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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Harry J. Norton, : : Associate Editor. SUNDAY,. APRII. 11, 1875. “Frank—’Frisco—Friday,” is the last, alliterative, dispatch received from the senior. # The Odd Fellows of Virginia City give a grand ball on the evening of April 20th. The Consolidated Virginia mine paid $30,000 to its employes for the month of March. _*_ The gambling licenses thus far ta ken out by Silver sports, amount to $1,200 per quarter. _ An exchange says, “ A timid boy clings to his ma, but a shipwrecked sailor clings to his spar.” A vein of coal of great promise lias been discovered to the eastward of the Lower Sink of the Carson. The Gold Hill treasury has one thousand two hundred and nineteen dollars and ninety-nine cents to sport on. The Eastern mails have been very irregular of late, and for the past few days we have had none at all. The trouble is not known here. The Rev. M. T. Catlin will con duct religious services at the School-house, in Silver City, this (Sunday) evening, at 7:30 o’clock. “ Muggins Taylor,” a well-known report, froze both his feet so badly while out hunting in Montana lately, that amputation was necessary. The number of cases brought be fore Judge Gould for the month ending, April 4th, was thirty-six, sixteen of which came un der the head of criminal. The Jury having failed to agree in the trial of John Skewers, for the murder of Alfred Rule, the prisoner was admitted to bail, and the case will go over to the next term. The new 20-cent pieces are now being made at the San Francisco Mint. No 25-ceut pieces will hereafter be issued. This will eventually “work an injury” to saloon keepers, as they can’t very well take 15 cents out of a quarter and call it a bit. Tiie Carson Tribune says one of the men employed in fixing the Capital ground, whilst at work yesterday, turned up with his spado a twenty dollar piece ; and now, we sup pose, every other man in town will want to work on the job, The Carson Appeal pays a high compliment to Warden Hyman and Capt. Hndgkiuscu, of the State Prison, and says the discipline of the prison is excellent. Forty men are employed in the new prison shoe shop, and a superior class of work turned out. The Brunswick mill affair amounts to just a question of veracity between Supt. Hardy and the men discharged. More words will not mend the matter, or permanently settle in all minds the question of blame. The funeral obsequies of Super intendent T. F. Smith, of the Justice mine, took place at 2 i*. m. yesterday, from St. Mary’s church, Virginia. The funeral cortege was large and imposing. Deceased leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss. Maybe its all right to bo plucky, and put up the last dollar or soak your jew elry to call a full baud at poker, but when we see a man yank off his coat, such weatln r as this, to call anything less than ** you lie !” wo begin to think ho has too much confidence in the climate. Mr. S. K. Thornton, of the Consol idated Tobacco Company of California, was in town yesterday with samples. We can fully recommend their goods to our people, and Mr. Thornton as a responsible, pleasant gentleman to order from. The house is 207 Front Street, San Francisco. “Old man Hill” of the Avalanche has sent two young ladies of Silver City, Idaho, the rounds of the press, just for sleep ing with a couple of jugs of hot water aud kicking the corks out. Now those young ladies talk of going for him with a black snake, and then his pantaloons will be on the line to dry. Unless you feel a “true inward ness,” and that your manifold sins are all cancelled in the big book above, are at peace with your mother-in-law ami the inconsider able balance of mankind, and are perfectly ready to leave this vale of tears, don’t attempt to pour kerosene in the stove to hasten a fire. Tho Rev. Mr. Catlin thinks of ta king up a permanent residence here. He is a carpenter by trade, aud is said to be an elo quent speaker. His coming augurs good to the community, and if he succeeds in smooth ing the now ragged edges of our moral edifice by plane and wholesome truths, his mission will be not-wholly In vain. One of those disagreeable domestic matinees, which always devclope much curi osity, and the fact that the course of true love is sometimes turbulent, occurred ou Main street Friday afternoon. The parties were a man and wife. We do not care to mention names or give particulars, as such a scene is