LYON COUNTY TIMES.:
FRIDAY.AUGUST 4, 187G j
Morn In* Bonrat.
Wr.nxjtsDAT, Ang. 4.
835 Ophlr, 53 52«« WM«4 52.
3633 Mexican. 37 37S 37 4 36* 36 4 37 37 4.
.890 Gould k Curry, 164 16 4 16 4.
1255 Beat k Belcher. 494 49 48 4 48**.
1.160 California. 66 4 664.
1480 Savage. 219* 22 21 \% 224 22', 22?,b30
1875 Con. Virginia. 504 M**U5 59 4 594 59.
135 Chollar. 98 96 97 97 4
3016 Hale A Norrroaa. 12 12»4 114 11V
605 Crown Point. 124 12 12‘*.
12.10 Yellow Jacket. 29 \ 29 4 29\ 30ol0.
2100 Imperial. 5S 5 4T|.
675 Alpha. 41 42 424 414.
50 Keutuck. 12.
300 Belcher. 184 184 184.
370 Oonfllenc*. 17*4 18bl0.
545 Sierra Nevada. 16 4 164 16‘, 16’. 16.
DO Utah, 17 4.
55 Bullion 42.
415 Exchequrr, 1C 15** 154 134 IS**.
45ft Overman, 81 80 804 81b5 80 81.
40 t»eg. Belcher, 79 80
33ft Justice, 23 244 24 4 24 4 24S.
liWSO Union. 134 134 16 13'*.
1280 Lady Bryan. 1 IS
1170 Julia, 94 94 94 9.
250 Caledonia, It)1*.
After mown '.Board
50 Meadow Valley. 50c.
ilO Eureka Con., I24.
100 Alps. 14 IS
6J0 Leoparu. 11 114.
30 J'-ffenM»u. 1.
490 Gila, 60c 35c.
235 Panther. 14
675 NYrtheru B. lie. 17 17 S 18 18 4
*2200 liwaac.t.lS 110 1.05
• Geli. i'bo iioi, 1 ’* I**.
Atkl Metallic. 50c.
In t,w »C -u, *•«'.
♦ 4.5 .New C -*k. 2,24.
4.81 t -iilen • . ari.U. 4 ►* -.
60* Kti»ckerl» . kcr, 4 >c 50c.
IjM v«lot> Id.-.
i* o it tin *.**«• 2424.
lAI SitNerUul. 7 , ; 14 8.
♦2 » Challenge. 4*4
NV lidU.tul 2S JS l
333 New A w*. 1 9k- VMc 9>.
7d d vl iental 3 « 3s*.
*220 Alt 1. 4 4 4 ‘4 * v
3U» wo-mIviLc. 1'» 1 1
73 i«*4v W.4Shti»gl ii.24- >
20 K KKiilii. 14
M3 Mi .1. Ak
343 kudea. 2 4 2'*b3 2 4.
7 0 Wei * Fargo. >, lJc.
A30 War l. 14 1 ,.
30d Leviathan. • 85c.
4n0 Nv»ilh Con Virginia, 75c.
5iO Proapect, 0 v 64.
280 M ryland. 75c.
225 Oroiuc . 2
23 W »t Belcher 1
JOd Silv r City. 75. .
«tw Uuiou. 1. 1410 15 4.
310 Alpha. 41 40 ,.
1241 Laly Hrymti. 1 4
515 Oou. Virginia. 58'* 58', *8V
87V) Met lean. 37 37 4 3* 4 36 • 37 a, 1»!0 37 41*5. :
1183 California. 6.V, 6605 66 63 *4 •**>’» 60. .
l.M Beat A lit 1 Ut r 48 ,
lW) Yellow J % ke.. 2.‘ > 29S 29*, 29 Sb3.
50 B- Icber, 19 4 1*4
Horning lira* ret.
Wr.l>NK*l>VT, Aug. 3.
140*. Ophtr. 5* 51*4 54*.* *>4<* -Y3 54’# 53bJ.
1940 Meih ati, 4s1, 3S iP , AS1,.
440 Goul I X Currv. IT.
:ei; Best A Belcher. 49 S 5o MX MX 5ib3.
hj.\ CiUlornU, Ai*, 66*4*10 60?# 07.
1SUJ s#v»,f. 23 x 3 i.
