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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
jT||ry.Octebw ituiii, 1st i.
|gl5C STOCK REPORT.
norniuk Hoard.
Thursday, October 23,1S74.
Onbir, 57X, 66X, 57 X. 58X, 59X. 60 b30
?2 Gould & Curry.... 29, 28 X. 2s, 27, 27 X
iiS Best & Belcher.29 X, 30 b3U. 29 ,
Savage.74, 73, 73X, 74, 75 b3g
Hale x Norcross.46, 47, 47 b5, 48 b3U
Schullar.d2, 61, til X, 02
Cr-wn P(*int.57X, 57 \, 57 X blO, 57 >4
Yellow Jacket... .93, 92 X s3, 92 b30, 91X
.J£ Imperial.10X, 10V4, H>\„ 10* b3
IS Empire Mill.9X, 9?«, 9*
-,10 Ken tuck, 17 X. 17 X. 18,17 X slo, 18b517X
40 G. H. Quartz.;v.0
•2720 Belcher.57, 56, 5* 1)30, 57X b5. 56X
120 Alpha. IdX
JjjJ con, Virginia, 109, loux. 110, 109'4, llu
1130 Sierra Nevada.8X,8X, #‘b,8X 1
70 Daney.lX*. 1 1 j
170 Seg. Belcher.125, 120, 122, 121 X, 120
1055 Overman. 64 X, 64 X, 64 X boo
355 Justice.38, 37, 3ti
150 Succor. .3 :
850 Lady Bryan.2X, 2X, 2X b5
135 Julia.4X, 4 i
355 Caledonia.19, 20, 19J4
410 Knickerbocker.4X, 5, 4\ ;
100 Globe. ........iX
325 Baltimore.9 V4 b5, 9 X, 9
15 l*tab. 3X
255 California.59 X, 6o
665 Silver Hill...JX, lsi
195 Eclipse.7, 7X. 1% b30. 7Vt
350 Dayton.5?4. 0 b5, 5rB
45 Bock Island.4S4
100 Dardanelles.17 X
250 S. Y. Con.3, 3X
AHeriioon Hoard.
71 Meadow Valley.6"*, 6SB |
245 Raymond & Ely.17, 16 \
1063 Belmont.8, BX, 8 biu, 7 \
1115 Rye Patch.34«, 3X
2ik> Ei Dorado North.1 4, 2
200 M. Belmont.loc
400 Calistoga.lu?4, 10 «
36 Golden Chariot.2X
50 Silver Chord.IX
1050 Kossuth.2 X, 2 S,, 2 X, 2 X
10 Pacific.50c
250 Leo.IX
645 Overman.6G, 65, 66 b30, 66 X b3U
880 Belcher.57 X. 57 J4. 5m, 58 X
360 Chollar.*74, 63X, 64. 64X. 64 X
850 Ophir.69X.59, 59X, 59X b30
240 Gould & Curry.28, 28X, 28X
4*>0 Con. Virginia.112, 113, 113 b3
4P) Yellow Jacket. 94, 92 X b3, 93. 94
745 Imperial.10s*
80 Seg. Belcher.130, 125
306 Crown Point.58, 57 X
70 Savage.74, 73
66 Confidence.22
450 California..60, 59 X, 61 b30
MASS MEETING!
Citizens of Lyon County
Meet at Dayton.
TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION
Two Hundred Torches !
Crand Illumination
of the Town !
Nearly every House on Main and
Pike Sts. Illuminated in honor
I oi the Grand Event ! !
l<ast evening, according to an- i
nouncement, the grand event of the
campaign took place at Dayton.
Bonfires had been prepared for near
a mile above the town, which assist
ed greatly the vehicles from Silver
City and towns above. One of the
handsomest features of the proces
sion that was formed at the Toll
house, was a number of school
girls, who marched with the sturdy
voters through the streets of the
County Seat, until they arrived at
the Court House. After music by
the Washington Guard Baud of Vir
ginia City, Dr. Buncher, Chairman
of the Union Republican County
Central Committee, called the meet
ing to order, when Dr. Zabriskie
was chosen Chairman of the meet
ing. The Doctor explained, in a few
happy remarks, that Dr. Hazlett
would not be present owing to en
gagements at Carson City, and intro
duced Colonel J. C. Zabriskie, of
San Francisco.
