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TRI-WEEKLY TIMES
Published every
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday,
By FRANK KENYON.
TERMS:
One copy, per annum, - - $ I O OO
One copy. Fix months, - - 5 CO
One copy, three months, - - 3 00
By Cnrrier, - - 25 rents n week.
Lyon County Times,
VOL,. 1.
SILVER CITY, NEVADA, SEPT. 17, 1874.
TRI WEEKLY TIMES
NO. 33.
JOB PRINTINC.
WZ ARK PREPARED TO PRINT, AT
short notice, and Virginia prices,
CARDS, POSTERS, BILLHEADS
Circulars, Labels,
Mill Blanks, Receipts,
Legal Bjanks, Ac.
L.IDKS TO E1VK1 JADt]
The boofl is bealrig brighdly love
The sdars are shidig t* >•»;
While I ah gazig dreabily
Add thiffkig love of yon ;
Yon caddot, oh. you raddot kdow,
By darlig. how I hiss you—
(Oh. whadt a fearful fold I’ve got-m
Ck-tish-u'. Ck*ck-li*A-u!) W
I’h sittig id the arbor love
Where yon sat by my side.
Wbed od that oalb. Autubdal <hght
Yon said you’d be by l»ride.
Oh. for wild bobedt to caress
Add tederly to kiss vou ;
B idt do! we re beddy biles apart ~
(Ho-raiA-o! Ck-ek-fuA-u!)
This . harliig evedig brigs to bide
The tibe whed first we bet;
It aeebs budt odly Yesterday,
By hopes oh. do dot dash theb !
(Oodfoud by cold, ’tis geltig worse—
Ck-ftiA-u! Ck-ck-tArcuA-eb!)
Good bye by darlig Bary Jade
The biii-dight hour is dear.
Add it is hardly wise by love
For be to ligger here :
The heavy d« ws are fallig fast,
A fod gf»od dight I wish yon :
(Ho-ra.<A-o!—there it is agaid—
Gk-fArojA-ub ! Ck-ek-b*A-u !)
—Scribner's Monthly
Women op tf^k Soi'th.—Like the
■captive Hebrews, they sing not now
tln> songs that once waked to music
sweet their David’s harp, for that
harp now bangs upon the willows
by the river of Rabylon, where they
sit down anil weep over fallen Judea.
True, they sing the songs of marri
age feasts arid vintage ingatherings,
yet they come with flowers and tears
to testify their sympathy in the sor
row of their land, and their undying
appreciation of their gallant dead.
What better offering: lias sorrow or
grief than the timid heart's ease, or
the modest fern? What purer tosti
monial of the heart than the humble
violet, planted by beauty’s hand
over the loved one's grave? As the
trees that grew over the grave of the
daughter of Thrace, at stated periods,
dropped the tears of their branches
over the re.-tiug-place, so do these
noble women come, when Spring
flowers bloom, to plant the memo
rial shrub, and shed their tears of
love over the human mounds that
tell where our heroes sleep. For
this I give them hotter and praise,
and unfeeling must be the heart that
does not do hotugge to our Southern
women—thu^ perfection of beauty
and the glory of the land. With
them patriotism is a religion, r.nd
love an element of life. The tiourof
idversity is their hour ol triumph.
Does the storm gather and the tem
pest sweep? Man, the Bashan oak,
falls before tbe fury of the blast, but
woman, the willow by the waters,
flourishes, beautiful in her humility
and luxuriant in her sorrow, when
the tempest is oyer. Do the thun
ders crash or the lightnings strike?
Man, the towering pine, is riven by
the stroke. Woman, tbe humble
flower, nestled among our garden
plants, emits a sweet iragranee when
the storm is hushed. Finn, constant,
devoted patriotism, pure as the w a
ters from “ Fhindara's Fount,” en
thuses their bosoms and signalizes
their lives. Meek, gentle, and con
fiding; a devotion and love, sweet as
tile fruits of tlie “ Amrita tree "
characterize their every action.
Generous and seif sacrificing, they
stripped beauty of its jewels and
home of its luxuries for the success
ol their cause and the comfort of
their braves. And now that the flag
is uprolled, and the jacket of gray
hangs empty on the wall, they bring
their offerings of love for those w ho
"Died for the land they could not
sat e.”—Address of Col, Hardeman
in Macon, W«.
