THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Condensed Romance.—About a
year ago, in Bennington, Vermont,
lived James Ward, a Union soldier,
who had lost an arm in the first
battle of the Wilderness. Lovely
daughter, Josie—“ innocent, guile
less and belle of the town.” Oscar
Penn, a book agent, came along—
young, educated, good - looking,
“cheeky.” Corraled Josie's affec
tions. Old Ward prejudiced against
him. Elopement and marriage.
Old man in tears. Finds out that
Penn is a fraud of the first water,
who had served a term in Sing Sing;
real name, Bill Benson; lay, con
fidence operator. Grief and con
sternation of old man. In February,
1874, “ Penn” heard from in Hollis
ter. Ward started across the con
tinent. Found Josie near Salinas
City, dreRsed in men’s clothes, and
trying to officiate as a sheep-herder,
with poor success. Grand tableau!
•• He sprang forward with a wild
cry and clasped her in his arms.”
Josie had seen rough times; “Penn”
had been in the habit of walloping
her; hollow cheeks and dark rims
about the eyes. Had been fanned
by her husband with a boot-jack
and other handy articles. He had
recently “ sloped” to parts unknown.
Blast him! Old W’ard and Josie hug
and start back to Bennington. Hap
py denouement. Red light and
Experimkntino to Some Pur
pose.--A Detroit architect desired
some fire-proof brick the other day
for the floor of a new barn, hut
when he learned the cost per thous
and he determined to experiment a
little with somo common brick. Ho
procured a few hundred, had them
delivered, when they were plaeed
in a large vat, such as the pavers
use in which to heat their tar, and
allowed to absorb the hot tar tor
four hours. In that Icnght of time
the bricks were as black as the tar
itself, and soaked full of it, and when
allowed to cool off it was found that
their solidity had been greatly in
creased. A reporter of the Free
Press struck one of the bricks eight
or ten times before he could even
break a piece off, and to strike one
with a hammer is like striking a
rock. Subjected to the same tests as
the regular fire-proof brick, the tar
soaked brick came out finely. To
determine their fire-proof qualities,
a number of the brick were passed
into the blazing furnace, and after a
severe test thej' came out without a
flaw or a crack; in fact, they were
rendered stronger and tougher for
the baking, and it was almost im
possible to break one.
Hood for Beecher. — Henry
Ward Beecher was married on Sat
urday. His Brooklyn congregation
had timely information of this cir
cumstance, and knowing he would
preach the next morning at his
church, desirous at the same time of
seeing the bride, they assembled in
such crowds that the church was full
before the bell was done tolling. As
was expected the bride made her
appearance, and the folks indulged
themselves in their usual observa
tions until Beecher mounted the
pulpit. Then every eye was upon
him, and every ear ready to catcli
the words of the text, which, to
their astonishment, were the follow
ing; “ We toiled all night and have
taken nothing!” The discourse
turned out, as usual, very instruct
ive, and all went home highly de
lighted, except poor Mrs. Beecher,
who blushed down to her finger
ends every step of the way.—La
Sublime. — I stood upon the
ocean's shore, and with a fragile reed
I wrote upon the sands—Agnes, I
love thee! The mad waves rolled
by, and blotted out the fair impres.
slons. Frail reed; cruel waves;
treacherous sands;* I'll trust thee no
more! bat with a giant hand I'll
pluck from Norway’s frozen shore
her tallest pine, and dip its top into
the crater of Vesuvius; then on the
high and burnished heavens I’ll
write—Agnes, I love thee! And I'd
like to see any dog-goned wave wash
Old Juvenal recorded:
” Yes, la the corners of the common ways
We meet the saint who fornicates and prays "
At a later date Burns sang:
*' King David of poetic brief
Wrought 'mong the lessee much mischief.
And yet he's rank’d among the chief
O' tang syne saints ’*
And aow comes Beecher, and with
childlike innocence and simplicity
calls it “ nest-hiding:”
Tilton had a little sheep,
A harmless, snow-white creature.
Which always used to prsy a heap
And then go off with Beecher.
