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AtGCST IS, 1NT8 p4A FRASCISCO STOCK REPORT. gAl ruiicuco, August H. j jfOBNlSa SALES. f-o 51.WU-3 ii isu ISM tiouH Cj-rry- M 1 W. ,.2 SSfoSSw 60 W 60 COSM GOV 1 hi6JIblO ,Tsorcr.--lu' ltt 10S jjs Iapenal- .tiKi7 4T MfiM 46 40 H 46 S 4710 .rrsNVrad.-U 1VJ i Belcher 78 .'J iennan-7s7.!i7il jUic-W 33 liMU'lyBrysn-l 1 cW OalelOUlB H waaloiM.-iwH 40 Baltimore Con 21, ill Sliver Hill 7 Challenge jitAitB-J 30 Woodflllo It Si Lady Washington 2H lito Knickerbocker- pao Wells FsrgO 18c J. li.oWard-1 li0Leviithtt-' .120 .V Con Virguiuv- -i I wpeettl 1H5 XTojan-U It l.M AFTEUNOOS SALES. 50 Meadow Valley H WBaymund & Ely 8 151) Alps H W Belmont 2H IMI Leopard 10 101 10'i 12J Jelfersou ?t ItllOila 4 80c SJ Panfher 1 I 715 Koriueru Belle '21 20 20 H SU 5S0 Hussey iMHieu Thomas l'i 1 DUO Manhattan 1 Jut) Coito Con 300 iM New Cobo 3 OKI Golden Chariot 98c 0c 'lhl Poorman S 7Uc 315Jalia-8, 8?i 640 California 00 7J5 Con Virginia -52 S 521)5 52'i 52b5 S2"4 SiHblO S.ltbS JSOOnhir SOH 60H 6014 41S Belcher-2 i3 23 890 15 Crown Point 134 J70 Alptia i 40! 4(1 S;W Yellow Jacket 31 311)5 300 MiIicau-3t3t 33 S 111) (iould Curry 15 H 40 Savage-l!) 11) 10, 'i 31) Caledonia 8 1 8 150 Union Con 14 1 U'i 7 JO Imperial 10 Utah -IS 1I.U Hale Sorcross 10i 101. 10S 320 beat Beiclier 47 48 47 14 47 48 ! 50 aierra Nevada U). lo'S 355 Justice U 'i 10 Overman 77 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PASSENGER TRAVEL, AR1UVAL8. BI UILMHB ft SALISBCRT'S HAMILTON LTNB T 3 Merchant John Green DEPARTURE!). a aiLMEB salibuuby's Hamilton linb: Frank Newton N Baker Wm Autnony Del Muthowson Mrs Deuamure John llrcmn Jack Uiluier Julin Chinaman From the Black II 111.. The following letter was written by Peter Reed, a former resident of Pioche, la the French language and translated by Bock Droletto for the use of the Ukuobd readers. 1 Bbab Golch, Black Hills, ) I July 'Jin, 1870. j I Fuiknd Rock Dbolkttk: I take this I moment to inlorm you of the utate of 5 niv health, whieh in onnrl nnil nln in regard to the riohneBS of these Black j num. inese mines are not neb; the ; population numbers about 6.00U people, all aonous to make money, but I have Been oulv '20 or 30 lnnlcv nn th I balance do not make tbeir expenses, j There are a few claims very rich but the I uumoer 01 mem are Hinall. All the dis- ooverieB ol laHt venr rinpn nnt nmnnni n I anything at all, thty are all abandoned; ) ouly this Spring's iliBcoveries are being uiou. j.ue rioneet mines nra at Deadwood and very ie paying rioh. A iiicuu auu ujyaen are working in Bear Uulch and we are making ouly wages, from 6 to 6 dollars pr day, and we are lulibfled that we are in possession of one of the best claims oa the gtiloh. Such is the condition of the Blaok Hills. At present there is an excitement at Big iHotn river and many are leaving for there: I inland tn r... maaif r .11 .1. l. 6 ""J""". J. OUIWO J all the boj-B not to leave Nevada, they s ate better off there and nothino to hH ma,deoere. Since I have left Cheyenne . - u.,0 uoi seen tne tace of a white s woman, the sight of one would bo plea sant. r I awmmiwt Notick.-Wo publish to nay an assessment nniina n( iu nno , Bilver Mining Company of fifty oents per ihToo a Dpon th8 oaP'1"' Btok of ieetn hM,,on 8t 8 meetiD8 of tb8 Di" lAD v -f bt,tJ 00 the8tl1 d"y o Annnrt. J h-i 1 . "POQ which this BBsessment , .. .uiaiu unp aid on th12ih d t I OeDtemha .;ii : . .. ' tieed fu - LZ 8 (?e!"lneD? and adyer- ne,i. r, : : ' Puoo auction on wed oun7,0otober4lh' 10 Py dHn- and costs 01 aaveriiBing, hd expeL8e8 oI TBADK Dni.Tii.o a . oume pariies nave "lely been bringing quite a quantity of if ZZZ . 8 10 rioohe for th8 Purpose taken 1? 'D' 88 tb have always been -era . P? here''"e. We bear nam and ,r.i 'Dg iD re8Rr1 to tbe matter nd atmg that if it is continued tbev ? their face t0 dl800ntinn9 taking them at iOAIN CaPTDRED W lao.n .... - .WWUCU JDP- TOay ftora H. Jannha th.t 11TJ.U. . " iuauu ''tl VU aaain m 1 . -rr i b vupiunu, Bt isaie nan- a b ranoh. on Friday last, by Deputy . 8. Marshal Sink.. .. IVinn Wl. I...,:; -".u oy Al. r-" ujnuo una iuruw up nis sands. JSill and Nate Hanson were taken along hi captives. 