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THE lyon county times
gggS.IAM-AKY a. nm " OflH*er5*" 0,1 ^wnnt,v* I . .Theo. S. Davenport cute ^n»torB-- I .w* u- Kin& 8We ^ ' .W. C. Dovey . „ *.'..Hugh Carling i ^j^enihlr111011 ’' f .L. Morrill pj4rict JuJ*>.* * '.11. A. Cook Sh*riff. J A Bonham i >rk- • • ■••••"’:"/"]].G W Keith pistrfct Attumej • •.<>W Shaw 'Treasurer.. . . . ..Z T Gilpin Rfo. rtltr...O E Nash Assessor.• • yj('‘ ".I Reverse© ^cJfiuc Instruction.1 G Cromwell Ml.t. Publm m ” .vs Dildlne Surveyor.. .,j M McGinnis . a_a > " ‘ .JR Shaw C0mniissiOIie - ■ ■ I * ‘ '.\ Perkins '' i'j F fionhl. Silver City ...rfiern of the Peace., M c Hickey, Dayton (.H. Hill, Silver City i-.cutahlce..- |'*..1 Gearhart, Dayton nIX, >• (TnTOCK itKPORT Morainn Hoard. Monday, January 25, 1875. •• Ophlr. 22n.2W Mn.20l -ill Mexican. 5., ■*, •;■> r,S Savage, 1<i0, ly0* 14® tio ChollaDPotosi, .1, ,5 . A Xorcroas. 59. .>9 e.> S&5SW&&* fettfOp 44« Kentucrk, u (hi Alpha, IK Belcher, 4.,le, « SlSvtainia. 080.; 070j.«H> ,j,i ekrra Nevada, li i, lt> 1.1° « California, MO, 525, 5W (io Justice, 155,1.0 bJO 100 Succor, 5 H n,'«u l lilon a n, 0-, .-0. i;0 tail! Bryan, 9, Ski 360 Julia. 8, 7, 7M 220 Caledonia, 23, 2-1 <j 15 Knickerbocker,^ 4 V. 535 Baltimore, 8, 8U. »;8 A*iC*ri««wli Honru. ;j'.' Silver Hill, 11, 1° 3 50 Eclipse, s >5) Tri-ncli 10 40 Challenge. 8 ;s0 Dayton. 4k. •” 14N' K i k Island, 4k*, 4 i, 3k 150 Pictou, 50c 930 New York. 4k. 4, 4k 1)30 lOSVtah.T.Tk _ _ .VO Occidental, 5, o . . o?* 1)30 340 Senator. 1. '« 420 Phil Sheridan. 2k. 2 k 115 American Fist. 7. «*i >5 Woodville. 3k. 23b 100 Se^ Hook Island. 1 11W Mint. 1.7 5 K4u Lady Washington, 2k. 2 Vi ■4*0 Kossuth. 4 k, 4 k B30 OG Hill. 2k. 3 It JO Jacob Little, 2, l k ■ .*0 Leo, 1 k i‘.i> Auden. 9. 8. 8k i ■0 Wells Fargo, 1. 95c (;70 North Carson, 5 '<• . ) Niagara, 1 '< . 13;l. 1 k. iso Lewiston, 27«, 3, 2k 35 South Justice, 5k, G, 5 I v Cosmopolitan, k The Opeka Horse.— The past ffk. T.irtlo Nell, the California tortiul, drew crowded houses, Withstanding the inclement either. Last evening she ap art,tin the beautiful drama, in iur acts, of “ Fidelia, the Fire "aif," in which Little Noll per inated seven different characters. 'e expect this piece to have longer in than did “No Name,” which of onr people so admired. It full of thrilling and mirth-pro king scenes. Little Nell is >isted hv the full Opera House: anpany. At the benefit of Little ell, on Friday evening, Lotta, ittb* Nell's sister, made her first ipeaiance, She is said to be a omising actress. Those desirous seeuc- this great combination (onU attend at once, as they are il'ic to depart soon. It is thought at they will appear at the ('apital ■xt week. -tresi's.—Our leaders will he in esteil this morning in the persual our stock report. The Times fur 'lies full reports,ami take pleasure (thing tlio lust evening's street 'nationsas furnished by Mr. (’. V. , “sot' the gentlemanly telegraph I erator of this place: Imperial, A-1 best A Belcher, 872: Mexican, j • Ophir, $105; California, $4t>0; , ", * Curry, $i>S. Stand from ider. AxoiHEit gentleman, who has *n au inveterate drinker of in licating beverages, went before lsl'ce Gould and took an oath not indulge for a period of one year, itu'aaaary 1875, to January ’ ill. \\ hen the time has ex red’ re»ew it and be happy. ^,IE Amount.—An hour or so b °nly required to collect .<184 f the suflerers in Kansas and *'taska, by J. \V. Grier. Our Ils iire not backward about 'Wing charity, he the objects I ar% at home or abroad. ,E" House.—Salt Lake people ‘ temcniber George Higgins; he '’Pencil a wholesale and retail ectaUwIlifl.uor dePot at 49 South C d tn „Ug.mia Gity. Ho will be ke n, °et a^* his °ld friends, and any new acquaintances. ^rr —In Silver City, January s’ mfaut daughter of Thomas hnors, aged 32 days. Friends espectfully invited to attend ttf ral from the residence of I'Wents, this day, at 1 o’clock. )n;flLp°N' Three bars of Point bullion, valued at \v"pro shipped on Sunday, !0 Greer, agent Wells, Fargo *** dancing »orvH I!'' r Mlllin«ton, at Uhir^;’,18 uow attended by "y scholars nightly. Familiar Faces.