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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday.May 19, 1894. Entered at the Fostofice, Dayton, as second class mail matter. ii. H. kELMH«4«. 330 Fine street, ban Francisco, is our authorized Agent in Cal. aiivi:utini\c KATKN: Legal advertising, per square of ten lines of nonpariel .$ 2 50 Each subsequent insertion. 1 00 Commercial advertising, single column, tier inch per month. 100 Double column, per inch. 1 50 Discount of 10 per cent, on commercial"ads" standing three months; 25 per cent, on "ads" •tsuding six months; 40 per cent, on "ads" standing one year. Local notices, per line of nonpariel, first insertion. .$ .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line.05 No deviation from above prices In Memorium Resolutions published in the Timkh will be charged for at the rate ol ten cents per line. 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The Postmaster who neglects to give the legal notice uj the neglect of a person to take from the of fice the newspaper address* d tv him is liable to the publisher for the subscription price. TZUB TADIjB —or th*— CARSON A COLORADO R. R. -TAKING KKKKC'T NOV. Q8d, 1808. from I lo Mound Hou*e Mound llou»e STATIONS.__ No. 1. No. 2. Leave— Arrive*— Mound House 10:50 a m 6 AS f m Layton. II 30 r M 630 e m Clifton . 12:10 f M 4:40 pm Fort Churchill 1240 pm 410 pm !"!*" Cleaver . 1-0 pm SUim Ma*oU . 2 00PM 2 M) pm Kio Vi»ta. 236 pm 235 P M Schurz. 8s 5 pm 1:45 pm Uiliis. 8 45 pm 106 P K Arrive. Leave*— Hawthorne ... 4:5© pm 1'2.o0m Leave*— Arrive* Hawthorne .... 6:.o f m 113 am Kinkead . bOtiPM 10:50 a m Lunin*. 0 46 p m 10.16 a m New Boston 6:65 p m »:55 a m Soda springs 7 15 p m 546 am Rhode*. 7 35 pm 0:15 am . !^| * - function. 84-* P M 6:05 am Candelaria. v lO p m 7 40 a m No. 8. No. 4. Belleville .... 846 am 6 as pm Junction. 8:45 am 6.35 pm Arrive*— Leave* — Basalt V4 a m 4 ‘20 p M Summit . 1040 a * 8 30pm queen . 11 2u m ‘2 30 r m Benton . *i»'AM l 45 pm Hainmill . 1245 pm 12:50 pm Arrive*- Leave*- | Bishop Creek 145 pm 1140am Leave* Arrive*— Bishop Creek. 2:15pm 10:10am Alvor«l. 2 00pm 10:10 am Tibhef*. 2:4-5 pm V:26 a M Independence 4 86 p m f:40 a m Lone Pine 636 pm 7:45 am Swansea. 61*5 p m 7:10 a m Arrives- Leave*— Keeler. 6:16/- 7:00 am I rMT l and 2 run daily. Tram 8 -tin* Monday*, Wednesday* and Fri day*. I rain 4 run* Tuesday*, Thursday* and Satur day*. Pa*-«*mr«T train* make close connexion at Mound House with empress train* of Virginia and l'ru» kee Railroad, which tonntct at Reno with ea*t and west-bound train* of Central Pa ciflc Railroad. STACK 4'OSNt:€'TIOXM. At Hawthorne, with United State* Stage Co’* coache* tor Aurora (2»» mile*) Bodie (37 mile*), and lor Lundy and Bridgeport. At Luuing, (125 mile* from Mound llou*e), with Gilmer, 8uli*biiry A Co'* triweekly stage*, (leaving Monday*, Wedne*day» and Krf day*> for DowncyvUle. GrsnUville and Bel nont. At Candelaria, with United State* Stage Co'* stage* for Columbus (8 miles), Hilver Peak. Montesuma, Alida Valley. Gold Mountain, etc. At Keeler, with *tage* for Cerro Gnrdrn (ft miles), Darwin (22 mile*), and Panamint. 11. M YERINGTON, R. J. LAWS, General Superintendent i Assistant Superintendent. D. A. BENDER, General Freight and Pa**enger Agent. Meat Market. Following an* the rates lor whole carcasses from slaughterers to deal era in the San Francisco market: Beef—First quality, 5^@6c; sec ond quality, 4i®5c; third quality, 34M4*c ft,. I’oKk—Live hogs, on foot, grain fed, heavy and medium, 4j(d>5)c; stock h"gs, 44®f)c; dressed hogs, 7@7$c V Ih. Mutton—Wethers Gj@7c ^p lb; ewes, 6(650jc ^ lb, Spring Lamb—12j@15c; year lings, 7jc. Veal—Large, 6(<?)7c; light, 7@8c; dairy calves, 8($9c. Hilver l*ariy Merlin*. The State Central Committee of the Silver Party of Nevada will hold a meeting in Reno, Nevada, on Wednesday, May 23d, 1894, at 10 o’clock a. m. A full attendance is requested. G. S. Nixon, H. P. Flannery, Chairman. Secretary. BRiRr krutiob. —Bar silver, (32^. —Work is progressing rapidly on the dredge. — Fred Strauss left for the Fair last Sunday evening. —Babbit metal for sale at this office in quantities to suit. —Buttonholes will soon be worn much larger in political circles. —James Berry returned to Day ton this week after a long absence in Mexico. —The frost of Monday and Tues day nights was death to tomato and cucumber plants. —John Lothrop and wife and the Misses Lillie and Susie, left lor San Francisco last Sunday evening. — Frank Iirann, a stepson of F. W. Braun’s, arrival here from San Francisco Thursday on a visit. —Mrs. C. A. Bailey presented her husband with another daughter yesterday morning. -AH are