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P"L»m. IIN THE INTERESTS OF LYON COI NTY. j teems : -°£ ”"'i SILVER CITY, NKV., WEDNESDAY. MAY 17, 187(>. D^xii-r LYON COUNTY TIMES. OFFICIAL PAPER OF LYON COUNTY. Term*. 2ft Cents per Week. Bristow Brevities. It is now apparent that this ring of whisky thieves and Democrats was organised for the purpose of break ing down the Secretary of the Treas ury. The Democrats are working from political motives, the whisky thieves from self defense. The late fiasco was one of their Jjrst exploits. The harder they work the tietter will lie Mr. Bristow’s chances for the nomination.—[Cleveland Leader, May 1st. While we do not retract in the least our previously expressed ad miration for Mr. Blaine, we believe that Bristow would make a better canvass, and that his nomination would be equivalent to his election, and is so admitted by even the oppo sition leaders, of intelligence. There fore, while wo should heartily sup port Mr. Blaine, we could go into the canvass with Bristow with more con fidence of success.—[Lapees (Mich.) Clarion. In view of his prominence ns a Presidential candidate the papers arc tracing up Secreatry Bristow’s ances try. and showing that he has an hon orable family connection. Mr. Bris tow has just cause to be proud of his ancestry, but fortunately his good name and reputation for honesty and capacity depend in nowise upon his pedigree. He is not one of that pit iful class of weak-iniuded scions in the country whose only claim to rec ognition is that they had honest fa thers. His reputation is his own. lie has been the architect of his own fortune, and we honor him all the more for it. We have taken occasion more than once to express our con tempt for a class of weak, lazy, thriftless, improvident, totally help less creatures, with coats, hats and boots paid for by an indulsrent, over worked father and mother, and who lav claims t > admission in the first circles of society on their honorable ancestry. They are entitled to about the same consideration as a monkey with a new suit of clothes.—l Knox ville Chronicle, Browulow’s paper, April doth. Lnnacv is increasing in France out of all proportion with the growth of population. Official sta tistics show that in 1851 the total number of lunatics and iliots there was 40,000 ; five years later we find 60,000; teu years afterward they numbered no less than 90,000 ; aud the latest report shows that they have increased beyond 100,000. This remarkable growth of mad ness among the French is attributed to various causes—such as th- use of absinthe, opium, tobacco, etc. —aud to the prevalence of relig ious, political and speculative fa naticism. It was increased bv the pilgrimage a few years ago; it was iuereased by the war of 1870 with Germany; aud the lunacy doctors of the Prefecture of Poiioo have observed that after every pauic at the Bourse they hail twice as much work as usual ou their bauds. The investigation of Presidential candidates has not proved a prosper ous industry. Boring after bottom facts and the multiform processes of shafting and drifting and sluicing have a certain exhilaration so long as there is a prospect of striking •* pay dirt." Uofortuuately the article thus far handled has been neither remun erative nor promising; and the work Is virtually abandoned. As this sub tracts an element of some interest from the nominating canvass, it might not tie inopportune to intro duce the Pope. His Holiness has been strangely neglected of late, aud a little T ri|uem.nla of St. Bartholo mew might lie worked in somehow to enliven the campaign, since rail road bonds ami mules cau uo longer lie utilized as stimulants. The Pope last year with Peter’s pence and jubilee indulgences re ceived $4,000,000. The late Ferdi naud of Austria left him $5,000,000 in his will ; as heir of the Duke of Modena he cau count upon au in come of $50,000 a year. Lord Rip on gave him $50,000 outright ; a Belgian couvert $40,000; a pious old lady $100,000. Most of tfc* pilgrims who visited Rome this past twelvemonth have left substantial pecuniary tokens of their veuora , Mon. _ Washington Motes. Washington, May 15.