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Saturday.March 28, 1896. Entered at the Poatoffice, Dayton, aa second class mail matter. «. H. KKLL060. 830 Pine street, 8an Francisco, is our authorised Agent in Cal. ’'aSR*'' 5 Sores In combination, proportion and process Hood’s Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself, and unequalled in true merit. No other medicine ever possessed so much curative power, or reached such enormous sales, or made such won derful cures, as Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It is undoubtedly the best medicine ever made to purify, vitalize and en rich the blood. That is the secret of its success. Read this statement: “When my son was 7 years of nge, he had rheumatic fever and acute rheuma tism, which settled in his left hip. He was so sick that no one thought there was any help for him. Five sores broke out on his thigh, which the doctor said were Scrofula •ores. We had three different doctor*. Piece* of bone came oat of the sores. The last doctor mid the leg would have to be eat open and the bone scraped, before he ooald get well. Howard became so low that he would eat nothing, and one doc tor mid there was no chance for him. “One day, a newspaper recommending Hood’s Sarsaparilla was left at our door. We decided to try this medicine. Howard commenced taking it the last of February, after having been sick for a year and a Cured half. He hadn’t taken it a week before I mw that his appetite began to improve, and then he gained rapidly. I gave him five bottles, when the sores were all healed and they never broke oat again. The crutches he had used for four years were laid aside, as he had no further use for them. I give all the credit to Hood’s Sar saparilla.” Mrs. Ada L. Moody, Fay Street, Lynn, Mass. This and many similar care* prove that Hood’s Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1. Prepared only by C. I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Mass. ___ ,, n... cure Liver Ills; easy to flOOCl S PllIS take, easy to operate. 26c. TIME TABLE -or THB CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING KFFROT NOV. 25tn, 1800. STATIONS. Mound House. Dayton. Clifton. Port Churchill Wabuska. Cleaver . Mason. Rio Vista. Schura. ... Oiliis. Hawthorne. Hawthorne. Kinkead . Liming.. New Boston. Soda Springs Rhodes. Belleville. function <. Candelaria. function. Basalt. Summit. Uueen. Benton. Hammlll. Bishop Creek .. Bishop Creek... Alvord. Tibbets. Independence . i-one Pine. Swansea. Keeler. From Mound House No. 1. Leaves — 1030 a m 11:05 A M 11:60 AM 1230 P M 136 P M 1 45 P M 2:10 p M 3*0 p M 3:30 P M Arrives— 4:40 pm No. S. Leaves— 6*0 A M (i 37 A M 7:10 am 730 AM 7:50AM 8:10 A M 8.50 A M y:00 A M “am y 10:10 a m 11:10 a M 12*0 m 12*0 p m 130pm 2:10 p m Arrives— 3:10 P M Leaves— 8:15 P M 4*5 P M 4:50 p m 5:86 p m 620pm 6:50 p M Arrives— 7*0 p * To MouDd House No. 2. Arrives— 5. 50 p m 5:15 P M 4:30 p m 4*0 p M 3201 8t«j 2:45 P M 2:35 P M 2:10 PM 1:25 P M 12:40 p u Leaves— 1120 A M No. 4. Arrives 726 p m 6:48 P M 6:16 P M 6:56 P M 6:36 P M 6:15 P M 4:35 p m 4.25 p M 4 00) 3*01 FM 8:26 P M 2:25 P M 1:35 P M 12:85 P M 11*0 PM 11*0 PM Leaves— 9:60 am Arrives— 9:45 A M 8:56 am 8:10 a m 7:25 a M 6:40 A M 6:10 a M Leaves— 6:00 a M Train? l and 2 run daily. Train 8 -uns Monday?, Wednesdays and Fri days. Train 4 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. Passenger trains make close connection at Mound House with express trains of Virginia and Truckee Railroad, which connect at Reno with east and west-bound trains of Central Pa cific Railroad. 8TAGK CONNECTIONS. At Hawthorne, with United States Stage Co’s coaches for Aurora (28 miles); Bodte (87 miles); and for Lundy and Bridgeport. At Candelaria, with United States Stage Co's stages for Columbus (8 miles). Silver Peak, Montesuma, Alida Valley, Gold Mountain, etc. At Keeler, with stages for Cerro Gordro (8 aailes), Darwin (22 miles), and Panamlnt. „ . H. M. YBRINGTON, R. J. LAWS, General Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent. D. A. BBNDBR, General Freight and Passenger Agent. bbikf ■ Birr (ox. —Bar silver, 68$. —Sheepshearing has began in Mason Valley. — H. 0. Pursel was in from Ma son Valley this week. —Watson and Damon left for