THE WHITE PINE NEWS,
Thursday. November 26, 1903
ONE PHASE OF MINING.
All men cannot own mines from which
gigantic fortunes arc made, but almost
anyone cau own stock In mining com
panies owning properties of good pros
pective value. We say “good pros
peotivo value" because* this is about
the only kind of a mining proposition
that onoean buy into these days, bar
ring fakes and wildcat investments, as
it is not a common thing in this day
and age to hear of the sale of treasury
stock in a mining enterprise which is
already productive and which is paying
the owners big money.
Therefore, if the mining public de
sires an investment in mining securi
ties, the natural thing to do would be
to purchase treasury stock in some
company which has ground of undis
puted value and merit which it desires
to equip and develop. If the company
is composed of experienced, reputable
men. and its property is well located in
a good district, the chances are that
the purchaser of treasury stock will
make thousands upon their investment
where they have put in only hundreds.
Not every investor in mining securities
meets with success, but we can point
out a great many instances where the
small investors in treasury slock have
made their fortunes because of their
good judgment in this respect.
All of our groat dividend-paying
mines of to-day. at out* lime, were only
good prospects In many instances,
companies lor mod for their operation,
bad difficulty in selling enough treas
ury stock to develop them to a point
where they could bo listed us produ
cing mines. We have s**eo treasury
stock sell at a dollar, which, a few
years later, readily brought the owner
ten and twenty dollars a share. We
have known treasury stock to go beg
ging at $5 a share, and we have known
the same stock, live or six years later,
as a ready seller at $100 a share; ano,
during four of th«sc years, this stock
paid a dollar a >»haie a month in divi
As a general thing, those having a
few hundred dollars to in vest in mining
cannot hope to become large mine-ow
ners. Even wit h ample funds at their
command, their business affairs may be
such that they cannot devote their
time to this fascinating pursuit; but
they can buy treasury stock in a good
mining company and thereby become
iudirectly interested iu the great min
ing industry of the went, aud, at the
same time, be free to follow their usual
business avocations untrammeled bv
the care and worry which necessarily
attaches to the ownership and opera
tion of a mining proposition
Stock investment is a phase of the
mining industry that appeals st onglv
to the laboring classes to the merchant,
the clerk, the banker and those en
gaged in various business undertakings
and many such have become independ
ently wealthy by means of such invest
ments. This is really the easiest way,
and possibly the safest, to engage in
the raining industry for tho- e who can
not give their wbblo and undivided
time to the management of a big min
ing enterprise. —S. L Mining Review.
THE ALLOWANCE FOR LEAD
A Matter of Some Importance to
the Average Mine Owner
It now seems lo be au assured fart
that the American Smelting and Re
fining Company has gained complete
control of the lead market, says the
Leadvlllo Herald-Democrat. This has
been through an arrangement with the
Federal Lead Company which controls
tbe output of the Coeur d’Alene mines.
This gives the Guggenheim interests
tbe ores of tbe heaviest lead producers
in the United State-. While the con
tract between the Federal Company
and the smelter trust has not been made
public it is said on good authority that
the basis of settlement for lead ia fixed
at $3.75 per 100 pounds. In other
word*, while the lead miners of Colo
rado are paid on a basis of $3.50 the
more favored producers of the North
woat have an advantage of 25 cents in
the settlement price. Of course, in re
turn for tbia favor the Coeur d’Alene
people have bad to practically turn
themselves over to the trust, but that
doea not seem to work any disadvan
tage. With the truBt having an iron
clad cloch on tbe lead market the in
dependent producer has absolutely
nothing to say. He must accept what
ever price the magnates see Qt to give.
To Aid Mining.
Congressman Martiou of Soutli Da
kota has introduced a bill establishing
mining experiment stations in each
mining Stalo and Territory, the object
being to assay, analyze and classify
various ores and other mineral pro
ducts of the respective States when
presented by citizens thereof. Tne
stations will be in charge of a geologist
at a salary of $3,000 and a chemist at
$2,000. Five thousand dollars is to ho
appropriate*] for tho establishment of
Another Nevada Indian ttcnool. j
The Government will erect a seven
room cottage and sn Indian school
house on the Moapa Indian reserva
tion at once, says the Pioohe Record.
