OCR Interpretation


Lyon County times. [volume] (Silver City, Nev.) 1874-1907, November 05, 1874, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Nevada Las Vegas University Libraries

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84022053/1874-11-05/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Tl.ar»d»y. 8. 1W74,
r STOCK KEPOKT.
Horninc Board.
WnusMDi*. November 4,1874
UI 0;ihir. 59%, 59%. 60 b8, 89%, 60. 60 010
£5 Gould & Curry, 58%, 28%, 28%, 29 bs, 29
M S Belober, 31, 31%, 32, 32% 1)30, 31%
;J5 s»v.g8, 73, 73%. 74, 74 bS
n,„ll«, 58, 69 blO, 59% b30. 58%
C? u.ip t Norcrooo, 44, 44%. 44%, 44% b5
vT, Grown Point, 57, 5C%, 55. 66 b3, 67% b30
Yellow Jacket, 89, 8»%, 90 1)30, 88
“ Kentuck. 16, 15%, 15%, 16 b30
,-t \lpha, 15 k* 1515k
?! iiel. ber, 57, 58 blO, 57%, 58% bSO, 57%.58
is con. Virginia, 120,121, 120 blO, 120%, 120
•40 Sierra Nevada, 8%, 8%, 8%
J*jj ^Tfclrber, 120,120,80
,« overman, 65, 56, 65 b5, 05 blO, 54 %, 55
S justice, 30, 29% b3 .
U;(-V Vi'3*
30) Julia, 2%. 8, 3%
mo Succor, i/%
5 Caledonia, 19. 19k. 19k
«mi Knickerbocker, 4k. 43», 4k
Jo Globe. lk.lH
So Baltimore, 9k. 9k. »k, 9
71%', Bacon, 5 k
i*0 Bullion, 14, 14k, 15
250 Utah, 4, 3k. 4
sk) California, 59 k. 60, 59. 59 k
310 Silver Hill, 6, 6k, 6k
jfio Eclipse, 7k, 3. 8k, 3k b5
425 Dayton, 5k, 5k, 5k, 5k, 5k b30, 5k
”50 Rock Island, 4k, 43, b3
‘♦5 Dardanelles, 18, 17
160 3f. Y. Con.. 3, 3k
270 Senator, lk, lk
150 Occidental, 2k, 2k
145 Union Con., 19k, 19
50 American Flat, 9
1490 Woodville, 2k, 2k, 2
100 Mint, 25c
poo Indus, 1 k • 1 k
100 Lady WaAtaRton, 2
•j00 Seg. Rock Island, lk
650 Leo, 1, lk .
100 Crown Point Tlavine. 60c
•250 North Canon, 2, 2 k
425 Andes, 1,1k
Afternoon Board.
aA Meadow Valley, 6k, 6, STfc, 6 830
*5 Raymond k Ely, 14k, 15, 15k
’90 Crown Point, 56k, 56k, 57 b30
.15 Overman, 55 , 55k. 55 b30, 55k h2, 55k b3
uo Con. Virginia, 121 k. 122,123
Gould & Curry, 30k, 30k, 30k
10 Yellow Jacket. 87
25 Hale k NorcroBfi, 43 k, 43
125 California. 60, 60k b3, 59k. 60 b3
285 Belcher, 57 k. 57 k, 57 k
20 Exchequer, 180
150 Justice, 29, 28
100 Dayton, 5k
The Election passed oft very
quietly in this place, and it might be
aided, throughout the county. No
serious difficulty took place, only
iwo or three slight scrimmages oc
cnrring. The friends of |both po
litical parties worked from early in
ihe morning until the last vote was
polled. The law closing the saloons
a well as keeping the crowd away
from the polls, had much to do with
the orderly character of the election.
With some oi the State and County
officers the contest was pa-ticularly
uniting, and the result is yet in
loubt, two or three votes changing
t either way; but it is generally con
eded that the entire Republican
ounty ticket is elected. The Re
ublicans can congratulate them
elves that they carried the LegLsla
,ve county ticket by the “ skin of
heir teeth;” it took hard work. We
publish all the returns it was pos.
lible to procure up to the time of
going to press last evening. In the
Times of Sunday morning we will be
»ble to give nearly or quite the offi
cial returns of this county, and per
haps of the entire State.