1 k Bow. a row oocurred on Sunday fcear Johnston's stable between an ice and a stableman, in whioh one was over the head with a wrench, and l. f ' uuiii wns utaeo f him K n., rr a t u.i ii,efor8 there was a chance to use 'iat ended the fracas. row!t. Jack Gilmer, owner of the f, Tn and Salt Lake stage routee, !w!!d in ,0wn 00 Sunday evening, W 888 ye8t8rdaT morning. Jaok . tw w" keep pretty busy now be- iT 1. h l80k HillB 8,a9 liD8 d th Wr. I DR int0 and ,tom Pioobe. They j P htm traveling aronnd all the tiipe. 1 JOBTICB CotTBT .-rn ... V.-. ID. th w " vwod w maiu th. b ice Coorl yesl"d8Ji that of char T l N"V"la B89lnBt John Elk 1oichh.ri 88011 Dd oo'tery, to Phed 150 name. "egl8trftt,on hM TBfolloin Pnto-rT k . f"""Beni wilt arrive Kp1 B?nMiRt',ch' 8aniU81 G"y."d Editob Becobd: Being about to leave Pioche for California I wish, through your columns, to publicly express my most heartfelt thanks to the citizen of the community for tbeir generous liber ality in affording me the means of going. Three years ago to-day it was that I felt the first pang of rheumatism, a malady that baa disabled me nearly all the time since. For the list two years I have been entirely helpless, most of the time not able to turn from one side to the other in bed. I am particularly indebted to the Kkcohd, as being the tirst to no tice my destitute and helpless condition, and about eighteen months ago appealed to jthe publio in my behalf, which appeal was promptly and liberally re sponded to. My siucers thanks is due D. M. Tyrrell, Superintendent of the IUymond & Ely ruiue, for his efforts in assisting me; ali-o to the gentlemen who waited on the people soliciting money for my relief. Those gentlemen are John Untitles. John Craig, R. P. Dayton and L. V. Loomis. Captain Cardiu. of Bullionville, I never can for get. IIis diainterested generosity is de serving of public notice. Ho called on Quo at Hiko in my cheerless cabin on a cold and gloomy evening, and when about to depart said, "O'Connor, I will leave an open order for you with Mr. Si'hnefer for the amount of $30 or $40 worth of such goods as you uiay waut." To the people ot Hiko I am al.o grate ful, the ladies of that community in par ticular, for many acts of kindness. Aud above all, my best friend, Dr. C. Hareu ber. but for who attentio. . and treat ment I am confident I would have been dead eighteen months bro. I would recommend bim particularly to any oue suffering from dropxy. He is a skillful physician, good nurse and a friend to the poor. To Mr. E. Fralick I am in debted for a free passage to Eureka. In cocluion I will again reiterate my thanks to the people in general (or their great liberality considering the hard times and the general depressed state of buaiuess of all kinds. It Bhtill be my constant hope and prayer that plenty, peaoe and health be constant dwellers among you all). I have the honor to be, Truely and greatfully, J. (J. O'Connob. Piocbk Zephvks. We yesterday had a regular old-fashioned " zephyr. " The wind charged through the streets with almost irresistible force. Such clouds of dust wore swept through the streets that very frequently pedestrians, what few there was urouud, were foroel to uiakn a statu nedu for the neanmt ilmirrc vu l!,.i estate was lively, every one bad a "speo" iu his eye. Only buainess of the utmost importance couia mauce a man to ex nose himself on th Rtrt whan ha hu.l a place of refuge in any house of publio rcsuri. Democratic Count. Commutes. The Democratic County Central Committee met last evening at 8 o'olock at th Court-house and appointed the following ueiBgaies to tne state Convention to be held in Virginia City August 28: Miles Qnilleu, Mike Holland. J. B. Van Hagan r. a., nana, M. SobUHtricb, B. F. Thomas, Eugene Hizard, Geo. Lovr in John J. Halnin. A. T. TC,uM,.n.i T Committee then adjourned to meet on -nuay evening, August 18, 187(5. Republican Countt Committee. The Republican County Central Committee met last evening at the offioe of Bishop & Sabin and appointed the followino delegates to the U-publioan Stat Con ouuuu io oe uem at uarson City on Ibursday August 24th: A. Fife, A. J. Blair. E. R. Clnln .1 W W,ii, ' Wiederhold. D. C (Mark W T?. 