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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Thursday, August 20, 1874. Directory, l.yon County. W. M. 8EAWELL.District Judge. J A. BONHAM.County Clerk GEO. W. SHAW.Sheriff GEO. W. KEITH.District Attorney L L. CROCKETT.Recorder W W. BYROM.Treasurer GEO. C. McFADDEN.Assessor. M. B.AUGUSTINE.Supt. of Schools. I8AAU LEVER8KE.Pub. Administrator. J. M McGINNISS.) J. R SHAW. [ County A. PERKINS. J Commiasioners. SILVER CITY PRECINCT. J. P. GOULD.Justice of the Peace SANFORD SPAULDING,.Constable. Mails from the East arrive daily at 9 o’clock A. M.; from Dayton daily at 3.30 P. M. Mails for the East leave daily at 3 30 P.M.; for Dayton at 9.15 A. M. The Eastern mail closes at 2.30 o’clock P. M., sharp. MINING NTOt'K REPORT. Merning Board. Wepxkspay. August 19, 1874. 9U0 Opbir. 19)4.1»S. 19 V 19?*, 20,20 b5. 25 Gould A Curry, 18 V 19. 30 Beet k Belcher, 24)4,25. 275 Savage, 58, 59 l>30, 08)4, 57 7* s5. 170 Chollar. 54, 54)4. 55. 300 Hale A Norcroaa. 43*4 4). 43 b5, 42)4,43. 355 Crown Point, 73'4, 7*. 74'4, 75. 395 Yellow Jacket, 78, 77 V 77, 77 b30, 77 aJO. 76, 76 H. 2375 Imperial, 8 V 8'«, 8, 8 V* b3, 8, 8 s30. 1725 Empire Mill, 81%. 8 640 Kentuck, 15, 15 b5,15 *4 b30. 175 Alpha, 12H, 12. 545 Belcher, 66, 66)4, 665*, 67. 950 Confidence, 13*4, 13 V 13 V 320 Consolidated Virginia, 80 V 81, 81 V 1055 Sierra Nevada, 4, 4 b30, 37*. 10 Seg. Belcher, 87 s30. 580 Overman, 34)4, 34 V 34 H *3(J. 560 Justice, 8. 196 Julia, 2)4. 685 Caledonia, 19)4, 19 V 19?* b30, 20, 19 V 19V 200 Globe, IV 150 Baltimore, 7 V 150 Bullion, 8. 210 California, 37 V 90 New York, 234 100 Dardanelles. 12\. 50 Dayton. 5),. 35 Silver Hill, 6)4, 6 V 100 Seg. Rock Island. 50<*. 100 Crown Point Ravine, 1. 955 Woodville, 0)4, 5!., 5 110 American Flat, 7)4,7. 50 Tyler, 70c. 70 Union Con., 14 V 200 South Overman, 60c. 200 Occidental, 3. 100 Andes. 1. 200 Leo. I % . Afternoon Bourn. ■235 Meadow Valley, 5 V 130 Raymond A Ely, lo. 10 V 105 Eureka Cell., 11H, 11-4 b30, 11!*. 15 Piochc, 5. 250 Washington k Creole, 50c. 200 American Flag, 2. 1350 Belmont, 7 V 71* b3, 7!*, 7. 1350 Newark. 87 V, 85c• 240 Page k Pauaca, 25o. 100 Ingomar. 20c. 20 Monitor Belmont. 2. 375 Confidence, 1212\ b3. 13 l>30. 115 Rye Patch, 2. 1850 N. Belmont. 20c, 23c. 600 El Dorado North, IV 200 K. k K., 2 V 500 Cherry Creek. 2 V 100 Bellevue, 50c. 100 Ida Elmore. 1. 95c. 145 Golden Chariot, 8’-4, 8. 160 Mohagony, 6, 6*4, 6 V 1310 South Chariot. 10 b30,10 H b30.10 a30 10. 350 Silver Cord, 1 ai. 250 War Eagle. 2. 200 Empire (Idaho). IV 10 Sierra Nevada, 4. 470 Woodville, 5. 4 V 4*,. 290 Belcher, 60 V 66 \ l>>. 50 Dayton. 5S. 185 Yellow Jacket. 75, 75**. 73 V HO Consolidated Virginia, HO'*, 80 V 100 Chollar. 54. 55. 54 too. 250 Gould k Curry, 18!* b3, 1814. 10 Savage, 57. 130# Imperial, 8, 8’;. 8’, *90. 875 Ophir, 19S. 19V 19!* a5. 19V 19 V 100 Kentuck, 15. 1100 Empire Mill. 8 V 8‘. M, 8Vi b5, 8, «V •223 Overman, 35 ** 100 Alpha, 12. 12S. 12*4 • 135 Crown Point. 74)*. 73)*, 73. 220 New York, 2 V To 4'nn«li«!at<3t.—All announ • ment* of candidates for office are required *0 be paid for in advance. This rule will not be devi ated from. Piper’s Opera House.—The en gagement of Mr. George P. Chaplin has proved a very successful one to the management, but is fast drawing to a close, only four more pefortn ances. Mr. Chaplin has few equals on the American boards, and will it become our citizens to visit this popular place of amusement before he takes his departure. To-night there is an immense bill offered, and to-morrow Rosedale will be presented with new scenery, etc. The entire stock company will ap pear at every performance. On Sat urday afternoon, there* will be a grand matinee for the accommoda tion of suburbans who cannot at tend the evening performances, and this, too, at reduced prices. Let those of our citizens who would spend an evening pleasantly avail themselves of this opportunity. No extra charge for securing seats See notice under head of amusements. Livklt Runaway.