315 U>a. Virginia. 33^ 33',.
103 Cliollar, 97.
MX) Haie & Nti»crM». 12X PJ*i 12 12*. 12’*.
793 Crown Point, 11 , 14‘* U « 14'»1*5.
>45 Yellow Jacket. -»2 X 33 «1 X 2J'**l>5 31’i
U3‘* *2 ‘, 3iS»l>i» 32 X d-hb».
1370 liaptrial. 3*,UW 3*4 3Xbl0.
2*0 lie ituck IS*, li‘,.
4o’» Alpha. 43 4 44 4J‘» 111*.
»-iJ Belcher. 23 X 2*X 22 X
25> C mOdeme. 19 l.«*4.
2 ;20 Sierra Neva la. 17 17 V, 1«C, 16\.
l.M I tah. I* * 1 ».
10 Bullion. 42 x
AM K»Cliet|Urr. 16 13 *4 13 V
l.*3 Overman. SJ +* V
10 S-g. Belcher. S3.
MO Justice. 23 23**bio.
1*73 i'uhm. 13 x 13 1 IV. 15
4150 Lady Brjrau, 1‘* 1 v IS#.
120 Valley. 3o* 5.V.
5 1U> m *u l X Kir. 9.
«VS Kurvka cm.. US m, 12 . 1 12 V
f*M Jackaou. Ox J * 0 1-2.
413 Alp*, r#
430 I,ropard. 10*4 11 10 0 X
100 Panther. 1 x.
1230 Northern Belle. ."2 23 34 23\ 20 .
1713 lluaary. I 03 1 10 1 07.
Ml i4*n Thowaa, 2aA).
400 Metal li . 50c.
30 M ana tie Id. 25c.
100 M kUv. 4KM
430 New Coao. 2S 2*4.
1330 Julia. 9*4 9*, 9 9 tbl0.
4*0 Caledonia, 10 , 10',
AM Knickerbocker. 30e j.
7U0 Glebe. *# l.v.
695 Baltimore 3*4 2*,.
a) Silver Hill, s Sb5.
363 Challenge. 4S 4', 4*# 3.
40 l>a ton. 5*4.
930 Hock ialaud. **» 2 1-2 2\ 2\ 2 V
J300 New York. 1
160 Occidental. J*4 4.
443 Wuodvill*. 1 U Ik
533 American Flat, 1.
6J*0 Alta. A*, & 12.
21M Mint. AM.
100 Seg Caledonia. 23e
1,130 Lady M'aahingtcn. H\ 2 l-S.
50 K*»*suth. 1 1*2.
430 Audes. 2\.
123 Florida, J 1-2.
S50 Well* Fargo. I4e 13c.
100 North Carson. J3c
120 Wa d. IS* IV
XVI Leviathan, J.
AM Auiaauu. 30c.
330 North Cou Virginia, 75c 70c.
1A> Proepewt, I 7 13.
1AM Mary laud. 73c.
100 Lee. 11 2
430 Cromer. 2 J'*bJ0.
C It l' Ill'll IlllMUlVKKSST.— Till*
Catholic church has ucen uuderg i '
repairs for some time past, hut is
am nc.ily c >ui;>l t.'d. It has
painted i i> I • ii *u\ ..i i pr,*s nt»
ij iitc i :i it i; ;> r i ico. I i • > i,i g
a ui wills .us’ n .ii', tin* s- at» .*r;
Ueully i;r..iuo»j, Uie clya.u'i; 111151 «v
white, aud ttie whole lias been
diessed in harm d -us ■ >1 >rs. Tito
painting was done .>y VV. ti. Lester
and taiiiy redeots the exiebr.il 111 .li
ner ia winch tn it geol.emia per
forms work intrusted to him.
Hksionko.—Captain P. II. Scott,
who for along time past has held the
office of superintoudout of the Kos
suth mine, lias resigned h's place
N. J. C-d man has been appointed
iu his stead. The new superintend
ent took charge uf the affairs of the
.mine at the beginning of tile week.
Miskrs' Union IUix.—New seats
are being constructed for the hall of
the Miners' Union which, when c»m
Sleted, will furnish silting accommo
atious for several hundred persons.!
The seats are finely made, aud the
trail is a credit to the miners of
The Piblic School.—Little
boys and girls may now get ready
their books and slates and prepare
for the coming tussle frith hard
woids, big sums, and the unremit
ting surveillance of the teacher.
