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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES Harry J. Norton, : : Astoeiato Editor. TUESDAY*.OCTOBER 2fl, 1875 STOCK REPORT. Monday, October 25th. [1KF0BTKD »T C. ▼ . moum, STOCK BKOKEB.} tloritliijc 'toit-d. 1175 Mexican. 10'* 19* 19*. 1200 Ophlr 51 * 52 52* 62* 62* 51*. fS'iO Gould k Curry. 19 19* 19*. 580 Confidence. .2 22*. 80 Bdcher. 19* 19* 19. 160 Keutii' k, 14. 80 Alpha. 19*. 49V Empire Mlll.5*4 I. 25 Hale A: Norcrmw 40 .<9 *. 335 Crown Poiut, 20* 27. 106 Chollar. 72, 71 70 70*. 1790 Bent k Beleher. 48 49bi 48* 49 48*«30 48 * 49 *b30 49l.fi. 180 Savage. 8J 85 84. 120 Yellow Jacket, 80. 100 Con. Virginia. 315 317 320 317* *18. 1615 California. 03 03b.) 63 * 62*. 220 Sierra Nevada, 1%. 1405 IJniou Consolidated, 9 9*. 205 Justice, 32 *1* 31*. 310 Overman. 52 51 51 *1»5. 223 Exchequer. 15* 26b3 10. 250 Bullion 54 * 66 * . 350 Lady Bryan. I*. 1355 Julia. 12* 12* 13 12*. 80 Caledonia, 18 1H*. 150 Baltimore. 3*. 145 Bilver Hill, 7 *. 20 Eclipse, fl. 270 New York Con., 2* 2*. 20 Occidental. 4. 150 Sheridan. 11*. 1265 Woodvilie. 2* 3. 010 Imperial. 10* 10* 10*. A Her noon Raard. 100 North Carson, 35c. 400 Cosinopoltiau, ;i0 • 32*c. 670 Levitalian. 1 * 1 * 1*1*. 350 Andes. 3* I*. 100 Original Gold Hill, 2. 100 Midas. 4*. 450 Wells. Fargo k Co., 35c. 101» Illinois Central, 50c. hH) Oils. 2*. 50 Mint. 25. 600 Kossuth. 3* 3* I* 4. 30 Northern Belle, ‘<0. 100 Hussey. 1 *. 250 Mansfield, 25c. 200 Advance. 3. 210 Golden Chariot. 1*. 200 Ida Kllinore. Tic. 176 South Chariot, 25c. 500 Jefferson, 4*. *100 (ilia, 2*. 60 Belmont, If. 3£0 K K Con., 5. fit) liye Patch. »n. 7f0 Leopard. 10* 10*. 60 Meadow Valley, 3*. 135 Kaymotid k Ely, 27 2fi*. 100 Eureka Con., 14 * 14* 14. 100 Amazon. 1. 200 Morning Star. 4. 50 Florida. 3*. 480 Justice. 31. 1335 Julia. 14 13* 14* 15 610 S**g. Belcher, 7a 7 7 77*90. 190 Savage. 83 82. 1055 Best k Belcher. 40* 49* 40* 50 50<r*. 1876 Ophir 5.2* 52* 5? 52* 52* 52* 63b30. 645, California. 03* 63V, 63*. 145 Crown Point. 27 27*. 159 Con. Virginia. *20. 318 319 320b» 317*. 800 Overman, 52 52*. 165 Confidence. 22 92* 23. 415 Mexican. 20* 90*. 26.5 Gould k Curry. 20 20b5 19*. Chaptuk op Accidents. — Tom Finch, of the Capitol Saloon, Gold Hill, while cleaning the windows thereof Saturday morning, fell from a step-ladder on which he was standing, u distance of almut eight feet, and broke his right arm in three places. Th-arm wasdoulded directly under him when ho struck, utul at the break near the wrist the bone was driven through the flesh aud protruded through the skin. .. .John Cornwell, at No. 39 North C street, Virginia, while go ing down stairs, Friday night, made u misstep, fell and fractured his left knee-pan. The injury appears trivial, but is really much worse than a broken limb, from the ex treme difficulty in keeping the joint perfectly motionless long enough for the bone to heal.John Dunn, Superintendent of the Jus tice, and B d) McDonald, each had a buggy collision between Gold Hill and Virginia on Saturday, which wrecked the vehicles lint did no other durnage_ Jim O'Brien, miner in the Imperial, had his hand badly mashed and oue Anger knocked off by a falling rock, on Saturday.Billy Craddock's buggy ran over and slightly injured a little child on C street, Virginia, on Saturday evening lust.John Itnnkin, miner in the Consolidated Virginia, was on Sutnrdny struck on the head, shoulders and hack by n falling rock. The rock would weigh over a hundred pounds, mid it fell about six feet before striking him. He attempted to walk to his home after the accident, but was at length compelled to call a wagon. . ...H. H. Watts jumped from a moving train between Gold Hill and Virginia on Sunday and dislo- i eated his shoulder... .Julius Hoag- i ley is the name of the man who got ! his jaw kicked off by a sharp-shod ' mule on Sunday. . . William Terry 1 was badly scalded in the avage mine on Sunday... Thomar Can nell ran his head against a project ing timber in the Ophir mine yes terday morning, and came near braining himself. He will recover, but will have n scar three inches long on the top of his head. I)ibd_In Silver City, Nev., Oct. 125, 1875, Stella (llllett, infant daugh ter of J. P. and K. Li. Angell, agod about three months. The tuneral occurs this (Tuesday) alternoon at 12 o’clock, Kev. W. R. Jenvey offl elating. hike some little churn!