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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
TUESDAY.MARCH 16, 1875 NT4MT4 REPORT Morning Hoard. Monday, March 15, 1875. 490 Ophir, 106, 108, 107* 999 Mexican, 30*, 31, 30* 370 Gould k Curry, 20*, 19* 885 Best k Belcher, 52, 52* b5 20 Savage, 132 114 Yellow Jacket, 77, 70 30 Ctaollar-Potosi, 62*, 62 129 Hale k Norcross, 46, 47 * 340 Crown Point, 32, 30 66 Alpha, 17, 17* 266 Kentuck, 14*, 14 130 Imperial, 7* 35 Seg Belcher, 85 26 Exchequer, 200 160 Overman, 51, 51 * 1015 California, 62, 61*. 61* 170 Con Virginia, 440, 437* 340 Confidence, 18 355 Belcher, 84, 35*. 35 160 Sierra Nevada, 12. 12* 1520 Woodviile, 3*. 3* 75 Knickerbocker, 5, 4 * 215 Glebe, 1*, 1* 260 Lady Bryan. 8* 20 Caledonia, 18 226 Succor. 1 *, 1* 950 Union Con, 9*, 9* 35 Justice, 75, 76 350 Julia, 6* 60 Bacon, 4 275 Silver Hill, 6* 200 Dardanelles, 3 410 Dayton, 2*. 2* 1425 New York, 2* 4165 Bullion, 31*. 32* 255 American Flat, 8* 20 Rock Island. 3* 75 Baltimore Con, 7, 8 319 Occidental, 4*. 47« Afternoon Honr<l. 360 Menlow Valley, 8*4, R1, 556 Raymond & Ely, 44, 45, 51 120 Eureka Con, Is1*, 19 300 Washington k Creole. 25c, 30c M American Flag. 2?», 2’« 2000 Pioche, W E, 30c (4)0 Belmont, 5. (i b30 1R0 Newrrk, 1!;, I 440 Rye Patch, 3*», 3', 20 Eureka, G V, 7 100 Standard, 1 115 Cherry ('reek, 114 200 Webster, HOC 350 Chsriot, 70c 200 Golden (lllnriot, 4 *4 300 Elmore, 314 125 Mahogany, 10 825 South Chariot, 2, 1H 550 War Eagle, 4 540 Poorniau, 41«, 47, 240 Miut, 50c, 40c 1*0 Lady Washington, 1\ 00C Kossuth, 3 100 Leo, 1', 740 Andes, R1,, 8’4 550 Wells Fargo, 40c, 3714c 250 North Carson, 2 675 Nlsgsra. 80c, 75c 100 Lewiston, 114 1200 Cosmopolitan, 50c 40 Pioche, 5 Died.—A brother of George Li kens, well known at Dayton, who arrived here on Wednesday last died yesterday morning, aged 31 years. He had been ill for some two years with consumption; came to the Pa cific Coast to regain his health, vis iting California, but only arrived here on Thursday last, meeting liis brother George lor the first time for 19 years. He leaves a wife and two children at Rock Island, Illinois, lie was a native of Woodville, Penn sylvania. His body will be for warded to the East this evening. Concert.— The promenade con cert given by Mrs. Moore, (Little Clara, of the Swiss Bell-ringers), drew a crowded house. The sing ing and dancing was desert iug of the numerous encorrs. At the close of tho performance the seats were removed, and tlie gay, young and old, joined in tho mazy dance. The concert will lie repeated this evening at Gold Hill, to which we call es pecial attention of Slippery gulchcrs. Improving.—We learn that Har vey Bonham, who left here some weeks since on account of li is tailing health, Is now about removing to Stockton from his ranclie, distant nine miles from that place. He is much improved, yet very low and dangerous. He is troubled with ab scess of the liver. His physical! reports the abscess broko and lie is in a fair way of recovery. Where is Bergh.—A teamster by the name of Minnick, driving an ore team for a Mr. S. Oates, was particularly brutal to one of his horses yesterday while making the turn into the Pioneer dump. Many a teamster In tho county should be under the supervision of a Bergh or some other humanitarian. Arm Broken.—Sunday afternoon tho youngest son of Mr. II. Blan chard, of Gold Hill, had his right arm broken just above the wrist, by falling oil a woodshed while playing with some schoolmates. Doctor Kirby rendered tho necessary sur gical assistance. CoNVAL.KsclNQ.-Dr. Buncher, who has been confined to his room for some time with an acute attack of rheumatism, we are glad to announce is able to be about again, superin tending the Kock Point mill. Plant Treks.