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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
DAYTON, - - NEVADA. Saturday .... September 5, 1896. for president: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. for vice president: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. M. M. Estee, the paid servant of the Central Pacific railroad, has made another speech. This time it is for protection and McKinley. Mr. Estee used to pose as a free coinage advocate. He says if we have free coinage now that it will reduce the amount of money in the country be cause if the mints run on silver that is offered they will have no time to coin gold. He says the capacity of the mints would only be about $40,000,000 a year of silver, while something like $53,000,000 are now being coined in gold. This is a very serious stumbling block, to be sure. It would be utterty impossible to build a mint or two more in the United States, of course, and this is how he figures that free coinage will give us less metallic money. Great statesman! If the Republicans would put a few more men like Estee in the field there would be no trouble about Bryan carrying the country. Better send Estee to New York or Ohio. His talent is wasted in this section. Vermont has again given a large Republican majority in her State election, and Republicans think this decides the national question. No body except lunatics expected that Vermont would do anything else. No sane man expects that Bryan will carry a single New England State, except, perhaps, New York. The people of those States are the greediest persons on the face of the earth. They are for a high protec tive tariff' for their bass-wood hams, wooden nutmegs and glass eyes but never stop to consider that the country west of the Missouri river needs some protection to her indus tries as well, and nothing but free coinage of silver will give us that protection. The McKinley organs are mak ing a great point over the fact that the Major was in the Rebellion, and Bryan was not. It is rather un fortunate that the silver nominee was only six years of age when the war closed, but a man should not be blamed for the lateness of his birth. McKinley’s adherents should be a little more charitable. The United States to-day is just crowd ed with millions of people who are daily rendered unhappy by the fact that the Lord did not provide for their appearance on earth until it was too late for them to shoulder a musket.—Bee. ..- - - - - Mr. Bryan has yet to tell how the free coinage of silver is to re open one of the factories closed hy his vote in Congress for free trade. 8. F. Bulletin. Prior to the nomination of Mc Kinley by the gold trust, the editor of the Bulletin was himself engaged in telling the people of California just how all their factories would be opened by the free coinage of silver. If he will simply refer to his back tiles he will ascertain how it is to be done without calling on Bryan. _ Notwithstanding the solicitude the Hannaites are showing for the working classes in this campaign, not a single labor union paper in the United States is in favor of Hanna’s man, McKinley, for Presi den t. The Democrats have succeeded in getting another ticket in the^field and Palmer and Buckner are the men who are to be sacrificed to try and elect McKinley. Oor Republican enemies continue to tell us that it is the tariff ques tion that is the most important to the welfare of the country, and cite the fact that we did not feel hard times until Cleveland took the reins of government, and the Wilson tariff bill became a iaw. They never stop to explain that under Harrison the country had the Bland Allison coinage act, which required the purchase and coinage of from 2,000,000 to 4,000,000 ounces of sil ver per month. When that was changed and the Sherman purchas ing act took its place the real hard times began. And the repeal of that act was the last straw. The tariff had but little to do with the case. _' Edward Atkinson, the great (?) economist and financier, is again to the front on the financial question, and as heretofore, is opposed to the free coinage of silver. We have not heard much from Atkinson since Congressman Bartine slammed him up against the gold standard wall some years ago. But now that he is getting frisky again it might be a good plan for the silver men to circulate the Atkinson-Bartine ar gument as campaign literature. The New York Herald says Mr. Hanna is worried and has decided to prolong his stay in New York for some days. The trusts and syndi cates from which he expected large contributions do not respond to his appeals for funds. A canvass of the agricultural districts in the West show that 60 per cent of the Repub lican farmers are for Bryan and unless money can be had to turn the tide there is no hope for McKin ley. _ The S. F. Post says we are a lunatic because we believe a crime was committed when silver was de monetized. That settles it. Such arguments are too profound for us. The congressional campaign in Kansas is fast becoming the hottest political fight in the State, with the chances for success very greatly favoring the silver men. A poll of the State by the Demo crats shows that Iowa will give a Democratic majority in all proba bility of 80,000 over McKinley. ‘‘My boy came home from school one day with his hand badly lacer ated and bleeding, and suffering great pain,” says Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.’ Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. “I dressed the wound, and applied Chamberlain’s Pain Balm freely. All pain ceased, and in a remarkably short time it heal ed without leaving a scar. For wounds, sprains, swellings and rheumatism I know of no medicine or prescription equal to it. I con sider it a household necessity.” The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by T. J. A. Flaws. ——————— The Cheap Cash Store! T. J. A. FLAWS, — DEALER IN — Choice Groceries, Provisions and Hardware, Furnishing Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc., Q-lassware, Crooltery, Cutlery, Liquors* Cigars, Paints, Oii.s and Patent Medicines, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season, Fresh Dairy Butter, Fresh Eggs and Eastern Cream Cheese. Main Sit., - Dayton. Orders by mail given prompt attention. ^ 1 y, ) Eleventh ; dll ;■ Annual o*. 1898. ) Exhibition. -TO BE HELD AT -DURING THE WEEK OF September 21st to 26th, Inclusive. Running, Trotting and Pacing Races. Five Races Daily. Ag gregate of Purses $6,000. Indian Football Carnes, War Dance, Pony Race. There will be a "Big Indian" Day—a Football Match, 25 Indians on a side; also a War Dance in which 20 Indians will take part, tattooed and attired in native fashion; also a Pony Race, in which at least 100 Indians and ponies will make a mile dash. Bicycle Races and Novelties. One day will be set aside for bicycling, including a grand parade at the track, races between professionals, races between fast riders and fast horses, and during the evening of "A Night on the Truckee,” a grand parade in the town of Reno, comprising all the bikes in Virginia, Car son, Wadsworth, Verdi and Reno. “A Night on the Truckee.” One evening will be set apart for a Grflnd Electrical and Carnival Display on the beautiful Truckee River, in Reno, from the iron bridge to the Nevada Club House. Low Rates on all Railroads! More Attractions Than Ever! For details see small bills. For catalogues, etc., address, C. C, POWNING, President. J. F. EMMITT, Secretary. Good Leather Is the principal thing to be looked for in fine boots and shoes, and that is just what you will find in the new Summer stock of Ladies’ Misses’ Gent’s and Boy’s boots and shoes just received at Robert Cleator’s store. THE LATEST STYLES Have been selected, and Ladies’ Oxfords in all styles and colors can be bought for from $1.50 to $5.00 per pair. Men’s new styles in black, tan and kangaroo. Boy’s and Misses’ new boots and Oxfords in black and tan. A NEW STOCK Of the celebrated James Means calf shoes (in black and tan) with prices stamped on the bot tom, so you can’t be cheated, also just received. RF1 T XT' A r t YTD Ak. ‘-*4 Month C Street. • LLLA 1 UIV, ^F Virginia City. Nev. Square Facts. KEAN Has as fine a stock of Drygoods as there is in any country store in Nevada. A purchase here will save you many dol lars in the Long Run. s Q u A R E KEAN Carries a large and fine assortment of Gents' Furnish i n g Goo d s, Hats, Boots & Shoes, of the latest style and lowest price. Come » and inspect our novelties. Square Prices. KEAN Carries the largest stock ot General Merchan dise, Groceries, Pro visions, Hardware & Cutlery of any house in the county. Also sells $3, $4 & ?5 Whisky. \ o o D s KEAN Sells Wall Paper, Win dow Shades, Station ery, Patent Medicine, Confectionery, Am munition, Notions, Etc., at lowest cash prices. Bring a Dollar. Dayton, Nevada, CAPITAL, .... $3,000,000. Transacts a General Banking Business and also buys and sells Mining Stocks, Bonds and other securities. BUYS BITIjXjIOia. Principal Office, No. 400 Cali fornia St., San Francisco. BRANCH AGENCY: Virgluia City, - Nev. J W. FA'HLEY, Agent. GEO. A. MORGAN. Cashier. DR. JORDAN A CO.’S GMT MUSEUM OF UiTORY . 1061 Market St, Sen Francisco (Between 8th end 7 th Sts.) L Oo and learn how wonderfully you M. are made and how to avoid sickness K*nd disease. Museum enlarged with thousands of new objects. Admis sion 85 eta m aaveaav -CMHUC DUI lulllB 1051 market Street-Diseases of men: stricture, loaa of manhood, diseases of the skin and kidneys quickly cured without the nse of mer cu^r^ Treatment personally or by letter. Send Registration Notice. J^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Books of Registration for the General Election to be held on the 3d day of November, 1896, for the election of National, State, County and Township officers, are now open, and will re main open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock a. m. to 6 o’clock r. m until October 20th, 1896. From October 10th to 20th (10 days) the hours in addition to above from 7 to 9 p m. The Registry Books will finally close October 20th, 1896, at 6 o’clock P. m Naturalized citizens are requested to pro duce their papers. J. D. BLACKBURN, Ex officio Registry Agent for Silver City Pre cinct, Lyon County, Nevada. CATARRH is • LOCAL DISEASE and it the result of colds and sudden