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VOL xxxvi. _Dayton, Nevada, Saturday, October 13, 1894. _No LYON COUNTY TIMES. Published every Saturday morning by BYRON OATES PROPRIETOR. JP. W. FAIRBANKS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. TERMS: SingleCoplcs. I 10 Per Six Months.1 "» Per Year. 3 °0 Delivered in tow* by carrier, per montn 50 Subscriptions must be paid for in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. United Mutes Government. President.Gkover Cleveland Vice President A. Stevenson Secretary of State.W. g. Gresham Secretary of Treasury <1. G. Carlisle Secretary of War. .D. S. Lamont Attorney General.Richard Oi.nky Secretary of Navy . II. A. Herbert Postmaster General.W. S. Bihhkll Secretary of Interior .Hoke Smith Secretary of Agriculture.J. S. Horton Ntate of Nevada. United States |. W» M Stewart ; Senators J. .John P Jones Congressman. F. G. Newlands j Governor ... .K K COLCORD Lieutenant Governor . J For jade c M A Murphy Judge* of Supreme Court • C II Belknap t. UK Bigelow Clerk of Supreme Court. .. Joseph Josephs State Treasurer John F Loan j Secretary of State .O II Gray State Controller.R L Horton Attorney General. J D Torreyhon Surveyor General John E Jones State Printer . Joseph Kcklby Supt. Public Instruction. Orvis Ring (. Richard Rising District Judges .AK Chunky ( _ GF Talbot Lyon County. Justice of District Court .. Richard Riving State Senator. J. E. Gignoux .. t. Wm. Melareey Assemblymen j. s. G. Boston Sheriff.NV. A. Donnelly Assessor . A. W BraNN Clerk and Treasurer. J. A IIUNTOON Auditor and Recorder. T. P Mack District Attorney J. C. Hazlett Public Administrator.. J. G. Young Ml. term).I). P. Randall County Coin's <(* term) J F Holland Gunex. term) NV. 11. Sprago UNION HOTEL MAIN STREET, DAYTON, ■ • NEVADA, MRS. J. C. GRUBER, Proprietress. TIIB TABLE will always be supplied with the choicest cata hies the market affords, and all the delicacies will be supplied in season. Meals can be ob tained at all hours, cooked to suit the most fas tidiwus epicure. tiie hah will be supplied with none but the choicest of Win EM. IdUI ORM A CIUARM. and the finest mixed and fancy drinlts will al ways be forthcoming upon order A fine dub room is at the disposal of parties who wish to Indulge In a nodal game of cards. Board by the Day, Week or Month at Popular PiiceR. $3,000.00 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. If you want work (lint i« pleasant and profitable semi uh your address immediately. We tencli men and women how to earn from •5.00 tier duv to • t.OOO pe. year without having had previous experience, and lurniHh the emplot ment at which they cun make that amount. Nothin?; difficult to learn or that reuuirea much lime I he work is eusy, healthy, ami honorable, and can ••••done dur ing daytime or evenings, right in y«-to own local ity, wherever you live. Tlie result of a few hours* work often equals a week’s w ages. We have taught thousand* of both sexes uud all ages, slid initiiv have laid foundation* that will surely bring them riches Some of the smartest men in till* country owe their success in life to the start given them while in nur employ years ago. You, reader, may do a* well; try it You cannot fail. No capital necessary. We fit you out with something that i* new, solid, and sun*. A hook brimful of advice Is free to all Help \our self by writing for it today— uot to morrow. Delays are costly. E. C. ALLEN & CO., Box 420, AUGUSTA, MAINE. Silver Party STATE TICKET. OF NEVADA. CAMPA F 1894. For Congress, F. C5r. Nowlanci*, of Wuboe. For Governor. John 33- Jones, of Ormsby. For Lieutenant Governor, H. Sadler, of Eureka. For Associate Justice, Supreme Court. M. 8. Bonniflold, of Humboldt. For Attorney General. Robert TML. Beatty* of Eureka. For Secretary of State, Eugono Howell, of White Fine For State Controller, O. A. UaGravo, of Humboldt. For Stale Treasurer, W. 7. Wo.torflold. of Washoe. For Surveyor General, A.. O. Pratt, of Douglas For State Printer, 7. G. MoGartby. of Storey. For Supt. of Public Instruction, XX. O. Cutting, of Esmeralda For Regent of State University, (long term) W. 3D. F. Beal, of Storey. For Regent of State University, (short term) XX. S. Starratt, of I ander. For District Judges, (First District) Chas. £3. Mack, of Storey. (Seeond District) A. 3D. Chonoy, of Washoe. (Third District) A. 31a. Fitascrald, of Eureka. (Fourth District) Goo. F. Talbot, of Elko. PLATFORM AND RESOLUTIONS. The Silver Party of Nevada, iu convention assembled, at ( arson (Mty. on the 4th day of September. 