Precinct Officers Elected.—
For School Trustees of Silver City
precinct, all Republicans — H. A.'
Chapin, 217; C. L. Sherman, 233;
Theo. S. Davenport, 213. For Jus
tice of the Peace, J. P. Gould, 203.
In this precinct, J. W. Miller (rep.i
tor Constable, received 167, and
Henry Hill (dem.) 173, but it is
thought the vote of Eureka Mill will
he counted into this precinct, which
"ill elect Miller by some sixty ma
jority. jn Dayton, M. C. llickey
"as re-elected Justice of the Peace;
John Gearhart elected Constable;
ileesrs. Midgely, Harris and Long,
School Trustees.
Burglars.— There have been a
number of small robberies lately,
principally conlined to lodging
houses. As a Chinaman was de
Wed in the act of robbing the Sil
House, it is more than probable
that he has been doing considerable
hi the line. It is to be hoped that a
hose of buck-shot will settle the
thief soon. Until this desirable end
haccomplished, it would be well for
to put their v aluables out ol' the
resch ot thieves.
Escapes.—A Chiijaman was found
ty night-watchman Miller, in the
Silver Saloon, early Tuesday morn
in8. On searching the rascal, a
tinsel, hatchet, and other formidable
*eapous were found. In some man
tor the Chinaman managed to break
'°°S9 from the officer, who fired
itiree or four shots at him, but did
lot succeed in bringing him down,
teither did he effect his arrest again.
Assessments Levied.—Our read
(rs will, perhaps, be surprised to
'earn that the Avalanche G. AS. M.
levied an assessment on the 2d
tisy of October, payable the 15th day
ofNovomber, 1874, and delinquent
“(Ac 15M day of November, 1874,”
** published in a Carson paper.
®**d sale will be illegal, as publica
tion has not been made according to
‘aw—in the paper published in the
tounty.
LYOX rorifTY RETl'RTKN.
By some unknown cause, the re
turns of Eureka Mill, 8utro and
Wadsworth did not come in time for
this issue. We hope to be able to
give them in our next:
« 3
S . 3 a I
£ ! g I e |
— • a a 3 *
CD ft O W CD {£
For Governor—
J. C. ,Hazlett. 165 118 6.
• L. R. Bradley. 188 98 24 .
Lieut. Governor—
John Bowman. 175 92 6.
Jewett Adams. 171 114 23 .
Congress—
William WoodbtURt.. 194 103 6 .
A. C. Ellis. 149 114 24 .
Supreme Judge—
W. H. Beatty. 307 127 8 .
A. M. Hill house..,. 91 22.
Warner Ear11. 203 105 -6
C. H. Belknap. 151 113 24 .. ..
Clerk Sup. Court—
C. F. Biekuell. 200 123 6 .
B. H. Hereford. 60 95 24 .
Sec. of State—
J. D. Minor.316 197 21 .
C. D. Spire*. 20 9 .
Attorney Gen.—
Moses Tebbs. 200 202 6 .
J. R. Kittrell. 133 115 24 .
Treasurer—
Geo. Tufly. 208 96 8 .
Jerry Schooling. 140 122 23 .
Controller—
W. W. Hobart. 318 198 22 .
T. R. Cranley. 20 9 .
Surveyor Gen.—
Johu Day. 308 197 2f>.
