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-WHOLE NO. 379 SILVER CITY. NEV., WEDNESDAY. AUG. 30, 1876. VOLUME V. NO. 35.
LYON COUNTY TIMES. 4FFICUL PAPER OF LYON COUNTY. *nMtehed twj Monday, Wednesday and eveiT 1 Friday moraine, br FRANK KENYON. TERMS: » Per month. H «> air month.... S.00 One year.. M OO Delivered free to weekly enbacribere in 811 . rer City, OoM Hill. Virginia and Dayton. 1 advertising medlnm In Nevada. rmXD BKOOM 8 a*en* tor the Tuna . to receipt ajonem CM*, and 8 tor eaheertptJooaat that place, tCBATS BT TiE WAY. When a butcher tumbles from his cart.« meteor falls. What was Richard III. before he was “himself againr Father Hyacinths is about to enter the Church of England. Queen Victoria weighs over one hundred and eight; pounds. The man who carries all before him—Tue wheelbarrow man. A man should never be contented with bis tot until it is paid for. A kiss for a kick—BHstow stump ing Vermont for the Republicans What species ot love is never re ciprocated 1 A neuralgic affection. The first furnace in America was built in Pembroke, Mass., in the year 1793. The weather is so hot in London that the ioe cream ignites by sponta neous combustion. “Matchless misery’* has been de fined to be having a cigar and noth ing to light it with. One New York fruit dealer has re ceived twelve tons of currants the .yield of oue New Jersey farm. The nearest liviug relative to George Washington is said to lie Or. Lawrence N. Washington of Texas. Why may a tipsy man fall into the river with impunity! Because he won't drown as long as his head swims. The Jewish Chronicle estithates the number of J*ws in (treat Britain at 51,AW, of whom 39,833 reside iu London. Gen. Joe Lane is 83 years old. He is living in a small frame house on a spur of Uogue River Mouutain, in Oregon. What is the difference between the dress of our grandmothers and our • sisters 1 The former wore pinafores and the latter pinaback*. The only father that is exempt from takiug care ot his baby daughter is the locomotive eugiueer. lie cannot leave his eugiue aud teuder. Brown says he is iu for retrench ment and reform—retrenchment in the sixe of the bustles and reform iu the length of the tilting traius. Throe brothers, sous of the Siamese twins, jointly cultivate a tine farm in Jackson, Mo, making a handsome profit on large crops of tobacco. There is muen nutrition iu ban ni ne. Humboldt said “an acre of bananas will produce as much food for man as tweuty-iive acre-* ot wheat." Said Mr. Tuple; of Danbury, feel ing softly ot hi- noM», “1 don't want to dp too hopeful or -n iguia-, ut l believe that I am going t ■ h tv • a boil."—The Danbury Nr*-. “Are these eggs poached!" in quired * rust mier o! a c nor ii rest aurant keeper .at hu Atii 'um i station. “Yes, ikh,’' replied Sambo. “Dev t —dat is, de chickens wot laid Vtu war." A Witty Woman's Shari* !*rac TICR.—Twenty years ago a Liver pool steam packet company wuhe-l to bnv land of a woman, tbe sold it cheap, bat got a clause in ttie agreement that during her whole life aha and a companion migut at •ay time travel free in the e >mpauv'a Ttieeli The dav after the bargain akt eold her furniture, let her tioaae and went on board the ontwar<l ^Wid vosael. Since tbeu ahe has always lived on some ship of the ] company's, accompanied by a wo jman companion, for whom she ad vertises and whose paaaage m »ney ahe pockets. She haa mule over *410,000 in this way.