'n..m a. Li. Lee, and J. A. McDonald. The committee theu adjourned. Several times on walking over the Divide, we have noticed dead snakes ly ing alongside the railroad track, and last eveuing killed one that seemed dis posed to resent intrusion. They prob ably come out of an old tunnel that is close bV. A (llln Hmnnnl nf lin . pecially after dark, is requisite iu all .1 a.. 1 e . i . 1 iuubo wuu ieei moaned to stroll thut way. Assignee's Notice. Miles Quillen ad vertises iu to-day's ibbuo his appoint ment as Assignee of the estate of Prime T. Coleman, surviving partner of the firm of Coleman & Fuenzlida, who has ben adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition. Abrivkd. T. S. Merchant, agent for the well-known can fruit bouse of C. James King of Wm. & Co., arrived in town on the buckboard on Sunday even ing. Mr. Merebant is looking as healthy as nsual but complains ol the dullness of trade in the camps he has visited. Fbeioht. Freight for the following parties arrived Sunday via the Eureka and Palisade Railroad and was delivered yesterday: D. W. Kline, J. Nesbitt & Bro., W. R. Wilson, C. Stein, Meadow Valley mine. The Eureka Sentinel has discovered a paying lead in the great mine of news paper indUBtrV. It nillllixhea r,nolr ut so much a square, and we have no doubt ooueutB tne mil. That is right. Held fob Postage. There ia a letter in the Pioche poslofUce addressed to H. W. Knight, Carthage, Panola oounty, Texas, which is held there for the pay ment of postage. Pumpino Machinery. Pumping ma chinery for the Meadow Valley mine consisting of pump barrel, flanges, bolts, pipes, &c, arrived yesterday, weighing 19,070 pounds. Staoks. The Hamilton and Salt Lake stages left camp tbia morning at the usual time, the Hamilton with eight passengers and the Salt Lake without any. It is hardly safe to wander aronnd now lest a wily candidate should aeize UDon and inehrintA tha innnni a h.w -uuwuuu. UU- veyor of local truths. Del, Matbewsom left Pioche yester- dav mornins on hi. Vinma tn T?mii;ii on the Hudson River, in the State ot new iorK. Clear Case. The oelebrated "Boca Beer " at Henry Eilers' and Panaca Sa loon, Laoour street. One price! One bit!! au 15. No Change. On inquiry we learn that no obange is to be made in regard to the teachers of the publio schools of Pioche. Arrived. Charley Hoffman and John Ely arrived in Pioche yesterday by pri vate conveyance from Leeds, Utah. Sols Aoknct. W. R. Wilson is sole agent for San Francisco Post, Daily En terprise, Suit Lake Tribune, Eureka Sen tinel and Comstook Record. Also dealer in California and New York news papers, school books, stationery, music, oigars and tobacco, next door to Dexter stables. tf Found. A gold sleeve button attached to a white linen cuff, which the owner can have by applying at Wells,. Fargo 4 Co. and paying for this notioe. 2t. BY TELEGRAPH! fecial to tbi norm oaixi BT WEBTKBM UNION UNI. BECOBD EASTERN DISPATCHES. Helksa, Montana. Aneust 13. The Independent's Bozem.m, Montana, spe. ial of the 12th nf August, sys: A Sioux squaw, who! came into Crow Camp, re ports a terrible battle; that Crook bad almost annihilated the Sioux, and has the remainder in snch a position as to force their surrender. Parties from Crow Agency brought this news. It may be greatly exaggerated, if not entirely false. New Yobk. August 13, Hon. Rodman M. Price, ex-Governor of New Jersey, has accepted tbe invitation of the As sociated Pioneers of the Territorial days of California, to deliver an address at Pbilndelphia, on September Stb, the twenty-sixth birtb-dav of the State of Calilornia. The subject will be " tbe aettlemeut and progress of California from July 7, 1816. to the present time. Washington, August 13. Detach ments of the Wheeler expedition are leaving here daily for the field. Th work ol exploration and surveys weBt of tbe 10th meridian will be otrried out during the remainder of tbe year in New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada and Califor nia. The sectioua of country to be ex plored are contiguous to the finished ter ritory surveyed by this body or Clarence King in previous years, and trianguUlion will be an extension of the systems al ready