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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday _August 28, 1897. Entered at the Postofflce, Dayton, as second -lass mail matter. fci. H. Klll.LOUG. 330 Pine street, San Erancisco, is our authorized Agent in Cal. ADVERTWm; RATKH: 1 egal advertising, per square ... I 2 50 Hath subsequent insertion. 100 ,Commercial advertising, single column, per inch per month. 1 00 Double column, per inch. 2 00 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 insertion. . Each subsequent insertion, per line No deviation from above prices. first 10 05 In Memorium Resolutions published in the Times will be charged for at the rate of ten •ents per line. WS?T’8 Is never done, and it is especially wearing and wearisome to those whose blood is impure and unfit properly to tone, sus tain, and renew the wasting of nerve, muscle and tissue. It is more because of this condition of the blood that women are run down, Tired, Weak, Nervous, Than because of the work itself. Every physician says so, and that the only rem edy is in building up by taking a good nerve tonic, blood purifier and vitalizer like Hood ’a Sarsaparil la. For t he trou bles Peculiar to Women at change of season, climate or life, or resulting from hard work, nervousness, and impure blood, thousands have found relief and cure in Hood’s Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. Prepared only by ('. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Hood’s Piib are tbe only pills to take wmi itood s Sarsaparilla. TIME -OF THE CARSON & COLORADO R. R. -TAKING EFFECT ISTOV. Q3til, 1895, STATIONS. Mound House. Dayton. C iff ton. Fort Churchill From To Mound House Mound House No. 1. Wabuska cleaver . Mason Kio Vista. Schurz Gillis Hawthorne Hawthorne Kinkead Tuning New Boston. Soda Springs Rhodes. Belleville. Junction . Candelaria I unction Basalt. Summit... '.Jueen Benton Hammill Leaves— 10:30 a m 11 3)5 am 11:50 a m 12:20 p m iSI p L :35 p in l :45 p m 2:10 p m 3:50 pm 3:30 p m Arrives— 4:40 p m No. 3. Bishop Creek Bishop Creek. AIvord. Tibbets. Independence Lone Pine . . Swansea. Keeler. Leaves— 6:00 6:37 7:10 7:30 7 50 8:10 8:50 3:00 3:30 ( 3:401 10:10 11:10 12:00 12:50 1:30 2:10 Arrives 3:10 Leaves— 3:15 4:05 4:50 5:35 6:20 6:50 Arrlves 7:00 a m a m a m a in a m a m a m a m a m a m m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m p m No. 2. Arrives— 5 .50 p ni 5:15 p m 4:30 p m 4.DO p in 3:201 3-iiol V m 2:45 pm 2:35 p 111 2:10 p m 1:25 p m 12:40 p m Leaves— 11:30 a m No. 4. Arrives 7i25 pm 6:48 p in 6:15 p m 5:55 p m 5:35 p m 5:15 p m 4:35 p m 4:25 p m 3*ot Pm 3:25 p m 2:25 p m 1:35 pm 12:35 p m 11:50 p m 11:00 p m Leaves— 3:50 a m Arrives— 9:45 a ill 8:55 a m 8:10 a m 7:25 a m 6:40 a ill 6:10 a m | Leaves— 6:00 a m 'rains 1 and 2 run daily. Train 3 runs Mon lays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Train 4 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays. Passenger trains make elose connection at •'louud House with express trains of Virginia aud Tru -kee Railroad, which connect at Reno 'rith east- and west-bound trains of the Ceil 'ral Pa ifie Railroad. STAGE CONNECTIONS. At Watmska with daily stage for Yerington tnd Wellington. At Hawthorne with daily stage for Bodie and Bridgeport, At Lunfng with stage leaving Monday, Wed nesday and Friday for Dovvnieville 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, Montezuma, Alida Valley and Gold Mountain At Keeler with stage leaving Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday tor Cerro Gordo, Darwin and Panamint. H. M. YERINGTON, General Superintendent. R. J. LAWS, Assistant Superintendent. D. A. BENDER, General Freight and Passenger Agent. “Miss Passe was bitten on the cow by a dog while riding on her wheel.” “You mean on the calf, don’t you?” “Did you ever see a calf forty eight years old?” Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Yonr lift Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag netic, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To °aci the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, fiOc or II. Cure guaran j*Od Booklet and sample free. Address sterling Remedy Co., Chicago w JJew York. brirf mention. —Wadsworth is to have an elec tric light plant. —California fruit teams are ar riving here frequently now. —Mrs. Hofer and Theo. Hofer were over from Carson Wednesday. —Three Kings-King Tonic, King Alterative and Pain King, at Flaws. —Mrs. Dr. Gardner left tor a visit to the lake last Wednesday night. —Polly Roberts’ infant