—Albany Joor Livery Stables ! .MAIN 8TRBKT. - 8ILVKR CITY. _ _ havtae lalars*4 sad Us wsll-kaowa atsbtos. Is NORSKS I J. 9. ANOEL.L, . . Paoraiaroa. Summer Tourists Resort! John McKinney's, Lake Tahoe. rIKOHK»PE8T ASD BEST PI.ACE FOR f eTntilen t-» |««<i lh> heated term. 8te*m eni ftrrivi* lud depart from M' Kinuev'H twice daily This la acknowledged to be the Beat Fishing Grounds on the Lake! BOATS AND FISHING TACKLE FREE! Everythin! In good (tjle tod it print with in the Rich of ill. Olr* me i roll. JylTmS JOHN MoKINSKT. F. H. PHELPS, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, south or v. a t. r r depot. Carso* Citt, Nevada. jpHYSICUSSr PRESCRIPTIONS CARE fally compounded. Order! from (broad promptly executed et reeeooeble priori. "hehey wolf, —AGKHT roi— I. W. Skatfar ft Co., San Francisco Manufacturer* of the Celebrated e — ———-« OREnr B AL riGARB" —ornca AT— STERNS A SON’S’, GOLD H1IL Order* promptly attended to. t.i.TTUUL. ruLir uni. UNION IRON WORKS. OFFICE. WO 80UT C 8TRRET, On the Divide. Tyrrell A Reese, Manufacturer* of STEAM IfOinS A BOILERS, QUARTZ MILLS AND ALL STYLES OP MACHINERY, P. BARNES’ LIVERY, FEED ANQ SALE STABLE, MAIN STREET, DAYTON Hore.e Boarded and Groomed b' Careful Attendant*. O^The beet Mnitle amt Double Turnout! to be found in the Staf* conetautly on hand. VARIETY STORE, PIKK STKKKT, : : DAYTON. 1TAKK PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY friend* In Davton and vicinity that I have opened a VA.RIBTY STORK ! NEXT POOR TO THE DRUG-STORE. And sill k**p on hand good assortment of Cigars sad Tobacco. Confoctionory, Stationery, Fruit and Notions. M. C. HICKEY. Washington Market, MAIN 8T. SILVER CITY. NET. PAUL GROSS, /■lAKES TREASURE IN INFORMING THE ■ ituuiH i Silver City and vicinity, mat he contiuuen to keep v>n hand tho chol .•e*t of BEEF. PORK. MUTTON. VEAL. SAUSAGE, COliNKl) MEATS HOME Cl KK1» HAMS AND BACON vrUK RRNPERKD LARP IN CANS WILLIAM H. HILL. Special Agent for the Home Mutual & Faneuil Hall Fir* Insnrmirc Compani*!*. Ota* with J. A. Bm-nwr Ho rn • "AHUB HOIsK. VIRGINIA, NEVADA. ■a^Sp**cial attention paid to ouWide busineaa and placiux large riaaa. W. H. HILL. A. BARRELET. P . ctfcal Watchmaker MAIN STREET. SILVER cm. .NEVADA Watches. Jewelry, et^ All kind* of W»«rh Work c***f«ll» i. Fimunn. B. Duimuh.m . . Am PKNKHAUSBN A CO. WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS, Ml uhI sm I'rwaaI Mrrrl. SAN r RANCH SCO.CALIFORNIA. All o(dan promptly Utond'd to. ud lb pAtooaaa* of thm Trad* oollrttod. Nevada Broom Factory, DAYTON,-NEVADA. 9M. E. JAqPA, ~ - . . Pro’r. WNoImaI, Maaufaeluiwr of BItOPMtand IRUtHlf Orta* ravoottnlly aoltoltod ud promptly MM. W'PR^Oqp ■BASONARL&'NS J. J- BRAMAN, I M. 0-, Physician and SSnrrcon, Ofllee—South V. a T. R. R. Depot, next door to F. H. Phelpe- drag (tore, Carson Crnr, Netada. AH, CALLS PROMPTLY ANSWERED. PIONEER SALOON. MAIN STREET, DAYTON. O. a FISH.PROPRIETOR Beet Lodging Room* in Townl The Fluent Barber Shop I Superior Llquore and Wlnee Carson City Assay Office. A. IIEBBERLISG & CO., CARSON CITY, : : NETADA. Order* left wth John O. Fox, oppoeite the Plena. ANALYTICAL ASSAYS Of all kin la promptly attended to. Metallurgical advic given. P. O. Box i4. KELLY & HOFER, Stock Brokers! CORRESPONDENTS IN SAN rRANCISCO J. H. LATHAM * CO. OFFICE IN COUNTY BUILD INGS. CARSON CITY. JNO. W. CRIER, . Broker, Notary Public ....akd.... COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR CALIFORNIA. OFFICE -WELLS, FAROO A CO.'S BRICK BUILDING, SILVER CITY. NEVADA MARK A. KELTON. ATTOBXKY AT LAW, SS SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA CITY. Bureau of legal a>d depart nieutal Information—P. O, Box All. WaahlnKton. D. C. All bnatnaaa with hi* Bumu mty b* trauaarttM through HARK A. KELTON. Attorney it 1» Vlrvlnia Utty Neva,la. our Regular Oorrmpoadent to wl> m application* for information may be mail*. S. P. SCANIKER, ATDHNK Y-AT-L AW \ OTA R Y PrBLH', Commissioner of Deeds for California. General Commissioner, Etc. OFFICE IS WEI.L8 FARGO'S BUILD TNG. Virginia CJitv. T.A. STEPHENS, Attorney and Counselor AT UAW, OEFIOE IS PIPERS BUILDING, Corner B and Union Streets, VIRGINIA. NEVADA. JOHN CRONIN. Attorney at Law SILVER CITY. NEVADA. Offlrr at fhr inuln>'» Voerf. R. H. TAYLOR, Attorney at Law ROOMS « AND 9. PIPERS' BUILDING. COR. UNION AND B STREETS, » VIRGINIA --- - NEVADA J. W. WHITOHER, A IVOR X »: Y-A T-L A W Ornc*—No. 4 Odd Fellow,' Building. _ in'JO-lm LINDSAY A DICKSON, at Law, OFFICE IN THE BANK BUILDING. EN TRANCE ON TAYLOR STREET. Virginia City.Nevada. B. e. WHITMAN W. WOOD. WHITMAN ft WOOD, Attorneys at Law. OFFICE-THIRD FLOOR BANE OF CALI FORNIA BUILDING. C STREET .COR NEK TAYLOR. VIRGINIA. L. T. COWIE, ATTOBNK Y-ATT-X4A W . ROOMS saw (Over Sohou,H«ld A Cook'*) SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA. JNO. A. McOUAID, Attorney and Counselor ▲ T LAW. 109i. SoothO Straw*. Room 9 (up *Ulm). VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA tv a. uuiur o. m. di uim DeLONC A BELKNAP, Attorneys at Law, OFFICE—BLACK'S BUILD ISO (Up SUlrml COR. 0 wad TAYLOR STRUTS, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA STONEHILL A FOOTE, ATTORXKYS AT LA W. BOOM IS DOUGLAS BUILDING, VIR GINIA CITY. NBYADA. C. H. BRYAN, ATTOBNRY-ATM.AIWI, Hpwh BelMlecddfUmt, VIRGINIA CfTT, : NBYADA. Hotel Accommodation I Livery Accommodation ! Stage Accommodation SESSRS. JOHN A ALFRED BENNETTS TUKE pleasure in announcing to tha traveling and resident public that their new and commodious hotel, the SILVER HOUSE, SILVER CITY, : : NEVADA ts now thoroughly and completely furnished* and ready for guests by the day, week or month. The table will be supplied at all times with tha very best the market affords, and the Rooms are large, well ventilated and desirable. They maintain it as a thor oughly flirt-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 Auimals, 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 ginla Omnibus Lines. Clean and Comfortable Stages, good Teams and careful drivers. The patronage of the public is respectfully solid;**!. Hay, Oats, Barley and Wood rOR SALE! In quantities to unit, and delivered to any part of town. JOHN BENNETTS, AND ALFRED BENNETTS. Sllrsr City. Nbt.. May 10.1ST*. E. W. CO WEN, ... .DEALER IN.... Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Boots A Shoes, Tobacoo A Cigars,* Stationery, Confectionery, Jewelry, Toys, MEERSCHAUM PIPF.9. . YANKEE NOTIONS, Trunks and Valises. ■T'REMEMBEK THE PLACE NB« MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. Warm Springs Hotel J. D. KERSEY. - Proprietor FMNHIS POPCLAR PLACE OF RESORT. JL situated at the State Prison, one and a half miles from Oaroon City, Offers the best accommodations as a Place of Keeort to be found in the State. The Hotel is First-class; the Bar stocked with the best Liquors; and the SWIMMING BATHS of Pure. Bunniug Warm Water. tGT 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 THIS houae la aituated beaide th< Railroad track, and It i» bat a step from the building to the Cara of the O. P R. K. on one aide and thoae of the V. ft T. R. R for Steam boat. All the attachmenta