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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Sunday.Oct. 4th, . 1874.
agents.
ALBERT TAYLOR, Carrier and Agent
for (Told Hill and Virginia City.
L. P. FISHER, 30 Merchants' Exchange,
flan Francisco. _
HOWARD HILL, Agent and Carrier,
Dayton and Sutro.
Republican Ticket.
Election, November 3, 1874.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor,
J. C. HAZLETT.
Lieutenant Governor.
JOHN BOWMAN.
Congress,
WILLIAM WOODBURM.
Supreme Judge—Long Term,
W. H. BEATTY.
Supreme Judge—Short Term,
WARREN EARLL.
Clerk of Supreme Court,
C. F. BICKNELL.
Secretary of State.
J. D. MINOR.
Attorney General.
MOSES TEBB8.
Treasurer.
J. L. HOGLE.
Controller,
W. W. HOBART.
Surveyor General,
JOHN DAY.
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
9. P. KELLY.
State Mineralogiat,
H. R. WHITEHILL.
State Printer,
C. C. POWTING.
LYON COUNTY.
For State Senate.
WM. R. KING.
For Assembly,
YT. C. DOVEY. HUGH CARLIN.
L. MORRILL.
For District Judge,
W. M. SEA WELL.
For Sheriff,
B. A. COOK.
For Clerk,
J. A. BONHAM.
For District Attorney,
G. W. KEITH.
For Treasurer.
GEORGE W. SHAW.
For Recorder,
Z. T. GILPIN.
For Assessor,
O. E. NASH.
For Public Administrator,
I. LEVKRSEE.
J. G. CROMWELL.
For Unrveyor,
A. 9. DILDINE.
For Commissioners.
J. R. SHAW, long term.
J. M. MoGINNIS, short term.
School Trustees,
Sllvur City—C. A. CHAPIN. C. L. SHERMAN,
THEO. S. DAVENPORT.
Dayton—L. L. CROCKETT, W. G. HARRIS.
A. Q. LONG.
8utro—H. THOMPSON, L. BARTLOW, M.
CARR.
Justices of the Peaee,
Silver City—J. P. GOULD.
Dayton--M. C. HICKEY.
Constables,
Silver City—f. W. MILLER.
Dayton—JOHN GEARHART.
County Central Committee,
"WILL. THOMAS, THEO. S. DAVENPORT.
8. LAMB. W BENCHER, GEORGE C.
McFADDEN.
Independent State Ticket. —
For Governor, L. R. Bradley; for
Lieutenant Governor, A. J. Hatch;
for Congress, A. C. Ellis; for Su
preme Judge (long term), Win. H.
Beatty; for Supreme Judge (short
term), C. H. Belknap; Clerk of Su
preme Court, B. H. Hereford; Sec
retary of State, J. I). Minor; Altor
ney General. A. B. Elliott; State
Treasurer, Jerry Schooling; Con
troller, W. W. Hobart; Surveyor
General, John Day; Superintendent
Public Instruction, H. UL Howe;
State Mineralogist, William Frank
Stewart; State Printer, J. J. Hill;
Chairman State Central Committee,
Dr. S. A, McMeans. State Central
Committee;—Storey county, John H.
Mills, S. A. McMeans, H. P. Cour
ser, M. J. MeCwtohan; Washoe
county, H. H. Beck, W. T. C. Elli
ott; Ormsby county, Wm. Pearson,
J. A. Cowing; Lyon eounty, R. J.
Smith, W. W. Byrom; Douglas
county, A. W.Piay; Eureka county,
W. B. Taylor; Elko county, Eh Ab
bott; Esmeralda county, Wm. H.
Sprague; Humboldt county, W. F.
Stevens; Churchill county, T. A.
Fagan. At large—John W. Grier of
Lyon county, 8. D. Baker of Storey
county, Jno. Burns of Humboldt
eeunty, W. N. Holland and W. G.
Orrlok of Moray county.
Aacmrr of Mt. Davidson.—C. A.
Thayer, E. S. Ross and Eld. Mills, all
of this place, made the ascent of Mt.
Davidson yesterday morning, start
ing from a prominent point on South
C street, Virginia, at 2 a. m. They
describe the view as perfectly grand
at snnrisa, wall worth the trouble of
an early meant.