*, thv! ha 1 lout its wsy. From Hesv*-n and the Fsther, slut went To bices for one bright moment e mother's hire. Anil then tske wins again for Its home above— suit mire ss the pearliest tesr of rsin, „ Ksve her to ns slid hss taken her attain. Jtot lost. Htelts darling—but saved on high Ours ever again, In the sweet by-eud-by. jiijuk ivotlNSoN HEAD.—J UUure 8. II. Robinson, well known in this •nil Storey Counties for years, died at the residence of his mother-in-law, Oakland, California, on Sunday afternoon, of paralysis. Deceased wsa n native of Massachusetts and 50 years of age. He was universally re spected, a good man among gooil men, aud the news of his death will bring witli it many regrets to those who have known him best. Jon Printing.—When you want Job work remember that we are the very ones to do it. For superior work our prices are low. No other ♦Ims wanted. Seclrk Your Stove-pipes.—The season of fires approaches, and we have a few words of cantion to those who are in the habit of letting their ■tove-pipes remain in place from year to year. In the first place, a considerable quantity of soot col lects which makes it extremely lia ble to be burnt out when the first fires are lit in the fall of the year, particularly before the fall of snow or raiu. Again, the heavy winds many times disjoints the pipes be tween the ceiling and roof; the stove is set up and the fire started ; it may seemingly have a good diaught and run along a few days before the wood-work forms a tiu der, but sooner or later a fire origin ates and much valuable property is destroyed. Oftentimes fires that originate from lack of o ire on the part of property owners are laid to incendiaries. Our experience teaches us that more fires are started in mining camps through the negli gence of property holders in not securing their stove-pipes than from the torch of the incendiary. Every person should see that his stove pipes are properly secured so not to endanger the property of liis neighbors. Now is the time to see that they nre erected properly. Bonanza Bali,.—Mr. M. Frett announces that lie will give a grand opening ball on the 9th of Novem ber. His tickets are now ready for all who desire. Wo hope to see them disappear soon so that wo can have an opportunity of dnpli siting the order for printing. It is a dead sure tiling that this will lie the grandest dance that has ever taken place in Silver City. The hall is spacious, the floor of the finest tim ber, and the music will be “ way up.” The dining-room being under the dancing hall, it will not be necessary for the ladies to be out in the night air and thereby endanger their health. We know whereof we speak when we say that the supper is going to be one of the best, if not the finest, that has been prepared' on the coast, and the beauty of the whole thing is, there is to be no extra charge for supper—all you have to do is to get a ticket for the dance. Consultation.—('. V. Boisot has returned, and, with his creditors, was yesterday iixing up financial inut lers looking tor a continuance of the broker business. Ot course the var ious consultations were strictly pri vate and nothing definite can be slated as to the allair this morning. We learn that Mr. Itoisot found his stock business in San Francisco in much better shape than he had at first supposed, and that Ins business correspondents in that city aredis posts] to aid him in a resumption of business. There was a more hopeful feeling in town yesterday over the failure, and it is much to be desired that Mr. Boisot will find it in his power to save his creditors from seiious loss. We await further de velopments with interest. Kickeii by a Mei.k.