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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
A TOtJCHISIO STORY. The following touching narrative purports to have been given by a father to his son, as a warning de rived from his own bitter experience of the sin of grieving and resisting a mother's love andNounael. “What agony was visible on my mother's face when she saw that all she said and suffered, failed to move ine! She rose to go home, and I followed at a distance. She spoke no more to me till she reached her own door." * It’s school time now,’ said she. * Go my son, and once more let me beseech you to think upon what I have said.’ ‘I shan’t go to school,’ said I. She looked astonished at my bold ness, but replied firmly. ‘Certainly you will go, Alfred, I command you.’ ‘I will not,’ said I, in a tone of defiance. ‘One of two things you must do, Alfred — either go to school this morning, or I will lock you in your room, and keep you there until you are ready to promise implicit obedi ence to my wishes in luture.’ ‘I dare you to do it,’ said I; ‘you can’t get me up stairs.’ ‘Alfred, choose now,’ said my mother, who laid her hand upon my arm. She trembled violently and was deadly pale. ‘If you touch mo I will kick you,’ said I in a terrible rage. God knows I knew not what I said. ‘Will you go, Alfred?’ ‘No, I replied!' but quailed be neath her eye. ‘Then follow me,’ said she as she grasped my arm firmly. I raised my foot—oh my son, hear me!—I raised my foot and kicked her—my sainted mother! IIow my head reels, as the torrent of memory rushes over me! I kicked my mother — a feeble • woman — my mother! She staggered back a few steps and leaned against the wall. She did not look at me. I saw her heart beat against her breast. ‘O Heavenly Father,’ said she, ‘forgive him, ho knows not what he does!’ The gardner just then passing the door, and seeing my mother pale and unable to support herself, he stopped, and she beckoned him to come in. ‘Take this boy up stairs and lock him in his room,’ said she, and turned to me. I looked back as she was entering her room, she gave me such a look of agony, mingled with the most intense love; it was the last, unutterable pang from a heart that was broken. In a moment I found myself a prisoner in niv own room. I thought for a moment, I would fling inyself from the open window, and dash my . brains out, but I felt afraid to do it. I was not penitent. At times my heart was subdued, but my stubborn pride rose in an instant and forbade me to yield. The pale face of my mother haunted me. I flung my self on the bed and fell asleep. Just at twilight I heard a footstep ap proach the door. It was my sis ter’s. ‘What may I tell mother from you?’ she asked. ‘Nothing,’ I replied. ‘Oh, Alfred! lor my sake, for all our sakes, say that you are sorry. She longs to forgive you.’ I would not answer. I heard her footsteps slowly returning, and again I threw myself on the bed, to pass another wretched and fearful night. Another footstep, slower and feebler than my sister's, disturbed me. A voice called me by name—it was my mother’s. ‘ Alfred, my son, shall I come?” she asked. I cannot tell what influence, opre rating at that moment, made me speak adverse to my feelings. The gentle voice of mother thrilled through me, melted the ice of my obdurate hearty and I longed to throw myself on her neck, but 1 did not. But the words gave the lie to my heart when I said I was not sorry. I heard her withdraw. I heard her groan. I longed to call her back, but I did not. I was awakened from my uneasy slumber, by bearing my name called loudly and my sister stood at the bedside. ‘Get up, AlfreB. Oh, don’t wait a minute! Get up and come with me. Mother is dyiqg.' I thought 1 was yet dreaming, but got up melancholy and followed my sister. On the bed, pale and cold as marble, lay my mother. She had | not undressed. She had throw:: | horself on the bed to