—While passing through Gold Ilill, yesterday, we were hailed by the familiar cogno men of “ Hello, Frank!” by more than one oi the bystanders in iront ol tlie Bank Exchange Saloon, on Main street. Alighting, we met our old friends from the G’ity of Saints, John Mann and Charley Price, tbe former of the Salt Eake House, the great rendezvous of the Gentiles, and Charley, the famous mixologist, celebrated far and near. One or both of these gentlemen will be oil duty at this popular place of resort, and we advise all Idahoans, as well as those who have had to flee from the land of Brigham and his destroy, ing angels, to give John and Char ley a call. All who know them will vouch for our words, when we say customers will be well treated. Mrs. FAnny Stem house. —The lion. Lady Stanley, of England, speaking of the subject of this no tice, who lectures here on Wednes day evening week, says: “ Mrs. Stenhouse is a most charming, lady like person, and everything connec ted with her makes one feel that she is thoroughly to he depended upon, and that everything she says, wheth er in public or in private, is to be believed. The story which she tells is in many respects so extraordi nary that one could hardly think it true; and yet, from my own per sonal observations, 1 am assured it is without one word of coloring or exaggeration, she treats this deli cate subject as only a lady of refine ment and intellect could do.” The subject of Mrs. Stenliouse's lecture on this occasion, will bo the “Moun tain Meadow Massacre,” a subject witb which she is familiar. Admission Free.—Dr. llice and Prof. McDonald will deliver a lec ture to morrow afternoon at 2' o’clock to ladies, upon “The Phys ical T.ife ot Woman.” No lady should fail to hear this very instruct ing lecture, in regard to her health and happiness. In the evening they will give a free lecture to gentlemen upon the “ Science of Manhood.” Every man should hear it. Prof. McDonald gives phrenological ex aminations, showing what business yon can do best, how to utilize tal ent, improve the mind, and make life a success. Dr. Rico treats all diseases that afflict both sexes. His methods are reformatory, and based upon common sense and scientific principles. “His success has won hint the gratitude of thousands.” Consultations free. Offlee at the Silver House. Fire. — Shortly after 0 o’clock yesterday afternoon, the Savage mine whistle blew an alarm, bring ing out the Virginia Fire Depart ment, but before (lie engines reached the scene the tire had been extinguished. It was a one-story 1 and cellar shanty belonging to Tom Martin, and situated on B street, almost immediately in the rear of the St. Louis Brewery. The roof and sides were burned, leaving the boarded cellar intact. Cause un known. Warm no. —A correspondent who prides himself on his fine assort ment of poultry, writing us from Dayton, says: “There has been a female, dressed in man’s attire, prowling around bouses here in Dayton, committing depredations. She is known, and respect for her husband alone saves her from pros ecution. Parties who have suffered most have prepared shot-guns, and will certainly give her a warm reception on her reappearance. Its Meaning.—While at Virginia City, yesterday, we learned the meaning ot the brand, “B.C.K.” We supposed, heretofore, that it was the manufacturer's initials, but it seems we were mistaken. Our friend l’at. O’C., seeing tbo mystic letters, said it meant “Bourbon Condemned by the Ku-klux,” the pride of Ken tucky. We gave in, as it was a fore gone conclusion lie had drank more of the article than we had. Sad Affliction.