—On Teusday morning, as Mr. E. Harris was driv ing into town from Gold Hill, when about in front of the Post Office a dog run out at his horse—the one bitten a few dave ago as mentioned in this paper—frightening the ani mal causing him to shy; the baggy ran over a large hog and the dog at the same time and came near upset ting. The Jar caused the , breaking of the bellyband, loosing the shafts which struck the horse on the baok, frightening him terribly and caus ing him to run at a fearful rate down Main street. Several vehicles were on the street and were narrowly cleared by the buggy in which aat Mr. Harris pulling upon the lines at a rate that showed his determin ation not to give up. Ia making the turn in front of 8tone House there was a large wood team direct ly in the road which seemed to ob struct it entirely, but a collision was avoided, and the horse continued on his wild career, until the old foundry was reached, whan Mr Harris Suc ceeded in checking him up. No damage was done to the horse or bukgy, but we eg* safely gpy tew men would have remained in that huggy under similar circumstances. Pluck will tell, %nd in this instance aaved Mr. H. mShy dbllars expense. i ^ V • Thicks are twenty-three patients in the hospital of 8torey county. Accidentally Drowned.—Yes terday morning, between 11 and 12 o'clock, Arthur Bellinger, only son of Peter and Mary Bellinger, of Dayton, aged 3 years, was accident ally drowned. The little fellow was playing in the yard back of the residence, near a barrel which was sunk in the ground and nearly full of water. In some manner he fell in -head foremost. The body was not discovered until half ah hour after the accident happened, and all efforts to oring him to life again were of no avail. It seems that the child had been playing around the barrel before and had twice been taken away by its mother. The last time he went out he bid his mother “good bye.” The father, who Is j amalgamator at the Opliir mill, had left home only a short lime before to attend his work. Before going he kissed his darling one good bye, littlo thinking he would be sum moned in less than an hour to look upon its form cold in death. The afflicted parents have the sympathies of the entire community. The funeral will take place to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Shooting Affair.—Night before last, a man named Mike McKee, while under the Influence of liquor, went into the Columbus Brewery, Main street, Gold Hill, and pulling out a large dragoon pistol, attempt ed to fire it off. He was ejected from the saloon, and afterward went to a house on the American Plat road, back of the old Confidence hoisting works, where he tired three shots at a man named Greenmail, all of which fortunately missed him. Constable Tom Harkin, upon being apprised of the fact, arrested the shootist and lodged him in jail. Correction.—The Virginia Chrun- ' icte and Enterprise, in their public; school notice of this place, make it appear that Prof. Cromwell is not to preside over the school at this place: and give the name of Prof. Currie as Principal. We published the Item correctly when we said that Prof. Cromwell would be Principal, ami Miss C.nrrie, a graduate of a Michigan eollcge and an experi enced teacher, would he assistant. The school opens one week from Tuesday, Sept. 1st. Election of Officers.