Larger boys and girls may begin to
! look over tbe pages where they left
j off in tho last week (they can easily
dud them by the thumb marks),
and begin to calculate bow much
they have lost during the brief
weeks of vacation. But if they have I
forgotten a little they must unt he
discouraged, for older ones have
done the same thing until it is
hardly possible to find ten men in a
hundred who can extract tho square
root of a number or perform the
problem of the couriers. The men
have retained the impressions that
these operations made upon them at
ttie time, and iu their every day life
they t xpeneuce tho benefits derived
from them in tbe workings of a
trained mentality. But we liegau
with the intention, not of dwelling
upon the benefits of square root or
i algebra, but of telling the pupils of
' the pn'- In' school that the same will
l>e open on M inlay next Let the
classes be ret-t.iihly full on the
first day an t iijereov show to tbe
leaeliers that you are glad to meet
j R; M >v\i„.—O ir friend Mr. Barre
lef, the accomplished j-weler and]
w .tclnu ik.-r. Inis removed Ir mi his1
1 former pi tec f bu-i.iess i it • more
1 c min di us a d comfortable quar
! tors the next d "T to the south. The
j new pi ice i- m re like to business
laud intentions of permanent trade
| than the old one, and bespeaks a j
| widened compass of enterprise with
j'he proprietor. Mr. 15 rr. let begin!
j in a small way, ae.d by a strict utten- i
| tii>ii to business uilil a thorough
j know ledge of the art which he fi,- |
! lows h is grown t > respectable pro- I
| (Hirti ms—wo mean in a e muii Teiil j
I sense. We may here adit that he
has served an apprenticeship where •
I the celebrated Swiss watches arc
in nle, and is quite competent t >
manage and rep dr any of those intri
cate hornlogical mechanisms. Per- !
sons having tine watches may he shiv i
of having them properly treated hv |
him should they need the attention j
of a master hand.
Govkknou Tildex is perli-ip' wait
ing for the close of the heated term
before he writes Ids letter of accept- ,
anee. It is hard f<*r a fellow to be
brilliant when the mercury is up
j into the nineties. Besides, Tilden’s
I declaration will be measured by
| Hayes' document of the same kind,
land it is difficult t> write a good
| thing even in the most favorable
1 temperature with a lofty example
(before one which Ins to be over
j reached and outdon . The people
! await with resignation and high ex
1 ]>ectation to hear from the little ring
j breaker. They will no doubt be
treated to something fine in the letter
j line when it does come.
j various and singular formations that
| tue shaft of the Virginia City Com
i Company lias passed tlirough have
been remarked upon time and again.
For the past thirty feet a character
of conglomerate suggestive of the
bed of a lake has been penetrated;
then a stratum of sandstone, and
now the bottom of the shaft ts in fire
clay. This is considered a good in
dication of coalj which they expect
to strike at a depth of ..00 feet. The
shaft is now down 105 feet.
Mil1 ok a Mink.— Mr. James
Judge, the civil engineer, has been
engaged for a day or two past in pre
paring a map of the underground
workiugs of the Vivian mine. So
far as it is completed the tu ip is a
skilfully drawn representation of
cuts, levels, shafts, stopns, etc. Mr.
Judge s cuis to be thorough in hia
in >f. ssi.el.
M .s mc 11 all.— tVituiu a day or
.» t . da- no II >11 will ha\t*
j»j-*t: i.i iyi.. i-f i >v itcsl mu! re
cm ■ • i.*n. At (iitfsf.it the plaster
t*i'H .a.v* 4" ► i 11 * 4 * 1 *V ‘ » l UjMlI it
i ,i ,-ti . i >t t i <•, 1 ;, ml tin*
\\ a in i u li t* .li* I t • . •; .i . iii tfiS
t*n a id.ti is I i I.i.* r appearance.
Toe li.dt of tin* M .* ms is a very neat
If vnii want eireulara.
If you want hand tolls,
If you want envelopes,
If you want business cards,
If you want neat bill heads,
If you waul lasly letter heads.
If you waul nice visiting car.Is,
It you want the best of hall works.
If you want auy kind ot job work,
(stave your orders at the Titles of
Ilia*, and you can aecure them on
short notice, at low rates, and in the
best style. *
Notice.—S. Cohn will leave here
next week on Wednesday, and all
persons owing him must settle lie
lute that time to save costs. *
County Commissionbus.— The
Board of County Commissioners will,
meet on Monday next.