rest; arising tc go again to me, she was seized with a palpitation of the heart, and boriu senseless to her room. I cannot tell you with what agony I looked upon her; my remorse was tenfold more bitter than the thought that she would never know it. 1 believed myself to be her murderer, I fell on the bed beside her. I could not weep. My heart burned in my bosom; niv brain was on fire. My sister threw her arms around me, and wept in silence. Suddenly we saw a light motion of mother's hand; her eyes unclosed. She had recovered consciousness, but no speech. She looked at me and moved her lips. I could not under stand her words. < Mother, mother,’ I shrieked, * say only that you forgive me.' She smiled upon me, and lifting her thin, white hands, she clasped my own within them, and cast her eyes upward. She moved her lips in prayer, and thus she died. I re mained still kneeling beside that dear form, till my gentle sister re moved me. The joy of youth had left forever. Boys who spurn a mother’s con trol, who i re ashamed to own that they are wrong, who think it manly to resist her authority, or yield to her influence, beware! Lay not up for yourselves bitter memories for future years. UNION REPUBLICA N Stale Central Committee. %T A MEETING OF THE UNION RE publican State Central Committee, held in Virginia City. June 24th, 1*74. it was Resolved. That a State Convention of the 1 Union Republican party be held f.t Win 1 nenme a ..n Thursday, September 24th. 1874, ! to nominate candidates for the following of i flees, to-wit: Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Represent ative in Congress. two Justices of the Supreme Court (long and short terms), S.,rotary of state. Attorney General, Treasurer of State. Controller of State. Surveyor General. Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Mineral gist. Clerk of the Supreme Court, State Printer and State Central Committee, and forthe 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 liM) votes and one for each fraction over oO votes cast for J. W. Haines, Presidential Elector, at the general election of 1872. Resolved. That the test to be required of all voters at tl*> primary elections of the par ty shall be : First—Art you a citizen of the Fnited 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 the 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 to the promotion of purity and fairness at the primaries. Delegates are apportioned to the several counties as follows: Churchill. 1 Douglas.2 Elko. 7 Esmeralda. 4 Humboldt . 5 Lincoln. 9 Lander... R Eureka. R Nye. 4 Ormsby. 6 Storey.27 Washoe. 6 White Pine. 8 Lyon. 6 Total.96 C. B. ZABRISKIE. Chairman. Geo. A. Kino, Secretary. bUAnU Ur LUUALI^A I lUN .OF. LYON COUNTY, NEV. \rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Assessment Roll for the Fiscal Year 1874 has been delivered to me by the Assessor •f said County, and is now open for inspec tion at my Office. The Board of Equalization I will meet on ] MONDAY, the 21 st day of September.1874 I And will continue in session from time to time until MONDAY, the 6th day of October. f874, When all persons dissatisfied with their Assessments may appear and make their com plaints before said Board. By order of the Board of County Commis sioners. J. A. BONHAM, Clerk. Dayton, Nevada, September 14, 1874. H. M. JEWETT, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER! .DEALER IN. Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper, House Lining, ETC., ETC. MAIN STREET..GOLD HILL. CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING! TENCH & BOWMAN, 111 NORTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, Are prepared to execute, ts the best manner, and most reasonable prices, all kinds of CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING. Work warranted to give satis faction. 