-—Our neighbors at Dayton are now setting out cotton wood trees for shade. Why not follow their example in Silver CityT Now is the proper time. Plants can be secured at reasonable prices. District Court. — The District Court meets at Dayton this morning. The only case on trial is that of D. W. Raich vs. Harrison anil Greeley French. There is no place iu the State where suoh a shave can be procured as at the Palace establishment ot Zachariah, next door to the Post office. Afflicted. — Assessor Nash is suffering with an attack of the tooth ache. His face is very badly swo len, accompanied by severe pain. Bohn.—In Davton, March 8th, to the wife of .1. D. Sims, a son. This announcement comes better late than never. 1’ersonai,. — We learn that Mr. Daney, the discoverer of the Dancy mine, was in town yesterday, look ing at the prospects. Wilt, Start Up.—We learn that the Hope mill will start up soon, on contract to work ore front the Cosmopolitan mine. Hand Mashed. — Yesterday Jo seph Derzona had his right hand terribly lascerated by getting it caught between a belt and ptilly at the Gold Hill Quartz Mill. The muscles on the back side of his hand were torn asunder and stripped to the bone. Improvement.—TheSchool house at Dayton has boen thoroughly cleaned, renovated and ventilated, the play-ground cleared of stone, etc., making a marked improvement. A largo number of scholars are in attendance. Street.—Mr. Roisot furnished the following street quotations: Opliir, $105!£; California, $i>l; Overman, $51; Hale A Noreross, $45; Rest A Belcher, $51J^. Official.— Cosmopolitan.—Let ter of the 10th says: Commenced hauling ore to the mill last Mon day. Will be able to inform you in a few days liow it is working; am satisfied the result will be all I represented it. Ore chimney in extreme nortli face continues as reported. All parts of mine look ing well. Dayton.—Letter of the 10th says: Sinking the shaft is progressing favorably in fair blasting, the rock having more of the red quartz. Sonth drift on the third level con tinues without special change. Why is It?—Why is it that «ve rybody goes to the Metropolitan boot and shoo store, No 108 South C street? It is because they can get boots and shoes cheaper and better than in any store in the State. C. A. Noltemeier knows how to please liis customers.* _ Gold Hill Singer Sewing Ma chine Agency.—Sewing 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. Virginia Sewing Machine Agency.—Ten dollars per month secures a Wilcox A Gibbs, Howe, New Wheeler A Wilson, Domestic Home and Home Shuttle. Call on Mrs. M. A. Reakdslkk, No. 86 South C street, next door to A. M. j Cole's drug store Welcome News.—Heyman Broth ers have just opened a new furniture store on the corner of If 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. * Important Notice. — Owing to the increased business of Dr. A. It Spinney, the great specialist, he lias secured the services of Dr. H. J. Spear, a graduate of Harvard, who has had extensive experience in Bell vue Hospital, New York, in the treatment of diseases peculiar to the eye and oar. Dr. Spear will be found during office hours at the of Dr. Spinney, 188 South C. Street. * Insure!—Tlio New York Life In surance Company, one of the oldest leading purely mutual Companies, have opened office in Marye Build ing, Booms 1 and 2, Virginia City, Nevada. Married men only perform a sacred duty to their families by in suring, and single men can make a more certain provision for an inde pendent old age, by an Endowment Policy, than in any other way. * Mezzo-Chromo.—Mr. Albert Tay lor paid this city and Dayton a visit yesterday. He is enlarging photo graphs to any size und stylo, neatly framed, from $10 up, in excellent style. All those who wish to pre serve themselves or their relatives in chrome would do well to see Mr. Taylor. He will call on residents in a few/days. All orders left at this office will l>o promptly attended to. * Grand Promenade C'onokrt.