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Saturday_November 16, 1895. Entered at the Postofflce, Dayton, as second class mai 1 matter. (J If. 830 Pine street, San Francisco, Is our authorised Agent in Cal. ADVKttTIMlNCt BATES; Legal advertising, per square oi ten lines of nonpariel....— ..I 2 Each subsequent insertion. 1 Commercial advertising, single column, per inch per month..... 1 Double column, per inch. 1 Discount of 10 per cent, on commercial"ads” standing three months; 26 per cent, on “ads" standing six months; 40 per cent, on “ads” standing one year. Local notices, per line of nonpariel, first insertion — .. .♦ 10 Each subsequent insertion, per line.05 No deviation from above prices. In Memorium Resolutions published in the Turns will be charged for at the rate of ten cents per line. ss ss Tired Women Must have strength or they will be In the suffering despair of nervous prostration. The true way to win vigorous health is to take Hood’s Sarsaparilla which will build up strength by making pure, rich blood; thus it will also feed the nerve3 upon tbeir proper nourishment, create an appetite, tone the stomac h invigorate every organ. Hood’s Sarsaparilla is what tired women need—the one True Blood Purifier prominent in the public eye. MrwrkH’c 05ftc act harmoniously with nooa S IrlilS Hood’*Sarsavanlla. 2Cc. TIME TABLE -OF THE CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. 23d, 1898. STATION8. Mound House. Dayton. Clifton. Fort Churchill.. 'Vabuska. Cleaver . Mason. Hio Vista. Schurz. tiillis. Hawthorne. Hawthorne . Kinkead . Luning. New Boston. Soda Springs Rhodes. Belleville. 1 unction. Candelaria. Belleville . I unction. Basalt. Summit. liueen. Benton. Hammill. Bishop Creek .. Bishop Creek... Alvord . Tihbets. Independence . Bone Pine. Swansea. Keeler...... . From Mound House No. 1. Leave 1050 A 11:30 P 12:10 p 12:40 P l:15l l 1:35} 150 P 2:00 P 235P 3:05 p 3:45 P Arrives— 4:50 r Leaves— 5:20 p 6 50 P 6:35 P 6:55 P 7:15 p 7:85 P 8:161 8:45) 8:35 P 0:10 p No. 3. 8 55 A 8:45 A Arrives— 9:4 5 a 10:30 a 11:25 a 12:05 A 12:45 P Arrives— 1:45 p Leaves— 2:15 p 3:00p 8:45 p 4 35 p 5:25 p 055 P Arrives— 6:15 p w KKKKKK K KKKK S KB S X ' KKKKKK a KKKKK 2 KKKK To Mound House No. !L Arrives— 555 P M 5:20 p m 4:40 p m 4:10 p M 3 55 I _ y 2-15 ( PM 3:00 p M 2:60 p U 2:25 PM 1:45 p M 1:05 P »: Leaves— 12:00 M Arrlves 11 .-30 AM 10:50 A M 10:15 A M 9:55 a li 9:35 A M 9:16 a m 8:35! A M 8:154 * “ 8:05 a M 7:40 A u No. 4. 555 m 5:25 p m Leaves— 4:20 m 3 80 pm 2:30 P M 1:45 p M 1250 P M Leaves— 11:40 a m 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 Train- X and 2 run daily. Tram 3 -uns Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days. Train 4 runa Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. Passenger trains make close connection at Mound House with express trains of Virginia a,]ruTrUokee Railroad, which connect at Reno with east and west-hound trains of Central Pa cific Railroad. »TA«E CONNECTIONS. At Hawthorne, with United States Stage Go’s coaches for Aurora (26 miles); Bodie (37 miles); and for Lundy and Bridgeport. A* U26 miles from Mound House), with Gilmer, 8ulisbury A Co‘s tri-weekly stages, (leaving Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days) for Downeyvllle, Hrantsville and Bel mont. At.Candelaria, with United States Stage Co’s stages for Columbus (8 miles), Silver Peak, Montezuma, Alfda Valley. Gold Mountain, etc. At Keeler, with stages for Cerro Gordro (6 miles), Darwin (22 miles), and Panamint. H. M YERINGTON, R. J. LAWS, General Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent. D. A. BENDER, General Freight and Passenger Agent. Tickled Nearly to lieath You will be by taking a bath in Shaw's Hot Springs, near Carson. When you drive over from here take the branch road at Empire. Charlie Slingerland is the genial boniface at the resort, and he will treat you just right. Go and wash your sins away. BRIEF MKNTION. —Bar silver, 67f. —Will Gerry is in from Bodie. —The Mayor of Wabueka now rides a bicycle. —Ivy Parker, of Sacramento, is in Mason Valley. —The Italian is the most ‘‘organ ic” man in the world. —Dick Fricke is hauling wheat from Mason Valley to Bodie. —Jas. Parker is in Mason Valley from Bodie