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THE LYCNCOUHTY TIMES
To have a series of proofs incess antly before the mind i« beyond our power. From the inability ot the mind to retain in perpetuity, or to comprehend at a glance, a long chain of evidence, or tlie total effect of various linos of argument, it is not sufficient for the security of our con victions, ami their due influence over our belief and practice, that wo have proved them, once for all, by a pro cess of reasonitig. They must be, if possible, tinctured and colored by the imagination, informed and anim ated by feeling, and rendered vigor ous and practical by habit. Reason acta slowly, and with so many views upon so many principles which it is necccssarv should he always present, that it is perpetually dropping asleep, and is lost for want of having all its principles present to it. The affec tions do not ask this; they act in stantaneously, and arc always ready for action.—Pascal. A Connecticut friend ol ours propounds a new theory ot intem perance. Pork—he says it’s pork that doe* it. People eat much pork, and s* are made dry as a stage-road in August. Unable to stand the burning thirst created by pork, they fly to the flowing bowl. We reckon he’s right. We hate a hog, dead or alive, atnl he can be convicted of promoting drunkenness, we move lie be suffocated in his cradle or squelched in his stv. Noah got drunk, and he had Ham always in the family, and we shouldn’t won der if all editions of Bacon bound with bristles arc the worst possible teachers of morality. A correspondent of the Scientific American says, the worst toothache or neuralgia coming from the teeth may be speedily and delightfully ended by the application of clean cotton saturated in a strong solution of ammonia to the defective tooth. Sometimes the sufferer is prompted to momentary nervous laughter by the application, but the pain has dis appeared. Jenkins, of the Indianapolis Journal, describing a rec-ent fashion able wedding in that city, says that tlie groom and his groomsman “were handsomely dressed in black satin neckties, white vests, and their button-holes well filled with fragrant roses.’’ The costume must have been more picturesque than becom ing. There is a noticeable incom pleteness about it. The Idaho World reports that a Mr. Baldwin, who is mining on North Elk creek, cleaned up 251 ounces of gold one day recently, as the result of ninedays work, employ ing three white men and six China men. Deep humility is a strong bul wark, and it is only as we enter into it that we find safety and true exal tation.—John Wool man. PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. H. HARRIS, [ At New Orleans Mint, 1847 k 1848; San Fran cisco Mint. 1k.=>4.] Established iu California in 1854, and in Ne vada in 181)0. 0 Having had twenty years expee ienee in Assaying on the Pacific Coast, the undersigned ran guarantee correct as says >n Silver, and G- Id Bullion, ns also on Ores on one ounce basis. Charges as reason able as the nature of the work will admit. Marble and Granite Works. H. H. MUCKLE, North C street. Virginia, bet. Mill and Carson. MARBLE GRAVESTONES. FROM f25 UPWARD. WRON, GRANITE AND CHAIN FENCING M f»»r graves; Marble Mantel-Pieces, etc. Also Wood Fences. Orders filled promptly at the most reasonable prices, and in the best style of the art. Orders from Silver City and Davton promptly attended to. S'. B — Parties wishing to we designs can do so by calling at the Yard. H. H. Ml CKLK. Sierra Nevada Hotel, Lower Main Street, - Silver City. HENRY LUX TAKES pleasure in calling the attention of Citizens and the traveling public to his superior accommodations in the line of BOARD AND LODGING. A fine Bar Is connected with the Hotel, where can be procured the finest brands uf| WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. C. H. CLARK & CO. Wholesale and R^ai! Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, Tobacco, California Produce, Etc. LIME, PLASTER A»m CEMENT, 162 SOUTH C STREET, Opposite the Savage Works, VIRGINIA. NEV. STAR MARKET, LOWER MAIN STREET, Silver City, Nev. CHOICE Beef. Mutton, Pork, Veal. Lamb and all kinds of Sausages. Meats de livered to customers In any part of the dis trict. Mark Strouse A Co. N. LARIVIERE, UNDERTAKER! |A few doors below Odd Fellows’ Hall, MAIN STREET COLD HILL! Hearses and Carriages Funu«b«J (or FuuurUn. State of Nevada, BY THE COVERNOR, A PROCLAMATION. STATE OF NEVADA, \ Executive Department, [ Carson City, June '24th, 1874.) UmrilEKEAS. ON THE SECOND DAY OF M June, A. D. l»7i.