Stone Qcauut.—A portion of the
stone used in the construction ot' the
Masonic Hal), Gold Hill, is taken
front Hank Blanchard's quarry, El
Dorado Canyon. It is a fine char
acter of granite, similar to that used
in the building of the Dayton Court
house. It is supposed to be a fire
proof building material. Mr. Blau
chnrd is not only a good citizen but
also a man of a religious turn. We
are therefore glad to see him succeed
so well in his new enterprise of lime
and grauite quarrying. A large per
ccntage of what he makes in business
is devoted to the enlightenment and
christianizing of the far off heathen
and tlie advancement of Sunday
schools. To hear Mr. Blanchard
talk one would think he was propri
etor of a'l the missionary institutions
in the Western Hemisphere. This,
however, is not so. While we are
ready V say that the gentleman is
punctiliously truthful, we are at the
same time as free to add that he
sometimes exaggerates in connection
with his o" n Christian benificence.
All holy people should buy their
lime, sandstone and granite from Mr.
An Additional Stout.—A. Bar
relot, the jeweler, has concluded to
add to the liigllt of his house and
place of business, which is situate
just ou the thither side of the road
froiu Frett's excellent boarding
house, and yesterday a couple of men
were m muted on the root, or rather
under the roof, screwing it up with
powerful jacks to the necessary ele
vation ab ive its former resting place.
We opine that the corpulent and
good-n ttured jeweler was praying
the winds to mind the 111 selves the
while, inasmuch as should a genuine
Waslme zephyr sweep through the
canyon the stilted roof might be
coaxed away with the gale. In a
'eiv days it will lie secured, and Mr.
Barrelet will have a roomy place.
We d i not know what u-e he designs
for the upper story, but perhaps he
will live in it. II iwLeit, it is the
business of no one but the gentleman
For the Isen.vte.—Mr. Tln-o. S.
Davenport is a candidate for re
election to the State Senate. His
announcement is published else
where. His record us Senator is
the l)-*st recommendation that could
possibly be produced in favor of
containing him in that office. Mr,
Davenport is a gentleman of wide
information, and has resided so
i long in this porti it of the State
that he knows exactly what hisoou
’ stituents require. When with these
favorable considerations is joined
| the fact that he has had experience
! of no small compass in matters of
legislation, it will readily be seen
and conceded that Mr. Davenport
is a candidate who cun come before
the people aud assure them of intel
ligent representation in return for
1 their votes.
l . - j
Proceeds ok Mines.—We extract
: the following from the quarterly rc
i port of the City Assessor of Virginia
| concerning the yield of the mines for
the quartet etnliug Jnne 30, 1876.
The mines included in the report are j
the Chnllar, Con. Virginia, California ■
and Ophir. The highest average |
value per ton is accorded to the j
California. The greatest number ot i
tons extracted was from the Con. Vir- !
ginia. The total number of tons ex- j
traded for the quarter w as 87,517£. 1
The average yield per ton was $82.25. j
Tlie gross yield of \alne, $9,280,
562 25. The deduction allowed for j
extraction was $2,797,482.15, leaving :
a net yield foi taxation of $6,579,- !
756.06. The city tax ou this amount j
Foil Sueriku.—By reference to
the political advertisements published
to-day it will be seen that our pres
ent Sheriff i- a candidate for re-elec
tion. lie will come Indore tlie He
puoliean convention for the nomina
tion. Mr. Cooke has during his term
of . tli o, on more thau one occasion,
shown himself an efti lent Sheriff.
He is also personally an upright gen
tleman. Tlirre is perhaps uot an
other mau in the county who is at !
•nee so available and competent as
be. Tlie office of Sheriff is an ini- I
port mt o,,e, and when an iocumlient
li .s tieeii tried and found both worthy
and lit for the place, it is often the
very best thing to keep him in it.
Mr. Cooke we believe to possess all
the requirements of a dutiful S leriff.
A Meuk Rumor.- Current gossip
says tli it a certain young mau of this
town, of prep Messing appearance,
gmid position and well established
character, will ere another moon
shows its full face to us become a
blissful benedict. His name -we
would like to mentiou it, but the i
proprieties and strict confidence step ;
iu and forbid. Her name—it must j
oe guessed until a week or so ahead. !
