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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
OFFICIAL PAPER OF LYON COUNTY. Till RSPAY.MARCH 18, 1875 AGENTS. 1.. »• F ISH KK, 20 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco. HOWARD HI 1,1., Agent and Carrier, Dayton and Sutro. OKOROK HOI.HI ICS, Carrier,.Stiver City. OoM Hill, and Virginia City, to whom l>aymcsi)t is to be made. \ TIC Kill III,K RKRIKK, WITH \ I.TSSOA TO FA X ATM S. In our last issue we expressed our regret that Chief Justice Mc Kean of Utah had deemed it due to the dignity of the Court to send Krigham Young to the Penitentiary for twenty-four hours, on the ground of an alleged contempt for the Court on the part of the Prophet. From our acquaintance with the history of the Mormon people, and from a personal knowledge of their habits of thought and speech, we could readily see what use they would make of a cry of "Per secution," and on that ground only we deplored the decision of Judge McKean. From a dispatch else where in our paper, it will l>e seen that President Grant and his ad visers took the same adverse view of the Judge’s proceedings, and, with severe haste, decided upon his removal from oftiee. IVe sincerely regret this phase of the controversy in Utah between the chief of the Federal represent atives and the Mormon hierarchy, for the humiliation of the Judge will doubtless be interpreted by the fanatical Mormons as a grand triumph for their Prophet and their cause; and fora time those who have co-operated together for the liberalization, of Utali from priestly tyranny, will feel more or less paralyzed by the removal from ofliee of the man who was the fore most among them in his hostility to the grinding oppression of the Priesthood. In the gloom of this humiliating defeat, there is, however, one con- j solution—that the promptitude with which the President has acted in the removal of Judge McKean, the sensible Mormons will see that however injudicious any servant of the Republic may be, the Govern ment itself is not designed to be oppressive, and the offender—what ever his talents, name and good intentions, will not be screened, when the general interests and well being of any portion of the country are endangered. lorn moment tnere wul be a jubilee throughout Utah on the overthrow of Judge McKean, and great sermons will be preached, and the attention of the ignorant mass pointed towards the sinking of Pharoah and his hosts in the lied Sea, as a standing warning to all who oppose Brigham Young hereafter; but the sober, reflecting, intelligent portion of the Mormons will put the better interpretation of this unfortunate McKean decision and removal in their right place, and take the lesson in its proper light. The very fact that Judge Mc Kean, in the very zenith of his glory, is cut down and removed, shows that the Government has a policy for the settlement of “ the Mormon Question,” that they will not permit to bo endangered by the most devoted of its servants; but when the time comes that the Government is satisfied that it should act, for the punishment of wrong in Utah, it will be done with the same firm hand that now cuts down the faithful, but too zealous servant. Judge McKean furnished the Monnoiis the ground work for the cry of “persecution,” upon which they would have for many years grown and fattened in the faith; but President Grant, in this re moval, dashes from their lips the intoxicating draught, and un sheaths before their vision the glittering sword of Justice, that is wielded for Mormon and Gentile alike. Suicide at Panamint.—A man named James A. -Karle commuted suicide by cutting his throat at Puna mint, March 4. Ho was an Amerr nan, aged about thirty-five years. TKLEOKArn.--It is thought the Western Union Telegraph Company will extend their lines to Panamint by May 1st. To be Hiino.