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—"Win. Kean and wife returned from San Francisco last Wednes day. —Don't fail to congratulate New lands to-day on his arrival on the train. —Bar silver, 64. Vote for either the Republicans or Democrats and you will not be able to give silver away. —G. P. Randall has drawn out of the fight for Sheriff and Assessor. Don’t make a mistake and vote for him next Tuesday. —Call at Kean's and see his new stock of Fall and Winter goods. It will cost yon nothing to look at them and not much to buy some of them. —The Republican Central Com mitteeman of this place was swelled up like a toad Thursday night. How about that $50 you stole from us two years ago? —Don’t fail to go to Virginia City to-night and hear Senator Jones tell you what’s the matter with the country; how it came about, and how to remedy it. —The average assay value of Con Virginia ore as reported in Superin tendent Lyman’s last official letter, S82.32 per ton, is the highest since the old bonanza days. —vv . urann came in from Ala son Valley Thursday night. lie will come in f rom there with something like 50 majority for Sheriff and As sessor next Tuesday night. —Remember that the “beefers” this year are those who, two years ago, joined the Silver League for boodle and office only. I3ecau.se they were weeded out, they are now try ing to down the Silver Ticket. See that they don’t. —The campaign liar will be abroad in all his glory next Tues day, headed by J7 R. Shaw, the pinch-back politician of Lyon coun ty. Put a copper on his work and his workers and you will do the right thing for the silver boys. —The little play of two or three Mason Valleyites to crowd out Joe Wilson, for the Assembly, with such a man as H. H. Reymcra, won’t w'ork. It is not so long ago that one of these parties had “.Harney” arrest ed and convicted of shooting his stock. —A free for all fight between Otto Schroder, Frank Hermle, Johnny Holland, Henry Fischer and P’rank Albrecht, last Tuesday resulted in Otto getting his head cut open with a hammer, and Hermle getting jab bed in the stomach with a sluice fork. No serious damage was done, however. Haunted ! A haunted house in these practical and un romantic day* in somethine of a rarity, but an individual haunted with the idea that his ail ment in incurable la a j ersonage frequently met with. Disbelief in the ability of medicine to • ure is only a mild form of monomania, although in some case* repeted taiiurea to obtain relief from many different sources would almost seem to justify the doubt. Hos tetter 3 stomach Bitier* ha* demonstrated ita ability to overcome dyspepsia, constipation, fiver and kidney trouble, malaria complaint* and nervousness, and ita recorded achieve ments in the curative line ought at least to war rant ita trial by any one trouble with either of. the above ailments', even although hia previous effort.- to obtain remedial aid have b*»en fruit less Used with persistence, tbe Bitter will con quer the moat obstinate ca*es How to t ote. Any portion desiring to vote shall giv his name and aadr \ss to one of th • Clerks ot Kk ction. It his name bo upon the Registry List he will re eciv one ballot from said Clerk. D cide for whom you will vote be for going into the booth. You will be allowed only ten min ut s in which to prepare your ballot. Make a cross thus X in the square alter the name for which you vote. The cross must be made only with a black lead pencil. Any other writing or marking will invalidate your ballot. Should you spoil your ballot re turn it and get another. Fold your ballot before leaving the booth. Deliver your ballot, folded, to the Inspector and give your name. Only one voter can occupy a booth at one time. A voter physically disabled may have the assistance of another elec tor in preparing his ballot. Inability to read and write will not be considered a physical disa bility. Drunkenness is not a physical dis ability. Kinging Noises In the ears, sometimes a roaring, buzzing sound are . atised by catarrh, that exceedingly disa grreahle and very common disease. Loss of smell or hearing also results from catarrh. Hood s Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, is a peculiarly successful remedy for this disease, which it cures by purifying the blood. Hosd's Pills are the best after dinner pills, assist