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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Sunday, August 2, 1874. >11 MX- STOCK RKI’OKT. Morning- Board. Saturday, August 1, 1874. 835 Opbir. 17*. 17*. 17*. 17* «5. 167 Gould k Curry. 17*, 17*, 17 s5. 135 Savage, 50, 50. 50*. 130 Chollar. 47, 47*. 47*. 130 Hale & N ore roes, 4 >. 39, 38*. 450 Crown Polut, 68* 1)3, 69. 68*, 68*. 650 Belcher, 65*, 65*, 66 blO, 66, 66 b5. 125 Yellow Jacket, <57, 66*, 66, 65* uJO. 775 Imperial. 7*, 7*. 7*. 100 Empire Mill, 7* b5, 7* b30. 100 Kentuek, 12*. 175 Alpha, 11*. 11*. 1055 Consolidated Virginia. 75*, 77*. 75*, 75*. 75, 75*. 75*. 75* s5, 75, 76*. 75*, 75 *, 76. 120 Confidence, 10, 10*. 10*. 100 Dancy, 2. 1*0 Exohequar. 61, 60, 62 1)3. 35 Seg. Belcher, 73. 260 Julia, 2*, l*. 45 Justice. 6*. 50 Sierra Nevada, 4*. 190 Caledonia, 15. 440 Globe, 1*. 1*. 1*. 675 Overman, 28*. 28*. 28*. 28* b3. 28. 125 Knickerbocker, 4*. 400 Andes. 30c. 225 Crown Point Ravine, 87 *c. 20 Woodville, 1*. 45 Kossuth, 1. 200 Baltimore, 6*. 7 b3 465 California, 36. 35* b5, 37*. 35*. 20 Rock Island, 2. 100 Eclipse. 6. 165 Silver Hill, 6*. 6. 230 Dardanelles. 11*. 12. 20 New York Con., 2*. 345 Senator. 62*c. 200 Meadow Valley, 4* 400 Raymond & Ely, 11*. 10*. 300 Eureka Con., 11, 11 blO. 500 BeJuxcM, 4, 4* b3. 805 Monitor Belniout, 1. 300 Cherry Creek. 1*. 1*. •VK) Bellevue, 1. 1*. 600 Golden Chariot. 5, 5*. 4 * . 100 Chariot Mill. 8*. 150 Ida Elmore, 90c, 1. 300 Empire (Idaho). 1*. IV The Woodvilles—This mine, A. Caldwell, Superintendent, is steadily improving as depth is obtained; cross cut commenced on 400-foot level to cross the mine; oro vein in raise soutli and north of shaft on the 300-foot level, wide and strong, giv ing an abundance of ore; mill run ning 20 tons per day. The ore can be worked with very little cost, cars receive the ores and at 30 feet dis tance dump at the battery; no cost of hauling, which makes a great saving to the mine. Everything in and about tlie mine, mill and hoisting works is of the most convenient or der possible. Occidental Mill. — This mill, Supt. J. W. Varney, is running on Consolidated Virginia oro, and is crushing about 1,600 tons a month. Mr. Varney is now putting up a new pan, of his own invention, for the saving of quicksilver. It is expected that a great saving will bo made. If it works satisfactorily it will be gen orally adopted in the mills, and Mr. Varney recompensed for the many hours spent in planning the same, as well as the expense he has gone to. Fire.—On Friday evening, about 10 o’clock, the sharp cry of “ fire ” rang out upon the quiet of town, and brought to the streets, in a mo ment, a largo number of our citi zens. Every one asked his neigh bor “ where is it,” but none could tell from whence came the alarm or why it originated. It is more than likely some inebriated cuss thought he would have a little tun at the ex pense of orderly people. Accident.—one of the engineer's at the Succor Mill came near loosing a hand, on Thursday night. A lamp chimney broke, and in repairing the damage, the engineer got his hand between the crank and connecting tod, taking considerable flesh from tiie little finger of the right hand. As that was the only finger left on the hand the gentleman did not feel willing to give it up. Varioloid.—It is stated that the little daughter of Sheriff Shaw, who we mentioned as being afflicted with the small-’ii x, is getting alot.g fine ly. The rumor that there were more than one ease of this loathsome dis ease at Dayton is unfounded. We trust those in attendance upon this case will use every precaution to prevent it spreading. Goon Firm.—Messrs. Sullivan A Dunstan are most liberal dealers in groceries, liquors, fruits, glassware, etc. They are sitnaterl at 186 and 188 South C street, Virginia, and is one of the largest retail houses In the State. While in search of articles in their line, give them a call. The Dayton.