well. — Dana Brown, formerly conduc tor on the C. & C. It. R., is captain of a tugboat on the Sound at Seattle —The largest silver nugget ever found was taken out of a Colorado mine last week. It is worth over $25,000. — There was a slight shower of warm rain yesterday afternoon, and the indications are that we will have more. —If the annual cleun-up at the Carson mint is finished by the 20th, the new Superintendent will take charge on that date. — The meeting of the Silver Party State Central Committee will take place in Repo on the 23d, m>t the 24th, as some papers are adver-' Using it. —G. C. Fish came in from Gar field 'Tuesday, and Wednesday left for Alameda, where his wife’s sister, Mrs. Barnum, lies dangerously ill with paralysis. —Wells, Fargo & Co.’s office at Soda was reopened May 3d. Miss Maggie Douglass is agent. Cause: Increase of business to and from Silver Star District.—liullttin. —The Times acknowledges the re ceipt of a copy of the Popular Edi tion of the Statistician and Econo mist, published by L. P. McCarty, M4 California St., San Francisco Cal. —Nearly a foot of snow fell in Como Monday night and Tuesday morning there was ice there over an inch thick. Snow also covered the ground quite low down on the foothills. —The Misses Minnie and Dora Gruber, Miss Lillie Tailleur and Miss Daisy Perry, of this place, and Miss Lotta Fish, of Pine Grove, left here Sunday evening to visit the Fair. —J. II. Rae, Jr., left for San Francisco last Sunduy to put his "King of Salves” on the market and make arrangements fot its sale on this coast. The remedy has true merit. —Printer’s ink is now being used to fave young orchards from the! ravages of the cut worm. An ex- j change remarks that pests of all kinds have a natural aversion for pri.iter’s ink. i iv • » r. — appcpm'i iHuini 10 amimu mu i poll taxes and making the veirl v levy. He says he thinks values will hold up pretty well in the coun ty this year, except on horses und some mill property. —A beautiful headstone arrived here this week from Butte City, Mont., to lie erected over the grave of Miss linth Brant, who died here March 13th, 1891. It was sent by her mother. John X. Crowley has lieen patting the stone in place. —The Times acknowledges com plimentary tickets to a musical and literary entertainment and a social dance to be given by tbe 8torey County Councils, O. C. F., at Piper's Opera House, in Virginia City, on the 28th, the occasion being the 15th anniversary of the Order. —Carsonites cannot even get through a school election without an opposition ticket in the field. A ticket was nominated at a mass meeting, hut not suiting tho old gang, the Kepubs. have put another ticket in the field. It seems hard for them to let go of anything. —If you suddenly turn a corner and see a dazzling streak of red shoot up or down Main street, do not be alarmed. It is net a comet that has struck the earth, but is simply Isaac Cohn’s newly painted red wagon. But Isaac charges no more now than he used to for haul ing freight. The Bale IIrirt The San Francisco Report says that the contract of Janies G. Rule with the Con. Virginia Company will expire on June 1st. The por tion of the mine covered by the contract has been explored very thoroughly and systematically, hot up to (late no ore body has been found. Others say that Mr. Rule was delayed two weeks in the start ing, therefore he will be allowed two weeks further time after June 1st. Should he have the good luck to show up indications of approach to his promised bonanza, he will doubtless be given further time by the Con. Virginia Company. He certainly doe* persist in the asser tion that the bonanza is there, and that he can find it. Jim had better take another “sit ting” with the Woshoe Seeress. Running Agulnut the Kallruad. George Slingerland left here last Tuesday for Keno with a six-horse freight team, to haul freight from that place over the grade to Virgin ia City merchants, in opposition to the railroad. He has the hauling for a number of the largest firms in Virginia at the rate of #5 per ton. The railroad charges $(5. At this rate, and by making a trip a day with two-ton loads, George has figured out that there ought to be a good living in the business. If the railroad does not reduce rates lielow what teams can afford to haul for there may be something in the busi ness as long as the weather and roads continue good. Ilawihornr lllairiet. The mines in Hawthorne District, Esmeralda county, ore showing up fairly well, of course only those that produce gold being worked to any extent. Cook & Hamlin have some gixxl ore in their mine which they are extracting and shipping to Selby & Co. The ore from