sufficiently embarrassing to a man who, if we judge by his business tact aud industry, is a first-rate citizen. Reported Rich Strike. — We have been shown by Mr. Cromer a sample of fine looking ore from a recent discovery made near the Buckeye mine. Smith & Co., the owners, have a shaft in to the depth of fifteen feet, aud at this depth have struck a rich body of ore. The vein measures six feet three inches, and three assays have so far been made. At a depth of five feet the rock assayed $50 per ton, at six and a half feet, $72, and in the bottom of the shaft, $254, the vein increas ing in width and value at every foot of devel opment. The sample shown us is very fine, and is of ^ nature that would be easily re duced. 8hould the vein hold out in width and richness, on thorough development, it will prove a bonanza for the fortunate discov erers. Mining Stock Report. Morning Board. Saturday, April 10, 1875. 1445 Ophir. 100, 98, 100 b30, 99, 97, 97 X, 9854, 395 Mexican, 27X, 27, 27** b30 250 Gould k Curry, 18 Vi 530 Beat & Belcher, 52, 52 X, 52 X, 52 X. 52*4 70 Savage, 129, 130 160 Ghollar-Potosi, 66 35 Hale k Norcross, 45, 44, 44 X 740 Crown Point, 39, 38X, 38X. 39X b3, 38, 39 X 120 Yellow Jacket, 85, 86X, 86X, 86 570 Imperial, 8X, 8*«, 8X 10 Empire Mill, 6X 340 Kentuck, 16 X. 16*4 1:30 Alpha, 22X, 23 320 Belcher, 37, 37 X. 37 X 140 Confidence, 22, 22X 110 Con. Virginia, 450, 447X. 448 155 Sierra Nevada, 12 1335 California. 63, 62*4. 32s*, 63 b3, 62X 440 Bullion, 45, 50, 60X 55 Exchequer, 300, 306 b30 X275 Union Con, 8X 83«, 8X 34)0 Raymond & Ely, 48, 49 b30, 48 X. 49 X, 49 X 480 Overman, 61 X, 61. 62. 62X. 63 500 Meadow Valley, 7X. 77« 120 Lady Bryan, 5X, 5 X. 5 X, 6 60 Buckeye, 50c 110 Succor, IX. IX b5 335 Eureka Con, 26, 25 “Natchez Under the Hide.”— While making our usual round for items on Friday morning, chance led our footsteps to trace the winding path that leads down under the hill and across the classic ravine vulgarly called Gold Canyon ; and while thus abstract edly meandering we thought—thought how happy might be this cold, unforgiving world were it not for the ragged edges that beset every avenue to earthly bliss—if the grim shadow of the gaunt wolf would cease its prowlings at the door of the poor, and if there were no news papers, no cholera morbus, no spelling schools and no Beecher trial. It was in this state of moody musing that we stumbled upon the prostrate, apparently lifeless body of an Indi an, lying face-downward in the dirt. We like a live Indian. We positively love a dead one. What wonder then that we bent over the fallen hero of the plains to ascertain the correct measure of our joy? “Noble son of an ignoble race, art dead? or peacefully slumbering in thy native sands?" said we, as the toe of our No. 11 brogan pryed his nose out of the gravel. “Art gone across the river of shadows to the happy hunting grounds of thy fathers skeedaddled before, or art snoozing the snooze of Bacchus under the blue vault and bright sunshine of this calm April day?" continued we, fondling his ribs with our boot. But there came no sympathetic response from the prostrate war rior, and we thought our joy complete. Ten derly, affectionately, we gathered a oO-pound bowlder from the hill-side, placed it ou the small of his back to mark the spot where the great man had succombed to the cares of an improvident life, and was about to inscribe an apj)ropriate epitaph to his sad taking oil, when the inanimate aborigine gave a grunt. The monument erected upon his spinal column weighed heavily ou his diaphragm. He was not dead but sleeping, oh so sweetly sleeping the happy hours away—superinduced by a clear conscience and the essence of corn. How beautifully appropriate the thought ! Indian, Indian corn, corn whiskey, Indian corned!— and in what harmony one follows the other! In the fulluess of our heart we stepped back for another bowlder to embelish the observatory we had builded ou the back of his stomach, when tired nature's sweet restorer loosed her soothing chains—the gentle savage rolled over, opened the c losed eyes, and gave a warwlioop that trundled off up the canyon like the rever berations of an auctioneer's last c all—g< ing, going-gone! Ere its last e choes were lost ou the divide, a dusky maiden of sixty sum mers appeared on the scene, and in rhythmic snatches she thus spake to Natchez—f« r It was old Natchez, squaw chief of the Piutes ; “Proud scion of a nobl“ race, Why licst thou here in foul disgrace? My gentle Natchy. y >u’ll take a cold— Le t's toddl»‘! I ar n't agoing to scold! Com ‘, hubby! Now here’s Beecher's 1< tter— Do come home; don't you think you’d better/ ’Tis thy wife who speaks, in gentle tone— You ilarnation fool!