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FBIDAT. ..NOVEMBER 5. ISIS. Vbcisco stock report. 8 TtMKcaco. November . uasa.i MOBSISO PALE. i vl Ravage j CholUT Potort-7 57 M .W IS crown Point-2 M 'i J Yellow Jacket- 64 64 1MJ Imperial- 9 "A S 10 Empire Mill 5 .1 MO Kentock 13 13lb:)0 5 Belcher 19 18 H 18V 18'. !W0 Con Virginia 4M 25S 154 W J"' 110 Sierra Nevada 121a 12 UK M California 54 H 64 H 54S 54 '1S Bullion tl 44 130 Exchequer 12 11 1I ,;) Ja.tico 24 24 15 Set? Belcher to I'D Overman 44 ta X 43 (WO Lady Bryan 1 1H 71 Union Con-7!. 7!t "t 7V 60 Succor 5c 1U0 Caledonia 14 X IB 400 Julia lu 10 !) H 100 Luo . 250 Silver Hill- 7 ISO Knickerbocker a 70 Baltimore Con V.'t 1 60 Challenge 6 140 Dayton a 3 2V 216 Rock Inland a ( t35 N Y Con IX l'i AFTERNOON BALES. KM Meadow Valley S V-i lnu haymond k Ely 25 H M SM Eureka Con 12 50 Jackson 1 H 250 Adams Hill U 4ri0 Belmont H 100 Newark 37 Ho W El Dorado South 20c 545 KK Con OSsS1 110 Pruaaian 1 HI' 10 Leopard lilt 11 Au Jefferson 4 It 850 Gila 3 3H 3H liio Huaacy :KK) Tybo la It 40 Advance 3 !t 6110 Chariot Mill 1 2ii0 Ida Elmore 10c tl5 Occidental 3 S50 Oolden Chariot 1 80U WooUville 2H 3 2,90 i ino Lady Washington i)4 250 O O H Quartz 2 IX 410 Andes 3 3'( 500 Florida 1 150 Weill Fargo 30c 160 Leviathan 2 2 2M 2 ii 20 Cosmopolitan 35c . 250 West Belcher 2 045 Ophir 38H 38 ! 38H 38Sb5 J8?jb5 15 Hale k Norcross 33 H 34 1020 California 53)1 53 St 910 Justice 26 27 2S It 340 Crown Point 2d2 20 25 Eihequer 10 H 10 215 Kantui'k 13)4 14 215 Con Virginia 854 2534 80 Yellow Jacket 8os3 07 68 250 Imperial 'J H 15 Savage 66 (MS H 310 Oould Curry 1514 16 Hit 1115 Mexican 16 4j 1U0 Chollar Potosl 59 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Sheriff-'. Jest. Yesterday Deputy Sheriff Birdsall pres. Jed over a Sheriff; Jury in the District Coart-room, the said jury being summoned to try the right of property. The e submitted to them wee a follows: A msn named . Barnett tu indebted to Fnlks k Mc- Alpin; they attached some property that was claimed to be bis. bat a man named Foster produced a bill ol sale to the tame stock. The jury decided that the property at the time of the attaohmeut was Burnett's, and rendered a verdict to that effect, an that the attachment held good. Dkunqcmt List. We publish in to day's Record the delinquent list of the Meadow Valley Minin Company. It became delinquent on the 28th of Octo ber, and all assessments that are not paid by November 24th will be sold on that day. Fkkioht Abbivep. Freight for the fol lowing parties came to Fioobe yesterday through the Salt Lake Forwarding House of Hugh White A Co.: Jacobs 4 Sul tan and D. C. Clark & Bro. They left York on the 24th of October. The County Commissioners did not meet yesterday as tbey had proposed to do. BY TELEGRAPH! spiuiax, to ram noons daily BY WESTERN tTNIOS LINK. BSOOItD, Eastern Dispatches. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES ARRIVALS. St GILMER t SALISBURY'S HAMILTON LINK: A Iaenhach R P Dayton Mrs Nixon 8 A Gilmer Wm StansflpM DEPARTURES. Hiion wnint'a salt lakk line: Alvin Frankie M 0 Qarber Mrs Morrow II H Smith N J Smith Man k two children Justice Coubt. Todd against John ston ; Judge Allen rendered his decision yesterday morning in the above case in favor of the plaintiff for $51.75 and coats of court. State of Nevada against Miss Kate Abbott; complaint made by Miss Martha Camp for disturbing the peace, using obscene language, etc.; case called for yesterdny at 2 o'clock p. m., but owing to Kate Abbott's attorney being engaged the case was postponed until to day at 2 p. m., at which time the defend ant will nave a jury trial. State of Ne vada against MiBS Freddie Oantt; same complaint; trial set for the same hour. Died. -At Salt Lake City, Thussday, October 28th, 1873, of Typhoid fever, Mrs. Etta, wife of F. A. Wormell, aged twenty-five yeurs. Of the same disease, one hour at'ter the death of Mrs. Worm ell, ber inftint son, aged