THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Thnndny .October 1st. 1*7 ft.
Directory. Lyon County.
W. M. SEA WE LI.District Judge.
J. A. BONHAM.Comity Clerk.
OEO. W. KEITH.District Attorney
L. L. CROCKETT,.Recorder
W. W. BYROM.Treasurer
GEO. C. McFAPPEN.Assessor.
M. B.AUGU*TINE.Supt. of Schools.
ISAAC LEVERSKE.Pub. Administrator.
J. M. McGINNISS. i
J. R. SHAW. } County
A. PERKINS. » Commissioners.
SILVER (TTY PRECIXCT.
J. P. GOULD.Justice of the Peace
M. C. HICKEY.Justice of the Peace
Mails from ti e East arrive daily at 0 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 0.15 A. M. The Eastern mail
/'loses at 2.3*' o’clock P. M., sharp.
niM\<; *TOtli I1EPORT.
Wednesday, September 30. 1874.
4770 Ophir. 47. 47*. 46*.
1150 Gould & Curry. 28, 23* l>30. 28.
960 Host & Bel, her. 36, 36 b30, 35*.
515 Savage. 80, 79*. 77.
345 Hale & Nor cross. 55*. 55 b3. 54.
1235 Cliollar-Potosl. 77. 78* b5. 79.
2920 Crown Point, 63. 63* T>5. 64.
581 Yellow Jacket, 117. 119 b30, 116,
Imperial. 10*, 11, 10*.
1795 Empire Mill. 10*. 10* 1>30. 10*.
255 Con. Gold If ill Quartz. 5, 5* b30.
540 Julia. 7. 7*. 7*.
485 Caledonia, 31. 32 b30, 30*.
675 Knickerbocker. 8, 8*. 77,.
1175 Globe. 3. 3*. 2*.
2930 Baltimore. 13. 14, 12.
465 Bacon, 6. 7. 6*.
335 Bullion, 22*. 23 b30, 23*.
870 California. 59. 58*, 59.
415 I'tah, 4*. 4*.
3250 Silver Hill. 13, 12, 10*.
710 Eclipse, 9. 8 *, 8*.
1945 Dayton. 7. 7*. 6*.
1260 Kentnck. 24. 23, 24*.
660 Alpha. 20. 20 *. 20* 1*10.
1065 Belcher. 71. 71 blO. 70.
276 Confidence. 25*. 25*, 25.
120 Con. Virginia. 91.
1700 Sierra Nevada, 9. 10* b30, 9*.
1440 Paney. 4*. 4* b30, 4*.
1 Exchequer. 190.
385 Set;. Belcher. 160, 165. 166.
1780 Overman. 84). 85b6, 87 b30.
866 Justice, 38. 35. 4'*.
330 Succor, 4*. 4* b30, 4*
650 Bnckeye. 3*.
After noon Hoard.
288 Valley. 8*. 1ft*. lu.
870 Raymond & Ely, 22. 23 1)30, 20.
380 Eureka Con.. 12*. 12*, 12.
490 Pioche, 9, 8*. 7*. '
600 Washington & Creole, 2, 1*. 21)5.
200 Page A Panaca. !.
2140 American Flag. 4*. 4*, 5.
320 Belmont. 7*. 7*.
1290 Newark. 1*. 1*. 1* b30.
255 Rye Patch. 14,. 1 V 1 *.
600 Eldorado North, l7,..
140 Chariot Mill. 12. 12*.
660 CaliPtoga. 12*. 11 b30, 10*.
250 Mahogany. 5*. 5*.
155 Golden Chariot, 4*, 4*.
170 Elmore, 1.
200 Sutro, 2.
30 South Overman, 1.
375 Mint. 40c.
425 Franklin. 3. 3 b30.
550 Nevada. 1 * . 2.
-960 Lady Washington, 4 *. 4* b30, 4*
1880 Kossuth. 3, 3 U3o. 2*.
640 U. G. Hlii, 3, - * 1)30. 2*.
2225 Seg. Rock Island, 1*. 2. 1*.
940 Crown Feint Ravine, 1, l*.
400 Empire jldado), 1*.
750 Reck Island, 6*. 6*. 6.
505 Pictou. 1, .Ha . 95c,
.loo Dardanelles, 15.