—Yasquez is to bo hung to-morrow. THK CAKSOA «IJiT. We heai' various rumors regard ! mg this institution. Oue is that j half the force therein employed are to be discharged, the axe hav ing already fallen upon the necks of some ten employes. Another rumor is, that, the Mint will be closed entirely. We are in the dark us to these reports. Tt cannot bo that the big bonanza : is about giving out. and bullion I scarce thereby? It may bo, the rise in the price of gold is the cause, as the demand for Europe would prevent its coinage here. We heard in Virginia yesterday that §650,000 in gold passed lteno Tuesday morning on its way to New York; and Wednesday morn ing, §400,000 additional. We also learned that the Director of the Mint has been making large pur | chases of silver at ban Francisco j for the Philadelphia Mint, at such I prices as has prevented the Super intendent of our Carson Mint from obtaining any. Why is this? and has our Senators no influence in the premises with the power that be, or no interest in any of the mines to control their bullion pro duct, in such a manner as to keep our Mint employed ? These dis charges of skilled workmen is a serious matter ; for to ob tain them again when wanted may not be an easy affair. , Seriously, when we come to re flect upon this state of things, it seems very remarkable that, situat ed as we are, right in the heart of the great bullion-producing local ity, we should have no share in it, either in its treatment or coinage. We trust all our exchanges will stir up this matter until the proper remedy is applied, and our Mint kept running to its full capacity. Duty of Local Papers.—The Mendocino “ Democrat" says: It’s in bad taste for a country news paper to rake up every little dis reputable transaction that occurs in its locality, spread it out in the biggest and most degrading dimen sions, dish it up in its columns and send it out to the outside public as a specimen of the town charac teristics. The duty of a local paper is to build, up, .defend, and advance the interests, good name and prosperity of the place in which it has support and being, and not to decry it, and bring it into bad repute. And the paper that does its duty in this resp9ct should receive the countenance and support of the community as a true and mucli-to-be cherished friend, while the one of a contrary character should be met with its discountenance and repudiation. STATE m.VIXU SEWS. Washington and Creole. — We learn lrom Superintendent Tarpey that matters are beginning to look better in this mine. The shaft has now reached a depth of 1,130 feet or more, and appearances are more tlattering than ever before. l’ioche West.—The works of the Pioche West started up on the 1st, and operations about the mine are being pushed vigorously. There is considerable ore on the dump, and more is being taken out. Sinking and drifting continue.—Pioche Jour, nal. Prospect Mountain.—From S. J. Peebe we learn that considerable work is being dono on the western slope of this lofty range. tin the Manhattan claim, which was located in 1869, an incline has been opened from the bottom ol the main shaft, and a pipe vein about two feet in diameter has been exposed, the ore of which assays from $120 to $160. The Cloud ledge has been opened to a depth of 50 feet, and several tons of excellent smelting ore have been extracted, assaying about $80 in sil ver, with 50 per cent. lead. Work is still being prosecuted with advan tage on the Williams mine, the Star, and several others. If the owners could only get a fair price for their ore, so that they might be enabled to meet current expenses, several valuable mines would soon bo developed.—Eureka Sentinel. Bullion Statistics.—During tho past week tho yield'Iroin the live furnaces in operation and tho bul lion produced was da follows: , Product. Shipment. Richmond.140,(100 128,200 Eureka Con .178445 147,545 Total pound!.313,485 273,515 —Eureka Sentinel. Professional.