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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Sunday.Hov. 22, 1874. AGENTS. MKNRY I.I’OAK. Carrier and Agent for Oold Hill and Virginia City. L. P. FINHEK. 'JO Merchant*’ Exchange, Han Francisco. _ HOWARIt II11.1.. Agent and earner, Day ton ana Sutro. Carson City.— Business called us to the Capital since our last issue. Taking the train at Gold Hill, we were landed at the depot in Carson in about two hours. Calling at the United States Branch Mint, we were ushered into the presence of his highness, Superintendent Crawford, and spent an hour very pleasantly in conversation. Of course it was necessary to drop into the Melter and Refiner’s Department, where we met with W. H. Stevens, Esq., who was in charge, Mr. Bryant being ab- j sent in California, Mr, S. has ar- j duous duties to perform yet does them without a murmer and has j time to greet an acquaintance and treat his friends in a most hospital manner. We are under lasting ob- l ligations to him for the attention j shown us on tho occasion of our j visit. The Mint is in the most ex- ; cellent hands, and doing more work ; than was ever thought of in times cone by. Notwithstanding they ] coin a large amount of trade dollars and small silver coin, each coin re quiring the same handling that a i $20 gold piece does, it is thought something over half a million dol lars will be coined this month. Con- I sidering that two working days are cut out ot the month—election day and Thanksgiving—this is simply | enormous. In company with Mr. Crawford we visited several places, met and conversed with many, and say right here, we like the people ot , the Capital City very much, and hope to meet with them frequently. In the evening, at the special invita tion of Mr. Laughton, we visited the concert given by the Arion Musical Society. It was the best amateur performance it has been our lot to witness. The leader, Mr. Laughton, j deserves especial mention and praise ! for the manner in which the whole atlair was carried ou, more than we j have space to give. Our regular Correspondent comes to our rescue ' ere, by giving the concert in de tail in this issue. In the morning, having some time to spare before ; train time we visited the Warm Springs* and dropped in to see our very particular friend Col. Hyman, Warden of the Penitentiary, who re ported everything running along smoothly within his institution. Re turning we visited the office of the j Virginia and Truckeo Railroad, where we met with Supt. Yerrington and several of his assistants, to whom we return thanks for favors extended. Soon thereafter, at tlie command of “all aboard,’’ we seated ourself in a comfortable position and were whirled away at a rapid rate homeward. Carson City presents a very thrifty appearance; a large number of res idences and business houses are in course of erection, and many per manent improvements going on. It is the natural site for the State Capitol, and public institutions ot a similar nature, as it is more central and easy of access than any other town in the State. t’ANAMixT.—On Friday we met a gentleman, while on the train, who had visited the new El Dorado— Fanamint. His report is very favorable as to the prospects of the camp. He returned via Lone Fine and Carson, in a private convey ance, distance 365 miles. There is a tri-weekly stage running over the route, taking about seven days either way. He estimates that there are about 700 men at work, and the idlers swell the. number to 1,000 or 1,200. Work is being prosecuted on several mines, but only two have reached any consid erable depth, one 60 feet, the other 30 feet; town lots sell at from 300 to 1000 dollars; wood and water plentiful; lumber very scarce, at 160 dollars per M. Notwithstand ing he thinks the camp of a per manent nature and undoubtedly rich, he doija not advise-an emigra tion from this part of the country. There is one five-stamp mill in operation, and thfl Jones-Stewart mill is going up rapidly. A num ber of others are contemplated. In answer to our enquiry whether or not he would return, he said he might in the Spring ! The air is cold and indicative of a storm as wo go to press. Old Bo reas was culting up many antics. Thanksgiving next Thursday. 