— At a regular meeting of the Miners’ Union, held at Armory Hall, on Tuesday evening, August 18, 1874, the following otlieers were elected to serve during the ensuing term: John McTigue, President; Pat. Sul livan, Vice-President; Al. Holmes, Recording Secretary; Peter Durren berger, Financial Secretary. Almost an Affray.—Yesterday | morning, about half-past t> o'clock, j a difficulty occurred between Nat Furst and Terence Kelly, in Gobey A Keeley’s saloon, Virginia. Wea pons were drawn, and a serious on- ; counter soemed imminent, when tin' : combatants were separated. Kelly ! was arrested for exhibiting a deadly i weapon. Personal.--Wm. Sharon arrived > in Virginia on Monday evening. Capt. Atkinson has returned front a j trip to San Francisco—We were glad i to meet Mr. Atkinson, who arrived j yesterday morning from Pioche. He i reports that place very dull at pres- 1 ent, but all are looking forward to the better day coming. Reoovkrino. — Alfred Donald, j who was thrown from the cage at the Belcher hoisting works, when the fly-wheel broke last Monday morning, is getting along finely. He is* receiving the best care, and ! both bis physicians and friends j think he will recover entirely in the ! course of time. Will Recover.—We are glad to learn that W. H. *8heppard, night j foreman at the Consolidated Virginia j mine, w ho was seriously injured by a cave on Sunday evening last, was I much better yesterday. His friends think lie is now out of danger, aud will soon recover from his injuries. Distressingly Healthy.— The j physicians of Silver City report very little sickness in this community, and are nightly offering up their supplications for an epidemic, an acci dent or something, whereby grub catf be made, out ol the misfortunes of their fellow man. Shut Down.—Owing to the gear ing giving away in the Trench Mill, on Monday evening, a stop of some 34 hours was necessitated. The damage having been repaired, the mill Is now working to its full ca pacity on Consolidated Virginia ore. In' Position.— Tho new boilers are in position, bricked up and ready for use at the Dayton mine, and' the smoke-stacks were raised yesterday. In a few days we will furnish our readers with a more de tailed report of this mine. Base Ball.—A game was played yesterday afternoon on the Plaza between six men of the Washoes and nine of the Red Stars, the former winning by a acore of 21 to 18. ______ The daily shipment of ore by rail from the Comstock mines to the various mills in this vicinity amounts at present to 1,800,000 pounds. A new fence is being constructed i* front of the Bacon mill, lower Main street. Sharp Practice.—On Monday evening, as vve learn from parties | conversant with the iWts in the ! case, one ot the lowest eases of sharp practice possible to ho conceived of took place at tlie oasis Saloon, in this place. A Mr. True is the dealer of a faro game, owned in part by the proprietor of the house. On the evening in*<|uostion. True was play ing a little game of draw poker at tile time the faro game should he opened to the public. He called to his assistance a mail named Brad v to make an opening deal. Now this man Brady had a friend front Vir ginia, who started ill to play, and in less than half llie dual drew out some $270 in coin, and this at a limit of 810. It is positively asserted that a “ cold deck” was “rung in” on the game, during the absence of the proprietor of the game and the dealer, and it is more than certain it was done with the knowledge of Brady. Among gambling men this is considered as the lowest of tlio low, worse than stealing. Lanwley'h Directories—W. W. Dunbar, Agent for Neffcda and Utah, of these great works, gave us a call yesterday afternoon. Langley is now engaged in