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Ik JIP I |P|I1\ from exchanges and Con I iVTfV densed for Quick Perusal. About five inches of snow fell in Carson last Sunday night. Mrs. Eugene Howell presented her husband with twins Thursday of last week. An old Chinaman was murdered in Reno a few days ago and his cabin burned to conceal the crime. Lovelock is soon to have a bank, the lot having been purchased and arrangements made for the build ing. Two brick yards are now having a hard time to fill contracts for many new’ structures in the new town of Fallon. The Senate has passed a bill making it a felony for Indians who are wards of the government to buy whiskey. James Beauchamp, a salvation army officer in Reno, committed suicide a few days ago. He was ill and despondent. Mrs. Regan, the wife of the brute who killed his mother-in-law at sparks some weeks ago, has be gun suit for divorce. The Searchlight says the big automobile put on the road be tween Searchlight and Marvel is proving a great success. The Chronicle-Union reports a fall of a foot of snow at Bridge port last week, and between four and five feet at Bodie and Lundy. The Goldreed Mining Company has decided to give leases on its property and the rich camp will soon be the scene of great activity. Senator Nixon was tendered a royal banquet by the Tonopah Club and citizens of Tonopah this week, while on a visit to that town. A doctor named A. C. Chappell and a drill man, named Gibson, skipped out of Virginia City this week leaving a host of bills un settled. A bill has been introduced in the Legislature to repeal the 12 o’clock closing law, and it promises to precipitate the liveliest fight of the session. The Southern Pacific Co. pro poses to light the various yards along the line of its road with electricity. The central station will be at Carlin. The owners of the coal mines at Coaldale, on the Tonopali rail road, have purchased a diamond drill and will sample the coal to a depth of 1,500 feet. Key Pittman, a well known mining man of Tonopali, has been expelled from the Tonopah Mining Exchange. For what reason has not yet been learned. A bill for $100 was presented to the county of Washoe by the V. & T. R. R. for the special train which brought Webber, Linder man and Regan from Reno to the State prison. A Southern Pacific passenger train went into the ditch near Verdi Tuesday morning. The two engines and five cars were de railed, but fortunately no one was seriously hurt. H. M. Yerington, of Carson, has agreed to donate a whole block of ground in that city as a site for the building of a gubernatorial mansion if the Legislature decides to have the mansion built. James Simpson, the man who was shot in the stomach at Bull frog some two weeks ago, is out of danger, and will undoubtedly recover. He had a miraculous es cape from death. Shipe, his as sailant, is in jail at Belmont. Ninth Crossing, which has been an attractive spot for prospectors for several years has again come to the front with a number of rich finds that will probably call enough prospectors there to de termine whether or not the place really contains any valuable min eral. A foreigner was arrested and taken before Judge Pollock, of Sparks, a few days ago. Wishing to ascertain whether or not he was a working man, the officer asked: “Are you a carpenter?” The fel low looked puzzled, pnd after a moments hesitation replied: “No, a ba Feenlander.”—Dispatch. Tuesday night an engine and oil car went off the track between Reno and Sparks. Two switch men who were riding on the oil car were quite seriously injured, one having his leg broken. An effort is being made to have the University students wear uni forms at all times. The idea is obnoxious to a great majority of the students and a kick of great proportions has been made. The Supreme Court has granted a stay of execution in the case of Gorman, Sevner and Roberts who were to have been hanged in the State prison this week. The exe cution will now not take place un til next Summer, if at all. The Caliente Express says that since the completion of the Salt Lake and San Pedro road the time between Salt Lake and Los An geles will be cut from 51 to 28 hours and a saving of between $20 and $30 made in fare. It is estimated that from 50,000 to 80,000 people will go into the new mining camps in the southern part of Nevada this Spring and Summer. The influx will reach high tide as soon as the broad gauging of the C. & C. is com pleted. The body of the unfortunate man who was caved on in the Bamberger mine, at Delamar, some three weeks ago, was found on the 1st inst. His name was Steve Narochicli, and he leaves a wife and two children in the old country. The Caliente Commercial Club, composed of twenty business men of Caliente, was organized last week. The club will at once be gin systematic and conservative advertising of the town’s resources and advantages as a business and residence town. A woman named Pattenaude was accused by Mrs. Banta, of Reno, of leaving four children destitute in Reno. Mrs. Pat tenaude and husband are in Gold field and have been ill, but claim they sent sufficient money to Reno to care for the children. Mrs. Williams, of someTonopah notoriety, was again arrested last week for drawing a pistol and threatening to shoot a lot jumper in Goldfield. The squatter was also arrested, but later on bailed out by friends. Mrs. Williams has been placed under bonds to keep the peace. A crusade is now on in Reno to purify the morals of the place and abolish the “wide open” policy now existing there. Chairman Mondell