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TTE9DAY.... MAY^9, 187« STOCK REPORT. (Furnished by Andot. rf Mnrty.) Morning Board. Mokpat, May 8. 2[>hir .223*34%: 10*53% ; 100*33%b3; 5*334. extcan 673*324; 330*32% . SOwNRdO. Oould k Curry. 170*17; 10*10%; 315*16%; 60* 10%. • | B*et A Belcher.. 110*53; 340*53%; 45*54; 20* 54 %: 320*344: 80*54 % b6. Calllornls 20a77 %: 180*77%; 80*77 %; 45*78. Savage 145*16%; 90*16%. Con. Virginia 505*73; 225*73%; 320*72 %; 200* 72%. Cbollar . .10*31; 80«a0; 30*80%. Crown Pou t 25*16%; 13*16%; 53*16; 44*15%; 50*134; 40*15%. Yellow Jacket . 100*35%; 114*25%. Imperial.. 1410*4%; lto*4%. Kentiick.. 230*19. Alpha .40:i46 %: 90*40: 40*46%. Belcher 440*19%; 73*19%; 10*19%: 100*19%; 60*19%. Sierra Nevada. inOilf.; 193*13%; 20*15%. CUli 30*21 h,; 100*21 J4 ; -*0*22. Exchequer. 115*18; 110*17%; 50*18%. Overman.. I0»6l; 55*63; 205*61 %. J n Slice 330*23; 30 .22 %. 50*22 %: 50*22 ; 70* 23%. Succor. .300.»50c. Colon Cou . .75*12%; 390*12%; 175*12%;50*12% slO. Lady Bryan.. 10<>*1 %; 200*1 %. ;»00*l %. Jtill*. 10*10 %; 160*9 \; 60*9 •,. 25*10. Cakokmia.. 400.i* %. irternnen lt<»i%r<l. Raymond & Ely .25*13%. Eureka Con... lOaM *. Belmont. .1*0*1 %. Prussian . 1"0*1%. Leopard. .^00*5; 80*4%. Jeff, rsou .2***1. Hussey.. 10*500. Tybo. .80*10%; 90*104. lieu. Thomas .350*2; 15*1 %; l.'iOal %; 10nl%: 3< i*l %. Co* » Con .300*40c. Golden Chariot.. 17i>*2%. South Chariot. .200*25. Poorman.. 100*50c. Globe . :-0(*a30c. Baltimore. . 10*2 %. Challenge. .50*44 Dayton 45*5%; 100*5. Beck Island. .100*2. New Y>-rk..tkd%. Occidental.. 50*3 ; 60*3%; 15*3* i. Phil. Sheri dan..350*50c. YVoodvllle. .100*2%; 29*2. Kossuth.. 140*1 %; liHlal %; 100*1%; 00C*l%. A ndes . 15*2 %; 05*2 %. Florida. .100rJ%. NY cl Is Fargo.. 1.0*%. North Carson. .200*20c. Niagara..‘200*1.V. Ward . 200*2; Vi*l%. Leviathan.. 50*%. South Justice.. 200*24. North Con. Virgiat*... 550*1; 50*1%. Prospect. .50*5. Trojan. 200*%: 100%. Morning SUr..liO*0%. Cosmopolitan.. 100*.0v\ Street tluotafions. 5 P M.—Mexican, 34. 34^*: Gould & Curry. 17‘,b; Beatfc Belcher, 55 H, 561(8; Savage. 16 4 Yellow Jacket. 26 v«, 26'„s; Alpha. 47b; Bel* dor, IDS; Oon. Virginia, 74b; California, 80b; Kache juer. 18b; Justice, 24b; Sierra Nevada. 16. 16 si b; Ophir. 5.5b, 56«*; Caledouit, 8 *4s; I'uiou, lJb; imperial. 4>jb. ^ Married. — On Thursday, May 4th, in Virginia City, Edward Dono van and Auua Grady, both of Am ador County, Cal. AVill Start Up.—The Sherman mill, it is reported,will start upwith in a wt%k. Preparations to that ■etTeet are being made. The Festival.—There will com mence on the 18th iust., at Armory Hall, a Festival for the benefit of the Catholic Church at this place. The i ladies and gentlemen who have charge in arranging the entertain- j ruents are well qualified for the <lu- 1 ties and will certainly make it a j grand success. _____ Mixer Killed.—Sunday morning I Felix Kenny, a miner employed in the Senator mine, became faint while j ascending the shaft, and fell a dis- • tauce of over 200 feet into the sump, ; being, it is supposed, instantly killed. It required several hours to recover the body from the sump. He was a native of Bangor, Maine; 30 years of nge. Accident at the Mint.—Yester day afternoon, while W. II. Stevens, Assistant Melter and Refiner at the Carson mint, was busy in piling jtip bullion ingots, a slide of some of those above came down upon him and one cut the forefinger of his left baud very badly. The flesh was cut clear to the bone, which was laid bare for more than nn inch. The wound was dressed as speedily as possible.