child, of Sutro, has been quite ill, but is im proving. — R. A. Logan went up to Como yesterday to look at his mining property. —L. P. McCarty, publisher of the Statistician, was in town Wednes day of this week. — Quite a number of Mason Val ley people have been in town this week on Court business. —Mrs. F. W. Downey and Mrs. D. W. Melarkey have been visiting Dayton friends this week. — Mrs. Emile Tailleur left for San Francisco last Wednesday'even ing on a visit to relatives. —Sixmile Canyon presents quite a lively appearance since the work for the new leaching plant began. —The Times is indebted to J. G. Young for a quantity of fine sweet clover honey. It is delicious truck. — Babbitt metal for sale in quan tities to suit at this office. Type metal makes the finest kind of bab bitt. —Franklin Leonard, Supt. of the Comstock Tunnel Company, left for New York Thursday night on business. —Tom Calvert hauled in some wood from Pinennt this week. He reports rattlesnakes plentiful in that section. —The annual meeting of the Como Consolidated Mining Co. will be held Sept. ‘20th. See notice in another column. —The town has been full of legal lights this week, among them being Messrs. Clarke, Huffaker, Noel, Coffin, Langan and Knight. —.James Berry arrived here this week, after an absence of some years in South Africa. He expects to go io the Klondike country in the Spring. —Cap. Davis, who has been very ill with inflammation of the bowels, is improving. His wife returned from California Wednesday upon being informed of bis sickness. —Rev. J. R. Gregory will hold the last service of the Conference year in the Court House next Tues day evening Aug 31, at 7:30 i* M. The public is cordially invited. —The old Flowery school house is being taken down and moved down the Canyon some distance. This is being done to give the pat rons of the school a better chance to send their children to school —The postal authorities are work ing on a new postal card. The St. Paul Press predicts that if it can in vent one that can be used with in visible ink, it will earn the gratitude of all towns that have postmistress es. —An item has been going the rounds of the press about the raise in the price of hay, and a wag has remarked that the demand for that article has probably increased be cause so many people make asses of themselves. —Ernest Leavitt, a student at Palo Alto, came in from Mason Val le)7 Thursday. He made the trip to Dayton in eight hours, and after resting for an hour rode on to Car son, where he took the train for Stanford University. —Jim Townsend, of the Bodie Miner, has seen airships hovering over Bodie, and a guttapercha hen that lays eggs to order—hard-boiled, soft-boiled, fried or scrambled. Jim has been having some regular old XXX times lately, anyhow. —Engineer Gobey was badly scalded on the south trip Monday. Wood in the tender caught fire from a snark, and the fireman turned a stream of hot water on it. The escaping steam scalded Louie, who was obliged to lay off for a week. Bulletin. _ A Hedge.—She—Have you ever loved another woman? He—Dear, you are the one an in the whole world. worn Pumpkin Hollow. W. T. Warren came in from Pumpkin Hollow District last Sun day, and brought with him some specimens of ore from his claim, the Lottie. He has a shaft down 50 feet now in this claim, and a two foot ledge of ore. The ledge is widening as depth is attained. Mr. Warren is now taking out ore to have worked, which goes from $20 to $60 per ton. L. W. Stark, who owns a mine near the Lottie, has a shaft down on his claim a little over fourteen feet. His claim is on a parallel ledge. He has an eight inch ledge, and on each side of the ledge is a two-inch seam of very rich decom posed gold quartz. The center of the ledge is is also good ore. Mr. Stark is taking out ore and sacking it, and will soon have enough to take to the mill and crush, which he will probably do next week. Frank Martindale has sold his interest in the Pratt and Martindale mine to Mrs. Averill, of Carson. In this mine, at a depth of 85 feet, the ledge is six feet wide. It is low grade, but there is a large ledge, lots of ore which is easily mined, and is right now a piece of prop erty that can be worked on a pay ing basis. It is not stated what the sale price of Martindale’s inter est was. The Strosnider tnine is idle now, while the owners are attending to ranch work will be resumed on it as soon as the crops are up. Death of Benj hirkinson . Word reached here Wednesday that Benj. Dickinson, of Smith Val ley had died the day before, at