completed, to which it will be joined. There will bs two poiuta of reu devouz, Carson City, Nevada, and WeBt Animas, Colorado. At these places tbe executive and soientino attnenees ot toe survey, some ntiy in number, Bra now gathering, and at these points of outfit, the expedition will receive numerous ad ditions of persons for guides, packers, military escorts, and seven working par lies will take the field, it having been found that tbe work can be most vigorously carried on by small oorps ol eight or ten persons each. Oue of the eastern parties will traverse the country on both Bides of tbe Kio Grande, south of the latitude of Albrunu. roue. New Mexico, the other to be engaged in Colo rado, will proceed to tho northeastern oorner oi tout state, and in the course of the season acquire data neoeseary tor completion of maps of the Territory. Five parties will operate on the Pacitio Coast, taking Carson City as the initial point. From here tbey will make a sur vey eastward over the plains and the iso lated mountaiu region of Nevada, and westward into tbe rugged Sierra Nevada range, along which Inauguration will be developed above the Central Pacitio Railroad, working in tbe vicinity ol Beckwith Pass, aud as far towards the northern boundary of California as the shortness of the season will allow. As yet, the topography of those regions is but slightly known, and as the tide of settlement is turning in these directions, it has been deemed advisable to cover them with a systematic goograpbiaal sur vey which will also take ooguiztuoe of, and report upou the natural reaouroes of the region visited. Ltnchbubo, Va. Aug 13. This raorn a water spout struck the line of the Virgiuia MidlnflH Railroad, sis miles north of this place, flooded and extend ed over five miles. A oulvert was oar ried away leaving a gap 00 feet broad and hfty feet deep, into wbiob a freight train was precipitated, killiug Keyes, tbe engineer aud Anderson, a brake man. The storm lasted only a few minutes. Chicago, Aug 13 The striking brake men on tbe Ohio and Missouri Railway at Viucennes, Ind., to-duy ran two coaches containing olfioers of tbe road and a detachment of police aorosB the Wabash river into Illinois. The strikers have possession of tbe road; tbe Govern or bus been strongly appealed to for aid. New Yobk, Aug H. The Times has the lollowiug: The steamship City of Chester, of the Inuiun line, went ashore off Owls Head, about 10 o'olock yester day morning aud lust night lay 8 feet deep in mud. Ail efforts together off having failed, the oubin passengers and their baggage and tbe mails were taken off yenterday afternoon, but the steerage passengers aud their ellectg remain on board. The steamer is not known to bo injured aud it is expeoted after she has beeu relieved of her oargo she will get off in good ooudition. Washinoton, Aua U. A bill rmssed by the Senate Friday night, providiua tor appropriations lor tbe last mail trains aud restoring the franking privil iges has beeu referred to tbe Uonsn Committee on Postoffices and Postroada aud will not bo reverted to by tbe House this session. This will end tbe scheme for restoring tbe franking priveligu for this year, as well as the fast mail post routes, uuiess tne irienas oi an combine and foroe a ooutiouauce of tbe sesiion, which Borne threaten. The Tribune's Washington special Bays: One of tbe meanest propositions that has recently beeu made, is credited to the oQloers of Government who is said propose that in ordering forces of clerks in several departments, salaries of ail ladies now receiving $1,200. 