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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Tuesday.Hov. 17, 1874. 1...... ... AGENTS. HENRY LVCA*. C»rri.r »ml Amok for Gold Hill »nd Viwinm Cttr I. p. r INKER. *» 3PeKh«nte- Exehanp , Sin TYmnrlrrn. HOWARD HILL. **»n» aad Okrri.r, Dalton »mi SiUro. THE If EXT I.EOISLATIRE. The following is a correct lint of the Senators and Assemblymen who will compose the Seventh legis lature of Nevada, to meot on the first Monday in January. Demo crats In Italics ; Republicans iu Roman. HOLD-OVER SENATORS, J. G. McClinlon.Esmeralda A. J. Lockwood.Ormsby William Thompson.Washoe R. S. Clapp.Lincoln T. S. Davenport.Lyon W. S. Hobart...Storey C. C. Stevenson.Storey. C. S. Varian.Humboldt I). P. Walter.Nye Oeo. IP. Cassidy.Eureka SENATORS ELECT. A. Garrard....Esmtralda T. B. Rickey.Douglas T. D. Edwards.Orinsbv W. R. King.Lyon John Piper.Storey S. W. Chubbuck..Storey Wm. Ross, Ind.Washoe O. K. Stampley.Humboldt G. If. iShepard.Elko Gabriel Cohn..Elko Nelson Westeoatt.Lincoln M. J. Farrell.Lander R. Robinson.White Pino E. 3. Dickinson.White Pine HT. C. Grimes.Churchill ' Amruiblynicu Elect, ESMERALDA. A. Spencer, R. V, Tone, 11. I. Hubbard, E. 11. 1 VUUs. DOUGLAS. J. R. Johnson, Henry Ifansickle. ORMSBV. J. W. Haynio, Alfred Helm, S. E. Jones. STOREY. Philip Reese. E. R. Smith, X. <3. Andrews, Wales Averill, E. L. Buckingham, J. P. Smith, Tnos. B. Atkinson, John F. McDonnell, W. I), Gray, Simon Ogg, H, L'raudeil, James Lowrey. WASHOE. . II. II. Beck, Ind.; 1J, H. Hogan* Ind.; F. Alt., Ind. LYON. W. C. Dovey, Hugh Carling, L. Morrill. HUMBOLDT. L. A. Buckner, J. ft, Case, Paul Laveage. LANDER. A. Nicholls, — IFaf!. WHITE PINE. H. A. Comins, Nelson Allen, G. R. A. Bilibins, J. M. Gerhardt, W, H. Ford. EUREKA. Tom Wren, M. Bartlett, SVE. f\ M. Ellison, J. B. McGee, CHURCHILL. A. Hand/ord, — Allen. LINCOLN. A, J. Blair, /!. Van Hagan, — Bernstein. ELKO. James C. Dote, H. H. Peyton, E, Penrod, J. JJ. flaudey. Summary. SENATE. • Republicans ...... ..17 Democrats. 7 Independents... 1 Republican majority.....,..,. 9 ASSEMBLY. Republicans.31 Democrats...Hi Independents. 3! Republican majority.,12i Republican maj. on joint ballot....^21 i THE MAJOKITIEN. Twelve counties out of the fourteen in the State have furnished official returns of the election. White Pine and Churchill are yet to hear from. It is nut likely that the result will be materially changed by' the vote of these two counties. The following table shows the majorities of the successful candi dates : Bradley, D... J,f!03 Adams. D. ! 500 Woodburn. R. i’(1Ss •r».«. Biokneii, r.. Kittrell, D.23 Mlnor^ . !3,010 HoOlrt. R.3,802 ®*yt> 2,219 Wbltehlll.R... .. • sin Hiu- D.hum.,.. *0 In White Pine comity the Republican ticket was elected from top to bottom, with the exception of the District Judge. Not Yet.—Before the election It wns asserted that there would be a large exodus of people soon after the third day of November. It is now past the middle of the inonfM.-yet we see no falling off in point of; population. We are In clined to think that our population Is permanent, and likely to be in creased still more before the winter months are passed. Politically, the next Congress will stand as follows! 'In the Sen ate, 74 members; Republicans, 42; .Democrats, 31; Independent, 1. In the House-Republicans, 96; Dem ocrat*, 173; Independents, 6; with J7 members to be elected in Status that elect next year. TELEGRAPHIC. Special to the Tri-Weekly Times [Bt WaUnion Telkgeaph Line.] New York. Novembi r 15.