One man, at least, comes out of
the Beeeher-Tilton scandal with an
unsullied reputation. His name is
Horace Greeley. When Tilton urged
him to eall at his house during his
absence, Mr. Greeley declined. He
■aid he did not think it a good habit
to visit a wife while her husband
was away. These were creditable
. — .a. .——
HaNQKD si a Mom.—A New York World
special from Meatlneburg. West Virginia, says
itha Tlilafemn • aapn. eondned In the Cow- 1
tj Till, mil nailaq under eentence of death
for the murder of Annie Butler, e white gtrl*
aped twelve yuan, tfas taken out oj Jail by >
mb an Thumdar night and hanged on a true
tibm£^mlowu. HTproteatcd bla
Miaa ItilaMTt Thompson, the
new artigt, realizes the extent of her
•ooeesa i&MHnt ehg baa set for pho
t***phaf*r public **»»!.
Tnoxa. Maipkmaeif > d. Marks, both of
Wham seam recently eaovictad sf ccaaptraey
daed (cturday teasing of erystpalm. Ha was
MnilaStM Tumliy yaadtawa
Bath something for a day of
I V. & T. R. R.
| THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS
Connecting with Eastern and Western bound
Passenger Trains of the C. P. R. R.,
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.
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
At 7.45 and 11.45 A. M., aud 3.46 P. M.
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 8 A. M., 1 P. M. and 5.30 P. M.
Leave Virgin!* 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 City DAILY at 6 A. M., 8. A.
M., 10 A. M., 12 M., 2 P. M„ 4 P.M. aud 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. R. R.
Through Tickets can be procured at the
Company's office, Virginia, for Chicago, Kan- 1
gas City and St. Louig.
II. M. YERINGTON.
General Superintendent, j
VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL
Connecting with cars at Gold
Hxll to and from Carson
^ATILL mane Regular Tripe between the j
▼ ▼ stands at either end of the route, as j
frequently as the siat*- of the road will allow, J
from * o'clock a. m. to 9 o clock p m.
Will also make one trip from Piper’s Opera j
House to Gold Hili at the close of the per- ,
formance each evening while the theater is j
Fare, 25 Cents. After 8 p. u., 50 Cbnts. 1
VIRGINIA AND DAYTON
Carrying the U- S- Mail and
Wells. Fargo & Co’s Express
J. S. Dallas, Proprietor.
I.ea%e« Vi rtf in in. i
* A. M. 3 P. H. j
Loaves Day ton. j
h A. 91. :t P. 91.
FA R K.
VIRGINIA TO GOLD HILL. 25 cents. ■
“ “ SILVER. 75 “
“ « DAYTON, . $1.75
SILVER CITY STAGE,
CONNECTING WITH THE
Cold Hill Omnibus Line
Leave Silver Oity,
*:I5 A IO A. n.
i a ft i». n.
Leave Gold Hill.
9:30 A 11:30 A. 91.
2:30 A 3:30 P. 91.
Fare, Fifty Cents.
ROBED EE k BENNETT, - Proprietor®.
NORTH OF VIRGIN A,
JOS. F. & G- W. HALL, Proprietors.
OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIA
M. ble Lauudry i® prepared to turn out any
qu&nitty of Renovated and CLEAN LINEN,
without being damaged by manipulation or
PACKAGES PUNCTUALLY CALLED FOR
OFFICES—International Hotel and Wal
laces Fruit Store, 122 South C street.
6 JOS. F. k O. W. HALL.
Notice is hereby given that the
Books for the Registration of Voters
for the ensuing General Election, are now
open at my office, Oasis Saloon, Main Street,
Silver City, and will remain open until the
21st day of October next. Vuteri can be regis
tered at any time between the hours of 10
A. M. and 6 P. M. prior to that date.
JT. PORTER GOULD,
Registering Ageut for Silver City Township.
Silver City, Auguat 13,1ST* 18
I^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Book* of Registration of Voter* for
the ensuing General Election, are now open
at my office, in the Court House, Dayton, and
will remain open until the 21st day of Octobei
M. C. HICKEY,
Registering Agent for Dayton Townahlp
Payton, Nevada, August 13,187*. IS
Importer and Jobber In fine
Havana & Domestic Cigars
TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS,
A Bn* variety of
MSERSCHACX. AND ALL KINDS OF
Pipes and Stems
FLAYING CARDS, ETC.
No S3 South C Street, Virginia City.
Cigar Factory, *85 Frost Street. 1*9 Frasclfcc
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SUrer City, Her.
