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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
An Extraordinary Cocrtship. One of the celebrities of Sow Jersey is a Trenton colonel, banker, editor, and patron of literature, the tine arts, fine horses and finances. A widow lady recently moved to Tren ton, who owned a tine horse, which the colonel saw and became desir ous of possessing. He visited the fair owner, but she would not part with the valuable animal. The colonel, being a widower, after a short reflection, determined to pos sess both the fine horse and the fine lady. He pushed his suit with such ardor that in three weeks from the date of his first visit to see the horse, he and the widow were engaged to be married. Two days before the time fixed for the wedding the colo nel had a carriage filled with flowers of the choicest varieties and, accom panied by his intended, he visited his former wife's grave and decora ted the grounds and the handsome monument he had erected to her memory, in the most tasteful man ner. The next day the loving couple visited another cemetery, where they handsomely decked the grave of the lady's dead husband, and af ter having made these peaoe-ofwings to the names of their departed loves, the colonel and the widow were next day married, and started on their happy wedding tour. John Sime's Bank Pay's in Full. I Two years ago John Sime, a banker of San Francisco, died suddenly. I Shortly afterwards it was discovered ; that his bank, which had borne a j good reputation, was insolvent. Next went dow n the banking house ot It. 1 F. Hastings A Co., of Sacramento, j which had some sort of partnership j connection with Sime’s Bank. Among the assets ot the latter were , a large amount of Washoe mining ! stock, considered at the time of very | small worth. But an unexpected rise in those very stocks, months I after Sime’s death, wrought a very [ favorable turn in the affairs of the bank, and even the creditors of Has- j tings A Co. came in for a hit of the good fortune. Instead of paying | only about titty cents on the dollar, | as was at the time of the suspension expected, Sime’s Bank will now pay j every dollar in full, and Hasting s I Bank, w hich at one time was viewed j as nearly wholly bankrupt, will pay j fifty cents on the dollar; while 1 Sime's w idow will have left to her a handsome competence. This final j settlement of the estate and business | has been reached through the Cali fornia Supreme Court. Tomatoes. — An exchange pub lishes the following beneficial prop erties of the tomato as given by a distinguished physician, and which will probably tend to encourage its more general use: 1. That the tomato is one of the most powerful aperients of the ma teria medica, and that in all those af fections of the liver and organs Yvhere calomel is indispensible, it is probably one of the most effective and less harmful remedical agents known to the profession. 2. That the chemical extract pill can be obtained from it which will altogether supercede the use of cal omel in the cure of disease. 3. That he has successfully treat ed diarrhiea with this article alone. 4. That when used as an article of diet, it is almost a sovereign reme dy for dyspepsia and indigestion. *5. That the eitizen in ordinary j should make use of it either raw, j cooked or in the form of catsup, with their daily food, as it is a most healthful article. How a Pedagogue Makes Love. —Mr. Mills, Southside school sup erintendent, makes out examination papers for teachers in a way peculiar ; to himself, winding up every ques- j tion with “If so, why?” or “If not, ] why not?” One of the teacliers tells j this story about him: She said she boarded at the same house where his | “girl" boarded. One night he came, rang the bell, and asked the servant “is Miss--in, and if so, why? Is she engaged, and how?” Then he went in, and the little tattletale, listening at the keyhole, heard him say: “My darling, do you love me? It not, why not;” After a while— “Give a synopsis of your employ ment during the week. Analyze thoroughly and completely the state of your sentiments toward mo.” When he left after kissing her, he remarked, “Be prepared on next Sunday at half past two p. m., to state accurately at concisely when, where and whom, and under what circumstances our marriage shall be performed.”—Indianapolis Sentinel. Another Victim.