2260 New York, 6, 5 * s2, 5 *.
57o Occidental, 4 *. 4. 4*.
290 Senator, 1*. 1 *.
1580 American Flat, 13, 14* b30, 13*.
350 Tyler, 1 *, 1*. 1 V_
435 l-iiimi Con., 23.*, 25, 21.
840 pu.ulic, 1 *. 1,
Street—Reported by C. Y. Boisot.
Yellow Jacket, 130. Overman. 103.
Ophir. 52. Seg. Belcher, 210.
Justice, 45. Crown Point, 70. .
Caledonia, 33*. Savage, 83.
Pipers' Opeba House.—The Dramatic < *ni
pany opened on Monday night at tliis popular
place of amusement, and was well received.
Notwithstanding the attractions in other parts
of the city, there was a good sized audiauce,
and the play well received. By reference to
the proper heading, it will be seen there is an
entire change to-night, and that "ii s iturday
at 2:30 there will be a grand matinee t r the
accommodation of ladies an 1 children. A
very tine garden scene has been a i led to the
ran- collection <»f scenery. It was painted bv
Mr. Wilkins, the scenic artist who painted
most of the scenery now in use at the "’ftli
fornia Theater, San Francisco. Mr. Wilkins
arrived here a few days since from New \ -rk
and proposes to paint a new drop-curtain and
a large amount of new scenery for the Opera
Long lli:ads.—It is amusing to
seo the difference 'in the counten
ances of the people who frequent
the stock bulletins daily. W hen
stocks are up the “ I told you so s
are loud in the praise ot some cer
tain stock. When a decline takes
place they hang their heads, and
regret not having sold the day be
fore. “ Sell when they are up, and
buy when they are down;” this is
the advice of the greatest stock
sharp the world has produced.
Next Wednesday. — The great
event ot the season takes place in
this eitv on Wednesday evening
next—that of the ball of the Silver
City Fire Department, at Armory
Hail. Tickets are now on sale by
the Committee (Messrs. Davenport,
McGinnis and Muncton.) at the low
price of >3 each. Secure a ticket,
then get a partner. The best music
in the country lias boon secured for
Foil the Bay.—M. D. Cohn, of
that popular clothing house on C
street, Virginia, known far and wide
as the White House, has gone below
to soloct their Winter stock. On his
return the public will have an oppor
tunity presented them of witnessing
one of the finest stocks of clothing
evor offered in this State.
Bio Drop, — On Tuesday, Ex
chequer sold iu the San Francisco
Stock Board at >-30 a share; in
twenty-four hours it sold for >100.
What a tail was there! yet we hear
ot no one badly hurt.
Leo Broken.—The County Clerk
of Store}- county, W. G. Thompson,
while returning from Carson on Mon
day evening, had a leg badly broken
at the ankle by jumping from the
vehicle in which he was riding.
County Jail.—At present twenty
persons are lodged in the County
Jail of Storey county.
Colleen Hawn and Toodles to
night at the Opera House. Secure
seats early, no extra charge.
"Mb. T. R. Perkins has laid us
under obligations for tiles of Xew
England papers of late date.
Registration.—The whole num
ber of persons registered in Gobi
j Hill for the Fall election up to the
! present time is 1,885.
Erratum.—On the fourth page,
in the notice of registration for Day
ton, it should read the 20th day of
October in the place of the 21st.
Netice will be correct in our next.
Children of School Age.—
| There are in Storey county 2,009
i children of school ago. Of these,
1,430 are in Virginia Citv and 639
i in Gold Hill.
Sold.—John Rapp, of Virginia
City, l>as bought the Steamboat
Springs property for (tti.OOO. and in
tends to tit it up as a place of resort
stock Board.— Through the kind
I ness of Mr. Boisot, telegraph opera
tor and stock broker, wo are enabled
to furnish our readers with street
sales, after adjournment of the
| regular Board.
Thioh Broken.—A young son of
John Fenton of Gold Hill had his
right thigh broken yesterday morn
I ing. While playing about a lumber
I pile in the upper part of town, a
number of plank fell on him.
The last day of .September was
; cold, windy and extremely dusty.
! Tt tried hard to rain two or three
j times, but failed up to this writing,
i The most disagreeable day of the
Dull.—Yesterday was too disa
1 greeabk- for an item to put in an ap
pearance. We could not hear of a
fight, elopement or a crim. con. case
taking place within the county,
neither was there a marriage, birth
or death. Very quiet.
