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LYON COUNTY TIMES
Saturday .July 24, 1897. Entered at the Postofflce, Dayton, as second ''lass mall matter. K. H. KKliliOlitlit. 330 Pine street, San Francisco, Is our authorised Agent In Cal. ADVERTlHlNCi KATES: Legal advertising, per square . .$250 Each subsequent Insertion. 1 00 Commercial advertising, single column, per Inch per month. 1 00 Double column, per lneh. 2 no Discount of 10 per cent, on commercial "ads’’ standing three months; 25 per cent, on “ads” standing six months: 40 per cent, on ‘‘ads’’ standing one year. Local notices, per line of nonpariel, first insertion. .$ 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 •ents per line. More Medicinal value in a bottle of Hood’s Sarsa parilla than in any other preparation. More skill is required, more care taken, more expense incurred in its manufacture. It costs the proprietor and the dealer More hut it costs the consumer lest, as lie gets more doses for his money. More curative power is secured by its peculiar combination, proportion and process, which make it peculiar to itself. More people are employed and more space oc cupied in its laboratory than any other. More wonderful cures effected and more tes timonials received than by any other. More sales and more ncrease year by year are reported by druggists. More people are taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla today than any other, and more are taking it today than ever before. More and still moke reasons might be given why you should take Hoods Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. 91 per bottle. r»;n cnre a11 Liver 1118 and II OOCl S i Ills Sick Headache. 25centa. TIME TABIjB -OFTHB CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT NOV. 23tn, 1803. SI'A ITONS. Mound House. Layton. Clifton. Fort Churchill Wabuska . From Mound House No. 1. Cleaver .. Mason_ Hio Vista. Schurz Gillis Hawthorne Hawthorne .. Kinkead ... . Liming New Boston... Soda Springs. Rhodes.. Belleville. Junction... Candelaria. .. Junction Basalt. Summit... Queen.... Benton . Hammill Bishop Creek.. Bishop Creek. Alvord. Tibbets. Independence. Lone Pine. Swansea. Keeler. Leaves— 10:30 a m 11:05 am 11:50 a m 12:20 p m 1K)0/ r m 1:20 j Pm 1:35 p m 1:45 p m 2:10 p m 3:50 p m 3:30 p in Arrives— 4:40 pm No. 3. Leaves— 6:00 a m 6:37 a m 7:10 am 7:30 a in 7 50 a m 8:10 a m 8:50 a in 94)0 am 9:30/ 9:40j am 10:io a m 11:10 a m 12:00 m 12:60 p <n 1:30 p m 2:10 p m Arrives— 3:10 pm Leaves— 8:15 p m 4.-05 p m 4:50 p m 5:35 p m 6:20 p m 6:50 pm Arrives— 7.00 p m Arrives— 5 :50 p m 5:15 p m 4 ;30 p m 4 00 p m IZ\ P» 2:45 p m 2:35 p in 2:10 p m lr25 p m 12:40 p m Leaves— 11K10 am No. 4. Arrives 7.-25 p m 6:48 pm 6:15 pm 5:55 p m 5:36 p m 5:15 p m 4:35 p m 4:25 pm p» 3:25 p m 2.-25 p m 1:35 pm 12:35 p m 11:50 pm 1100 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 am Leaves— 6:00 a m and Trains 1 and 2 run daily. Train 3 runs Mon lays, Wednesdays Fridays. _ „ „ Train 4 runs Tuesdays, .Thursdays and Sat urdays. Passenger trains make dense connection at Mound House with express trains of Virginia and Tru 'kee Railroad, which connect at Reno with east- and west-bound trains of rhe Cen tral Pacific Railroad. STAGS! CONNECTIONS. At Wabuska with daily stage for Yerington and Wellington. _ .. At Hawthorne with daily stage for Bodie and Bridgeport, , . At Luning with stage leaving Monday, Wed nesday and Friday for Dowuieville and lone At Sodaville with stage leaving Fridays for Clove-dale, San Antonio and Belmont. At Candelaria with stage leaving Mondays for Columbus, Silver Peak, Monteauma, Alida Valiev Aud Gold Mountain. At feeler with stage leaving Tuesday, 1 hurs day and Saturday for Cerro Gordo, Darwin ana Panamlnt. H. M. YERINGTON, General Superintendent. K. J. LAWS. Assistant Superintendent. D. A. BENDER, General Freight and Passenger Agent. A Nevada Reuben la New York. A press dispatch from New York says: W. O. Gilbert, who is on his way from Nevada to England, is in a had mess. On reaching New York he went to a hotel and subsequently went out for a walk. On endeavor ing to return he found that he had forgotten the name and location of the hotel. His plan was to sai^for Europe, but all his baggage is at ♦he hotel he cannot Qnd it. BRIEF mention. — Bar silver 59$. —Three Kingy-King Tonic, King Alterative and Pain King, at Flaws. —Many Nevadans will leave for the Alaska gold fields before long. —Miss Eva Irwin, of Carson, was visiting Dayton friends this week. —Bert