—At a very suc cessful seanee in Cincinnati a man burst into tears when the medium described very accurately a tall, blue-eved spirit standing by him, with light whiskers and his hair parted in the middle. “Do you know him?” inquired a friend, in a sympathetic whisper. “Know him? I guess I do!" replied the unhappy man wiping his eyes. “ He was engaged to my wife. If he hadn’t died he would have been her hus band instead of me. O George, George,” he murmured, in a voice choked with emotion, “why did you peg out?” The people ot Delaware want to have a big race for Governor, but we can’t see how they possibly can, un less they get permission to run it in some other State. A California newspaper chroni cles the fact that a defaulting county treasurer Irom that State has “turned up’’ in one of the Kyi Islands, where he lias a plantation and a dock of native wive*. Right or Phe-emptobs to File More than One.—Hon. S. 8. Burdett, Commissioner of the General Land Office, addressed the Regls ister and Receiver at Humboldt, California, as follows on June 29 1874: Gentlemen: Referring to the register’s let ter ..f May 29. 1874. in reference to the case of Th« mas J. Whitlow. I have to say that by the decision of the Supreme Court of the United Statt s at the Decemb* r term of 1871, in the | case of Johnson vs. Townsley (13 Wallace, page 72,) the fourth section, of the a« t of March 3. 1843. concerning ’two declaratory statements by the same preernptor. is confined to pre-emptions upon land subject to private entry. It is. therefore, held by this office. 1st: That the pre-emption law does not restrict a pre emptor as to the number of filings be may make upon unoffered lam! prior to his i>er fecting a pre-emption claim. 2d: A pre-emp tor may abandon a flliug upon one tract and make a subsequent filing upon an -ther tract, or he may make said second filing without abandoning the former. 3d: A pre-emptor exhaults his pre-emption privilege by proving up and making entry, even of the smallest le gal subdivision, after which he is not entitled to file. PROCE E DINGS OF THE LYON COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE A T A MEETING OF THE UNION Republican Central Committee of Lyon County. Nevada, held at the Court House, in Dayton, on the 22d day of August. A. D. 1874. the time for holding Republican Primaries for the Election of Delegates to the County Convention was fixed for Wednesday, September 16, 1874. Polls to be open from 9 o’clock A. M. to 7 o’clock P. M. on that day. The Judges, or a majority of them, are authorized to close the Polls in their Precinct between the hours of 2 o’clock P. M. and 5 o’clock P. M., if they deem it expedient. The Delegates are apportioned as follows : Dfcyton Precinct.8 Silver City Precinct.8 Sutro Precinct.4 Churchill Precinct.2 Eureka Mill Precinct.2 Polls at the following places : Dayton—At the Court House. Judges—J. C. Gruber, L. Morrill and Charles Moore. Silver City—At Armory Hall. Judges—R. C. Ibizan. It. A. Young and Theo. Vincent. Sutro—At St*»rehouse. Judges — L. Lamb, Thos. Wartel 1 and H. W. Thompson. Churchill- At Bucklands. Judges — S. S. Bnckland, D. Burster and Augustus Perkins. Eureka Mill—At the office of Eureka Mill. Judges—W. K. Williams, C. G. Record and James O. Gara. The County Convention to be held at the Court House in Dayton, Saturday, September 19, 1874. at IO o'clock, A. M. For the purpose of electing six delegates to the State Convention to convene at Winne mucca on Thursday, September 24th, 1874, and to nominate the following ticket, to wit: One State Senator. Three Assemblymen. One District Judge. One Sheriff. One County Clerk. One District Attorney. One County Treasurer. One County Recorder. One County Assessor. One Public Administrator. One County Superintendent Public Schools. One County Surveyor. One County Commissioner (long term). One County Commissioner (short term). Three Trustees for each school district: one Justice of the Peace and Constable for each township: and to elect a County Central Com mittee for the ensuing year. Resolved—That each additional Election Pre einct legally established in this county, subse quently to this date, shall be entitled t" a representation to the County Convention of one representative, the place of holding polls, and Judges, to be announced at a subsequent meeting of this Committee. • Test to govern Primaries to be hereafter announced by this Committee. JAMES CRAWFORD. Attest L. L. Crockrtt, Sec’y. COURT—HOUSE, LYON CO., NEV. At a called meeting of the Union Republi can County Central Committee of said Lyon County, the following test to govern the Pri maries at the coming election was, on motion, adopted, to wit : First—Are you a citizen of the United States and of the State of Nevada, or will you be a qualified elector at the next ensuing election ? Second—Did you vote for a majority of the Republican Ticket at the general election in 1872, or would you have done so had you had an opportunity ? Third—Will you support the Republican State and County Ticket at the next election ? JAMES CRAWFORD, Chairman. L. L. Crockett. Secretary. Dayton, Sept. 5th, A.D. 1874. I860. 