—let's both go home!” The brow of the noble Natchez clouded, and thus spake ho: ••(lit out, old gal !—why dost thou bicker? I’m (hie) ‘little full,’—jus’on my licker. You (hie) go ’omc and ten ter biz. My right ter spree taint right to (hie) quiz. Say! what’s er news in the Beeelier case?" With this old Natch turned on his face, and Mrs. Natch feelingly resumed ; “Ha! dost thou then know of Civil Right, And liberty take to thus get tight? I blush for thee thou proud nomad— You’re clothes are wet—you look so bad/ For married bliss thou’rt quite unlit! Dust hear, old man?—yet up and git!” Natchez was with the drowsy god again. He wouldn’t budge. The wife of his bosom went through his pockets, garnered two ten cent pieces, and sorrowfully went away. So did we. He had stolen the whisky from a miner’s cabin, got drunk, and thus has recorded an other bright page in life’s gloomy history. Afflicted.—We regret to learn that the wife of lion. Jolm Piper, of Virginia lias been recently bereft of reason, and has been removed to the Asylum ut Woodbridge for treatment. It is said her insanity is her editary, her mother being now an inmate of that institution. Few things, not even death itself, could afflict such a great grief upon a kind and indulgent husband. To see a be loved wife laid in the oold and cheerless grave is as nothing compared to the realiza tion that her reason has forever fled, and all that made her companionship dear has for- ' ever departed. Mr. 1‘iper has the sympathy of our entire people. William Kelley, the man who bit oft’ George Jeffrey'. linger at Diviile the other (lay, was, ou Friday, acquitted by the Grand Jury. Small-Pox.—Wo are informed on good authority that this dread dis ease made its appearance in Dayton a day or two ago, and lias eaused not a little alarm among the inhab itants of that place. So far only one case is reported. The victim is an immigrant lately arrived from the East, and who, up to the time of his breaking out, was seeking labor throughout the neighborhood. The young man lias been properly cared for and isolated from tiie rest of the oommunity. We cannot say how much cause there is for alarm as to the spreading of the disease, but it would be well to take every pre caution possible. Our informant, County Assessor Nash, says there is no doubt that the case is genuine. The net proceeds of the recent lecture of Hon. C. E. DeLong, given at Piper’s Opera House for the bene fit of tho Pacific Coast Pioneers, will foot up about $125. Streets.—Alpha, 23, 21; Belcher, 36%; Best A Belcher, 53, 52%; Con. Virginia, 44t»; Crown Point, 39, 88% ; Imperial, 9; Mexican, 27; Ophir, 101,100; Overman, 63 62; Raymond A Ely, 49; Nevada, 12%; Jacket, 87%; Woodville, 2%. Gold closed in New York at 115%. More Machinery.—Day before yesterday the Dayton Mining Com pany received two car-loads of machinery, consisting of two boilers, smokestack and other hoisting ap paratus. I he machinery was un loaded at the Silver City switch. Dropped Dead.—Mary, the little daughter of Mr. Mat Truren, pump man at the Silver Hill, droppod dead at about 12 o’clock of Thursday night. She had been ill for some time, and had just been dressed and started to walk across the room, when the death-stroke came. It is supposed to have been caused by rheumatism of the heart. The child was about nine years of ago. The funeral took place at 2 o'clock yes terday afternoon, and was largely attended. Silver City Lodge, No. 2,1. 0. O. F. advertise in to-day’s issue a grand ball, to be given at Armory Hall, April 25. Tbe most complete arrangements are under way for a good time, and of course everybody will go. We shall refer to the mat ter again in a future issue. Thf. Silver City Are Company will hold its adjourned meeting at the Engino House to-morrow evening. Let there bo a full attendance. Rev. TL S. Eastman will hold de vine service in this city to-day at 11 o’clock a. M. All are invited. NEW TO-DAY. I. O. O. F. ANNIVERSARY BALL! BENEFIT OX** Silver City Lodge, No. 2, I. O. O. F. AT ARMORY HALL, SILVER CITY, NEW. Mon Jay Evening, April 26tli, 1S75. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. W. W. Sirlott, C. 1). McDuffie, M. B. Augustine, D. Sewell. INVITATION COMMITTEE. Silver City—H. Raudall, L. Parker, W. H. Kelly, S. J. Blair. B. II. Leavitt, A. Goodfel low,’ A. Horn, Tbeo. Vincent.