Phipps is now doing the assaying at the Davis leaching plant. —Jas. Leonard and sisters have returned from a trip to San Fran cisco. —Herman Zadig and Gott. Haist drove down from Virginia City last Sunday. —Tom Hully took a trip to Como Thursday to look at his mining property. —Frank Shirley is the happy daddy of another boy, who arrived on the 17th. —State Treasurer Westerfield and G. W. Keith drove over from Carson last Sunday. —Mrs. J. E. Bray, of Reno, has been visiting friends and relatives in Dayton this week. — Alt'. Chartz and Major Hnf faker, legal lights, were here on Court business Tuesday. —The river has fallen quite rapid ly this week, and there is very little water at the present time. —The leaching plant is handling the Dredge Co’s tailings all right, and is working about 60 tons a day. — Babbitt metal for sale in quan tities to suit at this office. Type metal makes the finest kind of bab bitt. —Harry Blood, who held the position of assayer for Davis and Pierson, has gone to Virginia to reside. —The Dayton ball tossers will probably arrange to play the Ma son Valley nine some time next month. —The C. & C. company put a side track in above tbe Douglass mill this week, for the purpose of hand ling wood. —Jack Allen, Alex. Armstrong, Jim Powers and Chas. Geyer, of Silver City, left for Pumpkin Hol low the first of this week. —A young man named Robert Pfeifer, of Sixmile Canyon, had an eye shot out while hunting on the Sutro flat last week Friday. —There was another cloudburst in Eldorado Canyon Thursday afternoon, and the chances are the road has been damaged again. —The case of Lyon county vs. the State Controller was argued in the Supreme Court Monday of this week, and a decision is looked for soon. —The Hawthorne Bulletin re ports a strike at Alum Creek that is liable to prove a valuable one. It is a vast body of low grade gold ore. —Pat Gallagher has 60 tons of ore on the dump of his Alkali Dis trict mine ready to be hauled to a mill. It will probably go to the Spragg mill. —Mouse, the Indian who killed a couple of men on the Colorado river last Winter, has been killed by a trailer named Miller. Miller will get $250 for the job, as it was a good one. —Prof. Allen, the hobo “free knowlogist,” struck this town Thursday. His breath smelt as though he had just arrived from the spirit land. As the Prof, was here a year or so ago, he did not find it worth while to tarry long on this visit. —A favorite remedy for many of the ills of this life is Simmons Liver Regulator, the most popular medicine yet discovered. It is a searching cleanser, and by its ac tion frees the system of all impur ities, producing a sound, healthy liver. It is the standard household remedy for liver and stomach troubles, and has the unqualified endorsement of thousands of our best citiv*n- ♦hr*'*' ’ ' try. Having been before the peo ple for many years, its long and honorable career is a sufficient guarantee of purity and reliability. Simmons Liver Regulator is manu factured by Z. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, and is readily distin guished by the red Z on each pack age. _ _ Injured by a Runaway. Will Walsh came near being seriously injured last Wednesday at the ranch of Dick Randall, at New Jerusalem. He was hauling hay, and while standing on the ground the team of colts which was being used started. Walsh grabbed them by the bit, but they dragged him around in a circle several times before he let go, and then continued in fheir flight around the field. When Walsh was picked up it was found that he had a cut several inches long and quite deep on the inside of his right knee. “Brick” Mullen took a stitch in the wound and dressed it, and “Buck” will be all right in a week or so. The horses, after running around the field for a time, were stopped. They were not injured in the least, nor was any other damage done. Hmith Valley Bullion. Ike Miller and J. Farrell, who own a gold mine in Alkali District, Smith Valley, about three miles from the new Everett mill, drove in from Mason Valley Wednesday evening with a bar of bullion from a clean-up at the Everett mill. The bar weighed about eleven pounds, and was the result of the working of 116 tons of ore. The boys took their bar to the Carson mint Thursday, and returned to the val ley yesterday morning, being very well satisfied with the returns. The bullion went a little over $15 per ounce in fineness and yielded some thing over $26 to a ton of ore. This would make the bar the boys disposed of worth a little over $3,000.