digestion, prevent constipation. Ilrath of Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Caroline Thompson, died in Sutro, Thursday, Nov, i, 1894, after a lingering and severe illness of sever al months. Mrs. Thompson came to Nevada in 1862 and has lived in Sutro since 1870. She was a native of Ger many, aged 64 years. She leaves four married daughters to morn her loss, Mrs. Vincent and Mrs. Watson, of this place, Mrs. Geo. Ruckland, ot Reno, and Mrs. Geo. Adams, ofSutro. The funeral of deceased will take place from her late residence in Sutro to-day at 1 o’clock. Friends and ac quaintances are invited to attend. For Over Fifty Years. Mrm, Winhlovv h soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect suc cess. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle Be sure and ask for “Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup." and take no other kind. Honor Roll. Following is the reportof the Day ton Public School for the month end ing October 26, 1894; No. of boys enrolled, 21; No. of girls enrolled, 15; total, 36. percentage ol attendance, 97. Honor Roll -Katie Barton, 93; Min nie Bender; 92; Ida Cooper, 94; Clara Guild, 90; Nettie Cooper, 90; Addle Lothrop, 94: Daisy Lothrop, 94; Daisy Perry, 92; Pearl Randall, 94; Kda Key ■ nolds, 92; May Scott, 93; Alson Collin, I 90; Yettie Davis, 93; Kugeni Feretti, 91; Chas. Gruber, 93; Krnest Harris, ■ 95; Clyde Johnson, 93; Geo. Johnson, 90; Lawerence Johnson, 95; Joe Mack, 93; Jas Loughlin, 90; Kills Randall, 93; Torn Mack, 94; PPIMAHY PEPAHTMENT. No. of boys enrolled 21; No. of girls enrolhd 22; total 43; percentage of at tendance, 95 3 5. Honor Roll—Laura Lothrop, 96; Jes sie Lothrop, 95; Johnnie Gruber, 9,3; Florence Cooper, 95; Hannah Cooper, 94; Ida Lothrop, 92; Henry Guild, 91; Harry Collin, 96; Clara Dreyfuss, 93; Fanny Perkins, 91; Hazel Cates, 96; ClarKey Guild, 94; Bertie Perkins, 93; Lloyd lluntoon, 93; Bertha Davis, 92; Harry Ash, 91; Thomas Walmsley, 91; Kvaiyn Lothrop, 91; Flora flaws, 91; Annie Flaws, 90. Catarrh < annul be t’liml with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as thev cannot reach the scat of di&ea.-e. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you iuust take internal remedies. Hail s t 'atarrh Cure i» taken internally, and acts di rectly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a qua. k medicine. It was prescribed by one of the be>t physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the bent tonics known, com : bined with the best blood purifiers, h ting dir ectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect com bination of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, tree. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Notice of Assessment. Golden eagle mining company.—l<> cation of principal place of busineHs, San hrancisco, California; location of works. Dev il s Gate Mining District. Lyon county. Neva la Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of Ho* Hoard of Directors, held on the loth day of September, 1894, an assessment (No. 11 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 Secrets ry. at the office of t ie company. Room 50 Ne vada Block, No 3<>9 Montgomery street. San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 16th day of October. 1894. will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at putdic auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Monday, the Fifth Dav of November, 1894, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the tost of advertising and expenses of thesale. K. B. HOLMES, Secretary. Office—Room 50 Nevada Block. No. 309 Mont gomery street, San Francisco, California. l»ONTI‘OS KM K.\T, Notice is hereby given that by order of the the Board of Directors, the date of delinquen t v of Assessment No. 1 is hereby postponed to the 7th dav of November. 18J4, and the day of sale of delinquent stock is also hereby post poned to the 27th day of November, 18 4 at the same time and place B. B. HOLMES, Secretary. No. 653 Application for a Patent. U. S Land Office, Carson City, Nevada, \ October 15. 