How to Treat the Depraved.
I care not how impure a man is in
his personal life, if he will give me
supreme control of his food and
drink, I will pledge myself to so
reform him as he shall become pure
of his conduct in life. He may be
a debauchee, a gambler, a profane
man, a loafer, a man whose passions
are uppermost, so that they riot ^id
revel like a Bio in a brushwood.
Notwithstanding, I wdl agree to so
regulate that man’s life that penal
courts and officers of retributive
justice shall have no need to deal
with him. There is only one pos
sibility of failure in such a case,
wijioh is that tiie man’s vital force
shall have become so ruinously used
up that he is not able to stand the
taxation which change in existing
habits must necessarily impose. If
he is physically incurable of any I
disease, I will not take him as an
example. Hut if he have constitu
tion enough to undergo the neces
sary recovery, I will agree, under
the conditions named above, to cure
hint, not only of his disease, but to
make him outwardly a decent man.
I do not care how dobauchod or
guilty such a man may be. I
Pledge myself that, given complete
supervision of his table prepara
tious, I will bring him where he
wi.l cheerfully wafk in the paths of,
morality ami righteousness.— Dr. j
Johnson.
A divorce c«a« is attracting much
attention in London, in wliioti it ap
[•e»rs that tho respondent obtained
an introduction to his wife through
a matrimonial club, which was in
'ittutcd to provide the members'
w‘th opulent wives. The wife’s for
nno did not turn out so largo as the
""uuiittee had been led to believe it
"as. Hence an appeal to tho courts.
LOUIS GOLDSTONE,
M
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
IRE TVARDWARE.
GOODS, 1 1 GROCERIES.
PROVISIONS, SUGARS and
WINES, TOBACCO.
IIQUORS,
A CLOTHING,
11
OOTS.
HAPS.
LUBRICATING OILS,
CROCKERY
. .. A!fl>_
GLASSWARE.
And a great many other articles too numeroaa
to mention.
Helling all my goods. Wholesale and Retail
at the most reasonable rates. I hope to receive
a share of patronage.
LOUIS GOLDSTONE.
Wain Street, - Silver City. Nevada. ,
T II E
Bank of California
AGENCY,
At Virginia and Cold Hill, Nev.
A. J. RIIATOX. A^ont.
rm^HIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOSITS OF
i Coll, or Currency, either on open ac
count • r t< issue certificate s therefor. paya
ble i at the option of th- holder) in Virginia
or San Fiaudsoo,
Exchange for Sale
NEW YORK, LONDON.
boston. paris.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dt’BLTN.
SACRAMENTO, ETC.
Collections-made on all points. Bullion
Purchased at the most favorable rates. Stocks.
Bonds and ’Legal Tender Notes bought an 1
sold. Agenov for the sale of Quicksilver.
A. J. RALSTON. A gent.
J.t*P. MARTIN. Cashier
VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL
OMNIBUS!
Connecting with cars at Gold
IIill to and from Carson
MMT1LL mane Regular Trips between the
▼ ▼ stands at either end of the r ut<\ as
frequently as the *tate of the road will allow,
from s < ••clock a. m. to 0 o clock r. m.
Will also mtske m trio from1 Piper’s Opera
House to Or)id Hill at the close of the per
formance eatib evening whib the theater is
running.
Fame, 23 0*:?«Ta. Arrau 8 r. m.. 50 Cents.
JACOB WHITE,
PROPRIETOR.
VIRGINIA AND DAYTON
Stage Line.
Carrying the U- S- Mail and
Wells. Fargo & Co's Express- |
J. S. Dallas. Proprietor.!
Virginia,
s A. M. :* l\ M.
liny ton.
s n. :t i». m.
* .1 i; k.
VIRGINIA TO GOI.T> HILL. 25 ri-nts.
•' •• 8I1.VKR. 75 ••
•• •• DAYTON. 11.75
SILVER CITY STAGE,
CONNECTING WITH THE
Cold Hill Omnibus Line
/^“Changd of Time !“**
Leave Silver City,
*:3<> A. M
10:30 A. M.
1:00 P. M.
3:15 P. M.
6:13 T. M.
' Leavfl Gold Hill,
utfo A. M.
I 1I::*0 \ M.
!»J|5 P. M.
4:1.A P. M.