1874. Pioneer Laundry, NORTH OF VIRGIN A, JOS. F. & G- W. HALL, Proprietors. This old established and relia ble Lauudry 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 ace’s Fruit Store. 122 South C street. 6 JOB. F. & G. W. HALL. NOTICE. TBARTIES KNOWING THEMSELVES IN debted to me for Virginia Miners’ Union PICNIC TICKETS, will pleaxe make immediate settlement. JOHN McTlOUE. DELINQUENT NOTICE. BrCKETE GOLD AND SILVER MINING Company. location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works. I'cvil's (late District. Lyon County. Nevada.- Notice.—Then'are delinquent upon the following described Stts-k, on account of Assessment .No 11) levied on the 31 at day d duly. 1874. tin several amounts set opposite tbe'namea of the respective Shareholders, as follows: Names. No. Cert. Sits. Amt. Cahill * Fox. Trustees.... 4'14 lot) I 50 IK) Cahill A Fox. Trustees. .. 1503 20 10 00 Cope Geo W. Trustee.1301 50 in 00 Crandall W (t. Trustee.... 1141 23 11 50 Crandall W O. Trustee ... .1142 20 1:1 00 Crandall W 14. Trustee.., .1010 4 0-10 2 30 Crandall W ti. Trustee. .. .1017 5 2-10 2 00 Duncan W L, Trustee.1510 50 25 00 Duncan W L. Trustee .... 1620 10 5 00 Dobinsoti. ■I H. Trustee . .1482 300 450 IK) Dobinson •I H. Trustee... 1490 ISO 30 IK) Drexler, 1. P A Co. Trus tees...1028 50 25 00 Drexler L P A Co. Trus tees . HK3 70 35 00 Drexler L PA Co, Trus tees .1491 14 7 00 Drexler L P A Co. Trus tees .1623 10 5 00 Fennell Win. Trustee. 887 50 25 00 Fennell Will, Trustee.... 1032 10 5 tip Fisher E. Trustee.1277 ltk> 50 00 Glazier I A Co. Trustees.. 1001 10 6 00 Glazier I A Co, Trustees..1637 2 1 0" Grav S C, Trustee.1553 120 60 1 Hi Hill.I.dm. Trustee. 964 28 14 '«> Hill John. Trustee.1641 5 6-10 2 so KuowlesCE.1669 10 5 t»l Knowles C E.1683 10 5 00 Marve G T. Trustee. 445 50 25 00 Man e G T. Trustee.1050 2 1 00 Marina r. i ae ms. Marina E J de Sta.1651 20 10 00 Maguire Jos. Trustee.1:578 59 29 50 Maguire Jos. Trustee.1.379 60 30 oi) Maguire Jos. Trustee.1652 11 8-10 5 90 Maguire Jos. Trustee.1660 12 6 00 Owens TbosJ. Trustee... 470 5 0 25 00 ()wens Tints J. Trustee... 1666 10 5 00 O'Connor Thds. Trust* * .. 1522 138 69 00 Pritchard J A.1029 1 00 50 Prit. hard J A.1668 2-10 (Hi 10 Ri -hardson E A. Trust* *.. 329 50 25 *«> Richardson E a. Trustee.. 421 12 6 00 Kir hardson E A. Trustee.. 839 50 25 00 Richards* n R Trustee.. 1031 17 8 50 Richardson E A. Trustee.. 1479 50 25 00 Richardson K A. Trustee.. 1670 2 4-10 1 20 Iti* hardson E A. Trust* * ..1674 3 4-10 1 70 Rose L S. Trustee.1462 50 25 00 Rose L S. Trustee.1576 20 10 00 Sleeper Geo, Trustee. 6513 50 26 no Schudtt C A. Trustee. 699 4 2 00 Schmitt C A. 'Trustee.1685 8-10 0 40 Sankey C A. Trustee.1556 51 1 50 Smith S B.1633 20 10 00 Tippett J E. Trustee. ...1124 15 7 50 Truer R E. Trustee.1598 2124 1062 00 Wheeler H T. Trustee.... 1554 60 30 00 Wolfes G. Trustee.1510 20 10 00 Wolfes G. Trustee.1524 100 50 00 Wiard E.1698 2 100 And in accordance with law. and an order of the Board of Directors, made on tin* Twenty first day of July. 1874. so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction at the Auction Rooms of John Middleton A Son, 310 Mont gomery Street, on WEDNESDAY, the 16th da.. da> ot September. 1874. at the hour of one o'clock 1\ M. »t such day. to pay the delin quent assessments thereon, together with tin* costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ■ SANE I V. S* Office.—Room 20. No. 331 Montgomery St.. San Francisco, California. 26td DELINQUENT SALE. CARSON MINING COMPANY —Location of principal place of business, Carson City, Nevada. Location of works. Silver City. Lyon County, Nevada. Notice—There an* delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of assessments (No. 2), levied on the 25tli day of April, and (No. 3) tin* 26th day of July. 1874. tin* several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows : Names. No. Cert. Shs. Amt. T D Edwards.25.2000... .$100 00 T I) Edwards.!. .24.1000.... 50 .. James Duffv.12.1000.... 50 .. James I >uffy.22.1000.... 50 .. James Duffy.23.1000.... 50 .. Richard Gaines.17 .. .2000.... :ton .. Win S Wood.10.2000_ 100 Win Wood burn.32. 100.... 10 .. Ellen Parkinson.31. 100.... 