his home. He was taken with bilious colic a few days before and did not recover from it. Mr. Dickinson was about 64 years of age, and leaves a wife and three children. He was an old resident of the State, having located in Pine Grove years ago. Later he was foreman of the Gig noux ranch, on the Walker river, and still later followed the occupa tion of farming in Smith. He was an honest, upright man in all his dealings, and had a host of friends. His funeral took place Thursday and was largely attended. Deceas ed belonged to no Order or Frater nal Society. Of to Wheat Orowera. The following, which is of inter est to persons having wheat for ex port, has been received by Governor Sadler from the Galveston Export Co , receivers, shippers and export ers: Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 23, '97. Governor ofm Nevada, Carson City —Dear Sir:—Will yon kindly cause us to be advised as to your this year’s wheat crop, regarding quantity and quality, and as to whether or not you will have any to spare; that is to ship out? If so, we would be happy to be informed as to the names of the most likely parties to correspond with, with a view to business. Thanking you in advance we beg to remain, Galveston Export Co. Kronumy In buying medicine as in other matters. It is economy to get Hood's Sarsaparilla because there is more medicinal value in Hood's Sarsa parilla than in any other. Every bottle of Hood’s Sarsaparilla contains 100 doses and will average, taken according to directions, to last a month, while others last but a fortnight. Hood's Fill* are the only pills to take with Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Easy and yet efficient. Oliver IiOii*ahauich Burled. Oliver Longabaugh, of Empire, died last Saturday morning from the burns he received some three weeks ago. Mr. Longabaugh was a native of Pennsylvania, aged 51 years. He formerly lived in Day ton, and had many friends here. His funeral took place Monday, in Empire, and was very largely at tended, many old friends from here going over. _ Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy always affords prompt relief. For sale by T. J. A. Flaws. IMstrict Court. District Court met here Monday, Judge Mack presiding. Monday and Tuesday the case of James Andrews against the Hutson estate, D. C. Simpson administra tor, was tried by a jury. Andrews sued the estate to recover $1,201.07 alleged to be due as wages. The jury was composed of D. W. Melar key, foreman; C. F. Fox, G. W. Kneirim, I. A. Strosnider, F. \V. Downey, Jas. Holmes, E. Morgan, W. G. Boyce, H. M. Stock, A. E. Paramore, R. M. Cornish and C. H. Groves, and on the fifth ballot found for the defendant. The Perkins divorce case was postponed for argument at some fu ture date to be decided upon by the attorneys for both parties. In the matter of the estate of W. Strosnider, deceased, it was ordered that J. C. Gallagher be appointed administrator. Mr. Gallagher re fused to act, and the public admin istrator is to be appointed. In the matter of the estate of J. C. Hinds, deceased, it was ordered that Sept. 7th be set as date to hear application for admission to pro bate of will of deceased, and the issuance of letters testamentary thereon. The case of Manning vs. J. E. Gignoux has occupied the Court for the past two days and was still in progress when the Times went to press last night. It is the third trial of this case. The present jury is as follows: D. \V. Melarkey, A. Paramore, Ed. Hancock Sr., Jas. Holmes, J. G. Young, C. F. Fox, I. A. Strosnider, F. W. Downey, G. VV. Kneirim, W. G. Boyce, I. Mil ler and C. A. Landry. A. Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison of Worthington, Ind., Sun writes: You have a val uable prescription in Electric Bit ters, and I can cheerfully recom mend it for Constipation and Sick Headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal” Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could not eat nor digest food, had a back ache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get a Bottle at T. J. A. Flaws. Suicide, Cutting Scrape, Mhnotlng. Wednesday’s Reno Journal says: Yesterday afternoon a Spanish woman in the tenderloin district, known as Josie Chevaria, took a dose of carbolic acid with suicidal intent. She was saved by prompt action of a doctor. She was some what dissipated and tired of life. Jack Frost and a colored man known as Sergeant Smith, a char acter about town for years, got on a jag last evening, and when out back of Jake Beker’s saloon Frost ran a knife into