—Wo learn from parties up from Dayton yesicr day that a teamster driving for Mr. II. Lufkin, near Johntown, was on Sunday horribly kieked by one ol the mules of his team. The allair took place at the ranch near the Sac ramento mill, and the teamster, whose name we did not learn, had his jaw broken in two places, and received a severe cork wound under the right eye. Next to lugging around a barrel of nitro glycerine in our breeches pocket, we would much rather not have anything to do with a mule. Mahried.—We are in receipt of the curds of Mr. and Sirs. J. F. Mc Donald, «ce Sliss Lizzie V. Crosley, well and most favorably known to all in this section. The happy couple were made one in Virginia City last week, and have taken up winter i|uartcis at the Lick House, San Francisco. We wish them much joy. They will lie glad to sec their friends while visiting at the Bay, and none will lie more pleased to call than the writer. Fire Insurance.—We omitted to call attention to the advertisement of the Home Mutual Insurance Com pany, of San Francisco, J. A. Brum scy, General Agent for Nevada, a d W. II. Hill, Agent for Virginia City, Gold Hill, and Silver City. It is one of the tie st reliable that is rep resented in this State. They settle their losses promptly, without un necessary delay, and are in conse quence dcscrvingly popular with the insuring public. Piper's Opera House.—Domi nick Murray, the "rest Irish come dian, made his lira! appearance at Piper's Opera House last cveuiug. He is supported in an able manner by the full stock company, which, by the wav, has bceu great\y iuprovcd wl'hin the past few days by the ad dition of several shining lights. Mr. Murray will appear every evening this week and at the Saturday mati nee. Secure your seats in advance. Col. u’Neill, is the latest addition to the tonsorial happiness of the city. It’s a genuine pleasure to feel his artistic manipulations and to know that your favorite freckle isn’t going to be mowed down by a dull razor. For Wall Paper, Painta and Oil*, go to Beimt 6 Btowart’a. * First-class job printing at the Times office. Wend in your orders.* Will Campbell, Esq., District At torney for Storey county, was last night reported in a tair way to re cover. Gold Hill don't part her luiir in the middle exactly, hut she wiggles along through the world successfully with an A.-B.-C.-D-avis for school master. Icicles 15 inches lent? were observ able yesterday morning at sunrise. They were pendant from the flume which crosses American Kavino above the first turn. A rumor on the streets yesterday filled the Con. Virginia with water, but we are glad to know that the r port in tlie main is uninunded, and that tlie water is now under control. Increased.—Tlie assessment roll of Lyou County shows an increase of about $200,000 in taxable property over 1874, to-wit: 1874, $1,315,038; in 1875, $1,012,107. This is a healthy showing considering the dull times. The notorious Dr. Mcllride, “King : of Pain," who visited Silver and Vir | ginia Cities last summer, had his ad | vertising train all over San Fran- j cisco on Friday. It comprises four j or five four-in-hands, with two oatids i ot music and a la'ge train of follow 1 ers. lie’s a stunner. Hack at Dayton.—“Itig Nick" i and Hank Ltiikiiis, set a con de of the Dayton turfites. "Big Nick" ^ entered Park Barnes' b. g. Nameless, j and Bulkins entered Neversink. Nameless got off with race and purse, ! leaving the friends ol Neversink to t hold an empty sack. Mr Louis Gnldstone, ot this city, who is supposed to be somewhat embarrassed in his store transactions, j is in San Francisco arranging with liis creditors against anticipated trouble. The rumor that his doors bad been closed by the sheriff is not so, as business has so far gone on uninterruptedly. Late.—The through train from San Francisco yesterday morning came in about one hour late. Tlie Central Pacific got behind 30 min utes at Sacramento, and was com pelled to “w ild cat’’ through to Reno as best it could. The V. fit T. R. R., was kept waiting, but when she got her load came through in a hurry. Nevada men as a general thing have all the “cheek’’ necessary to carry them through this world, hut when one of them goes down to the j Hay and sacs two thousand well- I dressed “stock speculators” walk up to a saloon bar regularly twice every day. deposit a short bit, drink [ a quarter's worth of whisky and then go to the lunch table and put j down fifty cents worth of stomach : furniture, that Nevada man feels ns demure as a pint of s lrgham molas ses in a 20-acre mill pond. Rouon on a Frisco Broker.