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Sarsaparilla is carefully prepared by experienced pharmacists from Sarsa parilla, Dandelion, Man drake, Dock.Pipssisewa, Juniper Berries, and other well known vegetable remedies. The Combination, Pro portion and Process are Peculiar to Hood’s Sarsaparilla, giving it strength and curative Spower Peculiar to Itself, not pos sessed by other medicines. Hood's arsaparilla Cures Scrofula, Salt liheum, Sores, Boils, Pimples and all other affections caused by impure blood; Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism. Kidney and Liver Com Cplaints. It is Not Whal we Say, but what Hood’i Sarsaparilla Does, that Tells the Story — Hood’s Sarsaparilla URES Hood's Pills »rR KR»tlR- mtUi anti effective LYON COUNTY TIMES. Saturday. .. .September 8, 1894. Filtered at the Fostofflce, Dayton, as second class mail matter. H. kKLMMili, :M0 Fine street, Han Francisco, is our authorized Agent in t'al. 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Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has subscribed for il or not, is held in law as a subscriber. 7. The Postmaster who neglects to give the legal notice of the neglect of a person to lake from the of fice the newspaper addressed tv him is liable to the publisher for the subscription price. TIME TABLE -OF THK CARSON A COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. aod, 1800. h ruin To Mound llnu*e .Mound llou*e - I ATIONS. No 1. .No. % Leave Arrive*— Mound Houne- 10*0 a m 5*5 p m Dayton. lUm 5:20 pm Clifton. 12:10 p m 4.40 pm Fort Churchill 12:40 km 4:10 pm Wabuska ISt!*" jifsl r “ Cleaver . UWra 3*10 p M Mason . 2 00pm 1*pm Kio Vista. 235 pm 2:25 pm oehuri. 3>i5 pm 1:45 pm Gillis-. . 3:45 PM 14)8 PM Arrives— Leaves— Hawthorne ... 4:50pm 12410m Leaves— Arrives llawthorne. 5:20pm MSOim Ktnkead . 04XIPM 10:50 am Lunina.. 0215 p M 10:15 am New Boston <1 :55 pm » :55 am Hoda.sprinas 7:15 PM 2215 am Rhodes. 7:35 PM »:I6 a m Belleville. 8:45} T u I unction. 8:3.5 p M 8:05 am Candelaria. 9:10 i* M 7 40 am No. 3. No. 4. Belleville .... 8:35 am 5416 pm J unction. 8:45 a M 5:25 p m Arrive*— Leave*— lta*alt. 9:45 am 4 20 P M Summit. 10:80 a m 3 30pm Queen . 11.25am 2 30 r * Benton. 12415 am 145 pm llammlll . 12:45 P M 12*0 p M Arrive*— Leave*— Hluhop Creek .. 1:45 pm 11:40 am Leave*— Arrive*— Bl*hop Creek. 2:15 pm 10:10 am Alvord. 3:00 pm 10:10 am Tlbbet*. 8:45 pm 9:25 am Independence 4 85 p m 8:40 a m Lone Fine 5:25 pm 7:45 am Hwan*ea. 0415 P m 7:10 a m Arrive*— Leave*— Keeler. 0:15 p m 7:00 a m Tram* 1 and 2 run daily. Train 3 punb Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days. Train 4 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. Passenger vrains make close connection at Mound House with express trains of Virginia and Truekee Kail road, which connect at Keno with east and west bound trains of Central Pa cifle Railroad KTA4-T. 4 0\AF.«TI0\*. At Hawthorne, with United Stairs Stage Co’s couches for Aurora (2ti miles); llodie (37 miles); and for Lundy und Bridgeport. At Luning, (12ft miles from Mound Hotiae), witli Gilmer, Sulishury «(i Co’s tri weekly stages, (leaving Monduys, Wednesdays and l ri days) for Downeyville, UranUville and Bel mont. At ( andelarta, with Cnited States Stage Co's stages for Columbus (8 miles). Silver Peak, Montezuma, A)lda Valley, Gold Mountain, etc. At Keeler, witli stages for Cerro Gordro (fi miles), Darwin (22 miles), and Panamint. II. M. YEIUNGTOK, K. J. LAWS, General Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent. I> A HKKDKIt. General Freight and Passenger Agent. BB1KP MF.VI'IOV —Bar silver, G.5J. —Farmers have their second crop of hay nearly up. —Miss Clara Campbell departed for San Jose last week to study . music. — Mrs. J. li. Parsley returned from her visit to San Francisco last Wednesday. —Woman wastes so much ehari-; ty on men that she has none to give to her own sex. —John G. Young, Henry Wood, and Charlie Groves were in from Mason Valley this week. —The trustees and the scholars seem to be highly pleased with their new teacher, Prof. Hancock. —The Ninety-Four company has leased a portion of its ground in Gold Canyon to a company of Chinamen to work. —The new town of Kennedy is growing quite lively. There are 20 or 30 houses now built, and more in course of construction. —J. L. Campbell, 1). C. Simpson and C. VVogan are the members of the State Central Committee of the. Silver Party from Lyon county, j —Geo. M. Pullman says he is not j going to purchase a Prince for his j daughter to play with, which is proof positive that is just what lie! is