Bodie again Wednesday morning. —The Gov. has proclaimed Tues day, the 21st day of April, as Arbor Day. —Some cattle have already blot ed on alfalfa in Mason Valley this season. —The rain storm reached Mason Valley last Thursday. It was light, however. —Mrs. W. R. Penrose, of Wa buska, who has been quite ill, is convalescent. —“Pony” Cmwninshield was down from his Como ranch this week Thursday. —Col. Boyle and James Yering ton went up to Como Tuesday to look at the mines. —Mrs- W. W. Coffin, who has been quite ill for a week or two, is improving in health. —There will be no school next week, as the teachers will attend the Institute in Reno. —Grass and alfalfa have started two weeks earlier in Mason Valley than in average seasons. —T. B. Rickey has distributed considerable money in Mason Val ley this week for hay and cattle. —The Mieses Ella and Ivy Rey nolds were tendered a very pleasant surprise party last Friday evening. —The rain and snow has soften ed the Como road so that ore will not be hauled for a week or more. —The Rock Point mill will start about April 1st, when there will be plenty of ore for a continuous run. —N. H. A. Mason shipped sev eral carloads of horses from Wa buska to San Francisco last Wed nesday. —Ed. Kreisel and wife passed through here the first of this week on their way from Mason Valley to San Francisco. —Ormsby county incurred an expense of $95 95 in fighting the Appeal's claim for $52 15, which the Court decides it must pay. —W. R. Lee, of St Clair, Chur chill county, has been looking for honey-bees and potatoes in Mason Valley for a week or more past. —The jury in the Mrs. Davidson case in San Francisco acquitted her without leaving their seats. This sits down on Parson Brown rather heavily. —Mrs. Dr. Gardner arrived from Petaluma last Tuesday. The Dr. went to Reno Monday night to meet her. They will reside in the Hazlett home. —Joe Dingle ran off the grade near Palmyra with a load of quartz last Tuesday. No damage was done, except the delay and blocking up the road for a day. —U. Strosnider and wife were in from Mason Valley this week Thurs day, and yesterday left for Reno, where Mr. Strosnider will doctor for a cancer on his lip. —Wm. Baker was in from Mason Valley Thursday on his way to Virginia to take down and haul a house out to his place. His son Wm. is building the house. —The Appeal says it is rumored in Carson that Heney has “coughed up.” The report has reached here that startling disclosures will be made, and there may be an exodus from the Capital city. —The Sledge Hammer, published at Meadville, Penn., asks the fol lowing pertinent question: “Did you ever observe that while the jury hangs the poor man, the rich man hangs the jury?” —The Nevada Press Association has just had printed their constitu tion and by-laws, together with a carefully compiled digest of the State laws governing printing. —Mrs. Halihan, formerly of Su tro, came in from Bodie last Mon day night on her way to Virginia City, where she proposes to sue the county for selling some of her property for taxes. —Fourteen carloads of potatoes were shipped from here this week by Italian ranchers on the river. They were shipped to Sacramento and the price paid is $8 and $9. Twelve tons are shipped to a car load. —The following significant re mark was made at Carson by one of the jurymen of the Jones trial: “Before hardly any evidence was in I could easily lay my hands on the men who were preparing to hang the jury.” —A couple of men were down from Virginia City last Sunday night exhibiting the team and rock away that took Tangerman out of town. They also claimed to have a hand in the business, but found few spmpathizers in this commu nity. Hay Work Ore Here. We were informed this week that in all probability the new manage ment of the Hale & Norcross would lease the Douglass mill at this place, put stamps in it, extract the ore through the Sutro Tunnel, and haul it here for working. The company has already leased the Dazett mill in Silver City, but that, it is con sidered is not large enough to han dle the ore that will be taken out. If the Douglass mill is leased it will take considerable time to re pair it, put in stamps and fix the railroad between here and Sutro. It would be a very