At the Capital !
MOST ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING
EVER HELD HERE.
THREE THOUSAND PERSONS
ASSEMBLED !
GEN. EDWARDS, CHAIRMAN.
TWENTY-FIVE VICE-PRES
IDENTS.
THE LARGEST MEETING EVER
HELD IN THE STATE.
SPEECHES RECEIVED WITH
GREAT ENTHUSIASM !
[Special to the Times.]
Caksok, 3d—Midnight.
One of the greatest and most en
thusiastic meetings ever field in this
city assembled here to-night.
Charley DeLong has just wound
up a splendid speech, which was
received with the wildest delight.
Judge Beatty is now addressing the
vast assemblage, and a number of
other speakers will follow. No end
to enthusiasm.
At a late hour the meeting ad
journed, with three cheers for the
State aud county ticket.
K.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Special to the Tri-Weekly Times
[By Westers Union Telegraph Linn.]
New York, October 2.—The new morning
paper, The Republican, will be issued on Mon
day. The composing and press rooms have
been fully organized, and the paper will be
ably conducted. The Republican has a capital
of hall amillion dollars, with C. C. Norvel,
formerly principal editor of the Times, as
President and Editor-in-Chief; Hon. E. 11.
Wesley as Publisher and Treasurer: ami Hon.
Thos. C. Platt, Trustee. Among the editorial
staff are Colonel George F. Williams, formerly
of the Times, as Managing Editor; Augustus
Snow, F. H. Norton, Henry Selby, N. 1*. Cope
land, E. B. White, and Captain John H. Ho
welL They are all old journalists and well
known to the profession.
Brooklyn, October2.—Plymouth Church was
densely packed this evening with people eager
to see and hear Beecher. Large vases of
ffowers stood at each end ot the platform. At
an early hour there was no standing room
either in the church or passages, and during
the services several ladies were removed in a
fainting condition. All the members of the
late Idvestignting Committee were present.
Promdtly at half past 7 Beecher came on the
>tlof{<,!***•' •»'U xMiaa n*ifli «• -ij-jtti. e.c/iiA
mencing ‘'Praise God from whom all bless
ings flow,” which was sung by the whole con
gregation with great power. Mr. Beecher
then offered a prayer, in which he thanked
God for this meeting on the twenty-seventh
anniversary of his pastorate of the* church.
He asked that blessings might come upon the
Friday meetings of the church, and tbut they
might prove fruitful of such good. After the
singing of another hymn, Beecher came for
ward amid great cheering. He said he was
pleased to meet his congregation again, and
yet he would have preferred one of the old
time prayer-meetings to this. Beecher’s ad
dress was a religious talk, and he made no re
ference whatever to the great scandal. At the
conclusion of his address another hymn was
sung, and the proceedings were ended. Beech
er's friends then closed ar»und him and shook
hands with him. it was fully half an hour
alter the close of the proceedings before the
church was closed. At the close the, Plym
outh Association held an informal meeting
for the purpose of tendering him a reception.
Their room was beautifully decorated with
flowers and banners. On one of the latter was
inscribed the word “Love.” When Air. Beech
er appeared in the room he was received with
loud aud long continued applause. He prom
enaded through the room. Several songs were
sung aud a pleasant social time was had At
11 o'clock the reception closed.
Washington, October 2.—General Leggett.
C minissi-ner of Patents, to-day tendered his
resignation, to take effect on the first of No
vember next.—He resigns to enter the prac
tice of the patent law , at Cleveland, Ohio.
The President has made the following ap
pointments: Henry Clay Wright, appraiser of
Merchandise for Port St. Louis: J. A. Parker.
Gauger for the Fourth District of California.
At a Cabinet meeting to-day. all the mem
bers were present except Secretaries Fish and
Bobesou. The session lasted about two hours,
during which there was a lengthy discussion
over the condition of affairs in the Southern
States.
iTommeut Southern Kepublnans now in
this city from Louisiana, Alabama, aiul North
and South Carolina, have made representa
tion* to the Government, which was the prin
cipal cause of the Cabinet meeting to-uight.