—Col. J. C. Dow, ex-Assemblyman from Elko county, has opened an office for the practice of his profession at 102K South C street, Y’irginia City, where he will be glad to meet all his old friends, and as many new ones as are inclin ed to honor hiiiLwlth their business. An earthquake in Mexico burled a city, and caused the death of 70 persons. NEW TO-DAY. NEW BARBER 8MOPl Timas aYe dull, and Barbers are poor : So pray, flood friends, don’t pass my do* r. Step in and try . iny ra*«>r's keen ; For twenty five cents I'll shave yon flea®. Not only clean, but smooth and fine . You shall not wait, and lose your time. Mv soap and brush are on the stand : You shall he shaved now with a steady hand. ROBERT BROOKS. US' Oa*i* Saloon. ! Silver City. Mart h 1H. 1H7;V DELINQUENT SALE. ! UOl'TH DAYTON OOt.D AND SII.VKR ►9 -Mining company. — L. nation of Prin cipal Place of Business, Silver City. I.y»n Countv. Nevada. Location*of-Mortis, Devil's Gate Mining District, Lyon County, Nevada. NOTICE—There are delinquent upon the Pillowing described stoqk. »u account of as sessnient (No. 2) of£l per share, levied on the 1 1st dav of February, 187o. tlie several amounts Set opposite. tile‘names of the respective i shareholders, as follows! Names. No. Cevfi Shs. Amt. I Paul Gross.8... .500.. .$oO0 Paul Gross.9....5C0.kh) Iteurf Lu*.23... .500-500 j Chas Richards.%.31... .100... . 100 Chas Kichards.32. • -25.25 Chas Knqppel.38.25.25 i John C Gruber./...39.25.25 I Mariana Costa.41... .250... .250 I Mariana Costa.42.... 1 *5.... 126 Chas Kichards.62 - 250 250 A Drisacher.54-100... .100 A Brisacher.5'».... 100.... 100 A Brisacher.58 - 250 250 Julia Meier.60-10O-100 William Gray.61....250... .250 Thomas (tray.62.... 250.... 250 William Gray.63.... 100.... UK) William Gray.64-100-100 William Gray.65... .100... .100 'Thomas Gray.66-100.. .W0 Thomas Gray.67-100-100 William Gray.68.50.50 William Gray .69.50.50 Thomas Gray.70.50.50 Thomas Gray.71.50.50 Thomas Gray.72.20.20 Thomas Gray.73.20.20 Thomas Gray.74.10.10 Sltnon Stock*.75... .250... .250 Simon Stocks.76-250... .250 Simon Stocks.77-125.... 125 J W Johnston.79... .100-100 J W Johnston.80... .100... .100 J W Johnston.81....100....1(H) J W Johnston.82... .100... .100 J W Johnston.83.... 100.... 100 J W Johnston.84 .50.50 j J W Johnston.85.50.50 J W Johnston.87.25.25 Philip’ Geyer.-** ..112.12k 12 k Philip Geyer...113.50.50 Philip Geyer.a--.114.(»p.50 Philip Geyer...115.,. TOO.... 100 Philip Geyer.116... .100....100 Chas Richards.117.25.25 Chas Richards.113. ...25.25 Chas Richards.119.25.25 Chas Richards. .120.25.25 William Gray.123.50.50 William Gray.126.40.4o William Gray.127.... .25.25 Chas Richards.128.... 100.... 100 Chas Lankok.133.50.50 (’has Knoppel. 134.50.50 Chas Knoppel. 135.50.50 Chas Knoppel ..*...136.50.50 Thomas Rowe.137.... 100.... 100 Thomas Rowe .138.... 100.... 100 Thomas RoWe.139.50. .,..,.50 Thomas Rowe.140!.. .1(H)... TOO Thomas Rowe !l.141.... 100.... 100 Thomas Rowe.142.... 100.... 100 Thomas Rowe.143.... 100.... 1(H) Thomas Rowe.144... .100... .100 F M Huff.145. ...1(H).... 100 F M Huff.146....100.... 100 FM Huff.147.... 100 ...100 FM Huff.148....ion.... 100 J W Johnston.150.... 100.... 100 J W Johnston.151.... 100.. . 100 J W Job ngtonl„... ...152 ... KH).... 100 J W Johnston...153.. . .100;..TOO J W Johnston..*..:...154.,..100-100, J W Johnston.155.... 100-100 J W Johnston.. *;.*.... 156.50.50 J W Johnston.157.... 112.... 112 Chas Richards.160... .500... .5.N) Chas Richards,.161. .. .250-250 Chas Richards.162... .250.. .250 Chas Richards.163-155-155 J W Johnston.166-100-100 J W Johnston.167.... 100.... 100 J W Johnston.108... TOO... TOO j .1 W Johnston.169... TOO.... 1(H) , J W Johnston.170. ..TOO... TOO j J W Johnston.171-1(H):1.. Too 1 J W Johnston.172... TOO... .106 J W Johnston.173... TOO.... 100 l J w Johndton.174 —100. ..100 J W Johnston.175_100-100 t\ Jirisarin ..no. J \Y Johnston.177... .100... .100 J W Johnston.178... .100... .100 J W Johnston......... .179... .100... .100 J \Y Johnston.iso... .200... .2«>ii Chas Richards.. j.. .1*1... .100... .100 Chas Richards.182. . .100... .100 Chas Richards.183.. .100.... 