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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday .May 29, 1897. Entered at the Postofflce. Dayton, as second* class mall matter. ~ tt. H. KKLLOUt*. 880 Pine street, San Francisco, is onr authorised Agent in Cal. ADVKKTIMIIO RATKtS: Legal advertising, per square.g 2 50 Bach subsequent insertion. X 00 Commercial advertising, single column, per inch per month. 1 00 Double column, per lneh. 2 no 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. —.g 10 Bach 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 Is what gives Hood’s Sarsaparilla its great popularity, its constantly increasing sales, and enables it to accomplish 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 cores 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, bonee and tissues come under the benefloent influence of Hood’s Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. Si per bottle. ,, ,, „... cure Liver Ills; easy to flOOd S PillS take, easy to operate. 26c. TIME TABLE -or THE CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. astn, 1860. From To STATIONS Mound House Mound House No. 1. No. 2. Leaves— Arrives— Mound House... 1030 am 550 pm Dayton. 1135 am 5:16 pm Clifton. 11:50 a m 430 pm Fort Churchill . 1230 p m 430 p m Wabuska. pm |SJ} pm Cleaver. 135 p m 2:45 p m Mason. 1:45 p m 235 p m Rio Vista. 2:10 p m 2:10 p m Schurz . 350 p m 135 p m Gillis. 3 30 p m 12:40 p m Arrives— Leaves— Hawthorne. 4Mb pm 113b a m No. 8. No. 4. Leaves— Arrives Hawthorne. 630 am 735 pm Kinkead ... 6:87 a m 6:48 p m Luning . 7:10 a m 6:16 p m New Boston. 730 a m 5:56 p m Soda Springs. 7 60 a m 5:36 p m Rhodes. 8:10 a m 5:16 p m Belleville. 8:50 am 4:35pm Junction. 930 am 4:25 pm Candelaria y^j am pm Junction. 10:10 a m 336 p m Basalt. 11:10 am 236 pm Summit. 12:00 m 135 p m Queen. . 1250 p m 1236 p m Benton . . .. 1:30 pm 1150 pm Haramill .. 2:10 pm 1130 pm Arrives- Leaves— Bishop Creek... 3:10 pm 9:50 am Leaves— Arrives— Bishop Creek. 3:15 p m 2:46 a m Alvord. 4:05 pm 8:55 am Tibbets. 4:50 p m 8:10 a ut Independence .. 5:85 p m 7:26 am Lone Pine. 630 pm 6:40 am Swansea. 650 p m 6:10 a m Arrives— Leaves— Keeler. .. 7:00 pm 6:00 am Trains 1 and 2 run daily. Train 3 runs Montays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Train 4 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays. Passenger trains make close connection at Mound House with express trains of Virginia and Tru kee Railroad, which eonnet t at lieno with east- and west-bound trains oi the Oen tral Pa lfie Railroad. STAGE CONNECTIONS. At Wabuska with daily stage for Yerington and Wellington. At Hawthorne with daily stage for llodie and Bridgeport, M 1,uning with stage leaving Monday. Wed n-esday and Friday for Downieville and lone. At Mndaville with stage leaving Krldavs for Clove-dale, San Antonio and Belmont. At Caudclaria with Cage leaving Mondays for Columbus, Silver Peak, Montezuma, Aliaa Valiev and Gold Mountain At Keeler with stage leaving Tueaday-Thurs day and Saturday for Cerro Gordo, Darwin ana liana,mint. H. M, YERINGTON, General Superintendent. R. J. LAWS, Assistant Superintendent. D. A. BENDER, General Freight and Passenger Agent. There is no patent on goodness. But manufac turers do not make tea WkistysHtr eeftae tavarTatf itssrta so good as ScktiHmg's Best, because most people like to be humbugged. For sale by T. J. A. Flaws BB1EF MENTION. —Trib’8 odor is pleasant. —Every teamster should have Trib. —The weather indicates another thunder-shower. —The Dayton Kindergarten will open next Monday. —Bob Gardner returned to San Francisco Thursday. —There will be a grand bicycle meet in Carson in July. —Reno has a spook which the cops are trying to catch. —J. E. Gignoux left last evening on a short business trip to Reno. —Three Kings-King Tonic, King Alterative and Pain King, at Flaws. —Johnston will make you the finest photographs; yourself, wife, or baby. —Miss Etta Wolstrom, of Em pire, was visiting Dayton friends last week. —Don’t forget the opening day of Johnston’s photograph gallery—to morrow, May 30th. —A1 Rommel, the Three Kings medicine man, left for Carson Val ley yesterday morning. —Mrs. A. J. Loftns left for Ma son Valley yesterday morning o.i a visit to friends and relatives. —A divorce case with a number of sensational details is to be tried in the District Court here soon. —Mrs. R. B. Davis, of Sodaville, has been visiting relatives and friends here for a week or more. —A large pile of rock on the dump at the Succor mine, in Silver City, is l>eing hauled to the mill. Trib triumphs over tribulations, Trib strikes out striving athletes' strains. Trib cures the bruises of all nations. From swellings Trib expels the pains. —Babbitt metal for sale in quan tities to suit at this office. Type metal makes the finest kind of bab bitt. —The Everett and Ames mill, at Topnotch, started up on ore from the Topnotch mine this week Mon day. —J. W. Carter has Hold his min ing prospect in Topnotch to B. Ber ry. The consideration is understood to be $200. —Miss Belle Rulison, who has been visiting friends here for a week or more, took her departure for home last evening. —Geo. Simpson and Tom Perry came in from Smith Valley Mon day with a small band of beef cattle for J. L. Campbell. —John Pierce, of Smith Valley, was in from that place Saturday. He took out a license—not to get married, but to peddle. —Chas. Rickey, clerk for L. H. Bell, in the Smith Valley store, has resigned and Morris Mack, of Gard nerville, has taken his place. — Miss Edith Stone, of San Fran cisco, came in from Hawthorne Thursday evening, where she has been visiting for several