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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
As You Sow, So Will You KKAr.—'Tho man who undertakes to live two lives will find that he is living bat one. and that that one is a life of deception. Causes will be true to their effects. That which you sow you will reap. If you live to the flesh, to the passions, to tho corrupt inclinations, you may de pend upon it that the fruit which is in store for you w ill lie that which belongs to these things. There can he no doubt as to what your harvest will be. If you think that after your day's business is done you can shut the blinds and carry on your orgies in secret with your evil companions; if you think that you can serve the devil by night, and then go forth and look like a sweet and virtuous young man, that goes in the best society, and does not drink nor gam ble nor commit any vice, theu the devil has his halter about your neck, and he leads you the stupidest fool in all the crowd. You deceive no body but yourself. There is an ex pression In your eyes that tells sto ries. Passions stain clear through. A man might as well expect to take nitrate of silver—whose nature fs to • turn him to a lead color—and not have the doctor know it, as to ex pect that he can form evil habits and pursue mischievous courses and not have it known. It does not need a sheriff to search out and reveal the kind of life that you are living. Every law' of God in nature is an officer after you. It does not re quire a court,'judge and jury to try and condemn you. All nature is a court-room, and every principle thereof is a part ot that court which tries and condemns you. Do not think that there can be such a mon strous inisadjusiment of affairs as that you can do the work of the devil and have the remuneration of an angel.—II. Hr. Beecher. What will those of our fair readers who are dissatisfied with the position of woman in England and America say w hen they learn what she has to suffer in India? Among oihor re strictions, the Hindoo liible forbids a woman to see dancing, hear music, | wear jewels, blacken her eyebrows, eat dainty food, sit at a w indow, or view herself in a mirror during the absence of her husband; and it allow s him to divorce her if she has no sons, injures his property, scolds him,quar rels with another woman, or pre- j sumes to eat before he has finished j his meal. Scebeme Covet Decision.—“Samuel Long nbaugh, Plaintiff and Respondent, vs. The Vir- I ginia and Truekee Railroad Company, Defen dam and Appellant." The b story of the case is this. Lnngabaugh sued the Virginia and Truekee Railroad Company to recover damages for the burni g of cordwood—at Empire, we Relieve—on the 26th of May, ISIS. Plaintiff alleged that bis wood was set on fire by the engine I. E. James, and proved bis allegations to the satisfaction of the District Court and Jury, who rendered a verdict in bis favor. De fendant appealed the case to the Supreme ■Court, which has affirmed the judgment of the Court below. The opinion is rendered by Hawley, mud is concurred in by Whitmau anil Delknap.—Enterprise. Justifiable Homicide.—On Wednesday last L. Whittle, a rancher, living near Round Mountain, about thirty miles east of Shasta, Cal., was shot and instantly killed by one Wm. West, also a rancher. Both parties were slight ly intoxicated. Whittle made several threats, and finally started for West with a knife, when he (West) drew a revolver and fired at him, killing him instantly. A Corner's jury rend ered a verdict to tile effect that the deceased met his death at the hands of William West, who was acting iii self-defense. West went to Shasta and delivered himself to the Sheriff. There are 365 offices to be filled at the ensuing election in this .State, (one for each day in the year), divided as follows ; One United States Senator, two Supreme Judges, nine District Judges, one Congress man, nine State officers, fifty-eight State Legislators, and two hundred and eighty-six county and township officers. This is pretty good for a State with a population of less than forty thousand.—-Reveille. Struck by Lightning.—During one of the storms last week, Mel vina, daughter of D. E. Isbell, was j struck by lightning, at the ranch fi her father, on Keese river. She was [ prostrated by the stroke, and for ' several days her case was critical; but she is now, we are pleased to I learn, fully recovered.—Austin lie icille. Dm Game.—A big Indian poker game was in progress tbis'forenoon, on the lot on the shady side of the Reveille office. The players were well supplied with money, and there were several “ big pots.” Captain Stevie went clean through for big money, his white shirt, linen duster and bead watch-chain on a “ jack full” against tour queens. “ Charley, what makes your cheeks so red?” asked his sister’s admirer of a little flve-year old. “ 'Cause I put some of sister’s paint on. She puts it on every day.” It was a painful disclosure tor every body—at least Charley thought so after the visitor had gone. A New Bedford paper tells a story about a shop-keeper, who ad vised a lady customer to buy mo hair switches instend of one, as the article was becoming scarce. He said that the man whom he hired to hunt moos had only caught two within a fortnight. Contentment abides with truth. And you will