WELL KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY AS A
Pathologist and Physiologist,
Whose Successful Treatment of certain l*hysical Disabilities and func
tional Derangements deservedly entitle him to the
familiar recogniton of the
Would respectfully inform the citiaens 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 biographic detail*, it is sufl.oient to simply promulgate the fact that
Dii SPINNEY'S earliest reputation may be traded back to his inauguration and conduct
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 of
guarantee assurances of success in the eradication of the multiform CHRONIC AFFECTIONS
incident to both sexes in
Through the milium of an effective agency f.»r the detection of the faintest resemblances of
Internal Bronchial Troubles. Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Scrofulous Developments, Paralytic
Proclivities, ordinary or aggravated. Catarrhs, Hepatic Diseases. Dravelous DejHisito, Hemor
rhoids, etc., the Doctor ascertains their true condition, and treatB with success.
DR. .SPINNEY professes and assumes not only to give temporary relief, bnt 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-crooping.
To the Ladies,
DR. SPINNEY, while naturally impressed with the delicacy of the subject, feels no delicacy
in assuring that, in conjunction with a competent knowledge of their sufferings, such as
Nervousness, Headache, pain in the Back. Neuralgia. Spinal Weakness. Loss of Appetite.
Lassitude, Prolapsus Uteri. Retroversions or Displacement of the Womb, Vaginal Irregu
larities, Leuchorrea. Dyspepsia. Indigestion. Constipation, and the many petty irritating dis
tractions that almost invariably Lave their origin the uterine region, he can afford them im
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. wbu» 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 lie severe. Those suffering from Rheuma
tism. Neuralgia. Scrofula. Salt Rheum. Paralysis, Fits. Spinal Disease. St. ^itms
Dance Liver Complaint. Asthma, Catarrh. Heart Disease, (travel, etc., and are tired of
taking mineral drugs, will do well to come and try the Doctor's new method of
cure, as it will, if projierly 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 us© 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 your trouble may lie. come and lot the Doctor examine»y»ur caae. If il is
Curable he will tell ,<>u so—if not, he u-ill tell you that; for be will not undertake a caae unless
he la confident of effecting a cure. It will coat you nothing for consultation, so please call
and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands yours case. Or. S. cures humors and
diseases of tA« 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 b.
C O AT SULTATION F It K K !
Who may be sufftniug from the effect* of youthful follier or iudiacre
tion. will do well to avail th^uiaelves of this, the great* *t
boon ever laid at the alter of sufferiug humanity. i
Dr Spinney will guarantee to forflfct five hundred dollars
for every case of seminal weakness, nr private disease of any
kind or character, which he undertakes and fails to cure. He
would, therefore, say 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 you 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 no assis
tance; when the doors of hope will be 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 before your case is beyond
the reach of medical skill, or be
fore grim death hurries you
to a premature grave.
Middle Aged Men!
°f ,b® *** °f *h'r,J t0 ***<7 »*>o »re troubled with too frequent evacuations
cd th. blader, often accompanied by a .light smarting or burning aenantiun. and
V *!nmi£r 1v* 5*Uo5* cannot account for; on examining tbe urinary deposits a
foun^t£P<iaometlmea small particles of albumen will Appear
or the color will be of a thin or mtlklah line, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance
ofHndutI^k££? Wr>° T °nV'‘" d‘ffltult-r' *fmoraut of tbe eauae which ia the seSSod stage
S tr^nTm-u?^ ‘ Perf*C* Care in 411 8ucb ““»•
amli,ulonNO w“bout * p®r*°“l inter™'» with tba patient, and a proper ex
VOnly ona lntarvlaw required in e majority of caaae.
Dastey uold ayb SILVER
Milling Company.—Location of prin
cipal place of business. City and County 0f
San Francisco. California—Location of works.
Devil’s Gate Minin* District, Lyon County.
State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given that
at a meeting of the Director!, held on the
Sixth day of August, 1874, an assessment of
seventy-five cents per share was levied upon
the capital stock of the corporation, payable
immediately in United States gold coin, to
the Secretary, at the office of the Company,
320 California street, San Francisco, Galifor
nia. A,uy stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the eighth day of Sep
tember. 1874, will be delinquent, and adver
tised for sale at public auction; and unleaa
payment is made before, will be sold on
WEDNESDAY, the thirtieth day of Septem
ber. 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment,
togethc r with the costs of advertising and ex
penses of sale.