A pin-table collage and school house
wa* |,nr**lis-a*i in New York at u < o 0
*il su_;pst m,*t piii,i|»*ii out. arriving at
Calicut*'* a lew days ago. The freight 1
on the *»«ms vi* $1,000. and it will taka
*1.001 $00*1 line 111 pav 1 he freight to j '
Mu-ipt My toe time the buildings are | 1
erected, they will cost about 7,000,
School wil be commenced as soon as
the buildings are completed.
MAY NOT YBT HANG.
Judge Bonnifield, who defended the
four men convicted of murder und un
der sentence of death is in this city,
says the Carson Appeal. lie made a
trip to the prison in order to consult
with the four men. and upon his arri
val from the prison stated that the case
would be sealed to the Supreme Court.
When asked on what grounds the case
would be appealed he stated t hat there
were several and that it would he a de
cided ly complicated affair. The Judge
stated that it was a very serious affair
and that every effort known to law
would be used to prevent the hanging.
It is expected that tho appeal will be
taken in a few days, which means that
tho hanging will not take place for
some time to come, as the attorneys
will be given considerable time to iile
their briefs in the case and the Su
preme Court will have to thoroughly
digest tho matter, as tho lives ol four
men hang in the balance.
Attacked With Facial Paralysis
II F. Golding, assistant cashier of
| the Eureka County Hank, last Satur
day suffered a slight stroke of facial
paralysis, the right side of his face be
ing effected. A cold contracted ag
gravated a diseased tooth that had
been giving bun trouble recently, aud
is thought to be the cause of the at
tack. His condition is now slightly
improved, and he expects to leave for
San Francisro shortly to cou*ult a
specialist regarding his case, says the
Lolita Armour Recovered
Lolita Armour, whom Dr. Lorenz, ,
the famous Vienna surgeon treated for
hip disease, is so far recovered that
• he is able to dance. She has entered j
a private dancing academy, und will!
soon be able to move with all the free- !
dow of other children
Wheelmen ( rice Homl Tax.
The Michigan division of the League I
of American Wheelmen is preparing n i
bill for introduction in the legislature
providing for u road poll tax. It will
provide that every able-bodied man in •
the state between aud inclusive of tin
ages of 21 and 60 shall pay it his tax. \
and the receipts will he used to build I
and repair roods in the county in which
it is collected, and where the petition
ers for such roads will agree to pay
their whole road tax in cash instead
of work. The plan has received satis
How to I'Tcnnomlze Labor.
When too much land is cultivated the
farmer is compelled to slight his crop*
to a certain extent, and wbat he gains
in area cultivated he loses in yield.
It will be more profitable to cultivate
only as much land as can be given care
ful attention. The manure that is suf
ficient for n small field, and which
would increase the yield, will give but
little benefit on a large surface. Small
farms permit of greater economy of
labor and can be made more fertile
every year. _
Send inlOrders For Seed Burly.
The Agricultural Department has
made arrangements to distribute seeds
this season much earlier than last.
Persons desiring a supply of vegetable
or flower *eed should send their re
quests before November 1st to Senator
Wm. M. Stew Art, Washington, D C
Noticeof Appointment and to Creditors
NOTICE is hereby g'veu that the undersigned
was on the 26th day of October 1903, duly ap
pointed the Administrator of the Estate of
Jerome B. Mathewson, deceased,by the Fourth
Judicial District Court of the ,st%te of Nevada,
in and for White l’ine County
All persons having claims against the said
Estate, must within THREE MONTHS from
the date of the first publication of this Notice,
file the same, with the proper vouchers and
statutory affidavits attached, with the Clerk of
the aforesaid Court.
Administrator of said Estate.
Cbaa. A. Walker, Attorney for Administrator
First publication. November 19,1903
Last publication, December 17,1903.
Notice of Appointment and to Creditors
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
was on the 26th day of October 1903, duly ap
pointed the Administrator of the Estate of H.
P. Molleson, deceased, by the Fourth Judicial
District Court of the State of Nevada, in and
for White Pine County.
All persons having claims against the said
Estate, must within THREE MONTHS after the
date of the first publication of this Notice, file
the same with the proper vouchers and statu
tory affidavits attached, with the Clerk of the
aforesaid Court. CHAS. A. WALKER,
Administrator of said Estate.
First publication November 19. 190*.
Last publication December 17,1903.
Notice of Appointment and to Creditors
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
w as on the 28th day of October 1903, duly ap
pointed the Administratrix of the Estate of
Benjiinan Btrandman deceased, by the Fourth
Judicial District Court of the Blalc of Nevada,
in and for White Pine County.