weeks. —Dr. Mendelsohn, the oculist optician, arrived from Virginia City Thursday evening. He will be at the Occidental Hotel to-day only. —May Blair, the girl who is suing Barillas, the Guatemala mil lionaire, for breach of promise, used to “sling hash” in a Winnemucca hotel. — Mrs. Z. Pierce recently return ed from California to her home in Smith Valley. She had been on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. O’Ban ion, in Sutter county. —Clark, the machinist at the Topnotch mine, had his hand in jured in the machinery at the Ever ett and Ames mill a few days ago, but the hurt is not serious. _The books are out for the Twelfth Annual Fair to be given by the State Agricultural Society be tween the dates of September 20th and 25th inclusive. Pres. Pown ing says the coming event will be the best ever witnessed in the State. —The Times acknowledges the receipt of an invitation to attend the commencement exercises at the State University which take place to-day, to-morrow and Monday and Tuesday next. —An artesian well has been sunk at the Topnotch mine, in Smith Valley, to a depth of 50 feet, or thereabouts, and an excellent flow of water encountered. The water raises two feet above the surface of the ground. The mine is looking better each day. —It’s about as hard to break some people of bad habits as it is to break Malarial Fever when it once gets a firm hold upon one. Mr. C. Himrod, of Lancaster, Ohio, says: “Simmons Liver Regulator broke a case of Malarial Fever of three years standing for me, and less than one bottle did the busi ness. I shall use it when in need of any medicine, and I recommend it.” Valley N«wm. Strawberries are beginning to get ripe. Wabuska Dist. has 21 children of school age. Walker river is booming and overflowing its banks in many places. Bee food appears to be scarce just now and weak colonies of bees have to be fed. Quite a number of Mason Valley people are sending to San Francisco for decoration flowers. A mother and son are both on the Wabuska census roll as being under 18 years of age. Iron ore cars and other mining machinery for the Dobbins mine came in on Wednesday. Mrs. Dennis Higgins came in from Cal., on Thursday, but not very much improved in health. It has rained all around Mason Valley for two weeks, and on Mon day we got enough to lay the dust. A Mason Valley rancher who is not interested in a gold or copp?r mine now is classed among the poor trash. Pete Pirazzo has bought all the land in the lower end of the valley that belonged to Thompson, of San Francisco. _ Not Onto Hid Job. Our Mason Valley contemporary put a job press into his office a week or two ago, and about the first time he tried to operate it broke it all to pieces. Whether he thought it operated the same as a rock-breaker, or not, we are unable to say, but he dropped his form in between the bed and platen while running at a good speed, and when the smash came concluded that a “defective casting” was the cause. We are sorry the accident happen ed. It is a pity to see such a fine piece of machinery as a printing press fall into the hands of those who do not know how to take care of it. MmileM lr rad Irate the Countenauce When those atrocious bodily troubles, chills and fever, dyspepsia, kidney or rheumatic dis orders, yield, as they invariably do. to the be nign action of Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, a remedy of comprehensive use, pure in compo sition, unobjectionable to a delicate palate, aud thorough in effects. Sick headache, loss of appetite, flesh and sleep, nausea, heartburn, are among the physical annoyances obviated by the Bitters. They are in the nature of sig nals of distress displayed by a disordered stom ach, liver and bowels, and disappear with the cause that produced them. But these signals should be heeded at once. Then the woebegone look of chronic ill health will speedily disap pear, and vigor and comfort restore a cheerful aspect to the face. That faithful index to the condition of the system never fails to wear a look of sunshine when the Bitters is used to dispel the cloud. HlKh Water. The Carson river at this place is very high at the present time, the warm weatner of the past two weeks having melted the snow at the head-waters quite rapidly. There is no fear of damage, however. The only trouble occasioned by the rise is that it delays work on the Car son River Dredge, which plant is being repaired to again dig for wealth in the river bed, JL “II Is the Beet on Barth." That is what Edwards <fc Parker, merchants of Plains, Ga., say of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated and muscular pains. Sold by T. J. A. Flaws. Pankin Hollow. About 16 tons of ore from the Martindale and Pratt mine, in Pun kin Hollow, have been worked at the new mill. This ore came from the surface of the claim and the bullion is somewhat finer than that from the ore worked from the Stro snider mine. This indicates that the ore has yielded something over $20 per ton. There is a working of ore from this mine on tne dump, which comes from the lower level, which is believed will go $40 or $50 per ton. It will be crushed as soon as the mill can be secured. I. Strosnider is building a board ing house of commodious dimen sions at Punkin Hollow. It will be ready for use by the middle of June. There will then be about 25 or 30 men at work in the camp. A mining expert from Denver visited the mines last week and this, and is much pleased with the looks of things. He thinks the ledges go down, and that when the water level is reached believes that the ore will improve in quality. W. T. Warren has located in the camp in