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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday.October 24, 1896. Entered at the Postoffice, Dayton, as second class mail matter. <«. H. KELLOMi, 330 Pine street, San Krancisco, is our authorized Agent in Cal. AUVKRTISIAU RATER: Legal advertising, per square of ten lines of nonpariel. .$2 50 Each subsequent insertion. 100 Commercial advertising, single column, per inch per month. 1 00 Double column, per ineh. 1 50 Discount of 10 per cent, on commercial “ads” standing three months; 25 per cent, on “ads” standing six months: -10 per cent, on “ads” standing one year. Local notices, per line of nonpariel, first insertion.$ .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line.05 No deviation from above prices In Memorium Resolutions published in the Times will be charged for at the rate of ten cents per line. Merit la what gives Hood’s Sarsaparilla its great popularity, its constantly increasing sales, and enables it to adbomplish its wonderful and unequalled cures. The combination, proportion and process used in preparing Hood’s Sarsaparilla are unknown to other medicines, and make Hood’s Sarsaparilla Peculiar to Itself It cures a wide range of diseases because of its power as a blood purifier. It acts directly and positively upon the blood, and the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system. Thus all the nerves, muscles, bones and tissues come under the benefloent influence of ood’s Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier, fl per bottle. . . ,, n.,, cure Liver Ills; easy to nOOU S HlllS take, easy to operate. 26c. TIME TABXjE -OF THE CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. astli, 1805. STATIONS. Mound House. I'ay ton. Clifton. Fort Churchill Wabuska. Cleaver. Mason. Rio Vista. Schurz. Cillis. Hawthorne. Hawthorne. Kinkead . buning. New Boston. Soda Springs Rhodes. Belleville. I unction. audelaria. i unction. Basalt. Summit. Hueen. Benton. Hatnmill. Bishop Creek Bishop Creek. Alvord . Ttbbets. Independence . bone Pine. Swansea. Keeler. From Mound House No. 1. Leaves— 10:30 A M i 11:05 A M 11:50 am 1220 pm 1:00i PM 120) r 135 P M 1:45 P M 2:10 P M 3:50 P M 3 30 P M Arrives— 4:40 r m No. 3. Leaves— 8:00 A M 6 37 A M 7:10 A m 7:30 A M 7:50 a M 8:10 A M 8.50 A M 9:00 A M 9=80} y :40 ( A M 10:10 a M 11:10 a M 12:00 M 12:50 p M 130 p m 2:10 p m Arrives— 3:10 p m Leaves— 3:15 P m 4:05 P M 4:50 p m 5 35 p M 6 20 p M 8:50 p m Arrives— 7:00 p m To Mound House No. 2. Arrives— 5 ;50 r m 5:15 p m 4:30 p m 4.-00 p M B:20l 3T0f r " 2:45 p M 2:35 P M •2:10 p M 1:25 p M 12:40 p M Leaves— 11:30 a M No. 4. Arrives 7 .-25 P M 6:48 p m 6:15 P M 5:55 p m 5:35 P M 5:15 p m 4:35 p m 4:25 p M 4 00i PM 3:50 i P M 3 825 P M •2:25 P M 1:35 P M 1235 p m 11:50 p M 11:00 p M Leaves— 9:50 a m Arrives— 9:45 a m 8:55 a M 8:10 a m 7:25 a m 6:40 a m 6:10 a M Leaves— 6:00 a m Train* 1 ami 2 run daily. Train 3 -nns Mondays, 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 Truekee Railroad, which connect at Reno with east and west-bound trains of Central Pa cific Railroad. NTAtiK CONNECTIONS. At Hawthorne, with United States Stage Co’s coaches for Aurora (26 miles): Bodie (37 miles); and for Lundy and Bridgeport. At Candelaria, with United States Stage Co’s stages for Columbus (8 miles), Silver Peak, Montezuma, Alida 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. Croup Quickly Cured. Mountain Glen, Ark.—Our chil dren were suffering with croup when we received a bottle of Chamber lain’s Cough Remeby. It afforded almost instant relief.—F. A. Thorn ton. This celebrated remedy is for sale by T. J. A. Flaws. —This office has been a busy place for the past ten days. The official registry list is now being turned out and the ballots have been printed, perforated, numbered and bound.. And the work was all done at home. BRIEF MENTION. —Dr. Gardner sells “Trib.” —As a liniment Trib is supreme. —John Young was in from the Valley this week. —Dr. G. I. Leavitt is in from Ma son Valley this week. —Fred Kelley is recovering from his attack of malarial fever. —A. J. Loftus and wife are in Mason Valley visiting friends. — Logan and Hully are sinking a winze in their mine in Como. —Dick Randall and Chris Wogan left for Mason Valley Wednesday. —J. D. Ludwig passed through on Wednesday’s train, bound for Mason Valley. —W. J. Westerfield and wife were over from Carson, last Sunday visit ing Dayton friends. —Silver City and Sutro turned out en mass to hear the speaking here 'Thursday night. —Henry Woods, of Reno, passed through Dayton Tuesday morning bound for Mason Valley —J. M. Houston, of Mason Val ley, is circulating among the voters of this end of the county. —A vote for the Lyon County Silver Ticket is a vote for a good clean county government for the next two years. —W. E. Sharon, Harry Gorham and .Jas. Kinkead were down from Virginia Thursday evening to at tend the speaking. —Senator Stewart is knocking the socks off of the gold bugs in the Western States. He will he in Ne vada next week. —If you don't want to elect Mc Kinley sympathizere and those who will vote for him, vote for the Sil ver Party nominees. Heed not the man however plib, Who tells you "just as good as” Trib, Not true he tells. And if he "better than Trib” tells you. He sure if he succeeds and “sells” you. 