Accident.—T,ast evening a man
named Snyder, employed at the!
Sherman Mill, came near a serious ,
accident, while working around the;
engine room. As it was lie hail his '■
hand injured, so that Dr. Harris was j
needed to dress it.
Hon. W. W. Bishop started for
the eastern counties Tuesday even
ing last. lie will make a canvass of
the State, and will bo pleased to
meet at any time on the same plat
form any of tlie Democratic speak
ers. The announcement of his ap
pointments will be made in a few
Will oo Up. — It is confidently
believed that the decline in stocks
yesterday was only temporary, that
they will rally in this morning's
Board, perhaps to a higher figure
than on Tuesday. At least the street
quotations, after the adjournment of
the Board, indicated a strong '
Not Come.—Miss Currie, of Vas
sar. Michigan, who was engaged to
act as Assistant in the silver City
Public School, wi 11 not keep her en
gagement, owing to the death of h“r
father, who was buried on the 10th.
Miss Belle Smith, a graduate of the
State Normal School, of San Jose.
California, has been chosen to fill
Ophir’s Air-Compressors. — In
the list of freightings received on
Monday last at Virginia, were the
expected air compressors for the
Ophir mine, preparations for the
reception and placing ot which had
already bugun. The foundation was
finished Tuesday ready for the hewn
stone topping on which the engine
is to be placed, which was to be laid
yesterday. It is expected the com
pressors will be in active operation
The returns ot tho Census Mar
shal lor the year 1874 show that in j
Gold Hill there are 313 boys and
326 girls betweed the ages of 6 and
IS years; total, 639. Number of,
children under six years of age, 5^0; i
number under 21, born in Ne.vada, !
617; number reported as attending
publie schools, 310; attending pri- !
vat© schools, 212; number of children
between 8 and 14 years of age not
attending any school, 30.
A Home Invention.— Mr. Wiegand, of the
Virginia City Assay Works, has just perfected
an invention which bids fair to be of the
greatest utility to mills and milling companies.
The Independent says : It is an elevator and
apparatus for leeching silver in the form of
amalgam out of base amalgam. The solvent
used is quicksilver which is heated. On cool
ing ami straining cold, the silver collects, free
from gold and with about six per cent, of cop
per. however base the original amalgam may
have been An elevator, similar to a grain
elevator, is used for handling the quicksilver.
The whole structure is mounted on a wooden
two-story frame, the lower story 4»f which is
inclined ami iron-sheathed, shedding to a tank
at the lowest point. This is to collect all
leakages ami prevent waste. Bullion that
would sell at twelve per cent, discount, if
previously manipulated by this apparatus, will
sell at two per cent, discount ; besides, the
copper which created the baseness of the bul
lion is converted into bluestone and used over
again in the mill. The apparatus was con
structed at the planing mill of Webb & Mal
lard, corner of Mill ami I) streets, ami will
soon be tried at the mill of Park & Bowies, in
Six-mile Canyon, and will then by its practical
workings be tested.
Turned Up.—We And by the Salt Lake 7V»
bune. that John W. Harker, of the Austin
National Batik notoriety, is managing some
mining property in Clifton District, Tooele
The Reno daily Crescent has entered upon
its second volume.
The Australian Line.—H. H.
Hall, the agent of the Australian
Mail Steamship Company, plying
between Sydney and San Francisco,
having, it is alleged, somo two
months ago left Australia without
having satisfied his creditors, and
having failed to forward to England
the charter money, the Government
of New South Wales lias instructed
the Agent-General in London to pro
ceed against Forbes & Co., his part
ners in the contract, to recover
8250,000 forfeiture, according to the
terms of the contract. Mr. Parkcs,
tlte Premier of New South Wales,
has pledged his word that the Gov
ernment of the Colony will maintain
the line, and has made the necessa
ry arrangements with the Steamship
Company. The City of Melbourne,
which arrived on Saturday, was dis
patched under the governmental
auspices. The passengers, until ar
rangements are made for issuing
through tickets, will be furnished
tickets no further than San Fran
cisco. .f. C. Merrill A Co. are agents
in San Francisco,
Moulton Indicted.—A Brook
lyn dispatch of the 28th says that on
Thursday last a bill of indictment
against Moulton, numbering twcnty
l'our folios of legal cap, and contain
ing two counts, was laid before the
Grand Jury of Kings county. The
tirst count charged Moulton with
having procured the publication of
obscene matter and wilfully slander
ing Miss Proctor. On Saturday the
Grand Jury found a true bill against
him. This morning Moulton, ac
companied by Tilton, appeared at
the District Attorney’s office for the
purpose of giving hail. In the alt
settee of that official, however, no
bail was given. Moulton, it is sail],
will not be arrested, but will appear
to-morrow ami give bail in the sum
Terrible Storm.—A charleston.