— “It’s rough, old bov—it’s rouyh," said a ’Frisco stock-broker to us on Thursday, as he leaned dejectedly against the lunch table at Cady’s. “What’s rough?'' said we, sympa thetically. “Why, my dear fellow, don’t you know that I have within tlie past six months, invested $300,000 in stocks and have lost every time?" “Yes, that is rough? allow me to extend my sympathy," and two snort bits were slowly raising from our pocket to pay for the cigars, when our afflicted friend, with a sigli that would have done to retail for stage emotion, concluded his sen tence: “Yes, yes! and the worst ol it all is that over one hundred and fifty dollars of it wott my own money! ! ’ Selected Stock.—Mr. M. J. Un ger is in daily receipt ot goods in ills line. Ilis stock comprises to bacco and cigars; fruit and confec tionery; a complete circulating li brary of historical and light litera ture. New and second-hand sewing machines for sale on installments or to rent; sportsmen’s supplies, toys, and Yankee notions without number. Next door to Harris’ assay office. * Lie on Your Kioiit side.—The health journals ail direct their read ers to lie on their right side while asleep, but Heyntan Bros, get up a mass of spring beds, that are so per fectly elegant and easy that it don't make any difference in what position YOU LIE ! you are at perlect ease. Heyman tiros. also keep a complete stock of all other kinds of house furniture for sale at the lowest living prices. They are at the corner ot 1$ and Tay lor streets, Virginia City. Hive them a trial. * To Hoitmkkeepkks.—Mr. J. Corn well, :i!» North C street, Virginia City, has the most complete furni ture establishment in Nevada. Spring beds, mattresses, bedding of all descriptions, including the sole ownership of the famous patent couplet spring bed in Nevada. He manufactures nine different styles of beds. Also, would call attention to his nicely furnished rooms, titled up for rent above the store. Any one desiring a neatly furnished room, at low rates, would do well to call. * Why is ItT—Why is it that eve rybody goes to the Metropolitan boot and shoe store, No 108 South C street? It is because they can get boots and shoes cheaper and better thun in any store in the State. C. A. Noltenteier knows hew te please his customers.* Latest Dispatches. Florence! A. T., Oct. 25. Everything lively here at present. A large number of new buildings are going up. The town is full of strang rs passing to and from the Pinal mines. Two smelting fur naces are iu operation and working successfully. Advices from the mines continue to be encouraging. Phoenix at 25. Considerable ex citeinent prevails in this vicinity over the investigation now going on regarding some party or parties selling whiskey to Indians. Three or four arrests have been made in the last few days. Since a lot of Papa goes got crazy drunk and began fighting among themselves, and hurting some seriously. A large j number of prospectors are passing here daily enroute to the Pinal Mountains and I onto Basin. Sev eral irrigating canals are being rap idly pushed to completion. Next year will doubtless be a prosperous one for this section u.'u x' n.a.'vtowj w'-i ••• .1 vi/. I Tbe case of Julian Perrault vs j Kossuth Minim; Company and others, was dismissed hy the Fourth I District Court to-day, on stipulations tiled. The action wals brought to recover a large portion of the Kos suth mine. The real defendants be ing Cautiu it Kverett, stock brokers* Several months ago the case was tried before a jury, who found cer tain state of fads, and after an argu ment it was submitted to the Court upon the lads found. Pending the deliberation of the Court, a compro mise and settlement was effected be- j tween the parties inlerrested. A man named Joseph Dalton, a stable keeper, near Tehachepe Pass, Kern county, was brought to