'Tis you he "sells.” —Vote for Byron Gates and elect a Commissioner who will give the county an economical government and save the taxpayers money. ’ --Millionaire Clark, a gold mine owner, of Montana, and Marcus Daly, have ’bet the New Yorkers to a standstill that Bryan will be the next President. —W. J. Westerfield, Lew Hender son, Warden of the State Prison, Attorney General Beatty and Abe Cohn were over from Carson Thurs day night to the speaking. — Mr. Harris is another would be servant of the county who be lieves in sending out of the county and State to have his printing done. Will he get any California votes? —The Times acknowledges the receipt of complimentary tickets to the lecture to be given by Miss Susan B. Anthony and Mrs. Carrie C. Catt, in Reno, November 9th. —The American Science Club will meet at the residence of Mrs. Ed. Hancock, Monday Oct. 26., at 7:30 p. m. sharp. All are cordially invited to attend, especially ladies. —C. C. Powningand Win. Wood burn will address the people of Ma son and Smith Valley’s next week on the political issues and demon strate to them why they should vote the silver ticket. —If you want a Silver Party in Lyon county you cannot afford to elect independents who are fighting the regular nominees. When in dependents are elected they will not do much for the party. —Newlands has spoken in Tole do, Ohio, and the Made, a gold bug paper, admits that he has made hundreds of converts to the silver cause. It also says Newlands is a dangerous man. Yes, he is bad. —The Nevada Stars are now the champions of California and Ne vada, having defeated the Alame da Alerts in San Francisco last Sunday. The boys received a royal reception on their return to the Comstock. —A pain in the chest is nature s warning that pneumonia is threat ened. Dampen a piece of flannel with Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and bind over the seat of pain, and another on the back between the shoulders, and prompt relief will follow. Sold by T. J. A. Haws. —Ex-Lieutenant Governor Pou jade is out in a strong letter in the Carson Appeal defining his status in the campaign. Mr. Poujade dis sects the gold-bug arguments of the McKinleyites and comes out flat footed for Bryan. Owing to the length of the letter we cannot give it space. MKVATOK JOMM Addrenmc* the People or Oaytou and Vicinity on Sllver-W. A Mantiey. Candidate for Supreme Judge, a I ho Speak*. Thursday night the town was lit up by bonfires, the band played, and everybody marched to the Court House to hear the Hon. J. P. Jones, who had been billed to address the people on the issues of the day. There was not room in the hall to hold all the people who desired to hear the speaking, and many had to stand on the stairway, where they could only catch a glimpse of the speakers, and occasionally hear a sentence or two of the remarks. W. A. Massey, nominee of the Sil ver Party for Supreme Justice, was the first speaker of the evening, and he made a very pleasant address. He thoroughly explained the fallacy of the intrinsic value arguments that are being made by the Repub licans in regard to silver, and his points were heartily applauded when brought clearly to view. Mr. Massey said very little about him self further than to announce that he was a candidate for the position of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and that if it be the will of the people that he should hold that honorable position he would to his utmost endeavors see that the trust placed in his charge was not violat ed or betrayed. He further said that the story in circulation that he had promised to pardon any criminals in case of his election was utterly false. He had made no promises or pledges to anyone, on any grounds, except the pledges he had taken openly at the Elko Silver Conven tion last September. After a song or two by the Glee Club Judge Beatty made a little talk in which he created much merri ment and scored independent can didates, who were fighting the Sil ver Party, roundly. He predicted victory for the national ticket on the 3d of next November, and gave a few illustrations of the coercive methods which were being employ ed to make the farmers vote for