cheap way of work ing the ore, however, probably sav ing $1 per ton over any other way it could be extracted, hauled and worked. _ Sequel to a Shooting. It will be remembered that some time ago L. L. Callendine shot and killed Jack Harris in Sacramento. The shooting was on account of Mrs. Harris being too intimate with Callendine. Harris canght his wife and Callendine together and began shooting at the latter. Callendine returned the fire and killed Harris. This week Callendine and Mrs. Harris were married in Marysville, California. __ 8tate of Ohio, City of Toledo, 1 Lucas County. J Frank J Cheney makes oath that be is the senior partner of the firm of F- J. Cheney A Co , doing business in the city of Toledo, State and county 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 aud subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 18*6. A. W. OLEASON. Notary Public. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucouB surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. d^’Sold by druggists, 75c. 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. $ ft>; second quality, 4@4^c.; third quality, 34@4c. 3R ft>. Pork—Live hogs, 4@4^c. for hard; 3f@3fc. for soft; dressed do 5*@6*c. $ lb. Mutton—4@4|c. <|) lb. Calves—4@5c. for large, and 5@7c. lb for small. Lamb—Spring, 5@6c. $ lb. Governor Jonea Very 111. M. Cohn of Carson returned from San Francisco Wednesday and he reported Governor JoneB as very sick and the outlook for his recov ery discouraging. He visited the Governor and says, that in his opinion, he is in a precarious con dition. Private letters confirm this report. Prenrhina nt Court Honor. The Rev. E. W. Vandeventer will lecture in the Court House in Day tou next Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock. His subject will be “De struction Island, and the Light House Beyond.” The gentleman is a deep thinker and a logical reason er. Go and hear him. THE VIRGINIA OUTRAGE. Hnpt. Tnnifrman Ron Out «f Town by a Hob. The trouble between a certain faction of the Virginia City Miners Union and the new management of the Hale & Norcross mine culmina ted last Saturday in a crowd of miners taking Supt. Tangerman out of a barber shop and driving him to the Washoe county line and there giving him instructions never to re turn to Virginia City. It is said that this action was by order of the Union, but it is somewhat doubtful. As yet we have seen no charges made against Mr. Tangerman, by the Union, and the action of some of its members was nothing less than a high-handed outrage upon a peacable citizen of that county. It is understood that threats were made to kill Tangerman if he ever returned to Virginia. Just what Mr. Tangerman and the Company propose to do about the outrage is not certain, but to right thinking men it would seem that he would secure the aid of the proper author ities to have the persons implicated in the affair prosecuted, and if the Company sees fit to still keep him as Supt. to have the authorities see that he is protected in the discharge of his duty. If the Miners Union has any righteous grievance against Tanger man it is taking a very poor way of remedying it. The Enterprise says the action of last Saturday meets with the approval of three fourths of the people of Virginia City. This is not a fact, and it is doubtful if a majority of the Union sanctions the action, but as only paid up members can vote on the question, and over half the mem bers are out of work, their voices probably could not be heard. It may be a fact, also, that the Supt’s. of other mines sanctioned the action for fear that if it is shown that the Hale & Norcross can be conducted on a much cheaper scale that it would not be long before a reduc tion would be made by the other companies in the salaries of the head men. But we will gamble that the best citizens of Storey county, and the entire State, do not believe in any such actions as were displayed last Saturday. It is pretty near time that min ing on the Comsttick was carried on on a business basis instead of a stock gambling one, and this is what it appears to us the new man agement of the Hale & Norcross intended to do. We don’t want this article to be misinterpreted. We are in favor of union in all things, especially