attending his sick son. —The family of H. F. Swasey, of Wabueka, have moved to Bodie to reside. —Pay your taxes. They will be delinquent on the 2nd of next month. —Frank Blair has struck a good prospect in the Flora Temple mine in Silver City. —Henry Parker, of Mason Val ley, is dangerously ill with typhoid malarial fever. —Albert Jaqua and Wm. Mooney are doing assessment work on the Whitman mine in Como. —It is rumored that a wedding will soon take place between a Day tonite and a Sntro young lady. — Henry Collier killed two fine deer in the Pinenut mountains last Monday. The animals dressed 150 pounds each. —Mgr. Satolli is soon to be re lieved of his post in this country by Mgr. Laurenzelli, at present the Papal representative in Holland. —Geo. Plummer is shipping deli cious apple cider to Virginia and Hawthorne from his ranch in Ma son Valley. Why not ship some to Dayton ? —W. T. Warren and Fred Struss, of this place, are in Carson on the jury which is trying Heney, who is accused of stealing bullion from the Ctarson mint. —W. J. Harris, the popular ac countant for the V. <fc G. H. Water Company, is the proud daddy of another girl. The young lady ar rived on this earth on the 7th inst. —Merrill, the man who claimed he had killed two sheep herders near Reno, is insane and has been sent to the asylum. The men he said he killed were found all right. —Wanted—Twenty dozen young pullets. Highest market price will be paid for same. Address Byron Gates, Dayton, Nev. —Al. Johnson passed through Mason Valley this week with a band of horses from Golconda, Humboldt county. He was on his way to Fresno, Cal. Johnson is 6ft. 11 in. tall. —Mrs. R. W. Morris and Mrs. A. T. Braun, of Yerington, return ed to their homes from San Fran cisco Wednesday, where the former had been to have her eyes treated. Her sight is much improved. —A man was arrested the other side of Truckee last Monday for putting a spike between two rails to derail the train. He gave the name of Geo. Bnckland and claim ed he lived on Haight St., San Francisco. —At the recent tire m liailion Ravine, Gold Hill, one of the hy drants would not work. An ex amination of the hydrant was made a few days ago and five dead trout were found jammed in it in a way that shut the water off. The trout were from twelve to fourteen inches long. ___ _■_ A Scrap All Around. Welk Lothrop and Pete Millsap had a scrapping match in Pierini’s. saloon last Thursday night, in which chairs, knives, etc., were used. Later on in the night Lou Shaw and Millsap had a scrap with rocks, and the latter got pretty well used up. Whisky was the greatest factor in the fight, but some blood was spilt, also. ANOTHER BVNOLINO STEAK*. Ttvo CtraonltrH Try to Sell a Bosom Box of Opium. The Carson Appeal of yesterday says Harry Butt6 is under arrest for grand larceny. The warrant for his arrest was sworn to by a Chinaman named Wah Sing. The Chinaman tells the following story: He says that on Wednesday, par ties visited his store in Chinatown and represented that they had a batch of smuggled opium of con siderable value, but they were in need of money he would sell it to him at a price below its value. The sum demanded for the opium was $235. Knowing the party well the Chinaman agreed to take the stuff, which was to be delivered to him after dark. At about 6:30 the own er of the opium drove up in a cart to the rear of the Chinaman’s place, and called him out to receive the goods. The place of meeting was dark, and as the Chinaman only had $145 in cash the seller agreed to take his note for the other $80. The Chinaman had jusi turned over the $145 and was lifting the box out of the cart, when the con federate in the steal suddenly con fronted them with a pistol in each hand and exclaimed. “Now I’ve got you, you sons of-, I’ll arrest you both for smuggling opium.” The party who sold the opium shoved the Chinaman aside and ran away while the confederate whipped up the horse and made his escape. The Chinaman real ized that he had been robbed and came up town and swore out a war rant for the arrest, of Harry Butts and Lee Brooks. Brooks could not be found and it is supposed that he has left for parts unknown. The case came up before Judge Hawthorne Thursday