*>ne AMEU \ Skil l'll lOtlifrn iso failed MIT KAYMOM)', Whs. in the city of Virginia and Comity of Storey, murdered anil assassinated under cir cumstances of great cruelty and barbarity by some person or persons unknown, who have until the pres* nt time escaped apprehension by the officers of the law; Now, therefore, I. L. It. BRADLEY, Gov ernor of the State of Nevada, by virtue of the authority in me vested by the Constitution t and the laws of the said State, and in compli ance with the request of the authorities of st rev County afore said, do hereby offer a reward in the sum of Three Hundred Dollars, In U. S. Gold Coin. For the arrest and delivery of the perpetra tors of said crime to the proper offi< ere, to b< paid upon their conviction in a court of com petent jurisdiction. In witness whereof. T have hereunto sc t my hand and caused the Great Heal of the State to be affixed. Done in Carson City, this twen ty-fourth day -f June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four. [L. 8 ] L. R. BRADLEY. By the Governor: J. D. Minor, Secretary of State. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. CV ARSON COMPANY. LOCATION OF J principal place «»f business: Carson City. \ • vada. Location of works, Silver City, Lj m County, Nevada.—Notici is hereby given tb:it. at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said nmpany, held on the 25th day <.f July, 1ST-1. an assessment (No. 3), of Five (.05) cents ]■• r -'iare was levied upon the capital : st—d. of th» . rp'-ration, payable immediate ly in U. K. gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Wait/.’ Building. *No. 13 King street. Carson City. Nevada. Any stock upon which said assessment shall re main unpaid on the Twenty-fifth day of Aug ust. 1874. shall l»e deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale, at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be s Id on TT'KSDAY, the fif teenth day of September. 1x74, to pay the de linquent assessment, t " thcr with c.'sts of advertising and < xpenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. ADOLFHCS WAITZ, Secretary. lo dt ASSESSMENT NOTICE. BrcKKYK GOLD AND SILVER MINING ( i1 mpa11v, location of principal place of bu.'ii.ess, San Francisco. California. Location of works. Devils Gat< District, Lyon County, Nevada. - N ti. • is hereby given, that at a in, etiug f the Dire't rs In Id on the .’1st day of July. 1874. an assessment. (No. 11,) of 50 cents per share was levied upmi the capital , stoek ..f the corporation. payable immediately | in, t ret the office of the company, room 20. N >. 331 i Montgomery St.. Sun Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall ] remain unpaid mi tin 28th da\ <>t August, 1x74. will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made bt fore, will be sold on WEDNESDAY,'the l*»th day "f Sc]Member. 1874. to pay the dt linqm nt assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. C. A. SANKEY, Secretary. Office.—Room 20. No. 331 Montgomery St.. San Francisco, California. lOtd STOCKHOLDERS* MEETING. OFFICE DAYTON GOLD AND SILVER Mining Company. San Francisco. July 18. 1874.—The annual inci ting of the stock holders of the Dayton Gold ami Silver Mining i Company will be held at their office. Room : Ne. 10. Hayward’s Building. San Francisco, ■ California. <>n THURSDAY. July Jnth next, at | twelve and one-half (12:30) o’clock r. m. [ Transfer books will close on Saturday, the j 25th instant at 12 o’clock m. jy21 td W. E. DEAN, Secretary. MINERS’ BITTERS! C1 (IMPOSED entirely of Herbs gathered J from the Sierra Nevada ana Rocky Mountains, and which, as hundreds can tes tify by personal experience, have a beneficial instead of injurious effect upon the human system. Dr. Pettinelli, No. 138 SOUTH C STREET VIRGINIA CITY, MANUFACTURER. Will supply all orders on short notice. P. BARNES’ LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLEV MAIN STREET, : : DAYTON. 1 — Horse?* Boarded and Groomed by Careful Attendants. fcjTTln* best Single and Double Turnouts to ' be found in the State constantly on hand. Virginia and Silver City BUS TERMINUS! 171INE WINES AND LIQUORS, _F ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER. CUTLERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, ETC. Opposite Petaluma Mill. 4 LOWER GOLD HILL, FRED. KLINE, (ON THE DIVIDE), Manufacturer and Repairer of HARNESS of every description, BRIDLES, SADDLES of every kind, SNAKE WHIPS, STAGE WHIPS, Etc. mUF. Beat of Home-made BUCKSKIN 1. GLOVES, and a full line of Gouda for Tea met erg couhtantly on hand. All kind** of REPAIRING done at short notice aud on reasonable terms. BRANCH SHOP, MAIN ST., GOLD HILL. Next door to Yellow Jacket Office. 7 RESTAURANT! MAIN STREET, - - SILVER CITY. Mrs. P. KENDALL, Proprietress. Has just opened a restaurant, opposite the Bacon Mill, and will keep it FIRST CLASS, on the EUROPEAN PLAN; And will endeavor to please all who favor her with a call. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Board, by tbe Week, - - §7.00 John McTigue, BOARDING AND LODGING. INVITES THE CITIZENS OF SILVER City to give him a trial. His Table will be supplied with the best the market adbrds. The Beds are superior in every respect. Come aud see for yoursulve*. C. A. NOLTEMEEER, METROPOLITAN STORE! 10S SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. f JAAKES pleasure in informing the Citizens i ■ of Nevada, that his immense Stock, pure haw d under his own personal supervision, lias arrived, and will be sold at prices to I defy competition. His stock consists of GENT'S, BOYS’, LADIES’ and CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, and he wishes all to give him a call T>« fore purchasing elsewhere, as he • an and will offer superior inducements to any house in the. State. I860. 1874. Pioneer Laundry, NORTH OF VIRGINA, JOS. F. & G- VV. HALL, Proprietors. mills OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIA JL hie Laundry is prepared to turn out any quanittv of Renovat'd and CLEAN LINEN, without being damaged by manipulation or chemical application. PACKAGES PUNCTUALLY CALLED FOR AND RETURNED. OFFICES—International Hotel and Wal lace's Fruit Store, 122 South C street. 0 JOS. F. k G. W. HALL. V. & T. R. R. THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS FOR KEYO, Connecting with Eastern and Western bound Passenger Trains of the C. P. It. R., WILL LEAVE Virginia City Station.at 9.00 P. M. Gold Hill....at 9.12 P. M. Carson City.at 10.45 P. M. Arriving at Reno.at 12.35 A. M. WILL LEAVE Reno.at 1.55 A.M. Carson City.at 8.40 A. M. Gold Hill.at 5.03 A. M. Arriving at \ irgiuia City_at 6.15 A. M. Local Passenger Trains LEAVE VIRGINIA CITY 1' O It CARSON CITY At 7.45 anil 11.45 A. M., and 3.45 P. M. LEAVE CARSON CITY I' 4> It VIRGINIA CITY At 8 A. M., 12 M. and 4 P. M. FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION TRAINS Leave Virginia City for Reno at 7.45 A. M. and 3.45 P.M.; will have Reno for Virginia City at 8 A. M., 1 P. M. and 5.30 P. M. FKFIOlir TRAINS Leave Virginia City DAILY at 5.45 A. AT.. 7.45 A. M.. 9.45 A. M.. 11.45 A. M., 1.45 p. M., 3.45 P. M. and 5.45 P. M. Leave Carson City DAILY at 6 A.M., 8. A. M., 1U A. M., 12 M.. 2 P. M., 4 P. M. and 6 P.M. At Virginia City. Gold Hill and Carson offices. Through Tickets can be obtained to San Francisco. Ogden, and intermediate points on the C. P. It. R. Through Tickets can be procured at the , Company's office, Virginia, for Chicago, Kan sas City and St. Louis. II. n. YFllISGTOY, General Superintendent. VIRGINIA AND DAYTON Stage Line. Carrying the U- S- Mail and Wells. Fargo & Co’s Express J. S. Dallas, Proprietor. I.ohvoh Virginia, H A. M. 3 1\ M. Leave* Hay ton, H A. M. :i I*. N. FA R K. VIRGINIA TO GOLD HILL. 25 cents. “ “ SILVER. 75 •* “ “ DAYTON. $1.75 VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL OMNIBUS! Connecting with cars at Gold Hxll to and from Carson WILL matte Regular Trips between the stands at either end of the r< ute, as frequently us the state of the road will allow, from m o’clock a. m. to y o’clock i*. m. Win also make one trip from Piper’s Opera House to Gold Hill at the close of the per formance each evening while the theater is running. Fare, 25 Cents. After 8 r. m., 50 Cents. JACOB WHITE, PROPRIETOR. SILVER CITY STAGE, CONNECTING WITH THE Gold Hill Omnibus Line. Leave Silver City, I H:15 A 10 A. M. i a 4 p. n. Leave Gold Hill, 0:30 A 11:30 A. !*. 2:30 dc 5:30 I*. !H. Fare, Fifty Cents. ROBEDEE & BENNETT. - Proprietor.. Harness Shop! MAIN STREET, - DAYTON. Selling out to Close Business. Repairing neatly executed. J C. FRANKLIN. DR. A. B. SPINNEY, WELL KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY AS A Pathologist and Physiologist, Whose Successful Treatment of certain Physical Disabilities and func tional Derangements deservedly entitle him to the familiar rccogniton of the GREAT SPECIALIST, Would respectfully inform the citizens of Virginia City and Vicinity that he can be con sulted as usual at his Of&ce, # ROOM NO. 13, WILLIAMS AND BINDER'S BUILDING (ENTRANCE—OPPOSITE POST OFFICE AND ON B STREET,) Without entering into biographic .Jetails. it is sufficient to simply promulgate the fact that DR. SPINNEY'S earliest reputation may be tracted back to hie inauguration and conduct of the. Montreal, Canada East Medical Institute; The regime of the English Pharmaceutical College is gauged by an elevated standard. An extended experience and an assiduous study of the varied phases <>i Disease, enabled him to guarantee assurances