three months and 13 tluys. Mrs. Wormell was a native of Grund Mnnuan, N. 13., and had been married to Al. Wormell one year ago last August. Al. Wormell was a resident of Pioche for some time and has numerous friends here. Dkputy Shkbiif 1'ibdsall yesterday, in fulfilling the duties of his position over the Sheriff's Jury, was, obliged to issue an attachment for a reoreant wit ness. In handing it to the offioer who was attending Court, he enjoined him to bring the defaulter into Court " vi et armis." The officer looked astonished to see the Court Bpitting out latin in that free and easy style. Fiikioux arrived for the following par ties yesterday by the Eureka & Palisade Railroad W. E. Griffin. Agent at Fioobe: Meadow Valley Mining Company, Ray mond and Ely Mining Company, John Uoeder, A. D. Recoabarren, S. L. Lee, H. Lewis, H. Stein, C. Wertheimer, D. Cohn, Miller and Bennett, A. Cohn and Brother, A. Mandich, M. Quillen, A. J. Barnes. Rktokkkd. W, E. Griffin returned to floohe on Wednesday night with his wife, by a private conveyance. He came from Eureka on Pritchard's fast freight road, and found it a pleasant route, it Deing free from dust and cenerallv level without the various obstructions found o tun ma roaa. - Call and Skttlk . Messrs. Hoskins & Nankervis, publish a notice in to-day's mecokd to the effect that they are about to wina up their business of saloon keeping on Maadnw viiav .-.., they want all parties indebted to them to tail immediately and settle to avoid any unuci iruuuie. JUBADOW V ALLEY AXD, PlQCHI PaY Days. The Meadow Valley mia and the Pioche will to-day pay ajl indebted- ness of the companies up to November ioi j. ini win aisDurse some as . ill be a great aid to the camp 1st, 000 which st present. Bastsb, Deputy Sheriff, returned va terday from El Dorado canyon, to whioh place he had been to levy an attachment on the property of the Nevada Mill and Mining Compaoy at the suit of James Ctonan. He brought back with him two un ui million valued at $1,400. t-hoiKCTioN Hosk Co. The numbers of Protection Hose Company will please take notice that their regular monthly ineeetiug takes place this evening at 8 o clock, at their bose house on Laconr ireet. members ore required to be pres ent nn tl r riocHB Hobs Co. The monthly meet QU' 0upny takes place this Fridar evcniDR nt lbe hog9 hougo pn sireei at o'clock. All members m e month l,n-;..., TbS fuueral of Jeff. Barrett took place yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, from .c.,iUeDCe Hi ma mntha flrws thsflreJe,t"'t n citizen', Bolwom Spu-MSNT.-Wells. Fargo 4 V Vajfil yeBle,,Uy bn,lion pointing Nkw Yobe, Nov. 4. At an adjourned meeting of unsecured creditors of the Mis9ouri Pacific Railway held yeBterday a letter from Clinton B. Fisk, Treasurer of the Atlantio and Pacific Railroad, was read, in which he stated it was impossi ble for him to be present. Mr. F. J. Bowman, Attorney for . the City and County of St. Louis, stated at the time the company wore advertising for sale $1,854,000 worth of bonds for seventy- five cents on tbe dollar; they didn't have any bonds in their possession to dispose of and the advertisements were a blind to deceivo the creditors. The bankrupt proceedings have terminated by the ac tinn of Judge Treat at St. Louis, who has appointed receivers. Milford, Pa., Nov. 4 John Rotter, who murdered bis two children at Hackettstown and then attempted to kill himself, is recovering. Rocbbhteb, N. Y., Nov. 4. John Clark, sentenced to be huug to-morrow, has been granted a respite for two weeks by the Governor. Washington, Nov. 4. The suit of Mrs. Myra Clarke Gaines vs. Caleb Cashing, pending in tbe special term for many months, has been referred to the general term to be heard by all the Judges. The suit is for an injunction to restrain Minister Cushing from inter fering with certain assets be contends have been either in whole or in part transferred to him in satisfaction for bis services