-Dayton—I I). Sims, Z. T. Gilniu, J. C. Gruber, O. E. Nash, W. H. Hill. II. Kennedy.-Carson—J. 1). Minor, Geo. 'Putty, I). Kitzmeyer.-Gold Hill— Manuel Stern, A. A. Putman, Thomas Harkins, J. D. Loyuahau.-Virginia City It. S. Higgins, J. Plielan, Chas. Williamson, Frank Drake. RECEPTION COMMITTKE. H. JI. Chaffin. C. L. Gilpin, lT. Huott, L. D. Noyes, R. Dickson, A. VanEssc. Floor Director—Thomas P. Mack. FLOOR MANAGERS. I. . L. Crockett, P. T. Kirby, J. Donevan, P. Sullivan. MUSIC, BY - - - PltOF. J. W. VARNEY. Tickets, S3.00. Application for Patent. NOTICE NO. 269. U. S. SURVEY NO. 9S. UK. LAND OFFICE, ('ARSON CITY, • Nevada, April Nth. 187.’). — Notice is hereby given that the QUINN MINING COM PANY, by its President, F. i\ Osbistou, whose Pu’st-oftice is at Virginia City, storey County, Nevada, has made application for United States Patent for six hundred ((MX)) linear feet of a certain vein or lode of quart/ or other rock in place bearing gold, silver, copper, and other metals, commonly called and known as the Quinn Lode and the Quinn Mining Company’s Claim, Devil’s Gate Mining District, Lyon County, Nevada, ex tending from Post No. 1 (the place of begin ning) six hundred (GOO) teet in a northerly direction along the line of said lode or vein, and embracing the same, with all dips, spurs, angles and variations, with surface ground four hundred (100) feet in width, and de scribed on the plat and field notes on file in mv office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Post No. 1, situated about 500 feet east of the Virginia and Carson Toll Hoad, ami 750 feet southerly from Quinn’s bouse, whence the smoke-stack of Williams’ mill bears N. 12 4» deg. E., flagstaff near old Dauey works bears S. 4V» 'i deg. E., and the !4 section lot on the < ast line of See. 20, T. 1(> N. K. 21 E., bears N. 27 degrees E. 11.1*2 feet, and running from said Post„No. 1 (1st course) N. 82 deg. E. - 00 feet to Post No. 2; thence (2d course) N. 8 deg. W. to Post No. 3; thence (3d course) S. 82 deg. \V. 370 feet t » Post No. 4; thence (1th course) along the east boundary of Columbia South Extension Company’s survey S. 30'. deg. W. 48 feet to Post No. 5; thence (5th course) S. 8 deg. E. 5G2 feet to Post No. 0; tlieuee (0th course) N. 82 deg. E. ltX) feet to Post No. 1, the point of beginning, containing 5 40-100 acres. Courses and bearings express ed from the True Meridian, magnetic varia tion 10'$ deg. East. The improvements and labor consist of u Shaft and Tunnel exceeding f500 in value. Survey made to accord with record of loca tion. The location of this claim is recorded in Book “ I,” page 310, of the Mining Uncords of Devil’s Gate Mining District, kept at the office of the Miuing Recorder of Devil’s Gate Mining District, in the town of Silver City, Lyon County, State of Nevada. This claim is bounded on the north-west corner by the “ Columbia South Extension" Company’s mining claim (U. S. Survey No. 57); on the north, south and east by unknown claimants. ADOLPHUS WAITZ, Register. -1 Dissolution Notice. T^XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Co-partnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned in the Livery and Stage business, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Clias. C. ltobedee retiring from the firm. All bills due to or from the old firm will be settled by Alfred Bennets. CHAS. C. KOBEDEE, ALFRED BENNETS. Silver City, April 5, 1875. Co-Partnership Notice. T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned have this day formed a Co-partnership, to exist under the firm name of Bennets Bros., for carrying on the Livery and Stage business, in Silver City. Nevada. JOHN BENNETS. ALFRED BENNETS. Silver City, Nev., April 8, 1875. GRAND CLEARING OUT SALE! .AT. BANNER BROTHERS For Thirty Day9 ! BARGAINS! BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY, AT BANNER BROS. The Entire Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, At Greatly Reduced Prices, at BANNER BROTHERS! Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, ....AT.... BANNER BROTHERS! Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, _AT.... BANNER BROS. BLANKETS AND QUILTS, For the Smallest Amount of Money, nt 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 BANNER BROTHERS! Compart* Prices anil convince yourselves that CLOTHING IS SOLD CHEAPEST at BANNER BROTHERS! C'ornor V and Taylor Street*, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. Oyster* at San Franel*eo I*riees! OLIVERTsEER, WOULD respectfully announce to the Citizens of Silver and the Traveling Public, that he is now prepared to supply California and Eastern Transplanted OYSTERS ! IN ALL STYLES, AT HIS STAND, Xu the CHilYSOPOLIS ! 