—Members who converse about adjournment say that Congress can adjourn before the middle of J uly, according to preseut prospects. The total payments of silver up to Saturday are about $4,425,000. SR. THOMAS, Physician and Surgeon, Has resumed the practice of his profession at the DOUGLASS BUILDING (second floor), SOUTH 0 STREET, three doors south of the Bank of California; entrance on 0 and B streets. OrricE Homs for Consultatiom : From 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. and from 6 to 8 P. m. ! DR. THOMAS graduated at the Royal Col lege of Surgeons, England, autl the Royal Col lege of Physicians. London, and received his diplomas as member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England, and licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Loudon, in the years 1859 and 1864. DR. THOMAS also passed his examination at Liebeg’s University of Giessen, Germany, and received his diploma as Doctor of Medi cine with the HIGHEST HONORS. These diplomas, together with testimonials from the FIRST EUROPEAN PHYSICIANS, may be seen in h:'s office. DR. THOMAS mav be privately and confi dentially consulted for the cure of Diseases of the Generative Organs, Nervous Debilitv, Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weakness, Strict ure of the Urethra. Weakening Dreams. Heart, Lung and Kidney Affections, Skin and Conta gious Diseases. Venereal or otherwise. DR. THOMAS’ treatment is EMINENTLY SUCCESSFUL, at once arresting seminal loss and restoring power to the most broken-down constitutions, and that AFTER OTHERS | HAVE FAILED. The young, middle-aged and even those ad vanced in life should not despair of a SPEEDY AND PERMANENT RELIEF From their sufferings, but should, without de lay. consult DR. THOMAS, who will give a1 conscientious opiniou as to the extent of dis ease in each particular case. TO THE LADIES : DR. THOMAS merely states that he maybe \ CONFIDENTIALLY CONSULTED in all dis- < eases! uvidental to FEMALE'S. In 1864 DR. THOMAS received a special diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons, London.in MIDWIFERY AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN, Signed by DR. ARTHUR FARltE and DR ROBERT LEE. Physicians to the Princess of Wales and Duchess of Edinburgh. This di ploma can also be seen in the Doctor’s office. ^ Iu conclusion the Doctor desires to state that every patient treated by him will receive ft GUARANTY OF PERMANENT CERE, DR. THOMAS receives invalid male pa tieuts iuto his Private Medical Establishment where every attention is paid to-their comfort hf experienced nurses, the Doctor, etc. m90-+f | ASBESTOS FELTING CO. ....OF.... NSW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO. 'Co Mining and Mill Superinten- j dents: The great aud unparalleled success that has been achieved by our Asbestos Non-Conduc tor for covering Steam Boilers and Pipes war rant us in offering it to you as the 3EST AND MOST DURABLE FELTING now existing. This Company is the oldest aud most exten sive in the United States, aud by actual test the Asbestos Felting has proven to be more durable than any other covering extant. It is etrougly patented and any use of the word "Asbestos” iu councetlou with any other felt ing is an infringement. It contains the best non conducting, and tire-proof ingredients known to science. Asbestos is a mineral long known ! to chemistry as uou iuflaiuable and the most positive retainer of heat in nature. Our pro cess consists iu so preparing Asbestos with other flbrous and glutinous matter as to form a string, elastic adhesive and iudestructible covering for steam pijies and boilers, which we have fully demonstrated is pre-eminently superior to any other covering now in use. It is less expensive than Hale Feltiug and cau be applied at any time while the boilers are in use. One covering will last iu perfect order as long as the boilers or pipes. By absolute test IT IS KNOWN TO SAVE 25 TO 30 PER CENT. IN FUEL. It is non-iuflaiuable, iudestructible