—The new pumping machinery has arrived upori the ground, and is fast being placed in position. The new boilers are ex pected soon, and when all Is com plete they will make the water fly— you bet your life. A Fight.—Yesterday morning, at the United States Hotel, Virginia, thn proprietor and one of his waiters got into a dispute, which resulted in knock down between the two. Kossnian got a decided head put on him. The Succor commenced yesterday eleamng the shaft of the debris irom the late (Ire. The new machinery works elegantly, and good progress is being made. The mill is crushing about 30 tons of ore daily. Rev. Mr. Jenvey will hold ser vice at the School House on this (Sunday) evening, at half past seven o clock. All are cordially invited to attend. County Commissioners.—Our worthy Commissioners will meet at bay ton, on Monday next, and pass on all bills. A Queer Case. — Last Fall a ' horse owned by Eldorado Nall, of j Dayton, strayed off or was stolen. A few days ago, a man named Martin ' Doyle called upon the brother-in-law of Nall (Mr. G. G. Coddington), and represented that ho had found the horse in the hills while herding stock, but could not corral him, as his riding horse was too tired, but that he would bring him in the next day. He then went to tlio ranch of Mrs. Newland, where Nall was stop ping; told him he had left the horse with Coddington, and claimed the reward—a saddle valued at $25— which was given him. A short time after he was met some thirty miles below Dayton, by Mr. Gates, ioading a fine race ifnimal belonging to Nall, ajid was questioned by him, and said that he was taking the animal down the valley at the instance of Nall. As the animal showed hard usage, being wet as though having swam a river, his statement was doubted, yet he was allowed to pass oil. Gatos hurried on to Nall’s, and informed him of the circumstance, when he learned the animal was stolen. Nall went to Dayton, swore out a warrant, and Under Sheriff McCabe started in pursuit, but did not succeed in finding his man, al though lie went as far as Wadsworth. In the meantime, Doyle returned to Dayton, the horse having got loose from him, and not being able to capture it again, finding that a war rant was out for his arrest, delivered himself into the custody ot Deputy Fischer. We learn he denies steal ing the horse, but confesses to hav ing obtained the saddle under false pretenses. He underwent an exami nation before Justice Hickey, yes terday afternoon; was bound over to appear before the Grand Jury, bail fixed at $250, and in default was sent to the county jail. Valuable Books.—A traveling agent of Bancroft A Co., San Fran cisco, will call upon our citizens during the week, soliciting subscrip tions for the following works, which cannot be procured other than by subscription: “Ciueeus ol Society,” by Mrs. Elliott, author of “The Women of the American Revolu tion,” etc., sixth edition. “ Struggles of Petroleum V Nasby,” highly illustrated, by Thos. Nast. “Won ders of the Arctic World, with the Polaris Expedition,” by Epes Sar gent, Esq. These arc all very valu able additions to the library of every gentleman in the country, and we bespeak for the agent a good sale for her works. New Goods.—During the week our merchants have received large additions to their stock, several large prairie schooners having unloaded on Main street. Considerable of the freight destined to Silver City, is now carried through to Virginia, and shipped from that place by wagon, some claiming they get them cheap er and more expeditions!v than from Gold Hill. Croquet.—Every evening, on the lot of the I. O. O. F., Fourth street, can be seen a party of ladies and gentlemen, amusing themselves at this highly exbilerating game. We learn that Silver City can boast of some experts, and there is a rumor that a club here will challenge a similar club at Virginia, to play a champion game. Cool.