going to do. —J. II. Kinkead has been elected j Chairman of the Silver Party State Central Committee, and II. P. Flannery Secretary. Good work ers both of them. —There will be more water in the river next week, as the Doug lass county ranchers will be through using it, and it will be turned into the river. —The chango in the weather is refreshing. The days and nights have been quite cool for the past week. But Foster says we shall have warm weather again after the loth. —Angus McLeod was in from Mason Valley this week. He re ports the wheat and harley crop above the average. The grain and hay crops are the best known in the valley for years. —A .lumber of Daytonites at tended the Silver State Convention Wednesday. Some of them came home that night, and the next morn ing were searching for the Chronicle to see what the convention had done. —J. R. Shaw, the would-be boss S of this county, after getting his son | out of jail in Reno, had the living j gall to think he could get the nom ! ination for State Treasuer on the Silver ticket. Even his prominence ; in Lodge affairs did not secure the I nomination for him. Not a delegate j from thiscounty would support him. I Keijuietcat in juice. ■VeilI tar to llwelf Hood s Har.-aparilla is peculiar to itself, in it strictly medicinal sense, in three important particulars, via: first, in the combination of remedial auents used: second, in the proportion in which they are mixed ; third, In the process hy which the active curative properties of the of tlie preparation are secured These three important points make Hood's Sarsaparilla pe culiar in its medicinal merit as it accoinpishes cures hitherto unknown. But It is not what we say but what Hoods Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story. What Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for others is rea son for ionfideiice that it is the medicine for you. ICeiioiniiiMtetf. Governor Waite has been renom : mated for the position of Governor j of Colorado. There was some op position to him, but it must have been small for him to receive the nomination on the tirst ballot and get all but eight votes in the con vention. Waite is all right. A «.raii<i l ent m e Of llnod'a Sarsaparilla is that while it purifies the blond and sends it coursing through the veins full of richness and health, it also ini parts new life and vigor to every function of the hr dy. Hence the expression so often heard "Hood's Sarsaparilla made a new person of me.” It overcomes that tired feeling so com mon now Hood's* Fills* are purely vegetable, perfect ly harmless, always reliable and hetietl, iul. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking: Powder Forty Years the J tandard. TH K Ml I.VRR COX V KXTIOX. A Winning Ticket I'nt In «bc Rl<*lil by the Tlitxl Rnllni»la«llv finvrn Hon Kvcr Held In Xpvula. The State Silver Convention held in Carson this week was a rousing meeting of the forces who have han ded together to light for the cause of the white metal, and was the largest assemblage of representative men that has met in this State for years past. Not only was the convention well attended by delegates in [H-r son, hut the city of Carson was j crowded with prominent men from all parts of the State who are s\ in-■, pathizers of the cause. George S. Nixon, Chairman of the State Cen-1 tral Committee, called the conven tion to order in the opera house at 11 o’clock on the morning of the4thi and made a few very appropriate remarks about the history of the party. lion. Thomas Wren was chosen temporary chairman, ana after making one of his characterise tic speeches the usual committees were appointed and the convention adjourned to meet at i o clock in j the evening. In the evening session Dr. Berg stein of Reno was chosen permanent Chairman, A. C. I’ratt, Secretary; J. (j. A. Moore, Sergeant at Arms and J. C. Kennedy, Assistant Seargent at Arms. Dr. Bergstein in taking the Chair stirred the delegates with a rousing speeeh which added to the ; general enthusiasm. The commitUe on Platform and Resolutions made its report and the rc]Hirt was read by Mr. Wren. Its stand on all questions of importance to this State is clearly set forth, but is too lengthy for publication in this issue. The convention adopted the platform unanimously and adjourn ed to meet at 10 o’clock Wednesday morning. At 10 o’clock Wednesday the con vention met, ami after selecting a State Central Committee, nomina ted the following District Judges for their respective districts: A. L. Fitzgerald, Chas E. Mack, A. E. Cheney and G. F. Tall sit. The next order of