this city, to-day, for treatment for wounds received at the hands of a hand of outlaws 011 the Uith iust. Dalton was in tile stable alone when the gang entered. He was attached and stabbed twice, and the horses were run off Dalton was left for dead. He was brought upon a litter on the train to-day, accom panied by a physician, and taken to St. Mary's Hospital. The medi cal attendant reports that the woumls will likely to prove fatal. The Hoard of Supervisors u.et at 10 o'clock this morning for the pur pose of canvassing the returns of the late election. Carr was found to have a majority of 1,811 over Fitzgerald, for Superintendent of Public Instruction. For Police Judge, Louderback’s majority is 2,019. William Davis is being tried in the Fifteenth District Court, to day, for the murde- of Jabez Rob ertson, on the evening of May 18th. CLIP’S LETTER. Virginia City, October 25. TIIE SUBJECT THAT NOW TROUBLES THE PEOPLE'S MIND Is, what is the cause of so much sickness and so many de ths iu Vir ginia City at tin* pees**nt time? Ti • “ Chronicle ” of Friday gives t!>0 re port of numerous interviews with medical men of the city, who all at tribute it to imperfect drainage. I11 conversation with Dr. Harris last evening lie informed 111* tint what is called here typhoiu fever is nothing of the sort, and that not one case in t "i is of th it description, but the disease is a indignant rsmittint fever, produced from impure water as much as from imperfect sewer age. Li sixty cases that lie Ins been call d upon to attend within the last three weeks, he informed me he had not lost one, and with one or two ex ceptions, noue of them had any of the symptoms of typhoid fever. One thing is certain, that if this mortality continues much longer it won’t take long to depopulate tin* city. THE BLIND VETERAN Who, accompanied by his wife, marched with his comrades to visit General Sheridan, lias a history. His name is Iviley, and he is the man who lost his eyesight through an ac calent in the Uelcher mine, and for which he sued that company for damages, the ease being decided against him. He served during the war in a Tennessee regiment, and, 011 being introduced to Sheridan was re cognized hy the General, who, before leaving, gave him a substantial proof of his sympathy for a comrade in distress. OPIUM SMOKrNO Is now practiced to a fearful extent hy large numbers of men in this city, i The modus operand! being for one j or two to go quietly down to the I Chines* quarter an. there smoke opium, prepared by the celestials, until the drug produces stupelication. This degrading and debasing habit is becoming a perfect mania among a certain class of the inhabitants. I shall probably have more to say on this subject in a future letter. WATER, WATER, Is now the cry in all the principal mines on the Comstock, not for want I of it, but for tlu* too bounteous sup- | ply. A leak sprung yesterday flood ing them and stopping nil work. I was informed by a gentleman this afternoon who was well acquainted with the affairs of the Consolidated Virginia Company's mines, that all the mills ruuning on the ore from this and other mines in the vicinity will have to shut down for a time. Clip. 91 t'.R KICK'S IJIIMftltTKD OIL. Morrick'B Imported Oil is a simple remedy j but powerful to do good. Cun b Rheumatism j and Neuralgia and kills all pain instantly. I Is perfectly safe aud harmless. Price, Fifty Cents, ami worth its weight iu gold. We challenge the world to produce its equal. Agents—Crane * Krigham, Wh >lc«ale Drug gists. San Francisco, California. For Sale by Walter, Rosenthal & Co., Silver City, Nev. To the Ladies.