The Colonel, ono of the most elo
quent speakers of the Pacific coast,
opened the ball by paying a merited
compliment to the Hon. C. E. De
Long. He spoke of him as reooi v i ng
and deserving of more distinction
abroad than any of the Ministers of
the United States Consulate, and
thought Gen. Grant did a very un- j
wise act when ho received Minister
Be Long’s resignation. The speaker
then paid his attention to the vari
ous political parties of the day, and :
spoko of the Independents ns tho
“ hybrids, not liable to perpetuate
their species,” which was received
with hearty applause. We have not
the spaco to review the masterly
etlort of Col. Zabriskie, and, with
all the help and room that could be
asked for, we could not do justice to
the same. He must bo heard to bo
appreciated.
At the close of the speech of ihe '
Colonel, it was ascertained that lion.
C. E. DoLong, who was announced
to speak, had not arrived. What
the cause of the delay none could
divine; but it is supposed that tho
nnpassability of the roads was tho
cause. No "other speakers being
present, tho meeting broke up with
three rousing cheers for tho Repub
lican ticket.
W. R. BISON,
liF.AI.KH rs
CHOICE TEAS, GROCERIES,
And Provisions, which ho offers as cheap for
Cash as any House in the State. A laree
assortment of Native and Foreitfi Fruits in
Cans and Glass, and Family Supplies of all
descriptions kept constantly on hand.
t 2-lh cans tomatoes.$1 00
t 2-lb cans oysters. 1 oo
* 2-th cans peaches. 1 00
4 2-lb cans pie fruit. t no
And everything else in proportion.
Go and *n t some of Bison's Coffee—Try it.
udd Fellows Building, Main street, Gold llill,
Our Public Schools.
Following is the roll of honor of
the Silver City Public School for the
moqth of October:
Commercial Class—Geo. Holmes,
Jas. Henry, Willie Henry, Xaomia
Angell.
Class A — John Burnell, Jerry
Heart, Lottie Young, Ida Danforth.
Class B—John Jones, Willie Jones,
Walter Hill, George Hill, Horatio
Angell, Mary Martin, Olivia Burnell,
Myra Burnell, Ella Jones, Anna
Henry, Adda McDuffie, Sarah Drys
dell, Jennie Wheeler. Whole num
ber ot pupils, 121; average attend
ance, 95 per cent.
Intermediate Department— Miss
Belle Smith, teacher.— Cora Angell,
Kosie Stock, Celia Gross, Lulu Dean,
Emma Matliews, Annie Mathews,
Lottie Brainard, Caroline Sabin,
Minnie Farr, Annio Horan, Fannie
Powers, Made Sherman, Mary Haf
fey, Kosie Gross, Lizzie Whitman,
Louisa Wolfong, Andy Bonham,
Willie Armstrong, Willie Farr, Joint
Dean, Willie Fitzpatrick, Charley
Wagner, Alex. McKenzie, Johnny
Quinn, Frank Armstrong, James
Quintrall, Peter Gross, Johnny Gross,
Duncan McKenzie.
Following is the roll of honor of
the Dayton Public School for the
month of October;
Albert Harris, Kosa Harris, Annie
Beal, Alice Hunt, Minnie Leslie,
Emma Henley, Xellio Midgly,EnHna
Humphreys, Kate Bardenwerper,
Carrie Bardenwerper.
M. H. Swift, Principal.
Election Law.
We copy, for tho benefit of our
readers, the following pertinent ex
tracts from tho Election Law of the
State of Nevada:
Section 1. At all elections held
under this Act the polls shall bo
opened at tho hour of 8 o’clock in
the forenoon and continue open un
til 0 o'clock in the afternoon of tho
same day, at which time tho polls
shall be closed; and upon opening
the polls one of tho Clerks, under
the direction of tho Inspectors, shall
make proclamation of the same; and
30 minutes before closing of tho
polls proclamation shall be made in
like manner that tho polls will be
closed in lialf an hour; but the
Board may, in their discretion, ad
journ the polls for one hour at any
time they may think proper during
tho day before four o’clock in the
afternoon, proclamation of the samo
being made.