Behold, ve bachelors, and t|ke uote ,
of this circumstance. Life is short '
at most aud bliss is plenty at least, if ;
you will but pluck it from the tree i
of current opportunities
A Reminder.—There are a great
number of our esteemed patrons
wh.. are considerably in arrears for
advertising, job work ami sub
scriptio is. Notwithstanding our
calls they consider the duna are not
intended for tnem. Now, we wish
it understood that all who are in
debted to Thf. Times are respect
fully requested to settle ou next
collection day. We want money. *
Tnheo. s. DAVF.NPORT announces
himself a candidate for re-electv-ii for
State Senator, subject to the decision of the
Republican Couuty Convt ution.
RA COOKE ANNOUNCES HIMSELF
• a candicate for ref lection for Sheriff
of Ly»n county, subject to the decision of the
Republican County Convention.
Justice of the Peace.
Atait announces himself a
• candidate for Justice of the Pr-aoe of
Silver City township, subject to the decision
ot the Republican Couftty Conventi n.
The National Republican Ticket.
Rl'THEKFOKD B. BAYES,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
WILLIAM A. WHEELER,
OF NEW YORK.
Silver City. July 28, 1876.
Pursuant to notice the Lyou County Kepub.
lican Central Committee met at the Postottice.
Silver City, at 12:15 P. M. for the transaction
of such business as might come before it.
Present. Dr. Walter Buncher, W. R. lung and
Theo. S. Davenport. The Committee was
called to order by Dr Walter Buncher, Chair
man. The first bus ness in order being the
appointment of two members of the Commit
tee t*» fill the vacancies occasioned by the ab
sence from the County of Geo. 0. McFadden
and William Thomas. On motion of W. R.
King. Mr. Frank Kenyon was appointed for
Silver City, anti J. C. Gruber for Dayton Ou
motion of Mr Iviug it was decided to hold
the primary election on SATURDAY. AUGUST
191 *•, ami that delegates to the Republican
state aud County Conventions be elected at
that time. Polls to be open from 9 o’clock A.
M. to 7 o’clock 1*. M. on that day The judges
or a mujorxiv of them, are authorized to close
the polls in tin ir precinct bt tween the hour
of 2 o’clock P. M. and 5 o’clock P. M. if they
deem it eipedient.
The d« legates to the County Convention are
apportioned as follows: Dayton precinct, 6;
Silver City, 9; Eureka Mill, o; Sutro, 2; Chur
chill. 2; Walmska, 1.
The delegates to the Sta*e Convention are j
apportioned as follows: Dayton, 2; silver i
Citv. Fnrek. M:’l 1
DAYTOJf—Court House. Judges, J. C.
| Gruber. J. P. Sin.s aud J. II. Jaqua.
, SILVER CITY—Engine House. Judges, J.
M. McGinnis. Theodore Vinson and Tnouios
.El UEKA MILL—Mill Dili w. Judges, Thos
Copelnn 1. Ht riuan Kuch aud Luke 1\ Smith.
SI I iiO—Ebuer's Saloon. Judges, Thomas j
Was tell, I'homos Teddy aud Levi Lamb.
Clll UCHILL—At S. S. Buc laud's. Judges, j
. S. bu. k!»iij, Uu^'1 C.riiug aii.I Geo. \V J
W A DC SKA—Cleaver’s Ranch. Judges, K.
Cleaver. H E. Swasy aud J. Robinson.
Or. motion it w»> decided that the County |
Convention be held at the Court H use in j
Dayton, on SATI KDAY. September 30, 1S7C». ;
at 10 o’clock \. M . for the purpose of norni- (
natingtbe following tic&et, to-wit:
Oue state Senator,
Oue County Clerk,
Oue District Attorney,
One Cou ty Treasurer,
One County Recorder.
Oue County Assessor.
One Public Administrator,
Oue County Superintendent of Public
One County Surveyor.
One County Commissioner (long term),
Oue County Commissioner (short tern:).
Oue Justice of the Peace iu each pxvciui t.
One Constable in each precinct,
Thr »e School rruste. a for each school dis
trict. Oue for the loug term and two for the
Test to be taken by each voter at the pri
maries. Did ' ou vote for a majority of the
Republican ticket at the last general election?
And will you vote fur the nominee* of the I
Republican Natioual. State and Couuty ticket
at the ensuiug election?