All persona having claims against the said
Estate, must within FORTY DAYS from the
date of the first publication of this Notice, tile
the same with the proper vouchers and statu
toi y affidavits attached, w ith the Clerk of the
aforesaid Court. SERA FI A BTRANDMAN ;
Administratrix of sa2<l Estate !
('has. A. Walker Att’y for Administratrix.
First publication November 19 1903.
Last publication December 17, 1903.
NBW SHORT OK DDR IIOUHD.
M. Fornia has jus*. nflttrd tip ih»*
•bophousw in ttio rear of j
ooo, and in now randy to feed t ho i
ituigry at ail hours, with everything
hn market adords .t pncea to *uit t.tu
White Pine Copper Company.
Location of principal place of business, Han
'Francisco, California. Location of works,
[ Robinson Mining District. White Pine County,
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
j tlie Board of Directors held on the 24th day of
I October 1903, an assessment (No. 12) of five (6)
j rents per share, was levied u\ < n the Capital
I Stock of the Corporation, payable Immediately
j in United States Gold Coin, to the Secretary, at
j the office of the Company, Room 79, Nevada
! Block, No. :«09 Montgomery street, Han Fran
Any stoc k upon which this Assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 27th day ok November
I p.103, will be delinquent and advertised for sale
| at public auction, and unless payment is
made before, will be sold on Friday the 18th
[ day of December 1903, to pay the delinquent
! Assessment together with cost of advertising
| and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
CHARLES D. OLNBY, Secretary.
Odin Room 79, Nevada Block, No. 809 Mont
gomery street. Sau Francisco. California.
Date of first publication October29,1908.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
TO WILLIAM RICHARDSON:
You are hereby notified that we have ex
pended during each of the years 1902 and 1903f
$100. for each of said years in labor and im
provements upon the Clump lode miningclaim,
situated iu the Robinson Mining District,coun
ty of White Pine. State of Nevada.the location
certificate of which is found on record In Book
page 286. in the office of the Recorder of said
county, in order to hold said claim under the
provisions of section 2324 of the Revised Stat
utes ofthe United States, and the amendment
thereto, approved January 22, 1880, iwncerning
annual labor upon mining claims, being the
amount required to hold said lode for the
period ending on the 31st day of December of
each of the aforesaid years, each of your pro
portion of each expenditure being $66? a for the
whole of said period, and if within ninety days
after the publication hereof you fail or refuse
to contribute your proportion of such expendi
ture as above stated, your interest in said claim
will become the property of the inbacriberr,
your co-owners, who have made the required
expenditure by the terms of said section.
Date of iiist publication, October 22, 1903.
The L. C. Olmstead Property
Consisting of sheep, cattle, ranch and
range. For further particulars ad -
dross or call oir J. M. FOX,
Shoshone, White Pine Co., Nev.
wt -t- f- f- -f.'f-'-f. f.'.f f
<*: STABLE, ^
<«► i Single or double rigs
• ^ m nent to any of the
' * ^ mines or to the rail
■ road on short notice.
f dorses boarded by ^
S,- \ day. week or month.
Good hay and grain
^ < constantly on hand. ►'
J A. L. PARKER, 2>
Good turn-outs and
reasonable charges is
■< what, T otter to the
^ general public.
^ ELY, NEVADA.
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APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
United states Land office, (
Carson City, Nevada, June 1H, 1903.1
Notice is hereby given that Wm. K. Colton
«»i Halt Lake City. Utah, and T It. Mahan of
Cherry Creek, New for himself and co-claimants,
have made application for a United States
Patent for the Victor and Vindicator lodes
consolidated mining claim, situate in the
(iranitj Miuiug i/istrut, White Pine County,
Nevada,' . nve 1 "illlinear feet of each of
the aforesaid loflc Mn < surface ground each 600
feet wide, tieing mineral survey No. 2058 and
described in the field notes and plat of the of
ficial survey on file in this office with magnetic
variation at 16 deg. 40 min. East as follows,
The Vindicator lode being described as fol
lows: Commencing at post No. 1 a cornerof
the claim from which the north west corner of
township 19 north, range 63east Mount Diablo
Meridian boars 8. 63 deg 37 Min E. 6942 feet
distant, thence running from said corner No.
1. N 58 deg. 47 min. W. 600 feet to corner No. 2,
thence?. 29 deg. 48 Min. W. 1500feet to corner
No. thence 8. 58 deg. 47 Min. E. 6<H) feet to
corner No. 4, thence N. 29 deg. 48 Min. E. 1500 to
corner No. 1, being the place of beginning.