______ Nerloux Accident. Last Saturday, while returning from^Virgina City with a horse and cart, A. A. Pollard, the well-known Silver City mill man, was thrown from the cart in trying to make a turn up to a house on the side of the road. He was severely bruised and had two ribs broken, and it is thought that one of the broken ribs penetrated his lung. At any rate he is said to be in a very precarious condition. His many friends hope the injury will not prove fatal. Bridge Condemned. The wagon bridge across the Car son river at this place has been con demned for public travel and a sign posted to the effect that all persons using the bridge do so at their own risk and responsibility. The sills and posts of the bridge, especially at the east end, seem to be affected by a dry rot, and the bridge is not considered safe for heavy teams to cross. You may hunt the world over and you will not find another medicine equal to Chamberlain’s Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by T. J. A. Flaws. Another Alarm. The Douglass locomotive blew a fire alarm yesterday just after noon, and the fire bell sounded a few moments later. Before the engine was taken far it was found that the fire was in the sagebrush back of T. P. Mack’s residence, and had been set by one of the boys to burn up some rubbish. Everybody Bays So. Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the moat won derful medical discovery of the age, pleas ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire »y»tfm, dispel colds, cure headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-day; 10,25, 50 cents. Sold and guaranteed to cure by all druggists. Far Over Fifty Vears. Mas. Winslow's Soothing 8 yeup has been used for over flfty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect. suc cess. It soothes the child, softens -he gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhma. It will relieve the poor UtUesufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for “Mrs. Winslow s a noiwe. take no other kind. IMmtrirt Court. Court was held here this week Tuesday by Judge Mack, and the following business transacted: In the matter of the estate of A. McAllister, deceased, it was ordered that the real property of said de ceased be mortgaged, and also order made to pay debts, and the final account examined, approved and settled. The divorce case of Nancy Per kins vs. Albert Perkins was the next case on the docket. The com plaint alleged cruelty, asked for $500 attorney’s fees, alimony and the custody of the children. Mr. Perkins filed a cross complaint de nying the charges of cruelty and alleging abuse, cruelty, etc. There were several witnesses for both sides, and the evidence nearly all tended to show that Mrs. Perkins was dissatisfied because she was not allowed to conduct the business and handle the money of her hus band. Quarrels, had been numer ous, and she had made things in teresting for him by sawuig off wagon tongue?, shooting at cattle on the ranch, throwing dishes out of the house, threatening to shoot Mr. Perkins, tying him with ropes and otherwise despoiling his peace of mind. Mrs. Perkins own testi mony in regard to abuse from her husband was to the effect that no quarrels had occurred except when she had been the aggressor, and anybody who knows A1 Perkins knows this to be a fact. He has been an excellent provider for his family, and the elevation in cir cumstances his wife made by mar rying him seems to have rattled her slats. The case was submitted to the Court without argument and was taken under advisement until the 23d of August. It seems to be nearly the unanimous opinion of people here that Mr. Perkins, in stead of his wife, should have a divorce. Two Armiei-the Krzular and Irreg ular! To which would you prefer to belong? The regular, undoubtedly. The irregulars are, ad mittedly. the most numerous, but they are in a Very undesirable state of non-discipline. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters will soon remedy this want in a disordered liver or bowels. Biliousness manifests itself in 'yellowness of the skin and eyeballs, sour breath, furred tongue, morning nausea, discomfort in the vicinity of the liver, vertigo and sick head ache- Hosts of people suffer this. These signs of Insubordination to the governance of health, together with an irregular condition of the bowels, are soon regulated by the Bitters, which also overcomes malaria, dyspepsia, rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness end kid ney trouble. As a means of checking prema ture decay, hastening convalescence, and mit igating the infirmities of age, the great tonic is without a parallel. Trouble at t-old Creek. An attachment has been served on the property of the Gold Creek Mining Company, including the sluice boxes, ready to clean up, to cover an alleged debt of $3,800 due Corey Brothers Company of Ogden, who on Saturday last began a suit to foreclose a mechanic’s lien of $25,000 for building the company’s reservoirs and ditches. This is a bad beginning for the new camp. A new camp that gets a black eye the first thing has a hard struggle to get over it. It is to be hoped, however, that the matters of indebtedness will be satisfactorially adjusted. Klectrlc Hitter*. Electric Bitters is a medicine suit ed to any season, but perhaps more generally needed when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteract ing and freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indi gestion, Constipation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at T. J. A. Flaws. “Is there an opening here for an intellectual writer?” asked a seedy, rednosed individual of the editor. “Yes, my friend,” replied the man of letters; “a considerate car penter, foreseeing your visit, left an opening for you. Turn the knob to the right.” Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common t© the cheap brands. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. What It Comte to so to the Yukon Mines. Miners who have returned from the Clondyke mines. Alaska, say that parties intending to visit the camp should provide themselves with the following articles: Bacon, 200 pounds; flour, 800 pounds; assorted dried fruits, 150 pounds; corn meal, 200 pounds; rice, 50 pounds; coffee (parched) 75 pounds; tea, 40 pounds; sugar, 75 pounds; beans, 150 pounds; con densed milk, 1 case; assortment of evaporated vegetables and meats, two suits of corduroy, thres pairs rubber boots, three pairs heavy shoes, two dozen heavy woolen socks, half-dozen woolen mits, three pairs woolen gloves, three suits heavy underwear, two suits mack inaw, two hats, four heavy woolen shirts, one heavy coat, three pairs heavy woolen blankets. The outfit will cost about $175. Transportation via steamer to Clon dyke, $150; or via Juneau and Dyea, $140. If by the latter route the carriage from salt water to Lake Linderman, a distance of thirty one miles, say for one and a half tons at 15 cents per pound, would be $450; boat at Lake Linderman, $60; miscellaneous, $25; total $750. Conservatively that is a fair esti mate of the requirements of a man whoexpects to remain in the Yukon eighteen months. There are sev eral other incidental expenses which might be incurred, or the amount of supplies might be cur tailed to slight extent. These esti mates were given by experienced miners who have wintered in the north and know what they are talking about. In making pur chases it is well to observe the sug gestion that the very best articles that can be purchased are none too good and will more than repay the purchaser in the long run. DeafneNM Cannot be Cared by local application, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is by constitu tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets Inflam ed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deaf ue»» 19 iuc rvbuu, hiiu timess tuc iiiimiiiiuatiuii can be taken out and this tube restored to its norma] condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0. 9r*3oid by Druggists, 75c. Nchool House Repaired. The Trustees of this district have had the school house, replastered, painted, the furniture varnished, and every thing renovated gener ally. The place needed repairing badly, and it was a wise move to have the work done before the job be came more expensive. Lentz & Son did the work, and the building and furniture are now almost as good as new. _ Section Foreman. “I was troubled with headaches. I began taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla and in a week I felt better. Since taking three bottles I am cured and 1 have never felt better in my life. I am able to eat heartily and sleep well.” I.kopold Adonis. R. R. Section Foreman, Earlham, New Mexico. Hood’s Fills are the favorite family ca thartic. Easy to take, gentle, mild. US cents. To Coro Constipation Forever. Take Casual ets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 85c. If C C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.