Ou motion it was resolved that the pn*ceed- !
inga of this meeting be published in Thk *
Ltom County Ti*re.
WALTER BENCHER, Chairman. !
Attest: Tuko. S. hoKNPOHT, Sec’y.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT AND REVT
si on of the Constitution of the State j
of Nevada, passed at the seveuth session of
Resolve.I by the Assembly, the S-nate con
curring That the Conatituti >u of the State
of Nevada b»* amended as follows:
Aiueud Section one of Article IX of the
Constitution of the State of Nevada ao aa to
reail as follows:
Nactiou 1 The Usual year shall commence
or the tl-*»t .lay of December in each year
Passed January ID. 1875.
Resolv d. by th« Assembly, the Senate con
curring. Th «t our history a* a State ha» taught
tia the necessity o(> revisiug the iXmatitutiou:
we the*ef re recommend the el* dor*, at the
neat election for member* of the legislature,
to vote f ur or against the calling of a Co*'ven- j
tiou for th- purpose of revising the Coustitu- ‘
lion of the State of Nevada.
Paused. February IS. 1875.
I hereby carttfy the foregoing to be true
copies from the original enrolled Ueaolutioa*
on file in tny office.
Witness uiy hand and the Great BcaI of
State. August 1. 1876. [Seal 1
J. D MINOR. Sae> of Stata.
WILSON A BROWN,
lid SOUTH B NTKfcKT, VIRGINIA. |
AFFIX AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
of I'tuKrtak'Tfc' Good* tlwiy. on han.i
I'oJftu*, Hhtvud*. otc.. itc. Kcrv. uui Ow
lt*E rni.hfd whwi dwirvd. Alt -huvw .
No. 16 South C St.,
VIRGINIA CITY, - NEYADt.
COHN «fc ISAACS.
SELL CHEAPER j
% Than any of their competitor*.
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc.
COHN & ISAACS
COHN Ac ISAACS,
White House Clothin? Store.
For Lake Tahoe !
Leave Carson daily on arrival of the morning
passenger train from Virginia City,
and arrive at the
Lake Shore Hnnse, Lake Tahoe,
In time to connect with the splendid
For all points on the lake the SAME D AY,
inclu liug T»hoe City, and stages for Truckee,
Dotmer Lake and Summit Station, on the
Central Pacific Railroad. Returning same
day. leave Lake Tahoe on arrival of steamer
from Tahoe City au 1 other points on the
lake, and arrive in Caraou ill time to connect
with the 4.io r. x. tram for Virginia.
Klesrant Private Carriages and
Unties and Spirited Teams!
Cau always be obtained at
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
J. M. BENTON, - - - Proprietor.
HATCH BROTHER 5,
Xo. 20 Mouth V Street Virginia.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
J. F. CUTTER & MILLER'S EXTRA
WHI SKIES !
UAVE ALSO ON HAND A FULL
FRENCH AND ENGLISH GOODS,
or ALL KINDS.
POULTRY AND FISH.
Always on hand and received daily.
t/" Goods delivered in Silver City every
Tuesday. Thursday and Sat unlay. In Gold
Hill and Virginia every day.
FREE OF C H A R G E .
MOODY &R10RDEN !
THIS ELEGANT SALOON IS NOW OPEN !
AND IS 'TOCKED WITH THB
Best of Wines,
Moody & Riorden,
UVi SOUT H C STRKKT.
Union Market !
MAIN STREET, - DAYTON
AT THIS MARKET can be found at a
BEST RENDKKED TALLOW,
Specially prepared for Mill La®.
HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS »
Meats delivered to Customer* free of charge
WINZELL ft CAMPBELL
Livery Stables !
MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY.
fl^un uud v i ni|i Uru uatlun ini
M. Renovated his well-known Stables, is
now prepared to t'uruish
bdsaI?dle“horses ! '
At very reasonable rates.
By fair dealing with everybody, and in
every particular. 1 hope to please all.
WST Remember the place— Ike Brick Stable.
J. F. ANGNLL, - - Proprietor.
LOWER MAIN STREET
Silver City, Nev.
('IHOICK Beef. Hutton. Pork. Veal. Lami
J and all kinds of Sausages. Meats dts
livered to customers in any part of the dis
MARK STRAUSE. HENRY COPT
Paints, Oils Varnishes,
Window Glass Wall Paper,
k. rm likb or..
ilsx.B. Stawart’s Itray Stars.