1894. | Notice is hereby given that the Comet North Extension Mining Company, by F. A. Bierke, its Agent, whose po*t-offi e ad dress is Silver City, Lyon County, Nevada, ha* this day filed his application for a patent for Fifteen Huudred linear feet of the Comet North Extension mine or vein, hearing gold and silver with surface ground four hundred feet in width, situated in -’evil's Gate and Chinatown Mining District. County of Lyon and County of Storey, Nevada, and designated by the field-notes and offi ial plat on tile in this office as lyot Number 154). in Township 16, north range 21 east of Mt Diablo base and meridian. Said Lot No 150being as follows: Beginning at a post marked C. N. Ex. T. S. E M Co., U. 8. S. 150, post No 1 from which po-d No l a peak in a range of mountains to the east known as "The Peaks" bears N 87 deg. 3*« min E, the mouth of tunnel No 2 bears N 25 deg. 41 min. E. distant 576 ft. the chimney on the Red Jacket Hoisting Works bears N 51 deg. 36 min. W, distant about 1000 ft. the north cen tral post of the Comet U S 8 No 123 bears N 64 deg. 51 min. W, distant 99 ft. post No 2 of IJ S S No 128 bears S 85 deg 20 min. K. distant KM ft. post No 1 of Lanzac U H 8 No 133 bears S 80 deg 6 rain E, distant 105 ft, the south west corner of section 8. T 16 N R 21 E. M D M hears 8 63 deg. 18 min. W, 2898 ft, running thence from said post No 1 1st course N 19 deg 48 min. E. 20 ft to intersection with north line of U 8 8 No 123, 268 ft to a point in American Ravine whence hears the ravine N 719^ deg. W and S 61 deg. E, the mouth of tunnel No 1 8 51 deg 17 iniu. E 156 ft, 528 ft to a point whence bears the mouth of tunnel No 2 N 72 deg. 36 min. K 74 ft. 733 feet to croppings. 759 ft to a point whence bears the 8 E corner of th<* shaft 8 22 deg. li mit! E 48 ft, 1500 ft to post No 2, thence 2nd course N 7.5 deg. W 170 ft to intersection with north line of South st IxjuJs U 8 8 132. 200 ft to r>st no 3, thence 3rd course 8 19 deg. 48 min. W ft to point of intersection with north line of U 8 8 »o 132. 88) ft to the intersection with west line of U 8 » No 132, 1218 ft to a point in American Ravine, 1180 ft to intersection with no«Jh line of U 8 8 No 123. 1500 ft to post No 4. thence 4th course H 75 deg. E 700 ft to post No l 308 ft to intersection with north line of 118* No 133, 400 ft to post No 5, thence 5th course N 19 deg. 48 min. E, 88 ft to intersection with north line of U 8 8 No 133, 229 ft to a point in American Ravine, 1199 ft to intersection wiih west line of Green IJ 8 8 No 95. 1500 ft to post No 6, thence 6th course N 75 deg. W 195 ft to intersection with west line of IJ 8 m No 95, 20 ft to post No 2. *aid claim embraces a.s sur veyed an area of 13.73 acres. This claimant applies for a patent to all of said land, mining claim and premises except so much thereof as is in conflict with U 8 Sur veys Nos. 95, 123 A 183 As to IJ 8 Survey No 132, applicant states that no work was done or improvements made thereon for eight (8) years Erior to the location of said claim, which is nown as and called the Comet North Exten sion claim and the Comet Lode or vein in the Devils Gate and Chinatown Mining District. Ly4>n County, State of Nevada. A portion of said claim is situated in storey County. *eva da. Magnetic variation 16 deg 28 min E. con taining 13.73 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the Recorders Office of Lyou County, in book E of inisseUaneous records page 4i73. The adjoining claimants are Comet C 8 8 128 on the south and Lanzac U 8 H on south, part of 8t Louis IJ 8 8 132 oil east, part U 8 8 132 on west, part of U m 8 No 90 on north. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Comet North Extension Mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Jyaml Office at Carson City in the State of Ne vada, during the sixty days period «»f publics tion hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. O. If. GALLUP, Register. It is hereby ordered that the hiregoing notice of application for patent be published for the period of ten consecutive weeks in the Lyon County Times, a weekly newspaper published at Dayton, Lyon County, Nevada. o II GALI.UP, Register. First publication Oct. 20. 1H94. Dayton Livery Stables WM. SCHOOLEY, Prop.. TJppor Main Stroot (Opposite Pouglaaa' Corral i Dayton.Vvadi Keep** all kin«1*« of aiwl *lrml»W righ t«»Je at re^Honablt* pript^ GIVE HIM A CALL. W. L. Douglas $3 SHOE NO »qu’ear?ng. *5. CORDOVAN, ERENCH& ENAMELLED CALF. ^.‘3*° FINE CALF&KA.NGAR01 ' * 3.5P POLICE, 3 Soles. *2.*l.^? BoysSchoolShces. 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