1.400 or $1,800, shall be reduced to $900, iu order that it will not be necessary to discbarge so many male clerks of higher grades, as will otherwise have to go. The, number of ladies in tbe employ of the oovern. ment, who receive more than one thon. sand dollars salary, is small and in almost every instance tbey are experts in departments service in which tbey are placed. It is not olaimed that male olerks, who will receive their salaries. oan do their work any better or as well as it is done by tbe ladies. Indeed it is proposed to Keep ladles in their anlarioa olerks wbo oan vote and render other political servioe. Maw Yobk. Aus. 11 Abont flri. v. glisb miners arrived at this port yester day in tbe City ol Chester from th. mir ing distriots in Westmoreland and Corn- wan, jiogiana. iney leave lo-night for Virginia City, Nevada, nndsr contract with some English mine owners. Ibe first wire of tbe East river hridaa was stretobed across tbe river this morn ing. About five thousand people were present and considerable enthusiasm was manifested. Washington, Aug. 14. On inonlrv nt Army headquarters it is ascertained that nothing whatever baa been received con firmatory or the report of the Sioux squaw that a terrible battle bad taken place between Crook and tbe Sioux In dians and that the letter bad been al most annihilated. While hopes are ex pressed it may prove true, the story is Btill considered doubtful. The Senate by a vote of yeas 29, nays 12, passed a bill to oarry into fcffeot tbe Hawaiian treaty; it passed without amedment. Cmoaoo, Aug. 14. R. Williams. As sistant Adjutant General at Omaha, tele graphs to General Sheridan's headquart ers here that tbe following has just been reoeived by bim: "Fort Laramie. Wy., Aug. 14. The report of Gen. Terry's fight with Sitting Bull is confirmed through Indians coming into Spotted Tail Agency. They report a heavy en gageineot, the defeat of tbe Indiana with great loss and Sitting Boll wounded; signed Townsend," It is proper to My that tbe accuracy of tbe information contained in this dispatch, coming as it does irom that source, is discredited. PACIFIC COAST. EosrBcno. Oregon, Angnxt 14. Yes terday about 5:30 p. m., a homicide waa committed by Frank Davis, who lives about ten miles south of this place. A stranger pas-ed tb house in tbe after noon and asked for a drink of water, which be gave him. Afterwards when Mr. Davis bad left, leaving his sinter and uncle alone in tbe house, tbe man returned and oommeuced an uttack npou bis sister. Having seized an ax, tbe tin cle'a efforts, together with one of her brothers, seemed to be of uo avail in sub duing the man. Mr. Davia heariug the screams, hurried to the house, procured a gnn and shot the man d. sd. We learn that tbe man's name is Henry Crow, who has been an inmate of tbe insane asylum. It is supposed that he was in sane at the limp. Mr. Divia is a well known and respected oitiZ'-n aud is gen erally justified, though it is regretted that no other means could b used by which the lunatic's life could have beeu saved. San Fbancisco, August 14. Joseph Smith, a son of the Mormon prophet, preached to a good audience at the bull of tbe Grand Army of tbe Republio last night, Tbe address was ri voted mainly to an exposition of tbe Mormon I'm ill, with a declaration that the speaker was opposed to polygamy and b lievetl that his lather waa also, whioh statement elicited an interesting discussion with a member of the audience. Bu.ith claimed to have a party among tbe Momons of about fifteen thousand in bis lavor aud opposed to Brigbam Young. Ou y four oasa of small pox were re ported this morning. Six occurred yes terday and two deuthB. The deaths of last week numbered thirty, which the bealtn officers stat were desperale oases which oame to hand a week or two ago He gives as his opinion that ext-nsive vaccination has checked the disease, aud that the worst is over. Tbe Coroner held an inquest to. day on the liody of Jobn E trie, killed by hood lums recently uu Valencia street, hut although it was plainly shown that Rome of tbe gang who were arrested had com mitted the crime, and the evidence of one wilnesa point-d directly to one named Coulon, the jury found a verd ot of " death ut the hands of parties un known. " The hoodlums are becoming more no live than ever iu all parts ot tbe city. Tbe oase of the Central Pacific vs. Cohn this morning assumed a new phase. The Company's attorneys Coding that their clients were in danger of being non-suited on account ot a lack of evi dence to support the cbarg'S in the com plaint, to-day made a motion for defend ant to show oanse why plaintiff should not be permitted to ameud tbe com plaint. The motion is now being argued. The dispute between tbe stockholders of tbe Europa Mining Compauy it is ex peoted will be