1 Ol'R CAPITAL LETTER. Carson, Nov. 20, 1874. Mr. Editor :—The residents of the Capital were treated last even ing to a musical feast, of a charac ter seldom vouchsafed to other than .those who are denizens of large cities, where congregate musical celebrities and connois seurs of music. The advent of the Arion Society has been talked of for some weeks, and no little anxiety was felt as to the result of this, their first effort. Notwithstanding the evening was a very disagreeable one, the theater was filled in every jairt. the ladies largely predominating. The opening chorus, “ Oh, hail us, ye free," was exceedingly well rendered, showing careful drilling. The only fault, if any, perhaps to he found, was a lack of strength in the male voices. Miss Roche sang an “Ave Maria” in good taste. A little more spirit and dramatic action thrown into her efforts would add much to her pleasant and evidently cultivated voice. Mrs. Wliitehill (the wife of the State Mineralogist) sang “Wait ing,” with her round, clear and sweet soprano voice, which called from the audience a storm of ap plause. Messrs. Mason, Hatch. Hale and Curry, sang “ Mary Aileen.” with splendid effect, and brought, as they deserved, a hearty encore. The chorus next produced, “ How bright anil fair,” was excellent, and sustained their reputation for time and accuraev. Messrs. Mason and Seoville sang, with evident satisfaction to the audience, the good old ballad, tju' “ Lost Ship.” Upon receiving an encore, they sang " The Larboard Watch. Ahov.” Mr. Mason's voice was never listened to with more satisfaction than during the render ing of. the above. Mr. Seoville, too, came in for his share of the applause. Mrs. Hopkins sang “ The Lover and the Bird,” and “ Down the Burn, Davie, Love,” with sweet ness. Her voice, though not of much power, is evidently one well under control. The gem of the evening was the exquisite instrumental performance of Messrs. Laughton and Hents •hel. from the overture of William Tell, “The Poet and the Peasant.” Mr. Laughton, as an amateur, ex •els any performer upon the violin [everlieard; and I doubt if there is a professional upftn the coast, with the single exception of Charley Schultz, of San Francisco, who can play better. Mr. Hents chel, also, was very skillful, and fully sustained his reputation, so 1 long enjoyed in Carson, as an ac complislied pianist. Mr. Mason and Mrs. Bender in singing “ See the Pale Moon,” gave j a very exquisite bit of vocal mel ody, in fact, one of the gems of the evening. Mrs. Winnie, who possesses a very line contralto voice, sang in a magnificent and finely modulated manner, “ Hour of Sweet Repose.” j It is seldom one hears at any time. 1 or at any musical performance, so fine a voice. Mr. Weeks, a tenor, from New York, lately arrived amongst ns, sang with his fine artistic voice, “ Good Bye, Sweetheart,” and “ Farewell,” and was loudly en cored. Mrs. Howe sang “ A Dairy Maid am I,” and upon being called out again, favored us with that gem from Maritana, “ Scenes that are brightest.” Mrs. Howe, in her manner and voice, seemed to be a general favorite. The “Two Roses," sang by Messrs. Mason, Hale, Holmes and McQuarry, was a perfect outpour ing of melody. Mrs. Wliiteliill and Mrs. Render favored the audience with “ Won drous Lovely Spring.” These ladies’ voices blended finely, and were it not for their nervousness, the audience in the rear would have been better pleased. Miss Duffy sang, passably, “Ah, so True,” and “ Little Bird, what Sing’st Thou.” This young lady has a good voice, but she is care less in the use of it. Mr. Hale gave, what I consider in bad taste, a character perform ance. Mulligan Guards and Cap tain Jenks may do very well at a theatrical representation, but to a concert room should not be ad mitted. The entertainment, as an entirety, was very creditable to all the per formers who participated, and af forded much pleasure to the lovers of music, who seemed to be present in large force. Mr. Laughton, as leader, execut ed his portion of the programme with promptness, and as one having the appearance of a veteran. One exceedingly objectionable feature I observed frequently dur ing the rendering of the duets, which was the talking and rustling of the programme. One listening to such notes as were presented* last evening does not like to have the melody marred by such inter ruptions. Persons in the habit of being guilty of such annoyances had better stay away. Their room is better than their company. I trust the Arions will very soon favor us again with more of such music. Cypo. A orani> treat is offered at the Opera House to-morrow evening. Lottie, Frank, Kittie, and the Pick ards will appear. TELEGRAPHIC. Sp ecial to the Tri-Weekly Times [By Westebn Union Teleobaph Line.] San Francisco, November 21— 1:30 r. m.