-Uii Monday evening Mrs. L. B. Moore, the distinguished vocalist, assistod by the Virginia Gleo Club, Prof. Geo. Clifton, the blind violinist, Prof. J. W. Weeks, Prof. Berliner, the well known pianist, Miss Kattie Faulk, Miss Leua Berck, and a number of other young ladies from Virginia, will give a grand promenade concert at Armory Hall, Silver City. Mrs. Moore, whoso abilities as a can cat rice are well known, will favor the audi ence with some of the finest Scotch and Irish characteristic songs. The performance will conclude with a grand dance. On Tuesday evening the entertainment will be repeated at Miners' Union Hall, Gold Hill. Those who attend at either place will be atlbrded a rich musical and terp sichoroau treat. Most of the citizens of Silver City and Gold Hill will re member Mrs. Moore as the Little Clara of tho Swiss Bellringers, who gave a series of very enjoyable en tertainments in this section several years ago. Tickets of admission as usual. * THE XAKKET. .Stocks continue to fluctuate, anil a largo business is being transacted. The steady upward movement begun with the month of March received its first set-back last Wednesday. The presumable cause of this tem porary decline was the unloading of heavy purchases, made at tho period of greatest depression, which were thrown upon tho market by those who were ready to realize. There are so many sharp observers on California street, who are backed by large amounts of coin and who are ever on tho rjui vire t<s make a small turn, that any con siderable rise is rendered difficult indeed. Since Wednesday an increasing strength is manifested by securities, and last evening tile tide had to all appearances changed to flood again. Many of the prominent stocks are selling at very reasonable figures to-day. tubers might be considered high; but judgment and observa tion are frequently blind guides and the cause of heavy losses to those who look upon stocks in a mathe matical light. After the evening session a perfect furore was developed in Opliir, Mr. •Sherwood’s heavy purchases carry ing the price up to *11S per share. With Ophir’s prospects, develop ments and position the figure is not high, and the stock is a favorite one. George Ives and E. F. Hall were equally engrossed with Best & Bel cher and Gould A furry, sweeping tiie Board-room of all ollered at *35 50 for the former and *30 50 for the latter. Consolidated Virginia sold at *115. California was taken in eagerly at #65. Mexican was strong at *33. U nion Consolidated is one of the lirmest stocks on the list; and its neighbors, Sierra Neva da and Utah, are equally in favor. Confidence, Bullion, ('hollar, Hale A Noreross, Savage and Belcher are also in demand. In the American Flat stocks considerable activity is shown. Andes and Woodville were also lively last evening.—San Fran cisco Stock Report, 13lit. The Blue Ledge.—In the Sec ond East Range, which bounds Pleasant Valley on the east, and is in fact a continuation of the range of mountains which ends abruptly three or four miles cast of this place, a silver bearing lead was discovered some time since. It is situated east of Hillyer’s ranch, near Golconda Peak, and in con sequence of the bright blue color of the ore, was named the Blue Ledge. It is owned by James Watt, H. H. Smith, George Lam bertson, and perhaps others. Shortly after the discovery a lot of the ore was worked at the Hum boldt Reduction Works, and is said to have paid well. Since then work on the claim has been sus pended, but has recently been re sumed. George Lainbertson, who was in town yesterday, informs us that the owners have extracted a large pile of ore since work was resumed, a load of which they in tend to bring hero soon to have reduced. He says the ledge is four feet thick, and the rich streak from eight to twelve inches wide. A specimen of the ore brought here by him is unmistakably rich and contains both sulphurets and chloride of silver.—[Silver State, 13th. __ _ Made a Stkike.