— The Herald to day publishes a letter from Manning, Arch bishop of Westminster, on Gladstone’s recent anti-papal pamphlet. The letter says ho as ; sisted in framing the Vatican decrees. which 1 have not changed one jot or title. The obli gations anil conditions of civil obedience that Catholics bear toward civil power—in tlicGJad [ stone pamphlet—hangs upon a c-utran as i sumption, in proof of this Manning asserts, first, that the doctrine of the infallibility of the Pope was a divine trust lief ore tin Vatican ci ani il was held, and that it wiisg. t forth and examined in the second and third parts of a book culled Petri Priveleginm. The s- end Vatican Council announced no new dogma, hut simply de» la red nn nkl truth. The third positi n i f Catholics in respect t * civil allegi ance since the Council is precisely what it was before. Fourth that the civil powers of the Uiuoetiau worl 1 hitherto stood in pea<> ful re. bk#i"»>a with the infallible Church, and this relation was otten rcoognired and declared in the Councils of the Church before the Vatican Council, and therefore this is n<» new matter. Fifth, that the Vati an Council made no de crees in regard V' civil powers, nor of civil al legiance. this subject being never even pro posed. Manning then claims that civil obedi ence rests ou natural law. revealed as truth in the law of God. s »ciety is founded on nature and its subjects are bound in all things which are lawful to obey their rulers, -tooiety, when it la Christian, has higher obligations, and subjects are bound to obey their duties for conscience sake, because the powers that be are ordained of G d. Of all this tin Vati can decrees changed nothing, because they on erroneous assertions. 1 can only suppose him fo bare been misled by a misplaced trust in Dr. rMIHnger and his friends, on public I and private grounds. I lament tins ai t of im prudence. and but for my belief In Gladstone's sincerity I should say it was an act of injus . tiee, anil lament it a* ut of all harmony ami proportion wjth the great statesman’s life, ami the first event to overcast a friendship of sixty-five years. This act, unless the provi dence of God and good sens?- of Englishmen avert its eyil consequences, may wreck uxoro than the work of Gladstone's public career, and at the bead of a Miff life tarnish a great name. The letter in sign' d by Henry H ward. Archbishop of Westminster. The J/’rahi also publishes a London special, giving an abstract ’ i f Gladstones’ pamphlet and the views f va rious newspapers thereon, the substance of | which was given exclusively in dispatches of the American Press Association--n the *th. I The li- rald also publishes as special, a dis patch from Koine, giving an account of the visit of the British deputation to the Pope. I which was also given exclusively in tho I American l'ress dispatch* $ ou the loth instant. ! From tin 1st*'St British files we glean the I following: The Loudon papers <>f tin* *>tli com ment g-1.* rally up -n the r< suit of tho elec tions in the I’nit'-d states, and dis’uss the pr ‘battle D«m > rati> nominee t r the l’n-si d*-m y in 1m7»>. The Dnih/ Tfl'ura/h thinks that thu nomination of M. Thurman is a fore gone conclusion. The general effect of the eh turns on the country is not discussed. Last night the Board of County and City Canvassers completed their canvass of the city vote. Tilden received M4T44 votes; Dix. 43,29b; Clark. 144; defective, 28; blank, 10m; scattering. Whole numb, r of votes 128,328. Tildon’s majority over Dix 42.52m. Uobert s ott. a painter living in East Thir ty .third street, was fatally sh t by a man named Griffin over a woman. Griffin was ar Oue of the defaulting tellers of tjie Bank of Montreal named E. II. Davis, is supposed to be in New York city, and detectives here are searching for l^im. The amount of the defal cation is $100,000. Washington, November 1.5th.—The Govern ment Centennial Board will g<> to Philadel phia this week to meet the Centennial Com mittee on Thursday f.-r a general consultation. The members of the Board are Colonel S. C. ! Lyford, of the War Department : the present Bear-Admiral Jennings; Judge R. W. Taylor. First Controller of the Treasury; l’r»»fess>.r Baird, of the Smithsonian Institute; William ! Maunders, of the Agricultural Department, and pr. C. F. McDonald, Superintendent of | the Money Order Bureau, Postoffiee Depart I Little Bock, November 15th.