McKinley. He paid his compli ments to the tool of Mark Hanna, who is working to defeat Senator Jones in this State—R. R. Bigelow —in terms more forceful than elo quent, and wanted to know if the people would believe that he (Bige low) was making the fight he is for McKinley in a State like Nevada for the love of the dear people only. It was strongly intimated that Hanna money was being used in I the State, and of this we have no I doubt. Chairman Campbell next intro duced Senator Jones, and he was greeted with a storm of applause that lasted several minutes. The Senator has not been in the best of health for some time past and said he would not be able to give a very lengthy address, in fact he did not think it was necessary, as he could not comprehend why a single man in Nevada should work against his own interests by voting for Mc Kinley. He reported what Sen ator Stewart has so often told the people, that the demonetization of silver was a stealthy crime, perpe trated at a time when there was no necessity for any change in the monetary system of the country. He explained how such things were done, and for whose benefit, and said the people could rest assured that it was not for the benefit of the masses. He explained why he had left the Republican party, or rather the party had left him, and showed what shameless jobs were put up by the gold men to rob the farmers and laborers. The Senator also stated tnat me blame for hard times could not be laid wholly upon the Cleveland ad ministration, for it was a fact that the plates for the first bond issue were prepared during the last few mouths of the Harrison rule, and that there would have really been no difference in times had Harri son been elected instead of Cleve land. Certain men had put up $25,000 to secure the nomination of Harrison and $25,000 more to se cure Cleveland the nomination, and it made no difference to them who won. This element, the gold bugs, had tried to do the same thing this year but the existence of the Na tional Silver Party which threaten ed hostilities to the old parties if Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report Absolutely pure -- - they did not concede to the de mands of the people were heeded by the Democrats, and as a result Wtn. J. Bryan was the nom inee of the Chicago convention. He predicted that Bryan would be the next President, but said if he was defeated it would be by unfair means and the corrupt use of money, coercion on the part of greedy manufacturers, and the in fluence of foreign nations. The Senator believed that if Bry an was beaten the tariff cry would be raised, and said he would be in favor of giving the country the highest tariff it ever had; that if this did not bring relief, which he holds it will not, the Silver Party would, four years from now sweep the land. At the close of the speaking the Glee club sang a song or two in their best style, three rousing cheers were given for the National ticket, Jones and Newlands, the State ticket and county ticket from top to bottom, and the crowd then visited the several saloons and were treated to refreshments. There was much enthusiasm and a good feel ing for the Silver Party nominees in general. -•—« The Firm Thins W>'il I»o. The Bladder wants us to pay one D. L. Sayre some money evidently. That is the iirst thing we’ll do. Mr. Sayre was, if anything, a dirtier scrub than the bov who squeezes the Bladder. He tried to tell the Board of Commissioners once what a bill of ours amounted to. He made the figures about $100 higher than the bill we pre sented for the work. This he did because he thought we would di vide with him. We did the work for what money we received, and that’s what made Sayre sore. It is the same thing that seems to lie gagging the Bladder man, and the best (?) Commisiioner Lyon ever had. The Tyranny of the Desk. We will suppose that your occupation is sedentary—that you are chained, so to speak to the desk in some counting house, or per haps to the loom in some vast mill where you are compelled to labor from morning till night. Sunday Is your only day of relaxation. You return home every evening wearied mentally and bodily. Your health and strength begin to fail. What will most effectually recuperate your vital energy? The weight of evidence points to no other conclusion than that Hostet ter’s Stomach Bitters is the safest, most reliable sheet anchor Use it persistently, and your system will soon regain its pristine vigor. Every function will receive a healthful im pulse. There is no remedy to equal the Bitters for nervousness and want of sleep, dyspepsia, constipation and biliousness. Jt averts and remedies all forms of malarial disease, and is a preventive of rheumatism and neuralgia. Think Welt of