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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
•FACIAL PAPER OF LYON COUNTY. STOCKS. It is not the first time by some hundreds that the stock market has been dull and stagnant, nor will it be the last probably by some thou sands; bat it most undoubtedly is tho. first time that it has labored undbr the present peculiar charac ter of difficulty. We still keep "waiting for the wagon,” and ask ing each other "when will the Bank open, and when will the Boards open ?” Of course at such a time there are plenty of your very knowing ones, " who could answer if they would,” etc. They know alhabout it; and if they do tell you it is in the strictest con fidence. Apropos of such men we have been astonis ied at the large number of them we have encoun tered since Black Thursday, who knew weeks before that festive period just what was going to oc cur, bnt didn't like to mention it then for fear they might create a panic. Ask them now what is go ing to be the condition of affairs for the balance of the year and they will probablv give you an opinion that will leave that cele brated marine philosopher Captain Jack Bunsby completely in the shade. One thing our observation and experience has convinced us of, and that is, that to tell with any degree of certainty what course the market will pursue would be the solution of the greatest prob lem of modern times, in California at all events. It has often happen ed, when all seemed prosperous, and the financial horizon was ap parently cloudless, that something or another totally unexpected would arise, and presto the whole scene change, and everything would look black and desolate. Buoh in Tact has been our experi ence, commencing about a month ago, and yet we have had the mar1 ket look much worse frequently than it does at present, but it has always hitherto been followed by a reaction; the silver lining has at last shown itself on the dark cloud, and so it will again. The pros pects of the mines themselves never were better, if so good as now. The amount of bullion pro duced, present and prospective, was never so great, and there is no doubt, but for the unfortunate sus Sension that has deranged matters own here, we should have had a splendid market this Fall. How ever, let us hope it is merely de uvea. The exhibit of Consolidated Vir ginia alone, which we present everv few weeks, ought to inspire confidence of a high order. Since the opening of 1875 this mine has operated with the following re sults: Product. Dividend. Jurasrp.tl.001,400.$314,000 February.1,200,000.324,100 March.1,705,800.1,080,000 April.1,502,000.1,080,000 Map.1,521,800.1,080.01)0 June.1,602,600.1,080,000 July.1,604,000.1.080,000 August.1,652,300.1,080,000 Totals.$11,626,600 $7,128,000 The mine began to pay dividends in May, 1874, at the rate of $3 per •hare, which were increased to $10 per share last March. Thus far sev enteen dividends have been paid, amounting to $10,800,000. The market developed a stiffening tendency yesterday with advances In California, Justice and Julia. Late sales were made on the street at these figures: Ophir, $48 50 to $48 25; MexlcaD, $18 12% to $18 50; Gould & Curry, $16 75; Best dr Belcher, $39; Belcher, 18; Union Consolidated, $8 25. The sales in the California Board yesterday aggregated 15,270 shares. The Bedington Quicksilver Min ing Company have declared the wsual monthly dividend of $30 per •hare, payable on the 30tb. The latest bullion shipments e'm braaa thefollowiog, Northern Belle • ban, valued at $7,150; Arizona, $1,500; Ophir, 18 bars, valued at $46, It) 49; Indian Queen, $4,849 11 The Board of Directors of the Great Bsslern Quicksilver Mining Com pany met at Healdsburg and declar •dadividend of three cents a share, aggregating $1,800, payable imme diately. . This is the result ot six weeks’ run with five retorts—after reserving $888 for expenses, etc. As the - Company receives from the lessees only one-fourth of the pro duct of the mine, the entire net val ue of quicksilver produced in that time must have been at the late low prices, about $11,000.—Stock Report, Nnwa applies to intelligence re ceived from all parts of. tbe world, the very word itself points to its meaning—-N, the north; E, the cat; W, the west, and 8, the south. This expressive word also recommends the practice of the following virtues: Nobleness in our thoughts, equity in our dealings, wisdom in oar coun cils, and sobriety in our employ ments. SraaiAL Train.