—[Carsofi Appeal, 7th. Chronic Growlers. — There is more diversity of opiuion in this town as to how a local newspaper ought to be conducted tbuu ou any other topic under discussion. Those who are most dissatisfied with the paper are generally nou-aub critiers, but are willing to b >rrow an 1 peruse it with an uir of criticism that is really ast mishing. Their ideas of journalism ditfer very materially with those of the pro prietor, but it is a settled fact tiiat u man who never pays out subsorip tion money for a journal is more competent to carry ou a readable paper than an editor. The Spring Fashions. — The ladies generally follow the fashions more carefully thau gentlemen. Still every man who pretends to any j social distinction finds it actuaUy ueeessary to at least provide himself with three or four suits a year, as the fashions of the different seasons may dictate. But all are uot able i to pay $60 or$75 to a tailor for such, nor is it necessary, for the enter prising firm Of Cobu A Isaacs have recently imported from New York and San Francisco the finest stock of spring and summer goods ini-' agiuuble. Every variety of shade and Duality can be found at their clothing emporium, the celebrated , White House, No. 16 South C street. Virginia. I KosaaUt. A PKET AT THE WATER BOUND LEVEL*. Considerable interest has Itecn felt in this mine, not only only on ac count of the late unexpected strike of water and the progreM being made in lowering it, but that a large body of ore, or ledge, is known to exist. And the impression prevails (from the erroneous reports of several papers) that the flow of water came from the 500-foot level, caused by a cross-cut. Believing this, all inter ested parties were doubly anxious to ascertain the extent of the cross-cut, and the quality of the ore. To learn the true facts of the case, a reporter of The Times visited the mine yes terday, and through the kindness of Superintendent Scott was able to in spect the premises. WHERE THE WATER WAS STRUCK. The water was not struck on the 500-foot level, as heretofore stated, hut on the 350-foot level, about 800 feet fr to the shaft, and nunc from the we.-t side<>f the drift. The point at which the water broke through had been passed some ten days before the break occurred, nor was the drift following the west wall, but was en tirely in vein matter. The day be fore it lumst out, the west side of the drift was noticed to be swelling somewhat and falling oif. A short time before it occurred a fissure or seam appeared iu the qu.iltz, from which water was dripping. Word was irain diatelv sent to the foreman, but before he could descend the fis sure widened and the flow increased so rapidly that the men had barely time to gatiier their tools and hurry to the shaft; and when that point was reached the water was waist-deep. Some idea may be formed from Ho of the amount ot water, as it li id about 800 feet to flow to the shaft, and the drift is an unusually w ide one. It is thought that for a few hours tiie stream was equal to ABOUT ONE III NDUKD INCHES, For, notwithstanding both tanks were running ns fast as possible anil the pump working to its full capacity, the 500-foot levels were flooded and tiie shaft filled lip above the level from which it started. On Saturday it had been lowered below the <150 fimt level, but that drift could nut well bo inspected from the shaft, so ingress was gained through the air shatt. The drift is yet quite wet, but an inspection of the point from which the water issued shows it to bo caved in some ten or fifteen foot (probably to the west wall) and fully thirty feet up from the top of the drift. Men were placed at work yesterday, cleaning it out, but full shifts may not get to work before the latter part of the week. This water, coming as it did and from that point, is looked upon as a most fa vorable indication. There is certain ly a largo and well defined lodge, which, taking other and deeper mines as a criterion, must lead to more im portant and richer developments than heretofore encountered. Stealing Wood.