climatic changes. It can he cured by a pleasant remedy which is applied di rectly into the nostrils. Be ing quickly absorbed it gives relief at once. Ely's Cream Balm Jaacknowledged to be the most thorough cure ion Nasal Catarrh, Cold In Head and Hay l-ever of ail remedies. It opens and cleanses the n salpasaavtv. allays pain and Inflammation, heals the sorer, pro tecta the membrane from colds, re-toxin tbe semu's oftaste and smell IMceSOc. atlWirietsor by m i. BHY BROTHERS, SO Warren Street, New Y ,.;k. J. L. CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR OFTHK* Ic' XT UT I O KT MARKET, Main 8treet, Dayton. Home-Cured Bacon & Hams, BEEF, MUTTON, CORNED MEATS AND Rendered Tallow. Meats delivered to Cuftomers free of charge. [No. 672.1 Application for a Patent. United States Land Office, i Cakson City, Nev , July 13, 1896. | Notice is hereby given that North Kapidan Gold and Silver Mining Company, by Edward D. Boyle, whose postofflce address is Virginia City, Nevada, its duly authorized agent, has this day filed its application for a patent for 150# linear feet, of the Kapidan lode or vein, bearing gold and silver, with surface ground 600 feet in width, situated in Palmyra and In dian Springs Mining District, county of Lyon and State of Nevada; and designate! by the field notes and official plat on file in thlsoBce as survey No. 1727 in Township 15, Range aE. of M. D. M. base an meridian, said survey So, 1727 being described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a post, No. 1, U. S. S. No. ITU, the same betng a pine post over four inches square and set in a mound of rocks and ionr feet above ground, whence bears the flag staff ou the Como Eureka hoist works south, the summit of cast twin peak south 30 degreei west, the hoist works of the North Kapidan north 5 degrees east, distant 395 feet, the open cut and tunnel north 47 degrees40 minutes east, distant 28° feet. inencenrsi course norm «3 aegrees su min utes west, at 158 feet cross Como and Payton road, at 233 feet intersect north-east corner of the Kapidan U. 8 S. No 40; Thence along the north line of the said Kap idan U. 8. n No. 40, at 433 feet to north-west corner of said Kapidan U. 8. S. No. 40, the same being identical with the north east corner of the West Kapidan U 8. 8. No. 41; Thence along the north line of the said West Kapidan, U. 8. 8 No. 41, at 605.8 feet to post No. 2 of the North Kapidan U. 8 S. No 1727, a pine post over four inches square and four feet long; i hence second course north 54 degrees 30 minutes east 1500 feet to post No. 3, marked No. 3 U. S. 8. No 1727, a pine post over four inches square and four feet above ground ; Thence third course south 43 degrees 30 min utes east 685.8 feet to post No. 4, marked No. 4 U. 8. 8. No. 1727, a pine post over four inches square and four feet above ground, whence bears south-east corner of See. 11, T. 15, N. K. 22 E., M. D. M., south 76 degrees 21 minutes east 1853.4 feet: Thence fourth course south 54 degrees 30 minutes west at 1315 feet cross Como and Day ton road at 1500 feet to post No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 20 66-100 acres, bearings expressed from the true Meridian, magnetic variation 17 degrees east, and being bounded on the south by the West Kapidan claim, lot No. 41 and the Kapidan claim, lot No, 40. The location of this mine is recorded in tht Recorder’s office of Lyon county, Nevada, in book D, page 415 of miscellaneous records. Any and all persons claiming adversely any Sortion of said North Kapidan Gold and Silver lining Company's mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Carson City, Ormsby county, State of Nevada, during the sixty day’s publication hereof, or they will be barred by the virtue of the provis ions of the Statutes. O. H. GALLUP, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent be published for the period of ten consecutive weeks in the Lyon County Times, a weekly newspaper published in the town of Dayton, Lyon county, Nevada. O. H. GALLUP, Register. Registration Notice. j^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Books of Registration for the General Electio" to be held on the 3d day of November, 1896, for the election of National, State, County and Township officers, are now open, and will re main open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock a. m. to 6 o'clock p. m. until October 20th, 1896. From October 10th to 20th (10 days) the hours in addition to above from 7 t® 9 p m. The Registry Books will finally close October 20th, 1896, at 6 o’clock p. m. Naturalized citizens are requested to pro duce their papers. F. A. TEA8LAND, Registry Agent for Mound House Precinct, Lyon County, Nevada. CARSON RIVER PLACER MININC -AND DREDGING COMPANY, -OFFICE No. 18, Broadway, N. Y. City. PETER FORRESTER. President. C. G. CHRISTIE, Secretary. Jerome T. Gardner, M. D* PHYSICIAN ii SURGEON, DAYTON, ----- NEVADA. Can be found at office at Drug Store, Pi*® 8treet, or at his home in the Hazlett residence when his services are required. JOB WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ecuted with neatness and dispatch aw a Times office, at prices to suit the times. 8® for estimates.