I 7:15 P. M.
Fare Fifty Cents.
ROBED EE k BENNETT, Proprietors.
Dr. R. D. HARRIS,
PHYSICIAN !
SURGEON and
ACCOUCHEUR !
SILVER CITY.
PROFESSIONAL CALLS FROM THE
City ami surrounrtlm; country promptly
attic.led to both Day and Nittht.
J. tv. MILLER is my authorised Collector.
J. POWELL, Jr.
Attorney at Law,
DAYTON.NEV EDA.
OFFICE NEAR JAQC.VS, PIKE STREET.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
G. W. KEITH,
Attorney at Law.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR
LYON COUNTY, NEVADA.
Office, Court House, Dayton.1
WALTER,
ROSENTHAL
& CO,
SILVER CITY, NEV.
DEALERS IN’
OHOeEHIES,
liquors,
HARDWARE,
ETC., ETC'., ETC.
Mil! and Mining Goods
Goons Delivered Free i Charge.
CHARLES E. DE LONG,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE. Black's Building. (up stairs), corner
( and Taylor streets. Virtrinia. Nevada.
LEWIS T. COWic,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
OFFICE, Black's Bnildin". cor. C and Taylor,
VIRGINIA. NEVADA.
E. B. STONEHILL,
Attorney at Law
OFFICE, Blank's Building. up ‘daiva. inrner (’
and Taylor utref ts. Virginia, N* rada.
Notary Public and Commissioner o! Deeds
LINDSAY & DICKSON,
Attorneys at Law !
Office in the Bank Building, entrance on
Taylor Street.
Virginia Cify, - Nevada.
DR. J. M ANSON,
PHYSICIAN
And SURGEON !
(Lath ok Ghass Valley. Cal.)
Office—In Maynard House. - Gold Hill.
P. T. KIRBY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
OPPOSITE DOR WIN'S ASSAY OFFICE,
Main Street Cold Hill.
tiJf', AI J. MeCTTOHEON is :ny authorized
Collector. 4
ROSS E. BROWNE,
IT. S. MINERAL
Deputy Surveyor,
ROOM 8, TAIIOE HOUSE,
VIRGINIA CITY.
F. DcLanza, M. E.
Room 4 Odd Fellows Building, C St.
YIltOlNIA CITY. NEVADA.
Minin.r Engineering, in a!! its branches, |
promptly attended to.
CHAS. V. BOISOT.
Stock Broker,
SILVER CITY, - - NEVADA.
Stocks Bought, Sold
and Carried on Margins.
JNO. W. CRIER,
Broker, Notary Public,
COMMISSION KK OF DEEDS
l«H I'll.llllKMt.
OFFICE -WELLS. FARGO .A CO.'S liRICK
BUILDING, SII.VER CITY. NEVADA.
G. C. FISH,
Lodging’House and Saloon.
F*,HK FINEST SPRING MATTUASSES IN
JL towit. im* a rail.
Fish's Chop House.i
Main Street,
lla> Ion.
BARBER SHOP.
fWl ZA0HAR1A.H, WITH ASSISTANTS.
Ji_ • can always b< found ai hkffhop, Silver
City, prepared to do
Hair Cutting. Shampooing, and Shaving'
iu the most tasteful manner possible. Give
him a call.
J R. SH A W.
OF Vl.F.R IN
HAY, CRAIN and WOOD,
Main Street.Payton.
STOCK BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK j
SPRING & SUMMER 1874.
J. CORNWELL. 39 N. C ST. VIRGINIA,!
«■ AN’I E ACT DU EH AND DEALER IN ECU
jLvM niture. Mattrasses, ami Beddin Corn
well spring bed. The Cornwell couiplet spring
is the only self supporting, ami cannot get
out of order. Eight other stylo «t' lied* manu- i
fu tured by us Agency for Madam Deiuor
eet'a reliable patterns. Stamping done. I
; Meyer & Stegman
Wholesale and lit tail Dealers iu
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
HARDWARE,
a
CLOTHING.
MILL GOODS ! ,
DRY GOODS!
Crockery. Liquors.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Corner of Main and Pike Streets,
It A Y'TOX, NEVADA.
Alhambra Saloon
West side of Main street,
Sir.VKR CITY, NEVADA
Leeoney & Charest,
Proprietors.