—On Christmas day there was born to Mr. T. O'Con nors twins, a boy and girl. Last week the little boy was consigned to the grave, and last night, at 10 o’clock the little girl also passed away. Their remaining child, aged about o years, is sick with the scarlet fever. Truly, misfortunes never come singly. Gold Hill Singer Sewing Ma chine Agency.—Sowing Machines sold and rented on easy monthly installments. Call and satisfy your self that they are the best in the world. Office opposite Dorwin’s as say office. * W. II. Dogoett. Why is It?—Why is it that eve rybody goes to tlie Metropolitan boot and shoe store. No 108 South C street? It is because they can got boots and shoes cheaper and better than in any store in the State. C. A. Noltemeier knows how to please his customers.:S Virginia Sewing Machine Agency.—Ten dollars per month secures a Wilcox A Gibbs, llowe, New Wheeler A Wilson, Domestic Home and Home shuttle. Call on Mrs. M. A. Beardsi.ee, No. 86 South C street, next door to A. M. Colo’s drug store s LKillT AND I KI TH Is there any man, woman or child in Silver City or Virginia city who believes it? Is there anybody who, in this enlightened age, will give credence to any report which even hints at the possibility of undersell ing Banner Bros, clothing house, corner C and Taylor streets. It ean't be done. No one can give you as excellent an article of clothing for as little money as this popular es tablishment. No matter how hard others may try, they always find it : impossible to reach the extreme low scale of prices which has been estab lished at this emporium of fashion. We shall always maintain our right to the title of the “Champions of Low Prices.'’ The facilities this firm possesses is unrivaled bv any other establishment, on the coast. A large factory at No. 106 Duane street, New York, magnificent wholesale house at Nos. 2U1 and 206, Sansome street, San Francisco, and a mam moth establishment at the corner of C and Taylor streets, the largest in Virginia city. And we make no vain boasts when we say to you ‘We never will he undersold." The “Reflecting Light," eremed in front of this mammoth establishment, “da/./.los" the eye for blocks oil', and botli light and establishment out shines any in Virginia City. In order to make room for a large stock of Spring clothing now being manufactured at our own factory in New York, we oiler our entire well selected stock ol Winter clothing at ] rices as low as to make it w ithin the reach ol every one to dress well. We ask the public to examine our assortment and prices before being allured to purchase from others, and we will l>c satisfied with your choice. ! Banner Bros., Corner C and Taylor streets, I Virginia City, Nev. Welcome News.—Hey man Broth ers have just opened a new furniture store on the corner of B and Taylor streets. They offer everything neces sary for furnishing houses, cheaper than any house this side of San Fran cisco. They keep constantly on hand a large stock of furniture, bed ding, carpets, crockery, glass and plated ware. Give them a trial. * Dancing School.—Professor Mil lington, the Washoe favorite, has opened a school at Armory Hall, Silver rity. Regular night of meet ing, Friday. Music furnished on all occasions. He has classes at Gold Hill and Virginia Pity—three nights in Virginia and one in Gold. Hill. Scholars admitted to either school. : \V. R. Rison, Odd Follows Build ing. Gold Hill, is now receiving and opening the lineal stock of Crockery, Glass and Chinaware that over came to the State. Choice Family Gro ceries a specialty. Goods delivered Fkee to all parts of Gold 11 ii 1, Sil ver Pity aud American Flat. 5>K. t. J:. Sl'IXYEY. Wit knows throughout tin country as a Pathologist auil I'hysi-•logist. whose success- I ful tr atmout of certain physical disabilities and functional derangements deservedly on- j title him to the familiar r. • •• m111i«»n of the i• us:at spKciAi.tsr. would respectfully inform