5 .. TOS Moran.25.. ..25(H)_ 250 .. TOS Moran.26 . 500 50 .. TOS Moran.27.1000_ 1(H) .. RB Sharp.34. 500.... 75 .. Geo Atkinson.13.40*hi_ 200 .. Geo Atkinson.39. 2(H)_ 10 .. Geo Atkinson.40. 1(H).... 5 .. Geo Atkinson.41. 100 ... 5 .. Geo Atkinson.42. 1(H)... 5 .. Geo Atkinson.43. 120. .. 6 Geo Atkinson.44. 40_ 2 .. Geo Atkinson.45.... 40- 2 .. Geo Atkinson. Trustee. .30 . 500 50 .. Edw Cadwalader.35.1000- 50 .. Josiah Howell.36.1000.... 50 . HE Terry.37.1000.... 50 Frank W Marvin. ..38.1000. ... 50 . And in accordance with law and an order "f the Board of Directors, made on the 25th day of July. 1874. so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the office <>f the Company, Waltz’s Building. No. 13 King street. Carson City. Nevada, on TEESDAY. the Fifteenth day <>f September, 1*74. at the hour of l o'clock P. M. of said day. to pay sail! delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs oi advertising ami expenses of the sale. ADOLPHES WAITZ. Secretary. Office—IT. S. Land Office, Carson City. Nevada JAB. A. LEONARD, F.D. M. FOSTER. LEONARD & FOSTER Dealers in Groceries, WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS. Tobacco. Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Cutter and Miller's Old Bourbon Whiskies. ACENTS: VIRGINIA ICE COIMP'NY Wells, Fargo & Co’s Brick Building, Main fit. SILVER CITY. NEVADA. Registration Notice. WTOTICE 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. Voters can be regis tered at any time between the hours of 10 A. M. and 6 P. M. prior to that date. J. PORTER GOULD, Registering Agent for Silver City Township. Silver City, August 12,1874. 18 Registration Notice. WTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Books of Registration of Voters for the ensuing General Election, are now open at ray office, in the Court House, Dayton, and will remain open until the 21st day of o« t >ber next. M. C. HICX£Y, Registering Agent for Dayton Township. Dayton, Nevada, August 12, 1*74. 1* -THE V 1 1 I NEWSPAPt#f & JOB PRINTING OFFICE! SII. VER CITY..NEVA DA. The Times is PrBLHHsn TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SUNDAY OF EACH WEEK, Ami contains all the Local News of Storey ami Lyon Counties, together with the Associated Press Dispatches FROM THE EAST AND WEST, And a carefully Selected Summary of news from all parts of the STATE OF NEVADA, Compiled from our Exchanges. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT! You can have it delivered in | VIRGINIA CITY. GOLD HILL, SILVER CITY, DAYTON ob SUTRO, By Carrier.at 25 Ceuta per Week. By Mail.$3 for Six Months. The Times offers superior facilities to ADVERTISERS of VIRGINIA, GOLD HILL, SILVER CITY aXX) DAYTON. The low price of subscription places it in the hands of Families, Miners and Business Men alike. PRICES VERY LOW. Orders for Plain or Fasct Pbixtiso, such as Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Letterheads, Cards, 8teck Certificates, Promptly attended to, at Virginia Prices, and in a manner not to be excelled in the State. AddrlM, “ TI’VTES ” CTTICE, - il\ er Olty Nev. I UNION REPUBLICAN State Central Committee. At a meeting of the union re puMii an State Central Committee, held in Virginia City, June 24th, 1874. it was Resolved. That a State Couvention of the Union Republican party be held at Win nemucca on Thursday, September 24tli, 1874. to nominate candidates for the following of fices, to-wit: Governor. Lieutenant Governor, Represent ative in Congress, two Justices of the Supreme Court (long and short tonus). Secretary of State. Attorney General, Treasurer of State, 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 he entitled to one delegate at large, one for each loO votes and one for each fraction over 50 votes cast for J. \V. Haines, Presidential Elector, ut the general ejection of 1872. Resolved. That the test to 1>C • qmred or all vot* r* at tl “ primary electioT of the par ty shall l>e : First—Are you a citizen of the I'nited States and State of Nt vada. or will you bt a lawful voter at the ensuing election? Second —will you support the nominees of the Republican State and County Convention a» the next election? Resolved. That the several county commit tees Ik* recommended to adopt stu b other means and tests as may seem to them neces sary to the promotion of purity and fairnegs at the primaries. Delegates an- apportioned to the several counties as follows: Churchill. 1 Douglas. 2 Elko. 7 Esmeralda. 4 Humboldt . 5 Lincoln. 9 Lander. 5 Eureka. 