31 I. LEVERSEE, Carpenter and Builder. A full stock of Coffins, Caskets and Trimmings constantly on hand, and furnished at short notice. CUT CLASS of all Sizes TO ITT FRAMES. | TYLER STREET, . - DAYTON. SILVER HOUSE __ JOHN BENETTS, - Proprietor, main STREET, SILVER EITV. First Class! Low Prices! H aving furnished this new and commodious Hotel in a superior style. I take pleasure in asking a share of public pat ronage, assuring one and all that THE TABLE will be found to contain the choicest delicacies th»' markets of the State afford, and no pains will be spared to make the stay of guests com fortable. THE ROOMS are large 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. j ■ JAVTNG RE LEASED, RENOVATED AND Newly Furnished the above popular hotel, is ) repared to accom modate DAY BOARDERS, and all others with every edible that the market affords, and will spare no pains in providing For tho Comfort of Cuests. Prices to suit the Times! HOTEL OPEN ALL NIGHT. STACE OFFICE for Reno, Dayton, Carson and Aurora in the Hotel. UNION HOTEL! MAIN STREET, Opposite Pike, DAYTON, NEV. — Only First-Class Hotel IN LYON COUNTY ! J. C. GRUBER, Proprietor. RESTAURANTl MAIN STREET. . . SILVER CITY. Mrs. P. KENDALL, Proprietress. H as just opened a restaurant. "pp« site the Ba .»n Mill, and will keep it FIRST CLASS, on the EUROPEAN PLAN; And will endeavor to please all who favor her with a call. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ltoar<l. by the Week, - . 87.00 Golden Eagle Hotel! Pike Street Dayton, Nev. J. F. BONHAM, Prop BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAN SIENT AND DAY BOARDERS. Splendid Bar connected with the House M. FRETT, Private Boarding and Lodging, MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEV. Will continue to spread as good a table as can be found in the State. Rooms are supplied with tine Spring Mattresses. The public are invited to give me a call. FRANKLIN HOUSE! WM. PHIPPS, . - - Proprietor. Main Street, below Yellow Jacket Office. fBlHIS POPULAR HOTEL IS OPEN FOR M. Weekly or Day Boarders. The Tables are supplied at all times with t^e freshest and best the market affords. Board and Lodging.50 Board.$7 50. Meals.50 Cents. John McTigue, BOARDING AND LODGING. JXVITES . THE CITIZENS OF SILVER m City to give him a trial. His Table will be supplied with the best the market affords. The Beds are superior in every respect. Come and see for yourselves. Travelers’ Home, MAIN STREET, DAYTON, House Newly Furnished Throughout. Partieular attention paid to Travelers. MRS. B. A. SWART. Fredericksburg Brewery ! Fireproof Brick Building, comer Union, C STREET, .... VIRGINIA C. Mueller, Pro. Headquarters of the celebrated FREDERICKSBURG BEER. Free Lunch at all hours BROWN & MAHANNY, PRINTERS, Cor. C and Taylor Streets. - VIRGINIA. PUBLISHERS OF THE FOOT-LIGHT » SiLVER PALACE SALOON! No. 128 South C Street, Best Wines, Liqttors and Cigars. DICK BROWN, - Proprietor. -THE HEWSPAPcu & job % PRINTING OFFICE! SILVER CITY..NEVADA. The Times is Published TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SUNDAY OF EACH WEEK, .And contains all the Local News of Storey and 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 STATR OF NEVADA, Compiled from our Exchangos. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT ! You can have it delivered in VIRGINIA CITY, GOLD HILL, SILVER CITY, DAYTON or 8UTRO, By Carrier.at 25 Cents per Week. By Mail.$5 for Six Mouths. The Times offers superior facilities to ADVERTISERS or VIRGINIA, GOLD HILL, SJLVER CITY and DAYTON. The low price of subscription places it in the hands of Families, Miners and Business Men alike. PRICES VERY LOW. . Orders for Plat* or Fancy Pbintino, euch as Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Letterheads, Cards, Stock Certificates, Promptly attanded to, at Virginia Prices, and In a manner not to be excelled In the State. Addrsaa, “TIMES” OFFICE, <• Silver City, Not. ' I DELINQUENT SALE. DAXEY (t«M» AXI» SIIiVFK Mining Company.