as counsel of Mrs. Gaines. Memphis, Nov. 4. Some excitement was caused here last night by Ed. Shaw, a colored wharf-master, going to Church's saloon and threatening to cut the throat of and scalp Mr. Younser. a oolored speaker from St. Louis, for stumping Mississippi during the late canvass for the Conservatives. Younger appealed to the Chief of Police for pro tection and that offioer sent soma men to protect him, but Younger fearing Shaw would incite the negroes to murder him changed bis lodging. About 9 o'clock last night Fay Good bar, of the firm of Goodbar & Gillett, wholesale boot and shoe dealers, was shot on the corner of Vance and Louis- villa street by Jumes A. Owerberg, Teller the Union and Planters' Bauk, who, seeing Uoodbar advance on him, flourishing a stick, thought he was a garroter, wounding Goodbar severely in tbe face. The parties were good friends and no one regrets the occurrence more than Owerberg, who immediately sur rendered himself to the authorities, but was released at the request of Goodbar. New Yobk, Nov 2. The Brooklyn Tabernacle was only half filled this morning at the Moody and Sankey ser vice, a falling off in attendance which may be accounted for by the rain. After singing and the usual requests for prayer had been made, Mr. Moody took for his text " No good thing will the Lord with hold from them that walk upright." It I always Beemed to him (Moody) that peo ple came nearer to God when there were but few. gathered together, and he be lieved they were near to Him this morning. He hoped they would walk uprightly, and as promised in tho scriptures, nothing would be withheld from them bv the Lord. Sankey then sang " Direct us," etc. Wm. Richardson, of Dr. Ful ton's Baptist Church,-, then prayed for its welfare and peace and asked for the prayers of the congregation. Moody suggested a servioe on Monday evening for non -church goers. Rev. Henrv Ward Beechor was present during the servioes. Fbovidencb, Nov. 4. Hon. Taos. A. Jenks died this morning at bis home in Cumberland. St. Louis, Nov. 4. The Globe-Democrat, referring to indiotments found yes terday by the U. S. Grand Jury against prominent men for implication in whisky frauds and faots alluded tp in these dis patches last night, concepts with them Wm. McKee, principal proprietor of that paper, and Constantino Maurice. .... late internal Revenue Collector of this District. The Globe-Democrat says Mo Kee is ready for trial, and the publio may rely upon his full and complete vin dioation when the question of innocence or guilt is made issue in oqurti. MitWAOEEE, Nov. 4. A dispatch from Madison states that the Republicans there concede the election of the Demo cratio State ticket exoept Governor and a Democratic majority in the Legisla ture. Returns received here, however, indioate the success of the Republican State ticket exoept, perhaps, Baelse and Graham, aud a Repablioan majority in the Legislature. CmciWATi, Nov. 4. A fire on Second, street this morning destroyed the liquor house of Duok worth, Spence & Co on from $60,000 to $65,000; small in urance. It also damaged Meader A Co.' furniture warehouse abont $15,000; uninsured. New Yobe. Nov. 4. The Superintend ent of tbe direct U. 8. cable save the cable waa successfully repaired this morning, and Farrady reports that the cable after fifteen months submersion is in as perfect a condition as when manu factured. The fracture which waa found in seventy fathoms of water was such as would be caused by either an anchor or grapnel. Half a million gold was to-day awarded at from 113.12 to 115.19. New Yobe, Not. 4. Tbe sudden death of Judge Geo. Jewett, of Philadelphia, at the St. Nicholas bote! last evening, disturbs one or two stocks in which he was a large operator in this market. He was the brother of the Erie Receiver, H. J. Jewett. Mr. Jewett is suoDosed to have been largely long of Lake Shore. The decline iu the Union Pacific re sulted from the publication