Carson Exchange Hotel.
NORTH CARSON STREET,
fOppostt® the Poosengrr Dr pot)
CARSON CITY, : : NEVADA.
MI LLER k WEBER. : Proprietor*.
r|NHIS EXCELLENT HOTEL IS WELL
^ located, well arranged and well fur
nished. The rooms are large and well ven
tilated sml hxigera may depend on every
thing about them taring scrupulously clean.
We claim to have
THE BEST COOKS IN THE STATE f
A those who patronize our dining-room moot
aiimt. A sp«oi«iis
SITTING AND READING ROOM!
And a snug bar finopMed with the bent quality
ol 'Vines. Liquors *Dd Cigar* We beg leave
to -tat*- that we attend to the bustnssa of tba
hotel &nd the wants of oar patrons in person.
V. A. Muller A P C. Weber.
TRUCKEE, s : : CALIFORNIA.
JOHN F. MOODY, : : Proprietor,
Txhe nearest and most conven
. it ut point for tuurisU to leave the C. P
Lake Tahoe. Webber Lake
and Sierra Valley.
SUgM crrying Welle, Fargo k Ce.'a Ex
pre*» leave till, house uaily for .11
point, of Interest.
EXCURSIONISTS end TOURISTS
Accommodated with private conveyance,
on'reaaonable term* Paaaeugera by tbl* line
can ret a-aured that none but aober, reliable
driver* are employed.
julylT:.im. JOHN F. MOODY.
Summer Tourists' Resort!
John McKinney's, Lake Tahoe.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE FOE
tamiiie* to pa** the heated term. Steam
er* arrive and depart Irnin McKinney’* twice
daily Thia ia acknowledged to be tho
Best Fishing Grounds on the Lake!
BOATS AND FISHING TACKLE FREE !
Everything in goon atyle and at pricea with
in the reach of all. Give me a call.*
jylTma JOHN McKINSEY.
The Fast Kauninsr, Dvnblt-Decked
4 ‘ Governor Stanford, ”
Master aud Proprietor,
Is making regular trips to all points on I.ake
Tahoe, carrying pass-ngem, the T*. S. Mail
aud Wells, Fargo k Co.'s Express.
SPECIAL CARE GIVEN TO THE ACCOM
MODATION OF PASSENGERS.
LEAVES TAHOE CITY daily at 9 A. M.. on
arrival of stagrs from Truekee.
LEAVES GLEN BROOK daily at 9 P M., us
arrivai of Bcutuu'a stages from Cirsou.
(C P. S. R.)
... AND ...
fWIHE ROAD FROM SUMMIT IS MOW
and in good order to Tahoe City
aud Hc-t Springs.
DAILY LINE OF STAGES!
Carrying U. S. Mails to Tahoe City, Mot
Springe, Webber aud ludependencs
Lakes, uioktug connection with
Steamer •* Governor Stanford,”
lyit For ail points on the Lake. 3a
SILVER CITY. NEVADA.
[At New Orleans Mint. 1847 k 1648; San Fran
cisco Mint. 1864.]
Established in California in 1864. anu in Ne
vada in 1860.
Having had twenty years expes
leuoe iu Assaying on the Pacific Coast,
the undersigned can guarantee correct at*
•ays on Silver, and Gold Bullion, as also on
Ores on one ounce basis. Charges as reason*
able as the nature of the work will admit.
fVSHS UNDER MP HATING COM
*. menced bu rte In Silver City, ere
prepared to execut lord era in their line.
Clothing ide to Ordwr.
Cleaning and airing neatly dene.
HOWARD & CO.
A few door* below Odd Fellow*' Hal ,
| MAIN STREFT, GOLD HILL.
Hearse* and Carriages.
Furnished for Funerals.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN l
Four full rigged ox trams, with
Wagon*. Chains, etc . all complete and
in nrat-clae. order, and as good as csa b#
found on the Truckee river For further par
ticular. applv at Stanford's mill, live miles
above Truckee. JOHN KNEELAND
BAT HORSE, SADDLE MARKED, WHIT*
mark on forehead. < fore and on*
hind foot white; weight, »' pounds: It hud.
high. Liberal reward wi be paid for the
delivery to JAM. SHOWERS.
_ Dayton Mine.
M. KIRK ATRICK,
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