44 A III! (>r nil Kill,!*. Fresh Fish, nn<l everything the Market affords, rr MEALS AT ALL HOURS. "-©H FamilieK supplied with Eastern and Cali foruia Oysters, at San Fraueiseo Prices. 1830. 1874. Pioneer Laundry, NORTH OF VIRGINIA, JOS. F. & G- VV. HaLL, Proprietors. rgVIISOLD ESTABLISHED AND RF.LIA B. bit: Laundry is prepared t - turn out any quanitty of lien-■vat**il 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, 12‘2 South C street, fi JOS. F. at G. \V. HALL. DR. A B. SPINNEY, The Celebrated Specialist, Well-known as founder of the Montreal (C. E .) Medical Institute and late Proprietor of the SPINNEY VILLE INFIRMARY, would most respectfully inform his patients and the afflicted generally that ho still continues to treat chronic aud private disease with un paralleled success. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Remember, that procrastination is the thief of time, so COME AND BE HEALED ! It matters not wluit your troubles may be, come and let the Doctor examine your ea . \ It will cost you nothing for consultation, s please call and satisfy yourselves whether tin Doctor understands your case. If he can cure you he will tell you so ; if not, he will tell you that, 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 huudred dollars for every case of seminal weakness or private disease of any kind or character which he undertakes and fails to cure. He would therefore, say to the unfoi tu nato sufferer who may read this notice, that you are treading upon dangerous ground when you longer delay iu seeking the proper remedy for your complaint. You may ue in the first stage remember you are approaching the last. If you are bordering upon the last, aud are suffering some or all of its evil effects, re member that if you obstinately persist in pro crastination, the time must come when the most skillful physician can render you no assistance; when the door of hope will be closed against you; when no angel of mercy can bring von relief. In no case has the Doctor failed of success. Then let not despair work itself upon your imagination, but avail yourself of the beneficial results of his treatment before your case is beyond the reach of medical skill, or before grim death hurries you to a premature grave. MIDDLE-AGED MEN!. There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of the system in a manner the patient can not account for; on examining the urinary deposits a ropy sedimeut will often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or the color w ill be of a thin and milkiah hue. again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There are many men « ho die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weak ness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-unriuary organs. N. B.—Only an Interview required in a majority of cases; balance of treatment can be conducted at home without interruption of business. All letters, or communications, strictly confidential. „ „ Office Hours—10 to 1,2 to 4, and 7 to 8. Sun days, from 2 to 4 only. Consultation, Free. Thorough examination and advice. S5.00. Office, No. 188 SOUTH C STREET, Vir ginia City, where he will be pleased to consult with all who may be suffering, from Chronic or Special Diseases. _ STAR MARKET, LOWER MAIN STREET, Silver City, Nev. CHOICE Beef, Mutton. Pork, Teal. 1mmb and all kinds of Sausages. Meats de livered to customers in any part of the dis trict. MARK STROUSE. HENRY GOETZ. WHITE HOUSE Clothing Store! COHN & ISAACS, No. 16 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! To appreciate the truth of this statement, one should call on COHN & ISAACS, White House Clothing Store NO. 16 SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA CITY. - THE - BANK OF CALIFORNIA AGENCY, At Virginia and Cold Hill, Nev. A. J. RALSTON, General Agent T10IS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOSITS 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 NEW YORK, LONDON, BOSTON, PARIS, SAN FRANCISCO. DUBLIN. SACRAMENTO, ETC. Collections made on all points. Bullion Purchased at the most favorable rates. Stocks, Bonds and Legal Tender Notes bought and sold. Agency for the sale of Quicksilver. A. J. RALSTON, Agent. J. P. MARTIN, Cashier. BEER BROS. No. 102 South C Street, VIRGINIA.NEVADA Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES .AND. PROVISIONS Tea and Coffee A SPECIALTY. Customers 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 Sales and Small Profits.” 