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LYON COUNTY TIMES. THURSDAY.MAY 11. 187« STOCK REPORT. [farnishrd by Ando* aE Marry.) Mornlnic Ro.nl. WB)»nmv, May 10. Ophlr .13.Aa.V.V;»50aM;ll0tAri. Moxtcau . 1:13.114Wall *;Ma.ilT.bJO; SOaiH'.aW). Oo1*M k Curry Mal71«;AA17A. Brat A Belcher. .4uaM.<t; Otters Ma$0?f; S3taB7. California M0a82; UlJaKIV; SaSIH: MaifibS; 10.31V «ara«r..l70al7't; ,<0.17'.; lOallS; lOOalKbtO ♦'hollar..lOaSHi; :WaSi; lOifiAH; llOaMB; 30a »S. llala .♦ Norcroaa. 13a.V>; ll3a"A; SOVu'i. CruW»>ulnt..«3alMi; l.Vtalti; siftiv Yallow Jacket. 490ail; ifcJTuii '.; uMa38 \; ha US. Imperial AlOuHa: H!i.7*4S. ■Cou. Ylrulnla. .liiaTo; O.'iH.'I'i; 30a731)10; *10a 74\blO; 1.74. Kentnck iwl.'i,; 173a 13; 10aUl«. Alpha 35«4<1; 1 iinf.t i, ; .via(»a4. Belcher 343»A1; 03x19*.; lOalllll; 3a‘*'i. C aillil uce AialHV Sierra Nevndu; UKTiatnit. I'tah.. ISO.;:!; lliia. l'.. Cide'doula ltkiaS**; SMaSN; UWaSliblO; li>a 8cg. Belcher. 5*Tl>. Exchequer .200*19; 103*18%; 60*18%; 51*18; 50*18%. Overman 10*68 %; 188*63; 100*64 Justice 40*28; 3.1*27 M : 70*27 % . 30*27%; lOO.i •*; 200*27blO, 93i*2fi\; 440*20Mi 50*26%; 73*97%. Hnion l)nn 940*13; 2*5*12%. L*dy Hry*n . 6co*l M. Juli*. .1075*9: 50*8%; 10*9%. Iflcruoun Hoard. Valley. .140*1. Kayujoiui k Ely .60*14:80*14%. Eureka Oun.. .50*11: 50*11%. Alps .3UU*2%; 300*2%. PruMlan.. 12.0*1 M; 150*1%; 100*1 Mi 200*1%. L« mp*rd. .125*5. Glia. .150*1. Belmont. 1:15*1%. Tybo .220*11; 70*11%; 20*11%. Northern Belle. 23* 40 Panther. .180*1 %. Hussey. .;K)0*43c. Je:T. rsou.. 50* %; 500*M. Golden Chariot. .50*2%; 400*2%. Poorm*u..loo*40c. Haiti more . 30*9 %; 173*2 \; 30*2 %. Gen. Thomas 2.10*1%. Coho Con 20“a5<K' Knickerbocker . .20J*75c; 50*%. Stiver Hill.. 10*8. Dayton. 50*6. Bock Island..20*2%; 10*2. Alt* .150*3. Woodville. 159*1%. K ssutti .340*1%. A ndcH W >*1 %b3: 7iH» ; 70*2 %. New Y rk KM* I „ ; 17*1 %. Occident*!. .200*4. Florid*.. 100*2 M. Europa. .75*70. North C*rsou. .100*17c, Ward . 45*1 % ; 211*2. LevluthMU 23®75c. North Oou. Virgin*. .373*1. Prospect. .150*4%. Cosmopolitan..K*U*20c. Trojan. ,323n%. Lee.. 100*2%. Mint.. 100*40c. Wells Fargo.. 100*33. Rlrcel Quotation'*. 5 P. M.—Mexican, 33b: Beat k Belcher, 56b. 56 %a; Savage. 17%b;Cboll*r. 82b; Hale k Nor oro**, 54b; Crv>wn Poiut, 13Mb; Yellow Jacket, ‘28b; Ophir, 35 Mb; Alpha, 4“ Mb; Con. Virginia* 74 %b, 75*, 74 Ms; Sierra Nevada, 16 Mb; Cali fornia. 81%; Exchequer, 13Mb; Justice, 26a; Union. 12%, 12%*; Julia, 9%b; Utah, 23b; Belcher, 19%*; Gould k Curry. 17%b. In Honor.—Flags of various sizes were thrown to the breeze yesterday in Gold Hill and Virginia in honor ol the Grand Centennial opening. Salutes were also tired. Returned.—Our friend “Slam’' Graham, one of tile old-time boys of this country, returned-yesterdny from a visit tv> friends in Sonoma and Ma rin counties, California. Pleasant. The weather is as pleasant these days as could be de sired. At night the moonlight is delightful, and during tin* day the temperature is just about rght. Personal.—Mr. M. J. Edgar, gen eral agent for The San Francisco Bulletin ami Ca!!, was in Silver City yesterday attending to business con nected with the papers he represents. Dog Tax.—If a tax were collected oh every dog in Stiver City, we should have to send for some of Tweed's Tammany graduate* to show us what to do with the surplus of public money. ‘‘Spring Chickens.”