—One would suppose that an article of such a low (!) cost as wood in Sdver City — that commodity bringing the trivial price fit from $12 to $20 per cord— would not attract the attention of pilferers. Oh, no! that thrifty class of our fellow citizens would he more likely to steal and carry off one of the rich gold mines of this district. Sucit was our belief—in fact, our es timate of this community was so higb we didn't suppose there were any such things as tineves among us. Out human joys are fleeting, and our j faith iu human nature was shaken, our complacent happiness blighted, the other day by hearing a hoodlum (there are hoodlums here also!) un bosom himself on the wood question. We asked him if it paid. “l*ay ? you bet! Why, last fail 1 had enough in the shed to last all winter, before cold weather came. We hain’t bought a stick o’ wood for two year. I S unetimes 1 help the teamsters uu- ! load an’ they give me five or six ] stick-, but mostly 1 steal all we use. ! If a feller got caught he might go to Carson for six or seven months, but then, they can't ketch me." Won’t he Killed.—Tom Treloro was evidently uot born to be killed A few years ago lie fell off the cage in the Yellow Jacket shaft, a dis tance of feet. A douse in the i sump was the only injury. About ten days ago lie fell out of the bucket while aseendiug the Twin Peak shaft. Iu this ease a full of thirty five fett ouly bruised him a little. The other day a pick fell down the same shaft nearly one hun dred feet, struck him uu the head, cutting a deep gash; but in a day or so he will be around again. Better to be born lucky than rich. A Full Stop.— Suuday evening Biug Williams aud two compau ions visited this place iu a buggy. They paid the toll as they came down, but concluded ou their re turn that the Poll Road Company was a monopoly, and being opposed to such, whipped their horses, ran through aud paid no heed to the de mands of the gate master. That gcutleman immediately telegraphed to Gold Hill, where they were ar rested by Odioor Saunders, aud yes terday afternoon were interviewed by Justice Wright. M1MSU ITEMS. Th« Tigress Silver Mining Com pany has Incorporated at San Fran cisco, to operate In Storey county, Nevada, with $10,000 capital stock. It Is expected that the new works of the Eureka Con. will be finished and started up by the 15th. It will probably require until the 20th to clear the shaft of water. The Meadow Valley Company at Pioche Is having shipped some of the finest and heaviest machinery that lias ever keen used by any min ing company in Kasierii Nevada. The W.iole weighs upwards of 300, 000 pounds. The White Pine News of the 6th, says: “On tho 100 foot level of the Star mine a very tine body of rich ore lias been struck, which shows a well-defined and continuous vein. It lias been demonstrated, by actual measurement, that there is stripped and in sight not less than $200,000 worth ot ore. The ore carries a large amount of ruby .silver, and strongly resembles tlie Manhattan ores at Austin. Gray Eagle, west ot the Star mine, is looking well. The principal mining being done is at a depth ol two hundred feet. The ore now being milled is of high grade. Tub 11 ousto.n Mine.—Mr. S. E. Gillis, ol The Enterprise, visited the Houston mine yesterday, in coin pany with Charley Brown, its super intendent. Gillis catue back to town covered with clay for the purpose, we suppose, of proving that lie had boen through the mine. He picked up on the ore dump a couple of specimens of ore which showed free gold and some fine black sulphurets. Mr. lirown informs us that lie will cut tile ledge at a lower level in about ten days, lie thinks, at which time he has no doubt of his ability to exhibit better ore than bo has yet developed. The ore of tho Houston, so far as taken out, shows a decided copper tinge.—[The Carson Appeal, 6th. Auction ok Town Lots.—Yester day, as advertised, Judge TV. M. Sea well sold at public auction, iu front of Joe Munckton’s saloon, a large number of town lots not cov ered or secured by United States pat ent-!. Many of these lots had build ings on them of different value, and had been paid for, but the trifling neglect in not securing a patent made them subject, sit the auction, to the highest bidder. S > although a man owned the house, it was necessary to purchase the lot before the entire property would become his. Sonic of the lots were very eligible, while others, being some distance from the business part of the town, were not so desirable. They ranged in price from fifty cents to nearly $500. As a rule the most valuable brought the least. For instance, the ground cov ered by the Dayton hoisting works only brought $20. In almost every case the owners of the lots bid them in. This could not have been done’—at least reasonably—if a ring of shrewd speculators had combined against them. Fortunately they did not, and all purchasers have a bona tide United States title to their lots. The amount realized from the sale was $2,522.25. A Suggestion.