—We have before ua a time table of the apeoial train that will be run by tbe Virginia and Trnokee Railroad during tbe Fair Tbe train will leave Virginia at 7 o'clock A. x. arriving at Reno 10:15. On the return it will leave Rene at 4:45 r. x., and stop at the Fair Ground Crossing st 5 o’clock, so that the people at the Ground can step on to tbe train without the trouble of coming to Reno. This train will arrive In Virginia at 7:45 r. x. This will add much to the convenience of people along that railroad. lbs Oourtrr-Jounal cams oat •gainst tbe pnll-beck, which ex plains whst follows: “De gnstlbus Hon est dlsputandum” waa written on a card and a pretty girl sent it. All we have to say is, “Wuarabus what you pleaaeabue dressed a la plnhoekadtight a tanduin if you want to,” we don’t ears. Jo» Priktino.—When you wan J >b work remember that wa are the very ones to do It. For superior work our prices are low. No other alpae wanted. CHANGE OP TIME! V. A T. R. R. ON AND AFTER MONDAY. FEB RUARY Mb, 1875, THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS FOR REMO, Connecting with Eastern and Western bonn Paaaenger Trains of the C. P. R. R., WILL LEAVE Virginia City Station.at 8.00 P. M. Gold Hill.at 8.12 P. M. Carson City.at #.45 P. M. Arriving at Reno.at 11.20 A. M. WILL LEAVE Reno.at 3 00 A. M. Carson City.at 4.45 A. M. Gold Hill.at 6.05 A. M. Arriving at Virginia City-at 6.15 A. M. Local Passenger Trains virginiaEcity FOR CARSON CITY At 7.45 A. M. ind 13 M„ and 3.45 P. M. LEAVE CARSON CITY FOR VIRGINIA CITY At 8 A. M., 13 M. and 4 P. M. FREIGHT AND ACCOSKIODATION TRAINS Leave Virginia City for Reno at 7.45 A. M and 3.45 P. M.: will leave Reno for Virginia Citj at 7.30 A. M., 12.45 P. M. and 5.00 P. M. FREIGHT TRAIJT8 Leave Virginia City DAILY at 5.35 A. M., 7.45 A. M., 9.10 A. M.. 12 M., 1.30 P. M., 3.45 P. M. and 5.30 P. M., and 7.15 P. M. Leave Caraon City DAILY at 6 A. M., 8. A. M.f 9.35 A. M., 12 M., 1.45 P. M., 4 P. M., 5.30 P. M .and 7.30 P. M. At Virginia City, Gold Hill and Carson offices. Through Tickets can be obtained to Plan Francisco, Ogden, and intermediate points on the C. P. R. R. Through Tickets can be procured at the Company's office, Virginia and Carson, for all the principal Eastern Cities. II. X. YERIItiTOY, General Superintendent. Assessment Notices. Glasgow gold and silver mining j Company.—Location of Principal place ; of Business. San Francisco, California. Lo cation of Works, Devil's Gate Mining Dis trict, Lyon County, Nevada.—Notice is here- : by given, that at a meeting of the Board of j Directors, held on the 20th day’of September, 1375, an assessment (No. 1) of ten cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately, in United 8tates gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 22d day of October, 1875, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and uuless payment is made before, will be sold on FRIDAY, the 12th day of November, 1875. to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. W. R. TOWNSEND. Secretary. Office—Room 4, Academy Building, 330 Pine Street, San Francisco, Cal._ Amazon consolidated mining Company.—Location of Principal place of Business, San Francisco, California. Lo cation of Works, Devil’s Gate Mining Dis trict, Lyon County, Nevada.—Notice is here by given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 20th day of September. 1875, an assessment (No. 1) of ten cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immed ately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 22d day of October, 1875, will be delinquent, and advertised for aale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on FRIDAY, the 12th day of November, 1875, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costs of ad* vertising and expenses of sale. W, R. TOWNSEND. Secretary. 1 Office — Room 4, Academy Building, 330 Pine Street, San Francisco, California. COSMOPOLITAN MINING COMPANY.— Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Devil’s Gate District. Storey county, Nevada.—Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 11th day of August, 1875, an assessment (No. 2) of Twenty-five cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corpora tion, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of Company, Room 7, 507 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain upaid on the 15th day of September, 1875, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the 4tli day of October, 1875. to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. M. LANDERS, Secretary. Office—507 Montgomery Street, Room No. 7, San Francisco, California. POSTPONEMENT. THE DAY FOR DECLARING THE above assessment delinquent has 1m en postponed till October 10th, 1875, and the day of sale to October 25th, 1875. sl6td M. LANDERS, Secretary. North carson silver mining Company.—Location of principal place of Business, Han Franeisco, California; loca tion of Works. Eagle Valley, Ormsby County, Nevada.—Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Tenth day of September, 1875, an assess ment (No. 2) of Ten cents per share was levied upon the capital stoek of the corpora tion, payable immediately in United States gold coin to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, 419 California street, Han Fran cisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Fourteenth day of October, 1875, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on FRIDAY, the Fifth day of November, 1875, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. W. A. M. VAN BOKKELEN, Secretary. Office, 419 California Street, Room 24, San Franciaco, California. sepl3-td Dayton gold and silver mining Company.—Location of principal place of business San Francisco, California. Lo cation of Works, Devil’s Gste District. Lyon County, Nevada.—Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 15th day of September, 1875, so assessment (No. 4) of One Dollar ($1) per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable immediately In United 8tates gold coiu, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room 19, Hay ward's Building, No. 419 California Street, San Francisco. California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 19th day of October, 1876, will be de linquent, and advertised for sale at public anction; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the 8th day of No. veinlier, 1875, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. BY order of the Board of Directors. W. E. DEAN. Secretary. Office—Room 19, Hayward’s Building, No. 419 California 8treet, San Francisco, Cal. BUCKEYE GOLD k SILVER MINING Company*—Location of Principal Place of Business, San Francisco, California. Location of Works, Devil's Gate District, Lyon County, Nevada.—Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 13th day of September, 1875, an assess ment (No. 15) of twenty-live cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room 90. No. 331 ; Montgomery atreet, San Frauciaco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment •ball remain unpaid on SaTUBDay. the Six teenth dey of October, 1875, will be de linquent, and advertised for aale at public auction, and unless payment la made before, will be sold on FRIDAY, the Fifth day of November. 1875, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with costa of advertising and expenses of Bale. By order of the Board of Director*. C. A. SANlCEY, Secretary. Office—Room 90, No. 331 Montgomery Street, flan Francisco, California. Removed—Take Notice. S COHEN HAS REMOVED TO MRS. • MeKenlte'*, oppo*1t« Philip Qever’* Brewer*, whim he will be found ,t ,11 faeur*. All order* left *t Mr*. Mr.K»a»le'» wtll b* rraufUr Slwfl to. ». COME. Hotel Accommodation I Livery Acccommodation Stage Accommodation MESSRS. JOHN & ALFRED BENNETTS TAKE pleasure In announcing to the traveling and resident public that their new and commodious hotel, the SILVER HOUSE! SILVER CITY, : : NEVADA Is now thoroughly and completely furnished, and ready for guests by the day. week or month. The table will be supplied at all times with the very best the market affords, and the Rooms are large, well ventilated, and desirable. They maintain it as a thor oughly first-class Hotel, in nil of its appoint ments. and confidently solicit the patronage of the public. In connection with the Silver House, they have a large and well-stocked LIVERY STABLE! And are prepared to furnish Horses. Car riages and Saddle Animals, at a moment’s notice. Special and Splendid Rigs furnished for Picnics, Parties, etc. Horses Boarded and the best of care given them, at moderate rates. Hay aud Grain on hand at all times. Horses bought and sold. All the conven iences of a first-class Stable. They also run the Silver City Stage: Connecting promptly with the Morning and Evening Trains, and the Gold Hill and Vir ginia Omnibus Lines. Owing to the good roads and plenty of good stock on hand, they have concluded to REDUCE THE FARE From and to Gold Hill to 25 CENTS EACH WAY! Clean and Comfortable Stages, good Teams and careful drivers. The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited. JOHN BENNETTS, AND ALFRED BENNETTS. Silver City, Nev., May 10, 1875. HEXRY FOX, - Nan Francisco J. NTKITTZ, • - Nacrnmcnto FOX & STRTJTZ Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Fine French Brandies, Wines and Liquors, NO. 41 J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STS., SACRAMENTO. Sole Agents for Ferd. Young's Celebrated Whiskies. EMILE BUCKOW, - Traveling Agent. [Established, 1*31.] DAYTON SALOON, ..... BY. H. FICHER, OPPOSITE BACON MILL, SILVER CITY, NEV. ESTRAY NOTICE. CAME to my Ranch, last July, one l*av horse, six years of age; branded “ F ” on left hip; large spavin on left hind leg. Owner is requested to call, pay charges, ami take the animal away. HUGH CARLING. Big Bend of Carson River. Walter, Rosenthal & Co. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE SILVER CITY, NEVADA. Warm Springs Hotel J. D. KERSEY, Proprietor This popular place of resort, *1 Minted at the State Prison, one and a half miles from Oarson City, Offera the best accommodations as a Place of Resort to be found iu the State. The Hotel is First class; the Bar stocked with the best Liquors; and the SWIMMING BATHS of Pure, Running Warn. Water. *3T Concord Coaches run every hour from the Principal Hotels of Carson tnrect to the Springs. Give us a call. SIERRA NEVADA HOUSE Lower Main Street, SILVER CITY.NEVADA. JAMES HARRIS, - • PROP’R BOARD and LODGING By the Day, Week or Month, on reasonable Terms. Vine Wlnen, Liquor* c*» Olcara At tbe Bar. CARSON BREWERY W AGER BF.EB Delivered to all parts of U A Lyon and Ormsby Counties. Address WAGONER & KLEIN, CARBON CITY.NEVADA w. *. Monos, H. u. a. r. chapis, m. d. Drs. BRONSON & CHAPIN, OFFICE: No. 24 South C Street, VIRGINIA CITY.....NEVADA fCT Da. Crapin’* Residence, B Street, real Colt’s Drug Store, sec ml door South I of James G. Fair’s. DOCTOR THOMAS, Consulting Physician and Surgeon, ( FROM ENGLAND, I Corner of t'nlon anil C Slree (First Floor), nearly opposite In*ern»tlonal Hotel. OFFIclT HOURS, FOB PBIVATE CONSULTATION, from A. M. to 5 P. M. an,l fi to 8 P. M. DR. THOMAS C'l RADUATED AT THE ROYAL COL LEGE of Surgeons. England; th Royal Col leg*; of Physicians, London; and Liebeg’s University of Gressau, Germany, In j the years 1859 and 18454 receiving his Dip loma as Member of the Royal College of j Surgeons, England, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London, and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Gressien. These Diplomas may be seen in the Doctor’s office. i DOCTOR THOMAS’ treatment of Special DISEASES of the GENERATIVE ORGAN, has been without parallel. It is based pnrel upon pathological principles, is perfectly safe, speedy and permanent in its effects, never for a single hour preventing .he patient from following his daily occupation, but on the contrary imparting to the nervous and muscular systems with astounding rapidity. TO YOUNG, MIDDLE-AGED AND ELDERLY MEN, Who suffer from Nervous Debility, Debil tating Dreams, Lowness of Spirits, Lassitude, Desire to avoid 8ociety, Giddiness, Dimness of Sight, Syphilitic, Contagious or Skin Dis eases, Affections of the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kidneys and Urethra, See Doctor Thomas at Once! He will thoroughly investigate your disease, and will guarantee a speedy and lasting cure in every case he undertakes. TO THE LADIES. DOCTOB THOMAS would merely state that he pays the utmost attention to Diseases incidental to Females. In 18G4 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 proficiency and thorough knowledge of dis eases of women. This Diploma can also be seen in his office. Examination and Advice, • 82.50 DR. THOMAS receives invalid male pa tients ouly into his private medical establish ment, where every atteution is paid to their comfort by the Doctor and experienced nurses. jy4-lm W. A. GROW, HOUSE, SIGN, .ANT>. CARRIAGE PAINTER SILVER CITY, NEVADA. ORDERS LEFT WITH C. V. BOISOT AT the Drug Store, will receive prompt attention *3TPricesreasonable, and good work. V A. GROW TAILORING ! The undersigned having com menced business in Silver City, art prepared to execute all orders lu their line. Clothing Made to Order, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Cleaning and Repairing neatly done. TERMS REASONABLE. HOWARD & CO. BRONZE TURKEYS, Twelve Gobblers, from 8 t* 20 mouths old, 22 to 40 If-* & each, for sale now. Hens. 1 3 to 18 It*. EM DEN GEESE 40 to fto lbs per pair at no I turity. Black CAYl’GA duck* GAMES, BUAIIMAS. LEG feHORNS. HOI DANS. BAN '‘TAMS, etc. Eucs. fresh, pur true tt> name; well packed so ns to natcn run t arrival. For Illuctrated Circular aud Price List. address M. EYRE, Nr-pa Cal. Ferrets. Rabbits. Pigeons. Please st> t where you saw thin advertisement. fe25-:in SILVER CITY BREWERY MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars! FRESH. TOOL LAOER BEER—BREWED FROM PURE MOUNTAIN WATE PHILLIP GEYER. REMOVAL NOTICE ! SAN FRANCISCO BOILER WORKS HAVE REMOVED TO Morthw^t I'orner Main and Har rison Street*, Nan Frandwco. F. I. CURRY.PROPRIETOR High and Low Pressure BOILERS of all descriptions; Hole Manufacturer of the cele brated SPIRAL BOILER; Sheet-Iron Work of every description done at the shortest notice. All kinds of Jobbing and Repairing promptly attended to. LEWIS HUNTINGTON, PROPRIETOR OF IjIVERY stable AT TAHOE CITY, CAL. Mb. HcmnroTOB run- • StaRe Dolly be tween Tahoe City i,ml Trochee, anil between Tahoe ottv auil McKinney's Landinu, I.ahe Inline. W Horae* and Carriage* to Let; alao Saddle Hornee for Ladiee and Uentleine. BREED Sc CROSBY, DEALERS IN Lime, Plaster, Cement, TT A ITT, Oto. Office, North C Street, opposite Post-office, Virginia, Net. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, MAIN STREET, : DAYTON Horae* Boarded and Groomed V Careful Attendants. gyThc bent i-.ii, ,ile and Double Turnout* to be found in the Stat? constantly om hand. UNITED STATE8 & FOREIGN SALAMANDER 0 5 M H Hi pq PH Pacific Branch: Factory and lUain ffleo. Berry Street, between Fourth and Fifth, San Francisco, California. Ft ACTS for Engineers and Proprietors of Steam Machinery: The Salamander Felting is I composed of ASBESTOS and other fire-proof and non-condor ting materials, and is the \ best coating for Steam Boilers, Pipes, etc., yet discovered. It has the highest endorsements for durability, lightness, elasticity, ease of application and all desirable qualities. It has been adopted by the several departments of Government of the United States, and is in general use in the Atlantic State s. It effects a saving of from 25 to 30 per cent, in fuel, lasts as long ss the iron on which it is applied, and is reasonable in cost. Note—This Felting savis twelve per cent, more fuel than hair felting. REFERENCES.—Eastern—U. S. Navv Department; U. 8. Treasury Department: U. S. Capitol: U. S. Light House Engineers, Bessemer Steel Works. Troy, New York; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company; American Steamship Company, etc. Pacino Coast. -Palace Hotel Han Francisco; Kimball Manufaeturlng Company. Han Francisco; Phelps Manufac turing Company, San Francisco; U. S. Mint. San Francisco; Pioneer Flour Mills, Sacramen to ; Overman Hoisting Works. Gold Hill: and a host of others, as may be seen by sending for circulars, «ST8end Dimensions and Orders to SEWARD COLE, Manager, r*. O. BOX 807. Room 14, Williams & Btxler House. Vlrglnlo City, »v. LIVERY STABLE, Carson Street, Opposite Wells, Fargo & Co’s. Express, CARSON CITY. f |1 H E UNDERSIGNED HAVING UN JL equalled facilities for carrying on his business, is now better prepared than any livery stable proprietor in Nevada outside of Virginia City, to accommodate the public with Buggy and Carriage Equipments, FINE SPANS, STYLISH TI'RN-OOTB (all new). Bl’PERIOR SADDLE H O It S E 8 , And everything that a ftrst-elass Livery Sta ble is supposed to be provided with. PICNICS, BALLS. POLITICAL GATHER ING, FUNERALS. ETC., ETC. Supplied with vehicles and steady teams on the shortest notice. Access to my stable can be had at all hours of the day and night. TERMS REASONABLE. A share of the patronage of the place is so llcited. J. M. BENTON. Proprietor, ~D.K.. A. B. SPINNEyT] I he Celebrated fipec.a..$t. Well-known aa founder of the Montreal (C. | E j Medical Insti .me and la'e • iopriwio.* of 1 the SPINNEY VH.LE l.sFlKMALt. womd > most respectfully inform hut panents and the , alrt.cted gen rally that lie s :l continues to treat chronic and pnva<wo wuh uu paralleled succesa. y.ATHy.S AND GENTLEMEN. f Remember, that procrastination is the ihief of tilltC, HO COME AND BE HEALED ! i It matters not what your i •*>.» . ni.-.y *<•-, ( come and let the Doctor exatuuie your e«. It will post yon nothing for consul t.st.ou, please call and satin y yourselves v In. tin r t. Doctor understands jour case, lih ianc- j you he will tell you so ; if not, he will U 11 y< that, for he will not undertake a case unless lie is confident of effecting a cure. ; XOUIUl Wi.lt X Who may 1><) suffering from Ui* rfTicfs of youthful follies or indiscretion, v. .ii do w\U to avail themselves of this, the greutt «*t li -oti ever laid at the altar of sutler.ng humanity. Dll. Ki'INNKY will guuranUe to furf* :t live hundred dollars for every case of seminal weakness or private disease of any k.nd or character which he undt-rtakcH and fails to cure. Ho would therefore, say to thc uulortu nate suffer* r who may read this notice, that you are treading upon dangerous ground when you longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your complaiut. You may l>e in the first stage—remeiulier you are approaching the last. If you are bordering upon the last, and are suffering some or all of its evil effects, re member that if you obstinately i*erxist in pro crastination, the time must come when the most skillful physician can render you no assistance; when the door of hone will l.e closed against yon: when no angel of mercy can bring you 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 Indore 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 nun 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 sediment will ofteu tie found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin and milkish hue. again changing to a (lark and torpid appearance There are many men w 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 sueh cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-unrinary organs. N. B.