—The cheer ful chirp of the newly-hutched chicken ia heard in the hind, ami it is comforting to think that in tour or live years those birds will lie brought up'ti the table as "spring chicken.’’ Surveyed for Patents. — Yes terday Surveyor Hodman, of the firm at Browne * Hodman, Vir ginm, surveyed the lie Forest and South St. Louis mines, prepara tory to their applications tor United Stale* patents. Garden Truck.—Clieraslo’s gar den truck team, from his Dayton yanche, was in this placu and Vir ginia yesterday. It runs three times h week. The Davtou gardeners come early and oftuu, and are welcomed in this desert. Miner Hurt.— A man named Morgan Richards was injured ia tli' Lady Washington mine ycsterdaL morning about six o’clock. He w as working in tile bottom of tbe shaft when the cage was lowered on Iii4 No bones were broken, and under the care of Dr. Man sou he is d'dinr well. , Bulletin Aoexuv.—J. B. Mar shall, of Guld Ilill, lias received Hr jippoiutmeut as agent of The .841 JPrancisco Bulletin for his totyn anil jeUvur UiVlu.JIr.. JLifsliaJl is well known hereabouts, and will make a reliable agent. The Bulletin will be delivered by carriers. This town jvas canvassed for subscribers yester __ BONANZA CHOPPINGS. Weekly Summary of the Devil’s Gate District Mines. The mines are all looking exceed ingly well, and some of them show ing a marked improvement since our last report. Thow)recently troubled with water have-that troublesome di eincut under control, and are rapidly removing this main obstacle to fur ther auii deeper development. Be low will bo found the summary, us gathered from personal inspection; I WILM.VM I’KNV. This claim was located in 1959. The croppings ran be traced in a northerly direction from the mine for a distance of at least two miles; they are large and hold on the Wm. Penn, Vis a Vis and I’ride of the West, which are parallel leads a d are in the same incorporation. There is another lead running nearly at right angles with those aoove mentioned, known ns the Bonita, wliieli also lie I mgs to the Win. Penn incorporation. These different leads hive all been surveyed recently for the company, win have add d to their already val uable property a mill site, consisting ot eleven acres ot ground, on which it is presumed will bo sunk a work ing shaft at some future time. This mill site will leave ample room for waste dumps and milling purposes. In the meantime the company are running a tunnel, which will cut the different leads at a depth of about alMJ feet, lea'ing ore etopes for years Income. Considerable ore lias been milled from the croppings, but it was several years ago, when milling was high and we were not as familiar with tiie working of ores ns now. It is safe to say, however, that the mine will pay handsomely, as it yielded in former times about $3fi per ton, a targe percentage of which was gold. The company have had an eye to business in making surveys and perfecting titles, ami it is our opinion that if they should sink a good working shaft inside of their mil! site to a depth of seven or eight hundred feet, they would have prop erty comparing in value with any in the country, as it is probable the parallel leads will all concentrate at about that depth. The company is composed of experienced mine and mill men, and they arc sure to make the Wm. Penn valuable property. There has been sluicing for gold in the canyon all winter. This gold has evidently come from the Wm. Penn croppings, lying north and six hundred feet higher than the ravine. The rock in the