compiling and pre paring a new edition of his Pacific CoaHt Bus iness Directory, and also the San Francisco Business Directory. The first named will con tain the name and address of each merchant, manufacturer and professional residing in the States of California. Nevada, Oregon; the Territories of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona and Alaska, and the Colouy of British Columbia. It will be a Gazetteer <>f th»- various counties, cities and towns, with the Federal, State and Municipal officers at tached therot •. aud an exhibit of the resour ces of the Pacific Coast. It will also contain a vast amount of other highly Statistical and ; other information, composing a book of over NX) pages. It is a work such as every busini ss man and everybody desiring to keep posted should have near at hand for reference. Scarce- I ly less important and desirable is the San Francisco Directory for 1H74, embracing a j geueral directory of residents and a full busi- I ness directory: also a directory of the streets. , public officers, etc., a vornpanied by a fine. | large new map of the city, together with mm h , otli* r matter of interest. Mr. Dunbar ia can- i vassing Lyon County, and now Is the time t f secure one or both of these valuable direct ’ ries, or to be properly represented therein. Announce.—In every county in the State except Lyon, candidates are announced to till the more im portant positions to be voted for at the ensuing election. Why is it that in tiiis county no announcements arc made? Are we to understand there are none willing to serve the dear people, or are they waiting for an \ invitation to put their names in print? If the latter, there can be no j further excuse. The Times will be j happy to publish announcements oft all candidates—Republican, Demo cratic, or Independent. Let the ! people know you are in the field, that they may have an opportunity of talking over your capabilities and claims for a position. Who will be the first to lead the grand army? A noth kb Fatal Accident.—Tuesday morn ing the body of a man was found lying ••u the American Flat road, just beneath the trest lework railroad bridge in front of the Belcher hoisting voiks. He was first seen between I and 2 o’clock by some teamsters who were supposed 4o Ih* drunk. Shortly after the Be! (Jier watchman came along and discovered him dead. He was carried to the undertaker'* shop in Gold Hill, and there the b«*dy was identified as Joseph Gilbsou. He had been drinking considerable of late, and in n fit delirium tremens fell from the bridge an.; died shortly alter. His right tuigh was frac tured, and also his head. C«-rimer Holmes held an mqudbt on the body the same day. and : the verdict of the jury was: "We find that deceased came to his death from a fra- tore of the skull caused by a fall from the Virginia and Truckee Railroad at the Belcher works, ami we deprecate the action of the two watch men of the Belcher mine for leaving deceased 1 so long without attention.” Oil.—Receiving several unusual , and large orders lor lard oil, yester day morning, Mr. Goldstone tele- j graphed to San Francisco to find out 1 the cause. He has been furnishing ! the article to mills st $1.05 and $1.10. Soon he received answer that lard oil could not be purchased in San Francisco for less than $1.25. Put ting this and that together, solves the problem. Silver City merchants , are not asleep, neither are they to be j caught napping. They are willing, however, to sell goods at Virginia prices, but not 20 per cent, below ; San Francisco cost. W. R. RISON, DKAXJkR IK CHOICE TEAS, GROCERIES, And Provision*, which he oil* ra a* cheap f t ' Cash as any House in the Htat*. A large ' assortment of Native and Foreign Fruits in ■ Cans and Glass, and Family Supplies of all ; descriptions kept constantly ou hand. 4 2-lb can* tomatoes. 