the citizens of Virginia City ami vicinity that he can be consulted, ns usual, sit his olhee. in his N< w and Commodious R kuus, \n. IHH Son III t Sircct.thus giving invalids an opportunity >'f ridding themselves, through ; liis professional agency, of sm-h constitutional 1 annoyances and ailments as lie claims to com- i pass and t > cure. Without entering into Jiiog- | raphical dctails.it is sui’icient P- simply prom- I ulgatc the fact that 1)11. SPINNEY'S earliest reputation may be traced back to Ills inaug-1 unit mu and conduct of tin Mniitri al (Canada East) Medical Institute. The regime of the ! English Pharmac- nti -al Coll- go i> gauged by . an elcvat- d 1 tamlard. All < xtonded oxperit nee and an assiduous study of tin* varied phases, of Disease, enables him t" guarantee assur ances of success in the eradication of tho j multiform cl runic ath-cti. u> incident t - both s< \ s. su h a* N tvoiis Debility. Exhausted Vitality. Youthful Exce«--s. Marriage Imped iments, Chronic and General A fleet ions. .«* * E r . J, DR. SPINNEY. while naturally impressed, with the delicacy of the subject, feds ti<» hesi tancy in assuring the u that, in <• uijmvtion with a competent knowledge of tin ir suffer ings. sn u as N'ervoijsin-ss, Neuralgia. Spinal i Weakness. less ,.f Appetif, I.-.--itude. Pro-( lapsus rteri. lb trov< iv-ions u Displacement of the Womb, Vaginal Irregularities, Leu chorrea. Dyspepsia. Indigestion. Constipation, ami the many petty irritating distractions ! that almost invariably have their origin in the uterine region, afford them immediate relief. COME AND BE HEALED. It matters not what your troubles may be, I come and let the Doctor examine your ease. It will cost you nothing for consultation, so j*h a sc call and satisfy yourselves wlietln r the Doctor understands your ease. If he can cure y >u lie will td! 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 boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity. Dr. Spinney will guarantee to forfeit five hun dred dollars for every case of seminal weak ness, or private disease of any kind «>r charac- I ter, which he undertakes and fails to cure. II. 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 < n 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 ean briug you relief. In u<» ease 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. Middle-Aged Men. There, are many of the ago of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacua tions of the bladder, often (accompanied by a flight smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in a manner the patient cannot account for; <m 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 and torpid appearance. There art- many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restora tiou of the kenito-urinarv organs. N. B.—Only an interview required in a ma jority of eases ; balance of treatment can be conducted at home without interruption of business. No case treated without a-personai interview and proper examination. Office hours—10 to 1, to 4. and 7 to 8. Consultation Free. Examination and advice, >3. J8-tf WHITE HOUSE Clothing Store! COHN & ISAACS. No. 1C SOUTH C ST RE KT Virginia City, Nevada. WINTER CLOTHING ! LOW PRICES ! LATEST STYLES! THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING EVER EXHIBITED IN THE STATE OF NEVADA! To appreciate the truth of this statement, one should call on COHN & ISAACS, white House Clothing Store NO. 1C SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA CITY. - T H E - SANK OF CALIFORNIA AGENCY. At Virginia and Cold Hill, Nev. A. J. RALSTON, General Agent f|HIIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOSITS JL of Coin 1 r Currency, either on open iiiti unt or to i*sue certificates therefor, pay able (at the option of the ladder) in Virginia or San Francisco. Exchange for Sale . ... OX. NEW YORK. LONDON. BOSTON. PARIS. SAN FlvvfiU juSCO, DUBLIN. SACRAMENTO, ETC. Collections made on all points. Bullion Purchased at the most favorable rates. St >cks. Bonds ami I.