business was the nomination of a Congressman, and Hon. C. C. Downing took the platform and placed in nomination the Hon. F. G. Newlands, of Washoe county. Mr. Downing’s remarks were timely and he waeoften greet ed with applause. Mr. Newlands, in accepting the nomination, con fined himself to argument, and gave the convention to understand that he considered himself a servant of the people, and not their master, and that lie would always hob) him self ready to obey the commands of the party which sent him to Con gress. ile threw some hot shots in to the camp of the Demo -Reps, and was greeted frequently with ap plause. Recess was taken until 1 o'clock. Upon reassembling the following nominations were made: Governor—J. E. Jones, of Eure ka county. Lieutenant Governor—R. Sadler, of Eureka county. Justice of the Supreme Court— M. S. Bonnifield, of Humboldt. Secretary of State—Eugene How ell, of White Bine county. Attorney General—R. M. Beatty, of Eureka. State Controller—C. A. Lagrave, of Humboldt county. State Treasurer—W. J. Wester field, of Washoe county. Surveyor General—A. C. Pratt, of Douglas county. State Printer—J. G. McCarthy, ! of Storey county. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion—H. C. Cutting, of Esmeralda ] county. Regent (long term)—W. E. F. ! Deal, of Storey county. Regent (short term)—H. S. Star ; reft, of Lander county. When the nominations had lieen completed the convention adjourned ■lifter giving three cheers for the 1 ticket and the Silver Party. -* ♦ For Over Fifty Vpbi'm M US.WINSI.OW SMOOTIIING 8yrup ha* been used f.»r nver fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect sue i re". It soothes the child, softens the gums, ! allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best 1 remedy f.»r IMarrho-a. It will relieve the poor ! little sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggists mi every purl of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle He sure and a>k for “Mrs ' Wtnsloxfs i Soothing syrup.” and take no other kind. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report Ab&oluteev pure chi’xtv riinniNNiwxKKM. Itcculm Monthly Mrotiiis-Hnoltiooo TrtniMi'trit. Ktr Tlie Board of County Commis-, sioners held its regular monthly meeting on the 3d; present \V. H. S.pragg, Chairman; J. F. Holland; and 1). I\ Itandall, Commissioners; j J. A. Hun toon, Clerk. The minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. Board made an order transferring ' $234.88 from General to Ollicers Sal-1 ary Fund. The list of bills allowed is as fol lows: i c T Martin, care of indigent*.$ 160 08 S Stevenson, labor on road. 3 00 W J Loftus, labor on road. 4 SO ' It Schooley. labor on road 3 00 A .1 Holland, road appraisor. 3 00 I C F Fox. supplies for indigent 13 23 James Newman, labor on road 40 00 i W A Donnelly, board of prisoner 2 00 E A Over, Justice fees. 2 30 W A Donnelly, Sheriff's fees. 9 o0 F W Fairbanks, job work. 16 00 W A Donnelly. Sheriff’s and Jailors sal ary . . 123 00 James Scott, water for Court House... 5 00 J C Gallagher, supplies for indigent ... 8 73 J I Wilson, labor on road and bridge 87 30 Wm Kean, supplies for county. 1 00 I> P Kandall, County Commissioners per diem and mileage.— 34 13 ! J A 11 untoon, Clerk and Treasurer’s sal ary . 125 00 Thos. Mack. Auditor’* Salary. 125 00 John Lothrop, attorney’s fees. 60 00 W H Spragg, Commissioner s per diem and mileage . 68 40 J F Holland, County Commissioners per diem and mileage. 63 33 W H Spragg, expenses to Car.*on. 4 00 T J A Flaws, supplies for county. 20 75 [ Win Duncan, labor on bridge. 12 00 A W Hrann, Assessors salary. 150 00 W J Douglass, lumber for county. 106 08 F W Fairbanks, advertising for county. 76 50 John Jones, medicine for indigent. 21 50 J C Haxlett, District Attorneys salary . 20 H3 Chas. Snyder, excess paid on taxes. 21 20 D L Sayre, advertising for county . 40 50 J 1 Cohn, lumber for county. 