— Colonel Dave Weaver, an old resilient of this coun ty, left here last Fall on an expedi tion to Austin and Eureka. At the latter place, ho fell in with J. M. Hailey, formerly a resident of this county, and beeamo interested with him in mining property situated in Bald Mountain District, in the Ituby range, about forty miles from Eu reka. Colonel Weaver obtained a deed to the property, and went East to his old homo in Lancaster, Ohio, where lie organized a company to work the mines, and succeeded in disposing of upwards of §100,000 worth of the stock. The local pa per in alluding to tho matter says tho mining fever prevailed to a great extent, and everybody wanted more or less shares of the stock; some of Which sold at a premium. The Colonel will return in tho Spring with a pocket full of greenbacks, and operations will bo immediately commonccd on tho mines.— Silver State. Pkospects.—The Belmont “Cou rier ” gives glowing accounts of the mines in that part of the State. In the Spanish Belt region the the Barcelona No. 1, has rock that will work $800 per ton. The Bar celona South is also improving. The Catalona and Emmet Consol idated liuve struck their ledge in the tunnel and penetrated the same eight feet; assays $50 to $100. In Jefferson district the Prussian and Prussian South are looking partic ularly well. Two mills are run ning on ore from these mines, real izing the owners a profit. Religious.—Morning and even ing service at the School-house on Sunday was unusually well attend ed. Rev. Mr. Eastman officiated in the morning, and Rev. Mr. Uren in the evening. nn. a. n. ki'ixxey, Well known throughout the country as n Pathologist and Physiologist, whose sn ■. ess ful treatment of certain physical disabilities and functional derangements deservedly en title him to the familiar recognition of the »}RK vr Specialist, would respectfully inform the citizens of Virginia City and vicinity that he can bo consulted, as usual, at his office, ! in lii.s New and Commodious Rooms, \«v. Ish I South P Sit reel, thus giving invalids nn I opportunity of ridding themselves, through ; his professional agency, of such constitutional I annoyances and ailments as he claims to coin pass and to cure. Without entering iut*> biog raphical details,it is sufficient to simply prom ulgate the fact that DR. SPINNEY\S earliest reputation may be traced back to his inaug uration and conduct of the Montreal (Canada East) Medical Institute. The regime of the English Pharmaceutical College is ganged by an elevated standard. An extended experience and an assiduous study of the varied phases of Disease, enables him to guarantee assnr I alli es of success in the. eradication of the multiform chronic, affections imddent to both sexes, such as Nervous Debility, Exhausted I Vitality, Youthful Excesses, Marriage Imped I iments, Chronic and General Affei tions. I «> 1111. DU. SPINNEY, while naturally impressed with the delicacy of the subject, feels mo liesi i tancy in assuring them that, in conjunction 1 with a competent knowledge of their suffrr i logs. such as Nervousness, Neuralgia. Spinal : Weakness, Loss of Appetite, Lassitude. Pro- I lapsus Eteri. Retroversions or Displacement i of the Womb, Vaginal Irregularities, Leu- I | chorrea. Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation. I and the many petty irritating distractions I that almost invariably have tluir origin in the uterine region, afford them immediate relief. COME AND BE HEALED. It matters not what your troubles may he. come and let the Doctor examine your case. ' It will cost you nothing for consultation, so j please call and satisfy yourselves whether the i Doctor understands your case. If he can cure j yon lie will tell you so ; if not, lie will say so. ! for he will not undertake a case unless he is ! confident of off* i ting a cure. YOUNG MEN, Who may be suffering from the effects of i youthful follies or indiscretion, will do w* 11 : to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon j ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity. ! Dr. Spinney will guarantee to forfeit five bun- , dred dollars for every case of seminal weak ness, or private disease of any kind or eliarac- ( ] ter, which he undertakes and fails to cure. I j ID- would, therefore, say to the unfortunate j j sufferer who may read this notice, that you are i i 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, and are suffering some or all of its