1894, de» lare that platform* should assert cardinal principle* of political faith con cerning question* of political interest aud pres ent moment without equivocation or evasion We hold that hiatory ha* demonstrated that these principle* are right and equitable, and their observance necessary to secure the wel fare and individual happiness for which this Government wa* established. SILVER. We deny the right or authority of the Govern ment of the United States to pass any law re stricting or abridging the prlvclege of any ctti zeti to tfie free coinage of silver into standard money at the legal ratio of 16 to 1 independent of any other nation, and we demand the repeal of hM law* denying or abridging that right. We inert thalini law denying or abridging the right of free coinage of gold and silver into standard money at the legal ratio of 16 to 1, in dependent of any other nation, is a denial of the sovereignty of the people of the United State* a* a nation and independent state, and law in restraint aud abridgment of production and commerce. We assert that from 1861 to 1894 inclusive, a period of 34 years last past the Democratic par ty and tiie Republican party have made and administered the law of this nation; that tiiat period ha* been characterized a* of uninter rupted bountiful harvests aud bountiful pro duction* front all our great natural resource* and tlint our People have made unparalleled advance* in slnll, i»■ every branch of manu facture and arti.-Htiship. that the period has been one of general health and not withstand Dig the < ivil war, a period of unparalleled pro* perity front 1861 to 1873. In 1873the Republican party passed law* iu restraint of the uiitiage of money, denying mintage to silver, the money we need in the pocket of every citizen and till of every store. The decadence of silver has been steady, gradual and unrelenting a* the grip of the gold standard of money ha* closed around our industries and labor, and the price of every production of labor, by forest held mine and nianufa. ture, have fallen parallel with the decadence of silver, which to day i* worth less than 60 per cent, of its standard coinage value at the legal ratio of 16 to 1. Three millions of our people are w ithout the cemforU and decencies of life, every industry in our nation i> restrained, dinched and dwarf ed by the demonetization of silver to the great injury of every laborer, producer and trade* man in the nation. The volume of money in circulation should be speedily increased aud always be fully ad equate for the requirements of business. That all money should he a legal tender for debts both public and private. I hat no maney should exist except such a* issued directly by the Na tioiial Government, and nothing should he in on ey except gold, silver and Government paper We lavor the redemption of Government bonds and the prohibition of any further issue thereof in time of peace We demand the abolition of National banks. We demand the collection of the indebtness of the Pacific railway companies to the United States as it mature*'without any extension oi time or change oi term* or condition*. public office i* a public trust. No person or party should he trusted who has ouce t i-dat eil that trust. Every citizen should contribute to the support of the Government in proportion 1 to his means and in accordance with the neces sity of good Government, hut no Government should augment this burden or enlarge its ne cessities by unnecessary needless interest bear ing debts making u» less xpenditure-, or by fuiling to promptly collect I:«t is justly due it, whether it be a loan, a tax or a tariff No grant should be made of public property for any other than a public purpose, and it is the duly of the Government to secure to the public the enjoyment of the benefit which was the consideration of the