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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Sunday.November 22. 1*71. ttl.MXK STOCK REPORT. Morning Board. Saturday, November 21, 1874 75 Ophir, 87, 88, 87 985 Gould k Curry, 24, 23.22S 4460 Best k Belcher, 22, 24, 23^4 •" •205 Savage. 90, 89. 89 S 875 Cliollar-Potoai, 60, 68, 67 S b30 355 Hale k Norcroaa, 55, 24, 53)4 1780 Crown Point, 61, 58S, 59)4 b30 785 Yellow Jacket. 106, 107, 107 S b30 1225 Imperial. 15, 14*4. 14 S 770 Empire Mill, 14S, 14S. 14\ 720 ConG H Quartz. 7, 6*4, 7 S 715 Kentuck. 22, 21*4, 21)4 1355 Alpha, 23, 24, 23 1570 Belcher, 53, 52, SIS 880 Confidence. 31. 31 510 Con Virginia. 167. 166, 165 a90 5920 Sierra Nevada, 10S, 9*4, 10 b5 90 Seg Belcher, 132. 130 800 Overman. 64, 63, 62 40 Juatice, 36, 37 450 Succor, 3 425 Julia, 4 735 Caledonia, 23, 22, 22 S 240 KnickerlH»rker, 4, 4S 500 Globe, IS, IS 1686 Baltimore, 8)4, 8*4, 8)4 310 Bacon. 6 860 Bullion, 16 S. 17 1400 California, 95.92S.90 100 Utah, 4 THE NINES. Our stock report indicates a gen eral rise throughout the district. It is plain to be seen that a better feel ing exists. Work is being done on all the mines; a number of new in corporations have been made, and some ground that has long lain idle will be worked. We give a partial report of progress: Dayton.—The ore breasts south, on the second-station level, are yielding finely. The turn-table slopes on the third-station level are also improving in the quality of tho ore extracted. A drift running south on the ore vein toward tho Kossuth line has penetrated the ore body a distance of 100 feet, at which point a crosscut has been made which shows the ore body to be 24 feet in width, and of a much richer character than that opened at the turn-table stopes. The southwest drift on the second station is still pushed steadily ahead toward the Kossuth line, following the west casing of the ledge. Two crosscuts have been made from tho north drift on the second-station level near the Cherokee line, one east and the other west, which show the ledge to be 70 feet in width with out yet reaching the west clay wall. The daily yield is 70 tons of ore, keeping the Woodworth mill fully employed. Kossuth.—Sinking tho main shaft is making the usual good progress. Sinking tho winze from the south drift, on the 200 foot level, is also making fine headway. Nothing new • to report of the other prospecting operations on that level. Daney.—The main west drift on the 400-foot level is still driven vig orously ahead through the ledge, with very promising prospects of some good ora developments. Niagara.—The shaft is down about 75 feet, and is being wrought upon night and day. They have a ledge about two and a half feet thick and the rock looks tine. Uiiand Ball.—The long-talked-of ball for the benefit of tho Fire De partment of Silver City, took place at Armory Ilall on Friday evening. Something like twenty couples par ticipated, although this was only a tithe of the tickets sold by tho com mittee. The music was first-class, .and all who desired to dance had no difficulty in finding partners. The Silver House got up an excellent supper for tho occasion, the finest of the season by largo odds. At a late hour the party disbursed, all pleased with having attended the Fireman's Ball. Decided.—Before Judge Rising, ‘the caso of Solomon Heudenfeldt against the Daney Guld and Silver Mining Company, which was tried, argued, submitted and taken under advisement September 29, 1874, was brought up, and a finding iu favor •of the defendant entered, with the ■order that tlie plaintill take nothing by the said action, and that the de fendant recover costs, and that judg ment be entered accordingly. Died. — It appears that James Blythe wasa native of England, aged about 49 years, and died on the 18th inst. from .exposure and intemper ance. Some six weeks or two months ago lie sold his pack train for a con siderable sum of money, then went on a spree, and has continued >it up to the time of his death, which took place at Fiddler’s Green, about six miles from Dayton, on the Hay named. Social Dance. — It should be borne in mind that the Social at the •Golden Eagle Hotel, Dayton, takes place on Tuesday evening next. Every attention will be given by the managers, the supper will be pur excellence, and a good time generally. Fare, only two dollars, including eupper. Retaken.