of the Attorney-General's brief, and there are ari- ous rumors about tbe decision. There is a conference going on in regard to the affairs of the Missouri, Pacific and At lantic Sc Pacific at the office of the latter company. Paoifio Coast. San Fuancuco, Nov. 4. A petition is being circulated in San Bernardino, San Diego and Los Angeles counties ad dressed to Senator Sargent, asking an ad justment of the Temeenla Indian ac quisition and the purchase of reservation lands. D. A. Drydan, Indian Agent, has returned to Los Angeles from tbe Indian country and reports no eligible Govern ment lands on which the Indians can be placed. He recommends the purchase of a ranch for them. On his return from the south he received a dispatch from Smith, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, granting bis request for authority to ex pend $5,000 for immediate necessities o f the Indians. The Commissioners hope shortly to make arrangements for leasing a ranch subject to purchase, when tbe funds are appropriated. A fire broke out on the ground floor of the Pioneer flouring mills at ten thirty last evening and burned to the top of the building. The fire was soon mastered by the salvage, oorps who saved a great deal of property from damage by water. From the naturo of the contents the principal loss was from water and smoke, and will reach fire or six thousand dollars, cov ered by insurance. The affairs of the National Gold Bank and Trust Co. are still a subject of gen eral interest. President Davis said yeB terday it has not yet been determined to go into liquidation. Thompson, the oashier, states this morning that while no official action has been taken to put tbe Bank into liquidation nevertheless that will be tbe reHult of the movement. The officers have no doubt depositors and stockholders will be paid in full. Pro posals will be mae for the immediate redemption of tbe notes of the Bank at their par value in gold. The directors will hold another meeting in a few days. Santa Barbara, Nov. 3. There was a heavy rain fell yesterday, almost as se vere as the Btorm of last January. It commenced to rain at 10:30 in the morn ing, continued all day with severity until G o'olock p. m. Considerable damage has been done to crops that were standing. Towards 10 p. tu. a perfect hurricane blew from the north-west, carrying every thing before it. Trees were torn up by the roots or broken short off ; barns and out-houses, were overthrown on several ranches in the valley. One or two sohooners lying in the harbor dragged their anchors and had to run out to sea for safety. A special to the S. L. Tribnnx from Beaver, I'., says; About six o'cUick on the 1st inst., Joe Hunt struck at Jouo P. Hauler with a six-shooter in hie left baud. Tbe piatol was cocked and went oft, the ball entering under the left cheek bone, the brains commit out IV. inrhra above tbe left eye, killion Hunter immediately. Hunter is about twenty three years of age, is from the Southern States, and is unmarried. It it unit! he was much the worse for llijnnr when shot, and also forced the altercation. Hunt is a man of family, aud about thirty-seven or forty years old. The lat ter is now ironed in jail and guarded by s heavy guard, as Tengeancs from Hun ter's brother is feared to-nigLt. A Washington special of the 1st inst. says President Grant has ordered tbe removal of the postmastar at Ogden, I.'., who is a Mormon but not a polygamist. This is the first step towards the remov al of all Mormons holding Federal offices in Utah. The removal was opposed by Senator Sargent of California, on the ground that tbe incumbent hod a riht to his religious belief, so long as be did not practice polygamy, and thereby break the laws of his oountry. ADVICK TO Ot'R FRI.VKDS. Make thie your true motto, in starting in life. Let your actions be open and fair, 'T will carry you aafe, through the word's ai-tire alrlfe. Sieak true)' and deal on the square. 