-Only an Interview required in a majority of cases; balance of treatment cau lie conducted at home without interruption of business. Ail letters, or communications, strictly confidential. , _ _ i 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. *5.00. Office, No. 1S8 SOUTH C STREET, Vir ginia City, where he will be pleased to consult with all who may l»e suffering, from Chronic or Special Disease^ VIRGINIA LIVERY STABLE, S. Z. DICKSON, Proprietor, COR. D AND UNION STREETS, Virginia City. Nevada. FAST HORSES AND FINE CARRIAGES. CHARGES REASONABLE. A. Fenehai-ben. H. Braitehcbweiiien A. FENKHAU8EN A CO. WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS, XIOlfcftiMl 80.1 Front Nlreft, SAN FRANCISCO.CALIFORNIA. All orders promptly attended to, and the patrouage of the Trade solicited. Virginia and Silver City BUS TERMINUS. Fine wines and liquors. ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER, CUTLERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, ETC. Opposite PeUlumi Mill, Lower Gold Hil JOHN CRONIN. Attorney at Law, _AMD.... DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY SILVER CITY, NEVADA. Offlff at the JiiNtteen' tJourt. ICE! ICE! DFaLIVKRED DAILY to residents of Silver City and vicinity at the lowest cash rateM by Mark Strouseand Henry Coetz, STAB MARKET. SILVER COT. a NOTICE. fl^O JAMES H. THOMAS. WM. W. 8IR JL lott, Alexander Warfield. Win. 1). Brown, G. M. Greene, R. E. Greene, Sol. Lewis, S. D. Corderay, F. A. White, Annie E. Irwin, I. M. Anderson: You are hereby notified, that we, the un dersigned, co-owners with yon of that cer tain Mining Claim on the Mount Hope Ledge, otherwise called the Dios Setmr, or Senores Ledge or Lode, consisting of eight hundred linear feet thereon, situated at Spring Valley, so-called. In Devil's Gate Miuiug District, in Lyon County, State of Nevada, have, during and for the year 1H74, performed the amount and value of labor and made the improve ments ^ quirt'd by tlie Act of Congress, en titled “An Act to promote the development of the mining resources of the United States." approved May 10, 1872. upon and for the whole of said Mining Claim: And you are further notified, that if you should fail or refuse to contribute withiu the time pre scribed by said Act, your several parts or proportions of raid amount ami value of said labor ami improvements, each of your interests in said Mining Claim will become the property of the undersigned. JAMES MORGAN, M. KIRKPATRICK. Silver City, June 23. 1873. Alhambra Saloon West Side of Main Street, SILVER CITY, : : : NEVADA JOHN C. LECONEY, Agent for A. A. SMITH, PBOPHIETOK. Importers and Dealers in choice old Whiskies Whiskies Whiskies U/hieLIoe Whiskies Whiskies wwIIIqIIICw* Whiskies Whiskies Whiskies W'ines Wines j Mines \A/*nnr Wines Wines fwillCo, Wines Wines Wines Brandies Bran lies i Brandies Ri*o|irl:OC Brandies Brandies (illu.tsa, Brandies Brandies Brandies | Cigars Cigars , SIS Havana Cigars, Cigars Cigar* H AVING MOVED INTO THEIR NEW AND commodious building, have fitted up an ELEGANT CLUB RCOSZ ! THE CARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK, Corner of Carson nml pioctor Street*, In Kinckel's Block, CARSON CITY.NEVADA. TmCKTK.E* —George Tufly. RIohar 1 Kiri .ho, Jnroli Klein, N. I>. Chamlierlln. W. W. Hobart. Wm. Mrli,tosh. George Gillh->n. John G. Fox. F. I*, etadtmuller. Finance Committee—N. D. Chamberlin, John G. Fox, George Gillrsou. THIS BANK, now open for business. will rereive saving* dept dt* in sum* a* low a* ONE DOLLAR, and issue I'***-BtH k* for the same; will issue Time and Call Certificate* of Deposit, and receive Commerrli 1 D» podt* on open account, subject to clu ck or draft on demand; will pay Interest o Time Cer tiorate* and Having* Deposits; Buy an * Sell Exchange, Currency ami Bullion; make col lections, loan money, aud discount ooiuwer dal paper. W. W HOBART. President. GEO. B. HILL. Casht' r. TAHOE HOT SPRINGS! Fr«* Stapes for Tourists from Triickee to Lake Tahoe I JOE BOWERS.DRIVER Steamers Touch Twice a Dny each way at the Hot Springs Hotel for Point* around the Lake. The Hotel 1* newly fur*i*hed and reno vated, and it* fare the very beet that can be had in the market*. Term* reasonable. _ C. A. RICHARDSON ADDRESS AND CONFESSION of J. ¥. GOOD, who cured him self. and printed for young men and others suffering from Ner vous Debility, Loss of Mauhoml. Impotem y, etc., the effects of Indiscretion and Self abuse; furnishing his SELF (THE, and sent free on reviving stamp or post-paid directed envelope. Address. JONATHAN F. GOOD, ly Lock-box 1924, Han Francisco, Cal. Capital Billiard Saloon FIK8T-CLA88 BIT HOUSE. Main Street, Next door to Vesey House, Cold Hill. TWO ELEGANT BILLIARD TABLES. CLUB ROOMS FOR QUESTS. Give me a call. T. E. FINCH, Prop. In connection the Beat Eating Aland in the State. DELINQUENT SALE. IL V K It CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED Mining Company.