to hold laborer’s wages up to a fair price for a fair day’s labor, but that a Union should take such steps as did the Virginia Union is unques tionably carrying things too far. There was no attempt to reduce1 miner’s wages, and until that time came there should have b«en no such demonstration as wats made last Saturday. Care Par He«dtfk«. Ab a remedy for all forms of head ache Klectric'Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a perma nent cure and the most habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipa tion Klectric Bitters cur es by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bot tles only soc. at Flaws. The U. S. Gov't Reports abow Royal Baking PowSae superior to all otbara. Literary Note for April. The General of the Army, the General commanding the U. 8. Corps of Engineers, Vice-Pres. Webb of the New York Central, and John Jacob Astor, compose the Cosmopol itan Magazine's Board of Judges to decide the merits of the Horseless Carriages which will be entered in the May trials, for which the Cos mopolitan offers $3000 in prizes. This committee is undoubtedly the most distinguished that has ever consented to act upon the occasion of the trial of a new and useful in vention. The interest which these gentlemen have shown in accepting places upon the Committee is in dicative of the importance of the subject, and that the contest itself will be watched with marked inter est on both sides of the Atlantic. Frank Stockton’s new story, “Mrs. Cliff’s Yacht,” which begins in the April Cosmopolitan, promises to be one of the most interesting ever written by that fascinating story-teller. Readers of “The Ad ventures of Captain Horn” will find in “Mrs. Cliff’s Yacht” something that they have been waiting for. Beware of Counterfeits Who infest the market and are the means of robbing sick people of their money, and what is of still greater Importance of not (infre quently aggravating the complaints under which they labor. It is an act of duty we owe to society to warn the people against these dan gerous frauds. A little care on the part of the purchaser will protect them from imposition by bearing in mind these facts: Never buy where it is offered in bulk, (in kegs or jugs) as the genuine Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters are sold only in bottles having the handsome steel plate label displaying the combat between St. George and the Dragon, and having at the bot tom a miniature note of hand for one cent, bearing a facsimile of the signature of the President of the Company. Over the cork is a metallic cap, on which is impressed the name of the article, together with a medallion head in the center. Any person selling the counter feit Hostetter’s 8tomach Bitters we shall not hesitate to bring to justice, as we never fail to convict. Piper Convicted. It took the jury which tried Piper for stealing amalgam from the Car son mint jlist three-quarters of an hour to find a verdict of guilty. Four ballots were taken. Ttye first stood 6 to 6, the second 8 to 4, the third 11 to 1, and the last was unanimous for conviction. Piper will be sentenced to-day. The jury recommended him to the mercy of the Court. The Discovery Moved Hie Life. Mr. G. Caillouette, Beaversville, 111., says: “To Dr. King's New Dis covery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the phy sicians for miles about, but ot no avail, and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King’s New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use, and from the first dose began to get bet ter, and after using three bottles I was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. 'Nc won’t keep store or house without it.” Get a trial bottle at Flaws. Are Yon One Of those unhappy people who are coffering with weak nerve*, starting at every slight sound, unable to endure any unusual disturb ance, finding it impossible to sleep? Avoid opiate and nerve compounds. Feed the nerves on blood made pure and nourishing by the great blood purifier and true nerve tonic, Hood’s 8arsaparilla. Hood’s Pills are the best after-dinner pills, assist digestion, prevent constipation. 2Sc. -; Awarded Highest Honors—World's Pair, DR * ■" Miii BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.