These gentleman have been here several days,
and met from day to day to compare notes and
agree upon the joint statement to he submit
ted to the President and Cabinet. The state
ment is not yet completed, but in consequence
of the President’s visit West it was deemed
necessary to make a brief preliminary state
ment. which was submitted to-day. As a re
sult of the disoussiou to-day the Attorney Gen
eral this afternoon issued a circular to the U.
£. Marshals in the Southern Stains in whose
districts armed bodies of men have committed
ur are threatening to commit acts of violence
sad bloodshed;
Department of Justice. )
Washington, Oct. 2, 1874 j
Sir• I would suggest that those points where
United States troops are or may be stationed
in your District, gorue prudent and fearless
person on whose judgment you have confi
dence and whom people respect, may be ap
pointed as Deputy Marshal, to act at once and
arrest parties committing outrages in their
vicinity, ao it may not be uecesaary to send to
you before troops can be raised for the pur
pose of arresting those who are guilty of vio
lating the United States laws. These of
coune are noft accessary where you are easily
accessible; but where troops are placed at
remote points before the necessary communi
cation m to the crimes committed can be
made the offenders, as a general rule, have an
opportunity to eecape. You will give the dep
uties the necessary instructions as to the pro
curing of warrants, and I need not repeat that
it is important that you should delegate this
power to none but careful and responsible
persons. Very respectfully.
Obobuic H. Williams
Attorney General.
General Sherman left to-night for New
York. He expects to return here Monday and
take his final departure for St. Louis about
the middle of the week.
ttamnel B. Murdock, convicted a few days
ago of sending a threatening letter to the Hon.
Fernando Wood, was to-day sentenced to
three years' imprisonment in the County Jail.
it will be seen, by reference to
our advertising columns, that the
grand ball of the Fire Department
is postponed to Tuesday, 201 h.
letter from Carson.
Carson City, Oct. Sd, 1874.
Mr. Editor:—A convention, mis
named Independent, assembled at
1 the Capitol yesterday A motley
gathering of marplots, sore-head
Republicans and chivalry Demo
crats, assembled at the call of the
Reno brass band, and organized by
the selection of that old fossilated
antediluvian, Dr. MeMeans of Sac
ramento memory, as chairman.
Upon calling the roll of counties,
it was ascertained that the counties
of White Pine, Nye, Eureka, Lan
der, Esmeralda, Lincoln, Humboldt
and Douglas,did not respond,where
upon the convention selected a rep
resentative ^>r Humboldt, one Glass,
and C'apt. Pray elected himself from
DomrlaM.
You will observe that six counties
were not represented, while others
were represented by “ delegates.”
who only represented themselves,
and who did not lay claim of ap
pearing for any constituency what
ever. In one sense, this was the
most Independent Convention I ever
attended, for every man acted for
himself. The great Assyrian dem
agogue bobbed in and out, but was
not noticed as he thought his merits,
and the great sacritie,es he is making
to squelch that wood pile, deserved.
Boh Clarke and old Lewis of the
Crescent, seemed to be managing
things, and instructing the delegates
how to do things. 1'he muscular
exertion they used, the sweating,
the snorting and buzzing to get
plans to work, was very amusing.
The whole thing was farcial in the
extreme, and the results, as usual in
such cases, an abortion. It was con
ceived by Williams, and carried
through partially (though some few
miscues were made) by Bob Clarke
and old Lewis.
To show you the character of the
delegates and the nominations made,
out of fourteen candidates upon the I
State ticket, the Republicans have j
accorded to them but lour. None 1
but those who lack brains could be
fooled into any other idea, than that
their convention, so called, was of
. the regular old chivalry Democratic
stripe. At the conclusion of the la
bors of the convention and just be
fore adjournment, Ellis, nominated
for Congress, came forward and ac
cepted the nomination and endorsed
•i>4 •liatforni. . He was the only can
didate wno did so.
What do you think ol men call
ing themselves Republicans, who
allowed their names to go before
such a convention and receive its
indorsement? Miner, Hobart, Day
and Beatty permitted the act,
and no repudiation lias come from
tliem to this time of writing. All four
of these gentleman should come out
in a card over their signatures, and
utterly decline to he candidates upon
such a ticket; else leave the impres
sion upon the minds of their Repub
lican friends that they have either
been trading, or are lacking in polit
ical sagacity, a commodity very
scarce in this community. They
must take one horn of the dilemma
or the other. Should they decline
to follow tlie course herein advised,
they must ho prepared to lose many
a true Republican vote.