—The procla mation of Lieut, nant Govern- r Smith created much comment and excitement her. . i . ars are entertained that it will result in a duel . between the State Government and the Legis lature. as fche Republicans voted r their Stab- and legislative officers, while the Dem ocrats elected theirs last \ugust. Memphis, N'ovsjnber 15th.- \ letter from . Heann , Texas, says that on the Kth of this month a notorious desperado named Galla gher, stabbed an inoffensive bartender named Leahy, plunging a huge knife through and nearly cutting Leahy's heart in tw . and afterward withdrawing it and laughingly re i marking that now lie was even. An hour afterward Gallagher was arrested, and while being taken to the dep.it under a guard of ten I men, he was taken from the guard by a band cf f''riy disguised citizens, wh hanged him to a tret on the outskirts of the village. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES! San Francisco, Nov. 16.—Janies W. Lick, a nephew of James Lick, lias sued the Trustees of tin- Lick estate t<> recover £40,i«••», and under this the coining sale has l>e.-n ci: inert. There arc :-$lh prisoners in our > »unty jail at nruaeut. Five <d tlAeae, w hich ran oil on last Saturday, ar<' reported lapit Two of them were taken up country this afternoon. I Los Ai^cles. Nov. 16.—The L-s Angeles lis- : lillery, which has heun shut down for a while, on account of a misunderstanding with the revenue department, again went into opera tion to-day. The weather here has been quito cool for several days past. It is now stated that the Anaheim branch railroad will he completed by the middle of December. The road is graded the entire dis The city election campaign grows warmer as the voting day approaches. San Diego, Nov. 16.—The steamer Mohongo arrived at 7 this morning, and sailed at 10 a.m. for Panama and all Mexican and Central American ports. She hail a full cargo. The San Diego Mills shipped 250 barrels of Hour by her to Central America. Governor A. P. K. Salford of Arizona passed through here yesterday evening, on his way to Los Angeles and San Francisco. It is reported here that the Pacific Mail Company intend putting on two express steam ers on the eoast route, in addition to those now running, which will make the trip be tween Han Diego and San Francisco in forty Earthquake in Chili.—A dis patch from Panama, of the 16th, says an unusually heavy earthquake was telt in Chill on the 20th ultimo, about twelve minutes after mid night. Its duration was about thirty seconds, and its direction from oast to west. Much alarm was caused in Valparaiso and Santiago. All pub lio clocks ami walls were shaken and some churches and houses were split. The shook whs followed by a rise In the thermOtneter of two and a half degroos. Vessels at anchor felt it severely. During the week slight tremors were felt. Captain Byrorn Sheath, ol Chester, Ohio, died from the eflects of rarified air at the Summit, on the Orroy Railroad. Ue was one of the Government en gineers of Peru. Trotting Uvce.—Another cxcit ing day in San Francisco will he on the occasion or the great tret, be tween Occident, Fullerton and Chi cago. Pools are selling about even between Occident and Fullerton. Many thousands of dollars are al ready up, and more will be wagered. NEW TO-IIAY. PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. JOHN' PIPEK.PROPRIETOR j WILLIE GILL.Acting Manager ENGAGEMENT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, MRS. AGNES BOOTH ! srrPOKTED BY TTTE POPULAR LEADING MAN. MR. JOSEPH WHEELOCK ! .dr their. ..... Great Impei’sonations ! TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER I7tl:, | Will be produced the magnificent play of five ac ts, entitled LADY OF LYONS! i PXrLINF. .MBS. AGNES BOOTH. CLAUDE.MB. JOSEPH WHEELOCK. WEDNESDAY NOV.' 18th. Will 1* product.! Sheridan Knowles gr.