of success in the eradication of the multiform CHRONIC AFFtlTlU>a incident to both sexes in Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality. Youthful Excesses, Marriage Impediments, Lung andCeneralChronicAffections, Through the medium of an effective agency for the detection of the faintest resemblances of Internal Dnuchial Troubles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Scrofulous Developments, Paralytic Proclivities, ordinary 01 aggravated. Catarrhs, Hepatic Diseases, Gravelous Deposits, Hemor rhoids, etc., the Doctor ascertains their true condition, and treats with success. DR. SPINNEY professes and assumes not only to give temporary relief, but by probing, with the auxiliary help of a thorough and searching diagnosis, the very gem of the malady ultimately to annihilate the seed, and thus prevent a future out-croopiug. To the Ladies, I)U. SPINNEY, while naturally impressed with the delicacy of the subject, feels no delicacy in assuring thHt, in conjunction'with a competent knowledge of their sufferings, su<h ns Nervousness. Headache, Pain in the Buck. Neuralgia, Spinal Weakness. Loss of Appetite, Lassitude. Pm laps us Uteri, Retroversions or Displacement of the Womb, Vaginal Irregu larities, Leuchorrea, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, and the many petty irritating dis tractions that almost invariably have their origin the uterine region, he can afford them im mediate relief. Remember, that Procrastination is the Thiefof Time! So do not longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your complaints. Why eke out a miserable existence, suffering all the torture of a lingering death, w hen a few weeks’ treatment will restore you to vigorous health ? While there is life there is hope, yet with proper treatment you may recover the full vigor of health, though your affliction may be severe. Those suffering from Rheums tisin. Neuralgia. Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Paralysis, Fits. Spinal Disease, St. Vitus’ Dance, Liver Complaint, Asthma, Catarrh, Heart Disease, Gravel, etc., and are tired of taking mineral drugs, will do well to come and try the Doctor's newr method of cure, as it will, if properly applied, relieve them of their sufferings and restore them to health. The Doctor uses no mineral preparation; his treatment consist wholly in the use of vegetable remedies. Many are they w ho have implanted ia • their system, by improper use of calomel, seeds which will produce an an nual crop of disease. To all which we wrould say Come and be Healed! It matters not wliat your troubles may be, come and let the Doctor exainine#your case. If it is Curable, he will tell you *o—if not, he will tell you that; for he will not undertake a case unless he is confident of effecting a cure. It will cost you nothing for consultation, so please call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands yours case. Or. S. cures hwnors and diseases of the blood. Scorning the tricks of Charlatans, Dr. Spinney only asks one Interview, And then throws down the gauntlet to a dissatisfied patient. OFFICE HOURS - - - - - 10 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8. CONSULTATION FREE! Young Men Who may bo suffering from the effects of youthful follies or indiscre tion, will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon over laid at the alter of suffering humanity. Dr Spinney will guarantee to forftet five hundred dollars for every case of seminal weakness, or private disease of any kind or charm ter, which he undertakes and fails to cure. He would therefore, say to the unfortunate suffer* r who may read this no tic* that von ore treading upon dangerous ground when you longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your complaint. You may be in the first Kta(,e_remember you are approaching the last. If you arc bordering on the last. and arc suffering some or all of its ill effects, remember that it' you obstinately persist in procrastination, the time must come when the skilful physician can render you no assis * tance; when the doors of lmpe will be closed against you; w hen no angel of mercy can bring you relief. In no case has the Doctor failed of success. Then let no despair work itself upon your Imaginationj but avail yourself of the beneficial results of big treatment before your case is beyond the reach of medical skill, or be fore grim death hurries you to a premature grave. Middle Aged Men! the sjbtein in « manner the p»tlentc»nnot«ccouut for; on examining the urinary deposit* a ropy »edJm*mwiU often be found, and aomettmee "mall particles of albumen will'appear ^the i olor will be of a thin or mllkiah hue, again changing