and Butts was placed under $1,000 bonds for grand larceny. The case went over until Saturday. Thankiteiving. Gov. Jones has issued his Thanks giving proclamation. This year the day of feasting comes on the 28th inst. The Governor says: “Let ns abstain on that day from all un necessary labor, and amid the sur roundings of the home, in the churches and places dedicated to public worship, observe the day in a manner becoming a Christian people,earnestly invoking the favor, care and guidance of the Supreme Ruler of the Universe in the future, while with thankful hearts we ac knowledge our gratitude and loy alty to Him whose blessings have been so bountiful.” So may it be. The Uc.vMeur Claim We were shown a gold nugget yesterday from a placer claim in Trinity county, Cal., owned by Ah. Wilson, Geo. Wilson, Frank Blair, Arthur Hamilton and others, which is valued at $8.94. The nug get is in the shape of a Chinese shoe, and is the pure stuff. The parties owning the claim have three hundred acres of ground on the Trinity river about 70 miles above Redding. If they have much such ground as produced the nug get their fortunes are made. When the Chill Windu or the Mora ine Han* like a pall over the surface of the earth, it will be well for you before venturing into the raw vaporous air, charged, perhaps, with the seeds of malaria or provocation of rheu matic twinges, to take a wineglassful of Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters, and thus shield your self from atmospheric influences threatening to the health. If you happen to get snowed, sleed or rained upon, use the same preventive and avoid the rheumatism or a dangerous cold. The agreeable warmth infused into the circulation by this genial stomachic, Its invig orating and regulating properties commend it to all appreciative of the fact that prevention is better than cure Use the Ritters for dys pepsia, biliousness, nervousness and kidney trouble, sick headache and debility. Murder or ttuleldet Melvin Maynard, a resident of Carson, was found dead in King canyon, near that city, with a bul let in his heart, last Saturday. It is thought that he was murdered, although the coroner’s jury render ed a verdict of suicide. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report Absolutely pure Walton (.etH Two Yearn. Geo. Walton, the man who in company with Manuel Rosa at tempted to swindle the California Bank out of $1,000 with a bogus bar of bullion, had his trial in Vir ginia City last Monday, and was sentenced to two years in the State prison. He confessed that he was implicated in the crime, and said Rosa was the instigator of the scheme. The authorities believe now that Rosa was the one who planned the steal and did most of the work. He has not plead guilty, but will fight the case, and has en gaged an attorney to defend him. The officials think they have evi dence enough to send him to prison with Walton for a longer term than two years, and it is not at all im probable that they are right. Rosa’s trial will take place Monday next. Walton is held in Virginia as a witness. ■nterestKd In t'onio. Dr. S. Hunt, of Rhode Island, who is a part owner of the North Rapidan mine, drove up to Como yesterday to take a look at the camp and its prospects. Dr. Hunt, it is understood, is quite wealthy, and is looking for gold producing properties. He can find no better place than Como to invest in, and it is very probable that he may join Col. Boylein the tunnel scheme to tap the Rapidan ground. He thinks well of the proposition, at least. All the Home am London Three old men, ranging in age from 50 to 78 years, have been ar rested in San Francisco for hiring young girls from 8 to 14 years of age to their rooms and ravishing them. Capf. Lane, the oldest of the trio, has a house on Dupont street, and employed a 14-year-old girl to entice young girls into his den with a promise of money, candy, etc. He is reported to be quite wealthy. Twenty-five or thirty young girls have been found who have been out raged by these three men. Marveloum Kettultm. From a letter written by the Rev. J. Gunder man, of Dimondale. Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: *‘I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King’s New Discovery, as the results w ere almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction, she was brought down with pneumonia, succeeding lagrinpe Terrible paroxysims of coughing would last hours with little interruption, and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend rec ommended Dr. King’s New Discovery; it was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in its results.” Trial bottles free at Flaws. Regular size 50c. and 11. Meat Market. Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to deal ers in the San Francisco market: Beef—First quality, 5@5^c. fb; second quality, 4@4£c.; third quality, 3^@4c. lb. Pork—Live hogs, 4@4£c. for hard; 3$@3fc. for soft; dressed do $ lb. Mutton—4@4^c. $ lb. Calves—4@5c. for large, and 5@7c. lb for small. Lamb—Spring, 5@6c. lb. The Heney Jury. J. M. Cunningham of Reno, H. H. Springmeyer of Genoa, John James of Genoa, W. C. Dovey of Silver City, W. T. Warren of Dayton, J. C. Cor ey of Virginia, John Hymer of Reno. Fred Strauss of Dayton, J. Engle brecht of Virginia, D. L. Brown of Virginia, J. H. Brockliss and Marion Seamen of Genoa. Catarrh In the Head Ib due to impure blood, and cannot be cured by local applications Hood’s Sarsaparilla has cured hundreds of cases of catarrh because It purifies the blood and in this way removes the cause of the disease. It also builds up the system and prevents attacks of pneumonia, diphtheria and typhoid fever. Hoad’s Pills become the favorite cathar tic with everyone w ho tries them. 25c. Itoxa'p* <'ul>iii Hobb«il. Manuel Rosa, who is implicated in the bullion robbery, has a cabin near Johntown, in Gold Canyon. Since he has been in jail in Virginia some one robbed his cabin of all it contained. The officers of Storey county suspected a man named Ger main of the robbery and went to his mother’s house on D street in Virginia City, and found the goods —principally clothing—there. Ger main said he had taken the stuff to keep for Rosa, but Rosa claims he gave him no authority to take it, and is very mad about it. As the robbery took place in Lyon county, the authorities of this county will have to take the matter in hand, if anything at all is done. Rosa is very anxious to have Germain punished. Bullion Attached. Last Friday the C. & C. R. R. at tached a bar of bullion that was shipped by E. J. Hanchett from Silver Peak. The attachment papers were served on the Wells, Fargo agent at Carson and the bullion was detained at Carson. It is re ported that Hanchett is indebted to the railroad company for a large amount. It is feared this attach ment will shut down the work at Silver Peak and throw the men there out of work. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ( Lucati County. j 8 Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A Co., doing busines in the City of Toledo, coun ty and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, 1886. I HEAL. ■} A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F J CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. by druggists, 75c. The lleney Case. The trial of James Heney, for appropriating mint bullion or gran ulations is before the court in Car son and drags somewhat. The testi mony for the prosecution places Heney in an unenviable light so far. What witnesses for the defense may show up remains to be seen. The case will probably take up the greater part of next week. Four It I it MurrettseN. Having the needed merit to more than make all the advertisements claim for them, the fol lowing four remedies have reached a phenom inal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption, coughs and colds, each bottle guar anteed— Electric Bitters, the great remedy for liver, kidneys and stomach.—Buckien's Arnica 8alve, the best in the world; and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them, and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at Flaws. For Over Fifty Year*. Mas. Winslow’s 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. 8old by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle Be sure and ask for “Mrs Winslow’s Soothing 8yrup.” and take no other kind. Awarded Highest Honors—World’s Fair, DR BAKING POWDflt MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.