—Near the dose of pool selling last night bids suddenly changed and Fullerton became the first choice, Occident second, and Sam Purdy third, at small odds. Weather cloudy, but it is not likely rain will fall to compel a postponement of the race. The weather for the race to-day will be fine. Fullerton still leads Occident slightly in betting. A large crowd will attend the race. A United States war steamer, i name not yet known, is coming into 1 the harbor. Isaac Beard, who was stabbed by Thomas Banks a few days since, I died to-day. Banks is in jail on a i charge of murder. There wore tsi deaths this week : in this city. None from typhoid i fever, scarlatina or suAdl-pox. Greenbacks, 00 to 01. 1:21 i'. m.-—Weather line for the great trotting race to-day. Fuller ton was the favorite this morning, Occident second, but at small odds. Barge numbers of people have left | the city to witness the race; more than was expected. 1:30 r. si.—Pool selling is lively between Occident and Fullerton. The horses are even at 100 each; Purdy 50. Budd Doble drives Occident; Hickok, Fullerton: and McClellan, Purdy. Occident is the favorite in the pools. A dis- I patch from the track gives Occident at 350, Fullerton 300, Purdy, 150. Occident is on the truck exercising. Purdy drew the pole, Occident second. Fullerton third. Occident behaves badly. 2:30 r. m.— The horses were called up by the judges for the start. They scored three times. Occident was nervous and excited, and finally got a start. First Heat.-—Fullerton first, Pur dy second, and Occident last. Time, 2:20 1-2. the best ever made to wagon. The action of Occident in the first heat depressed the spirits of his friends. When Ful lerton crossed under the wire, Oc cident’s saddle was abreast the dis tance flag, but the judges decided not to rule him out. Great dissat isfaction is expressed at the deci sion of the judges on Occident. The friends of Fullerton and Purdy claim he was four lengths back of the distance flag when Fullerton crossed tinder the wire. Chicago, Nov. 21.—1 ho Tribune's Washington special says Judge Po land declines to talk at length of Arkansas matters, but says there need not be tho slightest apprehen sion of any breach of the peace or bloodshed growing out of the pe culiar condition of things in that state, .smith is not strong enough to make a fight, even if lie were so disposed, while the Garland party would not oiler the slightest resist ance to the smallest body of United Slates troops, if they should be sent there to install Smith in the guber natorial office. Tho committee had about finished taking testimony but they were importuned by the Gar land party to remain a few days lon ger to receive some further testimony documentary and otherwise, which it was desired to submit. It was thought hardly necessary for both Poland and Ward to remain, how ever, and tho matter was finally ad justed by leaving Ward there with the Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms and official reporter. Poland disposes of the story that ho was telegraphed by the Attorney General to come on here by explaining that Judge Wil liams merely requested him to stop here on his way home. New Orleans, Nov. 21.—Tho Grand Jury of Plaquemine’s Parish have indicted the following persons: Har ry Mahoney, colored, ex-member of the House of Representatives, for embezzling $3,300 while acting as Treasurer of tho Board of Educa tion; Edward Jlutlcr, colored, ex Senator, for receiving a bribe ol $1,500; Wni. M. Prescott, Parish Judge since isos, for bribery and corruption in office and subornation perjury; Nicholas Bivan, colored, for shooting with intent to kill, blackmailing and obtaining money untler wise pretenses ny lntnnma tion and threats; Frank White, col ored, jailor and Deputy Sheriff, for oonniving at an escape of prisoners, including a defaulting Tax Collector. The Grand Jury consisted of four white and twelve colored men. New York, November 21 .