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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
DAYTON, - - NEVADA. Saturday December 8, 1894. Free Silver will do more to wards improving the times and bringing prosperity to all classes in Inyo county than any other thing. Unless relief is speedy all hands here will unite on the pro posed new party platform of Pro tection and Free Silver to the ex clusion of all other issues.— Inyo Index. -, But at the same time the Index is a Republican paper; was run as such at the last election, and will probably always be run as such. As the Republican party demonet ized silver some twenty odd years ago, and has ever since continued to hit the 'advocates of the white metal a swat below the belt, it seems to have taken brother Craig some time to be convinced as to bow a change can be made for the better of the country. If he keeps bis word he will now be in line with the Silver Party, as “relief will not come speedily” or any other way from the Republicans. The Trans-Mississippi Congress, which convened in St. Louis last week, declared by a splendid ma jority for the free coinage of silver, irrespective of what rny other country may or may not do. The Congress would have probably been more strongly for this meas ure, hut some of the members were those appointed by Governors of States who were opposed to the measure, and simply sent repre sentatives to the Congress to make a division of sentiment. The free coinage move is growing daily, and two years hence the party that fails to come out openly and champion our cause will not be the one which will control the government of this country. J apan has decided to insist upon heavy conditions of peace which will be increased as the war is pro longed. If war is concluded now, Japan would accept 400,000,000 yen and the cession of territory now occupied by her forces. If Taku and Shan Hai Kwan cannot be at tacked this Winter, because of the climate, war will be pushed to other parts of China. No armistice will be granted unless China formally sues for peace and surrenders Pekin, or gives other pledges in proportion to the demands of Japan. It must be stipulated that Japan’s power is absolute._ A bill providing for the free coin age of silver has been introduced in the House by Representative Hart man of Montana. An important provision of the measure is that re quiring import duties to be in gold in eases where the articles of im portation are brought from countries whose governments refuse to open their mints to the free coinage of silver and gold. Michigan people are beginning to find out that the silver question is cutting something of a figure in their State. The Democrats were defeated at the last election, and now attribute their defeat to the fact that they were on the wrong side of the free coinage question. They are for free coinage now, so they declare. » Thfbe is an article on our first page to-day, in regard to sunflower cultivation, that should be read by all agriculturists. Nevada soil and climate is great for sunflowers, and there might be money in raising them here. When Oilier* Fall Hood’s Sarsaparilla builds up the shattered system by giving vigorous action to the digea tlve organs, creating an appetite and purifying the blood. It iw prepared bv modern methods, possesses the greatest curative powers, and has the most wonderful record of actual cures of any medicine in existence. Take only Hood’s. Hood’* Fill* are purely vegetable, and do not purge, pain or gripe. 28c. Jlurli Improved. From the report of a missionary to Africa: “My congregation refuse to give up cannibalism, but I have suc ceeded in so far improving their tastes that they now eat with knives and forks.” A Quarter Century Tent. For a quarter of a century Dr. King’s New Discovery has been tested, and the millions who have received benefits from its use tes tify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the test so long, and that has given so universal satisfaction, is no experiment Eech bottle is positively guar ant'ed to give relief, or the money wi 11 be refunded. It is admitted to be the iro-t re- I liable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles | free at Flaws. Large