South Carolina, dispatch of the 20th,
says a terrible gale, amounting to a
hurricane, set in here at 6 o’clock
this morning and lasted till noon.
Tho water was forced up to a great
bight, inundating ttie entire river
front of tlie city and doing great
damage to wharves and pier heads,
ruining the famous promenade
known as the Battery, anti destroy
ing the public baths. The shipping i
generally escaped. Some small j
erat'ts were wrecked; fences, trees, !
roofs, etc., throughout the city were
demolished; two horses are reported
swept away on Sullivan’s Island and
one life lost. Probable damage,
-Severe Fighting in Spain. —
Unofficial dispatches received at
Madrid, dated Sept. 29th, state there
was fighting in the province of Na
varre between the C'arlists and the
Republican troops under General
Morionez. The battle was continued
on Friday last, making four contin
uous days’ conflict. The dispatches
state that on that day twenty-two
battalions of the insurgents attacked
MoriettoB’s army at Bersain, near
the town of Tafalla. A sanguinary
conflict ensued, resulting in the re- |
pulse ot the Carlistsalong the whole j
line. Their loss was very heavy,
and they were compelled to ask the
Republicans for medical assistance.
Rife Sentence. — A Worcester
Mass, dispatch of tho 29th, says
Rob't. Templeton, of Dudley, shot
iiis wife dead on tho 5th of May last,
after a protracted debauch. This
morning in the Supreme Court he
was allowed to plead guilty of mur
der in the second degree ami was
sentenced to tho State Prison tor life.
To Public Speakkba. Tilt re will be a stand
erected near the corner of Second and Mein
streets, for use of public speakers, of all politi
cal parties, daring the campaign. ot” j
. . . .WILL BE GIVEN AT
OCTOBER 7th, 1874.
A general invitation Ib extended to all.
TICKETS, - - - *3.00
Announces himself as an in im
pendent Candidate for
Justice of the Peace,
Of Silver City Township. He wants it under
stood he belongs to no clique, but rune hie
own boat. :l9-td
Tin Shop for Sale.
WITH COMPLETE SET OF TOOLS.
Material*! anil Fixtures. A great
bargain If applied for soon.
Address or apply to C. BEOKEK.
Silver City, Sept. 16.1671
For Foots and Shoes, the Metropolitan Boot
and Shoe store. No, 108 South C Street. Vir
ginia. offers superior inducements to any
house in that city. *
To Lodging Hr.uses.—32-Spring Bed and
Bedstead. #13.00. Don’t let your lodgers
uh <o. on straw and slats, when you can put in
a good bed for less money.
* 3y North C Street, Virginia.
W. R. RISON,
CHOICE TEAS, GROCERIES,
And Provision**, which ho offers as cheap for
Cash as any House in the State. A large
assortne-nt of Native and Foreign Fruits in
Cans and Glass, anti Family Supplies of all
descriptions kept constantly on hand.
4 2-lb cans tomatoes.$1 00
4 2-lb cans oyster*-. 1 00
4 2-lb cans pear-hen . 1 (X)
4 2-lb cans pie fruit ..1 00
And everything else in prop rtion.
Go and get sonic of Rison’s Coffee—Try it.
Oddi llows Building, Main str< t, Gold Hill,
I am going to tell you a secret. Lay low
and keep dark. A word of caution: don’t
tell anybody, for the thing may get out.