grant or declare it for felted. , , , We demand Governmet ownership of tele graph lines and Government subsidized rail roads. i LABOR. We demand that no law shall ever be enacted restraining or abridging the development of our natural resources and wo guarantee to the people freedom of pursuit and inalienable right to enjoy the full value of uli the property that their labor produces. We hold it a? one of the truisms of human existence and modern progress and enterprise, that capital and labor should go hand in hand in the general ad vaucement, happiness and good of this great commonwealth. Therefore we claim that cap ital and labor should stand on an equal footing before the law, and that the laborer should al wavs receive a lair compensation for a fair day s work. That both capital and labor have the legal and unquestionable right to organize for mutual protection and aelf preservation. We believe that a National and State Board of Labor C yin miss ion era should be created by law and made elective by the people, to whom all questions in dispute between capital and labor should be referred, and that both parties concerned be compelled to arbitrate, and that the decision of sin h Beard of Labor Commis sioner!* be filial and binding alike on the cm ployer and employe. OBEDIENCE TO THE LAWS REQUIRED OF ALL. We denounce the criminal suspension of the laws of Congress by the President, such as the purchasing clause of the Sherman Bullion Pur chasing Ait; the Geary Act, providing for the deportation of unregistered Chinese, when its constitutionality ha« been affirmed by the Su preme Court, and his neglect and refusal to en force the Ami trust and Interstate Commerce Acts against wealthy offenders ELECTIVE FRANCHISE. We denouni e the purchase and sale of the Elective Franchise a> destructive of our liber ties ami treason to our Government. We de mand the disfranchisement of both parties to the crime, ami tlie punishment of the prisoner by fine ai d imprisonment. The franchise once sold shall be gone forever. LOTTE HI F.S. The establishment of a lottery in this State would be a blot upon the people and would re sult in financial and moral degradation. There fore, in the language of our Constitution. "No lottery ti« ket shall be authorized by this State nor shall toe >aie of lottery tickets be allowed. We condemn in equal lerms all Legislatures of this state which have attempted to legislate or authorize lotteries or the sale of lottery tickets. We are unalterably opposed to the ratification of the proposed amendment to be. tion 1, Ar ticle II. of the Constitution of our Mate, where in it ignore* all questions of amnesty to per sons who after arriving at the age of eighteen years, bear arms against the United Mate.- Gov eminent, or the iea-on that the same l» un Atneri. an in spirit and contrary to the clemen cy already extended to such persons for over thirty years, and we therefore recommend to the voter* of the State to vote "No ' ou this proposition SCHOOLS. We are justly proud of the public schools and State University of Nevada, we believe they should be loatnred and protected above all other institutions, as upon them rests the per petuity of our Government and the security of our liberties. We are in favor of su. h legisla tion a- will Increase the efficiency and raise the standard of the public schools and State rnlver.-lty, until a thorough education, with out expense, is placed within the reach of e' ery « nild In Nevada. We denounce in the strongest term- the con stitutional amendment to be submitted to the people at the ensuing election, providing ’or the Investment of school monies in other seen rities than U S. Government or Nevada dtute bonds, and recommend to the elector* 01 this state that the amendment referred to. which provides [among other things] that our school monies may be in vested in any other bonds than National and Nevada state be voted against and defeated, and our millions of school money saved from loss bv unsafe in vestment. We look to the People's Party of America as the only national party in exi.