G. Haist. 21 5.j
Sup. Pub. Inst—
S. P. Kelly. 207 106 7 .
A. H. Willis. 147 112 24 .
State Mineralogist—
H. R. Whitehill. 188 109 7 .
W. F. >!• wart.167 96 24 .
State Printer—
C. C. Powning. 207 106 7 .
J. J. Hill.. 144 111 24.
State. Senator—
W. U. King. 211 103 6 .
R. A. Young. 130 103 25 .
Assemblymen—
W. C. Dovey. 230 97 G.
H. Carling. 198 101 14 .
L. Morrill. 198 91 2 .
A. Powell. 129 lUM 23 .
H. Kennedy. 148 124 18 .
C. M. Davis. 128 117 29 .. ..
Distinct Judge—
W. M. Seawell. 352 218 31 .
Sheriff—
R. A. Cook. 258 82 4 .
A. M. Me Cake. 94 129 27
Clerk—
J. A. Bonham. 211 131 22 .
G. C. Fish. 137 79 8 .
District Attorney—
G. W. Keith. 248 92 8 .
J. Powell, Jr. 103 114 25 .
Treasurer—
G. W. Shaw.212 121 4 .
W. W. Byroiu. 139 93 27 .
Recorder—
Z. T. Gilpin. 227 87 7 .
J. Lothrop.118 148 24 I
Assessor—
0. E. Xash. 208 137 9.|
J. Waddell. 144 7 9 22 .!
Pub. Admiitis—
1. Leversee. 543 214 31
Sujit- Pub. Inst—
J. G. Cromwell.226 83 7 .
T. R. Hawkins. 1*20 134 24 .
Surveyor—
A. S. Dildine.208 104 7 .
Co mmiss i oners—
J. R. Shaw, 1. t. 343 214 *28 .
J. M. McGinnis, s. t. 206 105 * .
J. F. Angell, s. t.... 149 112 23 .
Lewis Bugs.- Ah will be seen in another
column, this celebrated troupe is to perform
at Armory Hall on Friday and Saturday even
ings. They have Just closed an engagement
at Piper’s Opera House, where they were well
received. Here is what one of the papers of
Virginia City has to say of their pefformance
of Tuesday night last. The object of enter
taiumeuts is to entertain. When they accom
plish this result they are successes. Judged
by this criterion, which is the correct one the
world over. Lewis Bros’. Combination is a
success. The house was not very well filled
at the beginning of the performance last even
ing. but the Professor Soon began to make his
audience do a little impromptu advertising
for him. People passing along the street
heard the roars of laughter, and looked in to
see what was the matter. To look was to en
ter. for the hardest thing in the world is to
hrar shouts of honest laughter and not want
to join in. So this extemporaneous advertis
ing went on till the house was w ell filled. It
will be named full to-night. The pro
gramme is to be entirely changed. The Pro
fessor's performances are excellent- Some
doubted the evidence of their own sem es.
For the benefit of such, a committee of phy
sicians have been invited to be present to
night. to examine into the experiments made
before the audience and report. To satisiy
these, a few such simple feelers as pinching
up and piercing the skin on the backs of the
hands ami on the cheeks, and such little
pleasant pastimes, will be indulged in. Dr.
N. P. Fetter man has consented to be one of
the committee, and the others w ill doubtless
be present. The jugglery is good, and the
a rial pictures are beautiful, as well as won
derful.
Bullion Shipments.—For the
month of October, J. W. Grier,
Agent of Wells, Fargo & Co., ship
ped $105,000. So far in this month,
he has shipped 12 bars, of the aggre
gate value of $32,700. At this rate
there will be twice the shipment of
last month. There are seven mills,
within the town limits, working to
their full capacity, and tf it were
possible to give the full returns of
tho .same, it would astonish the out
sider considerab)}'.
Apologetic.—For the past rew
weeks our columns have been crow
ded to that extent that we could not
give the readers of the Times the
usual amount of reading matter that
is our custom, and which it is our
intention to do in future. Elections
only come onoe in two years, and
last but a short time. The paper
speaks for itse'.f this morning.
CUT.—During the progress of a
card game in ono of our saloons on
Sunday night, two men got into an
altercation, when one came near
severing the jugular vein of the
other with an “Arkansastooth-pick.”
No arrests.
Man Killed at Tahoe City.—We learn from |
Mr. W. T. (Back) Davis, that the notorious
Jim Stewart who was widely known hereabout
as a desperado, and who killed a man at the
Glopbrook a few years ago, was killed on Sun
day night by one It. II. Scott, at Tahoe City,
under the following circumstances: Scott,
who is a barkeeper for Campbell k Forbes at
Tahoe, and Stewart have long been unfriend
ly. Stewart had frequently threatened to kill
Scott, and on the night in question persisted
in entering the said saloon, seeking a fight
with Scott. The proprietor* of the saloon
were on the watch for a disturbance, and to
prevent it, ordered Stewart to leave their
premises. The last time he left there he went
away saying that he was going to arm himself.