Don’t tell your neighbors that yon are sleep
ing on a Crandall Spring ; they may laugh at
j i think yotl r 1 to sleep on a thirty
two Crandall spring for #8.00, when you can
buy a straw mattress for $3.50, and an Eureka
mattress. ?7 or #*, to put on top of them :
money in it, and a saving to do without
springs, and makes a splendid bed. When
you visit Virginia City, don’t go to No. 39
North C street—people may think you are
after one of Cornwell’s s*< beds— that com
plete without t"p mattress, and if they will
last only ten years, without repairs, they may
not be profitable t - h.dging-house keepers;
so don't wear your shoes out in hunting up
the cheapest, and best bed ever offered to the
public, from #■< to 87.". if you wish, can be
had at No. 33 North ,-C” Street, of nine dif
ferent patterns. You can come and see me,
if you can keep a secret, and tell nobody.
Also all kinds of Furniture at reduce.! prices.
* 33 North C Street, Virginia.
Golden Truths from the White House.—
Serene as a Summer’s day are those well
known and popular clothing men. Messrs.
Cohn k Isaa -s. N .. 1C. south C street. Virginia.
The world wags well with them. People appro
date their goods, approve of their prices: and
admire their style of doing business. At the
White House Clothing store are seen no
broils nor contentions with swindled ensto
mers returning nmth-eate.- and inferior goods
[ didn't sell if
to you.” and “I didn’t recommend it.” winding
up with “your eves were your market, sir.”
At the White House old cast oners daily re
turn, bringing their friends with then;, who
also be U!‘- good eustoiuers. Of Course,to
some natures, it is v ry galling to see a new
establishment like the White House open
right under their noses, as it were, and achieve
a mark >\ and brilliant sum <: taking in the
very start n high position in public esteem,
and gaining a greater share 'f popular favor
anil patronage than many houses that have
heed hammering away for years. However,
these old houses should learn to grin and
bear it. Messrs. Cohn & Isaacs do not allude
to thes* things in any spirit of pride or tri
umph; they simply state facts for the public
good. They do in»t doubt that it is gall and
wormwood to their neighbors to have custo
mers of many years standing leave them and
giv their patronage to the White House
Clothing Stoiie. but manifestation of temper
is in v< ry bad taste, and really has a bad effect.
Being manifestly untrue it disgusts ail hear
ers, and sends customers by scores to the
White House. Such is life. So mote it be.
A Word to the Wise.-Whenov i an attempt
is made by inuendoea, that dare not shape
themselves into positive assertions, to casta
false light upon truth, it is a sign of unquali
fied falsifl nition. Now it has become a truism,
acknowledged throughout the community,
that Baum r Brothers, the great > I the rs, pos
sess such facilities f r purchasing of the raw
material, and for the manufacturing "f fine
clothing, that competition has become an ab
solute failure: and when small concerns insin
uate that.they can sell as good an article of
clothing at us low pri ■ • as Banner Brothers
do. they simply intend t • canvey a meaning
that they dare * n t assert an l cante t substa
tint**. We throw down th • gauntlet of d. fiance
t * these vaunters. and -hall- ti e th* m. : ■ and
all. fi* benefit t’ • public as ,\ hav.- d. to-, and
are doing, by selling fine < 1< thing at low]'rices.
We can afford to - 11 d. V ini/ o h cheaper
than any other h 'Us< in this State, and we do
it. Having a fact* rv and importing house at
lofi Dua’ e str< et. N. V., a’. I a wli I< sale h >U8e
at A>i and .''HI Sansome street. San Francisco,
we need n<d puv importers.manufacturers' and
jobbers’ profits us the small concerns are >m,
p.dh-d t .* and consequently w> can sell at the
same pri ■<■*> as th*-~ nail concerns m.ust pay for
their goods Having two lar sale-r -miis
filled with stylish and fine clothiug. w- give
every customer an immence stock to select
from, and <lo n< t require them to choose from
a small an l ].r’.y a- - >rted par el ot shoddy
goods, which third-rate houses I’all an assort
ment. Moreover, we receive new goods tverv
day. At present we are clearing out our entire
stock of Summer clothing. We otter them at
prices which leave no excuse for not purehas.
ing, at prices so low n to bt uiikniiwa to the
experience of our oldest inhabitants. Every
one who has the shadow of a necessity for
Summer clothing will find it to their advantage 1
to call immediately • u Banner Brotcrs corner
of 0 and Taylor street.
H. M. JEWETT,
HOUSE AND SIGN
P A INT E K !