—For the past three or four weeks the mutilated carcass of a oueo festive hog has graced the lower portion of Main street. The atmosphere iu that vicinity is certainly not improved by its presence, and we have come to the conclusion that if it is not re moved shortly some of onr citizens may perhaps have to render a ver dict on the healthful influences of Steamboat Springs. From the hor rible gash in the side of the hog iti question, it may be inferred that it came to an untimely death in some underhand manner. The assassin is still at large and no reward is of fered for his apprehension; but a full pardon is promised if lie will put in an appearance and take lienee this sickness-breeding affair, aa the beauties of death are fast dis appearing. A Diu'xkkx Ixdia.v.—Yesterday about 12 m„ shouts, cries, groans and curses were heard at the Indian camp on the hill just west of town, which were kept up to the annoyance of the people for several hours. Upon looking in that direction old Xaehez could be seen wallowing around on tile side hill crazy drunk. Tile other Indians left him alone in his glory. Const able Miller has been for some time trying to discover who sells or gives them the whisky—for Xaehez has been on several tares lately—but so far no clue lias been obtained. Still it hail better be stopped, for sooner or later it will be traced, and then the wretch who sells them the whiskv will not only receive the full penalty of the law but lose the es teem of every respectable citizen. If vou want circulars. If you want baud bills, If vou want envelopes, If you want business cards, If you want neat bill beads. If you want tasty letter heads. If you want nice visiting cards, If you want the best of ball works, If you want any kind ol job work, Leave your orders at the Timrs of fice, and you can seeuro them on short notion, at low rates, aud iu the best style. * Silve* City 'Bus Tuu Table.— John and Alfred Bennett*, the enter prising and accommodating proprie tors of the Silver City ’bus line, have just arranged their time table for the spring and summer travel. The first 'bus leaves this place for Gold Hill at 8:15 a. M.-, the last at 6:15 P. u. The first leaves Gobi Hill to return at 9:15 a. m., anil the last 7:15 p. m. —connecting at each trip with the Virginia ’Inis and the dfferent trains of the V. & T. It. It. Careful and competent drivers will have charge of the teams, and all messages or packages will he attended to as di rected. Perfection.— Nothing is more difficult to attain than oven a com parative degree of perfection. In professions and scholastic attain ments proficiency may be acquired by years of self-denial and hard study, but in some branches of trade a line taste, a keen sense of tlie beau ties as presented to the eye or sug gested to the fancy, are needed. If anyone will visit the magnificent I dry goods establishment of A. Vaen berg. No. 90 South C street, they will observe by iiis elegant stock of goods that they have been selected by one who thoroughly understands his business. * “No. 108” is an even number, and it is more than an even thing that tile finest assortment of boots, shoes, gaiters, etc., are to be found at that place, South C street, in the large stnro of C. A. Noltemeier, of any other establishment in the State, step in and take a look at his spring styles. CAPT. N. STEARNS. IIEAIj ESTATE, Ceneral Commission, Business ...AND... COLLECTION OFFICE, Molls, Fargo A Co.'s Building, 11RGIN1A. NE VA PA. MONEY ! KONEyT ! . MONEY ! ! To Loan ou Stock or Real Estate. From j $500 to $10,000 ou hand. TO NEXT. House with 12 rooms ou D street, rent per month. $225; house with 0 rooms on G street, $50; house with 4 . oomson C street, $45; house with 3 rooms ou F street, SiO; house with 3 j rooms ou the Divide, $25. TO LEASE. A lot on C street. 