As he was returning Scott confronted him
armed with a shot-gun, and warned him to
keep his distance. Stewart paid no heed to
this warning, but kept advancing on Scott, and
•s he approached the latter, he discharged hjs
weapon, inflicting such wounds as to cause
Stewart's death in about two hours. As he
was dying, Stewart made the request -all he
had to say in fact—that Buck Davis would
take care of his, Stewart’s boy—a son of bis
by an Indian woman. Scott caused the
authorities of Placer county to be informed of
the killing and remained at Tahoe City await
ing such action as might be taken in the
premises. The result will be his prompt ac
quittal, for tho* Stewart was found without
arms upon him, his threats and well-known
desperate character justify any man to kill
him under the circumstances which induced
Scott to shoot at him.—Carson Appeal, 3d.
Golden Truths from the White House.—
Serene as a Summer’s day are those well
known and popular clothing men, Messrs.
Cohn k Isaacs. No. 1(1 south C street. Virginia.
The world wags well with them. People appre
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 custo
mers returning moth-eaten and inferior goods
No evasive protestations, that “I didn’t sell it
to you.” and “I didn’t recommend it,” winding
up with “vour 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 White House open
right under their noses, as it were, and achieve
a marked and brilliant success; taking in the
very start a high position in public esteem,
and gaining a greater share of popular favor
and patronage than many houses that have
heed hammering away for years. However,
these cld houses should learn to grin and
bear it. Messrs. Colin' A; Isaacs do not allude
to these things in any spirit of pride or tri
umph; they simply state facts for the public
good. They do not doubt that it is gall and
wormwood to tlieir neighbors to have custo
mers of many years standing leave them and
give their patronage, to the White House
Clothing Stork, but manifestation of temper
is in very bad taste, and really has a bad effect.
Being manifestly untrue it disgusts all hear
ers, and ku*1h customers by scores to the
White IfltfsF.. Such is life. So mote it be.
#
To be Executed.—A dispatch from Fort
Gearry announces that Lebrun has been sen
tenced to be hung on the 29th of January.
The time is fixed at this day in order to allow
the case to be represented at Ottawa. There
is great excitement among the French Cana
dians, and this action will be the cause for
the reopening of the Kiel hostilities, as
French-speaking people think that they are
being persecuted by the English authorities.
Were he to be hung the French members (who
hold the balance of powt r) would throw it
against ami defeat any Government tlia^
would sanction so extreme a measure. Some
go so far as to say that Manitoba would rise in
its strength an.l indignation and massacre the
English-speaking people before they would
allow one of their leaders to be thus sacrificed.
The end is not yet.
Another illegal Assessment.—Elsewhere
we caution the stockholders of the Avalanche
Gold and Silver Mining Co., that their stock is
liable to be gold without legal publication. '
The Quinn Miuiug Company levied uh „.-s»,sk
ruent on the 1st of October, payable on or be
fore the 5th of November, when it would be
come delinquent and be advertised for sale on
the ltith day of December, 1H71. The notice
of sale is being published in a paper printed
in another county, consequently is not legal,
yet the stockholders who may be sold out art'
liable to be put to a great deal of trouble to
recover their just dues, and the innocent pur
chaser of stock sold at the sale be left out in
the cold. It stands our mining population in
hand to see that these swindles are not al
lowed to go by unchallenged.
W. R. RISON.
1)KAU.U IN
CHOICE TEAS, GROCERIES,
And Provisions, which he offers as cheap for
Cash as any House in the State. A large
assortment of Native and Foreign Fruits in
Cans and Glass, and Family supplies of all
descriptions kept constantly on hand.
4 2-H> cans tomatoes.$1 00
4 2-lb cans oysters. 1 tM)
4 2-lb cans peaches. 1 00
4 2-lb cans pie fruit. 1 00
And everything else in proportion.
Go and get some of Kison’s Coffee—Try it.
Odd Fellows Building, Main street, Gold Hill,
The Best.—Under the management of Supt.
Crawford, the Branch Mint at Carson is per
forming herculean work. The coinage of the
past month exceeded half a million dollars,
the largest amount ever turned out in a single
mouth at that establishment, this iuchided a
very large percentage of trade dollars.
Twkntv-Thuek States held their elections
on Tuesday last Alabama, Arkansas, Dela
ware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Ken
tucky, Maryland. Massachusetts, Michigant
Minnesota. Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey,
New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South
Carolina. Tennessee. Texas. Virginia, and
Wisconsin.
