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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday. . July 6, 1895. Entered at the Poatofflce. Dayton, as second class mail matter. w. H. R.KLM>««. 330 Pine street, 8au Francisco, Is our authorized Agent in Cal. ADVKKTINIKU RATES: Legal advertising, per square of ten lines of nonpariel..$ 2 50 Each subsequent insertion... 1 00 Commercial advertising, single column, per inch per month.. 1 00 Double column, per ineh. 1 50 Discount of 10 per cent, on commercial "ads” standing three months; 25 per cent, on “ads” standing six months; 40 per cent, on "ads” standing one year. Local notices, per line of nonpariel, first insertion.1 -10 Each subsequent insertion, per line.05 No deviation from above prices In Memorium Resolutions published in the Times will he charged for at the rate of ten cents per line. i %' To tell what Hood’s Sarsaparilla has don* for me. I had the grip and its ill effects setbiuu B.u uvor me. I had cramps in my legs and frequently I had to get up at night and walk to relax the mus cles. I also had stomach troub y. les. I then took o Rood's Sarsapa ^ ritla. One bottle S cured thecramp, ^ and another has ■J t helped ray stom cach trouble greatly. I have taken 8 bottles and \r'e Hood’s Pills wh’ch are the best I ever look.” H. A. MELVIN, Sisters, Oregon. F/’JcocFs Sarsaparilla Is tha Only True Blocd Purifier prominently in the public eye today. i r ^ ,,, *> ^ 0 *^1 *5:ny to buy easy to take, a + easy in effect* 25c. TIME TABIjE -OF THE CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. 28d, 1803. From Mound House STATIONS. ___ No. 1. Leave — Mound House... 1050a m Dayton. 1150 p m Clifton. 12:10 f m Fort Churchill.. 12:40 p m Wabuska. p ** Cleaver. 1:50 pm Mason. 2 00pm Rio Vista. 225 pm dchurz. 3si5 p m (xillis. 3 45 pm Arrives— Hawthorne. 4:50 p m Leaves— Hawthorne. 6:20 pm Kinkead. 6 00 p m Luning. 6:35 pm New Boston. 6:55 pm dodadprings 7:15 pm Rhodes. 7:35 pm Belleville. 8:45} PM T unction. 8:35 p m Candelaria. 9:10 p M No. 8. Belleville. 3:35 am function. 8:45 am Arrives— Basalt.. 9:45 am Summit. 1050 am Queen. 1125 a m Benton . 12:05 a m Hammlll. 12:45 pm Arrives— ■Udhop Creek .. 1:45 p m ... . Leaves— -*>ishop Creek... 2:15 p m Alvord. 34)0 p m ‘‘•'bets. 3:45 pm Independence . 455 pm Lone Pine. 525 pm B waiis ea ........ 6 55 p m , Arrives— Keeler. 0:15 , „ To Mound House No. 2. Arrives— 5*5 P M 5:20 P M 4:40 p M 4:10 p M 3*51 _ __ 2-15 j P" 3410 P M 2:50 p if 2:25 p M 1:45 p M 14)5 p is Leaves— 124)0 M Arrives 11 *n a m 10*0 AM 10:15 A M 9:55 a m 9*5 A M 9:15 A M 8:S5i A M 8:l5i A M 8:05 a m 7:40 A M No. 4. 5*5 P M 5:25 pm Leaves— 4 20 p M 3 30 p m 2 *0 p m 1:45 p M 12*0 p M Leaves— 11:40 am Arrives— 10:10 a m 10:10 a m 9:25 a m 8:40 a m 7:45 a m 7:10 a M Leaves— 7:00 a m Tram 1 and 2 run daily, la* *ijam * "uns Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri ( *ra’n I runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur '»Ay s« Passenger trains make close connection at Mound House with express trains of Virginia andTruokee Railroad, which connect at Reno with east and west-bound trains of Central Pa etfic Railroad. STARK koknkctionn. . ^H^horne. with United 3taTes 8tage Co’s coaches for Aurora (26 miles); Bodie (37 miles); and for Lundy and Bridgeport. with ™L"*: ,rom Mound House), ItiSL ’ |?,lK]>ury * Co’s tri weekly ’la^n®* Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri unmt f Downeyville, Grantsville and Bel statrt«afT^erar!a’ w‘th L!n,ted States Stage Co’s Montt*nmaVu!*b,n,8,,(8 m,les), Silver Peak, Montezuma, Alida Valley. Gold Mountain, etc. —.W,J£ s^*res for Cerro Gordro (6 «iles), Darwin (22 miles), and Panamint. R J T 4 wu H- M. YKRINGTON, K’ „ , General Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent. D A. BENDER, General Freight and Passenger Agent. In Your Blond Is the cause of that tired, languid feeling which ffl cts you at this season. The blood is im pure and has become thin and poor That is lhyy°“ haTe no length, no appetite, cannot sleep Purify your blood with Hood’s earsa parilla, which will give you an appetite, tone your stomach, and invigorate your nerves. Hood a PHI’* are easy to take, easy in ac tion and sure in effect. 26c. TVte U. S. Gov’t Reports •how Royal Baking Powder superior to ail others. bkikf xrmtion. —Bar silver, 66|. —Haying is in full blast on the ranches in this vicinity. —Patriotic Patty, spent his Fourth of July, in Davton. —J. R. Hoag took his departure Thursday for Edna, California. —The fire engine was out for trial Tuesday night, and worked well. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World’s Pair Highest Award. —John Lothrop and daughter, Daisy, spent their Fourth in Haw thorne. —Miss Mary Allen, of Silver City, was visiting friends in Dayton, this week. —Miss Maud Long, of Gold Hill, is visiting friends, at the Mound House. —Wm. Gerry, formerly of Sutro, now of Bodie, will leave so( n for South Africa. —Justice Hawkins is quite ill, and has been confined to the house for some time. —The American Flag floated from nearly every house in Dayton on the Fourth. —A1 Ernest went below last night, being called to the City by the sickness of his wife. —Miss Bessie Penrose, and Miss Fitzgerald, of Gold Hill, left Sun day, to visit friends in Mason Valley. —Tnere was no bail game in Carson on the Fourth. The Deaton nine was there, but could not get a game. —A type-setting machine has been invented which will set 50,000 an hour. We are negotiating for one of these machines. —Russel Schooley and wife and children left last Monday morning for Bodie, where he has secured