size 50c. and $1. NEW'THIS week. Do you see this fellow? Well, he just got off the train, and has a swift move on to reach the Occidental Jjate! IVJA1N STREET, DAYTON, • - NEVADA, A. W. BRANN, Lessee, Where he is assured of getting a good, square meal and a clean, comfortable bed to sleep in, at prices to suit the times Board by the Day, Week or Month at Regular Rates. This Is the place for transients to put up when | beeklng a home like place to btop while remaining in the town. The Table Will Always Tonfaln the ISeMt the Slnrket Affords. Ulm Star leit Ifarket. MAIN STREET, DAYTON, NEVADA. Donnelly & Vincent, Prop's. -^,WE 8ELL^ “ Cuoice Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Sausage, Headcheese And all the I)i licacies. Meats Delivered to Our Customers anywhere Free of Charge. We solicit a share of your patronage, are out to do business, and would like to have you give us a trial, and be convinced that we can and will sell you choice meat at reasonable t>ri« es. DONNELLY & VINCENT. BXXiIiS AIjIjOWED -BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. -OF Lyon County. Xevada, Doo. Term of 1004. The following bills were examined and allow ed by the Board of County Commissioners m its regular monthly meeting, held December 3d, 1804: C T Martin, care of indigents $162 90 C F Fox, supplies for iudigent 24 50 Wm Kean, supplies for indigent 10 00 A Bennetts, for buggy hire. 0 50 Jas Nichol, road viewer 5 08 H Befton, road viewer. 5 00 C T Martin, labor on road 24 00 C Ross, labor on road and drawing plans for bridge . 82 50 A Johnson, labor on road 62 00 Chas Patterson, labor on road. .. 18 00 J W McPherson, labor on road 64 0)) F M Foster, labor on road. 3 00 C T Martin, labor on road. 55 00 B H Reymerw, labor on road. 35 00 Chas Genzell, labor on mad 8 00 J Thelrin, blacksmithing.. 16 oo V McIntyre, blacksmithing 3 25 Matt Bay, blacksmithing 32 oy John Dunn, blacksmithing 9 00 J L Webster, blacksmithing. S oo W H McEwen, blacksmithing 6 oo J L Webster, blacksmithing f» 00 G W Randall, blacksmithing. 28 00 > Jim Hmith, labor on road. 21 00 | L Donati, labor on road . 42 00 i G W Bennett, labor on mad 27 (JO | Eugene Howard, labor on road 27 00 1 8 Stevenson, labor on road. 19 00 • Wm MathUon, labor on road 6 00 | Wm Owens, labor on foot bridge. 5 50 i Geo »haw, labor on bridge 6 00 J It Shaw, lumber for county. 120 Ot) 1 L A Guild, labor and lumber for County 12 00 1 Wm Kean, supplies for county 8 % , Wm Duncan, labor o.i bridge 6 0u i NEW THIS WEEK. F A Teasland, Registry Agent fees 4 00 W FI Phillips, . 3 fi0 H Clinton, " “ “ . 2 26 T R Hawkins, .. . 47 00 T R Hawkins, repairing ballot boxes and booths. 6 50 A Carlisle A Co., election supplies 10 00 K Ross, fixing and cleaning hall for elec tion . 6 00 J E Twaddle, election messenger .... 1 80 I> C Simpson, labor for county and In spector of election 25 75 C T Martin, labor on road— 55 00 N Greenwood, Judge of election and mileage. 19 00 F A Teasland, Judge of election 10 00 W Howard. Inspector of election — 6 00 J A Huntoon, Clerk and Treasurer’s sal ary. 125 00 II Hill, Flection Inspector .5 00 James Howlands, Election Inspector 5 00 C Norris, Election Inspector, and mile age. 11 60 Johia Moore, Election Inspector. 10 00 T D Calvert, Election Inspector. 10 00 F Schoolcy, Election Inspector — 10 oo John Pierce, Election Inspector. 10 00 S W Burbank, Election Inspector 10 00 George Mldglcy, Election Inspector, and mileage.. 11 20 Win Roberts, Election Inspector 10 00 Ed Regan, Clerk of Election. 10 00 N J Buckland, Clerk of Ejection . 5 00 A TGosemnker, Clerk of Election. 10 CO G W Randall, Clerk of Election. 15 00 J T Davis, Clerk cf Election . 10 00 W W Stephens, Clerk of Election .. 10 00 Win Moran, Clerk of Election . 10 00 C Hinds, Clerk of Election. 10 00 D A Wilts, Clerk of Election. 10 00 J C Hazlett, District Attorney’s salary 20 83 A W Brann, Assessor’s salary.. 150 00 W A Donnelly, Sheriff’s and Janitor's fees.. . 126 00 T P Mai k, Auditor’s salary . 125 00 J F Holland. Commissioner’s per diem and mileage.. ... 53 33 W H Spragg, Commissioner per diem and mileage. 68 40 D P Randall, Commissioner’s salary and mileage. 34 93 D L Sayre, advertising for county. 