Sec."I3. Every elector shall, in
full view, deliver to one of tho In
spectors of the election a single bal
lot or piceo of paper, on which shall
bo written or printed the names of
the persons voted for, with a perti
nent designation of the offices to
which each person so named is in
tended by him to be chosen. Said
ballot may be open or folded, as the
voter may choose; and said ballot
shall, in color, size, form and text
ure, conform to the requirements set
forth in the proclamation of the
County Commissioners of each
county; and further, that said bal
lot or ticket shall be freo from
marks, characters or device, or thing
that would enable any person to
distinguish by the back or when
folded, from any other legal ticket
or ballot.
See. IS. No ticket or ballot shall
on the day of election be given or
delivered to, or received by any per
son except the Inspector, or a Judge
acting as Inspector, nor fold any
ticket or unfold any Inllot which lie
iutends to use in voting, or exhibit
to another in any manner by which
tho contents thereof may bo known,
or request another person to exhibit
or disclose tbc contents of any ticket
or ballot, within one hundred feet ot
the polling place; provided, that in
case any elector voting an open
ticket, the Inspector or Judge acting
as Inspector, may fold tho sumo be
fore placing it in the ballot-box.
Tilt IU1 i'Klli.NCK.
Tlio Democrats of Georgia ami
Louisiana band together aiul equip
themselves with thp most approved
rifles, and feel hurt if any one ques
tions their constitutional right to
tints bear arms. But tlio exercise of
the same right on the part of the
Republicans, is looked upon as a
conspiracy against the peace of fhe
State, And to find a revolver pr rifle
in the possession of a colored man is
sufficient evidence to hang tlio pos
sessor to the limb pi a tree or riddle
him with bullets. This is Southern
Democracy, that claims national
honors at the hands of the people.
If savage barbarism could win hon
ors, Democracy would carry off tlio
lion’s share.
GOLDEH THtTH8 Fiuni THE WHITE HOUSE.—
Serene as a Summer's day are those well
known and popular clothing men, Messrs.
c,,hu * Isaacs, So. 10 south C street, Virginia.
The world wags well with them. People appre
elate their goods, approve of their prices; and
admire th' ir style of doing business. At ttie
White House Clothi.no stoke art' seen no
broils nor contentions with swindled custo
mers returning moth-eaten and inferior goods.
So evasive protestations, that ■ I dtdti t sell it
to you " and "I didn't recommend it. winding
UP with "your eyes were your market, sir.
At the White House old customers daily re
turn. bringing their friends with them, who
also become good customers. Of course to
some natures, it is very galling to see> a new
establishment like the " bite House open
right under their noses, as it were, “ a :e
a marked and brilliant success; taking in the
very start a high position in public eaieeu,.
and gaining a greater share of P0P“'ar *»vor
and patronage than many houses that have
herd hammering away for years. However,
these old houses should learn to grin and
bear it. Messrs. Cohn & Isaacs do not allude
to these things in any aptrtt of prt le or trt
umph; they simply state facts for the publii
liooil They do not doubt that it is gall and
wormwood to their neighbors to hate custo.
mers Of many years standing leave them and
give tloir patronage to the White Ho. -v
CniTHlNO Stohe. but manifestation of temper
is in V. rv bail taste, and really has » bad elici t.
Hein matiif' stly untrue it disgusts all he-ar
ers and scuds eustomera by scores to the
White House. Such Is life. So mote it be.
DR. A. It. SPINNEY.
Well known throughout the country as a
Pathologist and Physiologist, whose success
ful treatment of certain physical disabilities
and functional derangements deservedly en
title him to the familiur recognition ui the
Great Specialist, would respectfully inform
the citizens of Virginia City and vicinity that
he can be consulted, ns usual, at his office,
in his New and Commodious Rooms. Au. IMH
Mouth T Mlro«»t. thus giving invalids an
opportunity of ridding themselves, through
his professional agency, of such constituti mal
annoy ances and ailments as he claims to com
pass and to cure. Without entering into biog
raphical details,it is sufficient t<> simply prom
ulgate the fact that DU. SPINNEY'S'tihidlest
reputation may be traced back to his Inaug
uration and conduct of the Montreal (Canada
East) Medical Institute. The regime of tlia
English Pharmaceutical College is gauged l»y
an elevated standard. An extended experience
and an assiduous study of the varied phases
of Disease, enables him to guarantee assur
ances of success in the eradication of the
multiform chronic affections incident to both
sexes, such as Nervous Debility. Exhausted
Vitality. Youthful Excesses. Marriage Imped
iments, Chronic and General Affections.
TO THE E A DIEM.