15x15; lot on G street. 50x 50; lot on F street. 4 houses on it, and a lease for 30 years. FOR SALE. A house and lot ou >*. rth B street, price $1, 500; a splendid new house, hard finished, with with six rooms on II street, lot 25x50, cheap ! for cash; house aud lot ou N• >rtu C street, $2, j Ot'O; two houses <m a lot ■* i I street, reut for $sr» per month $J.400; lodging house with 10 rooms, centrally located o i C street, rent of house $70 per month. §2.000: lodging house on . ii street. 17 rooms. $1,100; lodging house on D ! street. S rooms. $1,400; liquor s&loou on South C street for sale cheap; boarding house ou I South C street, 20 rooms—house, lot and fur niture for sale reasonable; a good paying business for sde cheap; house aud lot ou Main street. Gold Hill, lot 4<'>x86, $1,000. Lots bought ami sold ou Commission. Genera! Employment Agency, etc. j : i BANNER BROTHERS, The Great Clothiers, Have iemoved into their New and Magnificent [Store, CORXER C AXD TAYLOR STREETS, Where they will be pleased to meet their old patrons and the public generally. Banner Brothers, CORNER OF C AND TAYLOR STREETS, VIRGINIA, NEVABA. CHEAP CASH STORE!! J. D. SIMS Sc CO. DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, WINES. LIQUORS. TOBACCO and CIGARS CLOTHING. BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS. CROCKERY. GLASS WARE, Etc , Etc., Etc. •yCall on us before purchasing elsewhere Mar Street.Dayton. Nev. ISAAC LEVERSEE, TYLER STREET. DAYTON. Full Assortment of BURIAL CASES, CASKETS, COFFINS and UPHOLSTERING GOODS. Carpentering and Furniture Repairing at Re dueed Prices, RUCTION SALES OF FUKNIUTURE AND BEDDING, EVERY TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, AT.M. M. FREDRICKS* AUCTION HOUS1. 62! MOODY&RIORDEN ! THIS ELEGANT SALOON IS NOW OPEN AND IS STOCKED WITH THE Best of Wines, Finest Liquors, Choicest Cigars. Moody & Riorden, oy SOUTH C STHEKT. Virginia & Truckee R. R. New Arrangement! LIGHTNING EXPRESS! • — QN AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY 1, 1876, Through Trains Daily Between VIRGINIA CITY and SAN FRAN CISCO, via Vallejo, will leave as foliowk: GOING WEST-WILL LEAVE Virginia City.at 7 00 P.M. Gold Hill.at 7:1.1 P.M Mound House.at 7:45 P. M. 'Jarsou Jity. at 8:40 P. M. Steamboat. at 9:31 P. M. Reno.at 10.05 P. M. Truckee.at 12:00 M. Sacramento.at 6:30 A. M Vallejo.at 9:10 A. M Arriving at San Francisco.at 11A0 A. M. COMING EAST—WILL LEAVE San F ran cisco.at 4.1K) P. M. Vallejo.at 6:10 P. M. Sacramento.at 9:15 P.M. Truckee.at 4:10 A. M. Reno.#t 6:15 A. M. Steamboat.at 6:45 A.M. Carson City. .at 8.01) A. M. Mound House.at 8:40 A. M. Gold Hill .at 9:18 A. M. Arriving at Virginia City.at 9:30 A. M. 1«. K YEBINGTON, General Sup’t. LOUIS GOLDSTONE, DIRECT IMPORTER OF NLHTLL f HARDWARE. 1TJL GOODS, il. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, J"TIOARS and WINES, TOBACCO Jf ItiUORS. iguox.v Mud CLOTHING. ML9 HATS, LUBRICATING OILS CROCKERY —AND— GLASSWARE, And a great many other articles too numerous to mention. Selling all my Goods, Wholesale and Retail, at the most reasonable rates, I hope to receive a share of patronage. LOUIS GOLDSTONE. Main Street, • Silver City, Nevada. Agent for tiie Carson Biue stone and Acid Works. Dayton Drug Store! TIKE STREET - - - DAYTON Constantly on Hand FRESH DRUGS, MEDIC1SES, MILL CHEMICALS, Toilet Articles, Etc-, Etc. DR. J. C.HAZLETT Will attend all professional calls in tha County. Yosemite Saloon. 34 SOUTH C STREET. Finest Liquors and Cigars Constantly on hand. .FI^E LODGING ROOMS To let by the day or week conneceed with the house. 