12 00 W A Donnelly. Sheriff’s fees 57 80 E H Markwell, cutting wood f• »r Court House. .. 33 76 W W Coffin, freight charges and fare 2 85 John Lothrop, legal services .50 <«> J Scott, water for Court House. 5 no f J A Flaws, supplies for county 28 65 STATE OF NEVADA,J COUNTY OP LYON. f I. J. A. Hun toon County Clerk of Lyon County, Slate of Nevada, do hereby certify, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of ti e original, which now remains of record in my ofilce at Dayton, in said county. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and affixed the Seal of Lyon County, this 3rd day ot Dec., 1804. J. A. HUN TOON. County Clerk. FREE FREE jjarpers great History OF THE (7ivil War. Containing over 950 Pages and 1,000 Illustrations. For Particulars write to GOODFOB.M IUB CO., Chicago. Hi Cilia; Cash Ste! T. J. A. FLAWS, —DKALER IK — Choice Groceries, Provisions and Hardware, Furnishing Goods, Boots & Shoes, IIats, Caps, Etc., Glassware, Crocltory, Cutlery, Liquors * Cigars, Paints, Oils and Patent Medicines, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season, Fresh Dairy Buttbr, Fresh Eggs and Eastern Cream Cheese. Main St., - Dayton. Order* by mail given prompt attention. W. E. F. DEAL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, O F t I 0 K ! Hank of California Baildlni, Virginia City, Nevada. R. CLEATOR’S f^ew Stock of VJOintep 9ootweop /iWiv/eel. You can find plenty of the right kind of Boots and Shoes for the com ing cold Winter at Cleator’s, and you will find the prices very low to suit the dull times. ‘pffens’ and Boys’ P^eauy and Eight Boots and §f?oes for Winter. Eadies’ and Ghildrens’ ^eauy and Eight Buttorp Boots for (st)itj>ter. NEW STOCK OF FELT ROOTS AND SHOES FOR MEN, LADiES AND CHILDREN. You can find the largest and best stock ot Overshoes and Rubbers on the Pacific Coast at CLEATOR’S BOOT & SHOE STORE, 24 South C Street, Virginia City, Novada. Wm. KEAN, -DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions, Hardware cto Mill Goods Closing, Drygoods, Grocery, Tobacco, Liquors PAINTS, OILS, ETC. A Complete Stock of Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats Constantly on Hand. $3, 84 and 85 Whisky at Kean’s. A Full Line of Wall Paper, Borders & Window Shades. Homoeooathic and Patent Medicines. Order* by mail promptly attended to. TVT /iir> St.v Dayton, No. 653. Application for a Patent. U. 8 Land Office, Carson City, Nevada, 1 - October 15. 1894. f "V To TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Comet N<>rth Extension Mining Company, hv E. A. Bierke, its Agent, whose postoffic e ad dress is Silver city. Lyon County, Nevada, lias this day filed his application for a patent for Fifteen Hundred linear feet of the Comet North Extension mine or vein, bearing 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 offl ial plat on file in this office as Lot Number 150, in Township 16, north ranee 21 east of Mt Diablo base and meridian. Said Lot No 150being as follows Beginning at a post marked C. N. Ex T. 8. E M Co.. U. 8. S. ISO, post No 1 from which post No l >i peak in a range of mountains to the east known a.-, "The Peaks’’ bears N 87 deg, 3<> min K. the mouth of tunnel No 2 bears N 25 (leg. 41 min. E, distant 576 ft, the chimney on the Red Jacket Hoisting Works bears N 61 deg. 30 min. W, distant about 1000 ft, the north cen tral post of the Comet If 8 9 No 123 bears N 64 deg. 51 min. W, distant 99 ft, post No 2 of U 9 S No 123 bears 8 85 dfg 20 min. E, distant Mis ft. post No 1 of Lanza.- If 8 9 No 133 bears 9 80 deg 6 min K, distant 105 ft, the south west corner of section 8. T 16 N R 21 K. M D M bears 9 63 deg. 18 min. W, 2898 ft, running thence from said post No 1 1st course N 19 deg 46 min. E. 20 ft to intersection with north line of C 9 8 No 123. 26h ft to a point in American Ravine whence bears the ravine N 71^i deg W and H 61 deg. K, tiie mouth of tunnel No 1 8 51 deg 17 min. K 156 ft. 528 ft to a point whence bears the mouth of tunnel No 2 N 72 deg. 86 min K 74 ft, 738 feet to croppings, 7.59 ft to a point whence hears the 9 K corner of the shaft 8 22 deg. 3 ■ min K 48 ft, 1500 ft to post No 2. thence 2nd course N 75 deg. W 170 ft to intersection with north line of Mouth *t Louis |i M 8 182, 200 ft to rist no 3. thence 3rd course 8 19 deg. 4H min. W ft to point of intersection with north line of U 8 8 No 132, 88* ft to the intersection with west line of II 8 » No 132. 