this mine contains gold and lead. The War Eagle mine, owned by Wad dell & Kimball, is also showing some gixxl ore. as is also the New York mine. These are the three principal properties in the district at present, though the other mines are lx-ing worked occasionally show up some good streaks of gold. .rinit m iitiiit 111 itnIvy 10 niMtirii The uo»t inhuman outrage*, outrage* which would di-era e the ravage, man perpetrates upon hi* own system by swallowing drastic purgative* which convulse his stomach, ago nise hi* intestine* and weaken hi* system. Many people cm stantly do thin under the im pre»»lon that medicaments only which are vio lent in their action, and particularly \ atharti. *, are of any avail. Irreparable injury to health in wrought under this mistaken idea The lax ative which most nearly approaches the bene fit lent action 01 nature is Hostetter's Htoma.-h Hitters, which is painless but thorough, and in vigoraie* the intestinal canal instead of weak ening and irrila’ing it. ihe liver and the stomach share In the benign di*< ipllne institu ted by thi* «omprehetisive medicine, whose healthful influence is felt throughout the sys tem. Malarious, rheumatic, kidney and nerv ou* complaint* oucoumb to it. Hirreinof \ew ¥wrk The Yerington Dramatic Club, which rendered the “Street* of New York” to a large Hn<l appreciative audience at Yerington on the 10th and 11th. will produce the *ame drama here at the Odd Fellows’ Hall on the evening of Decoration Day, the HOth. The ea*t of char acter* will be the same with the ex ception that Mr*. Coftin of thi* place will take the part of leading lady in the play instead of Mr*. Smart Mr. liobin*on, who i* managing the show, i* experienced in the business, and promise* an evening of amuse ment to all who attend. Hrafnraa Cauiiat bi* t urril by local application*, a* they lannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitu tiona) remedies. Deaine*t is caused by an in tlamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kustachian Tube. When this tube get* intiam ed you have a rumbling sound or impcriect hearing, and wheu it i» entirely closed deal ness is the result, and unless the Intlautiuatiun can be taken out aud this tube restored to it* nor mal condition, hearing will be destroyed lor ever; nine out of ten a'e caused l»y t at arrh. which is nothing but an inflamed .on dition of the mucous surface*. We will give One Hundred Hollar* for any case of deatne**. caused by , a'arrh that, annul be . ured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for eir cularn, tree K J. CHKftBY A Co., Toledo, O. £9~3old by Druggists, 7«>c. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report m wffwvi Absolutely pure Oaytan Hrheal Report. Following is the report of the Dayton public school fo the month of May, Frank Macbeth, principal and Miss Maggie Mack, assistant tercher: GRAMMAR GRADE. Whole number of days attend ance, 591; days absence, 31; tardi ness, 0; number of boys enrolled, 20; number of girls enrolled, 14; total enrolled, 34; average number belonging, 33; average daily attend ance, 31; percentage of attendant on average number lielonging, 93£. PRIMARY GRADE. Number of boys enrolled, 20; number of girla enrolled, 17; total, 37; percentage of attendance, 94. Honor Roll—Vetty Davis, 96; Joe Mack, 95; Clyde Johnson, 95; Ivy Reynolds, 95; Johnny Davis. 96; Henry Guild, 95; Richmond Lothrop, 96; Harry Coffin, 96; Jes sie Lnthrop, 95; Fanny Perkins, 95; Clara Dreyfnss, 95; Bertha Davis, 95. _ Editorial PhlloNophy. When a friend turns out to be a trump, then is the time to discard. Generally a man can get into fash ionable society with a golden wedge. Generally the more aimless a boy is the better he likes to run around with a shotgun. There is nothing like had luck to set a man ahout making a mental inventory of his friends. A man denies himself pleasures when he is young that he may have money to pay out to the doctors when he is old. Nr w Bl ark uni I tth Mhop. Tom Sullivan has leased a por tion of E. Pierini’s lot on Main street, and moved the old Wester Held stable onto it, and will start in the blacksmithing business at an early date. Tom is an A No. 1 blacksmith, and those who have any repairs to be made to either a locomotive or ^cambric needle can lie assured of getting a good job done if the work is taken to Tom. A Million PrlrndM. A friend in need is a Iriend indeed, and not 1 ** than one million people have fiund ju«t such a Irund in Dr. King’* N* w Discovery for Consumption, Cough*, and Cod*.