'Tia the motto observed at H. Lewia' afore. All our patrona its nenetlt ahare. We truely describe, what we say is sure. That at Lewis' they, deal on (the 1uam. To unbeliever we would say,' come and con vince vouneir That no common shoddy goods it kept on our ThoiiKh an unprincipled scoundrel may tell von a lie. He is unable to hurt us; all u h wo dofy. Our Shirts for gentlemen aro all flint-class, None can H. Lewia in tine goods suit ass; Oood quality, neat make and prices low, H. Lewis' store iB the place to go; We can please all classes in choice of Shirts, Also In Hats, in Shoea and Duo Boots. We've the elegant Raltiton, the Palace Hotel, Imported direct for H. Lewis to sell; American Hillo Team Hla, in Mark and in orown. And soiling at prices that beat all In town. All pay their low prices, and ouietlv launh. And aay other stores charge them more by half; All you gentlemen, take notice nlane. That we sell the best Atkinson Uliirta for two dollars a piece. n'2tf Blums HOUSES, THE STATE BANK OP NEVADA, Board of Olmrlorst JOHN P. KELLET...... , rraaldent J Ad. K1NLATSON Vice President CHA9. A. WIEDKRHOLD Secretary a F. PHlLSOrT J. W. WRIGHT. H. S. LrBBOCK,. HARRY I. THOBNTOS. Attorneys! THOUNTOX.KEIXET OARBEB T.EP08IT3 RECEIVED. EITHER OH OPEN 1 aeeoant or to lasue certificates therefor DAT- able on demand. exchange: drawn vpon NEW YOBK and SAN FHANCISCO. And other principal cities of the V, 8. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PAEIS, BEKLIN And all of tbe principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collection Promptly Made. Railroad and Miuine 8twlin Bought aud Sold on Comuiixion, Money Loaned on Stocks. Correspondents! LAIDLAW ft 00., Agents of the Bank . . ? ot California BASK OF CALIFORNIA, and) J. H. LATHAM CO.. Htockl Ban Francisco ) CL0THTJ3. ETC. WAR OF Broken . lal-tt. J. W. WEIGHT, Bank Managor. Geo. T. Gorman, Becobd street. Foreign News. Madrid, Nov. 4. The Epoca says it knew nothing of America's Cuba memo randum and believes the recent dis patches a greatly exagerated affair. Tbe Conigta, minigteral, believes American filibusters invented the news of the equipment of five frigates for Cuba in order to create complications. London, Nov. 4. Bullion in tbe Bank of England increaed 635,000 during the past week) amount of bullion withdrawn to-day 100,000; proportion of reserve to liabilities 39 per oent. Pabis, Nov. 4. Specie in the Bank of France increased 350,000 francs during the past week . Pknano, Nov. 4. A British resident has been murdered in Malayan Territory, and troops have gone there to punish the murderers. A TinsT-cLASs assortment of wooden pipes, cherry stems, fancy lettor paper, etc., etc.; also "So'ace," " Doree, ' Lone Jack," " Durham." "Anricot. 'Bob White." "Gilrov" and "Periaue." Bmoking tobaccos, at mj stand in Lee's drug store, Rolla V. Watt. "If 1 or no Ladies and Gents please take notice I have the best assortment of tinted pnpers for letter-writing over brought to Pioche; will shortly have a full supply of stationery of all kinds. it Uoixa V. Watt. it you want any tin ware, sheet iron and CODDer ware mnDiifantnrpfl nt ronuir. ed, and also plumbing at very low prices, go to J. J. Hul pin Ac Co., who employ none uiu nrsi-ciass worsmen, tt Found In Wells, Fargo & Co.'s office a gold sleeve button, which tbe owner can have by applying nt the Bkcobd business office, proving property and paying for this notice. "tf Fon Sals. Tickets from Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Chioago and return by tbe Ubicago and N. W. U. E. Apply to office, Lacour tf. W. R. Wilson, dealer in music, ruled musio paper, sohool books and stationery. Agent for Daily Enterprise, Eureka Sen tinel ana Solt Lake Tribune. At Folk s & MoAlpin's saloon. Fibs Certificates. The name of any member of the Fire Department printed in tueir nre certtneates in auv style of type for fifty cents, by applying at the office of tbe fionns Daily Kkcohd, La cour