Como. Messrs. Lindsey and Brant, two mining experts who are interested in placing English capital in this country, paid Como a visit a few days ago. They examined the different claims in the camp and said they were well pleased with them, particularly the property owned by Logan and Hullv. They desired to purchase this property and made an offer for it, but were informed that it was not for sale at the present time, There is a possi bility of their securing capital to handle some of the other mines in the district. You Can He Well When your blood is pure, rich and nourishing for nerves and muscles. The blood is the vital fluid, and when it is poor, thin and impure you must either sutler from some distressing dis" ease or you will easily fall a victim to sudden changes exposure, or overwork. Keep your blood pure with Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and be well. Honti's Pills* are the best after dinner pill; assist digestion, cure headache. 25 cents. Tickled Xearly to Heath 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 yon just right. Go and wash your sins away. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. 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. Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle Be sure and ask for “Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup.” and take noother kind. Dayton Mt'bool Iteport. Following is the report of the Dayton Public school for the month ending Oct 16, 1896: G R A MM A R DEPA KTM KMT. No. boys enrolled, 17; No. girls, enrolled, 16; total, 33. Percentage of attendance 92. Honor Roll—Florence Cooper, 91; Hannah Cooper, 92; Amy Depaoli, 92; Clara Dreyfuss, 91; Ida Lothrop, 90; Daisy Lothrop, 92; Pearl Ran dall, 92; Ivy Reynolds, 91; Clyde Johnson, 92; Henry Guild, 91; Richmond Lothrop, 5)1; PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. No. boys enrolled, 21; No. girls enrolled, 23; total, 44. Percentage of attendance 97. Honor Roll—Evalyn Lothrop,9l; Hazel Gates, 93; Daisy Depoali, 90; Blanche Watson, 96; Belle Gates, 94; Thos. Walmsley,90; Harry Ash, 92; Clarkey Guild, 90; Raymond Gignoux, 93; Lauretta Cooper, 94; Raymond Johnson, 93; Clara Flaws, 93; Willie Depoali, 94; Nellie Ash, 92; Mamie Conway, 96; Zella War ren, 96; Tom Conway, 96; Maggie Cooper, 95; Angello Scanavino, 92; Roy Bonham, 95; Lela Stevenson, 94: Edwin Walmsley, 90. W. C. Hancock, Principal. Maggie E. Mack, Assistant. A few weeks ago the editor was taken with a very severe cold that caused him to be in a most miser able condition. It was undoubtedly a bad case of la grippe and recog nizing it as dangerous he took im mediate steps to bring about a speedy cure. From the advertise ment of Chamberlain’s Cough Rem edy and the many good recommen dations included therein, we con cluded to make a first trial of the medicine. To say that it was sat isfactory in its results, is putting it very mildly, indeed. It acted like magic and the result was a speedy and permanent cure. We have no hesitancy in recommending this excellent Cough Remedy tp anyone afflicted with a cough or cold in any form.—The Banner of Liberty, Lib erty town, Maryland. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by T J. A. Flaws. The Official rrogruni. To the Editor—I don’t want you to be left on the great sporting event that is to come oft' in a few weeks. Here is an official program: The National .Steeplechase—To be run over thecourseof the United States, November 3, 1896, over for ty-five hurdles. Entries—1. The thorough racer Billy Bryan, sired by Patriotism, dam Popularity; to be ridden b}7 Intelligence. 2. The piebald hack Billy McKinley, sired by Plutocracy, dam Boodle; ridden by Mark Hanna. 3. The mongrel gelding Jack Palmer, sired by Cor poration, damned by Everybody, and ridden by Cheek. Betting—16 to 1 on Billy Bryan, 53 to 100 on Billy McKinley, any old odds on the mongrel. __J. YV. P. OeafncMH Cannot be Cured By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafnes, and that is by constitu tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in flamed condition of ‘he mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. E. J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O. •^"Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hood’s Restore full, regular action ap^ ■ ■ ■ of the bowels, do not irri- E^p all tate or inflame, but leave III all the delicate digestive or- ® ■ a ■ gaulsm In perfect condition. Try them. 25 cents. Prepared only by C. L Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. DAYTON COUNCIL. NO. 7, American Protective Association Holds regular meetings on every Second Wednesday evening in each month at 7:30 o’clock. Visiting Friends are cordially Invited to attend. F. W\ FAIRBANKS, Secretary. I