Politics are getting lively, and
when all the conventions have met
and adjourned the true work will he
commenced. Cypo.
At a meeting of the Lyon County
Republican Central Committee, held
at the Court House in Dayton, on
Saturday, October 3d, 1874: Pres
ent—Dr. YV. Puncher, U. C. McFad
den, YV. J. Thomas and Theo. S.
Davenport. Dr. YV. Buncher was
elected Chairman, and Theo S. Dav
enj>ort Secretary. The name of YV.
M. Seawell was ordered to be placed
on the Republican ticket for District
Judge. The Secretary was author
ized to have supervision over such
printing of posters, etc., as might
be necessary. The Committee then
adjourned to hold its next meeting
at the call of the Chairman at .Silver
City.
Divorced.—In the case of Helena.
Spaulding vs E YV. Spaulding, [tend
ing in the District Court of Storey
County, a decree of divorce was
granted and custody of the children
awarded to plaintiff.
Birth.— On Thursday morning,
October 1st, 1874, to the wife of John
McTigue, a daughter, weighing 12
pounds. Mother and child doing
well.
Born.—In Silver City, September
26th, to the wife of C. B. Smith, a
daughter.
County Commissioners. — The
Hon. Board of County Commission,
era will have their regular monthly
meeting on Monday next, at the
Court House in Dayton.
MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES!
San Francisco, Oct. 3.—The exam
ination of the defaulting deputy
assessors was continued to-day.
Morgan, deputy assessor, is before
the Police Court for examination.
Detective Lees was on the stand and
presented a huge bundle of forged
poll-tax receipts. There was a
crowded attendance during the ex
ami nations.
Petaluma, Cal., Oet. 3.—Quite ai1
exciting running race took place
here to-day between Olema Chief
and Billy Button, both ownod here,
for a one thousand dollar purse,
best two in three, mile heats. Button
won in two straight heats.
San Francisco, Oct. 3.—The steam
tug Rescue went ashore to-day on
North Heads, and is a total loss. It
is not yet known whether any lives
were lost but it is believed all were
saved. The examination of the de
faulting deputy assessors proceeds
to-day in the Police Court.
The Mechanics Fair will close this
evening. It lias been a financial
success.
Buislay will make a ballon ascen
sion to-morrow and endeavor to
reach the summit of the Sierra. It
is not yet known who will accom
pany him.
Los Angeles, Oct. 3.—A man was
brought in trom Spadra to-day with
one hand badly crushed. He is a
railroad employe, and was badly
hurt while working on the new de
pot.
The Los Angeles and Indepen
dence Railroad will soon levy an
assessment of ten per cent, on the
stock subscribed.
No less than thirteen new cases of
scarlatina were reported to the
Health Office this afternoon by only
two of our practicing physicians.
An effort is being made to organize
another military company in this
city. _
Republican State Flat form.
The Union Republican party of Nevada, in
Convention assembled, renewing its pledges
of devotion to the Constitution and laws of
the Federal Government, hereby announces
its platform to the people as follows :
Resolved—Fiait, That we reaffirm the prin
ciples and policy of the Republican party as
enunciated by its last National Convention :
that we are proud of its history and great ser
vices. and we especially commend the vigor
and for e bv which it maintained the Cnion,
ab. lished siaverv, and secnred equal civil and
political right to all citizens. We demand
that these rights be enforced by appropriate
legislation, so that all citljens shall have the
equal enjoyment ol their rights. We demand
■ if our public agents fidelity to their princi
ples, the honest execution of the pledges
made to the public; purity, integrity and
economy in the discharge ol their official du
ties. and the prompt and fearless examination
ami punishment of those who violate any of
their obligations. ... .
Second—That we heartily indorse the last
Republican Congress in repealing the law in
creasing official salaries ; in redllciugexyenses
bv more than f.ii.iHXl.lsd : in successfully re
sisting all jobs ; iu abolishing the extravagant
Government of the District of Columbia, and
in reforming abuse** ({puprally, whereby the
Republican party ha** proved itself to c*
worthv of continued support by the people.