-tame today honestly in tavor of any of the above princi ples ami reforms, and we pledge it the hearty support ami co operation of the people of Ne vada in its efforts to maintain ana carry out the same, and the nominee of this convention for Congressman, in the event that he shall have a vote for President of the United States a.-a member of the House of Representatives, is hereby pledged to vole for the nominee of the People s Party, unless subsequently in structed otherwise by the Silver Party of this State. We demand the enforcement of the Inter state Commerce Act everywhere. We are in favor ol an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the election of l niter! States Senators by a di red vote of the people of their respective States. We arc in favor of tin further restriction of foreig.i immigration, ami demand the entire exclusion of paupers, criminals and contract labor. The able and efficient services of Senator a Slew art ami Jones and Congressman New land - in the Congress of the United states in behalf of all interests that promote the welfare of our people, are worthy of the endorsement of every patriotic citizen of our state Resolved, That a- large expenditures are made by the General Government In improv ing the harbors and rivers of the coast States and the agricultural States of Ohio and Missis sippi valleys equality ami justice demands sim ilar appropriations for public uses in the arid region.*, ami we «all on the Genera! Govern ment for liberal appropriations for storing and . onserving at their sources the waters of the streams and rivers of the arid region This being done the reclamation of arid lands can be conducted by the State or by private enter prise. Htate Outral Committee Churchill—Lein Allen. Pouglas—C. W. l)ake. Elko—NV A Massey, S. Rigsby. L. L Bradley, Thomas Gridin, O. 1. C. Fairchilds. Eureka—Thomas Wren, 1*. Breen, F. M. Heil man. A Jackson. Esmeralda—8 L. McNaughton, Robert Stew art. .1 W. Wilson. Lander—R. C. Blossom, Wm. Easton, P. S. Trueman Lyon—J. L. Campbell, I). C. Simpson, T. C Wogan. Humboldt—F Francis, S. M Buckingham, G. G. s Nixon. P. N. Marker. Lincoln—A. S. Thompson. T. J. Osborne. Nye—A. Maute. C. L. Deady. Ormsby—S. Longabaugh, Walter Chedte, (». R Bradley. Storey—E I> Boyle. A. J. MeCone. Geo Hatch, Con. Ahern, II P. Flannery, W E. Sharon, J. H. K inkead Washoe—N. J. Foxwell, W H. A. Pike, T. V. Jiilit-u, li Bergsteln, E. I*. Kelly, White Pine—Sol. Hilp. Tho*. Robinson All Papers advocating the principles of the Silver Party and the election of its Nominees, are requested to copy. By order of state Committee. J. il. KINKEA1), Chairman. II P. Flannkky, Secretary. LYON COUNTY Silver* 'picket! CAMPAIGN OF 1894. For Assemblymen, A. J. NEWMAN, of Dayton. JOSEPH WILSON, of Mason Valley. For Clerk and Treasurer. A. J. LOFTUS, of Dayton. For Auditor and Recorder, FRANK ARMSTRONG, of Silver City. For Sheriff and Assessor, A. W. BRANN, of Mason Valley. For Commissioner (1. t.), W. G. BOYCE, of Silver City. For Commissioner (s. t.), G. H. PLUMMER, of Mason Valley. RESOLUTIONS. Resolved, That we are in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the ratio of 1 ti to 1, independent of all other nations; and we are opposed to all political parties which are not un qualifiedly in favor of considering the silver question the paramount issue now before the people of the United States. Resolved That we cordially en dorse the platform and nominees of the Silver party of the State of Ne vada, as made and presented by the State Convention held in Carson City, Septemlier 4, 1894. Resolved, That we favor themost rigid economy in the management of county affairs, consistent with the public good. Resolved, That the nominees of this convention are hereby pledged to support the nominees of the Sil ver party. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Dayton—J. L. Campbell, E. T. Reynolds, F. \V. Fairbanks. Yerington—R. W. Apsey, Angus McLeod, Henry Wood. Silver City—J. J. Winn, Ed. Mc Tigue. Sntro—H. V. Clinton. Mound House—Ed. Regan. Smith Valley—C. Hinds. Churchill—James Newman. By order of Committee, J. L Campbell, F. W. Fairbanks, Chairman. Secretary. Notice of Assessment. GOLDEN EAGLE MINING COMPANY.