— If jou have nrv. r u*ed this Great Cough Medicine, one (ml will convince you ihai it h'tft won<ter'ul curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lung*. Each h.»itle is guaranteed to do all that i* claimed or money will he refunded. Trial lN)nle» free at Flaw*. Large hollies 50c. and $!. II Uh nurr The river raised over three feet iiere this week, and necessitated the raising of the dam hy the Dredge Company, so the water would not overflow. No damage was done, and the cold snap caused the vol ume of water to diminish consider ably during the past two days. Tilt* Mprlng Mt*illrint*. "All run down” from the weakening effect* of warm weather, you need a good tonic and blood purifier like Hood a Haroaparilla. Do not put off taking it. Numerous little aitiuenta if negle ted. will soon break up the system. • ake Hood a r>ar*aparilla now. t» expel disease and give you strength and appetite. HimmI'm Pll In are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. Harmless, reliable, sure. W II. V. 4alt»*'»u*N Murce*rt*r. Carson, May 17.—It. Larimer, head teacher of the Stewart Institu te Indian School has been appoint ed Superintendent of the school, vice W. D. C. Gibson, who resigned this morning. Hurklru’n Arulru Halve. The be-t salve in the world for cut*, bruis es sor< »t ulcets, salt rhutn, fever sores, tet ter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Pi ice 25 cents per box. For sale by Flaws Awarded Highest Honors at World’s Fair. 1 Tlio oaly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammouia; No Alum U.-.ed in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Stand... I Mllvrr City Mrhoot Report. Following is the report of the Silver City public school for the month of April, W. E. Barney, Principal and Miss Laura French assistant teacher:' GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. Number of boys enrolled, 11; No. of girls enrolled, 6; total, 17. Honor Roll—Lillie Williams, 99; Leona Allen, 99; Kate Kennedy, 99; May Kennedy, 98; Will Law son, 100; Fred Ninnis, 98; Clarence Stock, 98; Arthur Williams, 98; Louise Taylor, 95; Dave Hickey, 97; Chas. Tinney, 98. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Number of boys enrolled, 12; No', of girls enrolled, 11; total 23. Honor Roll—Carrie Allen, 99; Fern Dovey, 95; Stella Lawson. 96; Eva McTigue, 96; Charlie Allen, 97; Fred Berg, 95; John Ellis, 97; John Hickey, 95; Mart. Hickey, 96; Chester Taylor, 97; Willie Tinney, 95. _ Ah Kspcrlrd. We did not expect that the Mang ier man would define his position. It would be a pretty hard puzzle to work out. And as for the Times, it is not necessary for anybody to | ask what its policy is. They can ,tell by reading it, which is more than they can do by reading the Mangier. Those who don’t care are probably the ones who felt the same way about two years ago, and have not got over their soreness yet. But we will tell you where the Mangier man stands politically pretty soon. You can depend on the Times to give you the news. It is correct so far. for Over Fifty Yraro Mrs. Winslow'* Soothino syrup has been used for over fifty year* by millions of mother* for their children while teething, with perfe« t *uc eeon. It soothe* the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind coli. , and is the best remedy for Diarrhrea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately, bold by f ruggist* in every pari of the world. Twenty-five »enta a bottle He sure and a.-k for "Mr* Winslow'* Soothing Syrup.'' and take no other kind. Tlir liidunf rlalM. Several hundred industrials are now in Reno. They gave a very oreditable minstrel show there one night this week. They entend to move on as soon as possible, hnd are a p.-acable lot of men as a rule. Invalid 3 Years, Cured by Hood’s “C. I. flood & Co., I.owe]!, Mass.: •■Gentlemen:—I am glad to tell you that I have been given good health by Hood's Sarsaparilla. For three years I was an In valid, suffering terribly from Nervousness and Lameness. ** I was so nervous I could not bear tlie least noise, and I had to walk with crutches fur six months, as I could not put one of my feet to the floor. Physicians did not do me any good, so a friend told me to get Hood’s Sar saparilla, but I tald There Was No Use. “However, after thinking tlie matter over, I de cided to give it a trial, and have taken six bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the re sult Is that I nm well as any one could wIsh to be, and can do any kind of work. 1 ad vise all my friends to take Hood's Sarsapa rilla for I believe It will do them good." Miss SrsiE Dodson, Colton, California. Hood’s pills cure liver Ills, constipation, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion. W. E. F. DEAL, \TTORNEY AT LAW, o r r i o ■ : Bask of California BalMlat, Virginia City, Nevada.