ill effects, remem ! l»er 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 ngnlust you; when no angel of mercy can bring you relief. In no case has tin* Doctor failed* of success. Then let no despair work I 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. Mifltllp-Affcrt Men. There are many of the age of thirty to sixty j who are troubled with too frequent evacua- I tions of the bladder, often (accompanied by a j j slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in a manner the j 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 line, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There are 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 tion of the genito-uriunry organs. N. B.—Only an interview required in a ma jority of cases; balance of treatment can be conducted at home without interruption of business. No case treated without n personal interview and proper examination. Office hours—Id to I. 2 to 4, and 7 to 8. Consultation Free. Examination and advice, $.». 28-tf C. A. NOLTEMEIER. METROPOLITAN BOOT AND SHOE STORE 103 SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA, NEVADA, <? fllAKES pleasure in iuforming the Citizens JL of Nevada, that his immense Stock, purchased under his own personal supervision, has arrived, and will l»e sold at priees to defy competition, llis stock consists of GENT’S, BOYS’, LADIES’ and CHILDRENS BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, and he wishes ail to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as Le can and will offer superior inducements to any house in the State. I860. 1874. Pioneer Laundry, NORTH OF VIRGINIA, JOS. F. & G- W. HALL, Proprietors. fllHlS OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIA ble Laundry is prepared t« 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 (' street. 6 JOS. F. A G. W. HALL. W. A. GROW, HOUSE. SIGN, .AND. CARRIAGE PAINTER SILVER CITY, NEVADA. ORDERS LEFT WITH C. V. HOISOT, AT the Drug Store, will receive prompt attention lUTTriccK reasonable, ami good work. W. A. GROW. 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, DAYTON, NEVADA. GRAND CLEARING OUT SALE! .AT. i BANNER BROTHERS For Thirty Days ! BARGAINS! BARCAINS FOR EVERYBODY, AT BANNER BROS. The Entire Stock of Men's and Boys’ Clothing, At Greatly Reduced Price**', at 15 A N N E It 15 It O T II E It S ! Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, _AT_ BANNER BROTHERS! Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, _AT_ BANNER BROS. BLANKETS AND QUIITS, For the Smallest Amount of Money, at Banner Brothers. In order to make room for a Large Stock of SPRING CLOTHING, We offer our entire stock for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS at PRICES SO LOW as to induce everybody to pur chase their CLOTHING at 15 A N N E R B R O T H E R S ! j Compare Prices and convince yourselves that ! CLOTHING IS SOLD CHEAPEST at BANNER BROTHERS! Corner (' and Taylor Street*, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. - THE - BANK OF CALIFORNIA AGENCY, At Virginia and Cold Hill, Nev. A. J. RALSTON, General Agent rniHiH agency receives deposits M. of Coin or Currency, either on open account or to issue certificates therefor, pay able (at the option of the holder) in Virginia or San Francisco. Exchange for Sale . uy. NEW YORK, LONDON. BOSTON. PARIS, SAN FRANCISCO, DUBLIN, SACRAMENTO, ETC. Collections made on all points. Bullion Purchased at the most favorable rates. Storks. Ponds and L« gal 'render Notes bought and sold. Ageucy for the sale of Quicksilver. A. J. RALSTON, Agent. J. P. MARTIN, ( usbier. BRONZE TURKEYS, Twelve Gobblers, from 8 to 20 months old, 22 to 40 lbs each, for sale now. Hens. 14 to is lbs. KMDEN GEESE, 40 b- 50 lbs. pe r pair at ma turity. Black CAYEGA ducks, GAMES, BRAHMAS, LEG HORNS. BOGDANS, BAN TAMS, etc. E •->. fresh, pure. true to name; well pack* -1 so as to natch alter arrival. For Illustrated Circular and Price- j List, address M. EYRE, Napa Cal. Ferrets, Rabbits, Pigeons. *T Please state j where you saw this advertisement. f«25-3m Golden Eagle Hotel! Piko Street—Dayton, Nev. J. H. JAQUA, Prop'r. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAN SIENT AND DAY BOARDERS. Splendid Bar connected with the House Barnum Restaurant! "lain Slrcel. Silver t'lty. OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TILL 1J MIDNIGHT. fB^IIFi Proprietor takes pleasure in calling U the attention of the citizens of Silver City to the fact that the above Restaurant will be oponed on MONDAY, Novembe r 9th. It will be first-class throughout. IS^" None but White Cooks will be employed. FRESH OYSTERS, CAME AND FISH ! Board by the Day, Week, or .Month, — Single Meals, 50 Cents. ALEX. WITTMANN. Dayton Drug Store! DR. J. C. HAZLETT, Dealer iu Drugs, Medicines, - Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles. EVE1IY ARTICLE IS IT RE ASI> FRESH. •yTrri'.is reasonable anil prices satisfactory. Pike Street, Dayton, Nev. ROBEDEE & BENNETT, Livery and Feed Stable! A RE prepared to furnish, at the shortest .im. notice, CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE, PICNICS, Ere. Together with the finest Single and Double Turnouts, as well as Saddle Horses, to be found ill the county, at liberal rates. For anything in out line, give us a call. • GROCERIES .AND. PROVISIONS LEBEL & FEUSIER, 124 SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA . DEALERS TV. Groceries and Provisions, ENGLISH GOODS, CANNED <fc DRIED FRUITS. WINES AND LIQUORS Of the Finest Brands. OUK SPECIALTY . POULTRY, FISH, and WILD GAME. Everything desirable in the shape of Fro visions. Fruits, Poultry, etc., delivered free of charge t > families iu Silver City, Gold Hill, or Virginia City. All Goods Warranted Fresh and us represented. At tin* Old SOUTH C STREET, . VIRGINIA CITY. CHARLES V. BOISOT, DRUGGIST and APOTHECARY, MAIN ST II K E T , SILVER CITY.NEVADA. Has always on hand a fell 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 GLASS He intends to make these articles a Specialty, ns they will all be removed to the building adjoining the Drug Store, and liia assortment will he of the most extensive character, and will be sold at prices to defy competition. Also. Agent Chicago Enamel Paint Works •^Orders for SIGN and HOUSE PAINTING, Glazing and Paper Hanging promptly attended to. Oysters at San rraueiseo Prices! OLIVER SEER, OT'LD respectfully announce to tho wT Citizens of Silv< r and tho Traveling Public, that he is now prepared to supply California and Eastern Transplanted OYSTERS! IN ALL STYLES, AT HIS STAND, In tho CHRYSQPOLIS ! t«AMi; ul all Itiit<!«, IimhIi FImIi, and everything the Market affords. **T M EALS A T A L L HOURS. Families supplied with Eastern and Cali fornia Oysters, at San Francisco Prices. PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY. NEVADA. H. HARRIS, [At New Orleans Mint, 1847 & 1848; San Fran eisco Mint, 1854.] Established in California in 1854, and in Ne vada in 18IJ0. Having had twenty years expeu it nee 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, abl.j as tlie nature of the work will admit. W. H. CLARKE. JAS. 8. SMITH JAS. S. SMITH & CO. STOCK BROKERS! No. 51 South C Street, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA BLY AND SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. Stocks Bought uud Carried on Margins. JAS. S. SMITH & CO. >an Kram-ist o Correspondents—Messrs. H. II. Noni.K A Co. ! THE IDENTICAL ! " Liebes Bros. A Co., 75 SOUTH t STREET, VIRGINIA CITY. (Opposite Wells, Farjo & Co.), lni|M>rierM ami Dealers In FINE HAVANA CIGARS. LEAF, CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO. SMOKERS’ ARTICLES, MEERSCHAUM riPF.8, ETC. PARENT HOUSE—410 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. CHAS. V. BOISOT Stock Broker, | SILVER CITY, - . NEVADA. Stocks Bought, Sold and Carried on Margins. BIS SOLUTION. j FB1HE Partnership heretofore existing be* ; ■ tween John Watson Allen ami Sullivan ; Waugh, of Silver City. Lyon County, Nevada, ! waa thia day dissolved by nmtuai e. nseut. J W ALLEN S. W. WAUGH. Wituefcs—G. Beckisgham.