a position as engineer. They went by team. —The banner of the A. P. A. con sists of the stars and stripes, beneath which is a white streamer, bordered in red, and the letters “A. P. A. ” in blue in the center. —There seems to be some little hitch about the sale of the Silver Star mines, in Esmeralda county. The first payment of $100,000 has been made, hut the others may not be. — Franklin Leonard the new Supt. of the Sutro Tunnel Co. who was in Sutro last week, speaks very favor ably about the renewal of business in the tunnel and on the Comstock. —A man was murdered by tramps at Wadsworth last week Friday. He was hit on the head by a fish plate and after being killed all the money he had was taken from his clothes. —An Earl’s son recently landed in New York having come over in the steerage. He may yet return in the cabin, the happy husband of some American mnlti-millionaire’s daughter. —Considerable lumber is now being hauled from this place to Sutro by team. The lumber comes from Lakeview, via the V. & T. and C. & C. roads. This means work in the tunnel. —A young German girl died re cently in Carson Valley, from a criminal operation. Whether done by herself or other parties is not known. After her death a dead child was found in her trunk. There is much excitement in Genoa over the affair. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other di-eases put together, and until the last few year, was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro^ nounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to eyre with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitu tional disease and therefore requires constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, many factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Internally in doses from ten drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars fot any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O, •y Sold by Druggists, 75c. COUNTY COMMIMSIONRRi*. Regular quarterly Meeting—Buxlnea* Tran Noe ted, Rtc The Board ot County Commis sioners held its regular quarterly meeting on the 3d; present, D. P. Randall, Chairman; Greely French and G. W. Kneirim, Commissioners; A. J. Loftus, Clerk, and A. E. Har ris District Attorney. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The list of bills allowed will be found in another column. . A transfer of $177 56 was order ed made from the General to the officer’s Salary Fund. The quarterly reports of the sev eral county and township officers were received and ordered filed. A petition was received from the citizens of the county asking that the Board still further defer action in regard to collecting the amount due on the bond of the late J. A. Huntoon. Prayer of petitioners granted. A petition was received from many of the residents of Silver City, asking that a branch county jail be built at that place. There was also a remonstrance to the pe tition. The Board discussed the matter at some length, and was of the opinion that a jail should be built, but owing to a lack of funds decided to lay the matter on the table for a month or two. A petition which had been re ceived by the County Treasurer from State Treasurer LaGrave. was read to the Board. The communi cation stated that an opinion of the Attorney-General was to the effect that the State was not liable for any portion of the salaries of the Treasurers, Recorders and As sessors of the several counties in the State. The Board thought dif ferently, and unless some other county, which is more interested jn the matter than Lyon is contests this opinion, Lyon, no doubt, will. It was ordered that the Auditor draw a warrant on the Treasurer for the sum of $141 62, the amount due Esmeralda county as interest on bonded indebtedness, and for ward the same to the Treasurer of Esmeralda county. The Board, in company with the Auditor and Treasurer, then count ed the money in the treasury and found the same to amount to $6, 205 05, being the correct sum as shown by the report of Auditor and Treasurer. Board then adjourned to meet August 5th, 1895. Kuiglits of the Maccabees. The State Commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: “Af ter trying other medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough in our two children we tried Dr. King’s New Discovery and at the end of two days the cough entirely left them. We will not be without it hereafter, as our experience proves that it cures where all other remedies fail.”—Signed, F. W. Stevens, State Com.—-Why not give this great medicine a trial, as it is guaranteed and trial bottles are free at Flaw's Store. Regular size 50c. and $1._ meeds Repairing One of the large Sutro tunnel teams which was hauling lumber from here this week got stuck in a mud hole in the road just above the Douglas mill. This spot in the road is always bad from seepage, and ought te be filled up so that the water could be kept out. It May Do as Much for Yen. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that he had a severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so-called kidney cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began use of Electric Bitters and found* relief at once. Electric Bit ters is especially adapted to the cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove cur statements Price only 50c. for large bottle. At Flaw’s Store. Dr. Price’* Cream Baking Powder World’s Pair Highest Medal and Diploma. —Several patriotic Daytonites stayed at home and celebrated the Fourth, among them the Times editor. =-■'.