generally suffer /or wishing to appear other than you «rv, whether it be richer or greater or more learned. The mask soon becomes an instrument of torture. Tbs kindest end the hspplest pair Will find occasion to forbear And somethin!, every dsy they live. To pity, end perhspe forgive. —Coteper. Emily Faithful says that ice water is killing the American women. C. H. CLARK & CO. Wholesale anti Retail Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISION’S, LIQUORS, Tobacco, California Produce, Etc. LIME, PLASTER AND CEMENT, 162 SOUTH C STREET, Opposite the Savage Works. VIRGINIA. NEV. Sierra Nevada Hotel, Lower Main Street, - Silver City. HENRY LUX TAKES pleasure in calling th*' attention of Citizens and the traveling public to bis I superior accommodations in the line of BOARD AND LODGING. A fine liar is connected with the Hotel, ; where can be procured the finest brands of | WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. N. LARIVIERE, UNDERTAKER! ?A few doors below Odd Fellows’ Hall, MAIN STREET COLD HILL! Hearses and Carriages Furnished for Fnnerals. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. CAISSON COMPANY, LOCATION OF principal place of business: Carson City, Nevada. Location of works. Silver City, Lyon County. Nevada.—Notice is hereby given that, at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said company, held on the '25th day of July, i 1874. an assessment. (No. 3), of Five (.05) cents per share Was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediate ly in U. S. gold coin, to the Secretary, at the ofth e of the Company. Waltz' 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 he deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale, at public i auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on TUESDAY, the fif teenth day of September. 1874, to pay the de linquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. ADOLPHUS WAITZ, Secretary. 10 dt ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Buckeye gold and silver mining Company, location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works. Devils Gate District, Lyon County, Nevada.—Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Directors held on the 21st day of July, 1874, an assessment, (No. 11,) of 50 cents per share was levied upon the capital stock "f the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary at the office of the company, room *20. No. 331 Montgomery St.. San Francisco, California. Any stuck upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 28th day of August, 1874. will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction: and unless payment is made before, will be sold on WEDNESDAY.’the lfitli day of Septemb. r. 1874. to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. C. A. SANKEY, Secretary. Office.—Room 2b. No. 331 Montgomery St., San Francisco, California. lOtd STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING. OFFICE DAYTON GOLD AND SILVER Mining Company, San Francisco, July 18. 1874.—The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Dayton Gold and Silver Mining Company will be held at their office. Room No. ID, Hayward’s Building. San Francisco, California, on THURSDAY, July 30th next, at twelve and one-half (12:30) o’clock e. m. Transfer books will close on Saturday, the 15th instant at 12 o’clock m. jy21 td W. E. DEAN, Secretary. MINERS’ BITTERS ! _ COMPOSED entirely of Herbs gathered from the Sierra Nevada and 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. B A R N E 6’ LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, MAIN STREET, : DAYTON. Horses Boarded and Groomed by Careful Attendants. •yThe best Ningle and Double Turnouts to be found in the State constantly on hand. 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. Marble and Granite Works. H. H. MUCKLE North C street, Virginia, bet. Mill and Carson. MARBLE GRAVESTONES. FROM $25 UPWARD. IRON. GRANITE AND CHAIN FENCING for graves; Marble Mantel-Pieces, etc. Also Wood Fences. Orders tilled promptly at the most reasonable prices, and in the best style of the art. Orders from Silver City and Dayton promptly attended to. N. B.—Parties wishing to see designs can do so by calling at the Yard. H. H. Ml’CKLE. RESTAURANT! MAIN STREET. • • SILVER CITY. Hr*. 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 plane ell who favor her with a call. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ■Mr*, by the Week, . ■ *7.00 John McTigue, BOARDING AND LODGING. INVITES THE CITIZEN'S OF SILVER City to £ive him a trial. Hie Table will be aupplled »ith the beet the market afford*. The Bed* are superior in ovary respect. Come and see for yourselves I C. A. NOLTEMEIER. METROPOLITAN j_ BOOT AND SHOE j STORE! 108 SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. TAKES pleasure in informing the Citizens of Nevada, that his immense Stock, purchased under his own personal supervision, has arrived, and will be sold at prices to 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 before purchasing elsewhere, as h* can and will offer superior inducements to any house in the State. I860. 1874. Pioneer Laundry, NORTH OF VIRGIN A, JOS. F. & G- W. HALL, Proprietors. This old established and relia ble Laundry is prepared to turn out any quanitty of Renovated 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. 