face of the tunnel is extremely hard, but work is iieing pushed ahead by contractors on eight hour shifts. PAYTON*. The south drift on the 500-foot level is in d't.'l feet; tin* north drift, same level, 482 feet. Both are being driven ahead at the rate of about four feet per day. They are parallel with the ledge but outside of it. The south drift on the 300-foot level Ins laid the ledge bare a distance of 350 feet, ready for cross-cutting, which, however, will not be done until prep arations for the same are ready on the 500-foot level. The cast drift on the • 0-foot level, running to wards the ledge, is in t!2 feet, the face being in fair blasting rock. Making in the shaft, until a tew days ; ago, lias been suspended since April 1st. That work will now go ahead without delay. The depth is 742 feet, the bottom licing in ground much softer than that heretofore en countered. Quite a stream of water comes in from the north end of the shaft. Tins mine, taking every point into consideration, is one of the neatest and best managed on the en tire lode. SILVEB HILL. Both east and west cross-cuts from the north winze near the Justice line are progressing satisfactorily, in fa vorable mineral. They are cutting out for a new station on the m.ii'i in cline. to lie called the 550-foot sta tion. Xo further work will be done in sinking tile same until this is tin ished. There is quite a I envy tiow of water, but the machinery works effectively, the pump running at nine strokes per minute. GLASGOW. The south drift on the 300-foot level is in 85 feel, the entire face la> ing in quartz rich in sulphurcts. This drill is following the hanging wall. A cross-cut will soon be ran to determine the extent of t'li ledge. The water causes no inconvenience. A 4-inrli pump is ready to be placed in position for tins mine and the Amazon whenever necessary. AMAZON. The work on the 300-t’oot level is in i* 1 feet, fndowing the hanging wall In a few days a cross-cut will be startial toward the foot wail, which it is expected will reveal ago >d body of tire. The face of the drift is par tially in quartz of a good grade, eon taiuing a high percentage of sul phurcts. No trouble from water. DlltBY. Some of our mining cotempora rit-s have reported the depth of the shaft erroneously. It is 41 feet, and is «|U*1 if not su|>erior to any in the district. Two of the compartments are 4J x 5 feet, which will lie used for hoisting. That intended for pumping is 5 x C feet. The timber ing is of the most substantial char acter. ATLANTIC. Work going ahead witli most fa vorable indications. Cross-cut No. 4 is in 106 (hot. During the week several strata of good quartz were passed through. At present the fare of the drift is in quartz of a very encouraging nature. KOSSUTH. Water gradually decreasing by the combined efforts of the tanks sod pump. Men are at work cleaning out and repairing the 330-foot level. <>n «ur first page will be found a Util account oi tiie late water strike in this mine. HARTFORD. Work of cleaning out the tunnel and cross cuts progressing rapidly, some live hundred feet of the former being in good order. The niuin cross cut running north along the ledge is efear for over 200 feet. VIVIAN. This mine is looking well, plenty of ore being in sight. The old stupes are yielding their usual amount. Tile 60-foot cross-cut from the incline is showing well; also the main track floor or drift south. SOUTH KND. W"rk is progressing very