DU. SPINNEY, while naturally impressed
with the delicacy of the subject, feels no hesi
tancy in assuring them that, in conjunction
with a competent knowledge of their suffer
ings. such as Nervousness, Neuralgia, Spinal
Weakness, Loss of Appetite. Lassitude, Pro
lapsus Eteri. Retroversions or Displacement
of the Womb, Vaginal Irregularities, Leu
ch«-rTea, Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation,
and the many petty irritating distractions
that almost invariably have their origin in tho
uterine region, afford them immediate relief.
TOME AND RE HEATED.
It matters not what your troubles may be,
come ami let the Doctor examine your case
It wilt cost you nothing for consultation, so
please call and satisfy yourselves whether the
Doctor \mderstands your case. If he can cure
you lie will tell yon so : if not, lie will say so,
for he will not undertake a case unless he is
confident of effecting a cure.
Y»rM« mi;\.
Who may be suffering from the effects of
youthful follies or indiscretion, will do well
t i avail themselves of this. the greatest boon
ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity.
l>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
ter, which he undertakes and fails to cure,
lie would, therefore, say to the unfortunate
suff* rcr 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 you obstinately persist in pro
crastination. the time must come When the
skilful physician can render you no assist
ance; when the door of hope will be closed
against you: when no angel of mercy can
bring you relief. In i. > case has the Doctor
failed of success. Then let no despair work
itself upon your imagination, but avail your
self of the beneficial results of his treatment
before your ease is beyond the reach of med
ical skill, or before gr/m death hurries you to
a premature grave.
lliriillo-Atfcri lien.
There ar< many of the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacua
tions "f the bladder, often |accoinpanied by a
slight smarting of burning sensation, and
a weakening of the system in a manner the
patient cannot account for; on examining the
urinary deposits a vrtpy sediment \rill often
be found, and sometimes small particles of
albumen will appear, or the color will be >>f a
thin or niilkish hue. again changing to a dark
and torpid appearance. There are many m* n
who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the
cause, which is the s<xoud stage of seminal
weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect
cure in Mil such cases, and a healthy restora
tion of >he gt nito-urinary organs.
N. lb Only an intervii w required in a ma
jority of casts; balance ofitreatment can be
r-inducted at home without interruption of
business. No case treated without a personal
interview and proper examination. Office
I ours—bt t«» 1, ‘2 to 1, and 7 to ii. Consultation
Free. Examination and advice, $T>. 28-tf
rvrrrr^.nnBricturrjejWii w *******
Great Rejoicing!
FALL CAMPAIGN
FA IRLY IN AUGURATED!
.AND.
BANNER BROTHERS
(VS USUAL}
TRIUM PH ANT!
frST RECEIVED AND STILT. RECEIY
ing. at this Mammoth Establishment, the
most extensive and complete assortment of
Fall and Winter
CLOTHING
T.\ ER RHOl GlIT TO THIS EITV.
TUE BEST OF FABRIC AND THE NOB
BIEST STYLES OF
BUSINESS SUITS!
CAN BE FOUND AT
BANNER BROTHERS.
3 ATI X LINED DRESS SUITS,
To suit the most fastidious, at
Banner Brothers.
Chinchilla, Diagonal and Braver
OVERCOATS !
That will excel anything ever exhibited in
the City of Virginia for comfort
unci durability, at
BANNER BROTHERS.
OUR ASSORTMENT IS THE LARGEST !
Ol'Ii VARIETY THE GREATEST!
OUR GOODS THE BEST, AND
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST!
BANNER BROS.
Bid Defiance to all Opposition, and will sell
their New and Mammoth Stock of Clothing
at PRICES SO LOW as will send terror to all
self-styled Clothing Dealers of this city.
Banner Brothers,
Who always study to please their Patrons, aro
determined to continue, bv straightforward
dealings. to merit the respect and esteem of
their fellow-citizens.
BUY ALL YOUR CLOTHING
_ OF.
Banner Brothers,
Corner C mill Taylor Streets,
V1K4.1MA CITY.
DEMOCRATIC & LIBERAL j
STATE TICKET.
ELECTION, TUESDAY,
XOYF.HBFlt 3d, 1*74.
FOR GOVERNOR,
L. R. BRADLEY.
OF ELKO COUNTY.
For Lieutenant Governor,
JEWETT W. ADAMS,
Of Storey County
For Congress,
A. C. ELLIS,
Of Ormsby County.