—Location of prin cipal place of business, San Francisco. (. all foraia—Location of works, Lyon <>>m,ty. State of Nevada.—Notice—There are delin quent upon the following described stock on account of assessment (No. 10) levied on the sixth day of August. 1874. the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective sharehohh rs, as follows : No. of No. of Nairn's. Certificate. Shares. Amt. Duncan W L, Trustee.1782 25 tW 75 Duncan W L. Trustee.1790 50 3 . 50 Daley P. 616 20 J'* 00 De Lorme (4 V, Trustee.. 1085 10*) <5 00 De Lorme G V. Trustee. .1090 80 ®0 00 Dp Lome G V, Trustee. .1749 :J0 22 50 De Lonne G V, Trustee. .1787 '.‘5 18 .5 Epstein E, Trustee.1791 300 225 0o Gibbs F A, Trustee.1101 100 00 Gibbs F A. Trustee.1196 100 <5 00 Gibbs F A. Trustee.150* 100 75 00 Hatch Wilson, bal. 471 10 Hutchinson J. Trustee... 1143 500 375 00 Kenney C A, Trustee.1795 1200 900 00 Latham J H & Co, Trus tees.1700 50 37 60 Lazure L T. Trustee.1721 20 15 00 Pinkham Seth, Trustee. .1418 1(h) 75 00 Pinkham Seth, Trustee..1429 100 75 00 Pinkham Seth, Trustee. .1430 100 75 00 Pinkham Seth, Trustee. .1431 25 18 75 Pinkham Seth. Trustee..1432 20 15 00 Phelps E A . 760 100 75 <M Phelps j: A..1786 100 75 0<» | Poorraan 9. 825 54 40 50 Richardson E A,Trustee. 243 *0 22 50 Richardson E A, Trustee. 4*4 50 37 50 Richardson E A. Trustee. 720 50 37 50 Richardson E A, Trustee, balance. 869 15 11 2a j Richardson, E A, Trustee. 1097 25 18 75 Richardson, E A, Trustee. 1302 5 3 75 Richardson E A, Trustee. 130.1 5 3 75 Richardson E A. Trustee. 1710 50 37 50, Rose L S. Trustee.1392 25 18 75 Reynolds WmT, Trustee. 1757 15 11 25 Schmiedell Henry, Trus Qoi fin 37 fin Schmiedell Henry, Trus tee.1246 100 75 00 Schmiedell Henr£, Trus tee .1189 50 37 50 Schmiedell. Hockstadter & Co, Trustees.1518 MOO 75 00 Schmiedell. Hochstadter & Co. Trustees.1519 100 75 00 Spinney Geo R. Trustee . . 1'52 30 22 50 Spinney Geo R. Trustee . .1579 UK) 75 «K) Stephens Chas. Trustee. . 348 1(K) 75 00 Stone E F, Trustee.1598 100 75 oo Mono E F. Trustee.1599 1(H) 75 00 Stone F. F. Trustee ... . 1000 100 75 00 Stone E F. Trustee.1601 1(H) 75 00 Stone E F. Trustee.1602 100 75 00 Tibbey E S. Trustee, bai . 388 2 1 50 Urban Jos. 6 50 37 50 Urban Job. 7 50 37 50 Urban Jos. 8 50 37 50 Yinzent Chas, Trustee-1108 50 •'>7 50 Vinzent Chas, Trustee,bal. 1125 34 25 50 Yinzent Chas. Trustee-1138 100 75 oo Yinzent Chas, Trustee_1154 50 37 50 Yinzent Chas. Trustee_1220 100 75(H) Yinzent Chas. Trustee-1221 80 60 00 Yinzent Chas, Trustee... .1222 20 15 oo Vinzbnt Chas, 875 00 Vinzent Chas, Trustee... .1566 500 375 00 Wilke F E, Trustee.1590 100 75(H) Wilke F E. Trustee.1591 100 75 00 Wilke F E. Trustee.1592 100 75(H) Wilke F E. Trustee.1593 100 75 00 Wilke F E. Trustee.1594 100 75 00 Wilke F JC. Trustee.1595 100 75 00 Wilke F E. Trustee.1596 100 75 (H) Wilke F E. Trustee.1597 40 30 00 Young A. 147 100 75 00 Young A. 148 Iihi 75 00 Hamilton JR, Trustee,bal. 615 1-10 07 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board df Directors, made on the sixth day of August. 1874. so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, at the salesroom of John Middleton Son. No. 310 Montgomery street, San Francisco. California, on WEDNESDAY, the THIRTIETH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, ’874. at the hour of two o’clock, P.M. "f such day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expen ses of the sale. GEORGE R. SPINNEY, Secretary. Office—No. 320 California Stm t, Room No.5, San Francisco, California. 31td JAS. A. LEONARD, ED. 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 COMP’NY Wells, Fargo & Co‘s Brick Building, Main Bt. SILVER CITY, NEVADA. Registration Notice. '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. Voters can be regis tered at any time between the hours of 10 A. M. and G P. M. prior to that date. J. PORTER GOULD, Registering Agent for Silver City Township. Silver City, August 12, 1874. 