4 2-lb cans oyster*. 4 2-lb calls peaches.»• 4 2-lb can* pie fruit. . . And everything else in proportion. Go and net houic of fUauu'a Coffee—Try it. Odd Fellows Building, Mam street, Gold Hill, j Fob California. — Our friend, j T. Gilpin, of Dayton, left on the train yesterday evening for a short stay in California. He will visit San I Franciseo, San Jose, Grass Valley and other points. We wish him ben. voyage. MeeKCH Saloon.— Curiosities for the curiom. at C. J. Howard's Must-uni Saloon, under the i poHtoftiee, North C street. Virginia City. This ! anltHiu ha* just fitted UP in splendid 1 style, and the bar is amply supplied with the j choicest brands of w!m>, liquors and cigars. At this saloon can be seen one of the finest collections of birds and animals to be found on the coast, including a mammoth sea lion, which l# really worth going to. aee. Drinks 12 S cents; Museum, free. C. J. Howard, pro prietor. __ Washing and Ironing. — Sam Kee gives notice through our eol u inns, all same 'Moliean man, that he is doing washing and ironing in a superior manner, and that he will call at residences for clothes, and deliver them promptly. J. W. Grier, agent of Wells, Fargo & Co., shipped on Tuesday, three bars of Crown Poiut bullion from the Pioneer mill, of the Value of $10,500. C. A. NOLTEMEIER, METROPOLITAN STORE! 108 SOUTH C STREET, V1BOISIA, NEVADA. it , T1AKKS pleasure in informing the citizens <•1 Nevada, that hia immense Bto< k, purchased under his own personal supervision, has arrived, and will he Bold at prices to defy competition. Ill* atock consists of GENT'S, BOYS’, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, and he wishes all to give 1 him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as he can and will off. r superior in . hum tents to any lion** in the State.", PERSONAL. IT HAS BEEN MAII) THAT Boots and Shoes Gan be purchased cheaper ill Virginia than Gold Hill. I assert that the statement iH un true. and pledge myself to prove it false, to any reasonable and fair person, who will visit my SHOE STORE ! IN I>K. HALL’S BUILDING, MAIN STREET, - - GOLD HILL. H. E. Woodruff. X. R. FARR, 1$ O O T AND S II O E M AKER Silver City, Nevada. Repairing promptly attended t . Orders solicited. J. PAULSON, Boot and Shoe Maker, MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEW Repairing neatly executed. Give me a call for work in my line. Satisfaction guaranteed la ail cases. — Tin: Bank of California ACENCY, At Virginia and Cold Kill, Nev. \. J. HAI.STOA. General Agent. T^ins AiiENCY KKCEIVF.S DEPOSITS OP Coin or Currency, either on open ac j count or to issue certificates therefor, paya | ble (at the option of the holder) in Virginia 1 or San Francisco. Exchange for Sale — ON — NEW YORK. LONDON. BOSTON. PARIS, SAN FRANCISCO, DUBLIN, * SA Clt A MILS' TO, ETC. | Collection* made on all points. Bullion Purchased at the most favorable rates. Stocks, Bonds and Legal Tender Notes bought and sold. Agency for the side of Quicksilver. A. J. RALSTON. Agent. .1 P. MARTIN. Cashier. SILVER CITY LUMBER YARD WEBB & MULLARD, PROPRIETORS. Dealers in all kinds of LUMBER, SHINGLES, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, MOLDINGS, ETC., ETC., ETC. WOOD TURNING, SCROLL SAWING, and all kinds of Carpenter's Finish. Main Street, - - Silver City. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, ALTA PLANING MILLS, I) STR EET.VIRG I.N IA. GOLD HILL Lumber Yard ! MAIN STREET, - - GOLD HILL. JUST ABOVE THE RAILROAD CROSSING. B. H, CARRICK & CO. PROPRIETORS. PINE AND Kl.mVOOB CEIMNL Oregon Pin- Flooring, Rustic Pine' and Redwood, California Sugar Pine, Plain and Fancy Pickets, Plain and Fancy Pine and Redwood Shingles, Sidiug, Lath, Holdings. Dours, Blinds, Windows, Transoms. Etc. 4 B. H. CARRICK & CO. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUE TAXES on the PROCEEDS OF MINES and | Mining Claims for the QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30. 1874. Are now due and payable, ami that the law| with regard to their collection tfill be strict fy enforced. GEO. C. MeFADDEN, COUNTY ASSESSOR LYON COUNTY. NEV. Dayton, August 17, 1874. 20*2w GEO. W. DORWIN, ASSAY EH! Main Street, • Gold Hill, (Two door* below the JVetet Office. Bullion chbefumiy melted and Assayed, at United States Branch Mint j rates. Ore assays made on an ounce basis, at ' a reduction of twenty-five to fifty per cent. «>n regular rates 4 LOUIS GOLDSTONE, DIRECT LMluRTI It OR ]%■ ILL t E VUDWABZ. JTM GOODS, MS GROCERIES. •j PROVISIONS. M'lIGARS AMD wines. . My tobacco, j IIQCORs. MM°°TS. i A CLOTHING, Ml HATS. ! I i LUBRICATING OILS, CROCKERY . AND GLASSWARE. And a great many other articles too munerotas to mention. Selling all my good ft, Wholesale and Retail at the moat reasonable rates, I hope to receiva a share of patronage. LOUIS GOLDSTONE. Main Street. ■ Silver City. Nevada. I C. V. BOISOT, DRUCCIST & APOTHECARY, SILVER CITY NEVADA. IN ADDITION TO A FI LL ASSORTMENT of Drill;*. Medic*!nr*. I’hiu,> lr | tirle* anil Perfumery imported direct I from New York: ....A FULL LINE OF... Mill Chemicals ! SUCH AS Sulph. of Copper, Cyanide of Potash. Acids, Sodium, ET<'. ETC. ETC. Also a full ass rt m-nt of Paints. Oils, Win dow Glass aud Wall Paper, at greatly reduced rates. — AGENT OF— Chicago Enamel Paint Works. j Physicians preemptions accurately com pounded. Silver City, July 4th, 1874. Dayton Drug Store ! DR. J. C. HAZLETT, Dealt r in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles. EVERY ARTICLE IS PURE AND FRESH. •S'”Terms reasonable and prices satisfactory. Pike street, Dayton, Nevada. j SAM. DOAKE. K. L. HOBART. DOAKE, HOBART & CO. Importers and Dealers in Foroign <&. Domestic Hardware Brass and Steam Goods. Mill and Mining Goods a specialty. Quartz Screen Punched to order. Soli: agents for Virginia and gold Hilt of Prices celebrated premium cut lery. of San Francisco. Will have the above I cutlery manufactured to order. DOAKE, HOBART k CO., fit South C Street, Virginia, Nev. SELLING OUT! SELLING OUT! A. HANAK. NO. U SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NET. WJKf ILL SELL HIS M AGNIFICENT STOCK w ▼ of Jewelry, Diamonds, Fancy Goods, etc. All prices at cost! He wants to give up business, and will sell CHEAP. Store for r* ut, tixtures for sale. Apply on the prem ises. 6 FRED. KLINE, (ON THE DIVIDE), Manufacturer and Rej)airer of HARNESS of every description, BRIDT.ES, SADDLES *of every kind. SNAKE WHIPS, STAGE WHIPS, Etc. THE Dost of Home-made BUCKSKIN GLOVES, ami a full line of Goods for j Teamsters constantly on hand. All kinds of REPAIRING done at short notice and on reasonable terms. BRANCH SHOP, MAIN ST.. GOLD HILL. Next door to Yellow Jacket Office. T H. M. JEWETT, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER! .DEALER IN Paints, Oils, Class, Wall Paper, House Lining, ETC . ETC. MATX STREET..GOLD HILL. Marble and Granite Works. H. H. MUCKLE, North C street, Virginia, bet. Mill and Caraon MARBLE GRAVEgTONI*. „ from jis irrm-ARP IRON, GRANITE AND CHAIN FENCING for grave*; Marble Mititel.Pin. es. tL Alto Wood Felloe*. Ordors filled promptly at, the most reagonahle pri. es, and in ttw Wo Myle of Bie art iW«r» from Sliver City an I Dayton promptly ait.