of a Flrat-claaa Hotel are supplied. All the Passenger trains stop In front of tba Hots) Ice ! Ioe !! THE PROPRIETORS OF THE STAR Market are prepared to furnish parties with the famous. Trnckee Ioe! In quantities to suit and at reaaonable rates. ICE DELIVERED FREE TO ANT PART OF THE CITY. Oirs this Ioe a trial. HENRY OOETZ. May IS, 1ST*. MARK STROTSE. Golden Eagle Hotel! Plk* Strwwt—Daytaa, Naw. J. H. JAQUA, Prop’r. BBT ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAN. 8IENT AND DAT BOARDERS. Splendid Bar connected with the Mouse M. FRETT, Private Boarding & Lodging MAIN 8T. SILVER CITT, NET. WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD AS *ood a table aa can be fouud ta tbe SUte. Rooms are supplied with line Spring Mattrasaee. The public an invited to give me a call. UNION HOTEL, (Fireproof Brick Building) MAIN STREET. * ___ Opposite PIKE, | ® hTTOM, MET. THE ONLT FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN Lyon County. J. C. GRUBER. Proprietor. Alex. B. Stewart. Draggist ood Apothecary, MAIN STRUT, SILVER CITT.NEVADA. M. KIRK PATRICK, ATTORN ~ T-AT-LAW. ▼I OPiU CITT. : ; : KITAOi It. MCQIXlflS. B. B. RBIOK silver crr\ LUMBERYAFvD McGINNIS A CARRICK....Pro 4 Main Street, Silver City Psalen In all klnda »t LUMBER, SHINGLES, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS. MOULDINGS, Etc., Etc., Etc. Particular attention paid to Fnrnlshlng Mill and Mining limbers. A. WAITZ, (Lata Register of the United States Land Offlee at Carson Citj) ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office—Corner King and Carry streets, Carson Citt.Nevada. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO APPLI cations for United States Patents for mining claims; Virginia and Gold Hill town site loti; pre-emption and homestead claims and the procurement of patents for the same, ^ill prosecute all contested land and town site cases before the United States Land Offlee. Over four years’ official experience. ECLIPSE AXD CBOWX POIXT LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES. Main St., Gold Mill, SIMON OGG - - -* PRO’B. Buggies, rockaways and car riages 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 dr month in the best manner. Everything in and about the establishment New, Clean and Comfortable, and arranged in the best style. HOUND HOUSE STATION. L. T McLAlN.Proprietor. All trains atop long enough to sample h 6tock of WINES. LIQUORS f CIGARS ranev Drinks concocted Tn the highest style of the art, by one of the best Mixologists in the State. CAPITAL SALOON. Main Street, Hold Hill. LOWREY * ENOS POPRIETOR9. Having Refitted, Decorated and generally improved the above establishment, we invite a share of public patronage. Two of the Finest Billiard Tables in the City. THE BAR IS STOCKED WITH THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. SIlYLR city brewery. Main Street, Silver City. fresh, cool lager beer. Brewed from pure mountain water, delivered to all parta oi the county. Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. PHILIP GEYER. Palace Saloon, MAIM STREET. - SILVER CITY. Refitted and Refurnls hed! Miking it the most attractive pl.ee in the State. The Bar U stocked with the Sneet WIRES, LIQUORS .nd Cl G A R 9 . •^Private room for Card Partiee.^ea Drop in at the PALACE. W. L. ECKERMAM. T. D. EDWARDS, Attorney and Connselor-at-Law, Carson City, Net. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS of this Stale. Having an associate Attorney at Washington, especial attention will be given to obtaiuiug patenta to public lands and mines aa well as suits and business generally before the Departments. Dr. JOHN W. VAN ZANDT, OBIre: So. 85 S. C Street. Virginia. (Opposite PERKINS Drug Store ) Office hour*—Prom 14 m. to 4 r. and from # to 8 r. m. DR. J. GRANT. OrriCK-SOl’TH C STREET, over hatch BROTHERS’ STORE. VIRGINIA CITY - - • NEVADA OSi-e Hours—T] M. to S ». a.: nil 7 to • r. ■. Dr*. P. W. A P. M. Conn, SURGEONS A PHYSICIANS, 95 South C St root. Virginia, No«a9a‘. !tl(ht or Dv Bolts Anawwad. W. o. CONWELL, DENTIST, Offloe: Main Street, Op posits Tallow Jackat Bnalno Hoaaa, GOLD HILL. J. R. SHAW. HAY. GRAIN* WOOD, MAIN STREET, DAYTON. v«OOC BOAHDBD BO THE DAT l)HHtte« DBS. KIRBY & SCHNABEL Physician* and Surgeons. ^JFFICE—AT DR. IIRBT'H 90 aidonce, Ms In street. Gold Hillr DR. KIRBY'S hours, from 12 k >4 P.M. DR. SCHNABEL st all hoe „ day or night 1~ WEETF fiZMER, rtrr and Jr Bar ia Baa Havana t. n** jestic Cigars TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS. A One Tirietj of MEERSCHAUM. AND ALL KINDS OF Pipes and Stems PLATINO CARDS, ETC. No. «1 South C Stmt. VirglnlaCity. Cigar Factory, 425 Front Street San Franclaaa JJclipse galoon. Gugnina & Mitchell.Fra'a >o. 10 South C Street, Virginia CARSON BREWERY f AGER BEER Delivsred to all parti JLd Lyon and Qrmeby Counties. Address WAGONER ft KLEIN, CARSON CITY.NET ADA CAMPAIGN SALOON, PIKE STREET, DAYTON. H. B MARK WELL, Proprietor, Keeps on hand the best Bar Stock in the County. CLUB ROOM ATTAC&DD. ARMORY HALL BILLIARD SALOON. MAIN STREET, SILVER CITT. NEVADA. l^OTES k HALL CALL ATKNTIOH TO i-w their Superior Stock of Wines and Liqnors. They ktn one of the beet end leteet improved BILLIARD TABUS for the see end pleasure of their mnny friend* Chrysopolis Saloon, MAIN STREET, SUver City.Benia ADIT BELOW POST OF VICE. ...» WINES, LIQUORS A I# LBS CLUB ROOM ATTACHED. JOSEPH MUNCKTON. PKOP’R WASHINGTON SALOON Ha. South C Stroot cnioicrKT uraemia or Whiskies, Brandies. Wines, Ale and Porter, OLD EENTTCEY GOLD DUST WHI8ET, BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS. *T A hearty welcome to Silveritee "N* Oney end comfortable CLUB BOOM for the eccommodetlon of gueeta. Cell end teat the hoepitalitiee of HEXRT STEPHENS. TERMINUS SALOON, W. H. DAT.Prop’r, Opposite Petaluma Bill, Lows* Gold Hill. CHOICE BRANDS OF^WIXES. LIQUORS. ele. porter end oigere constantly sa hand. Silveritee ere invited to drop in end •ample the supply on hand All 'buaeee eta* at tlila place a reasonable length of time refreehmeuta. SENATE SALOON Main Street, Gold Hill. (Oppoeite Liberty Englne-Honae.) THOMAS E. FINCH.Proprieter. The Cholcaat WINES, LIQUORS. ALES AND PORTER. BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS It# ThU new and elegant aaloon U fitted niti Uriah etpeuee. with »i>leudld work* of art adorning the well*, end at the peer are two of the lateet atyle GRECIAN CURVE BILLIARD TABLES, the only uew one* that are or ever were in the town. ThU Saloon i* the Antal and moat eouiuodion* in Gold Hill. A FREE LUNCH DAILY. Opew at all hoar*, day atf and yaaayaS ai«ha CUE Groceries and Provisions. J. D. SIMS ft Cf>. UKALJERS IN CHOICft FAMILY GROCERIES,* WINES. LIQUORS. TOBACCO awn CIGARS CLOTHING. BOOTS tsn SHOES. HATS asd CAPS. CBOCEEBT, GLASS WARE. Etc , EiVw Rio. t^Call on tt* before perchaatag ataawhar* Plkw Street -ORYten. New. DR C W. BETZEl, ▼IlflRlR City, X«T. r ^|ffic - aruttsc Rjrrm build me. No. M North C street. P. O. BotUl. ORae Heete—* a. a. to I a. it.. IS i.telr.i. ia.ee tr e.tr wAo I y «.