street. tf. J. B. Paceb' Cable Coil aud Gold Block, also six inch and twelve inch twiBt, for plug tobacco, can not be ex celled. Tbe above is for sale bv Rolla '. Watt, at Lee's drug store. "tf. The ' Talisman," ' Gold Tread " and Our Best," fine cuts, are the best brands in the market; all of these may be found at Rolla V. Watt's, at Lee's drug siore. "tl J08T received a full assortment of the finest brands ofi imported cignrs, among which are the popular brands Bouquet ana uarcia; wen known to old smokers, Rolla V. Watt, at Lee's drug store. tf Dubino this olothing war; keep your shirt on and " wet " your new clothes at Panaca Saloon, Laconr street. One CHECKS 33ISOOXT2MT3EID And Drafta on WELLS, FARCO & CO., 8AS FRANCISCO. Also Telegraphic Transfers. EXCHANGE DtlAWN BY WELLS, FARGO ft CO. ON ALL the Principal cities f tbe United States, Canadas and Europe, HIOH! NO OMTfflS GIVEN TBE ENEMY! clothtsg, Furaisma GOODS. CLOTH I Id liiM For Rale by W. E. GRIFFIN. Wells, Fargo ft Go's Express Office. nir2tS.tr DEXTER LIVERY fei STABLE, Meadow Valley Htreef, PIOCHE, NEVADA. geo. o. jomwroN, rROPitntTOB. CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND TO LET ON j anon notice Teams, Bagglea and Saddle Hones. . At Low nates. Stock Boarded bv tlinrt.v FLORAL MILL There are many in this section, says the Eureka Sentinel, who have pleasant recollections of Ned "Welton, a fellow of infinite jest, and one of the most genial cusses that ever wrestled unsuc cessfully with fortune, or fought altera' ately the tiger ana the won in me eariy davs of California and Washoe. In 'GO or '01. Ned left Plaoerville, Cal., for Virginia City, where he obtained inter ests in ground on the Comstock, which, if he owned to-dav. wonld render Dim elicible to a seat in the United States Senate, bnt it passed out of bis hands without materially burdening his pockets, and in the early Reese River excitement be emierated thither, and with iiael ana Bateman looated tbe present townsite of Austin, ownlnn au interest, which, 11 judiciously managed during those flush times, would nave Yielded bun a com' petenoy, but he was "everbody's friend, and the money slipped through his fingers like water. In '08 be struck out for Utah, where for several months he was engaged as a surveyor on tbe Union Paoifio Railroad, since which time we had lost track of Nad until a few days ago, when Judge Harmon received a let ter from him, dated at East Carondelet, 111, lie iB a firstrclass surveyor and civil engineer, and since he left Utah has been engaged in railroad work in Louis iana, Kentuoky, Tennessee and Illinois, and was for a time attached to the oorps of United States Army Engineers on the Mississippi river. Ned is in good health, and although not a bloated bondholder nor tbe proprietor of a fleet of river steamers, writes in good Bpirits, and his letter indicates that he is tbe same warm-hearted, bappy-go-lnckv Bohemian as when be see-sawed with fortune in the gold and silver lands. He sends his re gard to bis friends in Eastern Nevada, all of whom will be pleased to know that tbe old-timer is still in the flesh and holds tbeq in kindly remembrance. CUSTOM ORES EECEIVED AND WORKED ON SHORT NOTICE. NEWARK MILL 18 NOW PREPARED TO Work All Custom Ore HAT MAY BE OFFERED. prioe! One bit!!. "lw. Db, 3, S. Hammond has established an office over tbe State Bank. Residence Jos. Finloy's house, Cedar street. Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Poujada's, Moadow Val ley street. tf. Coonac, brandy, fine whisky, Holland gin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C Pou jades. "tf Imported sherry. tort and claret wines at jroujaue g. - it Choics ranch butter and White River cheese just received at Poujade's. "tf Best brands of Tobacco and oionrs at wujBuy a, . . . , LI Qo to Alexander's for your drugs. E. B. M on, Jb., Sacramento, I O. H. Fish. PiOCDB, MOTT, FISH & CO. Meadow Valley si. PIOCHE --. - NEVADA IMPOIITERS And Dealers in HARDWARE. MILL AND , MINING SUPPLIES Blacksmith's Hardware, iron and steel, STOVBS.i Tinware. ' fet-tf ' ' ': -A-XICL PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street, Pioche, Schustrich & Klelne, Prop'rs, T8 FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE I of LAOKU 11KEK, in quantities to anit, the loweat rates. short notice. Adjoining cam pa supplied on IKK l-ll Dividend Notice. mHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE STATE I BANK OF NEVADA an hereby notified that at the monthly meeting of the Board ot Directors, the HROULAtt DlVIDKND waa declared for the month of October of 9 Per Cent. On the amount of capital stock, payable at the Bank in United aulas gold coin on WKUKE8- DAY, the 10th inst. m J. W. WBIOHT, Bank Ifanaaer. Kiocha, Mev., November 3d, ISIS, -td J. A. Jyl8.tr BID WELL, Superintendent. ffl-tf P. W. CLUTE, Superintendent. DISSOLUTION. -rOTICE 18 HEBEBY GIVEN THAT THE partnership existing between Harvey Boone and Wm. H. Dolman and doing business nnder the firm name of Boone k Dolman, is tins day dissolved by mutual consent. Wm H. Do'u ' authorized to collect and pay all (Signed) HABVEY BOONE. Ibeal. ISIgned) WM. H. DOLMAN, bbal. iwuue, flflT., oepieinoer au, lovo. The thanka of th flm jmiMMi io friends and the publio generally, for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon them during paav uve years. Ol-lm Loma Ktnxauit I Natham Mates I Max Arhkb KULLMAN & ARMER, tMPOBTERR AND nEAJJtRS IK Cigars and Tobacco MANUFAOrDKKRS OF Genuine Havana Cigars Nos. 306 aud 308 Sacbamknto St., Near Front mys-tf BAN FRANCISCO, NOTICE. LL STATE AND COUNTY TAXES FOB the fiscal year 187S are now due and cava- Will be strictly eulorceU. MILES UUILLEX Treasure Lincoln County. Nevada, and ez- offlclo Tax Receiver. Pioche, Nev., October 181b, 1870. olK-tl A1 blv, i 11 MIANKVIL FOR PAST PAYORS, WE ANNOUNCE to our CUSTOMERS and the PUBLIO AT LABGE, that we Intend taking the Field, and an Determined to niako a CONQUEST! on- ran lUIL FURTHER MB! JOS. RICH, QPPQS1TIQH CLQTH1EB OF IN THE ATTEMPT ! PIOCHE, HAS JUST RECEIVED HIS Immense Stock of Olothing and Gentlemen's Fumlahlng Goods, Trunks, Valises, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of THE LATEST STYLES. OPPOSITION CLOTHIER AMD WE DEFY RICH! OR ANY OTHER FIRM TO PRODUCE A . LARGER ASSORTMENT AND BETTER QUALITY OF GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN WE OFFER! OOIVXXj t MERCHANT TAILOR. AU floods Bought at the Opposition Clothing Store will be Fitted to suit aa Custom Work , Free of Charge. CALL. RXAMINK AND -Jl'UUB FOR YOUR. SELVES, THAT Ift All. 1 ABK. I a-jVC SELLING CHEAP! RVERV CLOTHING HOUSE WILT. HAVE TO DO THE SAME I I AM 50 PEE CEHT. UNDER THE MARKET! As other Houses keep Lowering their Prices I will Lower Mine. I Will TTndorsoll Every Ono. ATTENTION, PIOCHE HOSE COMPANY, . NO. 1. mUKltE WILL BE A REGULAR 1 MONTHLY MEETING ot Pioche Hose Company, No. 1, on ' ' Friday Evening;, November 3Ul, At their Hose House, Main street, at 8 o'olock. As tbe regular monthly business will ceme before the meeting, all aiombera are requested to be present. By order of the President. u-it. LOUIS BULTAN, Secretary.. ATTENTION, PROTECTION HOSE CO., 80.. 2. riw.na will be a regular. X Monthly Meeting ot Protection! A, Uose Company, No. 3, on aWaaaaaai Friday KveaUag;, Nov an bar 5th, At their Hose House, Laconr street, at 8 o'i Aa the regular monthly buauwee will 'clock, oome before tbe meeting all members are requested to be present. By order of the President. ft ! A. I, A8N01D, Ssc'y, OONVINOBIIJ OF FACTS. SO PEP- CEHT, BELOW San Francisco Cost! THIS IS NO UE ! H. LEWIS. oM-.tr NO MORS MONOPOLY IN PIOCHE! ' NEW SOODAt NEW PATTERNS ! NO OLD STOCK I - ALL FRCCII! RVN ROY V J- OPPOSITION ST03I3, JvI-AJCN" STREET. jr.' ? HI- I 1!'t i iJ'5 I I! m. r. ft, I IN' m Mu II :IHfi if i" w m m m fit.' :1. i '-. .1 ; m if,' , . ft1' la 5 T. -.J mi m to BOOM at cam 0.a!