0. C. STEELE, • Proprietor. Bonanza Saloon. MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. #. J. PETERS.Proprietor The saloon will be conducted on first class principles, and the Bar will always bo fully supplied with the best LIQUORS and CIGARS To be had in Sail Francisco or the Eastern Markets. Give the Alhambra a call and you . will be used ou the square. Headquarters for tverybody. J. J. PETERS. Palace Saloon, MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY. Refitted and Refurnished! Making it the most attractive place in the State. The Bar is stocked with the finest WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS . •^“Private room for Card Parties. Drop In at the PALACE. W L EC KERMAN. 58 SOUTH C STREET. VIRGINIA CITY. Dr. Spalding's NEW SALOON. The most superbly furnished housee of tb kind ou the Pacific Coast. FREE LUNCH daily. Hot lunch as usual, the fiuest in the •late. Nevadans are requested to give the Doctor* | call when iu search of something genuine to ■ take.___ PIONEER SALOON. MAIN STREET. DAYTON. — j G. C. FISH.PROPRIETOR. — • Best Lodging Rah>uis in Town! The Finest Barber Shop! •uperior IJquort and Wina C. A. iroiTSMEZES, M KTROPOL IT AN BOOT AND SHOE STORE MS SOUTH C STREET. ▼ntonru. tnrvADA, TAKES pleasure in informing the Citizen of Nevada, that his immense Stock purchased under his own personal supervision has arrived, and will be sold at pncea to defy competition. His stock consists of GENT'S, BOYS', LADIES’ and CHILDRENS BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, and he wishes all to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as he can and will offer superior inducements to any ; house in the Stale. Post Office Depot. T. S. DAVENPORT, ....DEALER IN.... STATIONERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO, NOTIONS, ETC. side Maid Street* SILVER CITY.NEVADA TAILORING ! I _ T^HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COM tneneed business in Silver City, are I prepared to execute all orders in their line. Clothing Made to Order. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Cleaning and Repairing neatly done. TERMS REASONABLE. HOWARD & CO. VIRGINIA &. GOLD HILL BUS BINE. LEAVING VIRGINIA CITY Daily at H.-30 A. M and every three quarters of au hour thereafter until 6:30 P. M. LEAVING GOLD HILL Daily at 9:15 A. M. and every three quarters of an hour thereafter until 7:15 P. M. Matin** close connection with trains of the Virginia & Truckee R. U. JaKE WHITE k CO.. Proprietors . MOUND HOUSE STATION. L. T McLAlN.Proprietor. All trains stop long enough to sample his stock of WINES. LIQUORS * CIGARS. Fancy Drinks concocted In the highest style of the art, by one of the best Mixolugista in the State. CAPITAL SALOOnT Main Street, Hold Hill. LOWREY 4 ENOS : : POPSIETOR3. Having Refitted, Decorated and generally improved the above establishment, wa invite a share of public patrouage. Two of the Finest Billiard Tables in the City. | THE BAR 13 STOCKED WITH THS BE3 OF EVERYTHING. DAN NOWLAN, IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL orders for CEMETERY & MARBLE W OK.HC At the shortest notice am) in the best manner T. W. McCREADY.FOREMAN. Shop at Entrance Masonic Cemetery, VIRGINIA CITY.NEVADA Nevada Broom Factory, DAYTON, - - - NEVADA. J GEO. E. JAiJl'A, .... Pro’r. Wholesale Manufacturer of BROOMS and BRU SHES Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled. **“PRICES REASONABLE.Nt* City Boarding Stable. C.PASTIAN - - - Proprietor. 129 Souui\ C Street, cor. of Flow ry, VIRGINIA.NEVADA HORSES kept by the Day. Week or Month. Saddle Horses to let. Wholesale dealer in all kinds of GRAIN. HAY AND FEED. Patronage of the Public Solicitde. PROPOSALS* ^JEALEP PROPOSALS FOR REBUILDING the County bridge across the Carsod river at Dayton, will be received by the Boarn of County Commissioners of Lyon County, Nevada. 1XT1L MAY 10* 1*76, AT 10 A. ML. Plans and specifications to be seen at the Oouuty Clerk's office iu Daytou. The Board reserve# the right to reject any and aii bids. Bv order of the Board. _J A. BONHAM, Clerk. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, MAIN STREET, DAYTON Horses Boarded and Groomed by Careful Attendants* B#"The best aiugle and Double Turnouts Is | be found m the Stato constantly on hand.