-at play THE HUNCHBACK! ; JULIA.MRS. AGNES BOOTIL THUBSPAY, NOV. 19th, Shakespeare's Sublime Comedy MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING ON SATURDAY At 2 o’clock, GRAND MATINEE! Prices of Admission: Dress Circ le and Orchestra.One Dollar Parquttte.Fifty Cents ! Private Boxes.Five Dollars Reserved Seats. Fifty Cents Extra. Box Office open from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. NOTICE rVIHERF WILL RF A MEETING OF THE m Republican County Central Committee, held at the Court House, in Day tun, on Thurs day, November lUth, IH7-L at 13 m.. sharp. W. PUNCHED. Chairman. NOTICE. During my absence, george c. Mr. EaDDEN will attend tu the Julies of Oountv Clerk, of Lyon Countv. J. A. BONHAM. County Clerk. Dayton. Nevada, Nov. 10, 1P74. 3w ARRIVED! BY REQUEST OF MANY F11IEND8, DR. FOWLER, OF CHICAGO, H as returned to Virginia city, and is at No. K7 SOUTH O STREET, where he will he pleased to see nil who need his services. The Doc tor has had many years’ experience in the treatment of CHRONIC DISEASES, and feels confident that he c an j give satisfaction to those who will give him a trial. Tin* Doctor is a graduate of one of the • ldest and most re liable .Medical Colleges of t!:<- East, and for the three years has held a Pr fessorship and lectured t • a large no di- ! eal (“lass in oin tier luost enterprising Med ical Colleges of the city of Chicago, and has held tin* responsible position of MEDICAL DIRECTOR and MEDICAL EXAMINER of tin- largest Life Insurance Company of that j city. I.ADEES—Those of you suffering froip dis eases peculiar to vour nex, call and get the Doctor’s opinh >n. Having had an extended practice in the line of your diseases among the- rich and poor, his position in his profession has given him ac cess to all the modern Improvements of the day. There is no branch of the professi >n i that has made the advancement as tliai per- ] tadning to the treatment of your disease s. He uses new medicines, and his mode of treat- [ ment is entirely new in this section of the country, and he guaranti es satisfaction. CATARRH he never fails to cure, and it in tin- first step to Consumption or Bronchitis. Those suffering from any affection of the. Heart, Throat or Lungs will do well t" consult him. RHEUMATISM is so difficult to handle, yet the Doctor can show many testimonials of per fect cures, even in this city. Call and see the Doctor. He charges you | nothing for liis opinion, and if he prescribes j you will find his charges light. OFFICE HOURS—FROM 9 A. M. TO 12 M.. AND FROM 3 TO 6:30 P. M. H. R. FOWLER, M. D., No. H? South C street. i CLOSING OUT! i ANOTHER CHANCE —-Full The PoorMan. THE PROPRIETOR OF THE PHILADELPHIA BOOT & SHOE STORE, NO. &S SOUTH O STREET (Opposite the Enterprise office.) « OFFERS HIS IMMENSE AND MOST RE lect stock of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters Chil dren's Shoes, etc., at reduced prices, as he is desirous of closing out his entire stock in order to make room for a full Winter sup ply in his line. NOW IS YOUR TIME FOR CHEAP GOODS. ■3^Call at once aiul secure bagains,^3| w«. UINDI.AUII. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Buckeye gold and silver mining Company, Location of principal place of business, Sun Francisco, California. Loca tion of works, Devil’s Gate District, Lyon County. Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Directors held on the 14th day of November 1874, an assessment, (No.12) of one dollar per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable im mediately in United htates gold coin, to the Secretary at the office of the Company, Room 20, No. 881 Montgomery street. Kan Francisco, California- Any stock upon wl*i Lthis assess ment shall fc main Unpaid ou the 18tli day of Dumber, 1874, yifillbc dciinuueut, and adver tised for tale at public auc|i« l; and uutfss payment is made before, will be sold on THURSDAY, the 7th day of January, 1875, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. C. A. SAN’KEY*Secretary, Office, Room 20, No. 381 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California. Next Day after the Race.