-nded to. NH l*srto, wish ill, to as* ileaiyns ran do *o by railing at th» Yard H. U. Ml'CELE NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THERE WILI. be a MEETING of the Republican County CENTRAL. COMMITTEE OF LYON COUNTY, ... AT THE_ COURT HOUSE, IN DAYTON, _OH_ SATURDAY, the 22d Instant, AT 7 O’CLOCK P. M Per order of JAMES CRAWFORD. Chairman. Ut**st : L. L. CROCKETT, Secretary. Dayton. August 14. 1874. 18-td UNION REPUBLICAN State Central Committee. AT A MEETING OF THE UNION RE publican State Central Cominitfc'e, held in Virginia City. June 24th, 1874, it was Resolved, That a hiat*- Convention of the i Union Republican party be held at Win neniucra on Thursday, September 24th. 1H74, to nominate candidates for the following of fices, to-wit: I Governor. Lieutenant Governor, Represcnt | ntive in Congress, two Justices of the Supremo i Court (long and short terms). Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer of Htate, Controller of State, Surveyor General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Mineralogist, Clerk of the Supreme Court, State Printer and State Central Committee, and for the transaction of such other business as shall properly come before the Convention, Resolved. That each county be entitled to one delegate at large, one for each 100 votes and one for each fraction over 50 votes cast for J. W. Haines, Presidential Elector, at the general election of 1872. Resolved, That the test to be required of 11 voters at tt** primary elections of the par ty shall be : First—Are you a citizen of the United States and State of Nevada, or will you be a lawful voter at the ensuing election* Second — will you support the nominees of the Republican State and County Convention at tin next election? Resolved. That the several county commit tees be recommended to adopt such other means and tests as may seem to them neces sary t<»the promotion of purity and fairness at tin* primaries. Delegates are apportioned to the several counties as follows: Churchill. 1 Douglas. 2 Elko. 7 Esmeralda. 4 Humboldt . 5 Lincoln. 9 I.ander. 5 Eureka. 5 Nye. 4 Onnsby. 8 Storey. 27 Wash***-.. 6 White Pine. 8 Lyon. 8 Total. 96 C. B. ZABRISK1E. Chairman. Geo. A. Kino, Secretary. CAPITAL REPRESENTED, $78,000,000 ! M. J. HENLEY, General Insurance Agent FIRE ! FIRE ! ! FIRE ! ! ! LIFE AND ACCIDENT! FAIB KATES ! FAIB DEALING 1 UNDOUBTED SECURITY, and PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES Office, 35 South C Street, Virginia. Nev. Fulton Foundry! ( O X THE DIVIDE.) MAN CTFACTt'BES Mill & Mining Machinery CASTING a OF ALL KINDS Made to order at the lowest rates. REPAIR INO OK EVERY DESCRIPTION done at abort notice and on reason able terma. 7 ROBEDEE k BENNETT, Livery and Feed Stable! 4IiE prepared to furnish, at the shortest notice, CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE. PICNICS. Etc. Together with the finest Single and Double Turnouts, as well as Saddle Horse*, to be | found in the county, at liberal rates. | For anything in our line, give us s call. Livery Stables ! MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY. FHYHE undersigned having Enlarged and -H 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, I hope to please all. Remember the place—the Brick Stable. J. F. ANGELL, - * Proprietor. ECLIPSE Livery i Feed Stable MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL. ROCJUJWAYS AND BUGGIES or ALL descriptions, and good Saddle Horns*, to let on the most reasons hie terms Hacks, Buggies and Horses furnished on short nods* for Funeral occasion*. 4 O. C. M UN DELL. Piopriftf P.BARNKr LIVERY, FEED AND DALE STABLE, WAIN iTRtfT. , MINX Horse. *mm1 GfwxMtW Careful AtUaduta • JfTb* Ik« <ubk1« Hd Duutolu T,mik lr, be found in the fttate constantly on hand.