The insanity dodge is to be tried in the ease
of Kulluian, now on trial for the attempted
assassination of Prince Bismark. Bnt Ger
man juries are not as impressible as American
juries, and when one man shoots at another
they are very apt to find him guilty of an at
tempt to rnurde r, whether he is insane or not
Asphyxiated.—Four men working on the
1,000-foot level of the Belcher mine were as
phyxiated yesterday morning by inhaling bad
air. Doctor Manson, who attended them, re
ports them out of danger this afternoon.
For Boots and Shu<^, the Metropolitan Boot
and Shoe store. No. 108 South C Street, Yir.
giuia, offers superior inducements to any
house in that citv. *
Killed.—John J. Sullivan was killed on
Pine Mountain Ranoh on Sunday evening last,
by the falling of a stable which he had just
completed that day.
The Weatheb.—All day yesterday the sun
was obscured by the dark clouds, and the air
grew chillier duriug the day, portending a
storm.
The internal revenue receipts for the pres
ent fiscal year promise to exceed the estimates
of the commissioner.
(IIROlttR'M Ivlll KW.
Joliii J. Sullivan was killed oil
Sunday last, on tlio Pine Mountain
ranch, a few miles l'roin Dayton, by
the falling of a stable which ho was
completing. Isaac Leversee, Coro
ner, held an inquest on Monday,
when the following testimony was
elicited:
David Vermelyea, sworn.—I have
been acquainted with John J. Sul
livan a short time; I was putting
niv horses in the stable, and saw
Sullivan; he was with me; hp was
holding the light, and I told Sulli
van if he had anything to do he
could go and do it, but he said he
would stay and hold the light; and
as I was blanketing the horses the
stable fell; I was caught under part
of the building, but I soon got out
and called to Sullivan, but ho did
not answer; said Sullivan is a nativo
i of Ireland, and about 50 years of
age.
Little Charley, sworn.—I was in
my bed, and when Vermelyea called
me I got up and went out, and he
told mo that Sullivan was dead;
when I went out I found Sullivan
covered up with logs, and I helped
to get him out.
The following is tho verdict of the
jury: We, the undersigned, tho
jurors summoned to appear before
Isaac Leversee, tho Coroner of the
Count}- of Lyon, at the Court House,
on the 2d day of November, 1874, to
inquire into the cause of death of
John J. Sullivan, having been duly
sworn according to law, and having
made such inquisition, after inspect
ing tho body, and hearing the testi
mony adduced, upon our oaths, each
and all do say, that we liud the de
ceased was named John J. Sullivan,
was a native of Ireland, aged about
50 years; that ho came to his death
on the 1st day of November, 1874,
in this county, on the Pine Moun
tain ranch, by the lulling of a stable,
by which he got his neck broken.
Signed—.James Ilonovan, Henry
Fischer, Walter Sweet, Frank Sher
man, Wm. L. Annis, I'd. Lothrop,
Potte Hennesy.
Glee Club.—Our citizens will remember
with pleasure the speaking of lion. C. E. De
Long and Moses Tebbs. Esq., iu this place, if
for no other reason than that the Carson Glee
Club favored us with their presence, and
l helped enliven all to renewed action. The
Club consisted of Messrs. Laughton, Mason,
Hale and Holmes, and are the best in the
State. We hope they may visit us again in
time.
I)K. A. B. »m.YEY.
Welt, known throughout the country as a
Pathologist and Physiologist, whose success
ful treatment of certain physical disutilities
and functional derangements deservedly en
title him to the familiar recognition of the
Great m-kcialist. would respectfully inform
the citizens of Virginia City and vicinity that
he can be consulted, as usual, at his office,
in his New and Commodious Rooms, Xo, IHH
South 4' Ktreei. thus giving invalids an
opportunity of ridding themselves, through
bis professional agency, of such constitutional
annoyances and ailments ns he claims to com
pass and to cure. Without entering into biog
raphical details.it is sufficient to simply prom
ulgate the fact that DR. SPINNEY’S earliest
reputation may he traced back to his inaug
uration and conduct <>f the Montreal (Canada
East) Medical Institute. Tfle regime of the
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 assur
ances of success, in the eradication of the
multiform chronic affections incident to both
sexes, such ns Nervous Debility, Exhausted
Vitality, Youthful Excesses. Marriage Imped
iments, Chronic and General Affections.