Supreme Judge—Long Term,
A. M. HILLHOUSE,
Of Eureka Cour^y.
Supreme Judge—Short Term,
C. H. BELKNAP,
Of Ormsby County.
Attorney General,
J. R. KITTRELL,
Of White Pine County.
Clerk of Supreme Court,
B. H. HEREFORD,
Of Lincoln County.
Secretary of State,
C. D. SPIRES.
Of Lander County
Controller,
T. li. CRANLEY,
Of White Pine County.
Treasurer,
JERRY SCHOOLING,
Of Ormsby County.
Surveyor General,
G. HAIST,
Of Storey County.
{superintendent of Public Instruction,
A. H. WILLIS,
Of Storey County.
State Mineralogist,
W. FRANK STEWART,
Of Storey County.
State Printer,
JOHN J. HILL,
Of Humboldt County.
riatlorin and Resolutions.
Uerwlved. 1. That we. the representatives
of flu- Democratic and Liberal party of the.
Stub oi Nevada, do hereby express our fullest
confidence in the administration of our pres
ent executive, the Horn L. It. Bradley, Who,
for the honest and upright manner in which
he has administered the a fliers of State, de
serves the full and hearty confidence of all
I persons, irrespective of politics, in the State.
•j. That we are opposed to those combina
tions of massed capital which determine to
I direct, control and debauch legislation; which
endeavor to override ami crush every man
ami every interest they cannot control or use; j
which make bribery a trade, corruption a sys- I
tern, and openly mab m or secretly whisper
away the good name of every public man who !
will not do thoir bidding.
That we are opposed to the granting of j
subsidies in any form, cither by Congress or j
the Legislature of the State.
4. That we are opposed to the election of
any candidate for the Presidency to a third
term of office.
;>. That the Democratic partv of this State
does most unequivocally condemn the late
enactment of the Congress ot the l nited
States known as the “ Back Salary Act."
t>. That wt art; opposed to the introduction |
of chim -c into our midst, and fo the end
i that the laboring men of this State may not
| have to compete with Chinese labor, we re- i
I quest our Senators and Congressmen to take |
' such acajou as may be necessary to secure the j
rep. al of tLit present treaty with the Empire
of China.
7. That cheap transportation is actually
necessary for the well-being and prosperity ol
the State, pn l that we favor the passage of
a law by our next Legislature regulating the
tariff of freights and lares on road- in ibis
State, and preventing unjust diserimnnuion.
5. That wt are iu favor of taxing the prop
erty of railroad companies the same as other
property, and that the property of railroad
| companies should be adjusted as near to its
! actual cash value as other property is now
assessed.
! That we are m tavor ox uio auopuon oi a
I law by the Legislature limiting a legal day's
work to eight hours.
Hi. That we are opposed to the repeal or
modification of our present bullion tax law.
as we consider it the most just and equitable
that can be advised, as it is only by tins mode
of taxation that a large amount of foreign
capital that exacts the protection of our laws
can be brought to bear its just proportion of
the expenses of the State and County Gov
ernments.
11. That we arraign the party of the Ad
ministration iu power for its unexampled ex
travagance and corruption, and for its uncon
stitutional and dangerous usurpation of pow
ers not delegated to tlm Federal Government:
we demand an honest, economical and just
administmtion of national aftuirs; we demand
an immediate abandonment of all efforts to
rule States for party purposes by an infamous
alliance of carpet-baggers, scalawags ami
bayonets; we heartily condemn the conduct
of those Who, under any pretense or guise,
disgrace themselves and their country by
lawless acts of vibFence against the colored
j race in the Southern States; as also those car
pet-baggers, who have for yeure past eaten up
the substance of those whom they have op
pressed and deceived.
P2. That we demand the adequate punish
ment or all men guilty of corruption and
embezzlement in office: we demand an imme
diate repeal of the law by which the party iu
power seeks *o muzzle a free press; v de
nounce its wholesale appropriation of the
public school domain to railroads and corrupt
corporations: we demand of the Government
a careful reservation of the remaining public
lands for the us** aiul benefit of the I'nion
soldiers and sailors and of actual settlers; we
demand a repeal of the Legal Tender Act at
the earliest practicable date, and a specie
basis and free banking with a secured cur
rency; we demand a tariff for revenue only,
tree from unjust discriminations, which
raise little or no revenue, create monopolies
and unnecessarily increase the cost of living
and encourage corrupt legislation, and we de
mand the payment of all forms of national
debts in coin or its equivalent when due, ami
the equal and just distribution of taxes on
imports required to raise the necessary
reuenue. 46-td
4. J. SMITH,
CANDIDATE FOE
CONSTA BLE,
TOWNSHIP No. 1,
THIRD AND FOURTH WARDS,
Virginia City.