settled by a decision of the Court to-day. The questiou at isauo is as to the legality of one pirty being allowed to vote 37,000 shares of pledged slock. If the decision is to the effect that the pledgers have a right to vole 37.COO shares, then tbe old Board is re elected oy Dl, UJ0 sbar-s, inoluding the 37.000, wuile the new Board wbii-h re- oeived tbe vote of but 39,890 allures will nave to retire. The case of John Finch, et al, vs. tho r.uropa lUining Company, oame up iu tbe Nineteenth District Court to-day on amotion to dissolve the iujuuotion here tofore granted in the case. After an ar gument, at the tht fauggestion of Judge aimer, tne esse was couunned one week. Virginia Uitt, Nev., August 14. C H. Mayer, Deputy Coroner, ex-Depnty U. S. Marshal, etc, has absquatulated. ue is n aeiauiter 111 some bankrupt es taies io tue amount of 561,000. Ha is supposed to be accompanied by a woman oi tne town. n. roan named ueorge E. Smith was killed this afternoon while assisting in some experiments with the new exoel Bior blasting powder. FOREIGN NEWS. PaBIS, Autf 13. President ,f(Ar,ihnn has liberated 101 imprisoned for partici pation, in outrages during tbe com mune troubles. LONDON, auk. 14. Silver steady at oiyi pence. Icb 1 Ice 1 Ice ! ! S. B. Martino onoe more annonnoes himself as being in tbe field with a large supply of fine, dear ice, which will be sold at a reasonable price. Leave orders at Fulks & Mo- Alpin s. - If yon want any tin ware, sheet iron and oopper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very lowprioes, go to J. J. Halpin & Co., who employ uuus uui nrsi-oiass workmen. tt Well-Governed Two Governors for President one for vice. Govern your self and do your drinking at Psnana Saloon Lacour street one price! one hit!! tf. Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. 0. Eouiade s. Meadow Val ley street. tf. W. R. Wilson continues to sell ioe, Leave orders next door to Johnston's stable. Fob Sals. A small printing press, with type, ink, etc. tf. W. E. Wilson. Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Holland gin, and old Jamaica rum, at. T. C. Pon- jaues. tf Best brands of Tobaooo and cigars at Fresh Garden Seeds at G. R. Alexan der s Drug Store, Impobtkd sherry, port and olaret wines at ronjaae s. 'tf Cheese. Fresh White River cheese just reoeived at T. C. Poujade's, " A Housa to rent. W. R. Wilson. B. B. Morr, in., Sacramento. 0. H. Pi.b, Pioche. IWOTT. FISH & CO., Meadow Valley at. flOCHE NEVADA, IMPOHTER.S And Dealers in HARDWARE. MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, VZ3S -A-nci Tinware. fet-tr BANKIUG HOUSES. THE STATE bank of nevada" piooiie. Board of Dtrortorai JOHN P. KELLET rodent JA8. F1NLAY80N vice Piwldent CHAS. A. WIEDERHOLD Secretary CP. PUIL80N J.W. WRIOHT. U. 8. LUBBOCK HAltRY I. THORNTON. Attorneys! TUOKNTON.KELLET& QARBER DEPOSITS RECEIVED. EITHER ON OPEN acconnt or to iwne certiorate! therefor pay able od demand. KXCHAXOK DHAWN TPflN NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, And cdher principal cltle. ot the U, 8. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities ol Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Mininir Stm U Bought aud Sold ou I'omtuixMon, r Monoy Loaned on Stocks." Correspondent. i LAIDLAWfcCO.,Agentsof th.Uauk) t of California N" Tork LONDON and HAN FKANCI80O ll a M if i iutn-n -a i u LATHAM At mi. HinKi I n rYancac Broken lal.tf. 1. W. WRIfJHT. Bank Manager. W. E. GRIFFIItf, 33 i. TSJ 131 X3 IX. AND AOKNT WELLS, FARGO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., rrrtANRAOT3 A GENERAL BANKING BITS- 1 TWuu r. ... . m ........r.. Arji tn rer-iveu ou upen Ac count or Cirtlftiates itsued therefor. Exchange drawn nn all the principal cities of the United Hlaiea, Canada and Eunpe. Will purchase Silver and Crude Bullion or waae aovaucea on sama anil khin f. n,.fl. OORREarONDHNT. I WELLS, FARGO Sc CO., Ban Franclaco, Cat. WKLLH, FAHCiO A CO., 68 Broadway, New York. EIVKS, A ALLKN. fil King William street, London, Eng., Agents Wclla, Fargo A Co. OFFICE in Wells, Fargo it Co's Building, Main street, l'loche. Nevvila. ni!6-tf D. C. CLARK & BROTHER, STONE STORE! LOWER MIN STHKKT PIOCnK. NEVADA. WHOLESALE AND RETAITi -nxAXXBa nt GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, POWDER FTJSK, AND GENEBAL MEBCHANDISE mylfl-tf MILES QUILLEN, MEADOW VALLETOSTREET, Wholesale and Retail) Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Sole Agent for:the SOLAR SALT COMPANY. FINE TABLE ;g ALT For Sale Id large or nmall quantities. JelS-tf ED. THOMPSON, MAIN STHEET, PIOCHE, Oppoaite Ph. Felaenthal's 8to. FINE WINES. LIQTJ0.1R.S 4L.2TX CIGARS. Jy-tf E. 1 FJRCO & 10.. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF BRANDIES, WHS HID LIQUORS, 31B Front atret, Corner of Commercial, San Franclaco. Cal. tr94-tf TO GROCERS AND OTHERS. A LI. PERSONS REQUIRING FINE TABLE 8 ALT can b supplied by Mile. Quillen at bts B'ore. who is agent for the Rolar Salt Company in Pioche. Sack, ot anv air. alw.c. OD hand. myM-U MIXES QUILLEN, Agent. HOTELS k RESTATJBAHTS. BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. DICK RIEPE ... JXO. TITLER. 4Ctl 0I'ES9 05 L .... STREET, Adjoining Buss Scott's Saloon, on Sunday Mg, June, 4ih. 1576, 1 1 j THE TAIIT.E WITT TIF HTPPT lrn WTTTT I th BKKTthelioch aud ten Fmicico ALL DKLICAC1KS IN SEASON. OPEN BAY AND NIGHT For the areommodaiion f gUM(,. Call aud try ua. JeS-tf BIEPE a TITLEIt SAN JOSE MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA. 1I1N HOt'SlE IB AGAIN IV full Hlaat. and will l. conducted by the former pro.. j" i i.iur, SLEEPING ROOMS Are Neat and Clean. X)I3STT3- BOOM The; Pleaeanteat In Ti wn. thk TA RLE will b iupplitd with th w iu uiniaui. RAT1IH at all hours of the day, with abusd auvv n uuv auu com waier. The charge, will ks reasonable, (lull tlnieaf A Bhare of patronage it .elicited. Give the SAN .10HK a trial. A. D. Alll.I.hlt, July lat, 1876. to ault th. Prop'r. jj2-lf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT 33 a3a.: MEADOW VALLEY STREET. Oppoaite Dexter Stabl.. Glbfrleil Ai Briaavcher, Proprietors, Fresh Oyatera Id every Htyle. Open day and night for the accommodation of n pumic n29-tf REMOVAL! REMOVAL! J- XTESSXTT & BRO., MAIN AND LACOTJB STREETS, PIOCHE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS' DEAUCm B Utah Produce and General Merchandise. IMPORTED WINES DND LIQTJORS. J. C. LYNCH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR DEALER, Cor. Main and Lacour streets, riociinn, nev. ALSO A GFNT FOR THE CONSOLIDATED TO. Xa. nacco Uonipany ol California. CIGARS AND TOBACC, Wholesale and Retail. my31.tr C.JAMES KING OFYUVUCQ. UiN"FACTUnER or HERMETICALLY SEALED CAN GOODS, Corner Broadway aud ransom, .tract., SAN FRANCISCO. Only Gold Medal awarded on tbia continent for Hermetically Be alt d Goods. VNo Chinamen eirployed by this firm. JelC-tf rpHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFOPE FT. J. intiiiK under name and Hj le ol Newman Mahlstedt (in the p.naca Saloon) it this day dicaolvert by mutual consent. J. 11. Newman aemmes all Indebtedneaa of the late coucern and collect, all bills due the mi, J. B NEWMAN. U. MAHLSIfcDT, Pioche, June 9, 1876. P. 8. During H. Mahlstedt'. brief ata ha will call upon those indebted. Per contra tnosa Having diiis amnct win please present mem a, uuve jut iiqiuuauou. J. B, NEWMAN. Inferring to tbe above, the anbsrriber will continue to run the Panaca Saloon with Cen tennial Uouoiaand rellahia cio.r. onebitl - Tbe well known and mUlmt Ttaf.Vn .n Billiardlst. HAN H Y AN, will be Capitan" of Ceremonies at this boute. Thankful for part favors, no einense will ba .pared to merit t continuance of tbe same. je-M J. B. NEWMAN. CAUTION. ALL PARTIES HAVING PIPES RfNNINQ in tbeir houses or hnninma vlace. are cautioned against wateriDg tbe street lth tbe water during tbe continuance of this warm weather. A violation of this notice will caurt a removal ot tbe bo-e enn ctlon. FLORAL SPRINGS WATEB CO. By W. M. Lubbock, Bup't. jemt GEO. T. GORMAN, NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLN COUNTY, COMMISSIONER OP DF.EDS CALIFORNIA AND UTAH, Record Office, Lacour Stroot PIOOHR.NEV. tf JoM THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA, rtPHB OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER M. on the Pacific Ooaat. Pnbllahed at Han Francisco, California. Mn oacrlpuooa raoalvwd by 