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Lyi »n County Times.
/ 1 VOL xxxvi. _Dayton, Nevada, Saturday, November 24, 1894. Ko. 2I LYON COUNTY TIMES. Published every Saturday roorninit by BYRON GATES PROPRIETOR. P. W. FAIRBANKS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. TERMS: Single Copies. .* 10 Per Six Months. . 1 "•'» Per Tear. 3 00 Delivered in tow* by carrier, per month 50 Subscription* must be paid for in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I'alted Niatrs Government. President.Grover Cleveland Vice President .A. (Stevenson Secretary of State.W. Cj. Gresham Secretary of Treasury.J. G. Carlisle Secretary of War.I). S. Lamont Attorney General.Richard Olnby Secretary of Navy. II. A. Herbert Pohtinagter General.W. 8. Risked. Secretary of Interior . Hoke Smith Secretary of Agriculture.J. 8. Horton Wtat«- of Nevada. United States i. Wm M Stewart Senators ).Iohn P Jonkh Congress man. F. G. Nrwlandh Governor ... .It K Colcord Lieutenant Governor J Poujade < . M A Murphy Judges of Supreme Court ■. C H Belknap (.K It Bigelow Clerk of Supreme Court Joseph Josephs State Treasurer John F Egan Secretary of State .OH Gray State Controller .It L Hop.ton Attorney General. J D Tobrkyson Surveyor General.John E Jonkh State Printer. Joseph E< klky Bupt. Public Instruction.Orvih King r. Richard Rising District Judges \. A K , henky l . . G F Talijot Lyon Connty. Justice of DUtrictCourt Richard Rising State Senator. J- K. Gionoux ', i. . Wm. Mei.arkey Assemblymen j.H. G. Boston Sheriff . . W. A. Donnelly Assessor. A. W. Brans Clerk and Treasurer.J. A Hi ntoon Auditor and Recorder. T. P Mack District Attorney.J-0. Hazlett Public AdrainiKtrator.J G. Young ((1. term). D P. Randall County Corn's <(s term). J. K. Holland t(unex. term) W. II. Spragg UNION HOTEL MAIN STREET, DAYTON, - ■ NEVADA, MRS. J. C. GRUBER, Proprietress. tiie table wltUlways be supplied with the choicest cata bios the market affords, and ail the delicacies will be supplied in season Meals can be ob tained at all hours, conked to suit the most fas tidious epicure. THE BAB will be supplied with none but the choicest of WIN KM, LiqrORM A Cits ARM. and the finest mixed and fancy drinks will al ways be forthcoming upon order A fine club room Is at the disposal of parties who wish to indulge in a social game of cards. Board by the Day, Week or Month at Popular Price a. $3,000.00 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. If you want work that Is pleasant and profitable, send us your address immediately. We teach men and women how to earn from gft.tKt per duy to •11,000 ps. year without huving hud previous experience, and furnish the employment at wliieli they can make that amount. Nothing difficult to learn or that requires much time The work is euay. healthy, and honorable, and can Undone dur ing dat rtitne or evenings, right in your own local ity, wherever you live. The result of a few hours’ work often equals a week’s wage*. We have taught thousands of both sexes ami all ages, and many have laid foundations that will surely bring them riches .Some of the smartest men in this country owe their success in life to the start given them while in our employ years ago. You, reader, may do as well; try it. You eannot fail. No capital necessary. Wre fit you out with something that is new, solid, and sure. A book brimful of udvice is tree to all Help your self by writing for it to-day — uot to morrow. Delays are costly. E. C. ALLEN & CO., Box 420, AUCUSTA, MAINE. LYON COUNTY VOTE, YEAR 1804._ CANDIDATES. Cong rcss n m»t— Rartine, Rep. Doughty, P. Party. Newlands, S. Party. Riley, Dem. Governor— Cleveland, Rep. Jones, S. Party . Poekham, P. Party. Winters, Dem. Lieutenant Governor Kmmitt, Rep. Sadler, S. Party. Justice Supreme Court— Iionnifield, S. Party. Murphy, Rep.. Attorney General— lieatty, S. Party. ■ Grimes, Dem. Sawyer, P. Party... . Torreyson, Rep . Secretary of State Bridges, Dem. Howell, S. Party. Yanderleith, Rep. State Controller—• Grey, Rep . Hall, Dem . Lagrave, S. Party.j Steele, P. Party . State Treasurer Richard, Rep. .... Thompson, Dem ! Westertield, S. Party. Surveyor General Solsom, Rep. Pratt, S. Party . State Printer Dooley, P. Party. Kckley, Rep. McCarthy, S. Party. Morris, Detn. Slept. Tub. InstructUni Cutting, S. Party Ring, Rep Seares, Dent. University Urgent [I. t.)— Deal, S Party. Haines, Rep . liyslop, Dem . Webster, P. Party University Hi'gcnt (s. t.) \ Patterson, Rep. Starredt, S. Party. . Wiseman, Dem. District Jieilgt Mack, S. Party. Rising, Rep. COUNTY TICKET. A ssemblyman— Bennetts, Kep. Newman, S. Party Keymcrs, Kep. Wilson. S. Party Sheriff and Assessor— Braun, S. Party. Idttell, Rep. Clerk and Treasurer Huntoon, Ind. I.ottus, S. Party. Schooley, Kep. It reorder Armstrong, S. Party Davis, Kep. Slack, Ind. District Attorney— Harris, Kep. Wood, Ind. C. Coin. (I tl—. Boyce, S. Party. Burrier, Kep. French, Ind. Powers, Ind. C. Com. (s. t.)