Fourth—That we earnestly desire that the
order that its commcrciaTand industrial In
terests may not suffer injury by the fluctuation
of values. <>r by impairing the degree of con
fidence which now prevails with rt«arrl to the
circulating medium, which we hope soon to
see based on a metallic currency.
Fifth—That we disapprove of the election of
a President for a third term, as establishing a
precedent dangerous to the perpetuity of Re
publican institutions.
Sixth—That hom-st, practical labor should
be protected and receive a just reward, in
support of which vie# we favor the revision
of our treaty relations with the Empire of
China in such a manner as to discourage the
immigration of a servile class of laborers find
such legislation ** will actually prohibit the
importation of depraved persons from abroad.
Seventh—That, except in such cases as when
th< grant or subsidy is first submitted to the
people interested, and approved by them, wo
are opposed to the granting by County, State
or Federal Government of subsidies or grants
to railways or other corporations.
Eighth—That while we appreciate the ad
vantages derived from railroads, we demand
Ht the hands of our National Congress and our
State Legislature the passage of laws estab
lishing fares and freights at a reasonable rate,
and prohibiting such railways from discrimi
nating in their charges between the residents
< >f this State and those of other States : also,
we favi>r the passage of laws compelling rail
roads to pay a fair and equal amount of taxa
tion upon all property owned or controlled by
them in this State.
Ninth—We believe that the office and duty
of a statesman to be to do business for the
State, and In the transactions of the business
of the State R is our duty to call into official
I*1 • the most intelligent, industrious, enter
prising and discreet business men of the State,
hereby pie.Iging such men and all new candi
date b- .>r - us and the nominees of this Con
\ nt ion. if eVcted, to do business for the State
a- -niliistT o-dy, economically and discreetly
a- i i tb ir iuvividual capacity as private eitt
7■ i-. < > iristat **s theme* Ives ; that the corn
pen^ ii. ui f public employes should not ex
» i i»e ori • sum or amount that similar
«• v . k command in private pursuits of the
StHt
Tenth That the education of the children
tin State is a matter of deep public con
c< -n. Tin pnVi’ic schools and the school fund
of the Stn uum uni the fostering care of all
r> -UK Tne school fund of the State
shot h . veal in b inds of the State, un
h - -1 ■ n« - noth :u term and fact. The de
fraying - f the • * ponses of the State Land
Otfic. -II of the principal irreducible school
fund s a breach of trust, and disgraceful to
the Stale.
DISTRICT COURT.
The October term of the District Court, of
the Third Judicial District, of the State of
Nevada, in and for Lyon County. Commen
ced Monday, October 5th, 1874.
CALENDAB.
George Foote vs. J. Kalmes; appeal from
Justice Court: Geo. W, Keith for plaintiff,
John Powell Jr. for defendant,
D. W. Humphries vs. W. S. Hobert etal.;
Will Campbell for plaintiff, Mesick k Wood
for defendant.
Estate of A. F. Harley deceased; John
Powell Jr. attorney for administrator.
J. W. Hayuie A Co. vs, Martin Cooney;
Mesick, Seely k Wood for plaintiff. Will
Campbell, King k Ellis for defendant.
Estate of Wui. Arnold deceased; Geo. W.
Keith attorney for administrator.
Kossuth Mining Co. vs Alhambra Mining
Co. ; Williams, Bexler A Stone for plaintiff,
Mesick, Seely k Wood for defendant
Hawley Con. Mining Co. vs. Mewnon Min
ing Co;. J. Seely for plaintiff, W. 8. Wood for
defendant.
Estate of James Drysdale deceased ; Geo.
W. Keith attorney executrix.
Jonas Plireehower vs. J. C. Gruber; J. A.
Stevens for plaintiff, John Powell Jr. for
defendant.
l>aney Mining Co. vs. T. B. Winston et ala.; j
M. X. Stone for plaintiff, R. M. Clark for
defendant.
Estate of William Stead deceased , petition
for admission for probate of will ami for let
ters testamentary ; Geo. W. Keith for petition
er.