—The weather for the past few days lias been remarkably cool, a delightful contrast to an Eastern man who has been sweltering in the beat of Chicago or St. Louis during the early part of the past month. A heavy pair of blankets is necessary every night, and sometimes a couple pair would not he out of place. Base Ball —Our young base bailers spend the present pleasant afternoons in practice, on the plaza above town. They think of sending a challenge to the victors in the great international match now being played in Europe, and for that pur pose are saving up their earnings to make a respectable pool. Sport.—On Friday evening a number of tho young men repaired to tlie Rlu/.a, where they indulged in innocent amusements, such as wrestling, foot racing, jumping, etc. In the races some very good time was made, and in wrestling wo pit Murphy against any unprofessional of his weight. Try it again, boys. Accident.—A young lady work ing at the residence of Dr. Harris, yesterday while lifting a teakettlo of boiling water from the stove drop ped it to the floor and sealled one of her limbs, from the knee down, very badly. She was carefully attended, and will soon bo out. Howard, at his museum under the Post Office, Virginia, has a rare collection of birds and animals. He purchased an immense American eagle a day or two since, and is con stantly adding to his already largo collection. PoruLAR.—We notice several truck loads of castings, from McCone's foundry, passing through Main street. The Fulton Foundry is the most popular establishment of the kind in the Stato with the mlllmen of Lyon county. Wood.—At Daytou they are now taking out a largo amount of wood from the Carson river, making the town present a lively aspect. ______ Charles Harris.—A fino work man, has opened a shop for the re pairing of watches, etc., at 148 south C street Virginia, Golden Truths from the White House.—’ Serene as a Summer's day are those well known and popular clothing men, Messrs. Cohn k Isaac's, No. 16 south C street, Virginia. The world wags well with them. People appre ciate their goods, approve of their prices; and admire their style of doing business. At the White House Clothing store are seen no broils nor contentions with swindled custo mere returning moth-eaten and inferior goods No evasive protestations, that "I didn't sell it to you," and "I didn’t recommend it." winding up with “your eyes were your market, sir." At the White House old customers daily re turn, bringing their friends with them, who also become good customers. Of course,to some natures, it is very galling to see a new establishment like the White House' open right under their noses, as it were, and achieve a marked and brilliant success; taking in the very start a high position in public esteem, and* gaining a greater share of popular favor and patronage than many houses that have heed hammering away for years. However, these old houses should learn to grin an 1 j bear it. Messrs. Cohn & Isaacs do not allude to these things in any spirit of pride or tri umph; they simply state facts for the public good. They do not doubt that it is gall and wormwood to their neighbors to have custo mers of many years standing leave them and give their patronage to the White House Clothing Store, but manifestation of temper is in very bad tHst-'. and really has a bad effect. Being manifestly untrue it disgusts all hear ers. and sends customers by scores to the White House. Such is life. So mote it be. * Started Up.— Tlio new hoisting ! machinery at the Crown Point mine | was started yesterday morning, ami tlie Company are now shipping ore as usual to the various mills of the Company. We expect to hear the Pioneer pounding away as usual in two or three days. Accident.—John Oelinger, a mi ner working in the Consolidated Virginia, had the fingers of one of his hands smashed Friday night by a cave on the 1500 foot level. He was brought to the surface and taken to his homo and medical assistance procured. 