—Miss Mr.Carrick & Co,, No. 80 Soutii C street, Vir ginia City, will, on Tjcsilay, 28tii instant, open their now stock of Mil. inery. The assortment is a beautiful one, having been selected with great care, and surpasses in beauty and style anything heretofore introduced into this market. Special attention paid to fashionable dressmaking. Indies of Virginia and vicinity are invited to call aud examine our new stock * OUR ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS DAY’S "TIMES.” Silver City. Livery Stable—J. F. Angcll, Main Street. Livrry »tat>i* — Bennetts Bros., Main Street. I>r. N. Schnabel, Physician, next door to Drue Store. Dr. C. 13. Zabriskie, Physician, residence on Gay street. L. Goldatone, Mill Goods, Main street. Ripl«y A Blackiner. Grocers, Main street. Walter, Rosenthal It Co., Merchandise, Main Alhambra Saloon, J. C. Leconey; Main street Palace Saloon, W. L. Eckt-rnian ; Main street. Armory Hall, Noyes A Hall; Main street. Oasis Saloon, C. Becker; Main street. Lucas' Saloon, Main street, opp. Bacon mill. Silver City Brewery, P. Geyer; Main street. Chrysopolis Saloon, J. Munektou, Main street Silver Saloon, Ebi It Bennetts; Silver House. Silver House, Bennetts Bros., Main street. Winter House, E. Winter; Third street. M. Frett, Private Boarding; Main street. J. W. Grier, Commissioner of Deeds, Wells, Fargo It Co's Agent. C. V. Boisot, Stock Broker, Telegraph Office. Walter, Rosenthal It Co., St >cks on Margin. Lumber Yard, Webb It Milliard, Main street. Assay Office, H. Harris, Main and Third sts. Stationery, T. S. Davenport, Post Office. Barber Shop, T. Zackariah, next door to Post Office. Barber Shop, Leo Deiscnroth, below Drug Storo. Drug Store, Boisot It Stewart, street. Washington Market, Paul Gross, Main street. Star Market, Strouse k Co., Main street. Ice delivered. John Cronin, Attorney, Justice’s Office, Sec ond street. Sierra Nevada House, James Harris, Lower Main street. S. Cohen, Peddlar, opposite Brewery. Howard & Co., Merchant Tailors, Main street. W. A. Grow, Painter, Engine House. Boots and Shoes, Joseph Otto, Main street. Dairy, Corecco Gildo. Milk delivered. Accommodation Stage, to Gold Hill, J. Barton Gents’ Furnishing Goods, E. W. Go wen, Main street. Dressmaking, Mrs. Brunell, High street. Watchmaker and Jeweler, A. Barrelet, Main Job Printing, Lyon County Times, Main street. Opening Ball, Bonanza Hotel. Dayton. Geo. W. Keith, Attorney; District Attorney, Court House. J. Powell, Jr., Attorney, Pike street. C. II. Bryan, Attorney, Golden Eagle Hotel. J. D. Sims A Co., Family Grocers, Main street J. R. Shaw, Hay, Grain and Feed, Main street J. A. Bonham, Stationery, Post Office. Union Hotel, J. C. Gruber, Main street. Drug Store, Dr. J. C. Hard* tt, Pike street. Union Market, Winzell k Campbell, Main street. Golden Eagle Hotel, J. H. Jaqna, Pike street. Livery Stable. P. Barnes, Main street. I. Leversee, Undertaker, Tyler street. Meyer I: Stegman, General Merchandise, cor. Pike and Mum streets. Dayton Dairy, A. A. Atkins; Fresh Milk de V liginla. Insurance, J. A. Brunsbey, Home Mutual, Tahoe House. DeLong k Belknap, Attorneys, Black’s Build ing, C street Lindsay A Dickson, Attorneys, Bank Building Taylor strict Scaidker k Stonehill, Attorneys, Black’s Building, c street Whitman k Wood, Attorneys, Bank Building, C street R H Taylor, Attorney, 12 North B street Juo A McQuaid, Attorney, Marye’s Building, C strei t L T Cowie, Attorney, with Messick A Sepjy R E Foote, Attorney, over U 8. Land Office Dr J W Van Zaudt, Physician, 13 North C W. W. F* tt ni.au. Physician, South C street Dr Henry B rgstein, Physician, 102!* South C street Dr Reuj Robinson, Physician, 109 South C fctrvit Dr McLean, Physician. Ford’s Building, C Street Drs Bronson A Chapin, Physicians, 24 South C str t Ross E Browne, Survtyor, Room 8 Tahoe Hatch Bros, Grocers, 20 South C street Beer tiros, Grocers, It 2 South C street Win Gunului li, Boots and Shoes, 28 South G streit C A N dtemeier, Boots and Shoes, 108 South C street Banner Bros, Clothing, corner of C and Tay lor streets Cohn k Isaacs, Clothing, 16 South C street The Bank of Calilornia. corner Taylor and C streets T A Stephens, attorney, corner B ami Union Washington Saloon, Henry Stevens, 8 South International Saloon, J Pidge, corner Union and C streets W M Gillespie, Solicitor for Patents Virginia and Gold Hill Bus, J White; making regular trips Joseph Halleck, furniture, South C street J Cornwell, furniture, ;j9 North C street Hey.nan Bros, furniture, cor B and Taylor Pioneer Laundry, J F Hall; International Hotel Mark A Kelton, Bureau of Legal and Depart mental Information; over