100 Chas Richards.184... .KX)..100 Chas Richards.185.. .‘.TOO... .loo Chas Richards.... .186-250 - 250 Chas Richards.188... .150... .ISO Chas Richards.189-15§... .150 Chas Richards.190_200_200 C A Knoppel.204.1. "dfto_500 Oscar Steel.205.50.50 Chas Knoppel. .206... .150... .150 W McLaughlin.207.5o.50 \Y Mi 1 .aughlin.208.50.50 J \V Johnston.210... .100... .100 J \V Johnston.211... .100... .100 J W Johnston.212.50.50 f Chas Richards.. .314... .1004 .not. ] Chas Richards.. .215.50 1 .is-. \ Chas Richards.216-200 f sued I Chas Richards.-..217. ...50 j ..400 E F ltean.218. .170 >4 . *.170 H (J \V Johnston_not_219.501 . I I W Johnston .. .issued... 220.20 | .. 100 Philip Geyer.224 ... 5000...5000 Paul Gross.225... 1000... 1000 Paul Gross.22G... 1000... 1000 Philip Geyer.227.. .1000. ..1000 Philip Geyer.228... 1000... 1000 J W Johnston.229.... 175.... 175 J W Johnston.230_150-150 J W Johnston.231.50.50 J W Johnston...23*4.,.. 125.... 125 Paul Gross.233-B'0-100 Paul Gross.234_100_100 Paul Gross.235... .100... .100 Paul Gross.237... .100,. '.. 109 C V Boisot. Trustee.2^8...’. 100.... W0 J W J ohnstou .239.50.50 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the first day of February, 1875, go many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, at Jhe office of the Company’at Philip Geyer's Saloon1, Silver City, on SATURDAY, the TENTH da* of April, 1875, at two o'clock P. M. of said day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. T. S. DAVENPORT. Secretary. Office—Post Office, Silver City, Nevada. >. • NOTICE. TO AUGUSTUS TENDER. TANQUOT, VINCENT, and JOHN VIONOT, greet ing: I hereby demand of you the several amounts set opposite your names, as follows: you, Augustus Tender, $450 00; of you, Tanquot, $300 00; of yon. Vincent. $289 00; aiu) of you, John Vignot, $300 00, in United States gold coin, due by you as your propor tion of the expensea incurred in and for the development of that certain mine and quartz lode, known as the Boulerand claim, located October ffth, 1859, situated at the head of Spriug Valley, west of the Carson road, Lyon county, State of Nevada, and I hereby give you notice that unless said amount of mouey charged to. and expended by me, severally for yon, be paid into my bands, at my office. Room No. 10, Odd Fellows’ Building, in the City of Virginia, by you, at or before the ex piration of ninety (90) days from date hereof, your interest in said Boulerand mine will be taken possession of by me, co-owner of said Boulerand claim, and your rights and inter ests in said mine or quarts claim forfeited, according to law lu inch cases, made and P,0VldFj' HERMANN J. T. SCHKET,. Virginia City, storay County, Nevada, July IStli, 1874. ltonhfrn I Insitkk^—The Now \ork Ijifo In | surance Company, one of the oldest leading purely mutual Companies, j have opened ofliee iu Maryo Build i Ing, Rooms 1 and 2, Virginia City, , Nevada. Married men only perform , a sacred duty to their families by in j suring, and single men can make a I more certain provision for an indo ; pendent old age, by an Endowment 1 Policy, than in any oilier way. e Why is It?—Why is it that eve J rybodv goes to the Metropolitan boot 1 and shoe store. No 108 South C street? 1 It is because they can get boots and | shoes cheaper and better than in any ; store in tlio State. C. A. Noltcrneier knows how to please his customers.