0. WIEDERHOLD. JJKCELLABE0TJ8. JOHN ROEDER. Z corBSTsrxT "OOHB OITT. NEVADA, Dealer in Groeerf, Pro vision, and General Mereliandiae. KULLMAN & ARMER "KOTO. aBS DtaLKBS n Cigars and Tobacco, ttaarticrcuBt of G ermine Havana Cigar-, SOS. SWD80 IWaAXiirro Sr., -IT"8' SAN FRANCISCO. EUREKA AND Palisade Railroad. Home, foot e4 Pioche street. rSri.1" J. B. STEPHENS, FASRIONABLB BOOT-MAKER Main htreet, Arljolaliig Plorh, II oa No. 1. . Bp1"" ot ucti Btok. I am al. a.prepuito mak. to order all lilo. of BOOTS, hBOKN. AND OAITEHS Of .very description, In tho latest ttyhs. Water. pituoK ork. HOLED BOOTH Mttit to order in 1 tyl. Good ot warranted. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Agent for Brown's Satin Pollah. Makes old Shoes new. lunda Cork Boles for sal.. tMI J. B. 8TEPHEN8. J. & to., "AW BTBER, PIOC" NEVADA, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARII, IRON, STEEL, MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, EOSE, BELTING, PACKING, Ou Pip and Fittings, ratals. Oils and Kara! Dions. Agricultural Implements. STOVES, CROCKERY, OLABtV. WARB, and BOTJ8H FUBN- I8B1NO GOODS. , Manufactnrera of Oopper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Wan, Plum bars, : Dveaiu auu ua. x liters. WE ARE HOW PREPARED TO CON. trsct for Air Pips, Blower.. Fnmaes Pipe, Lift Pumps, so., of auy required alas and weight. Also Agent! for th Oelabratad Book's Patent OookBtovM. tvS-tt TfTM T, PROCEEDS of Ik MINES rosiKs Quarter Beginning April 1, 1876, and Ending June 30, 1876. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Taxes on the Proceed, of th. Mine, for th. quarter ending June 90, 1876, are now du. aud payable at the office of th. Assessor, at tha Court-house. Th. law In regard to their collection will tw strictly enforced. suli-.w K. v day run. Assessor. omcut-l PROPOSED AMKNDMRNT AND RE. vision oi tbe Constitution of tbe State of Nevada, passed tt tb. seventh session of th. Legislature: Resolved, by tb. Assembly, tbe Senate con curring. That tbe Constitution of th Stats of Nevada be amended al follows; Amend Si ctlon on. of Article IS of tn. Con stitution of the State of Nevada so a. to read at follows: Section 1. Tb fiscal year shall comm.net on tbe nrat day ol December in etch year. Passed January IV, isit- 1 solved, br tha Assembly, the Senate con curring. Tbst our history ss a Plate, has taught us the uecessKy of revising tht Constitution I we Ibertlore recommmo tue eiectora, at u next election for members ot tb. Legislature, to vote for or against tb. railing of Convention for the purpose of reviati g tht Constitution of the Stale of Nevada. passed February 18, a it. T V..m. Mvlifv 4b tnn ffntn. to be tin. COB. ie. from tbe ori.intl enrolled Beaolutlont oa file tn my oft-ce Seal.! Witness my hand aid th Orett Seal of State. August 1, 1876. ' ' i. D. MINOR, aut 3m BKi.tary of Stat. DEXTER LIVERY STABLE, Meadow Valley eUreot, PIOCHE, ...NEVADA. GEO. 0. JOHNSTON, PB0PB1ET0B. CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND TO LET ON short Dotlee Teams, Bafrtf" Saddl H.rstB, At Low Rate. - , Stock Boarded by th. day or weak, and car. fully groomed. aaSft-tf Notiee to Creditors. TESTATE OF WM. SCANLAN. DECFAflED. Notiee is hereby given by tbe undersigned dminlstrstorof tb estst of Wm. Bcsnlta. deceased, to tbe erealitor of, srd all persons having claims against, the said deeetsed, to ex. hlbit them, with th necessary voucher, within ten months tf'er th first publication of this notlrs, to tb said Administrator, st Mile Quit. ten st tor, si nocne, in tn ctmnty of LlnoolB. aisiea as riocn, rfuiy an, isib. jy8-3ud MILES QUILLEN. TO STOCK RAISERS. Pioobi, Nev., May 2th, int. HAVE TWENTY BKAD OF BrtX C A I. V FR. one vear old. bv a TaoBOttoa. bbed DtnjHAM Bpix, from ftrstltts American 1 airy Cows, that I with to Mil or trtd for other stock. I will have them at my plaot at Bow Valley tbe emt week in July next. myiBMua wm. o. aiawan. LL PFRSON8 KNOWING THEMSELVES Indebted to J. Myer k Bro. will pit com forward and settle their accounts imnttdt. Btely, otherwlM all aooounts rsmalniat nnttt tied on th nrtAdav of January, 1S7C, will ba placed in to hands of tAofBoarfor oaUsvtioa. sut-u 4, axjuaa a auu.