—Location of Principal place of business. San Francisco, California; liocation of Works, Devil's Gate District, Lyon County, State of Nevada.- Notice — There are delinquent up> n the following de scribed stock, ou account of assessment (No. 2) levied on the 3d duy of August. 1H7S. the several amounts set opposite the nair.es of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. of No. of Names. Certificate. Shares. Amt. Lucicn Hermann, Trustee. .14-100.. .flO 00 Lucicn Hermann. Trustee.. 1ft-100-10 00 Ludeu Hermann, Trustee..16... .100—10 no Lucicn Hermann, Trustee.. 17 — 10e-10 no Lucicn Hermann. Trustee . 18-100_10 On Lucicn Hermann. Trustee.. 19-lOo_30 00 Llicitii Hermann. Trustee..20-100_10 oo Lucicn H- nun mi, Trustee..?!-100_10 Ou Lucicn Hermann, Trustee. .22... lou... .10 00 Lucicn Hermann. Trustee. .23... .100_10 00 Lncien Hermann. Trustee..24_loo_10 oo Lucicn Hermann. Trustee. .2fl... .100... .10 00 | LiBuieu Ueruiauu, Trustee. M ... 100 10 00 Lucien Hermann, Trustee. .27... v, T~ Lucien Hermann. Trustee. .28. ...'26.J2®w Lucien Hermann, Trustee. .29. •»«.f Carrie Arundel.58. m.? Carrie Arondel.09) 10.J Carrie Arondel.60.m.} 00 Carrie Arondel.61* ln.* W* Carrie Arondel.6‘i!!” 10.1 ®® Carrie Arondel.! *.!!*. If.. °0 Carrie Arondel.64.!! lo”** ; °® Carrie Arondel..*65. ’ 10.7 Carrie Arundel.66... 10.: ®® Carrie Arondel.67.! .! .10.1 Carrie Arondel.68.!.! 10., Carrie Arondel.69.” ”20. Carrie Arondel.70. .. . .20.o 00 Carrie Arondel. .73.... 20.« ® Carrie Arondel.74..... 20., Carrie Arondel.75.!!!.20., Carrie Arondel.76.....20! i Carrie Aroiulel.78...,.20. Carrie Arondel.79...! .20!! "i 5? Carrie Arondel .83.2o! «, Carrie Arondel.H6_.20” 0 * Carrie Arondel.03.50! f Carrie Arondel. . .y«j.fio!!'”*!S Carrie Arondel.07.59] ® J®' Carrie Arondel.100... .5o!!.‘"JJ? Carrie Aroiulel. 105.fy Carrie Arondel.106.59.. Elizabeth Cglow.107.20*. " ?! Elizabeth Cglow.108.20..*"JJl Elizabeth Cglow.109... .20.. "oi?. Elizabeth Cglow.110.20. Elizabeth Cglow.Ill.20..!**} 2, Elizabeth Cglow.112.20.. * 0 Uf, Eliza bet h Cglow.113.20.. .”«i Jf. Elizabeth Cglow.114.20.! Elizabeth Cglow.115.20..! ltL Elizabeth Cglow.*. 116.ao...\”jjL Elizabeth Cglow.117.50.!” 5E, Elizabeth Cglow.118.60.” a )*, Elizabeth Cglow.119.SO..!”* «> Elizabeth Cglow.120.50... 5 Elizabeth Cglow.121.50...! I on. Elizabeth Cglow.122.50... 6<*,, ' Elizabeth Cglow.123.50.! . ”5 (*• Elizabeth Cglow.124.50... 5 A 1) Wheeler.125.50. a IT!. woo*** « rrmuorn, irua tees.195 ...mho... 600 oo James Huffy.190_100....jo or. Jamea Duffy.197-100... .10 Jamea Duffy.198. ...100...jio 00 Jamea Duffy.199_100....10 oy Jamea Iluffy.200-loo_lo m Janie* Duffy.201_KM-..100U Jamea Duffy.202_100... lo 00 Jamea Duffy.208_100.. lo 00 Jamea Duff).201 .. 100.. in i* Jamea Duffy..205... .100... 10 OO James Duffy.201!....«)0... Boon Jamea Duffy.207... .000... BO in Jamea Iluffy.208....BOO. 50 00 Jamea Duffy.209... .500. 50 00 JameaDuffy.210....500. sow Jauiea puffy.211... .600... .60 00 JameaDuffy.212... .600... 60 00 James Duffy.218....600.. oo 00 Jamea Duffy.214... .no. 50 00 1 JameaDuffy.215....800... SO 110 James Duffy.216...1000...100 00 James Duffy.217... 1000... 100 00' Janies Duffy.218.. .11100.. .11X1 00 (Dome Atkiuai.u, Trustee.219_lliu_10 00 George Atkiiinoii, Trustee.221... .wo_io 00 Richard Gaines. 22f.70.....7 00 Kit-hard Gaines.227... 100...!io 00 Hicliard Gaines.228_ion_io oo Richard Gaines.229_100... 10 00 Richard Gaines.230_loo_lo 00 Richard Gaines.Wl_100_10 00 Richard Gaines.232. . .100_lo 00 Richard Gaines... .233_100....10 io Richard Gaines.234_100_10 00 Richard Gaines.235_100_10 00 Hit hard Gaines.230_loo_10 00 R1-. hard Gaines.237.SO.8 oo Richard Gaines.238.SO.6 oo Richard Gaines.239.SO.8 00 Richard Gaines.240.50.5(0 Richard Gaines.241... .50.9 (0 Richard Gainr*.242.£0.S (9 Richard Gaines.243.SO.8 (A Rl< hard Gaines.244.50.9 in Richard Gaine*.245.50.| go Richard Gann *.240.50.5 (0 Richard Gaines.247_li o_io 00 It it hard Gain*-*.248... 100_10 00 Richard Gainea. .249... .100... .10 Oo Richard Gaines.250_SOU_So 00 Richard Gallic*.251.... TOO_SO 00 Richard Gaine*.252_5t,0_SO uo Richard Gaines.253... 5(0... .so oo Richard Gaines...*.254_ 600 _50 TO Richard Gaine*.255.. .10(0. ..100 00 K Epstein. Trustee.282... .100... .10 00 Geo Atchison.'