8. Packsher has the largest stock of Havana and domestic cigars to be found in Virginia, for sale at whole sale and retail. Meerschaum pipes, cutlery, etc., in great profusion at low prices. Night Watch.— John Gearhart has been appointed night watchman by the citizens of Dayton. He is said to bo alert to duty—something very much needed in our sister town. Noticf.—Any one having Writing, Copying, or Bookkeeping to do. will And a couipet-nt party by addressing Box 77. Postofflce. * Fresh Arrivals.—It is said that twenty-five nymphs du pare arrived in Virginia City on Thursday morn ing. The Big Blonde brought up eight for her gilded, place on D street. S. Packsueu, of the International Cigar Store and Meerschaum Pipe Depot. Jobber and wholesale dealer in Havana and domestic Cigar, keeps a large st- ck always on hand, to be retailed at whoesale prices. Havana Ci gars. five for $1; three for 50 cents: two for 25 cents. Discount allowed by the box. Meer schaum and Amber goods of every description, pocket-books, cigar eas •«. match sates, hair brushes aud tooth brushes of superior quality. Place open day and night. For ni \ of the above named articles go to S. Packsher, In ternational Cigar Store. * Late.—The morning train of the Virginia A Truckee IL IL. was about three hours late yesterday, occas ioned by the burningofa snow shod. New' Front.—A great improve ment is noticeable in the front of the Silver House. No Improvement in the management could be made. Theatrical.—Piper’s Opera House, Vir. ginia. opens on Monday evening, witli Miss Carrie Cosgwell, Miss A. A. Adams, Mrs. Chas. Edmonds. Mrs. Nellie Cummings, Miss Carrie I.ipsis, Miss Mary Son* rs, and Messrs. Saw telle, Chas. Edm nds, A. I). BillnigB, W. C. Croebie, Geo. Hinckley, J. S. Lindsey, N. Lang. W. C. Dudley, John Maguire, G. Lipsis, F. York. W. Jcrris aud several others. Miss An nette lin e, delayed by the trains in Kansas, will not appear until Thursday. Mcskcm Saloon.—Curiosities for the runout, at C. J. Howard’s Museum Saloon, under the Postofflce, North 0 street. Virginia City. This saloon ha* just bi ■ n titt i up in splendid style, and the bar is amply supplied with the ! choicest brands of wines, liquors and cigars. 1 At this saloon can be seen one of the finest j collections of birds and animals t-> be found , on the coast, including a mammoth sea lion. which iff realty worth g mg t> see. Drink* i ll* *. cents, 51 iseurn, free. C. J. Howard, pr" j prietor. 11 News comes to us that the Hope mill will start up on Buckeye ore in a short time. CASH vs. GOODS. ! W. R. RISON, Odd Fellows Building. Main street. Gold Hill, dealer in Family Supplies. f> lbs Fine crushed sugar.$1,00 7 tbs Fine brown sugar.$1,00 Fresh tomatoes 21b cans. 25 j Fresh peaches 2lb canw. 25 | Fresh oysters 2!b cans. 25 Table fruit 2lb cans. 25 i and everything in his lii*“i in proportion. * Installation I. O. O. F.—At a special meet ing of Piute Encampment, No. 3. I. O. O. F., held in Gold Hill on Friday, the following of ! fleers were duly installed in their respective offices by the M. W. Grand Patriarch, Samuel Isaac ks. for the present term: John Phelan, C. P : A Moon', H P ; R P. Taylor. S. W . A. Merritt J. W ; C. H. Gammon. Scribe; H. O. Dauchy, Treasurer. Among the most prominent, if not the most extensive establishment tu Virginia, is the house of Sullivan k Du niton, 18tf and 188 I South C street, dealers in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Fruits, Glassware, Crockery, etc. If you want fair dealing, you will find it by calling upon these gentlemen. * Focnp.—An upper sot of teeth, on gutta percha, were left with us, to be claimed by the owner. Pay for this advertisment, and mas ticate your food. * I For Boots and Shoes, the Metropolitan Boot and Shoe store, No. 108 South C Street, Vir ginia. offers superior inducements to any house in that citv. * Watches.