Paints, Oils, Class, Wall
Paper, House Lining,
MAIN STRF.F.T..(iOLl> HILL.
Importer ami 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. 62 South C Street, Virginia City.
Cigar Factory, 425 Front Street. San Francisco
Post Office Depot.
T. S. DAVENPORT,
EAST SIDE MAIN ST., SILV Elt CITY, NEV
A few dnora below Odd Fellows’ Hall,
MAIN STREET^ COLD HILL!
Hearses and Carriages
Furnished for Funerals
mi. \. i«. ininiY,
Well known throughout the country &h a
l ithologist arid t'hysiologist, whose success
fy treatment -f certain physical disabilities
»’i t functional derang .cuits deservedly en
t tie him to the tarn' -r r- ognition of the
(• heat Specialist, w o' i n - *ectfully inform
tin- citizens of Virgin: i City .and vicinity that
..in be consulted, ■ □ tal, it his office*
i;i Ins New and Commodious Rooms, .%<». IH*
South i Street, thus giving invalids an
I opportunity of ridding themselves, through
his professional ag'-ncy, of such c onstitutional
annoyances and ailments as he claims to com
pass and to cure. Without entering into biog
raphical details.it is sufficient to simply prom
ulgate the fact that I>R. SPINNEY'S earliest
reputation may be traced back to his inaug
uration and conduct of the Montreal (Canada
East) Medical Institute*. The regime of thw
English Pharmaceutical College is gauged by
an elevated standard. An extended experience
and an assiduous study of the varied phases
of Disease, enables him to guarantee nssur
;*n e*. of su ess in tic eradication of the
multiform hronic affections incident to both
sexes, such as Nervous Debility, Exhausted
Vitality. Youthful Excesses. Marriage Imped
iments. chronic and General Affections.
TO Til*: MDIEM.
DR. SPINNEY, while naturally impressed
with tli*' delicacy of the subject, feels no hesi
tancy in assuring them that, in conjunction
with a competent knowledge of their suffer
ings. sm h as Nervousness. Neuralgia. Spinal
Weakness, Loss of Appetite, Lassitude, Pro
lapsus Eteri. Ri troversions or Displacement
of the Womb, Vaginal Irregularities. Leu
cliorrea. Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation,
and the many petty irritating distractions
that almost invariably have their origin in the
uterine region, afford them immediate relief.
(oni: tM» »t: iie.im:d.
It matters not what your troubles may be,
come and l<t the Doctor examine your case.
It will cost you nothing for consultation, so
p! cal! and satisfy y urselves whether the
I). t >r understands your case, if he can euro
you he will tell you so ; if not. he will say so,
for he will not undertake a case unless he is
confident of effecting a cure.
Wlm may he suffering from the effects of
youthful follies or indiscretion, will do well
t • avail themselves of this, the greatest boon
• ver laid :-.t th- altar of suffering humanity.
I>r. Spinney will guarantee to forfeit five hun
dred dollars for every case of seminal weak
ness, or private disease of any kind or charac
r r. which he undertakes and fails to cure.
He would, therefore, say to the unfortunate
sufferer who may read this notice, 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, ami are
suffering some or all of its ill effects, remem
ber that if- y »u obstinately persist in pro
crastination." the time must come when the
skilful physician can render y.m no assist
ance; when the door of hope will be closed
against you ; when no angel of mercy can
bring you relief. In no case has the Doctor
failed of su ess. Then let no deepair work
itself upon your imagination, but avail your
self of the beneficial results of his treatment
before your case is beyond the reach of med
ical skill, or before grim death hurries you to
a premature grave.
There are mauv of the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacua
tion.- jf the bladder, often |u<voxnpanied by a
slight smartin . -r burning sensation, and
a w- akening of the system in a manner the
patient cannot account for; on examining the
urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often
be l-'und, and sometimes small particles of
albumen will appear, or the color will be of a
thin - -r milkish hue, again changing to a dark
and torpid appearance. There are many men
wh ■ die <-• this difficulty, ignorant of the
cause, which is the second stage of seminal
weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect
cure in all such cases, and a healthy restora
tion of the genito-urinary organs.