rapidly. Shaft down 115 feet, in hard blasting r.a k. All necessary grading for ma chinery has been completed, and ne gotiations are pending for pmcbasing the same. DANKT. The water is well below the 400 foot level. Cutting out at that point for the now pump bob is the only work being done. All running smoothly about the machinery. BUCKETS. Work is being pushed ahead. Some trouble is yet experienced with water. The chances for a good body of milling ore are favorable. Ma chinery working well. COSMOPOLITAN. The raise has attained a height of 140 feet. The tunnel has advanced 73 feet past the raise, being in vein matter, with some good quartz. NIAGARA. The main incline is a liitle over 300 feet in d pth. A greater depth is desired Indore cross-cuts are run to prospt ct the vein. SOUTH COMSTOCK. Pushing ahead the main west drift in favorable matter. No trouble from water. NKW LOCATIONS. The following are the late*! loca tions made and recorded in the Dev il’s Gate district: Monakch—Located April 2S, con sisting of 1,500 feet of the Blue Wing C imp.iny's Pioneer I.cdge, situated a short distance below the Devil’s Gate. Locators, T. J. Mc Clellan and Isaac Frock. Twin Looks—Located and record ed May 0, claims 1,500 feet of the Twin lodes, located north and west of tile Buckeye mine. Locator, L. A. Gould. Twin No. 2—Located May G, claims 1,500 feet, and is a southeast ern extension ot the Twin lode. Lo F. W. Buzzo. Black Banov.—Located May G, embracing 1,500 feet of ground on the summit of the first bench of the Black Hills range, north of the Day ton road leading to the Buckeye mine. Locator, L. A. Gould. -'ll.—, r.vi > 10.M?. At a meeting of dissatisfied stock holders of the Leopard Mining*', in pany, Monday, in San Francisco, 15,000 shares were represented. A committee reported Unit the mine was all right, but the management of its attairs was not in the same satisfactory condition. The move to get the management away from the present clique is continued, and all stockholders wishing a change are invited to send in their proxies. The Consolidated Wyoming Gold Mining Company has been incorpo rated. Object, to mine in Nevada county. Capital, $10,000,000. Railroad Election.—At a meet ing of the stockholders of the Vir ginia A- Truekee Railroad Company hold in Virginia Tuesday, the fol lowing officers were duly elected for the ensuing year: D. O. Mills, president; il. M. Yeriugton, vice president and general superinten dent; W M. Thorntou, secretary; 1> A. Binder, general freight agent; B ulk of Calfornia, treasurer; H. Hunter, m tster if transportation; E Niles, general ticket agent; C i P. Mason, purchaser and supply ] agent; C. L. Anderson, chief en gineer; Whitman and Wood, attor neys. A better selection of oflieers could n >t have beeu made. Fine Cigars.—The ineri's of the cigars made by the well known firm of J. \V. Shat-ffer A Co., San Fran cisco, are well known by nearly all users of the weed. The celebrated Green Seal variety, an especially fa orite brand, relished by all am .kers. Mr. Henry Wolf oi Gold Hill, has received the agency for the sale of the various brands manu factured by this firm, and will have his office at the store of Stern A Sons’. Mr. Wolf is a trustworthy mau with whom to do business. Lost—Five Dollars Reward!— Lust evening, between Virginia and Gold Hill, a yellow official en velope, containing numerous bills duo The Lyon Coun y Times, and Frank Kenton. The above reward will be pai ou leaving the same at The Enterprise office, Virginia, The Gold Hill Sews, or returning tho same to Thk Times office, ttilver Oitv. Frank Kentox. May lk, 1S70, * Market Pmon.