6 JOS. F. A G. W. HALL. V. & T- R. R. THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS FOR RENO. Connecting with Eastern and Western bound Passenger Trains of the C. P. R. It., 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 3.40 A. M. Gold Hill...at 5.03 A. M. Arriving at Virginia City... .at 5.15 A. M. Local Passenger Trains LEAVE VIRGINIA CITY F O K CARSON CITY At 7.45 and 11.45 A. M., and 3.45 P. M. LEAVE CARSON CITY F O R 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 leave Reno for Virginia City at M A. M., 1 P. M. and 5.:«) P. M. FREIGHT TRAINS Leave Virginia City DAILY at 5.45 A. M., 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 Citv DAILY at 6 A M., 8. A. M.. 10 A. M.. 12 M., 2 P. M., 4 P. M. and (> I\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. R. It. Through Tickets can be procured at the Company’s office, Virginia, for Chicago, Kan sas City and St. Louis. ■I. M. YERINGTOX. General Superintendent. VIRGINIA AND DAYTON Stage Line. Carrying the II- S- Mail and Wells, Fargo & Co’s Express J. S. Dallas, Proprietor. Louver Virginia. I l.«*av«*w Dayton, h a. n. a i*. >i.|* a. m. a i*. u. FA R E. VIRGINIA TO GOLD HILT. 25 cents. “ “ SILVER. 75 ** “ “ DAYTON,. 11.75 VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL OMNIBUS! Connecting with cars at Gold Hall to and from Carson WILL mate Regular Trips between the stands at cither end of the route, as frequently as the state of the road will allow, from h o’clock a. m. to 9 o’clock r. m. Will also make one trip from Piper’s Opera House to Gold Hill at the clone of the per formance each evening while the theater is running. Fare, 25 Cents, after 8 v. m., 5o Cents. JACOB WHITE, propiBbtob. SILVER CITY STAGE, CONNECTING WITH THE Cold H III Om n I bus Line I Leave Silver City, *:1.1 A 10 A. M. 1 A 4 P. M. Lenvo Gold Hill, 0:30 A 11:30 A. n, 2:30 4k 3:30 P. M. Fare, Fifty Cents. ROBEDEE k BENJfETT, - Proprietors. Harness Shop! MAIN STREET, - DAYTON. | Selling out to Close Business. Repairing neatly executed. I 9. C. FRANKLIN. j dr. a. b. spinney, WELL KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY A8 A Pathologist and Physiologist, Whose Successful Treatment of certain Physical Disabilities and hune tional Derangements deservedly entitle him to the . familiar rceognium of the great specialist, Would respectfully inform the citizens of Virginia City and Vicinity that he can be con sulted as usual at his Office, ROOM NO. 13, WILLIAMS AND BIXLER'S BUILDING (ENTRANCE—OPPOSITE POST OFFICE AND ON B STREET,! Without entering into hi.,graphic details, it is sufi'.eient to simply promulgate the fact that Dlt. SPINNEY'S earliest reputation may Is- traded hack to his inauguration and conduct j of tilt. Montreal, Canada East. Medical Institute; - [ incident to both sexes in Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality, % Youthful Excesses, Marriage Impediments, Lung and General Chronic Affections, Through the medium of an effective agency for the detection of the faintest resemblances of Internal Bronchial Troubles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Scrofulous Developments, Paralytic Proclivities, ordinary or aggravated. Catarrhs, Hepatic Diseases, Gravelous Deposits, Hemor rhoids, et<'.. 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-erooping. To the Ladies, DR. SPINNEY, while naturally impressed with the delicacy of the subject, feels no delicacy 1 in assuring that, in conjunction with a competent knowledge of their sufferings, such ns Nervousness, Headache. Pain in the Back. Neuralgia, Spinal Weakness. Loss of Appetite, Lassitude. Prolapsus Eteri, Retroversions or Displacement of the Womb. Vaginal Irregu larities. Leuchorrea, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, and the many petty irritating dis tortions that alnmst invariably have their origin the uterine region, he can afford them im I mediate relief. Remember, that Procrastination is the Thief of 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, when a lew 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 Rheuiua ttsm. 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, w ill do well to come and try the Doctor’s new 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 who have implanted in their system, by improper use of calomel, seeds which will produce an an nual crop of disease. To all which we would say Come and be Healed! It matters not what vour troubles may be, come and let the Doctor examino'your case. If it is Curable, he will (ell »/«w so—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 fur consultation, so please call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands yours case. Dr. S. cures humors and diseases of the blood. Scorning the tricks of Charlatan*, 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. C O N S U L T A T l O N F11 E E ! \ Young Men Who may be suffering from the effects of youthful follies or indiscre tion, will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the alter of suffering humanity. I)r Spinney will guarantee to forfiet five hundred dollars for everv case of seminal weakness, or private disease of any kind or character, which he undertakes and fails to cure. He would therefore, sav to the unfortunate sufferer who may read this no tice that you are treading upon dangerous ground when you longer delay in seeking'the proper remedy for your complaint. You may be in the first stage—remember von are approaching the last. If you are bordering on the last, and are suffering some or all of its ill effects, remember that if you obstinately persist in procrastination, the time must come when the skilful physician can render you u«» assis tance; when the doors of hope will l»e closed against you; when 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 imagination. but avail yourself of the beneficial results of his • treatment !