIVER PLACER MINING -ASD DREDGING COMPANY, > i • -OFFICE No. 18, Broadway, N. Y. City. PETER EORRENTEH. Prealdenf C. G. CHRISTIE, Secretary. PATENTS Caveat* and Trade Mark* obtained, and all Pat ent bualneaa conducted for Moderiite Feen. IBur Office |m nppoNlfe I' b. I’ntent Of fice, and we can secure patent* In lean time and at leu* coat than iho*e remote from Wash Ington Send model, drawing or photo, with Icucrlptlnn We advt»e, if patentable or not, free of charge Our fee not due until patent Ih secured A Mule Hook. "How to Obtain t’atentu," with nuine* of actual cllenta In your Htatc, county, or town went free Addrc** G. A. SNOW & CO., Opp. Patent Office, Washington, I'. C.