■■ ' Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report Absolutely pure Blackty and the Canal. “Gath,” the well-known news paper man, recently had an inter view with John W. Mackay, and credits the latter with the follow ing regarding the Nicaragua Canal: “Things may as well be done com prehensive as insignificant. There is the Nicaragua Canal. Its prose cution would reflect credit on our engineers and our country, and open up new destinies to us. The entire west coast of America would come to the vortex of that canal. Chili, Peru, Central America, Poly nesia, Asia. Look at the proposed telegraph lines across the South Pacific Ocean on that map! Great events are occurring in those old and those new countries. Why are we not up to the mark? The Nicaragua would pay 6 per cent, the first year it was opened to trade. I told Mr. De Lesseps that he would never build a canal across Panama; that I had crossed Pana ma twice and Nicaragua twice wnue yet a Doy. ne saia: iviy friend, voa will take me in your yacht through the Panama canal to California.’ Poor man! His head was carried away by his suc cess at Suez. From the time I went to California, in 1851, I have looked to Nicaragua as the right place to pierce the Isthmus. Then with Cape Horn set aside, all our American seaboard cities, large and small, will feel the era of a new commerce. It would take America out of her little questions and give her a shaking up, which she so much needs. Caviling and criticising are signs of decay. Ac tion, and an large things, is the re vival of a nation which has spent the fine energies of our war date.’’ Deafness Cannot Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the deceased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is by con stitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect bearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflam mation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be de stroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous surface.-. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 8end for circulars, free. F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. •^"Sold by Druggists, 7ftc. Wot a Uamblint t.aine. Judge Beatty of the State Su preme Court asserts in a late opin ion that draw poker is not a gam bling game, The Justice says: “Poker playing for money, how ever objectionable in fact, is, in the eyes of the law, as innocent as chess or any game played for recreation, and its vo taries and the place where it is played are not criminal.” The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav ening power as the Royal, Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. -DA BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE A purt Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Flee from Ammonia, Alamoi any other adulterant 40 YEARS TUT. STANDARD. A wonderful Horseman. Six thousand people recently assembled at Agricultural Park in Sacramento to see Professor Gleason attempt to subdue Morton, a vicous horse who had been ruled off the Bay District track. Then Morton was brought in and harnesf ed. He proved himself a first-class kicker when tin pans were fastened to his crupper. In ten minutes after time was called the pans were taken off; in one minute more he was harness ed to the wagon, and although he threw himself down, he was forced to rise and in twenty-four and a half minutes was driven up and down the track, amid the loud ap plause of the assembly, and the judges declared the wager won. It was a wonderful exhibition of horse manship. Prospect*. Should the work now con templeted on the Brunswick lode and in the Sutro tunnel develop some fair properties, there is no doubt that a mill will be erected at Sutro to work the ore which will be taken out through the tunnel. And in all probability the Rock Point and Douglass mills at this place would be put in repair and set in motion. A narrow-guage track already runs by Sutro from this place, and ore could be hauled here very cheaply. This is reported from a reliable source, but it all depends upon what is found in the new ground that is to be prospected. The Keystone or the Areh In the edifice of health Is vigor, which means not merely muscular energy, but an active dis charge of the various functions of the body, such as digestion, secretion of the bile, the ac tion of the bowels, the circulation of the blood. Nothing more actively and thoroughly contrib utes to the united performance of these func tions than the renowned tonic and regulator, Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, The result of its use is a speedy gain in strength, together with the agreeable consciousness that the tenure of life is being strengthened—that one is laying up a store of vitality against the unavoidable draughts which old age makes upon the sys tem. The fortifying influence of the Bitters constitute it a reliable safeguard against ma laria, rheumatism and kidney trouble. Appe tite and sleep improve through its use, and It protects the system from the effects of cold and damp. meat market. Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to deal ers in the San Francisco market: Beef—First quality, 6@6^c. $ lb; second quality, 5@5ijc.; third quality, 4iJ@5c. $ lb. Calves—5@7c. for large, and 5@7c. lb for small. Mutton—4@4^c. lb. Lamb—Spring, 5@6c. lb. Pork—Live hogs, 4@4$c. for hard; 2|@3c. for soft, and 4@4|c. for feeders; dressed hogs, 5^@7c. $ lb. We Make Whe j duality fluarautMtf the BEST. our LINES, WEIGHTS mo PRICES mi RIGHT I EUREOGE«BELVDEBE IN TWENTY-FIVE STYLES. WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE. National Sewing Machine Go. BELVIDERE, ILL.