Importers and dealer^ ill choice old
Whiskies
Whiskies
Whiskies
Whiskies
Wines
BraudieH
Brandies
Brandies
Brandies
Cigars
(Mtrars
Cigar*
Whiskies.
Wines,
Brandies,
Havana Cigars.
Whiskies
Whiskies
Whiskies
Whiskies
Wines
W ines
Brandies
Brandies
Brandies
Brandies
Cigars
U
WING MOVKD INTO THEIR NEW AND
commodious building, have fitted up an
ELEGANT CLUB ROOM.
Colombo Saloon,
AIEX WITTMANN.
PROPRIETOR.
Formerly of Colombo Saloon. C street
Virginia City. Neveda.
\T.W\YS on hand the choicest Brands <*f
Wines. Liquors and Cigars. My old
friends, and as imuv new ones as can, are res
pectfully invited to give me a eall.
Main St. Silver Citj', Nev.
O D E O N
Saloon and Hall,
PIKE STREET, DAYTON.
r(!HE CHOICEST BRANDS OF W L k C.
E at ljh. and '■ cents, constantly on
hand. FANCY DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
Ice Delivered
T" all parts of Silver City and Dayton.
G. G. CODDINGTON.
Lucas’ Saloon.
MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEV.
Constantly on hand a choice supply of.
Wines,
Liquors,
and Cigars.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO I.ET.
L. T. McLAIN,
Mound House Saloon
V. & T. R. R.
The very best qualities of WINES, LIQUORS
and CIGARS constantly on hand.
lU" All Trains stop long enough for pas
sengers to SAMPLE LIQUORS. 28-tf
ARMORY HALL
BILLIARD SALOON.
MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY, NEVADA.
TIJOYE8 A HALL CAM. ATTENTION TO
l.Ni their superior stock of
Wines and liquors.
They have one the best and latest improved
BILLIARD TABLES
for the use and pleasure of their many friends.
Yosemite Saloon
CLUB ROOMS !
BOYCE & DUNCAN, - - Proprietors.
;U SOUTH C STREET.VIRGINIA.
MOST ELEGANT FARO, KENO and TWF.N
TY-ONE ROOMS IN THE STATE!
Virginia and Silver City
BUS TERMINUS!
gjllXK WINKS AND LIQUORS.
Wr ENGLISH ALE \NP PORTER.
CUTLERY. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ETC.
Opposite Petaluma Mill.
LOWER OOL1> HI LI.
4
C. V. BOISOT,
DRUCCIST &
APOTHECARY,
SILVER CITY NEVADA.
IN ADDITION TO A FULL ASSORTMENT
of Fancy Ar
• !<•!«>«* an«l Perfumery Imported direit
from Now York:
... A FULL LINE OF....
Mill Chemicals!
such as rf' y ■
Sulph. of Copper,
Cyanide of Potash,
Acids, Sodium,
ETC. ETC. ETC.
Also h full assortment of Paints, Oils, Win
dow Glass and Wall Paper, nt greatly reduced
—AGENT OF—
Chicago Enamel Paint Works.
Physicians preemptions accurately com
pounded.
Silver City. July 4th, 1874.
Dayton Drug Store !
DR. J. C. HAZLETT,
Dealer In
Drugs,
Medicines, *
Chemicals,
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
EVERY ARTICLE IS IM RE AND FRESH.
B/’Ti'rnis reasonable and prices satisfactory.
Pike street, Dayton, Nevada.
OASIS SALOON
BILLIARD HALL!
MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY,
Fireproof Uriels Building, under Masonic Hall.
C. Becker, - Proprietor.
Constantly on hand the finest
Old Brandies
Old Brandies Dnonrlioc Old Brandies
Old Brandies Dl dllultlo, Old Brandies
Old Brandies
Pure Old Bourbon Whisky,
California Wines,
BASS' ALE, XXX PORTER,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
Polite attend cuts to serve all who may favor
me with a call.
International Saloon
Refitted and Refurnished
MAKING IT ONE OF THE
Most Elegant Places in
VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA.
Finest Wines
and Liquors.
Stock report received daily, also tiles of the
lending papers.
Open All Night!
JOHNNY PIDGE, - - Proprietor.
Chrysopolis Saloon,
MAIN STREET
SILVER CITY.NEVADA.
-ICST BELOW POST OFFICE
WINES.