1849. 185a
** °LD
THIRD ANNIVERSARY
«..
BALL
«.o
Of tile Society of
Pacific Coast Pioneers!
AND CELEBRATION OF THE
Admission of Nevada
I
into the Union,
ON THE EVENING OF
FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1874,
In the Magnificent Hall of
ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING,
V I R C I N I A ,
. .. .AND AT_
MINERS’ UNION HALL,
COLD HILL.
MANAGING COMMITTEE
W F Stewart, W I) C Gibson,
A J Tyrrell. Will Thomas.
L P Wardell,
INVITATION & RECEPTION COMMITTEE.
VIRGIN!
S A Mr Means. Joseph Nelson,
Wm M Stewart, Clias Cummings,
Clias E DeLong, O T Legate,
William Sharon, E Jackson,
James G Fair, Wm S Wood,
J 11 Winters, Wm M Lent,
Yolney E Spalding, Tims Sunderland,
John Lambert, G W Hazleton,
Charles Rawson, (’has Getzler,
A L Edwards, s A Tomkins,
T 11 Stoker, J S Kaueen,
John Knox. W J Ford,
H V McCullough, J S Peck,
W F Shepard, s S Atchison,
Maj (1 E Ferrpnd, Tom Eager,
It H Taylor. ' Elliott;
Will Campbell, S 1) llakei,
W F Stewart. ( has Hall,
Fred I Titus, J 15 Overton,
•J P Smith, G Haist,
Matt Redding. A Melatovicp,
Joseph Stewart, A Aurich.
Wm G Shields, L R Bradley,
Frank Morrill, Geo H Mallory,
A W Currier, W B Hiekok,
George Sanders, T s Goin,
Dr M Holmes, E Skaggs,
Major Dowuie, A Williams.
GOLD HII.L.
Hon J P Jones, Hank Jewett,
•I W Noyes. C L Brown,
Seymour Pixley, T W Goodwin,
W H Meserve, Henry Balch,
A 1> Moore. M Frankenbetmer,
Hank Donnelly, H C Griswold.
Sam I. Jones, Hank BlaAchard,
George Adams, Wm La Force,
WR Risen, ('has Adams,
L T Fox, Frank Wheeler,
Henry Jones, H Harris,
Judge Fitzsimmons, J M Miner,
Alf Doten, A Lafee.
J Richardson,
LYON COUNTY.
J W Grier, John Briggs.
Chas Robedee, John W L Hunt,
Will Thomas, Clans Becker,
Geo Atkinson, John Vandewater,
Bob Buzan, -lames Killen,
G (’ Fish, Z Crane,
M R Harrington, Patrick Henry.
ORMSL\ COUNTY.
W \\ Hobart, Wm Patterson,
George Chedic, Farmer Treadway,
Samuel Baker, (’has Wilson,
(ins Lewis, G 1> Fryer,
M R Elsiuer, Robt I* Fouke,
1* C HyuAn, W O Brodhead,
George 1. Gibson, James Dudie.
Thomas Wells,
WASHOE COUNTY.
S F Hoole, G W Hepperly,
W H Carey, C H Eastman,
Theo Winters, R I* M Kelly.
F A Parke,
FLOOR MANAGERS AT THE HALL:
VIRGINIA.
W W Tinker. T B Storer,
John S Kaneeu, Maj G E Ferreml,
gold hiLl.
Charles Robedee, A D Morse,
A J Tyrrell, Willett Young,
^am Jones. W. H. Meserve,
Hank Blanchard,
CARSON.
C Wilson, W W Hobart.
washoe.
S F Houle, 1- A Parke.
OKM.~ a.
T Swift, M R Elstner.
FLOOR DIRECTORS:
VIRGINIA. GOLD U1LL.
A L Edwards. W D C Gibson.
AUMIKSIO \ TICK UTS *3.00
Holders of Tickets entitled to Fk^f. Passage
on Omnibuses and admission to Dancing Halls
at Gold Hill and Virginia a>1 libitum.