8jr give us a call, MEYER &STEGMAN Wholesale aud Retail Dealers iu Groceries, Provisions, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, Mill Goods, Dry Goods, Crockery, Liquors, ETfc., ETC., ETC. Corner of Main and Pike Streets, DAYTON, NEVADA. W. A. GROW, HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE PAINTER SILVER CITY, NEVADA. ORDERS LEFT WITH C. V. ROISOT. AT the Drug Store, will receive prompt attention ifc^Prices reasonable, and good work. W. A. GROW. Walter, Rosenthal & Co. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE t SILVER CITY, NEVADA. Golden Eagle Hotel! Pike Street—Day toil. Nev. J. H. JAQUA, Prop’r. i BEST ACCOMMODATION'S FOR TRAN SIENT AND DAY BOARDERS. Splendid Bar connected with the House CHAS. V. BOISOT Stock Broker, SILVER CITY, - - NEVADA. Stocks Bought, Sold and Carried on Margins. DOCTOR THOMAS, CONSULTING PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, (From England), Has arrived in Virginia City, and located at the Corner of UNION <&. SOUTH C STREET (Up-Stairs) nearly opposite the Inter national Hotel. OFFICE HOURS, FOR PRIVATE CONSULTATION, from & A M. to 5 P. M. and G to 8 P. M. DR. THOMAS Graduated at the royal college of Surgeons, England; the Royal Col lege of Physicians, London; and Liebeg’s University of Grtssau, Germany, in the years 1851) and 18f>4, receiving his Diploma as Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, 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 DISEASES of the GENERATIVE ORGANS ban been without parallel. It is baaed purely upon pathological principles, is perfectly safe, speedy and permanent in its effects, never for a single hour preventing the patient from following his daily occupation, but on the contrary imparting tone to the nervous and muscular systems with astounding rapidity. 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 Sight, Syphilitic, Con tagious or Skin Diseases, Affections of the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, and Urethra. Seo Dr. Thomas at Once! He will thoroughly investigate your disease, and will guarantee a speedy and lasting euro in every case he undertakes. TO THE LADIES. DOCTOR THOMAS would merely state that he pays the utmost attention to Diseases incidental to Females. In l8t>4 he received a Special Diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons. England, signed by Drs. Robert Lee and Arthur Farre, Physicians to their Royal Highnesses the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Edinburgh, attesting to his pro ficiency and thorough knowledge of Diseases of Women. This Diploma can also he seen in his office. EXAMINATION AND ADVICE, - $2.50 TESTIMONIALS from the Medical Profession will shortly be published. jail) CHARLES V. BOISOT, DRUGGIST and APOTHECARY, MAIN S T R E E T, SILVER CITY.NEVADA. Has always 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 CLASS He intends to make these articles a Specialty, as they will all be removed to the building adjoining the Drug Store, and his assortment will be of the most extensive charset* r. and will be sold at prices to defy competition. Also, Agent Chicago Enamel Paint Works I » 'Orders for SIGN and HOUSE PAINTING, Glazing and Paper Hanging promptly attended to. PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY. NEVADA. H. HARRIS * [At New Orleans Mint, 1847 & 1S4S; San I rau ciseo Mint, 1K54.] Established in California in 1834, and in Ne vada in 18(50. Having had twenty years exper ience in Assaying on the Pacific Coast, the umiersigued can guarantee correct as s:iys on Silver, and Gold Bullion, as also on Ores on one ounce basis. 'Charges ns reason, able as the nature of the work will admit. W. H. CLARKE. JAS. S. S.M1T JAS. $. SMITH & CO. STOCK BROKERS! No. 51 South C Street, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA Bl Y AND SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. Stocks Bought ami Carried on Margins. JAS. S. SMITH & CO. San Francisco Correspondents—Messrs. H. H. Noble & Co. M. FRETT, Private Boarding & Lodging MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEV. ! WMTILL COXTIM E TO SPREAD AS ▼ ▼ good a table an can hr found in the , State. Room a art* supplied with "fine Spring i Mattrasses. The pubho are invited to give me a call.