— Ames, Ind. Brady, Ind. Knieriin, Kep. Plummer, S. Party . Stallard, Ind. c C6 ' K | « : £•’ : K ' £ 5 ! r- ~ -< ^ 7 ^ ' '2 ~ 4. C 3 o o 1 ST ? g. C. <5 ■/. 2. £ £• S: : ^ ?’ : <3 I £ £ : 2 r r * : i -a a : ? ; : ; ; : : : : * : j J 1 29 49! 94 29 15 4 2 3 225 22 33I 33 I 4 2 3'- 98'1 97 52! 112 23: 10 9 13, 11 327 102 2 3 3 • » ............; 9i I ! 26 59 93 22 15 4 11 3 233 124 66: 125 32 15 ill 7] 7 3871 154 6 31 M.. 23 _ 81 8. I IOi ' I I 25 55 94 25 16 5 7 5 232 122 7S| 138 28 14 10 11 9 4”8 174 104 77' 116 27! • 8 ft 6 6 350; 64 42 55 114 26' 22. 9 12; 6 286 in 69! 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By virtue of an Execution issued out of the Justice’s Court of Silver City Township, Silver City, in and for the County of Lyon, State of Nevada, on the 19th dav of October A. 1) 18J4 l and to me directed ami delivered, for the sat isfaction of a Judgment rendered in said Court , on the 18th day of September A I). lH.’-l. in fa | vor of lira. Mary Foote, plaintiff, and against ■ John Laity. Harry Cardew and George Laity, defendant, for tne sum of one hundred ami j seventeen dollars and seventy three cents in gold coin of the United States. I have on this, i the 26th day of October. A I> 1894, at 12 o'clock M., levied on the following property, to wit: An undivided one half interest in all that cer-. tain property, situated in lower Silver City, Lyon County; State of Nevada on or near Gold Canyon, ami known as Foot’s two stamp mill (quart* mill) and the water right and re* ervolr used in connection therewith and all other property used in ami about said quart* mill, also mill site on which said mill Is situated to gether with all other appurtenances thereunto belonging to said mill. , Notice is hereby given, that on the 19th day of November A 1>. 1894. between the hours of 9o'clock A M. and 5 o'clock P. M . viz: at 12 o'clock noon, I will sell all the riglu, title claim an«l interest of the said defendent* of, III and to the above propepty. or so much t hereof as uiav be necessary to satisfy said Execution and costs, at the mill premise*, Silver City, Lyon Coenty, Nevada, at public auction, for cash in hand to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said Execution and all costs. J. LEo I r, <. Constable. , Silver City, New October J6,1S'J4 BULLION TAX. J^oticeU hcreoy given that the taxes on PROCEEDS OF MINES. -FOR TUB quarter Ending Neptemher :i«. I *04. Are now due and payable, and ibat the law hi regard to their collection will be strictly en forced. W. BRANKT, Assessor of Lyon Coin ty. Dated October 5th, 1594. WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN at g per. cent. On Farm or city Property in any section of the country where property has a market value. Money ready for immediate loans where necuritv and title is good. N" t'omniis sion. We solicit applications, blanks furnish ed upon request. ALLEX 4 or..40 A 44 Broadway, \ V. ( omxtork f'orparMioiiN Many, even among the oldest res-! identsof this section, are not aware j of the fact that about all the min ing companies locating, designating and owning the Comstock lode from the Utah mine on the north to the Overman on south are California and not Nevada incorporations. They have their head offices in San Francisco and all their mining operations and general business is directed from there. The only ex ception is the Yellow Jacket., which was incorporated under the laws of Nevada and has its head office in Gold Hill. The Centennial Gravel Mining company may also be mentioned | as an exception, as it also is in Ne- j vada incorporated with its office ini Gold Hill like the Yellow Jacket. The mine is in California, but its j owners are all Comstock Nevadans.; —Enterjirise. Nearly a Ncrioux Accident. The first of this week Byron Gates borrowed a Marlin rifle of Tom Flaws to shoot a horse with. He shot the horse and returned the gun to Mr. Flaws’ house, where one! of children took it and placed itj upon the bed. Shortly after Mrs. I Flaw s came into the room, and see- i ing the gun there took it up to put j it away. The gun was cocked, probably; she raised it up, and it exploded, sending a bullet through the foot cf the bed, and the missle just grazed the knee of one of her daughters. The gun is a repeater, and when Gates threw the lever back to eject the blank shell, and then closed it, he loaded and cock ed the gun, and left it in that con dition. He says himself that he don’t know much about those kind of guns. Fleet riel ly From Heat The IJeno Journal claims that a man named Robbinsnn of Reno has discovered a way to evolve elec tricity from heat in so thorough a manner that every house can be supplied with