Grand Jurors gurniu >ned to appear Monday,
October5th, 1874, at 11 o'clock a. m.
J. A. Bonham, Clerk.
“IPER’S OPERA HOUSE.!
r»mi PTPFR .PROPRIETOR !
i ^BuInfoS.'.'.'.'.^.ACTlNO MANAGER j
LAST NICHT!
the Eccentric Comedian and Dramatic
Author, Mr.
WILLIE GILL!
Anil the Charming Comedienne,
MISS ROSE BAIN !
Supported by the Full Stock Company. i
SUNDAY EVENG, OCT. 4th.
- THE -
FLOWERS
-OF THE
.AND.
ROBERT MACAIRE!
$
MONDAY, First Appearance of
MRS. CHANFRAU !
In the* Thrilling Play,
WAS SHE RIGHT!
SATURDAY.
CRAND MATINEE!
PRICES OF ADMISSION :
Drew* Circle and Orchestra Chairs.fl 00
Parquette. SO
Private Boxes. 5 00
*2" No Extra Charge for Reserved Seats.
Box Sheet now open. 37-tf
INDEPENDENT
County Convention!
f|NHK INDEPENDENT COUNTY CONVEX
tion of Lyou Comity. will be held at i
DAYTON,
On Tuesday, October 6th
1874, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the nomination
of County anil Precinct Officers.
By order of
County Central Committee.
SAN FRANCISCO
uiotning Store !
BARNERT Sc LOVE,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
Custom aud Ready Made CLOTHING,
(rent’s Furnishing Goods, and Boys' Clothing.
Latest styles Hats. Trunks, Valises ami
Blankets. Remember the Place—SOUTH C
STREET. VIRGINIA, NEV., first door south
of Bank of California. 40
B. SCHWARTZ
fflAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING
-M. the Ladies of this City and Gold Hill
that he has opened a first-class
HAIR STORE,
* .... AND. . .
Ladies' Hair Dressing Establishment,
AT 110 SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA.
A large assortment of Human Hair, of al
colors, on hand. Perfumery of all kinds.
DELINQUENT SALE.
"«TlR(iIXIA CITY COAL COMPANY—
▼ Location of Wotks, El Dorado Canyon,
Lyon County, Nevada. There are delinquent
upon the following described stock, on ac
count of Assessment No. 3, levied on the first
(1st) day of September, A.D. 1*74. the several
amounts set opposite the respective Share
I holders, as follows :
Names. No. Cert. Shares. Amt.
Brisacher Alex.120 SOU $50 00
Brisacher Alex.121 500 50 00
! Crosier Arthur. 41 1000 100 00
Oroxier Arthur. 42 ltXX) 100 00
Crosier Arthur. 43 500 50 00
Crozier Arthur. 44 500 50 00
FerreudG E.116 25 2 50
Ferreud G E.11* 100 10 00
Hatch George. 46 1000 100 (X) i
Hatch George. 47 1000 100 00
Hatch George. 4* 500 50 00
Hatch George. 49 500 50 00
Hatch George. 50 125 12 50
Hickok W B, Trustee-HH 1000 100 00
Hickok W B, Trustee_ 89 1000 100 00
Hickok W B, Trustee_ 90 500 50 00
Hickok W B, Trustee_ 91 500 50 00
Hickok V B, Trustee_ 92 125 12 50
Kelly James... 15 125 12 50
Kelly James. 36 1000 100 00
Kelly James. 37 1000 1(X> <jo
Kelly James. 38 500 60 00
Kelly James. 39 500 50 00
Kelly James. 40 125 12 50
Kelly Hugh. 66 1000 loo (X)
Kelly Hugh. 67 1000 100 00
Kelly Hugh. 68 500 50 00
Kelly Hugh. 69 5(H) 50 00
Kelly Hugh. 70 125 12 50
Lord F C, Trustee. 64 500 50 (X)
LordFC, Trustee. 85 500 50 00
McKeay Alex. 35 125 12 50
McKeay Alex, Trustee... 98 500 50 00
McKeay Alex, Trustee. .. 99 300 30 00
McKeay Alex, Trustee .. .100 100 10 00
McKeay Alex, Trustee .101 100 10 00
O ’Brien WH. 71 1000 100 00
O'Brien W 8 . 72 1000 100 00
O'Brien W 8 . 73 600 50 00
O'Brien W 8 . 74 500 50 U)
O’Brien W 8.75 136 12 50
Putnam H W. 56 ltXW 100 00
Putnam H W. 57 1000 100 00
Bt rouse Mark.105 1000 100 00
Torp L H. Trustee.106 3»X) 30 00
Torp LH. Trustee.107 joo 30 0©
And in accordance with law, and an order
<»f the Board of Trustees, made on the First
day of September, A. D. 1874, so many Rhares
' f each parcel of said stock as may be neces
sary, will be sold at public am lion, at the
office of the Company, Room No. 7. Mcdin
Building. No. 16 N->rth C Street, Virginia
City, Nevada, on SATURDAY, the Thirty
first (31st) day of October, A. D. 1874, at 1
o’clock P. M. of said day, to pay said delin
quent assessment thereon, together with costs
of advertising and expeuses of sale.