GEORGE R. SPINNEY. Secretary,
320 California Street, Room No. 5, San Fran
cisco. Cal. 16td
CARSON COMPANY. LOCATION OF
principal plact 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 ».f
said company, held on the 25th day of July,
1874, an assessment (No, 3), of Five (.OP)
cents per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation, payable immediate,
ly in I*. 8. gtdd coin, to the 8ecretary, at the
office of the Company, W'aitz’ 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 be deemed delinquent, and
will be duly advertised for sale, at public
auction, and unless payment shall be made
before, will t*» sold on TUESDAY, the fif
teenth day of September, 1874, to pay the de
linquent assessment, together with costa of
advertising and expenses of sale. By order of
the Board of Trustees.
ADOLPHUS WAITZ, Secretary.
Buckeye gold and silver mining
Company, location of principal place of
business, San Francisco, California. Location
of works. Devils (.rate 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
stiH-k of 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 stock 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 mads
liefore, will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 10th
day of September. 1874, to pay the delinquent
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
TO THE AFFLICTED !
DR. D. P. BROWN.
FB1HH SEVENTH SON. A NATIVE OK
ft. Great Britain, and for 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 continue
to cure when all others fail, every condition
of disease which patients generally require to
be kept secret. Thousands can testify to the
gnat success of l)r. D. P Brown, the treat
ment of Gonorrhcea. Gleet, Strictures. Dis
eases of the Blader and Kidneys. Kyphillis 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 nos*.
Scrofula, together with an almost endless
uumber of sufferings, are earnestly desired to
apply while they may yet be restored to
Dr. D. P. Brown'* Far-Famed
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
cines can be had only of Dr. D. P. Brown, at
his private office, where every sjnicies of se
cret disease is successfully treated. Remem
ber .hat thousands who have given up ever
again enjoying health, have been fully restor
ed by the infallible preparation!* of Dr. D. P.
lO THE LADIES!
Ladies can consult theDort* r < u all private
ami delicate derangements, with the assurar.«
of relief. No lady should Ik* without a b*>x
of Dr. D. P. Brown's Female Regulating Pill*,
a safe and effectual remedy for all are Lilian
ties and obstructions, no matter from what
cause. Caution.—These pills should not be
| used during pregnancy, ** they are sure to pro
Young Men, Take Particular Notice.
You who, by indulging in certain solitary
practices, or from other cauae have contract
j ed that mind-harrow ing and l»ody-de*troying
disease, m minal weakness, can be restored to
heath by applying either in person or by let
ter. to Dr. D. P. Brown.
Parties living in the country, on forwarding
a fee of $10, and a statement of their case,
will be treated as effectually as by personal
The Moat Successful Practiitioner on the
Pacific Coast has located at
Virginia City, Nevada,
Where he will at all times be found ready to
aid the unfortunate tas thousands can testify
to his success) in the treatment of
Gonorrloea, Gleet. Strictures. Diseases of
the Bladder. Kidneys. Syphilis in all its terri
ble forms, old lingering cases of the most hor
rible classes of diseases, where the body has
become poisoned, producing blotches on the
face, small watery blisters, ulcers, pain iu the
head and bones, eruptions of the scalp, males
of the bones, Ulcerated Throat and Xow.
SCROFULA, together with an almost endles*
number of sufferings. Patients are earnestly
deaired to apply while they may yet be
restored to health. -
Dr. D. P. BROWN’S
Constitution Pills and Blood Medicines!
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. These medi
cinee can only be had of Dr. D. P. Bjown. tX
his Private Office, where every secret disease
is successfully treated. Remember that thou
sands who have given up ever again enjoying
health, have Ikm ii fully restored by the in
fallible preparations of the
Celebrated Constitution Fills!
The effects of which medicine art? truly won
derlul iu Billious Complaints, and all disess
es of the Liver and Kidneys, and all Chronic
has uo equal known to the profession, iu ef
fecting speedy and radical cures, aft thousand*
of miffhv* in the Atlantic and -Pacific Stats*,
throughout Europe, can, and have testified
The discovery of tuis (.HEAT REMEDY
was made bv Dr. Brown in the year IM?.
while sojourning among the Indians at Lake
bnperior. As to it* wonderful cures, he uo*
has thousands of certificates front his patienw
from every part of the civilised world.
ff^Call and see them.
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