* gal Tender Notes bought and sold. Agency for the sale of Quicksilver. A. J. RALSTON, Agent. J. P. MARTIN, Cashier. PALACE SALOON! ALLEN & WAUGH, rgr\KE pleasure in informing. at their friends that they will have a GRAND OPENINC Of their Saloon, on SATURDAY EVENING, January 23d, 1875—on which occasion u Grand FREE LUNCH will bespread. The Bar will Iks supplied with the choicest brands of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Everything New and cozy. Club Room attached. Give us a call. Next door to the Bamum Restaurant. CHAS. V. BOISOT Stock Broker, SIJLVER CITY, , - NEVADA. Stocks Eouglit, Sold and Carried on tViargins. H. M. JEWETT, HOUSE AND SIGN P A i A T K K ! .DEALER IN. Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper, House Lining, _ ETC.. ETC. MAIX STRKKT. HOLD HILL. ROBEDEE & BENNETT, Livery and Feed Stable! A RE prepared to furnish, at the shortest im notice, CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE, PICNIC s. En 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. SILVER CITY BREWERY. MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars! FUESII, coon LAGER BEER- BREWED FROM FUl.E MOUNTAIN WATER. PHILLIP OF.VEIL_ FURNISHED ROOMS. PERSONS VISITING VIRGINIA CAN find clean and commodious Rooms, single or in suits, at the WILLIAMS & BIXLER BLOCK, Two doors below the International Hotel, at reasonable prices. This house is centrally located, and is surrounded by the best restau rants and eating-houses in town. J. LAWSON. PRIVATE BOAR DIN C AND LODGING, Main Street .Silver City (Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall.) Having recently refitted and Opened the above House, he is pre pared t-> acemumoUaG* alt who may lavor him with a call. Terms reasonable. C. A. NOLTEMEIER, METROPOLITAN BOOT AND SHOE STORE 10S SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA, NEVADA, raV.KF.S pleasure in informing the Citizens 5 of Nevada, that his immense Stock, purchased under his own personal supervision, 1ms arrived, and will be tv-Id at prices to defy c ompetition. Ilis stock consists of GENT’S, BOYS’, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, and lie wishes all to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as ho can and will ofl'-T superior inducements to any house in the State. CLOSING OUT! ANOTHER CHANCE -FOR The PoorMan, THE PROPRIETOR OF THE PHILADELPHIA BOOT&SHOE STORE. NO. 23 SOUTH C STREET (Opposite the Enterprise office.) OFFERS HIS IMMENSE AND MOST HE Icrt stock of Boots, Shoes, Gaiter® Chil dren’s Shoes, etc., at reduced prices, as ho 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. #7Call at once and secure bagains.'Vil Vfn. GI NDLAdV. I860. 1874. Pioneer Laundry, NORTH OF VIRGINIA, JOS. F. & G- W. HALL. Proprietors. fWUIIS OT.D ESTABLISHED AND RELIA I. ble Laundry is prepared turn out any quanitty of Renovated and CLEAN LINEN, without being damaged by manipulation or chemical application. PACKAGES PUNCTUALLY CALLED FOR AND RETURNED. OFFICES—International Hotel and Wal > lace’s Fruit Store, 122 South C street. ! 6 JOS. F. k G. W. HALL. MEYER &STEGMAN Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, Mill Goods, Dry Goods, Crockery, Liquors, ETC.. ETC., ETC. Corner of Main and Pike Streets, DA YTOX, X KVA DA. VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL OMNIBUS! CONNECTING WITH THE CARS AT GOLD HILL TO AND FROM CARSON. 