—A | San Francisco dispatch of the /5th, | says the city to-day seems to have resumed its wonted quiet, after tlie usual excitement consequent upon ' so great an even as yesterday's race, i The majority are well satisfied with the day’s sport, and no one can have a shadow of doubt as to the fairness ot the contest. There are the usual number of growlers, who consider the race too much one-sided, as mul titudes who witness a steeple-chase always feel that there is something lacking unless one or more jockeys are maimed or killed. 'I he result must be very satisfactory • to the Club, as their net proceeds run up to ?2t>.400. Several accidents happened on the return trip, after tho race, When the carriages were leaving the ground, there were frequent halts and backings; on one of these oc casions, the pole ot a carriage in which a prominent lawyer and his family were seated, ran into a carri age in front, and hit a lady occupant on the arm. She turned around and struck one of the horses over the head with her parasol, causing the animals such fright that they backed aeainst r shed and tho hub of the hind wheel struck a uiau on the leg below the knee, fracturing the botio. ' The man was taken into a stable and cared lor. A very severe accident oecured to a Miss Watson, a young lady residing in San Rafael. She was in a Clarence carriage, one ball of the fop being thrown back. While passing through the main gate the pole of a carriage struck the glass shutter, shattering it ami cut ting Miss Watson’s face in a terrible manner. An axle of an express wagon, heavily loaded, gave way go ing down hill on McAllister street, and ail the occupants were thrown heavily to the ground, and otto or two teams in the rear ran into them, injuring some of the men quite seri ously. Another man was thrown from tiie top of a hotel’ bus and bad ly injured. It is reported that he died of it is injuries last night. The number of people who were specta tors is set down at 30,000. <1A It It I flit. In Virginia. November 15, by Rev. T. H. Mc Grath. H- M, C-iusIaml t Miss C. Bartlett. In Virginia. November 15. bv Kev. T. ft. Mc Grath, s. H. Clasi'tn to Jtoea A. Ratters.m. "in Virginia, November 14, by Rev. T. II. McGrath, T. It. Mnllun to Maggie lira, k, tt. tu Virginia, November 14, by Rev. I. N. Hurd John Kitson to Miss ft. A. Bacon. OII.lt. In Virginia City, November 15th, It. H. lowe. ■ SOCIAL BALL, ....AT THE.... GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL. DAYTON, TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 2-1. Tickets including lunch. 52.00. ALL ARE INVITED. Strict order will bo enforced. WHITE HOUSE Clothing Store! COHN & ISAACS, No. 10 SOUTH C STREET,! Virginia City, Nevada. WINTER CLOTHING! LOW PRICES ! LATEST STYLES! THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF j FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING EVER EXHIBITED IN THE STATE OF NEVADA i To appreciate the truth of this statement, . one should call on COHN & ISAACS, White House Clothing Store NO. 1G SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA CITY. ATWILL Sc CO’S Western Mining Agency! 2-10 MONTGOMERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. Mining Stocks Sold & Bought. OAloes' is Hew York, Philadelphia fc London Visitors to the city invited to rail and make our rooms their head quarters. Mining Companies Incorporated and Work ing Capital Furnished. Interest ©1 “Locators and Shareholders at tended to. Mines Registered and described. Information relative to Mines, Ores, etc., given. (‘JH-*2pw-tm] P. O. Box 771. SIERRA NEVADA HOUSE LOWER MAIN STREET, Silver City *'.Nevada Having pprchaaed riiK above Popular Hotel *aud Bodging House, I am prepared to accconnnodate the local and traveling public. My Table will be supplied with the best the wiarnetK of Virginia and Silver City affords, and the lie la—Rooms well ventilated -Hiv clean and inviting. Give