to a dark ami torpid appearance There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignoraut of the cauae which ia the aeeuud Btaue of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all s“h c»M, and turatiun of the genito-uriuary organs. r anduaBttonNO ^ W"hoUt * P‘"'*on*1 ‘“teryiew with the patient, and a proper ex *7"Only one interview required in a majority of caaea. TO THE UNFORTUNATE! Dr. D. P. Brown, The sevexth sox. a native of Great Britain, and f<»r many years a res ident in the Northwest Indian Possessions, is the most successful and only reliable Physi cian and Surgeon in the treatment of all se cret and confidential diseases, and continues to cure when all others fail, every condition of disease which patients generally require lr» be kept secret. Thousands can testify to the great success of Dr. D. P. Brown, the treat ment of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Strictures. Dis eases of the Blader and Kidneys, Syphillis in all its terrible forms, old lingering cases of the most horrible class of diseases where the body has become poisoned, producing blotches on the face, small watery blisters, ulcers, pain in the head and bones, eruptions of the scalp, nodes of the bones, ulcerated throat and nose. Scrofula, together with an almost endless number of sufferings, are earnestly desired to apply while they may yet be restored to health. Dr. D. P. Brown's Far-Famed Blood Medicines, For the complete eradication of every vestige of Venereal Disease, stands alone as the only potent and effectual remeody for the unfor tunate and misguided sufferer. These medi cines can be had only of Dr. D. P. Brown, at his private office, where every species of se en t disease is successfully treated. Remen. ber that thousands who have given up ever again enjoying health, have been fully restor ed by the infallible preparations of I)r. D p BROWN. To the Ladies. Ladies can commit the Doctor on all private and delicate derangements, w ith the assurance “5 fehet. No lady should he without a ten of Dr. D. P. Brown s Female Regulating Pills a safe and effectual remedy for ail irregulari ties and obstructions, no matter from what cause Caution. These pills should not be used during pregnancy, as they arc sure to pro duee miscarriage. * Young Men, Take Particular Notice. You who. by indulging in certain solitary practices, or from other cause have contract, td ttiat mind-harrowing and b*ly-dr*troylng disease, seminal weakuess, can be restored to heath by applying either in pereon or by let ter, to I)r. I), p. Brown. Parties living in the country, on forwarding » **•*»>. 'f11'1 “ statement of their case. totervLw ®d “ effec,ullI>' »“ by personal 'bb‘‘ Most Successful Practiitioner on the Pacino Coast has located at Virginia City, Nevada, Where he will at all times be found ready to aid the unfortunate (aa thousands can testify to his success) in the treatment of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Strictures, Diseas es of the HUuld, Kidneys, Syph illis in all its terrible forms, old lingering cases of the most horrible classes of diseases, where the body has become poisoned, "• producing blotches on the face, small watery blisters, ulcers, pain in the head and bones, eruptions of the scalp, nodes of the bones, l Icerated Throat and Kose^ SCROFULA, Together with an almost endless number of bufferings. Patients are earnestly desired t<> spply while they may yet be restored ti> health. Dr. D. P. Brown's Constitution Pills —AND— BLOOD MEDICINES! For the complete eradication of every veatige Of vetiereut diseases, stand alone aa the ouly potent and effectual remedy for the uufnrtil Date aud misguided sufferer These medi cines can only be had of Dr. D. F. Riowu, at his Private Office, where every Ms1 ret disease is successfully treated. Remember that thou sands who have given up ever again enjoying health, have been fully restored by the ill fallible preparations of the CELEBRATED Constitution Pills! The effects of which medicine tre truly won derful in Billious Complaints, and all diseas es of the Liver aud Kidneys, and all Chronic Diseases. Dr. D. P. Brown’s External and internal remedy for the PILES has no equal known to the profession, in ef footing speedy and radical cures, as thousands of sufferes in the Atlantic and Pacific States, throughout Europe, can, and have testified. The discovery of this Croat Remedy Was made by Dr. Brown in the year 1847. while sojourning among the Indians at Lake Superior. As to its wonderful cures, he now has thousands of certificates from bis patients from every pyrt of the civilized world. Call antTsee them. OFFICE—Mo. 40 NORTH 0 STREET, Virginia City, May.