The most perfect order will he preserved,
and no disreputable persons will be admitted.
Reliable persons will be in charge of the
Cloak and Hat Rooms, and no charges will be
made to the Guests.
On SATURDAY, OCT. 31
The PIONEERS will form in PROCESSION
in front of their Hall on B street. Virginia, at
12 o’clock M., preceded by the National Guard
as an escort, and will march down Sutton
avenue to C street ; through C street to Crown
Point office. Gold Hill, and countermarch to
Fort Homestead, where the
LITERARY EXERCISES
Of the Day will take place. These exercises
will consist of an
ORATION. by W. FRANK STEWART
_AND AN
| ORIGINAL POEM.by R. H. TAYLOR
After which a COl.l UiOX will be
served for the Society and its Guests. The
Procession will then again form and return to
Pioneer Hall, Virginia, and be dismissed.
VIRGINIA
PERMAN
DRUG
STORE
No. 21 NORTH C STREET,
VIRGINIA CITY,.NEV.
OESTING & WAGNER,
PROPRIETORS.
IVi; TAKE FldlASIRE IN informing
▼ ▼ <>ur friends and the public generally,
that we have recently purchased ant refitted
the above well-known Drag Store, where will
be found constantly on hand a fuli supply of
Pure Drugtf aod Chemicals,
Also, well-assorted stock of Patent Medicines,
Toilet Articles, Perfumeries. Hair Oils, Soaps.
Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs, Sponges, and
everything pertaining to a first-class Drgg
Store. In addition we keep a full stocVof
pure imported WINKS. BRA NOTES and
LigrORS, for Medical purposes. We devote
especial attention to the compounding of
Physicians' prescriptions at all hours of the
day and night.
* OESTING It WAGNER,
21 North C Street, .'irginia City, Nevada.
C. A. NOLTEMEIER,
METROPOLITAN
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
108 SOUTH C STREET,
VIRGINIA, NEVADA,
FWWRES 1*1. asure in informing the Citizens
■ iif Nevada, that his immense Stork,
purr based under his own personal supervision,
has arrived, and will hr sold at prices to
defy competition. His stock consists of
GENT'S,
BOYS’,
LADIES’ a VP
CHILDREN’S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all descriptions, and he wishes all to give
him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as he
ran and will offer superior inducements to any
house in the State.
A. M. McCABE
A NNOUNCES HIMSELF AN INDEPEND
| Xm. ent Candidate for
Sheriff of Lyon County,
1 At the ensuing Election. November 3d, 1874.
HENRY HILL
A NNOt'NOES HIMSELF AS AN INDE
xm. pendent Candidate for
CONSTABLE!
SILVER CITY PRECINCT.
THOMAS WOCAN
A NNOfM EH HIMSELF AS AN INDE
7m. pendent Candidate for the
House of Representatives !
At the ensuing Election, and desires that hi a
friends may come to his rescue. 2‘.Md
METROPOLITAN STABLES
South C Street, Virginia.
x CLASS TEAMS AT REASONABLE
rates. Particular attention paid to
BOARDERS!
-THt KtST
VENTILATED STABLE!
IX THE CITY.
C. W. LEIHY, - - Proprietor.
Union Market !
j MAIN STREET, - DAYTON.
A T THIS MARKET can be found at all
times, Fresh
Beet, Pork,
Mutton. Sausage,
Corned Meats,
RK8T RENDERED TALLOW,
Specially prepared for Mill use.
HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS '.
Meats doli.ve.ml to Customers free of charge.
WINZELL & CAMPBELL.
Washington Market,
MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NET.
PAUL GROSS,
rjl.VKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE
-A. citizens of Silver City and vicinity,
that he continues to keep on hand the choi
cest of
BEEF. PORK. MUTTON,
VEAL, SAUSAGE, CORNED MEATS
HOME CURED HAMS AND BACON
PURE RENDERED LARD IN CANS.
MINERS’ BITTERS !
COMPOSED entirely of Herbs gathered
from the Sierra Nevada and Kocky
Mountains, and which, as hundreds can tes
tify by personal experience, have a beneficial
instead of injurious effect upon the human
system.
Dr. Pettinelli,
No. 138 SOUTH C STREET
VIRGINIA CITY,
MANUFACTURER
Will supply ull>»rUers on short notice.

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