1218 ft to a point In American Ravine, 1480 ft to intersection with north line of U H 8 No 123. 1500 ft to post No 4. thence 4th course 9 75 deg. K '«*0 ft to post No 1 HUB ft to intersection with north line of If 8 > No 133. 4**0 ft to post No 5, thence 5th course N 19 deg. 48 min. K. 38 ft to intersection with north line of If 9 8 N.» 133, 229 ft to a point in American Ravine, 1199 ft to intersection wDh west line of Green U 9 H No y5. 1500 ft to post No 6, thence 6th course N 75 deg. W 195 ft to intersection with west line of U 8 8 No 95, 20 ft to post No 2. •■aid claim embraces as sur veyeu km area ui i.> /•> I his claimant applies for a patent to all of said land, mining claim and premises except so much thereof as U in conflict with U H Har veys Nos. 95. 128 & 133. Ah to IJ h Hurvey No 132, applicant states that no work was done or Improvement* made thereon for eight (8) years prior to the location of said claim, which Is known as and called the Comet North Kxten sion claim and the Comet Lode or vein In the Devils (late and Chinatown Mining District, Lyon County, Htate of Nevada. A portion of said claim is situated in Htorey County, *eva da. Magnetic variation lfi deg 28 mill K. coil taining 13.73 acres. The location of this mine Is recorded in the Recorder* Office of Lyon County, in book K of inissellaneou* records page 678. The adjoining claimant* are Comet I'HS 123 on the south and I.anzac II H H on south, part of Ht. Louis II H H 182 on east, part II 8 a 132 on west, part of II a H No 95on north. Aov and all person* claiming *dver*ely any portion of said Comet North Extension Mine or surface ground are required to file their ad verse claims with Die Register of the United State* Land office at ('arson City in the Stale of Ne vada, during the sixty days period of publlca tion hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. O. II GALLUP, Register It I* hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent be published for the period of ten consecutive week* in the Lyon County Tunis, a weekly newspaper published at Dayton, Lyon County. Nevada. O 11 GALLUP, Register. First publication Oct. 20, 1894. Subscribe for and Advertise in the Lyon County Times, tlie best Silver Party paper in the State of Nevada. L^HSTID CASES! Land patents secured for settlers in the shortest possible time. Contested Cases. Contested cases intelligently and skillfully handled. Old Claims and Disputes. Old claims and disputes speedily settled. The Press Claims Company, A combination of the largest and most in fluential newspapers.—and each paper vouches for the responsibility and high standing of the company,—has exceptional facilities for the prosecution of land business before the Commissioner of the General Lau-1 Office and the Hecrctary of the Interior. The PKE88 CLAIMS COMPANY not only prosecutes Contests between individuals having conflicting claims under the agricultural land laws, and those between claimants under the Mineral Laws and agricultural claimants, and also be tween claimants under any of the public land Laws and the railroad companies and their grantees, and the States and their grantees under the Swamp Land and School Land Crants. Specialty made of securing patents in the shortest possible time for settlers who have fully compiled with the laws under which their entries were made, and who are an noyed and worried by delays in the Issue of their patents because of Trifling Irregularities which can be easily and speedily removed. Advice also given in all matters relating to the public lands, especially on points arising under the new laws which have been recently passed providing for the dlkposol of the public domain. 11 you want your laud patented in a hurry. If you want your laud business, of any character, attended to by skillful and com potent attorneys and promptly disposed of, write to PRESS CLAIMS CO. •lOII.V WKWOKKBUUN, Managing Attorney. P. (>. Itox Washington, I). C. OL-ms. E. Maolt, Attorney-at-Law, K>oni 7, Odd tVIlawa' Hull dine. Virginia City, Nevada. NOTARY RUBRIC AND COMMISSIONER OK DEUllS.