-We int< ml to keep our readers posted on the market prices of the necessaries of life iu Silver City. We give to-day only a partial list of prices, but a fuller report will bo given next week, «nd-hereafter, once n we'd, at least, a genoral resume of current prices. Tlioso given are tl.o re tail prices, as furnished by Silver City dealers: Vegetables are coming iu quite freely flow from theD.iv ton gardens, though new potatoes are scarce, it hardly being time for them. Those in sell readily at Sc per lb.; old po tatoes, 21go per lb. Ouious—Old onions are scarce and bard to find. They are worth Soft p.»r id.; green onions, three buucbes for a bit. Cal'huge plenty at 5c per lb. Turnips, 4c per lb. Apples. 7 lbs. for SI; dried apples, ti ibs. tor $1. Strawberries, 371 ae per box, or 3 boxes for 90c. Eggs more plenty—33V£cper Joz. Butter, 33}ae per lb. Cheese, 25e per lb. Floor, 6'4 50 per 100 lbs. Beef, 10 to 20e per lb. Mutton, 10 to 18c per lb. Pork, 20c per lb. Chickens, £1 to 1.25 each. Salmon, 20c per lb. A II.vce tor Freedom.—Yester day evening as the six o'clock *bu» from Gold Hill to Virginia was near Met Jura’s store an interesting inci dent took place. Constable George; Sanders bad arrested a m in for dis turbing the peace and was Conveying him to Virginia, the Gold Hid jail living full. The prisoner sat near the door of the 'bus, and at the point named made a lunge against the opening and in a moment was on his feet outside and speeding away as fast as he could. The officer follow ed, landing on the ground a moment after hint. The two then began an exciting race, the peace disturber leading tiie way along tlio American Flat road, his pursuer following close upon his heels The 'bus was stopped, and the passengers gazed at the race with much interest. When last seen both were doing their be-t, the escaping criminal having a little the better of the rave. Is Trouble.—Not long had the horn-tooting ice-cream Frenchman enjoyed the thriving trade he found j in Silver City Tuesday, before, like, | Othello, he found Ids occupation j gone. It seems he owed adchtof! $13, ami in consequence Constable Miller t 'ok possession of mule, cart, ice cream and all. He couldn’t pay the debts but the forlorn and woe-be gone look which he wore as he took a vacant seat in front of a saloon, re alizing that in this semi-tropical cli mate his toothsome stock in trade would soon be literally gone to the dogs touched the sympathies of tin creditor, the property was released, and the old man went on his way re joicing. Dividends.—The California divi dend of $2 per share will be paid next Thursday. This mine com prises 600 feet, and is divided into 540,000 sh ires. The amount thrown into circulation by its dividend ttiis month, therefore, will be the hand some total oi $l,OS0,00O, which, added to that of the Con. Virginia, makes a grand total of $3,160,000, the most magnificent regular month ly dividend ever declared byanv ore body in the world. — Che Northern Belle Mining Com pany to day declared a dividend of $1 per share, payable on the 15;h in stant. Roll os' Honor.—The following industrious Isiys and girls who puv attention to their books arc men tioned in tiie April Roll of Honor of the Silver City public school: 1st Di-ision—Cora Angell, 97; John Quinn, 91; Emma Laf-.ille, 91; Ren nie Wilson, DO. 2d Division—Nel lie French, 96; I.ewie Burt, Hi); Peter Gross, 89. 