of the Com mittee on Irrigation and the mem bers will visit Hazen on June 17th, when they will witness the turn ing on of water on 50,000 acres of arid land. The present monthly payroll at Sparks of the shop force alone is $20,000, says the Dispatch, while the engine and train crews receive double that amount and the section and reconstruction crews receive $10,000, making a total of $70,000 distributed monthly to railroad employes. It is not improbable that this amount will nearly double within the next few months. Fraud Exposed. A few counterfeits have lately been making and trying to sell imi tations ot Dr. King’s New Discovery tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds, and other medicines, thereby de frauding the public. This is to warn you to beware of such people, who seek to profit, though stealing the reputation ot remedies which have been successfully curing dis ease for over 35 years. A sure pro tection, to you is our name on the wrapper. Look for it, on all Dr. King’s, or Bucklen’s remedies,.as all others are mere imitations. II. K. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, 111., and Windsor, Canada. Chop Stand Opened. Mrs. W. K. Hayes has opend the old Vienna Cafe in the Kaufman building and in connection with the same has tamale parlors. You can get hot tamales or a short order at the cate now at any hour of the night or day. Fresh bread and doughnuts also for sale. Call and try one ot those delicions tamales. (Dill Dyer -DEALER IN Fresh Vegetables ^ FRUITS Candies, Nuts, Etc. Next to Owl Saloon Building Main Street Yerington, • Nevada ♦ — - * DR. McCOY CHAPPEL, X DENTIST V | Office next to Commercial Hotel. Main St., j Yerington. Nevada. All work in my line guaranteed. • -— 4 • -1 .Jjte Anchor Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. YERINGTON. - NEVADA. Holds meetings 2d \ 4th Mondays in each Month, in Leavitt’s Hall, Main Street. H. H. Reymers, M. W. A-4 The Times Print Shop Turns out as fine printing as you can get anywhere in the State, and with a few exceptions, on the Coast. The finest quality of paper is furnished in every job printed and our type faces are new and up'toxdate. Do we do work at San Fran cisco prices? Not on your life, Mr. Merchant. No more than you sell groceries, drygoods, boots and shoes, hard ware, etc., at San Francisco prices. But we are sat isfied with as small a margin of profit as you are. Furthermore we help support your county gov ernment, and boost our home enterprises at all times. Don’t you think we deserve your patronage ? Hotel Yerington, Main Street, Yerington, Nevada. C. p. Holland, Liessee. THE LEADING HOTEL ~ >• *-■ ~t H Excellent accommodations for all guests. Tables supplied with the best in the market. The bar, under the management of Messrs. Holland and Bailey, will f urnish the best Liquors and Cigars. Convenient Sample Rooms F. L. Littell, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. •••• DEALER IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. I also carry a fine Line of Furniture, Bedding, Stoves, Paints, Oils, Wallpaper. Main Street, Yerlngton. WAGNER BROS, Props Main Street, »*• J* Yerington Call on l/s at all times for all kinds of Cool Drinks. We sell only the choicest Liquors and Cigars. Courtesy Shown to Everyone J. M. FEENY DEALER IN GENERAIj MERCHANDISE WABUSKA, NEV. Farm Produce of all Kinds Taken in Exchange. A Fine Line of GENT3’ FCRNI8HING GOODS, HAT8 CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES. DRYGOODS. ETC., Always kept in Stock. Elegant New Billiard and Pool Tables. Commodious Hall Over head for Dances. Pioneer Stables Lower Main Street, Yerington, Hironymous & Snyder, Props. Livery Rigs, Single or Double, Furnished at Reasonable Rates. First-class rigs furnished. Transient st.s k given the best of care. Horses bought, sold or traded. -.'.I. TTZZTIi Gr I VL SHAVING PARLORS AND BATHS MAIN STREET, • YERINGTON. ‘ WMtacre & Boscl, I PROPRIETORS. Haircutting, Shaving and Shampooing Artistically Accomplished. Agency for the Reno Steam Laundry. CreomBalm is placed Into the nostrils, spread* over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief is im mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying—does not produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 oents at Drug gists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren Street, New York. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES Yerington, Finegrove ani Smith Valley MAIL. STAGES Make through trips to Wabuska daily; leaving Yerington at 10 a. in and return ing at 3:30 p. in.; leaving Yerington for Smith Valley at 4 p. in. and arriving from Smith Vulley at 9 a. m. ; leaving Yerington for Finegrove Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a. m. and returning on alter nate Freight to all points hauled at lowest liv ing rates. m* Office and stable on Upper Main Stieet, Yerington. 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In Mason Valley, of either wood or steel material, in ac cordance with the plans and specifications thereof on tile with the Clerk, will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Lyon county Nevada, up to the sixth day of February, 1905, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day. Propos als should be addressed to the Clerk of said Board, marked “Proposals for the Construction of a County Bridge, and each bid must be ac companied by a good and sufficient bond in double the amount of such bid. The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of said Board,* Attest: D. W. MFLAKKKY, Clerk of said Board.