me a call; you will find prices most reasonable. JOHN KINSMAN. nit. a. n. apiJncEY, Well known throughout the country as a PutholouiKt HI1.1 HiyKlnl»«i8t, *h* wren*, ful treatment of certain physical disabilities and functional derangements deservedly en title him to the familiar recognition of the i »ui. \t Specialist, 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. \o. 1HH Mouth 4” Street, thus giving invalids an opportunity of ridding themselves, through his professional agency, of such constitutional annoyances and ailments as he claims to’com pass and to cure. Without entering into biog raphical dctails.it is sufficient to simply prom ulgate the fact that I>R. SPINNEY'S earliest reputation mav be traced back to his tnaug uration and conduct of the Montreal (Canada Cast* Medical Institute. The 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 chrouic affections incident to both sexes, such as Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality. Youthful Excesses. Marriage Imped iments, Chronic, and General Affections. TO THE MIMES. DR. 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 I'teri, Retroversions or Displacement of the Womb. Vaginal Irregularities, Leu cdiorrea. Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation, and the many petty irritating distractions that almost invariably have their origin in the uterine region, afford them immediate relief. <OME AND ItE HEALED. It matters not what your troubles may be, come an l let the Doctor examine your case. It will cost you nothing for consultation, so please call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands your case. If he can cure 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. Yfil’YO HEX. Who may be suffering from the effects of yonthful follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffe ring humanity. Dr. 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 tails 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 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 no 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 case is beyond the reach of med ical skill, or before grim death hurries you to a premature grave. Itf fMl .Men. There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacua tions of the bladder, often (accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in a manner the patient cannot account for; on examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particle* °t albumen will appear, or the color will W of a thin or milkish hue, again changing hi a dark and torpid appearance. There an' many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the j cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. tv will guarantee a perfect | cure in all such cases, ami a healthy restoYa | tiou of the genit '-urinary organs. N. B.—Only an interview required in a ma ; jority of eases; balance of treatment can be < ondacted at home without interruption of ' business. No ease 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. itti-tf SILVER HOUSE JOHN BKXETTS, - Piiophietor. MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. First Class! Low Prices! » A VINO* FURNISHED THIS NEW AND commodious Hotel in a superior style, I i take pleasure in asking a share of public pat ; runage, assuring one ami all that THE TABLE will be found to contain the choicest delicacies the markets of. the State afford, and no pains will be spared to make the stay of guests coin I fortable. THE ROOMS are large and well ventilated, and will be found to be kept cleanly.throughout. JOHN BENNETTS. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. Fireproof Building, Corner C and Union streets, VIRGINIA, NEV ADA. S. A. TOMKINS, : PROPRIETOR, U A VINO RE-LEASED, RENOVATED AND Newly Furnished j the alxive popular hotel, is j repared to accom | modate DAY BOARDERS, | and all others with every edible that tbejmarket affords, and will spare no pains in providing For the Comfort of Cu'ests. Prices to suit the Times! HOTEL OPEN ALL NIGHT. STAGE OFFICE for lteno, Dayton, I Carson and Aurora in the Hotel. Barnum Restaurant! Mnin Street. Nllver City. | OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TILL h MIDNIGHT. T^HF Proprietors take pleasure in calling the attention of the citizens of Silver J City to the fact that the above Restaurant will be opened on MONDAY. November 9th. It will be first-class throughout, if Jr None but White Cooks will be employed. FRESH OYSTERS, GAME AND FISH ! Board by the Day. Week, or Month, Single Meals, ot) Cents. ALliX. WITT MANN, 55-tf FERDINAND ZINGRAFF. Valuable Property FOR SALE! The I'ROI’erty of hfjjry meter. Kitnat- In American ltaviue, consisting | of a Ann new HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS, Lot f>o x 100; Outhouses, Sheds. etc.; line Spring of Water on the premises. Will be Sold Cheap tor Cash if applied for soon. For further particulars, apply at thi6 Office*. 57-tf SILVER CITY LUMBER YARD WEBB & MULLARD proprietors. ' Dealers in ajl kinds of L UMBER, miJiOLEg, DOORS, WINDOWS, blinds, molding« ETC., ETC. — ’• etc. WOOD TURNING. SCROLL SAWlBn all kinds of Carpenter’* Finish 1' *° Main Street, - - Silver City PRINCIPAL OFFICE, ALTA PLANING MILLS D ST“FET...VIROIXH ROBEDEE & BENNETT, Livery and Feed Stable? AI!?xrd *°fun,iB’1',uh' CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE PICNICS, Etc. Together with the finest Single and n. Turnouts, as well as Saddle 1 Horses^t, found in the county, at liberal rates ’ 1 * For anything in our line, giye us a call. M. FRETT, Private Boarding & Lodging MAIN 8T. SILVER CITV, NET. WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD At good a table as can be found in th. State. Rooms are supplied with fine Serin! Mattresses. The public are invited t7£, me a call. ™ JNO. W. CRIER, Broker, Notary Public, _AND_ COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOB CALIFORNIA. OFFICE WELLS, FARGO k CO.’S BRICK BUILDING, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. CHAS. V. BOISOT, Stock Broker, SILVER CITY, , . NEVADA Stocks Bought, Sold _and Carriodon Margins. Walter, Rosenthal & Co. ....DEALERS IN_ GENERAL MERCHANDISE SILVER CITV, NEVADA. CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING! TENCH & LYDEAID, 111 NORTH C KTRERT. VIRGINIA, Are prepared to ekecftk in the beht manner, and inns* ft-asonablo priceH. all kind# of CARTUAOV. AND SIGN PAINTING. Work wayanjed to give satis faction. 31 PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY, NEVADA, H. HARRIS, [At New Orleans Mint, 1847 A lh48;Sau Fran cisco Mint, 1*54.) Established in California in 1854, and in Ne vada in 1W*0. IV A VINO HAD TWENTY YEARS EXPER II ience in Assaying on tin Pacific Coart, the undersigned can guarantee correct »> says on Silver, and Gold bullion, as also on Ores on one mince basis. Charges as reason able as the nature of the work will admit. Livery Stables ! MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY. fllHE undersigned having Enlarged and JL Renovated his well-known Stables, is now prepared to l'uruish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE HORSES I At very reasonable rates. By fair dealing with everybody, and every particular, I hope to please all. it/" Remember the place—the llrick Sta*>»c. J. F. ANGELL, - - PROrKiETO*. LUMBER YARD FOR SALE! OWING TO ENGAGING IN OTHER BCS iuess, I offer my old established fmaiber Yard, situated iu Dayton, doing a good paying bu&ineea, for bale. Earlv application dm** ary. L. L. CROCKETT. A. BRISACHER Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Wines and Liquors, For*i«n and Uoiue»Ui', No.26 South C Street, Virginia Post Office Depot. T. S. DAVENPORT, DEALER IN Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Notions, etc, EAST SIDE MAIN ST., SILVER CITY. *IV DAYTON DAIRY! A. A. ATKINS, - - Proprietor PERK FIIKSH MII.K DELIVER®® every morning at all place* in Da and Silver City at xuoat reasonable rates.