3d Division—Jennie Gever, 98; Frank Fitzpatrick, 95; Alex. Armstrong, 94: David Wogati, 88. 4t!i Division—James Powel, 98; Lizzie Wogan, 9t>. Settle.—AH those indebted to the undersigned for inifk will take notice that I have leased my dairy. Payment of all accounts must be made before the first day ot June to save costs. A. Perkins. Dayton, May 10, ISTti. * Caction —All parties are hereby cautioned against paying accounts due the I imks for advertising or job work to any other than the under signed. Frank Kenyon • At Reno.—From The lleno Ga zette we learn that A. Scrimgeour is at that place. We presume he is connected with lie* JoUrniL Euas More Plenty.—Tue fruit of the festive heu is oiowiuij more plen tit'ul in our m-irkets. Alex. B. Stewart. Jtru^srisl aud Apothecary, MAIN STREET, SILT KB CITY.SKVKPA. 62! MOODY &RIORDEN ! this F.r.EOAirr rrom is now ofen .‘■ft* ritf*i;ri.' wmf fin; Best of Wines, Finest Liquors, Choicest Cigars. Moody Riorden, U.‘‘ SOUTH c STREKT. Virginia & Truckee R. R. New Arrangement! LIGHTNING EXPRESS! QN AND AFTER MONDAY, MAT 1, 1870, 'I'llrough Traim llally Between VIRGINIA CITY au.l SAN FRAN CISCO, via Vallejo, will leave as fellows: GOING WEST—WILL LEAVE Virginia City.at 700P.M. Gold Hill.at 7:11 P. M. Mound H use... .at 7.15 P. M. '"'arson City.at 8:10P.M. st amboat....at 9511 1>. M Reno./.at Ki ll • P M. Truekee.at lg-00 M. Sac ramento.at r: :0 A. M. Vallejo.at 9:10 A M. Arriving at Sin Francisco.at ll:lu A. M. COMING EAST—WILL LEAVE S.1I1 Francisco...at 480 p. M. Vallejo.at (1:10 P.M. SaiT.meutu.at 0.15P.M. Truekco..at 4 io A. M. Keuo.at 6:15 A. M. Steamboat.at 8:45 A. M. Carson City.at 880 A.M. Mound license. . ,t :t;. a. M. Gold Hill.. at 9:18 A, M. Arriving at Virgltda City.ai UgO A. It. n. >i vEmscTttk. General ScipT LOUiS^GOLDSTGNt DIRECT IMPORTER OF VJIILL g HARDWARE. atJL GOODS, Ail. GEyCLPIEB, PROVISION'S, jrtiUARSAXD WINES, TOBACCO IT igtORs. prjc'.oTt, ■Ld CLOililNG. It> HATS. LUBRICATING OILS CROCKERY — AND— GLASSWARE, And a £Teat many other urticle* too numerous to mention. Selling all my Goods, WhoWaie and Retail, at the most r» as*>liable rates, I Lope to reeeiv a share of patronage. LOUIS GOLDS TONS. Main Sireti, - Silier City, Nevada. Agent lor the Carson Blue stone and Acid Works. Dayton Drug Stars! PIKE STREET - - - DAYTON Constantly n. Hf.nC mzsjr i>mros. MED1CIXES, MILL C HEMIC A /, rl, Toilet Articles, Etc-, Etc. DR. J. C. HAZ1ETT Wili attend all professional calls in th* - ,_ County. , Yosemits Saloon. 34 SOUTH C STREET. Finest Liquors und Cigars Constantly on hand. FINE LODGING ROOMS To let by the day* or week connected with the house. O. C. STEELE, • Proprietor. Bonanza Saloon MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. S. J. PETEliS.......; .Proprietor THR SALOON WILL BEOOKWVTF.D ON lir-t .lass priu. iples. And the Bar will “ways b«? tally supplied with the b st LIQUORS and CICAR3 r«* be hast in S»u Francisco or the Eastern Markets. Give tht Uban:bra a call aud you • ill be used on the square. Kaad«uarters for tverybody. __.I.