-The Pa cific Mail Steamship Company has increased its passenger rate to San Francisco $20. J udge lilatchford, in the United stgtes Court has directed a verdict for the Government for $50,000 against ex-Governor Caleb Lyon, of Idaho, in a suit on his official bond. T,yon’s accounts were $40,585 short, of which ainouut he claims to have been robbed. San Francisco, November 21.— Near the close of the pool selling last night the bids suddenly changed, and Fullerton became first choice, Occident second and Sam Purdy third, at small odds. The weather is cloudy, but it is not likely that enough rain will fall to compel a postponement ol the race. To-day Fullerton still leads Occident slight ly on the betting. A largo crowd will attend the race. A United States war steamer— naino not yet known—is coming in to the harbar. Coroner Kice has been ousted from his position for malfeasance in of fice, by a decision of the Twelfth District Court. ■■ ♦ Hon. J. U. Shaw called at the Times office yesterday. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES! San Francisco, Nov. 21.— Gleason A Fell, drv goods merchants in this city, failed for 8200.000. Among the creditors are Levisto A Co., 830.000; Godehauu Bros., 830,000; Loza rare Freres, 820,000 ; Michaels, Fried lander A Co., 810,000 ; Bachman Bros., 818,000; Greenbaum, Schmidt A Co., 835,000; Rosenbaum A Fried man, 18,000. Other wholesale houses are also losers. It is probable that the firm w ili effect a compromise, as their business is yet unimpaired. Martinez, Cal., Nov. 21.—The jury is at last completed in the Gonzales murder case, and the trial will com mence on Monday the 23d inst. San Diego, Nov. 21.—The jury in the case of the Indian, Sorone, on trial for the murder of Johnson in 1870, rendered a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree, lie will receive sentence on Thursday next. Jose del Carine, another Indian, who was a witness against Sorone, is now in jail, charged with complicity in the same murder. His case will come before the next grand jury. The Union has the following from Arizona: Official vote for Stevens as Delegate to Congress, 1,442; Black, 1,07(1; Smith, 638. Sacramento, Nov. 21.— Governor Booth to-day commissioned C. H. Sawyer as Notary Public for Vallejo, Solano county, vice Hubbs, deceased. Articles of incorporation of the Searsville and La Ponda Turnpike Company were filed in the office of the Secretary of State to-day, princi pal place of business Redwood City, with a capital stock of 810,000; also, the Atlantic and Pacific Quicksilver Mining Company, with a capital of 81,500,000. Sharon-Xewlands' Marriage.— , The San I'raneisco papers are tilled ! with the particulars of the great event of the week—the marriage of i Miss Clara A. Sharon to Frank G. Xewlands—which took place at the i elegant residence of the bride’s pa rents on Sutter street; on Thursday | evening last. The presents were of J the most grand description, the i father of the bride bestowing a check fora cool million ot dollars. Pleasant Visit.—While in Car son, .since our last, we visited the j offices of the Tribune and Appeal, | and found the respective proprietors j and editors hard at work. In a short time, or as soon as the opposition j telegraph line is completed to that place, both these papers will publish Kastern and Western dispatches, which will add greatly to their in terest. They are now valuable local | papers and deservedly patronized. m:\v to-day. PIPERS OPERA HOUSE. JOHN PIPER.PROPRIETOR ; WILLIE GILI.Ac ting Malinger LAST NIGHT OF J. W. BOOTH. MRS. AGNES BOOTH. JOSEPH WHEElOCX. KING JOHN! CONSTANCE.MRS. AGNES BOOTH. KING JOHN.I. B. BOOTH. FALCONBRIDGE.JOSEPH WHEKLOCK. ENGAGEMENT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OF LOTTIE! The Lady Gymuaht of the World. Frank. the Daring, Katie. the Fascinating, and THE GREAT RICKARDS, London Comediau and Vocalist. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23d, The performances will coimnence with BUILT ON SAND! I Characters by the Opera House Company after which A Grand Vocal and Aerostatic! i In which LOTTIE. FRANK. KATIE and RICKARDS will appear. • - Prices of Admission : I Dress Circle and Orchestra.One Dollar j Parquette. .Fifty Cents Private Boxes.Five Dollars Reserved Seats, Fifty Cents Extra. Box Office open from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. LIVERY STABLE, Carson Street, Opposite Wells, Fargo A Co's. Express, CARSON CITY. rVIHB UNDERSHOT© HAVING r\ M. equalled fa> ilities for carrying on his business, is now better prepared than any livery stable proprietor in Nevada outside of Virginia City, to accommodate the public with Buggy and Carriage Equipments, FINE SPANS, STYLISH TURN-OUTS (all new). SUPERIOR SADDLE HOUSES, Anil everything that a first-class Livery Sta ble is supposed to be provided with. PICNICS, BALLS. POLITICAL GATHER ING, FUNERALS, ETC . ETC. Supplied with vehicles and steady teams on the shortest notice. Access to my stable can lie had at all hours of the day and night. TERMS REASONABLE. A share of the patronage of the place is so licited. J. M. BENTON, Proprietor, S. P. SCANIKER, Attorney at Law. OFFICE—FRONTING THE PLAZA, SOUTH CARBON STREET, Carson City, - - Nevada. DR. A. B. SPIWWKV, Wf.i.l known throughout thr country »• » Pathologist and Physiologist, whose sncc«» ful treatment of certain physical dfc» ‘li«cs and functional derangements deservedly en title him to the familiar recognition of the Great Si'EctAl.lsT, would respi tfully infonn the citizens of Virginia City and vicinity that he can be consulted, as usual, at his office. in his New ami ... Rooms, »«. lss Mon 111 «' Ml reel, thus giving invalids an opportunity of ridding themselves, through his professional agency, of such constitutional annoyances and ailments a- he claims to com pass and to cure. Without entering into luog. raphieal details.it is sufficient to simply prom ulgate the fact that DK. SPINNEY S earliest reputation mat he traced hack to his inaug uration ami conduct of the Montreal (Canada East) Medical Institute. The regime of the English Pharmarentical College Is ganged by an elevated standard. An extended experience and an assiduous study of the varied phases of Disease, enables him to guarantee assur ancea of success in the eradication of the multiform chronic affections incident to both such as Nervous Debility. Exhausted Vitality, Youthful Excesses. Marriage Imped iments, Chronic and (General Affection*. Til THE E A DIES. 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 Uteri. Retroversions or Displacement «,f the Womb, Vaginal Irregularities, Leu . horrea. Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation, and the many petty irritating distractions that almost invariably have their origin in the uterine region, afford them immediate relief. COME AND IIE 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 . all and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands your case. If he ran cure you he will ti ll you so ; if not. he will say so, for he will not undertake a case unless he is confident of effecting a cure. 1 API 'I >, .1 . Who may be suffering from the effects of vonthful follies or indiscretion, will do w ell to avail themselves of this, the greatest bopn ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity. Dr. Spinney will guarantee t" 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 snffcrer who may read this notice, that you are treading upon dangerous ground when you longer delay In seeking the proper remedy for vour complaint. You may be in the first stage—remember you are approaching the last. If yon are bordering on the 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 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. M i<Mlo- Moil. There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacua tions of the bladder, often |accoinpanied 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 particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin or milkish hue, again changing to a dark ami torpid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restora tion of the genito-urinary organs. N. B.—Only an interview required in a ms ioritv 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 s. Consultation Free. Examination and advice, $15. 28-tf TURKEY SHOOTING! ... AT THE.... Mound House Station, VIRCINIA & TRUCKEE R. R., ....OX.... TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1874. FB^IIERE WILL BF. A SHOOTING MATCH ft at the Mound House, on Tuesday. Nov. <24. for turkeys and chickens. There will be 'enough for all to get a • THANKSGIVING DINNER. L. T. McLAIX. SILVER HOUSE JOHN BENETTS, - Proprietor. MAIN STREET, : SILVER CITY. First Class! Low Prices! Having furnished this new and . commodious Hotel in a superior style, l take pleasure in asking a share of public pat ronage. assuring one and all that THE TABLE will be found to contain the choicest delicacies the markets of the Stab* afford, and no pains will be spared to make, the stay of guests com f< >rtable. THE ROOMS are large and well ventilated, and will be found i to be kept cleanly throughout. JOHN BENNETTS. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. Fireproof Building, Corner C and Union streets, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. S. A. TOMKINS. PROPRIETOR. | JA WING RE LEASED, RENOVATED AND Newly Furnished j the above popular hotel, is i repared to accom J modate DAY BOARDERS, and all others with every edible that the market affords, and will spare no pains iu providing For the Comfort of Guests. Prices to suit the Times! HOTEL OPEN ALL NIGHT. STAGE OFFICE tor Reno, Dayton, ; Carson and Aurora in the Hotel. Barnum Restaurant! Main Nlreet. Milter City. OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TILL 12 MIDNIGHT. T^HE Proprietors take pleasure in calling the attention of the citizens of Silver City to the fact that the above Restaurant will be opened on MONDAY. November 9th. It will be first-class throughout. 9JT Noue but White Cooks will be employed. FRESH OYSTERS, CAME AND FISH ! Board by the Day, Week, or Month, Single Meals, 50 Ceuta. ALEX. WITTMANN, 55-tf FERDINAND ZING RAFF. SILVER CITY LUMBER YARD WEBB & MULLARO proprietors. 1 Dealer* In all kinds af ■fj UMBER, SHINGLES, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, MOLDINGS ETC., ETC., BTC_ WOOD TURNING, SCROLL SAWING all kinds of Carjienter's Finish. *" Main Street, - - Silver City PRINCIPAL OFFICE, ALTA PLANING MILLS, D STREET.VIRGINIA. SOCIAL BALL, ....AT THE.... GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, DAYTON, TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 24 Tickets including lnneh, 12.00 ALL ARE INVITED. Strict order will be enforced. ROBEDEE & BENNETT, Livery and Feed Stable! ARE prepared to ftmiiHh, it th« shnrtert notice, CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE, PICNICS. Etc. Together with the finest Single and Double Turnouts, as well as Saddle Horses, to be found in the county, at liberal rates. For anything in our line, give us a call. M. FRETT, Private Boarding & Lodging MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEY. WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD AS good a table as can be found in the State. Rooms are supplied with fine Spring Mattrasses. The public are invited to give me a call. JNO. W. GRIER, Broker, Notary Public, -AND_ COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOB CALIFORNIA. OFFICE -WELLS. FARGO A CO.’S BRICK BUILDING, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. CHAS. V. BOISOT Stock Broker, SILVER CITY, . . NEVADA. — Stocks Bought, Sold and Carried on Margins. Walter, Rosenthal & Co. ....DEALERS IN.... GENERAL MERCHANDISE SILVER CITY, NEVADA. CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING! TENCH & LYDEAID, 111 NORTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE, IN THE best manner, and most reasonable prices, all kinds of CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING. Work warranted to give satis faction. 31 PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. H. HARRIS, [At New Orleans Mint. 1817 & 1848; San Fran cisco Mint, 1854.1 Established in California in 1854, and in Ne vada in 1860. Having had twenty years exper ience in Assaying on the Pacific Coast, the undersigned can guarantee correct as says on Silver, and Gold Bullion, as also on Ores on one ounce basis. Charges as reason able as the nature of the work will admit. LUMBER YARD FOR SALE I OWING TO ENGAGING IN OTHER Bus iness. I offer uiy old established Lumber Yard, situated in Dayton, doing a good paying business, for bale. Early application necea ary. L. L. CROCKETT. A. BRISACHER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Wines and Liquors, Foreign and Domestic, No.26 8outh C Street, Vlrglnls Post Office Depot. T. 8. DAVENPORT, DEALEKIN Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Notions, etc, EAST 8IDE MAIN ST., SILVER CITY, K*v DAYTOtt DAISY 1 A. A. ATKINS, - - Proprietor PUKE FRESH MILK DEUVKBSP every morning at all places in w. and Silver City at moat reasonable rate*.