U S Laud Office Dr A B Spinney, Specialist; 188 South C street Virginia Livery Stable, S Z Dickson; corner Union and 1) streets International Livery Stable, Jas Bock ; north of Piper’s Opera House, D Street Henley's General Insurance and Fire Under writers’ Agency; 3n South C strei t Breed A Crosby, C al and Lime; opposite the Tost Office Cemetery Marble, Dan Nowlan; at Masonic Hooper’s Saloon, North C street W H Clarke A Co. Stock Brokers, 51 South C M Worth*1diner, Cigars and Tobacco, 62 South C street Keely A Williams, Wines and Liquors, Bil liards; North 0 street. Millinery, Miss McCarrick A Co, 80 South C Dr Thomas, Physician, corner Union and 0 Salamander Felting Company, Seward Cole, Williams A Bixler House CrOld Hill. W 0 Conwell. Dentist, Main street Dr P T Kirby, Physician, Main street W K Risen, Groceries, Odd Fellows’ Building A Lariviere, I’ndertaker, Main street H M Jewett, Painter, Main street Capital Billiard Saloon, T E Finch, Main st Carson City. Kelly k Hotter, Stock Brokers, County Build- . City Ravings Bank, corner Carson and Proctor streets Carson Brewery, Wagoner & Klein Winston’s Exchange, Farrt 1 k Kluchner; Carson street Carson Exchange Hotel, Carson street, oppo site Depot St. Charles Hotel, Louis Brader k W H Fox ; corner Carson and Third streets Warm Springs Hotel, J D Kersey, at tho State’s Prison Benton’s Livery Stable, J M Benton, opposite Wells, Fargo & Co. Mlsoollauoous. PIPKU'N OPERA IIOCNK. Alining: ami A<l vcriUeiiieut* Virginia and Truckee Railroad; Time Table Chicago and Northwestern Railroad; Special inducements Truckee Hotel, John F Moody; Truckee, California Livery Stable, Lewis Huntington, Tahoe City, California D*pot Hotel, W R Chamberlain, Reno, Ney. Tahoe Hot Springs, C A Richardson ; Place of ; Rest >rt Genoa Hot Springs, Mrs II J Walley; Resort for Iuvalids Grand Central Hotel, James Cardwell; Tahoe City, Cal Atwill & Co. Western Mining Agency, 240 Montgomery street, San Francisco Fox k Strut/. Wines and Liquors, 41 J street, Sacramento Ran Francisco Boiler Works, F I Curry, cor Main and Harrison streets, San Francisco A Fenkhansen k < o. Liquor Dealers, 801 Fr »nt Street, San Francisco Merrick’s Imported Oil; for sals at Walter, Rosenthal k Co Information imparted by J F Good, Ix>ck Box 1924, San Francisco Glsnbteok Heats, H M Vsgsr, Labs Tahoe. GRAND CLEARING OUT SALE I .AT. BANNER BROTHERS For Thirty Days ! In order to make room for a Large Stock of FALL and WINTER CLOTHING I We of*er our entire stock for the NEXT THIRTY DATS at PRICES SO LOW as to induce everybody to pur chase their CLOTHING at BANNER BROS. BARGAINS! BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY, AT BANNER BROTUERb! The Entire Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, At Greatly Reduced Prices, at BANNER BROTHERS! Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoos, BANNER BROTHERS ! Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, BANNER BROS. BLANKETS AND QUIETS, For the Smallest Amount of Money, at Banner Brothers. Compare Prices and convince yourselves that CLOTHING IS SOLD CHEAPEST at BANNE R B ROTHERS! Corner C ami Taylor Street*, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. Complete Assortment! E. W. GOWEN, MAIN STREET, SIIiVEH CITY. .DEALERS IN. Gents’ Furnishing Goods, BOOTS & SHOES, Tobacco and Cigars, STATIONERY ! Confectionery! JEWELRY ! TOYS AND YANKEE NOTIONS I Meerschaum Pipes, THUNKS AND VALISES, Remember the Place, E. w. GOWEN, MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. OASIS SALOON BILLIARD HALL! MAIN STREET.SILVER CITY. Fire Proof Building, under Masonic Hall. C. BECKER, - - - Proprietor Constantly on hand the finest Old Brandies Old Brandies DranHioc Old Brandies Old brandies dilUluO, Old Brandies Old Brandies Pure Old Bourbon Whsky California Wines, BASS’ ALE, XXX PORTER. GEN L INE HAVANA CIGARS Polite attendants to serve all who may favor me with a call. W. R. RISON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, WINES AND LIQUORS, OILS. CANDLES, and MINING SUPPLIES, CROCKERY, CHINA and GLASSWARE, POULTRY and FRESH FISH. FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS Received Every Day. ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING Main Street, (•'old Hill. KT^Will Run Wagons to Silver City Daily. A share of patronage solicited. N. LARIVIERE, UNDERTAKER ! A few doors below Odd Fellows’ Hal , MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL. Hearses and Carriages, Furnished for Funeral®. w. a. bronson, >c. n. a. r. chapin, m. d. Drs. BRONSON & CHAPIN, OFFICE: No. 24 South C Street, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA •aF* Dr. Chapin’s Residence. B Street, rear Cole’s Drug Store, second door South of James G. Fair's.„ REMOVAL DR. J. W. VAN ZANDT, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, Has removed his offices to Ford’s Building, two doom north from the Post Office, No. 18 NORTH C STREET. Office Hours from 12 to 2 and 6 to 8 P. M. KELLY & HOFER, Stock Brokers! CORRESPONDENTS IN SAN FRANCISCO. I. II. LATHAM * f*. OFFICE IN COUNTY BUILD* INCS, CARBON CITY. C. A. NOLTEMEIER, METROPOLITAN BOOT AND SHOE STORE 10A SOUTH O STREET. T1BOIXIA, HTiN. TVAKE3 pleisur* 1n Informing “ ftv.il., thet hia lmmenee Wy> pnrrbeeed under lit" own pereonel•"PJJTi!1'“£ hu errived. end will be »old et prlew to defj competition. Hie elock conelede •» gents. BOTS\ LADIES' em»_ OHILDHKH • BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, and h« wi«jhee .a“to-fj! him a full bet tire purchasing elsewhere, aa n oan and will offer superior inducements to taf house in the State. ______ HOOPER’S^ SALOON FORMERLY THE EL DORADO. THE FINEST WINES, LIQUORS And CIGARS, A. T O 3NT33 BITI The publie are respactfully invited to oall. w. H. CLAfcliK. I JAB. M. SMITH. I HEW BY BOLVB W. H. CLARKE & CO. Stock Brokers No. 51 South C Street, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA iterk, Bouarltt, Sold end CerrlH on .Hai'Kins* Correspondents in ta *^*5™^ k TO. MEYER & STEGMAN Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Groceries, Provision*, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, Mill Goods, Dry Goods* Crockery, Liquor*, ETC., ETC., ETC. Corner of Main and Pike Sfrotfl, DAYTON, NEVADA._ H. M. JEWETT, HOUSE AND SIGN P A I N T E R ! .DEALER IN. Paints, Oils, Class, Wall Paper, House Lining, ETC., ETC. MAIN STREET..GOLD HILL RIPLEY & BLACKMER, Retail Dealers im Groceries, Provisions, Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Fish ETC., ETC., ETC. Next door to WELLS, FARGO k CO. ifiTGoods delivered free of charge to all parts of the camp. ARMORY HALL BILLIARD SALOON. MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. Notes * hall call atention to their Superior Stock of Wines and Liquors. They have one of the best and latest improved BILLIARD TABLES for the use and pleasure of their many friends. M. WERTHEIMER, Importer and Jobber in fine Havana & Domestic Cigars TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS, A flue variety of MEERSCHAUM, AND ALL KINDS OF Pipes and Stems PLAYING CARDS, ETC. No. 62 South C Street, VirginiaCity. Cigar Factory, 426 Front Street San Francis*# STAR MARKET, LOWER MAIN STREET, Silver City, Nev. CHOICE Beef. Mutton. Pork, Yeajl. Lamt and all hinds of Sausages. Meat# day livered to customers in any part of the <3m trict. MARK 8TROU8E. OTCNRT 00*1*. KEELY A WILLIAMS Snecesaora to GOBEY Sc KBBLY, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA fJIHlS Favorite Saloon la now the PEOPLE’S POPULAR PLACE In Virginia City. Fine Winee, Liquors and Cigu, •7*C,U in ad jndf* far yiailf. DRESSMAKING ....AND.... PLAIN SEWING T^KATLY AND PROMPTLY DOM*. BY il one wko has no objection to going so mainetrcw* in families, either in or owl of town Ladies, please giro ns a call, at kkt Residence of MRS BRBb'EU*, B^th ittlli. Silver Oity. Nevada. NOTICE |9 GIVEN TO THE PTJDLIC, WULf *■ from this date, we ase p—pared to Dug Stooks on Margin, aa usual. WALTER, RKENTHAL & M. M. FRETT, Private Boarding & Lodging MAIN BT. SILVER CITY, MSY. WWTILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD AS w ▼ good a tr.ble aa can ba found in tbb State. Ito< A .h are supplied with flu# Spring .Mattras*&. The pnbue are Invited to #vw sae a aaU.