and a perfect non-conductor of heat and cold. Its flexibility causes it to contract and expand with the iron surface, thus preventing it from crackiug As it absorbs uo moisture aud excludes the atmosphere the surface of boiler or pipe cannot corrode. It is applied In plastic state upon a hot surface with facility and iu a few hours becomes dry, light, elastic aud tenaciously adhesive. It Coutaius uo lime or other corrodiug substance. We challenge the world to produce a covering to compete with ours iu durability aud saving of fuel. We possess the sole knowledge and ' proprietorship of this process, and would cautiou all parties against worthless imitations | t our Asbestos Xou-Cuuduetor, our uuprece- i •used success haviug started several worth less imitations of it into existence professing to contain Asbestos. Suueriutcudeuta and engineers are iuvited to examine the material and work at the Savage Miuiug Company. For full particulars and circulars containing references apply to the uuderslgued at OAKS, UOliAU r A CO.’S. 04 South 0 street Virginia. T. X. McCKtfHSOX, A*e»W ECLIPSE AND CROWN POINT LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES. Main St., Oold Hill, SIMON OGG - - - PRO’B. Buggies, r’ockaways and car HI AGES of all descriptions, together with excellent Teams and Saddle Horses to let on reasonable terms. HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE. STOCK BOARDED By the week or month in the best manner. Everything in and about the establishment New, Clean and Comfortable, and arranged in the best style. Livery Stables ! MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY. THE undersigned having Enlarged and Renovated his well-known Stables, is now prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE H RSES ! At very reasonable rates. By fair dealing with everybody, and in every particular. I hope to please all. *3r Remember the place—the Brick Stable J. F. ANGFLL, - - Proprietor. LIVERY STABLE. Carson Street, Opposite Wells, Fargo it Co.'s Krpress, CARSON CITY, - NEV. J. M. Benton, Proprietor. Buggy and Carriage Equipments. FINE SPANS, STYLISH TURN-OUT: (all new). SUPERIOR SADDLE HORSES, 4nd everything that a first-class Livery Sta ble is supposed to be provided with. TERMS REASONABLE. A. BARRELET, Practical Watchmaker. MAIN STREET. SILVER CITY.NEVADA Watches, Jewelry, etc* All kinds of Watch Work carefully done and warranted MARK A. KELTON. AT TO R NE Y A T L -4 W, 3« SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA CITY. Bureau of legal a>d depart - mental Information—P. 0. Box 441. Washington, D. C. All business with hi* Bureau may be transacted through VIARK A. KELTON. Attorney at law Virginia City Nevada, our Regular Correspondent to wo m applications for information may be ma le. Alex. B. Stewart. Drugrglst and Apothecary, MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY.NEVADA. J. W. WHITGHER, ATT« RNE Y-A T-I. A W Office—No. 4 Odd Fellows' Buildiug. mJO-lm LINDSAY A DICKSON, Attoneys at Law, OFFICE IN THE BANK BUILDING, EN TRANCE ON TAYLOR STREET, Virginia City. Nevada. B. C, WHITMAN. W. 8. WOOD. WHITMAN & WOOD, Attorneys at Law. OFFICE-THIRD FLOOR BANK OF CALI FORNIA BUILDING, C STREET .COR NER TAYLOR. VIRGINIA, M , SCHNABEL, Physician and Surgeon, MLVi'E CITY, NEVADA. Office—Next Door to Stewart’s Drug Store. LAW NOTICE. CHAS. H. BRYAN, Attorney at Law DAYTON, NEVADA. Will practice in Lyon County ami any Court in the State. L. T. COWIE, ATTORNE Y-AJlVLi A. W . ROOMS BAH (Over SchoneAeld & Cook’s) SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA. JNO. A. McQUAID, Attorney and Counselor AT LAW, 102 H South C Street. Room 2 (up stair*), VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA C. B. BELKNAP 0. R. DR LONG De LONG A BELKNAP, Attorneys at Law, OFFICE-BLACK'S BOILDINO (l'p Stairs) COR. C and TAYLOR STREETS. tiro in la orry.Nevada M. Kirkpatrick, ATTORNEY AT LAW, VIRGINIA - - NEVADA J. POWELL. Jr., Attorney at Law, DAYTON, - NEVADA. OFFICE, NEAR JACQUA’S, PIKE STREET* Will practice In all the Conrta of the Sta JOHN