1 make Regular Trips between the j ▼ ▼ stands at cither end of the route, as ; frequently as the state of the road will allow, i front k o’clock a. m. to i» o’clock r. m. Will also make ..j ■ trip from Piper’s Opera House to Gold Hill at the close of the per formance each evening while the theatre i® running. j Fare, 25 Cents. After 8 P. M. 50 Cents. JACOB WHITE. Proprietor. SILVER CITY STAGE Connecting with the Gold Hill Omnibus Line. CHANCE OF TIME. i.fjive Oliver uiv; 8:30 A. M. 10:30 A. M. 1:00 P. M. 3:15 P. M. C:13 P. M. Leave (to id Hill: A. M. 11:30 A. M. 2:15 P. M. 4:15 P. M. 7:15 P. M. Fare Fifty Cents ; KOBEDEE DENNETTS.Proprietors VIRGINIA AND DAYTON STAGE LINE! ! Carrying the l\ S. Mail and Wells, Fargo iV Co.’s Express. ; <T. S. DALLAS, - Proprietor. Leaves Virginia HA. M. and 3 P. M. Leaves Payton 8 A. M. and 3 P. M. i Virginia to Gold Hill.25 Cents FARE, : Virginia to Silver City. 75 Cents f Virginia to Dayton.$1 75 W. H. ASH,' (Successor to BURRILL), PIONEER BOOK STORE! Corner C anti Taylor Streets, VIRGINIA CITY. j JUST RECEIVED, A I.ARGE LOT OK HOLIDAY GOODS ! ! - P. M. O’CONNOR, Plastering, Mason Work, General Jobbing, 1 ^SITTING FURNACES, CALCIMININ'G, §c. i Marble Mantels placed in positing. Orders left at the Timkk office, Silver City or at the Eclipse Sal"*>u ami Daniel0'ConneFti 1 store, south C street, Virginia, will be prompt ly attended to. BEER BR08. No. 102 South C Street, VIRGINIA.NEVADA Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES . .AND. PROVISIONS Tea and Coffee A SPECIALTY. Customer* can have have their Coffee Ground, by Water Power, before their eyes. CANNED FRUITS IN GREAT VARIETY. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, ETC. BEER BROS. No. 102 South C Street. Our Motto is "Quick hales and Small Profit*." GIVE US A CALL. CHARLES V. BOISOT, DRUGGIST and APOTHECARY, MAIN STREET. SILVER CITY.,.NEVADA. Has ai.w ayr on hand a full stock of Drugs and Medicines, CHEMICALS, FANCY ARTICLES, AND PERFUMERY,. Imported direct from New York. Having made arrangements ,to procure from . first hands— WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS, _AND. . . . WINDOW CLA8S' He intends to make these articles a Specialty, as they will all he removed to the building adjoining the Drug Store, and hia assortment will be of the most extensive character, and wilj be sold at prices to defy competition. Also, Agent Cnicago Enamel-faint Works Reorders for SIGN and HOUSE PAINTING, Glazing and Paper. Hanging promptly attended to.. SOUDER’S STAR ROOT SYRUP 18 5 5. Established in Philadelphia, September, 1835 N. B.—None genuine except signed by the Sole Agent. Cures Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, in fact all diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Price per Bottle, One Dollar. J. C. LECONEY, SOLE AGENT FOR NEVADA. M. WERTHEIMER, Importer and Jobber in fine Havana &. Domestic Cigars TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS, A fine variety of MEERSCHAUM, AND ALL KINDS OF Pipes and Stems PLAYING CARDS, ETC. No. 62 South C Street, Virginia City. Cigar Factory, 425 Front Street. San Francisco BROWN & MAHANNY, I PRINTERS, | Cor. C and Taylor Streets. • Virginia. PUBLISHERS OF | THE FOOT-LIGHT ? SAN FRANCISCO Clothing Store ! BARNERT & LOVE, IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN Custom and Wady Made CLOTHINOL Gent’s Furnishing Goods, and Boys’ Clothing. Latest st> les Hats. Trunks, Values and Blankets. Remember the Place—SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA, NEV . first iteor south of Bank of California. 40, dNO. W. CRIER, ' Broker, Notary Public, _AND_ COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR rALIFOKRIA. 1 OFFICE -WELLS. FARGO t CO.'S BRICK BUILDING, SILVER CITT, NEVADA. G. C. F I S H, " Lodging House and Saloon. 11HK FINEST SPRING MATTRASSES IN . town. US'Give me a call. Fish's Chop House, i CARSON EXCHANGE HOTEL!. i Situatv d -'ii i arson street, opposite tb«\ United States Mint, one block from the Railroad Depot, CARSON CITY.NEVADA rgvus NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOUSES j M »ff.-rs superior accommodattona tnr Families and tb<; Travoin.4 tuhin. | itSingle Rooms or «n Suite I The reputatiou of the Table will b« sus tained in tirbt-clabj style.