N. B.—Only an interview required in a ma
jority of cast's; balance of treatment can be
conducted at h"ine without interruption of
business. N case treated without a persoual
intervi* w and proper < xamiuation. Office
h oir- -lo to l. 2 to 4. and 7 to S. Consultation
Free. Examination and advice, 28-tf
No. 20 South ( Street, Virginia.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
J. F. CUTTER AND MILLER’S EXTRA
MINERAL SPHINC WATER !
OF WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN;
Will be sold by the
BARREL, CASE, GALLON OR BOTTLE,
At San Francisco Prices,
B | WE ALSO ON HAND A FULL
u ■. Assortment of
FRENCH AND ENGLISH GOODS.
OF ALL KINDS.
POULTRY AND FISH,
Always on hand and received daily.
Goods delivered in Silver City every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. In Gold
Hill and Virginia every day,
F R K K 0 F C HA R G E.
35 HATCH BROS.
Dissolution of Partnership.
fWlHF. FIRM OF NASH & SIMS. IN THE
JL Grocery Business, Main Street, Dayton,
has been DISSOLVED by mutual consent—
O. F. Nash having sold his interest to L. L.
Crockett and L. A. Guild—the business will
continue under the firm name of ,J. D. SIMS
& CO., which new firm is authorized to col
lect and receipt for all debts due NASH A
SIMS, and will settle all demands against
them. Said 0 E. Nash, on retiring from the.
business, begs leave to tender his thanks to
his pat rims, and recommends them to his
O. E. NASH.
•T. D. SIMS.
L. L. ( ROCKETT.
L. A. GUILD.
Dayton, Sept. 8, A. P.. 1874 31-3w
CHEAP CASH STORE!!
J. D. SIMS Sc CO.
DEALERS IN CHOICE
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO and CIGARS,
CLOTHING. BOOTS and SHOES, HATS
and CAPS, CROCKERY. GLASS
WARE, Etc , Etc.. Etc.
MiTCall on us before purchasing elsewhere.
Main Street Dayton, Nev.
Marble and Granite Works.
H. H. MUCKLE,
North C street,,Virginia, bet. Mill and Caraou.
FROM $25 UPWARD.
IRON. GRANITE AND CHAIN FENCING
for graves ; Marble Mantel-Pieces, etc.
Also Wood Fence*. Orders filled promptly at
the most reasonable price*, and in the best
style of the art. Orders from Silver City and
Dayton promptly atten led to.
i N. B.— Parties wishing to see designs can do
so by calling at the Yard. H. H. MUCKLE.
Corner C «M«I Tn.vlor Hirer,*.
EVER BROUGHT TO THE STATE.
So Rich in Fabric,
So Substantial in Make,
So Superb In Style, aa
TO SUITTHE MOST FASTIDOUS,
EXCEEDINGLY LOW IN PRICK
As to agreeably astonish the most economical.
Study to please their patrons, are determined
to excel all previous efforts, burin# the prea
eut season, and to continue such Straight-For
ward Dealings as have won for them the res
pect and esteem of their fellow citizens.
WHO PERSIST IN
BUY ALL YOUR
Only Live Clothiers
IN VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA.
C. A. NOLTEMEIER,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
108 SOUTH C STREET,
TTAKES pleasure in informing the Citiaena
of Nevada, that his immense Stock,
purchased under his own personal supervision,
has arrived, and will be gold at prices to
defy competition. His stock consists of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all descriptions, and he wishes all to give
him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as he
can and will offer superior inducements to any
house in the State. _
WEBB A MULLARD,
Dealers in all kind* of
ETC., ETC., ETC.
WOOD TURNING, SCROLL SAWING, and
all kinds of Carpenter’s Finish.
Main Street, - - Silver City.
ALTA PLANING HILLS.
MAIN STREET, • • GOLD HILL,
JUST ABOVE THE RAILROAD CROSSING.
B. H. CARRICK & C$.
PIXE AMD REDWOOD CEILIJW
Oregon Pine Flooring,
Rustic Pine and Redwood,
California Sugar Pine,
Plain and Fancy Pickets,
Plain and Fancy Pine and Redwood Shjnglee,
Siding, Lath. Moldings, Doom, Blind*.
Window*. Transom*. Ete.
4 B. H. CARRICK k CO.
Wholesale «nd R*tiU Pealec in
Wines and Liquors,
Foreign And Pomwtfc.
I Ho.26 South C Strove, Virginia.
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