—Ralph Johnson, the man who was arrested for attempt ing to pass a canceled check, and who set fire to the Gold Hill calaboose after being released by friends, was arrested Thursday night in Carson by Deputy Sheriff Condon. He has taken lodgings at the County Jail of Btorey. W. R. Rjnon, Odd Fellows Build ing, Gold Hill, is now receiving and opening the finest stock of Crockery, Glass and Chinaware that over came to the State. Choice Family Gro ceries a specialty. Goods delivered Free to all parts of Gold Hill, Sil ver City andj American Flat. * Jotting* Around tin. Lucky York is going to Panamint. Disappeared—the “beautiful.” iSport—At the turkey, chicken and , pigeon shooting matcli at tlie Mound House on Tuesday next. One hundred and eleven car loads of ore, aggregating 777 tons, were shipped by rail, on Friday, from Virginia and Gold Hill, for mills at Silver Oily and on the Carson river. An assessment of fifteen cents per ! share is levied by the Baltic Consol dated Mining Company, which will become delinquent on the 23d day of December. Mr. John Knaveborough, whose leg was broken by a tall of tinfljers in Belcher some time about the mid dle or last of September, was unfor tunate enough to slip on the stairs of the Empire House Thursday, and broke it over again. W. R. Rison, of Gold Hill, lias just received an immense stock of crockery and glassware, which he is selling very cheap. B. II. Carrick & Co. are accumu lating a large amount of lumber at their yard in Gold Hill. They sell assorted lumber at living rates. Jewett paints signs in the most ar. tistie manner. He finishes resi dences and store-rooms, doing painting and papering in Gold Hill or Silver City. Harry and Frank are to be found at the Washington saloon, Virginia City, where they serve their patrons in tip-top style. Piper’s Opera House.—To-night will bo repeated King John, with Mrs. Booth, J. B. Booth, Joseph Wlieeloek and a full Star Combina tion in the east. This will be the last appearance of Mr. and Mrs. Booth at this house, as they com mence an engagement at Salt Lake Theatre on Wednesday evening next. The matinee yesterday was largely attended, the house being well tilled with ladies. The performance on the occtftdon was very fine, an im provement on tlie general order of day performances. All who wish a grand Shakesperian treat should at tend this evening, as it will close the season ot “legitimates.” Manager Piper takes pleasure in announcing an engagement for one week only ot Lottie, the lady gymnast of the world; Frank, the daring; Katie, the fascinating; and the great Kick arks, London comedian and vocal ist. This great combination will ap pear in connection with the Opera House Company. An attractive bill is otteied for the opening night, for full particulars ot which we call the reader's attention to the programme in another column. Fixe STABLE.--Our attention was attracted, while in Carson, to the handsome stone front livery, feed and sale stable of Dr. Benton, situ, ated opposite Wells, Fargo A Co.’s express office, and extending from Carson street to the Plaza, two stories in heighth and very roomy. The Doctor keeps something over forty horses in constant use, besides doing a large proportion of the transient business. Every appointment in and about the stable is first-class. The addition now being completed makes bis stable the largest in the State, and his attendants are gentle manly and prompt. We take pleas ure in calling the attention ot his many friends in this part of the State to his card, which will bo found in another part of this paper. Turkeys, Chickens, Pigeons.— At the shooting match, to take place on Tuesday, at 9 a. M.,at the Mound House, Mr. McLain announces that he will have turkeys, chickens ami pigeons in great abundance, enough to satisfy tho cravings of all the community. Hare sport is promised for all who can get there. Go early, and be prepared to carry your game home with you, as it is not sale to lot it remain on storage—it is too near Thanksgiving, and all the boys want turkey on that day. Coffins.