—John Cahill, whose shop is on the Divide, calls for watches or clocks, every Friday, and returns them as soon as repaired. Any orders can be left at the Times office. Notice.—A 11 persons indebted to me for professional services will please call and sei I tleon or before the 10th, of each month. * Dr R D. Harris. C. H. STEGMAN. M. MEYER. Meyer & Stegman Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS! Crockery, Liquors, ETC., ETC., ETC. ODEON BUILDING, PIKE ST., _AND. Corner of Main and Pike Streets, DAYTON, NEVADA. UNION HOTEL! MAIN STREET, Opposite Pike, DAYTON, NEV. Only First-Class Hotel IN LYON COUNTY I J. C. GRUBER. Proprietor. ChrysopoSis Saloon, MAIN STREET SILVER CITY.NEVADA. JUST BELOW POST OFFICE. WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. CLUB LOOM ATTACHED. JOSEPH MUNCKTON. Proprietor. Robedee & Bennett, Livery asid Feed STABLE: A kf. prepared to furnish, at the shortest notice, CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE, PICNICS, Etc. Together with the tine^t Single and Double Turnouts, as well as Saddle Horses, to be found in the county, at liberal rates. For anything in our line, give us a call. Union Market ! MAIN STREET, - DAYTON. » T THIS MARKET can be found at all * % times, Fresh Beef, Porli. Mutton, Sausage, Corned Meats, BEST RENDERED TALLOW, Specially prepared for Mill use. Moats delivered to Customers free of charge. WINZELL & CAMPBELL. CRANES MARKET. MAIN ST. DAYTON, NEV. Always on Hand Fresh BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL. RENDERED LARD FOR MILL USE. Bogy Ice delivt red to all parts of the City. Golden Eagle Hotel! Pike Street Dayton. Not. J. F. BONHAM, Prop. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAN SIENT AND DAY BOARDERS. Splendid Bar connected with the House J. A. BONHAM, DEALER IN STATIONERY, - TOYS, TOBACCO, Cigars, Fruit, Watches, Jewelry, Spectacles, Silver and Plated Ware. Picture Frames, CUTLERY, PIPES, FANCY GOODS. ETC. Bookstore, News Depot, and Circulating Library, Dayton, Nevada. Travelers1 Home, MAIN STREET, DAYTON, Houso Newly Furnished Throughout. Particular attention paid to Travelers. MRS. B. A. SWART. LOAN OFFICE, 8 HaNAK’S, Dealer in jewelry, gold and sil ver, Watches and Diamonds. NO 34* SOUTH C STREET NEV Money loaned on collateral security Un redeemed pledges for sale. All kind of re pairing neatly done and warrented. 6 WAY UP In Styles and Quality!! WAY DOWN IN PRICES!! SEE US AT ONCE ! GREAT NOVELTIES IS OIR USE! A Croat Moral Wrong ! ....TO TAKE.... MONEY OUT OF TOWN! .WHEN. FOR THE SAME PRICE _YOU CAN GET Better Bargains AT OUR STORE, AND A LARGER STOCK OF GOODS TO CHOOSE FROM. Our Stock is complete in all its Branches. Call and see for yourself. REINSTEIN &. WOLF, Next to Bank of California. GOLD HILL. C. V. BOiSOT, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, SILVER CITY NEVADA. IN ADDITION TO A FI LL ASSORTMENT of |)rn^. l aiuy Vr licleN iiikI Perfumery imported direct from New York . _A FULL LINE OF.... Mil! Chemicals, SUCH AS Sulph. of Copper, Cyanide of Potash, Acids, Sodium, Etc. Etc. Etc. Alfto a full assortment of Paints. Oils. Win dow Glass and Wall Paper, at greatly reduced rates. —AGENT OF— Chicago Enamel Paint Works. Physicians precriptions accurately com pounded. Silver City, July 4th, 18.4. GOLD HILL Lumber Yard ! VAIN STREET. - - GOLD HILL, JUST ABOVE THE RAILROAD CROSSING. B. H. CARR1CK & CO. PROPRIETORS. PINE \NI> REDWOOD CEILING Oregon Pine Flooring, Rustic Pine and Redwood, California Sugar Pine, Plain and Fancy Pickets, Plain and Fancy Pine and Redwood Shingles, Siding, Lath, Moldings, Doors, Blinds, Windows, Transoms, Etc. 4 B. H. CARRiCK k CO. Livery Stables ! MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY. rilHE undersigned having Enlarged and i Renovated his well-known Stables, is now prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE HORSES ! At very reasonable rates. By fair dealing with everybody, and in every particular, 1 hope to please all. Remember the place—the Brick Stable. J. F. ANGELL, - - Proprietor. hT M. JEWETT, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ! .DEALER IN. Paints, Oils, Class, Wall Paper, House Lining, ETC., ETC. MAIX STREET.GOLD 1I1LL. WILLIAM MOONEY, LIVERY AND SALE STABLE, 22 Mouth II Mlreet, Mouth of tho Court llonae, I'lKUINIA. Particular attention paid to Boarding Horses None but the finest vehicles and fastest horses are sent out from this estab lishment. STOCK FOR SALE, Gold Hill Brewery! Main Street.Cold Hill. S. Schweis, - Proprietor W AGER BEER DELIVERED TO ALL MA parts of Lyon and Storey Counties. 4 L.B.FRAAKEL MAIN STREET. GOLD HILL, STMONEY BROKER! LOUIS GOLDSTONE, DIRECT IMPORTER OP Mii.l hardware, GOODS, 11 GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, SUGARS axi> WINES, TOBACCO, T IQUOR8. H^OTS, MJt CLOTHING, M3 HATS, Lubricating Oils, CROCKERY -A?fl> GLASSWARE, Ami a great many other articles too numerous to mention. Belling all my goods, Wholesale and Retail, at the most ream amble rates, I hope to vecetv® a share of patronage. LOUIS GOLDSTONE, Main Street, - Silver City, Nevada. 8AM. DOAKE. K. L. HOBART. DOAKE, HOBART & CO., Importers ami Dealers in Foreign & Domestic Hardware, Brans and Steam Goods. Mill and Mining Goods a specialty. Quartz Screen Punched to order. SOLT' AGENTS FOR VIRGINIA AND GOLD Hill of Prices celebrated premium cut lery. of San Francisco. Will have the above cutlery manufactured to order. DOAKE, HOBART & CO., 64 South C Street, Virginia, Ner. S. D. & C. C. BAKER NO. 106 SOUTH C ST. VIRGINIA CITY, Wholesale and retail dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, f STATIONERY. FRUITS, VEGETABLES. POULTRY, FISH, ETC. ETC. ETC. Orders from the country solicited and promptly delivered. SELLING OUT! SELLING OUT! A. HANAK, NO. 14 SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA. NEY. W*7lLL SELT. HIS MAGNIFICENT STOCK ▼ ▼ of Jewelry, Diamonds, Fancy Goods, etc. All prices less than cost! He 'wants to give up business, and will sell CHEAP. Store for rent, fixtures for sale. Apply on the prem ia. _ 6 CEO. W. DOR WIN, ASSAY ER! Main Street, - Gold Hill, (Two doors below the Xcu>s Office. HULLION CAREFULLY MELTED AND Assayed, at United States Branch Mint rat. s. Ore assays made on an ounce basis, at n reduction of twenty-five to fifty per cent, on regular rates. 4 ECLIPSE Livery I Feed Stable MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL. BOCKAWAYS AND BFOGIES OF ALL . descriptions, and good Saddle Horse®, to let on the most reasonable terms. Hack®, Buggies and IL-rses furnished on short notio® fur Funeral occasions. O. C. MUNDELL, Proprietor. FRANKEL & BLOCK, No. 62 SOUTH C STERET, Near Wells, Fargo .t Co'a, VIRGINIA. BUY ANP SKI.I, STOCKS STRICTLY OH COMMISSION. MONEY ADVANCED ON STOCK. LIBERAL MARGINS GIVEN CUSTOMERS. FRANKLIN HOUSE"! WM. PHIPPS. - - . Proprietor. Main Street, below Yellow Jacket Office. fW^HIS POPULAR HOTEL IS OPEN FOR JL Weekly or l»ay Boarders. The Table* are supplied at all times with the freshest and best the market affords. Board and Lodging.. .go Board.$7 50. Meals.50 Cents. Lucas’ Saloon, MAIN ST. SILVER CITY. NEV. Constantly on hand a choice supply of. Wines, Liquors, and Cigars. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. Mansion House, LOWER MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEV Having thoroughly renovated this erer popular house, the proprie tress asks a share of the patronageof the public. It is situated convenient to the mills and mines. Board per Week.$7.00 Board and Lodging...* 8.00 MRS. THOS. WOGAN, Proprietress. ~ T. R. FARR, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, Silver City, Nevada. Repairing promptly attended to. Order!