18 Registration Notice. T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Books of Registration of Voters 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 October next. M. C. HICKEY, Registering Agent fur Dayton Township. Dayton, Nevada, August 12, 1874. 18 I860. 1874. Pioneer Laundry, NORTH OF VIRGINIA, JOS. F. & G- W. HALL, Proprietors. rBlIIIS OI.D ESTABLISHED AND REIJA M. ble Laundry is prepared to turn out anv quanitty of Renovated and CLEAN LINEN, without being damaged by manipulation or chemical application. PACKAGES PUNCTUALLY CALLED FOR AND RETURNID. OFFICES—International Hotel and Wal lace’s Fruit Store, 122 South C street. G JOS. F. & G. W. HALL. | M. WERTHEIMER, Importer and Jobber in fine Havana & Domestic Cigars TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS, A fine variety of MEERSCHAUM, AND ALL KINDS OF Pipes and Stems PLAYING CARDS, ETC. No. G2 South C Street, Virginia City. Cigar Factory, 425 Front Street, San Francisco ASSESSMENT NOTICES. \JTIRGINIA CITY COAL COMPANY Location of Works, El Dorado Canon Lyon County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board • f Trustees of said Company, held on the First (1st) day of September, A. D. 1*74, an assessment (No. 3) of Ten (10) Cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Company, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company. Room No. 7. Medin Building North C Street. Virginia City. Nevada. And any stork upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on THURSDAY, the First (1st) day of October, A. D. 1874, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly ad \erti • d for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will bo sold on SATURDAY, the Thirty-first (31st) dsy 0f October, A. P. 1874. to pay delinquent assess, ment. together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. F. C. LORD. Secretary. Offi e— Room No. 7, Medin Building. North C street. Virginia City. Nevada. 27-td Kossuth mining company, loca tiou of principal place of business: s«n Francisco, California. Location of works, Devil's Gate District. Lyon County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that, at a meeting of the Directors, held on the 25th day of August, l.*74, an assessment (No. 2) of Twenty-five ciS)* cents per share was levied upon the capital sto. k of the corporation, payable immediate, ly in U. s. gold coin, t<« the Secretary, at the office oTttrr Company. Room No. 3. Hayward's Building, No, 412 California street, San Fran cisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Twen ty-fifth day of September. 1874, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly adver tised for sale, at public auction, and unless pavia* nt is made before, will be sold ou WEDNESDAY’, the Fourteenth day of October, 1*74, to pay the delinquent assessment, toge ther with costs of advertising ana expenses of sale. EDWARD F. STONE, Secretary. Office— Room No. 3, Hayward's Building, No. 412 California San Francisco, California. San Francisco, Cal., August 25. 0874. OODMAN GOLD AND SILVER MINING W Company. Location of principal place ' "t business—Virginia City, Storey County, ' Nevada. Location of Works—Lyon County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a ; meeting of the Directors, held on Saturday, the 22d day of August, A. 1>. 1S74, an assess nient (No. ;>) of one 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. Med in Building. North C Street. Virginia City, Nevada. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain un paid on WEDNESDAY, the 23d day of Sep tember, A. D. ls74, will be de« med delin quent and advertised for sale at public Auc tion. and unless payment is made before, will b< b Id ob FRIDAY, the 23d day of Oct bar, 1874, at 12 M. ■ f that day, at the office < f the Company, to prty the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. MILES GOODMAN. Secretary. Office. 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