.’83. . . .#0... .30 00 Gen Atkinson. Trustee... .304... .100....10 00 Geo AtkuiMt'n. Trustee_308.50.6 00 Oft) AtkitiKt-II, Trustee_313.20 . 2 00* Mr* E I> Garhutt.333... 100 lo io Mr* E I> Garhutt. J.‘(4_100.. .In 00 Mr* K 1) Garhutt.335_HHi_lo 0) Mh E I> Garhutt.100....10UJI Mr* K I> Garhutt.337_](4)_lo O) Mr* K 1> Garbutt....33s .‘0.5 Ou Mr* 1. I) (iarhutt.. 39.so.5 Ou » Mr* 1. 1) Garhutt.3*0.50.5 00 Mr* K I> Garhutt.141.80.SOU. Mr* K I* Onrbutt.342.fO.5 uo Mis K I) (iarhutt..*443.fit).... 5 (It Mr* K Ii Garhutt.,..344.60.5 00 Mr* E J> Garbutt.345.50.5 (rf) Lut-ieii Hermann. Trustee.347.75.7 50 Edward Catlwalntltr fc (•-. Trustees.348.. 600....50 00 Edward Cadwalader A ('• . Trustee*. 340....BOO....» (0 Edward ('adualrder A Co, Triinti • *..-50 . 500....80 CO Edward Cadwalvh-r A ( • Tru. te*s,... .351... .800....60 00 Edwarti (.'i-'iWsllnier A (’<». Trustee**.652. . . 5t 0... .50 00 EnwalNl ( rv* \\nluder & t < . Trust's.353... 500... .§0 00 H K T«-rrv. 'I ru-t* •.354... .00. ...SOW II S Terry. Trust. •.3f5.... ft).5 00 II K Terry. Trusts.:>■••... .Ml.5 0m II K Terry, Trust**.357... .MJ.5 00 II K T'-rrv. Trust*e. 35s.50.5 00 H K Terrv, Trust*-*. .,50.5 00 II K Terry. Trusts.3*0.... fO.6 U> II K Terry, Trust** .:**il.o.5 00 H K Terrv, Trustee. 3*,.:.fh.5 00 H K Terr', Trustee.303... .50.6 00 H K Terrv, Trust* e. ..304.50.5 00 FI K T« rrv. Tr ,st* e.3*»5.60.5 00 11 K Terry. Trust**.:’.</■.50.5 00 If h Terry. Trustee. 3. 7.SO.5 «« II K Terry Trust* **.3T.H.5*i.6 00 H K Terry. Tru t* *.3*~V ....50.500 H K lerrr. Trust* *. 37n.5o.AM) 11 K Terrv, Trustee...71.60.5 00 11 K Terrv. Trustee. 372..., 60.. . 5 00 H K Terry, Tru-te..373.60.3 t;0 II K Terry. Tnut.e.374.50.6 00 H K Terry-. Trustee.37#.... 100.... 10 00 II K Terry. Trustee.376.... 100....10 00 H K Terrv Trustee.377. ...’00... .10 U> II K Terry, Trustee.378....HO....10 00 II K Terrv. Trustte.87*... .1*0....10 00 H K Terry. Trustee.380. 10 00 II K Terry Trustee.381....100....10 OU II K Terry, Trustee.3M0....2IO....20 00 George Atkinson, Trustee.303.10.1 00 Charles Knwsoii..401 .. .100.. ..10 00 Charles Rawsoii.402. ..100—10 00 Charles Rawsoii.408....100....10 00 t harl*s Haws*.ii.404.... 100.... 10 1» Charles Kawsoll.405.... 100-10 w Chart,-. P.hwhoii.4W*.... 100... .10 ® Churl, . Bawaon.4»7.20.... 2® Charlu. Kjtwunu.40*.20.2® Charlea ..4o*.i.10.1 ® Chari,-. Itaw.oli.410. 4. ® Chari,. ItawaoM.411.6. ® H K Terry. Tru.tr..412... IW...10 ® H K T.rry, Trout.-..413... .100. ...10 ® H K T.rry, Truirt.e.414... .100... .10 ® II K Terrv, Trout...415.. ..200... .20® II K T.rry, Trout...410... .2®....20 ® H K T.rry, TruatM.l.. .417....2®....20 » II K Terry. Trout...41*... .2®... .20 ® George All lute-It. Tru.t...420.2ft.2 ft« T D Edward...434... 1M0... 1® ® T D Edward..435. ..11*0.. .1® ® Til Edwarda .43d.. .11®.. .1® ® T 1) Edward..437-• .10®.. .1® ® T I) Ed ward..43#... 1000... 1® » T 1) Edwarda.43#.... 100... .10 » T D Edwarda.440... .100—10 J* TI) Edward..441.... 1®. ...10 00 'r D Edwarda.442... .100....» ® T I> Edwarda.443... .1®.. -I0 ™* T D Edward..444_100—10 “• T D Edwarda.44ft... .1®. -1° ® T 1> Edward..444... .1®. ™ T l) Edward..447.... 1W....W ® T D Edward..44*... .1®.. • ■'« ® H H Kay.457... .4ft0... 4ft 00 T 11 Edwarda.449....10,l.... 10 ® M H Hay.455.«0.6 J® H H Day.4fl*... .150.... 16 ® * U Day.4ft*... .900... .90 14 Qco Atkinson, Trustee.4H3-1®®- • • •*” V? Geo Atkinson, Trustee.4<U.20.....i J® T I) Edwarda.4®...10®..l® ®' T I) Edwarda.407... 1000... 100 ® Ellen M Parklhaon.4®....100....10 ®* Ellen M Parktiuu.n.409... .1®... .10 ®; Ellen M P.rkluaon.470.50.ft ®* Ellen M Parkinaon.471.50.5 ®' Paulin. Hllnon.*70.20.2 ® DP Brown.477.2(1.2 ® DP Brown.47*.20.... *® D P ..479.20.2 ® D P Brown. 4*0.20.2 JO D P Brown.4*2.20.2 ® D P Brown.4*3.20.2® DP Brown.4K4.».1 I) P Brown.4*5.50.* D P Br.,wn.4®.20.2 00 B Hlinon.4*7.».» A Waltz.4**..30(1®. .3000 ® Cirri. Arondol.4®.50.5 ® Carrie Aromlel.401.60.... 6W Carrie Arundel.4T2.#0.J2 Carrie Arundel.408. f.uelen Wormann. Trustee.407 — 900—90 •* Iiiielen Herniann, Truatee.4*H-100—1® ® J A Jaeuer, Trustee.800_100.... 1®** And in accordance with law, and an or#*J of the Hoard of Directors, made on the w® day of August, 1H75, so many shams of ••J® parcel of such stock as may be necessary wil* be sold at public auction, by John Middleton k Bon. Auctioneers at their office, in this city of Han Francisco. No. 310 Montgomery street, on WEDNKHDAY. the twenty-nlnth day of September, 1876. at the honr of two o’clocr P. M. of said day to pay aald delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs ot advertising and eipeusea of tale. LFCIEN HERMANN. Secretary. Office—Room II. No. 880 Pine Street, Mr Francisco, StlifunU*.