CROXIX. Attorney at Law SILVER CITY, NEVADA.] Office at the Jnstlee'n Con rt. R. H. TAYLOR, Attorney at Law ROOMS 8 AND 9, PIPERS' BUILDING, COR. UNION AND B STREETS, | VIRGINIA - - - - NEVADA W. O. COXWELL, DENTIST, Office: Main Street, Opposite Yellow Jacket Engine House, GOLD HILL, C. B. ZABRISKIE, M.D., PHYSICIAN vie SURGEON, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. OFFICE—On Gay street, opposite the Plaza. Calls attended to at all hours. Dr. JOHN W. VAN ZANDT, Office: >'o. S.j S. C Street. Virginia. (Opposite PERKINS' Drugstore.) Office hours—From 12 m. to 2 p. m., and from ti to 8 P. M. DR. J. GRANT, OFFICE-SOUTH C STREET, OVER HATCH BROTHERS STORE, VIRGINIA CITY - - - NEVADA Office Hours—12 m. to 3 p. m. ; and 7 to 9 p. m. G. W. KEITH, Attorney at Law, DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR LYON COUNTY, NEVADA Office Court House. Dayton. STONEHILL & FOOTE, A TTORNEYS-A T LA W. ROOM 12 DOUGLAS BUILDING, VIR GINIA CITY, NEVADA. Drs. F. W. & F. M. Conn, SURGEONS <t PHYSICIANS, 95 South C Street, Virginia, Nevada. Night or Day Bells Answered. Union Market ! MAIN STREET, - DAYTON AT THIS MARKET can be found at a times. Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Corned Meats, BEST RENDERED TALLOW, Specially prepared for Mill use. HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS 1 Meats delivered to Customers free of charge. WINZELL & CAMPBELL FREIGHT DELIVERY. GOLD HILL.NEVADA ALL kinds of Freight coming over the V. A T. Railroad to the Gold Hill Depot, Delivered in'Silver Citylon Rea sonable Terms. Mark Goods “CARE T. G„ GOLD HILL.1' THOMAS GALLAGHER. SILVER CITY BREWERY. Main Street, Silver City. FRESH. COOL LAGER BEER, Brewed from pure mountain water, delivered to all parte ot the county. Best Wines, Liquors ami Cigrars. PHILIP GEYER. T. A. 8TEPHENS, Attorney and Counselor AT XjAW, I OFFICE IN PIPER'S Bl'ILDING, Corner B and Union Streets, 1 _ . - VIRGINIA, NEVADA. Hotel Accommodation ! Livery Accommodation ! Stage Accommodation MESSRS. JOHN A ALFREB BENNETTS FBTAKE pleasure in announcing to the .1. traveling and resident public that their new and commodious hotel, the 8ILVER HOUSE, SILVER CITY, : : NEVADA Is now thoroughly and completely furnished4 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 all 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 and 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. Clean and Comfortable Stages, good Teams and careful drivers. The patronage of the public is respectfully soliciiod. Hay, Oats, Barley and Wood FOR SALE'! In quantities to suit, and delivered to any part of town. JOHN BENNETTS, AND ALFRED BENNETTS. Silver City, Nev., May 10.1075. Warm Springs Hotel J. D« KERSEY, - Proprietor 11HIS POPULAR PLACE OF RESORT, situated at the State Prison, one and a half miles from Carson City, Offers the best accommodations as a Place of Resort to be found in the State. The Hotel is First-class: the Bar stocked with the best Liquors: and the SWIMMING BATHS of Pure, Running Warm Water. Concord Coaches run every hour from the Principal Hotels of Carson direct to the Springs. Give us a call DEPOT HOTEL AT THE DEPOT, RENO.—..NEVADA WM. R. CHAMBERLAIN, PROPRIETOR fMlHIS house is situated beside the Railroad M. track, and it is but a step from the building to the Cars of the C. P. R. R. on one side and those of the V. k T. R. R. for Steam boat. All the attachments of a First-class Hotel are supplied. All the Passenger trains stop in front of tbe Hotel EYADA ^ OI SE. LOWER MMX STREET. SILVER CITY. WM. THOMPSON. PROPRIETOR. Board c4? Dodgins On Most Reasonable Terms. T I I IS 13 A. R, Is supplied with the best Wines, Liquors Cigais. A share of public pa tronage is solicited. Golden Eagle Hotel! Pike Street—Dajrtoi. Nev. J. H. JAQUA, Prop’r. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAN. ! SIENT AND DAY BOARDERS. Splendid Bar connected with the House M. FRETT, Private Boarding & Lodging MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEV. WmriLL CONTINUE TO SPREAD AS ▼ ▼ good a table as can be found in the State. Rooms are supplied with tine Spring Mattrasses. The public are invited to give me a call. American Rotisserie, 58 South C Street, Virginia City, Nev. JOHN' MONACO A CO. Have removed their popular lunch stand to DR. SPAULDING'S SALOON, 58 South 0 Street. First-class in every respect. Give u a call. MONACO & DILP1N. PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. H. HARRIS, [At New Orleans Mint, 1847 A 1848; San Fran cisco Mint. Is54.) Established in California in 1854, and in N# vada in lSilO. Having had twenty years expek ience iu Assaying on the Pacific Coast, the undersigned can guarantee correct as says ou Silver, and Gold Bullion, as also on Ores on one ounce basis. Charges as reason able as the nature of the work will admit. J. R. SHAW, DRAI.KS in HAY, CRAIN A WOOD, MAIN STREET, DAYTON. STOCK B04KDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK DRa Ha Ra FOWL£R< (LATE OF CHICAGO) Has permanently located in VIH&INIA. CITY NO. 90 SOUTH C STREET, Where he will be pleased to see all who i need his services. The Doctor has had many years’ experience in the treatment of CHRONIC DISEASES, And feels confident that he can give satisfac tion to those who will give him atrial. LADIES—Those of you suffering from dis eases «peculiar to your sex, call and get the Doctor’s opinion. Having had an ex tended practice in the line of your diseases among the rich and the poor, his position in his profession has given him access to all the modern improvements of the day. CA TARKH—Th« first step to Consumption or Bronchitis —he never tails to cure. Those suffering from any affection of the H^art, Throat <»r Lungs will do well to consult him. RHEUMATISM is very difficult to handle, yet the Doctor can show many testimonials of perfect cures, even in this section. Call and see the Doctor. He charges you nothing for his opinion, and if he prescribes yon will find his charges light. Office hours—From 9 to 12 M. and from 3 to O-JOP. M. H, R, FOWLER, X. D, 90 SOUTH C STREFT. VIRGINIA CITY AGENCY OF THE Nevada Bank of San Fran cisco, AT VIRGINIA CITY. NEVADA. Deposits received and accounts kept either in Coin ' r Currency. EXCHANGE ON ALL POINTS purchased and drawn by the Agency upon SAN FRANCISCO AND NEW YORK, Both in Coin and Currency ; also, in Ster ling on LONDON AND DUBLIN. BULLION P L RCHASED. TELEGRPAHIC TRANSFER MADE. COL LECTIONS MADE AT ALL POINTS. Stocks, Legal Tender Currency and Nation* Bank Notes bought and sold. GEO. A. KING, Affent, Virginia City, Nev., March 2, 1875. AT WILL & CO'S Western Mining Agency, 240 MONTGOMERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. . v Mining Stocks Sold A Bought Offices iu New York. Philadelphia & London Visitors to the city invited to call and mak* our rooms their head-quarters. Mining Companies Incorporated and Work ing Capital Furnished. Interest of Locators and Shareholders at tended to. Mines Registered and described. Information relative to Mines, Ores, ote., iven. [28-2pw-tm] P. O. Box 771. KELLY & HOFER, Stock Brokers ? CORRESPONDENTS IN SAN FRANCISCO. J. H. LATHAM A CO. OFFICE IN COUNTY BUILD INGS, CARSON CITY. BULLION TAX "VOTICE is hereby given that —” the Taxes op the Proceeds rf Mines and Mining Claims FOR THE Quarter ending March 31st> 1876, Are now due and payable, and that the laws with regard to their collection will be strictly enforced. O. E. NASH, Assessor Lyon County. Dayton, Nevada, May 15, 1876. HENRY WOLF, —AGENT FOB— J. W. Shaefer & Co.. San Francisco, Manufacturer* of the Celebrated *-* ••GRl'.EA SEAL CIGARS” J ** —OFFICE AT— STERNS & SONS’, GOLD HILL. Orders promptly attended to. AN DOE A MOREY, Agents S. F. Stock Exchange FOR NEVADA. The reliable Mining Journal. Delivered at 25 teat* a Week. Leave orders at the Times office. S. P. SCANIKER, ATOHXEY-AT.il A "VS* , NOTARY PTBI.lt'. Commissioner of Deed, for California. General Commissioner, Etc. OFFICE IN WEI.LS FARGO'S BUILDING. Vii'ijinia City. J. L RICE, (Opposite Vssey House,) GOLD HILL, ::::::: NEVADA. HOME MADE CANDIES A Specialty. A NEAT ICE CREAM SALOON, l Fresh Straw berries Every Dey.