* NEW TO-DAY. - _:-~ JAMES C. DOW, Attorney at Law Office, No. 102 1-2 South C Street, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. SHERIFF'S SALE. By VIRTUE or A DECREE AND Order of Sale, issued out of the Dis trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lyon. Duly attested on the 10th day of March, A. D. 1875. upou a decree for the foreclosure of certain mortgages, premises hereinafter described, upon a judgment re. covered in said District Court,* «i> tlac -loth day of March, A. D. 1875. in favor of P. W. Batch, Plaintiff, and against Harrison French and Greeley French, Defendants, to satisfy a certain decree of foreclosure in this action, for the sum of One Thousand Three Hundred and Seven ($1,307 00) Dollars, principal, and for costs amounting to the sum of One Hun dred and Fourteen ($114.75) Dollars aiul Seventy-five Cents, at the date of said judg ment, and accruing costs amounting to the sum of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, with interest on One Thousand [$1,<KX)J Dollars, at the rate of Three per cent, per mouth from the 16th day of March, A. J>. W75, until paid, and costs that may accrue. I have, this 17th day of March, A. D. 1875, levied upon and will expose for sale, at pub lic auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, in front of the Court House doors, in the Town of Dayton, Lyon Couutv, State of Nevada, On SATURDAY, the 10th day of April, A. D. 1875, Between the hours qf.,'J o'clock A. M. and 5 o’clock P. M., namely, nt l2'o1c!d£k M. of said day. to satisfy sai l judgment and decree: All the tight, title, claim and ^interest of the said defendants above named, in and to the property described in said order of sale to wit: One undivided one-half interest in that parcel of Land described in a deed made November 2t)th, A. D. 1871, by E. Dunbar. D. L. Hastings. C. D. McDuffie, parties of the first part, to J. W. Wliitcher, party of the second part, said deed having been ‘recorded November 24th, 1871, in Book " G” of Lyon County Records, pages 424. 425 and 426; also one undivided one-half interest in that parcel of land described in a deed made Novemt**r 20th, 1871, by Felix Le front*, party of the tiist part, to J. W. Wliitcher, party of the second part, said deed being recorded in Book “ G” Lyon County Records, pages 426 and 427; also an undivided one-half interest in that parcel of land described in a deed made November 20tli, J871. by Louis Nonico, An tonio Moestrellef and Angelo Moestrelle, par ties of the first part, tw.J, W. White lies, party of Mre second part, sanl dehd being recorded in Bt»ok “G” Lyon County • Records, pages 422, 42o and 424. with oue.hajl interest in r» s rvoir and tailings thereon, together with all the appurtenances thereumo belonging or in an£ maimer appertaining. R. A- COOKE, Sheriff t Of Lyon County, Nevada. Dated March 17th. A. D. 1x75. td WHITE HOUSE Clothing Stove! COHN Sc ISAACS, No. lfi SOUTH C STREET 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 I To appreciate the truth 'of this statement, oi)f should call on COHN & ISAACS, White House Cjlothing Store ’ NO. K S^I TljC C STREET. 1 VIRGINIA CITY. ”7 F O U N D ! A MEMORANDUM BOOK, containing two Photograph*, a number of letter*, amt two CERTIFICATES OF STOCK lu the ! GOODMAN COLD A SILVER MINING COMPANY. Th« said Book was found in the Drews Circle of Piper’s Opera House and can be had on application to this office, proving and * describing property, and paying ror this ad I. vertisemeut. P.BARNES’ LIVERY, FEED AND SALE 8TABLE, MAIN STREET. DAYTON Horses Boarded and Groomed V Careful Attendant*. S^The beat Single and Double Turnouts to be found in the Stef constantly on hand. SILVER CITY BREWERY. MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars! FRESH. COOL LAGER BEER-BREWED FROM PCRE MOFXTAIN WATE PHILLIP GEYER. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY PURELY MUTUAL. CA8H ASSETS. .#27,000,000 ANNUAL INCOME.#8,000,000 ORGANIZED IN 1845. MORRIS FRANKLIN .President WM. H. BEERS Vice-President and Actuary ___ •* 'j TOOK THIRTY YEARS THIS COMPANY HA& BJifcN. MANAGED BY TRVSTEES, Elected by the Policy Holders, and all Profits go to the Policy holders.