*J. PKTEKS. Palace Saloon, HUN STREUT, - SII.YEK CITY. Refitted snd Rcfurnhrsd! Making it the moat attractive place in the State. The bar is stocked with the fiuest WINKS. U l vl U O H S aud 0 IGARS. •s/’Vnvate room for Card Parties, j*® Drop in at the PALACE. u. i. r.dir.Knw NEW STORE! CUSTCU-MAJE CLGTKIN3 ....ASP.... Gents' Furnishing Goods! ! JOS. BARNERT, TUB w ll-kti 'wn Clothier of Virginia City since iMd, and vrho in the last four year* ha» been burned out three times, is still alive, ami ouiy asks all his friend* ami customers, * and tlu» public in n*u erai.totfive him A CALL. Opposite the “News" OIRca. Main Street. Col<J H/UI C. A. NQLTEMETEB, METROPOLITAN BOOT AND SHOE STORE 108 SOUTH C STREET. — r-r ■■ W^jBulr.r, TVKE8 pleasure in Informing the CTtiren of Nevada, that his immense Stock purchased undo* hie own personal super vision has arrived, and will be sold at prices to defy coin petition, Ills Stock consists of GENT 8, BOYS', LADlEa’ AMD CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, Of all dew ftp ti ©ha, and he wiskee all to give him a « ail before purchasing elsewhere, as he ran and will superior indm exneots to any h«MH*e in the Mate. Post Office Depot. T. S. DAVENPORT, ....DEALEE STATIONERY, CIGARS. TOBACCO. NOTIONS, ETC. lint side Main Stroe' SILVEIi CITY.NEVADA TAILORING! fllHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING C05T Jl menoed business in Silver City, are prepared to execute all orders iu their line. Clothing It&ado to Order. SATISFACTION GCABANTEED. Cleaning and Repairing neatiy done. TEEMS r.EASOSAIiLE. HOWARD & CO. VIRGINIA & GOLD HILL jaus ijzzvxi. LEAVING VIRGINIA CITY Dai ly ut s'r.io A . M and every three quarters of an hour thereafter until P. M. LEAVING GOLD HILT. D .ily at 9.15 A. M. and every thre© quern rs t au imur thereafter* until 7.15 P. 34. Hakina close connection with trains of the Virginia Tru'kfe li. JaIIE WHITE & CJ., Proprietors. MOUND HOUSE STALOii. L. T McLAlN - - - - . Proprietor. All trains stop long • ziotigh to sample his stock of wxvfis. nmuor-s & cioaus. Fancy Drinks concerted in the highest i -tyl*- >. the ar:. by one of the best Mixoio^ista in the Mat*. CAPiTAL SALOON. Main Street, lin'd Hill. LiiWBEY *EN'OS : : : : POPRIETOR3. 5 svii*.; ii.hu.C. Du. ruluC :u,i generally A M au9r‘iv<.d L, sT.1t '■statjUai.ii_. iit. \r. invite a share of public patronage. T woof trio Finest Billiard Table* in toe cuy. THE BAB 13 STOCKED Trim THE BBS OF EVERYTH INC, DAN NOWLAX £s> NuW pxaLk'sUlLD TO E\+CISIi ALL ti-ders fi»r • CEMETERY & MARBLE W ORK At Ilia shortest not is uni in the best manner T. W. McCREADT.FOREMAN. Sh«f> at Entrance Maaonic Cemetery, virt.inia onr. ... .Nevada Nevada Broom Factory, DAYXON, - - - NEVADA. c LKO. K. .... l’ro’r. Wholesale* Manufacturer of BROOMS and CRUSHES Orders respectfully auiicited and promptly filled. C^PRICKS REASONABLE.-®* 'Citv Boarding1 Stable. C.PASTIAN - - - Propri^t^r. 199 tfkfiiuth U cor. of Flow ry, VIRGINIA.NBV4J>A nOU^E^ kept by the Day. Week r Month. Saddle H >rses to let. Wholesale dealer in all kinds of GRAIN, HAY AND FEED-. Tstroiia^e of the Public So’kitde. PROPOSALS. • ^JEALEP PROPOSALS FOR REBUILDING ujp C ouuty bri we aer tut? Carso d ! river at Payton, will be received by the B£>arn | ot County Commute*oust* at Lyon County, , N't vada, I NT1L X \\ lo. 1ST*, A l' 10 A. JR. Plans and *|*vitteattoc8 to be seen at the County Clerk's • tfeoe in Payton. The Board n-'crvoa tke *i .lit to t any and ad biua. By m ftar oi tha Board. _ * BOXgAlf. Clerk. P. B A W N E S’ UVERY, FEED AND SALE | STABLE, MAIN riYUEET, : : DAyTON i - v j Horses Boarded and Grsoaed By Careful Attendant*. , 07“The best single ami Doulde Turnouts Is '• be found in the dtato constantly on hand.