TO THE LADIES.
PI?. 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 Uteri, Retroversions or Displacement
of the Womb, Vaginal Irregularities, Leu
chorrea, Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation,
and the many petty irritating distractions
that almost invariably have their "rigiu in the
uterine region, afford them immediate relief.
COME AND BE HEALED.
It matters not what your troubles may be,
come and let the Doctor examine your case.
It will cost you nothing for consultation, so
please call and satisfy yourselves whether the
Doctor understands your ease. If ho can cure
you he will tell you so ; if not, he will say so,
for he will not undertake a case unless lie is
confident of effecting a cure.
YOUNG MEN.
Who may be suffering from the effects of
youthful follies or indiscretion, will do well
to avail themselves of this, the greatest b«>on
ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity.
Dr. Spinney w ill 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.
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 lx* in the first
stage—remember you are approaching the
last. If you are bordering on ihe last, and 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
auce; when the door of hope will be closed
against you: when no angel of mercy can
bring you relief. In no case* ha* the Doctor
failed of success. Then let i.o despair 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.
Uliddl^Aged Hen.
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacua
tions of the bladder, often Jaccoiupanied by a
Blight smarting or burning sensation.* and
a weakening of the system in a manner the
patient cannot account for; ou examining the
urinary deposits a ropy sedimeut will often
be found, and sometimes small particles of
albumen will appear, or the color will be of a
thin or nnlkish hue, ugain changing to a dark
and torpid appearance. Theic are many men
who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the
cause, which is the second 4tage of seminal
weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect
cure in all such cases atld a healthy restora
tion of the geuito-urihary organs.
N. B,—Only an interview required in a ma
jority of cases; balance of treatment can be
conducted at home without interruption of
business. No case treated without a personal
interview and proper examination. Office
hours—10 to 1, 2 to 4, and 7 to 8. Consultation
Free. Examination and advice, $5. 28-tf
Great Rejoicing!
FALL CAMPAIGN
FAIRLY INAUGURATED!
.AND.
BANNER BROTHERS
(AS USUAL)
TRIUMPHANT!
JUST RECEIVED AND STILL RECEIV
inn. at this Mammoth Establishment, the
most extensive and complete assortment of
Fall and Winter
CLOTHING
EVER BROUGHT TO THIN CITY.
THE BEST OF FABRIC AND THE NOB
BIEST STYLES OF
BUSINESS SUITS!
CAN BE POUND AT
BANNER BROTHERS.
SATIN LINED DRESS SUITS,
To suit the most fastidious, at
Banner Brothers.
Chinchilla. Diagonal and Beaver
OVERCOATS !
That will excel anything ever exhibited in
the City of Virginia for coinfort
and durability, at
BANNER BROTHERS.
OCR ASSORTMENT IS THE LARGEST ! j
OUR VARIETY THE GREATEST !
OUR GOODS THE BEST, and \
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST! |
BANNER BROS.
Birl Defiance to all Opposition, and will sell
their New and Mammoth Stock <*f 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, are
determined to continue, by straightforward
dealings. to merit the respect and esteem of
their fellow-citizens.
BUY ALL YOUR CLOTHING
.OF.
Banner Brothers,
Corner C and Taylor Streets,
VIRGINIA CITY.
| POSTPONED!
THE FIRST
ANNUAL BALL
-OF TILE -—
FIRE DEPARTMENT
_WILL BE GIVEN AT_
ARMORY HALL!
SILVEIi CITY,
\
FRIDAY, NOV. 20th, 1874.
\ general invitation is extended to all.
TICKETS, - - - $3.00
TAX-PAYERS
WmriLL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
▼ ▼ the State and County Taxes for the
fiscal year 1874, become due and are
PAYABLE OCTOBER 19, 1874,
And will be
DELINQUENT NOVEMBER 16, 1874,
At wkich time
Ten Per Cent, will be Added,
By law, to all Taxes remaining unpaid. (See
Statute, 1864-5, Section 19. page 280). The
law in regard to their collection will be
strictly enforced.