F. C. LORD, secretary.
Office—Room No. 7, Media Building, No. 16
North C Street, Virginia City, Nevada.
VIRGINIA
GERMAN
DRUG
STORE
N«. 21 NORTH C STREET,
VIRGINIA CITY..NEV.
OE8TINC A WAGNER,
PROPRIETORS.
WE TAKE PI.EASITRE IN INFORMING
our friends and the public generally,
that we have recently purchased and refitted
the above well-known Drag Store, where will
be found constantly on hand a full supply 0f
Pure Drugs and Chemicals,
Also, well-assorted stock of Patent Medicines,
Toilet Article*, Perfumeries, Hair Oils, Soaps.
Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs. Sponges, and
everything pertaining to a first-lass Drug
Store. In addition we keep a full stock of
pure imported WINES, BRANDIES and
LIQUORS, for Medical purposes. We devote
especial attention to the compounding .if
Physicians' prescriptions at all hours of the
day and uight.
OESTING k WAGNER,
21 North C Street, Virginia City, Nevada.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby civsn that the
time for the Registration of the names
of the qualified Electo-s in the Election Dis
trict of the Township of Sutro, Lyon County,
Nevada, for the General Election, to be held
on the Third day of November, 1874* for the
County of Lyon, will expire at six o'clock
P. M. on the 20th day of October, 1874.
L. LAMB,
Registering Agent for the Township of Sutro.
Sutro, Nevada, Oct. 3, 1874. 40-td
DAYTON DAIRY!
A. A. ATKINS, - - Proprietor
PURE FRESH MILK DELIVERED
every morning at all places iu Dayton
and Silver City at most reasonable rates. 40
LUMBER YARD
FOR SALE!
OWING TO ENGAGING IN OTHER BUS
iness, I offer my old established Lumber
Yard, situated iu Dayton, doing a good paying
business, for Sale. Early application neces
sary. L. L. CROCKETT.
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN DISTRICT COURT. THIRD JUDICIAL
District. Lyon County. Nevada.—In the
matter of the estate of William Stead, de
ceased.—In pursuance of an order of the Hon.
W. M H(*»wi.Il Judge of this Court, duly
made and entered on the 2d day of October
A. I). 1874. notice is hereby given that on
FRIDAY, the lfith day of October 1*74. at 10
o’clock A. M. of said day. at the Court-room
of this Court, at Dayton, in said Lyon County,
has been-appointed for hearing the applica
tion of Phoebe A. Stead, praying that a docu
ment now on file in said Court, purporting t»
be the last will and testament of William
Stead, deceased, be admitted to probate, and
that letters testamentary thereon be issued to
said Phoebe A. Stead, who is named therein
as executrix, at which time and place all
persons interested may appear and contest the
same.
J. A. BONHAM, Clerk
Gao. W. Keith. Attorney for Petitioner.
Dayton, October 2d, 1874.
Walter, Rosenthal & Co.
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SILVER CITY, XEVADA.
Golden Eagle Hotel!
Pike Street Dayton. Nev.
J. H. JAQUA, Prop'r.
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAN
SIENT AND DAY BOARDERS.
Splendid Bar connected with the House.
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THE FIRST
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SILVER CITY,
OCTOBER SO, I874>
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