* They originated the XOX-FOHFKITl*KK Tlan of Inauraure, and offer every desir able form of Policies c«>nsi»tiuit with safety and a rational method of doing business. OFFICE- Marye’s Building, Booms 1 and 2, Virginia City, Nevada W. B. CRANE, Ceneral Agent for the Pacific Coast. SOMETHING DESPERATE WILL TAKE PLACE IN l VIRGINIA CITY, • - • • ' <• i t AT OE NEAE m v r j No. 90 South C Street. SAY, 16TH DAY OF THE MONTH OR THEREABOUTS.,' I NOTICE. T^OTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKBN. il The undersigned hereby give notice that they hold Leina on all the right, title and in terest that J EBP ME DAVIDOVICH fllay have in and tit that certain lease, made by Lucas Fonticellit to the said Jerome Davidovich. The same being a portion of the property now uuder attachment by Louis Ooldatone and others. We further give notice that we shall prosecute and foreclose said leius except the same be satisfied. Any one purchasing the above described property will do it at their own risk, WEllB k MI LLARD, B. H, CAKK1CK k CO. 8ilvcr City. March 15, 1875. 2w ! THE IDENTICAL! Llsbos Bros. A Co., 7» SOUTH C STRICT, VIRGINIA CITY, (Oppnaite Well., Fargo k Co'.J, Impart*!* and Drain* In ] ^ riNE HAVANA CIOARS, LEAF, CHEWING AND . , SMOKING TOBACCO. aaricLia, auaciimi rirnij tfrl. PARENT HOUSE—110 Racram.uto 84rt«t. San FrancJ^co. BANK EXCHANGE! Main Street, Oold Hill. ^LWAYS ON RAND, A FULL STOCK WINKS, LIQUORS A OIOAR8. *r Bor free lunch, t* READING AND CLUB ROOMS. 1 JOHN anti CHARLEY alwayn on ileot. DOCTOR THOMAS, CONSULTING PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I from KhitImikI), «»« arrived in Virginia City, and located at the Comer of UNION A SOUTH C STREET, (f p-Stair#) nearly opposite the Inter nath'Dal Hotel. OFFICE HOURS, FOR PRIVATE CONSULTATION, from 9 A. 'SI. to 5 I', SI. aii.l 6 to 8 P. M. DR. THOMAS Graduated at the royal college of Surgeon*, Bngliud; the Royal Col lege of Physicians, London; and Liebeg'* University of Gressau, Germany, in the years 1K59 and 1HA4, receiving his Diploma as Member of the Royal College of Snrgeona, England; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physician*. London; and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Gressau. These diplo mas may be seen in the Doctor’s office. • - * DOCTOR THOMAS’ treatment of Special DWEASMS of the GENERATIVE _ ORGANS has been without parallel. It is baaed purely upon pathological ‘principles, is perfectly nafe, speeijy and permanent in its effect*, never for a single hour preventing the patient from following hi* daily occupation, but on the contrary imparting tone to the nervous mid muscular systems with astoundiug rapidity. > I To the Young, Middle Aged and Elderly Men, Who suffer from Seminal Weakness. Nervous Debility, Debilitating Dreams, Lowness of Spirits, Lassitude, Desire to Avoid Society, Giddiness, Dimness of KTgliT, Syphilitic, Con tagious or Skin Diseases, Affections of the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kulnevs, anil I'rethra: See Dr. Thomas]at Once! He will thoroughly investigate your disease, and will (guarantee s speedy and lasting cure iu every ease he undertakes. a- ■ ■■■ ■ • TO THE LADIES. DOCTOR5 THOMAS would merely elite that he pays the utmost attention to Diseases incidental to Females. In 1864 he received a Special Diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons, England, signed by Dra. Robert Lee and Arthur Fsnre, Physicians to their Royal Highnesses the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Edinburgh, attesting to his pro ficiency anil thorough knowledge of Diseases of Women. This Diploma can also be seen iu his office. EXAMINATION AND ADVICE. . $2.50 TESTIMONIALS from the Medical Profession will shortly be published. jslO L ... BEER BROS. « Ho. 102 South C Street, VIRGINIA...NEVADA Wholesale ami Retail Dealers in GROCERIES .AND__ PROVISIONS I. ^ A Co*«® Y^z-t**** \wlSE8ToMCoO«''trtli' 1 \».»*!B*“8'