—We confess it is not an easy or pleasant subject to discuss, but must bo rosorted to at times. The living desire to see the dead neatly housed, and the place to se cure neat habiliments for the grave is at the Town Sexton’s office, Gold Hill. N. Lariviere, undertaker, will supply hearses, carriages, etc., and attend to all arrangements for fun erals. His stock of burial cases is very large and complete, and is bo iug constantly added to. His prices are reasonable. Daily Ork Product.—During tho past week, the daily average of oro has been as follows: Crown Point, 500 tons; Belcher, 550 tons; Consol idated Virginia, 420 tons; Ophir, 120 tons; Dayton, 70 tons; Sierra Ne vada, 65 tuns; Chollar - Potosi, 00 tons; making a total daily yiold ot 1,785 tons ot ore from seven leading mines. Other companies are taking out large quantities of oro also. Attorney-at-Law. — We take great pleasure in calling the atten tion ot all those wBo may require tho services of an able lawyer, to the card of S. P. Scaniker, who has late ly settled at the Capital. Mr. Scani ker has both ability and experience combined. His office is on Carson street, fronting the Capitol. Virginia Sewing Machine Agency.—Ten dollars per month secures a Wilcox A Gibbs, Hone, Now Wheeler A Wilson, Domestic Home and Home Shuttle. Call on Mrs. M. A. Beardslke, No. 86 South C street, next door to A. M. Cole’s drug store. • V. & T. R. R. Notes. — The Virginia anil Trnekeo Railroad never transacted before such a flourishing business as it has been doing for the past month. At pres ent they are ruhning three freight trains to every one that was run during the summer. From Reno they have sent orders to the Bay to send no more freight for the pres ent, as they have not the facilities for handling it. Our daily report will show that for some time past the freight received at the Virginia and Gold Hill depots have averaged 100 car loads daily. At Carson, the company have connected with the engine lieno the pateut appar atus for working air brakes. This invention is one of the great mod ern improvements in the construc tion of cars, as it operates on all the wheels of the car, and when connected with the locomotive, on all the wheels of the train at the same moment. The company have' just completed overhauling two of the original passenger ears of this line. They have been repainted, new floors laid, and a finishing of solid ash instead of the old veneer ing has been substituted. They are now just as good as new, if not better.The engine Nevada, which has been in the repair shops for the past three months made its appearance on the road this morn ing.At Carson the company have now a fall and pressure of over three hundred feet of water for the use of the car shops, which has just been completed for them by the Water Company.—[News. Religious Services To-Day.— There will be divine service at St. John’s Church, Gold Hill, this evening at 7 o’clock, Rev. R. W. Jenvey officiating. In St. Paul’s Church, Virginia City, there will be divine service at 11 o’clock, and in the evening at 7:30; Rev. R. \V. Jenvey officiating in the morning, and Rev. Rush S. Eastman in the evening. There will be no service at the M. E. Church, Gold Hill, this morning, owing to the dedication of the M. E. Church at Virginia City. Services in the evening at 7 as usual. Rev. Mr. McGrath will lecture in the National Guard Hall, Vir ginia City, this Sunday evening at H o’clock. A. F. axd A. M.—The following is a list of the officers elected by the Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of the State Nevada, at the recent session in Virginia City : R. W. Borlin, G. M.; Dewitt C. McKinny, 1). G. M.; Merrill P. Freeman, S. G. \V.; Henry L. Fish, J. G. W.; John Curtis Currie, G. Treasurer; S. W. Chubbuck, G. Secretary; George Clark, S. G. D.; Frank Owen, J. G. D.;— Tevis, G. Chaplain; C. N. Harris, G. Orator; Jas. Mc Ginness, G. Marshal; D. E. Baily, G. Standard B.; Hoppel Rice, G. Sword B.; Geo. R. \\ alker. G. B. B.; James Sabine, J. S. Mooney, G. S.; John O. Bennett, G. Or ganist; Edward Cutts, G. Pursui vant, E. S. Kincaid, G. Tyler. One of the “ Two Cahills. — Tom Cahill, the only Cahill we have had here for some weeks, left last night for San Francisco, where he expects to. meet “ John, the other " Cahill,” to the confusion of all who have ever met the two •• Dromios.” When the Dromio of Ephesus shall have joined the Dromio of Syracuse, look out for a new “Comedy of Errors.