—Lo cation of principal place of business, San Francisco, California; location of works. Dev il's Gate Mining District, Lyon county. Nevada. Notice is hereby given, thai at a meeting of the Hoard of Directors, held on the l.r>th day of September, 1894. an assessment (No. 1) of Fif teen Cents per share was levied upon the capi tal stock ot the corporation, payable immedi ately in United States gold coin, to the Secreta ry. at the office of the company, Room fit) Ne vada Block. No 309 Montgomery street. San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the lfith «lay of October. 1894, will be delinquent, and advertised for .-ale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Monday, the Fifth Day of November, 1894, to nav the delinquent assessment, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of the sale. E. B. HOLMES, Secretary. Office—Room r»0 Nevada Block. No. 309 Mont gomery street, San Francisco, California A.R.BRANN, MANUFACTURER OF Teijts, Wop Covers, Awnings, Horse Blankets, Hammocks, HYHRAl LIE HOSE, And everything in the line of Leather and Canvas Goods. All Hindu of W ire and Hope Splicing; llune with KeatneaM and Dlapateh. City prices. Call at this office. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Candidate's Cards will be inserted under the above head, up to the day of election, for FIVE DOLLARS, invariably in advance. J. a. huntoon, of Dayton, Hereby announces himself a candidate for Clerk and Treasurer of Lyon County. Subject to the vote of the people at the polls Oth day of November, 18.4 THOMAS P. MACK, of Dayton, Hereby announc es himself a c andidate for Auditor and Recorder of Lyon County, Subject to the vote of the people at the polls on the 6tli day of November, 18j4 CREELY FRENC-. of silver City, Hereby announces himself a candidate for County Commissioner, (long term; From the Silver City. Mound House and Sutro District, subject to the vote of the people at the polls on the Oth day of November. 18 4 H. M. SCHOOLEY, of Smith Valley, Regular Republican Party Nominee for Clerk and Treasurer of Lyon Connty, Subject to the vote of the people at the polls on the Oth day of November. 18y4 HENRY WOOD, of Mason Valley, Hereby announces himself a candidate for District Attorney of Lyon County. Subject to the vote of the people ai the polls on the Oth day of November. 18>4 R. A. COOKE, of Dayton, Hereby announces himself a candidate for Sheriff and Assessor of Lyon County, Subject to the vote of the people at c polls on the Oth day of November. 18 4 A. J. LOFTUS, of Dayton, Regular Silver Party Nominee for Clerk and Treasurer of Lyon County. ! Subject to the vote of the people at the polls oo the Oth day of November, 18j4. A. W. BRANN, of Yerington. Regular Silver Party Nominee for Sheriff and Assessor of Lyou County, Subject to the vote of the people at the polls on the oth day of November, 18y4. I —---:--—-— Registration Notice. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Registry Books of Sutro Precinc t are now open at my office, in Sutro, for registering the names of the qualified electors in .-aid precinct for the General Election, to be held on the 6th day of November, 1834, for the election of State, County and Township officers, and that said books will remain open, on all legal days, from 10 o'clock a. m to 6 o'clock p m. until October 20th, and ten days previous to closing from 7 o’clock a. m. to 9 o’clock p. i* Naturalized cit izens will be required to produce their papers. H. V CLINTON. Registry Ageut. Sutro, Nev., August 11. 1834. Registration Notice. OTICE IS HEREBY GINEN THAT THE Registry Books of Dayton Precinc t are now open at my office in Dayton, for registering the names of the qualified electors in said pre cinct for the General Ele* tion to be held on the 6th day of November. 1834, for the election of State, County and Township officers, and that said books will remain open daily, on all legal days, from 1* o’clock a m to 6 o’clock r. m. until October 20th, and ten days previous to closing, from 7 o'clock a m. to 9 o’clock p. m. Naturalized citizens will be required to pro duce their papers. T. R. HAWKINS. Ex-Officio Registry Agent. Dayton, Nev., August 11, 1894. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder World’s Pair Highest Award.