Smith’s side. The wound is not necessarily fatal, but very painful. No arrests. A man known as Brundridge Smith came into town yesterday from the north and took the wife of a man named Smith away with him. Glazer, with blood in his eye, followed the couple and over took them about twenty miles north of town. Glazer emptied five cham bers of a six shooter at Smith, three of which took effect. Glazer came back to town and reported the shooting. He does not know what became of the woman, neither does he know how badly Smith is hurt. As the affair took place out of the State, a California minion of the law will probably lie after Glazer. _ Kiu-klen'M 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 required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or money refunded. Price 25c. per box. Sold by Flaws. To Caro Constipation forever. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. | Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. POWDER Absolutely Pure. The Slew fienchlng Plant. The new leaching plant to be erected in Sixmile Canyon by Blood and Harris, is to be considerable of a plant. C. H. Watson, of this place drew the plans for the plant and will superintend the construc tion. Ground was broken this week for the foundation. Orders for lum ber and material have been made, and work will be pushed as rapidly as possible, and it is expected that the plant will be in operation in 60 days from the 1st of September. This plant will consist of 12 leach ing vats, 24 feet in diameter by 5 feet high, inside measurement; two sump tanks 24 feet in diameter by 8 feet high; two supply tanks 16 feet in diameter by 12 feet high. In all other respects the plant will be similar to the plants at this place and Bodie. The plant will be oper ated by water power, the supply be ing obtained from the canyon; a ditch 3,330 feet long and a pipe line of about 900 feet being necessary to convey the water to the Pelton wheel which will run what machin ery there is in the plant. The plant is being erected to work the Park tailings, of which there are about 130,000 tons, and they will be work ed at the rate of about 200 tons per day. Is III re Worth (living? If there is an individual on earth who is ex cusable for thus interrogating himself, it is the unhappy mortal who suffers from malaria in some one of its diabolical forms. This is no difficult conundrum, however. Life is w.irth living by any man or woman who enjoys good health, and is not harrassed by a reproachful conscience. The malarial scourge, heavily laid on, is a terrible one for the poor sufferer to endure. A series of freezings, scorchings and sweats—tHe last leaving one as limp and as strengthless as a dish rag, are hard indeed, re curring as they do with fiendish regularity. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is the world-wide known preventive aud curative of this class of maladies, either in the form of ague and fever, bilious remittent, dumb ague and ague cake Used with persistence they will, rely upon it, eradicate disease from the system. They also conquer rheumatism, kidney and bladder com plaints, nervousness, dyspepsia, liver com plaint and constipation, and renew failing strength. _ Tltat Kow. The Carson papers tell about a Carson ‘‘sport” coming over from that place and getting into a row at the Italian dance here last Sun day night, and say that the young man had several shots fired at him. This is not a fact. There was a lit tle unpleasantness at the Odeon saloon on the night mentioned, but it was nothing serious and there was no shooting of any kind. No body was injured, and the Carson “sport” was not barred from the town for a year, or any other length of time. Dr. Klng’M Dincovery fur Con Mumptlon. This is the best medicine in the world for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for Consumption. Every bottle is guaranteed. It will cure and not disappoint. It has no equal for Whooping Cough, Asthma, Hay Fever, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, La Grippe, Cold in the Head and for Consumption. It is safe for all ages, pleasant to take, and, above all, a sure cure. It is always well to take Dr. King’s New Life Pills in connec tion with Dr. King’s New Discovery, as they regulate and tone the stomach and bowels. We guarantee perfect satisfaction or return money. Free trial bottles at T. J. A. Flaws. Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. •A'ouoiu punjw sisjiMflup 'u*J q q O II ‘001 •J3A3J0J UOH«d|lSU03 3.1110 ‘Dl'JJBqiOO Apu«o bum i|«Moa inoj ojBjnpg