a tent and is putting in some herculean blows on the Lottie mine, which is owned by himself and W. H. Ely. He has a tine prospect. A <»o«»ri Report. '■ Col. Sutherland, who visited the Ely mines at Como a couple of weeks ago in the interests of a Scotch syndicate, has made a very good report of his investigations. The Mayflower mine was sampled very thoroughly for 3,000 feet, and the assays from the samples were more than satisfactory. The report has been sent to London, and it is believed that after receiving it the work of developing the property on a large scale will soon be begun. When the work is begun a shaft will be sunk from 500 to 1,000 feet to thoroughly prospect the ground. This shaft will enable the company to prospect not only the Mayflower, but the whole group of six mines surrounding. Dragged By a Horae. Old Mr. Watson, of Silver City, was dragged by a horse yesterday about noon, and quite seriously bruised up. He was leading a horse just below Mrs. Geyer’s place, when the animal became frightened and started to run. Mr. Watson was thrown down and dragged some distance receiving a bad gash over his right eye, that laid the scalp open to the bone. He was also bruised about the chest and arms. Dr. Manson was summoned and came down and sewed up the wound in the head. The old gen tleman will be laid up for some time. 111 1 ..- - 11 — Jeremiah rendercMt. If anybody knows, or ever knew a man named Jeremiah Pendergast, we solicit information concerning him, his whereabouts if alive, or burial place if dead. If any one possessing information concerning the above named person will com municate with the Times, it will be properly acknowledged. A Point to RcMember. If you wish to purify your blood you should take a medicine which cures blood diseases. The record of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla proves that this is the best medicine for the blood ever produced. Hood’s Sarsaparilla cures the most stubborn cases and it is the medicine for you to take if your blood is im pure. _ Hood’s Pills are the best after-dinner pill; assist digestion, cure headache. 25c. An Invitation. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend the memo rial exercises to be given at the Court House to-morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock, under the auspices of Dayton Lodge No. 5, I. O. O. F. Henry Fischer, N. G. E. T. Reynolds, Sec. Baeklen’a Arnica Halve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap ped hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay requiipd. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or money refunded. Price 25c. per box. Sold by Flaws. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulnes8. Assures the food against alum and aU forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. booking Healthy. A letter received from Mason Val ley this week states that the prog pects of that section are very promising. The new copper smelter is being put.up as fast as possible. The hills are full of prospectors, and new strikes are being made every day. While it is not a good place for men with no means to go looking for work, our correspondent thinks it is the best place for a prospector on the face of the globe. So far a few gold properties have been developed to an extent to show that thay are valuable. The cop per prospects are better than any one anticipated. The west side of the valley is almost a continuous copper mine for ten miles, and on the east side there are a number of promising claims located, among them being one of the largest cop per ledges in the world. This ledge shows a width of nearly 200 feet, and the croppings can be followed for over 4,000 feet. Of course the entire ledge does not produce rich ore, but it shows copper all through it, and some of the ore is very high grade. The town of Yerington is full of strangers, and they continue to come. Road Waahed Oat. Las Sunday this place was visit ed by quite a severe thunder show er, and some hail fell. The ground hereabouts received a thorough soaring, and in the surrounding hil s it could be seen that water was falling in sheets. Parties in from Smith Valley since the storm say that a cloud-burst must have oc cured in Eldorado canyon, as the road this side of the finger-board is so badly washed out in a number of places that it will take several hundred dollars to repair it. Nearly Heady to Mtart. The Peck concentrating plant in the Douglass mill is completed and ready to start up, with the ex ception of placing the water wheel, which has not yet arrived, having been delayed en route. The rail road, the electric lighting plant and all other machinery is in readiness for the start, and when the wheel arrives, which it is expected to do next Monday or Tuesday, it will take but live or six days to place it and begin operations. noyton’o Now Photo Oallery. R. T. Johnston, of Johnston & Simas of San Francisco, now located in Carson, will open a branch gal- . lery in Dayton to-morrow, (Sun day). Their gallery will be in the building on Main street, next to the Times office. These photographers put up extremely fine work at very low rates. Samples of all kinds of work in their line on exhibition at the gallery. Call. According to the newspapers, an Ohio husband became the happy father of seven children not long ago. Of the seven all lived but one. It is to be hoped he laid in a supply of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, the only sure cure for croup, whoop ing-cough, colds and coughs, and so insured his children against these diseases. For sale by T. J. Flaws. ---— - 11 " ' 1 .. 1 -v Wanted - An Idea