>efore vour case is beyond the reach of medical skill, or be fore grim death hurries you to a premature grave. MiddleAged Men! There •«> many of the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuations of the blaiier, often aeemnpanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, and weakening the system In s manner the patient cannot account for: on examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will apuear or the color will be of a thin or mllkish hue. again changing to a dark and torpid appearance! There are many men who die of this difllculty, ignorant of the cause which is the second stage Of seminal weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure in all auch cases, and a healthy res toration of the genito-urinary organs. J ...o;,”i„oN° CU” tre,t<>d y‘ttiuul * P”»°Pal interview with the patient, and a proper « ffT’Only one interview required in a majority of cates. TO THE UNFORTUNATE! Dr. D. P. Brown, The seventh son, a native of Great Britain, and for many yean* a res ident in the Northwest Indian Possessions, is the most successful and only reliable Physi cian and Burgeon in the treatment of all se cret and confidential diseases, and continues to cure when all others fail, every condition, ol disease which patients generally require to be kept secret. Thousands can testify to the great success of Dr. D. P. Brown, the treat ment of Gonorrheas, Gleet, Strictures, Dis eases of the Blader and Kidneys, Syphiliis 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. j»aiu iu the head and bones, eruptions of the scalp, nodes of the bones, ulcerated throat and nos*-. 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 remeedy for the unfor tunate and misguided sufferer. These medi cine* can be had only of I)r. D. P. Brown, at his private office, where every species of se cret disease is successfully treated. Remem ber that thousands who have given up ever again enjoying health, have been fully restor ed by the infallible preparations of Dr. D. P. BROWN. To the Ladies. Ladies ran consult the Doctor on all private and delicate derangements, with the assurance ! of relief. No lady should be without a box I of Dr P. brown’s Female Regulating Pills. a safe and effectual remedy for all irregulari ! ties and obstructions, no matter from what cause. Caution.—These pills should not be used during pregnancy, as they are sure to pro duce miscarriage. Young Wen, Take Particular Notice. You who, by indulging in certain solitary practices, or from other cause have contract ed that mind-harrowing and body-destroying disease, seminal weakness, can be restored to I heath by apply ing either in person or by let i ter. to Dr. I), p. Brown. 9 I Parties living in the country, on forwarding , a fee of $ld, ami a statement of their ca**\ 1 will be treated as effectually as by personal i interview. I . I The Most Successful Practiitioner on th<» l Pacific Coast has located at Virginia City, Nevada, Where he will at all times be found ready to aid the unfortunate (as thousands can testiiv | to his success) in the treatment of j Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture*, Diseas es of the Jiladdt »*, Kidneys, Syph ilis in all its terrible form*, old lingering eases of the most horrible classes of diseases, where the body has become , poi s one d, producing blotches on the face, small watery blisters, ulcers, pain in the head and bones, eruptions of the scalp, nodes of | the bones, Llceratcd Throat and Sose9 SCROFULA, ! Together with an almost endless uumlier of ■ sufferings. Patients an* earnestly desired to I apply while they may yet be restored to health. Dr. D. P. Brown’s Constitution Pills —AND— BLOOD if ED l CIJfESr For the complete eradication of every vestige of venereal diseases, stand alone as the only potent and effectual remedy for the unfortu nate and misguided sufferer. Tin-tie uiedi. eilies can only be had of Dr. D. I>. Brown, at his Private Office, where every secret disease is successfully treated. Remember that thou sauda who have given up ever again enjoying health, have been fully restored by the in fallible pA'paratlous or the CELEBRATED Constitution Pills! The efTwte of which medicine are truly won derful in Billlous Complaints, and all diseas es of the Liver snd Kidneys, and all Chronic Diseases. Dr. D. P. Brown’s External and internal remedy for the PILEft has no equal known to the profession, in ef fecting 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. Blown in the rear 1(147. while sojourning among the Indiana .4 Lake Superior. As to its wonderful cures, he now has thousands of certificates from bis patients from every part of the civiUied world. k7"Call and see them. OFFICE-No. 45 NORTH C STREET. 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