incandescent lamps as cheaply as they are now sup plied with kerosene. The inventor also contemplates the running of locomotives by the same method. It is a very wonderful discovery, ; if it has indeed t>een made. Hitch Kc|ialrti. W. J. Douglass has had a num ber of men employed this week on the Douglass ditch, up near the i Franklin dam. The ditch is being ■cleaned out in places and some i llutne enlarged and repaired. The work was necessary to supply suf ficient water for the 30-inch pipe of the Dredge Company. In con sequence of these repairs the water has been turned of! from the town ! nearly the entire week. \<‘\n<la l^xlMlature. The next Nevada Legislature will have a large majority of Silver Party people in both houses. All the hold-over Senators are Silver men. Of the ten Senators elected this year only three are Republi cans. These are Reiser, of Chureh j ill, Mills, of Ormsby, and Summpr i field, of Washoe. In the Assembly there will he but nine or ten Re publicans. All Frrr. Those who have used Dr. King’s New Discovery know its value, and those wh«> have not. have now the opporturity to try it Free. Call on the advertised dealer and ge a Tiial Bottle, Free. Send your namr and address to II. E. Bucklen A Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. King’s New Life Fills, 1'ree, as wt II as a copy of Guide to 11 alth and Household Instructor, F'ree. All of which is guaranteed to do you good I and cost you nothing. T. J. A Flaws. The* Toledo Weekly Blade. Of the now nearly twenty thous and regular publications in the United States, there are but two or three weekly newspapers published for general circulation in every state and territory, and of these the Toledo Weekly Blade is the best and most popular of them all. It is the oldest, best known and has the largest circulation. For more than twenty-five years it has been a' regular visitor to every portion of the Union, and it is well known at every one of the sixty thousand odd post offices of the country. It is made especially for family read ing. It gives the entire news of the world each week, in such con densed form as will save reading scores of pages of daily papers to get less information. Republican in Politics, Temperance in princi ple, always on the side of justice and right, it is just the paper for the rising generation, and a great uducator for the whole family. Se rial stories, wit and humor, short stories. Household department, Question Bureau, Farm depart ment, Camp Fire, Sunday School and young Folks are a few of the many other prominent features of this great paper. A specimen copy will be mailed free to any address on application, and the publishers invite any person to send in a long list of addresses to whom they will mail sample copies. They would be glad to mail a couple of hun dred specimens to readers of this county. The Weekly Blade is a very large paper, and the price is only one dollar a year. Address THE BLADE, Toledo, Ohio. Heethr lVorld'H Fair for Fifteen OntM. Upon receipt of your address and hfieen cents in postage stamps, we will mail you prepaid out Souvenir Portfolio of the World’s Columbian Exposition, the regu lar price of which is fifty cents, but as we want you to have one, we make the price nominal. You will find it a work of art and a thing to be prized. It contains full page views of the great buildings, with descrip tions of same, and is executed in the highest style of the art. If not satisfied with it, after you get it, we will refund the stamps and let you keep the book. Address H E BUCKLEN & CO., Chicago, 111. _ To the Taxpayers of Lyon County: OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE State aud County taxes for the year 7 894 Are now due and payable at the office of the County Treasurer, at the Court House, Dayton, Nevada. _ Taxes will be delinquent after December 3d, 18U4, and the collection of the same will be strictly enforced according to law. The Tax Collector will be at MERCER & STOCKS Store in silver City on November 24, 1894, and at FEENYS Store in NVabiihka. on November 26 and 27, 1894, during office hours, to receive said taxes. J. A. 11 UNTOON. Treasurer of Lyon County, Nevada. Caveats, Trade-rrarks, Design Patents, Copyrights, And all Patent business conducted for MODERATE FEES. Information and advice given to Inventors without charge. Address PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDOERBURN, Managing Attorney, P. O. Box 463. Washington, D. G. KTThis Company is managed by a combination of the largest and most influential newspapers in tho United States, for tho express purpose of proteet* Inf their subscribers against unscrupulous and Incompetent Patent Agents, and each paper printing this advertisement vouches for tho responsi bility and high standing of the Press Claims Company.