241 38 Mat. Bay, labor on road. 32 00 1 he report of the road apprais ers on road in Mason Valley was received and read. It awarded J. B. Gallagher $300 damages, estate of B. S. and E. B. Mason, $75, Brann Bros., $125; G. I. Leavitt, $50. The Board laid the report over until the 17th. The Board made an order that the Clerk deed to Mrs. Delia Ross that certain piece of property in Mason Valley formerly owned by j Leavitt & Craig, upon payment of taxes and costs due. Commissioner Holland stated to the Board that while in San Fran cisco he purchased a road machine and plow for the county, to build roads with. The price paid for the two was $330, freight to be added. Adjourned to meet Sept. 17th, first as a Board of Commissioners, : then as a Board of Equalization. Seller to Allen*. Judge Rising will hold Court in Dayton on the 26 inst. for the pur pose of granting the right of citi zenship to aliens. Those who de sire to take out their papers will govern themselves accordingly. Those who are taking out their sec ond or final papers will he required to produce two witnesses who have known them in the United States for five years. Those who came to this country liefore they were IS years of age require no first papers. They must have one witness who knew them in the country from which they came, and the same number of witnesses as other I aliens to show that they have been in the country five years. Kleetrle Bitter*. This remedy »s becoming so well known and so popular as 10 need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise.—A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will re move Pimples, Hoil«, Salt Kheum, and oth »*r nfleciions caused by impute blood —Will diive Malaiia from the blood and prevent as well as cure all Malarial levers —For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric Hitlers. — Entire anti-faction guaranteed, or money refunded.— Price 50c. and $l per bottle at Flaws. Will Ifewiile in CorMon. Mrs. C. II I.egg, of this place, took he departure this week for Can-on, where slie will reside in tlie future and conduct a dressmaking establishment. Mrs. Legg has l>oen in that business in Dayton for a number of years, and has given general satisfaction with her work. Her large circle of friends will miss i her greatl}’, as they will now be compelled to go to Carson to have I their work done. Carson’s gain is j Dayton’s loss. Dt-afneMM 4'annot Ik* 4'ur<Ml by loea! applications a* they cannot rea« h the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing. and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can he taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by c atarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused ty catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. £H^Sold by druggists, 76c. Tliauk m. To the Lyon county delegation to the State Silver Convention we desire to extend thanks for their support given towards securing us the nomination for State Printer. Although failing to make the con nection, owing to combinations made and a more populous county asking for the same place, and that place alone, we feel grateful for the compliment of having a solid dele gation from Lyon willing to sup port us for the place Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. The Uad of I'nmlne Is the mighty West, the land that "tickled with a hoe laughs a harvest;” the El Dorado of the miner; the goal of the agricultural emigrant. | While it teems with all the elements of wealth and prosperity, some of the fairest and most 1 fruitful portions of it bear a harvest of malaria ■ reaped in its fullness by those unprotected by a medicinal safeguard. No one seeking or ; dwelling in a malarial locality is safe from the ; scourge without llostetter's Stomach Bitters. I Emigrants, bear this in mind. Commercial | travelers sojourning in malarious regions ; should carry a bottle of the Bitters in the tra J ditional gripsack. Against the effects of ex : posure. mental or bodily overwork, damp and ' unwholesome food or water, it is an infallible defense. Constipation, rheumatism, bilious ' ness, dyspepsia, nervousness and loss of strengh are all remedied by this genial restorative Two Llvm Waved Mrs. Phoebe Thorna*. of junction City III. was told by her doctors 'he had Consumption ! and that there was no hope for he . but two bottles Dr, King’s Nrw Discovery completely cured her and *he says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St San Francisco, suffered Ironi a dreadful cold; ap proaching Consumption, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King’s New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. Hr is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this med icine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial bot tles at T. J. A. Flaws Regular size 50c. and $1.00 Kioh 4-old Mtrike. A very rich gold ledge has been discovered on Willow Creek, fifteen miles from Boise, Idaho, two and a half feet of ore being stripped for over 300 feet, its value being vari ously estimated from $1000 to $2000 per ton. Awarded Highest Honors—World’s Pair. oa BAKING POWMR MOST PERFECT MADE. \ port Crape Cream of Tartar Powder, t-i. rcm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. .JO YEARS THF. STANDARD.