LIQUORS &
CIGARS.
CLUB ROOM ATTACHED.
JOSEPH MUNCKTON, Proprietor.
Adriatic Saloon!
No. 8 South C street,
HENRY STEPHENS. PROPRIETOR.
CHOICEST QUALITIES OK
WHISKIES,
Brandies. Wines,
Ale and Porter,
OLD KENTUCKY GOLD DUST WHISKY.
Rest brands of
Cigars CIGARS. Cigars
■7*A. hearty welcome to 811 ve rite*.''EM
Cosy and comfortable CLl’B ROOM for the
accommodation of guest*. Call anil test the
hospitalities of HENRY STEPHENS.
SILVER SALOON.
EBI & DYER.
Proprietors.
o
LR BAR is stocked with all the choice
ALE, PORTER,
TABLE WINES,
BRANDIES,
WHISKIES, Etc.
SILVER CITY BREWERY.
MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY.
Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Fiesh, Cool l.a£er Beer!
PHILLIP GEYER.
SILVER HOUSE
JOHN BKNETTS, - Pboj’Kiktob.
MAIN STREET. . < SILVER CITY.
First Class! Low Prices!
Having ri rnished this yew and
commodious Hotel in a superior style. I
tak* pleasure in asking a share of public pat
ronage, assuring one and all that
the table
»s**»*wjss3e3s
Will br spared to make the stay of guests com
rortaDie.
THE ROOMS
are largo and well ventilated, and will be found
to be kept cleanly throughout.
JOHN BENNETTS.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
Fireproof Building,
Corner C and Union streets,
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
S. A. TOMKINS, : PROPRIETOR.
IJAVINO released, renovated and
Newly Furnished
thr above popular hotel, is j re pared to acrom
uiadate
DAY BOARDERS,
aii'l .ill others with every edible that the market
afford^, and will spare no pain* in providing
For tho Comfort ofCuests.
Prices to suit the Times!
HOTEL OPEN ALL NJfGHT.
STAGE OFFICE for Uvno, Davton
Carson and Aur >ra in the Hotel.
UNION HOTEL!
MAIN STREET,
Opposite Pike, DAYTON, NEV.
Only First-Class Hotel
IN LYON COUNTY !
J. C. GRUBER. Proprietor.
RESTAURANT!
MAIN STREET, - . SILVER CITY.
Mrs. P. KENDALL, Proprietress,
EUROPEAN PLAN ;
And will endeavor to please all who favor her
with a call. MEAI.S AT ALL HOI Its.
Itoartl, l>> tin* Meek, . . KT.oo
Golden Eagle Hotel!
Pike Street Dayton, Nev.
J. P. BONHAM. Prop
REST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAN
SIENT AND DAY BOARDERS.
Splendid Bar connected with the House
M. FRETT,
Private Boarding and Lodging,
MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEV.
\YriLL CONTINUE TO SPREAD AS
r 1 ml a tul'h a> run be found in the
Shift , ltooma are supplied with tine Spring
MattrasM-s. The public an- invited to give
me a call.
FRANKLIN HOUSE!
WM. PHIPPS, ... Proprietor.
Main Street, below Yellow Jacket Office.
r|lui* POITLAR HOTEL IS OPEN FOR
■ "'e»kly nr Day Boardtrs. The Table*
we supplied at all times with the fresheat
and best the market affords.
Hoard aud Lodgiut;.ts 50
Board.$7 50. Meals .Sit Ceuta.
John McTigue,
BOARDING AND LODGING.
INVITES THE CITIZENS OF SILVER
City to ffivo him a trial. His Table will
be supplied with the .best the market affords.
The Beds
are superior in ever) respect. Come and see
for yourselves.
Travelers9 Home,
MAIN STREET. DAYTON.
House Newly Furnished Throughout.
Particular attention paid to Travelers.
MRS. B. A. SWART.
Fredericksburg Brewery!
Fireproof Brick Building, comer Union,
C8TREFT. .... VIRGINIA
C. Mueller, Pro.
Headquarter* of the celebrated
FREDERICKSBURG BEER.
Free Lunch at all hours
brown & MAHANNY,
PRINTERS,
Cor. C and Taylor Streets. • VIRGINIA.
PUBLISHERS OF
THE FOOT-LIGHT ’

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