—“ En terprise.” Sudden Death.—W m. Master son, one of Nevada’s pioneers, died very suddenly, at Gold Hill, Friday morning, of pneumonia. Mr. Mas terson has resided in Gold Hill for the past twelve years, and leaves a wife and many friends behind him. He was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Fire Department. Weaby of Life.—Last Monday night a nymph du pave, known as “Russian Sophy,” attempted suicide, on 1) street, by taking laudanum. She was abandoned in San Francis co by a Russian nobleman, on his way to Australia. She came here soon after, and has led the life of a courtezan ever since. She wrote a letter to a sister in misery, stating that she was tired of the life she was leading, and finding no other way out of it, had resolved to try death. She was found near the banks of the dark waters, but restoratives were administered, and she was brought back to consciousness and life.—Ju dependent. Editorial Visit.—We were much pleased at receiving a call this morn ing from Mr. Frank Kenyon, pro prietor and editor of the Lyon coun ty Times. Mr. K. publishes a very spicy paper, and with much pleas ure we learn that the people of Lyon county appreciate the fact. The editor is a live man; works while others sleep; and seeks about for the worm, instead of waiting for the reptile to come to him. — Carson Tribune. For Boots nail Shoes, the Metropolitan Boot and Shoe store. No. 108 South C Street, Vir ginia, offers superior inducements to any house in that dtv. * Subscribe for the Times; it is I only 145 cents a week. Great Rejoicing! FALL CAMPAIGN FAIRLY INAUGURATED f .AND. BANNER BROTHERS (AS USUAL) TRIUMPHANT! JUST RECEIVED AND fiTIIX HECEIV in#, at this Mammoth Establishment, the most extensive and complete assortment of Fall and Winter CLOTHING EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY. THE BEST OF FABRIC AND THE NOB BIE«T STYLES OF BUSINESS SUITS! CAN BK FOUND AT BANNER BROTHERS. SATIN LINED DRESS SUITS, To suit the most fastidious, at Banner Brothers. C h i n e h i 11 a, Diagonal and Beaver OVERCOATS ! That will excel anything ever exhibited in the City of Virginia for comfort and durability, at BANNER BROTHERS. OUR ASSORTMENT IS THE LARGEST 1 OUR 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 are determined to continue, by straightforward - dealings, to merit the respect and esteem of their fellow-citizens. BUY ALL YOUR CLOTHING .OF. Banner Brothers, Coriuir € ami Tayh*r Street*. VIRGINIA CITY. GOLD HILL LUMBER YARD MAIN STREET, • - GOLD HILL, JUST ABOVE THE RAILROAD CROSSING. B. H. GARRICK & CO. PROPRIETORS. PISE AND ItMHVOOl) 4'KIEIXU Oregon Pine Flooring, Rustic Pine and Redwood, California Sugar Pine, Plain and Fancy Pickets, Plain and Fancy Pine and Redwood Shingles, Siding, Lath, Moldings, Doors, Blinds, Windows, Transoms, Etc. 4 B. H. CAURICK k CO. Marble and Granite Works. H. H. MUCKLE, North C street, Virginia, bet. Mill and Carson. MARBLE GRAVESTONES, FROM $&*> UPWARD. IRON. GRANITE AND CHAIN FENCING for graves; Marble Mantel-Pieces, etc. Also. Wood Fen cut. Orders filled promptly at the "most reasonable prices, and in the best style of the art. Orders from Silver City and Dayton promptly attended to. N\ B.—Parties wishing to see designs can do so by calling at the Yard. H. H. MUCKLE. N. LARIVIERE, UNDERTAKER! A few doors below Odd Fellows’ Hall, MAIN STREET COLD HILL! Hearses and Carriages Furnished for Funerals.__ P. B A R N E S’ LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, MAIN STREET, : DAYTON Horses Boarded and Groomed by Careful Attendants. «F"T)ie best blngle and Double Turnouts to be found iu the State eouatautly on hand. L LEVERSEE, Carpenter and Builder. A full stock of Coffins, Caskets and Trimmings constantly on hand, and furnished 4 at short notice. CUT CLASS of all Sizes TO FIT FRAME*. TYLER STREET, - - DAYTON. Fredericksburg Brewery! Fireproof Brick Building, comer Union, C STREET, .... VIRGINIA C. Mueller, Pro. Headquarters of the celebrated FREDERICKSBURG BEER. Free Lunch at all hours G. C. FISH, Lodging House and Saloon. T1HE FINEST SPRING MATTRESSES IN town. «h/"Givo me a call. Fish’s Chop House.! - TH«— LYON COUNTY “TIMES!” V HCwspa*Br 4 J0, PRINTING OFFICE I SILVER CITY..NEVADA. Thk Timm u Publiihw TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SUNDAY Of BACH WBBK, And contains all the Local News of Storey j and Lyon Counties, together with the Associated Press Dispatches ntOM THE EAart AMD west, And a carefully Selected Summary of news from all parts of the STATE OF NEVADA, Compiled from our Bxchangee. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT ! You can have it delivered in VIRGINIA CITY, GOLD HILL, SILVER CITY, DAYTON or 8UTRO, By Carrier.at 25 Cents per Week. By Mail.$5 for Six Months. The Times offers superior facilities to ADVERTISERS of VIRGINIA, GOLD HILL, SILVER CITY AND DAYTON. The low price of subscription places it in the hands of Families, Miners and Business Men alike. PRICES VERY LOW. Job Printing! Order* for Pm* or Fakct Panremo, lack u Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Letterheads, Cards* Stock Certificates, Promptly attended to, at Virginia Price*, and in a manner nat to be excelled in the State. Addrea*. “TIMES” OFFICE, Silver City, Nev. WHITE HOUSE Clothing’ Store! ■X ■■ ■ ■ COHN Sc ISAACS, Ifo. 16 SOtTTH C STREET, Virginia City, Nevada. WINTER CLOTHING I LOW PRICES! LATEST STYLESt THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING EVER EXHIBITED IN THE STATE OF NEVADA I To appreciate the truth of this statement# one should call on COHN A ISAACS/ White House Clothing Store NO. 16 SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA CITY. THE PIONEER DRY GOODS STORE Established in 1861. LATEST FASHIONS! ....AT.... Frankenkeime r’s FAMILY DRY GOODS STORE ! GOLD HILL f JUST RECEIVED. A SELECT STOCK OF' DRESS GOODS—Elegant, Novel and Special Styles ; the moat complete aswortment ever offered in this town. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, HOSIERY, Etc., at greatly Reduced Price*. Will eell a* Cheap for Caah a* any Store in the State. 47-tf M. FRANKENHEIMER. CLOSING OUT! ANOTHER CHANCE -FOR The FoorMan. THE PROPRIETOR OP THE PHILADELPHIA BOOT&SHQE STORE, NO. 23 80UTH C STREET (Opposite the Enterprise office.) OFFERS HIS IMMENSE AND MOST SE 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 FOB CHEAP GOODS. ft^Call at once and secure bagains,^* Wn. (41\RLA('H. ARRIVED! BY REQUEST OF MANY FRIENDS, DR. FOWLER, OF CHICAGO, HAS RETURNED TO VIRGINIA CITY, and is at No. 87 SOUTH C STREET, where he will be pleased to see all who need his services. The Doctor has had many years' experience in the treatment of CHRONIC DISEASES, and feels confident that he can give satisfaction to those who will give him a trial. The Doctor is a graduate of one of the oldest and most reliable Medical Colleges of the East, aud for the last three years has held a Professorship and lectured to a large medi cal class in one of the most enterprising Med ical Colleges of the city of Chicago, aud has held the responsible position of MEDICAL DIRECTOR and MEDICAL; EXAMINER of the largest Life Insurance Company of that city. LADIES—Those of you suffering from dis eases peculiar to your sex, call and get the Doctor’s opinion. Having had an extended practice in the line of your diseases among the rich aud 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 profession that has made the advancement as that per taining to the treatment of your diseases. He uses uew medicines, aud his mode of treat ment is entirely new in this section of the country, and he guarantees satisfaction. CATARRH he never fails to cure, and it iff the first step to Consumption or Bronchitis. Those suffering from any affection of the Heart, Throat or Lungs will do well to consult him. RHEUMATISM is so difficult to handle, yet the Doctor can show many testimonials of per fect cures, even in this city. Call aud see the Doctor. He charges you nothing for his opinion, and if he prescribes 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. 87 Sooth C street. NOTICE. During my absence..oeobge c. mo FAD1>EN will attend to the (’-.Ilea of County Clerk, of Lyon County. J. A. BONHAM, County Clerk. Dayton, Nevada, Nov. 16,1874. 3w NOTICE. fTJt'HL FURTHER NOTICE 18 GIVEN, RJ all persons are hereby notified that B. H. Carrick aud L. E. Sawyer are the only authorized persons to sign the firrti name of B. H. CARRICK fc CO„ lor the co’.Uction of debts due that firm. tHM)l&-tf B H. CARRICK k CO.