W. W. BYROM,
Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Receiver.
B. SCHWARTZ
Takes pleasure is informing
the Ladies of this City and Gold Hill
that he has opened a first-class
HAIR STORE,
... .AHD...
Ladies* Hair Dressing Establishment,
AT 110 SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA.
A large assortment of Human Hair, of al
colors, on hand. Perfumery of all kiuds.
T. R. FARR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Silver City, Nevada.
Repairing promptly attoadod to. Ordara
solicited.
FIRST
ANNIVERSARY PALL
.OF......
Yellow Jacket
ENGINE COMPANY,
NO. 2,
... TO TAU PLACE AT. . ..
MINERS’ UNION HAL^
GOLD ILL,
Tuesday Evg, Nov. 27, ’74
Y
COMMITTEE Of* ARRANGEMENTS :
A C Hay Jo# Marshall
P J S Tully Chas Haub
D L Bean Wm Hall
M P Wolf Jas Lowrey
0 D Rolfe Ivy Fulton
Jaa. Parker
COMMITTEE OF INVITATION
Got L R Bradley Chas E Nuttall
Hon J P Jones John Marks
Hon Win Sharon J if Mffls
Hon C C Stevenson ft W Hassett
Capt Matt Canavaii Joseph Bish
Capt T G Taylor fieber IJoUmui
Jewett W Adams Chief Brown
A T Fox Thomas Merkle
0 C Mundell Geo Hanbridge
A J Tyrrell B C Hughes
W H Blauvelt Jas Jewell
R J Butler Thos Alchorn
1 L Requa A F McKay
Chief McMartin J J CooMp
Abe Jones M Kennedy
F. Williams Jas Rush
B F Hazeltine Frank Wheeler
E M Chapin Win D C Gibson
G F Kellogg Wm H Smith
S L Jones M Frankenheimer
S W Chubbui k Thomas Quirk *
E L Stern Alf Doten
RECEPTION COMMITTEE:
Dr W O Cun well A J McDonald
R Mercer C Enos
O W Hall FA 81 John
FLOOR MANAGERS
•Job Marshall PJSTully
A J McDonald F A 8t John
M P Wolf
FLOOR DIRECTORS,
D L Bean
MUSIC BT PROF. BERLINGEB.
Tickets.. »2 5t>.
THE PIONEER
DRY GOODS STORE
Established in 1861.
LATEST FASHIONS!
...AT....
Frankenhe ime r’s
FAMILY
DRY GOODS STORE !
GOLD HILL !
JUST RECEIVED. A SELECT STOCK OF
DRESS GOODS—Elegant, Novel and
Special Styles ; the most complete assortment
ever <Mete«i in Uris town. HOUSEKEEPING
GOODS, HOSIERY, Etc., at greatly Reduced
Prices. Will sell as Cheap for Cash as any
Store in the State.
k 47-tf M. FRANKENHEIMER.
SOCIAX DANCE.
A SOCIAL DANCE WILL BE GIVEN
l at the
Golden Eagle Hotel,
DAYTON,
On FRIDAY EVEN’D, NOV. 6th
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
FIRST CLASS MUSIC
Will be in attendance.
H. M. JEWETT,
HOUSE AND SIGN
P A I X T E R !
.DEALER IN.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Waty
Paper, House IJning,.
ETC.. ETC.
MAIN STREET..GOLD HILL..
Washington Market,
MAIN 8T. SILVER CITY. NEV
PAUL GROSS,
f BlAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING THB
.M. citizens of Silver City and vicinity,
that he continues to keep on hand the choi
cest of
BEEF. PORK. MUTTON,
VEAL. SAUSAGE. CORNED MEAT8
HOME CURED HAMS AND BACO$.
PURE RENDERED LXftD IN CANS*
G. C. FISH,
Lodging House and .Saloon.
npHK FINEST SPRING MATTRA38E8 W
JL town. ***Give me a call.
Fish's Chop House. {£££2?
I. LEVERSEE,
Carpenter and Builder.
A full stock of Coffins, Caskets and Trimmings
constantly on hand, ami furnished
at short nonce.
CUT CLASS of all Sizes
TO FIT FKAMEB.
1 TYLER STREET, . - DAYTON

xml | txt