5 Nye. 4 Ormsby. rt Storey.27 Washoe. f> White Pine. S Lyon. 6 Total.9o C. R. ZABRISKIE. Chairman. Geo. A. Kino. Secretary. C. A. NOLTEMEIER. METROPOLITAN BOOT AND SHOE STORE 10S SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA, NEVADA. FB1AKES pleasure in informing the Citizens B 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 GENTS, BOYS’, LADIES’ and CHILDREN’S BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, and he wishes all to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as he can ami will off* r superior inducements to any house in the Stat*-. T. R. FARR, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER Silver City, Nevada. Repairing promptly attended to. Orders solicited. 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, D STREET.VIRGINIA. GOLD HILL LUMBER YARD MAIN STREET, . - GOLD HILL. JUST ABOVE THE RAILROAD CROSSING. B. H. CARRICK & CO. PROPRIETORS. PINE AXII It1.1>WOOD CEIMXG Oregon Pine Flooring, Rustic Pine and Redwood, California Sugar Pine. Plain and Fancy Pickets, Plain and Fancy Pine and Redwood Shingles, Siding, Lath. Moldings, Doors, Blinds, Windows, Transoms, Etc. 4 B. H. CARRICK k CO. Fulton Foundry! ( O X THE D I V I D E.) MANUFACTURES Mill k Mining Machinery CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS Made to order at the lowest rates. REPAIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION done at short notice and on reason able terms. 7 M. WERTHEIMER, Importer and Jobber in fine Havana & Domestic Cigars TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS, A line variety of MEERSCHAUM, AND ALL KINDS OF Pipes and Stems PLAYING CARDS, ETC. No. 64 Smith C Street. Virginia City. Cigar Factory, 4J5 Front Street, San Francisco _ASSESSMENT NOTICES. ■mrmoiNiA city coal company^ ▼ Location of Works, El Dorado Canon Lyon County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held on the First (1st) day of September, A. D 1874, an assessment (No. 3) of Ten (10) Cents per share was levied upon the capital stork 0f said Company, payable immediately in I'nited States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the of the Company, Room No. 7. Medin Building North C Street, Virginia City, Nevada. And any stock upon which this assesRnifnt shall remain unpaid on THURSDAY, the First (1st) day of October, A. I>. 1874. shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly a(j. vertised for sale at public auction, and iinleaa payment is made l>efore, will be sold on SATURDAY, the Thirt>-first (31st) day of October, A. D. 1874. to pay delinquent asses*, ment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. F. C. LORD. Secretary. Office—Room No. 7. Medin Building. North C Street, Virginia City, Nevada. 27-td J Kossuth mining company, loca. tion of principal place of business. s»n Francisco, California. Location of works, Devil’s Gate District. Lynn County, Nevada Notice is hereby given that, at a meeting of th* Directors, held on the 25th day of August. 1874. an assessment (No. 2) of Twenty-five(25)’ cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediate, lv in U. S. gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company. Room No. 3, Hayward’s Building, No. 41'.» California street, San Fran cisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Twen ty-liftli day of September. 1X74, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly adver tised for sale, at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the Fourteenth day of October, 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment, togs, ther with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. EDWARD F. STONF. Secretary. Office—Room No. 3. Hayward's Building. No. 419 California 8aa Fnncisco, California. San Francisco, Cal., August 25, 0874. C'l OODMAN GOLD AND SILVER MINING M Company. Location of principal place of business—Virginia City. Storey County. Nevada. Location of Works—Lyon County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of th*- Directors, held on Saturday, the 22d day of August, A. I). 1X74, an assess ment (N tie cent 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, Room No. 2, Mediu Building, North C Street. Virginia City, Nevada. Any stock ui*on which this assessment shall remain un paid on WEDNESDAY, the 23d day of Sep tember, A. D. 1*74, will be deemed delin quent and advertised for sale at public Auc tion, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on FRIDAY, the 23d day of October, 1x74, at 12 M. "f that day. at th*- office of the Company, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. MILES GOODMAN. Secretary. Office. Room No. 2. 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