Said lode containing a total and net area of
The Victor lode being described as follows .
Commencing at post No. 1 a cornerof the claim
from which the north westcornerof township
19 north, runge 63 cast Mount Diablo Meridian
hears 8. >J deg 37 min. E. 6S42 feet distant,
thence running from said corner No. 1, N. 68
deg. 47 Min W . 600 feet to corner No. 2, thence
N. 31 deg. 45 min K. 1500 feet to corner No. 3,
thence 8. 58deg. 47 Min K. GOO feet to corner
No 4, thence H. 81 deg. 45 Min. W. 1500 feet to
corner No. I being the place of lieginnlng.
Said claim containing a total and net area of
The presumed course of the lode and relative
jHjsitions of the discovery points of each of
said lodes being shown on tne plat posted on
the ground and on the plat tiled with the ap
plication for patent in the above land office.
Said consolidated claim containing a total
and net area of 41.31. acres.
Kach of said lodes embraced in said consoli
dated mining claim being of record in the of
fice of the county recorder at Ely, White pino
Co . Nev. as follows: Victor in Book "5 ' page
400and Vindicator in Book “5” pHge 399 min
ing location recordsnf said county.
The nearest known locations or mining
claims being the Bun Rise survey No. 2057.
T direct that th»s notice be published in the
VN hite Pine News at Ely, county of White Pine
state of Nevada for the period of nine consecu
, , O. II. Gallup, Register.
Date of first publication June 18,1903.
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Harris & Rynearson,
Only high grade whisky and cig
ars dispensed over me bar.
Killm*<l Table and Private
Club Room for Accommoda
tion of Patrons.
All kinds of soft drinks,
beers, etc., always in
We make a specialty of the
Once tried; always drank.
THE CAPITOL SALOON.
Corner Murray and A tilt man streets. j
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DIS
Of the County of White Pine for
the Quarter Ending Sept.,
SOUIM'B or RBVKKUB.
Balance in Treasury. June 30, 1903.., f 11,643 To
From .State School Money . 4,-2wi 21
” Delinquent Taxes 2nditistal, 1902, 30 u ’
” Delinquency and costs . 7 00
” Personal proporty tax, 1908. 351 '.Mi
” Poll Taxes, 190::. r* on
” Court Fees.
" County Licenses, 3rd quarter, G’< l 25
" sheep Licenses. 80 00
Total. $17,056 14
PROPORTION IN FUNDS.
Stale Fund. .$ 127 17
County School Fund. . 5s |i.
Salary Fond ..
Interest Fund—. 1,565 05
Current Expense Fund. .. . 765 62
Redemption Fund.... . 599 79
Sinking Fund. 194 95
General Fund. .. . . 02 8:;
Contingent Fund. . 257 35
Indigent Hick Fund. 786 67
1 list 3 udge Salary... 1211-,
Hamilton Debt Fund. 207
Jurors per Diem Fund. 112 51
Commissions Fund. to 2,
Road Fund 1,. 02 26
Road Fund 2,. (13 20
Road Fun.1 3.. 7193
Road Fund 4. I • 93
Hoad Fund 5.. 57 S'
Bastian Creek Fund ... — 1 »*. 1
Hamilton School Fund. l. l 20
Big Wash Fund... 306 33
Butte Fund. 211 18
Oold Creek Fund _
Newark Fund .
Dewey Fund. ‘294 •
Duck Creek Fund. . . 149 4*
Ely Fund. 1,127 91
Ely Special. o:;o i
Fort kuby. 117 71
Georgetown Fund .
Cherry Creek Fond
White River i and ....
Lane Citi .
Muncy Fund. . 113 2*
N 1 ptOW B.
Osceola Fund. 290 07
Preston Fund. 196 18 ,
Shoshone School Fund. j* : 7<
Snake Valley Fund. 596 l
Spring Valley Fund . ohi .51
Stalwart School Fund. 117 7;:
Stoekville Fund 353 61
Valley School Fund . . 127 59
Warm Springs Fund. 3724-1
Total Iu all Funds.$17,050 It
From State Fund...
” County School Fund ... 3000
" Salary Fund. 1,475 02
” Interest Fund. 1.46160
” Current Expense . 311 40
Redemption Fund. 522 50
" Sinking Fund.. . -
” General Fund..
" Contingent Fund.. . . 6811
” Indigent Sick Fund_ 772 75
" Dist. Judge Salary. . 100 0G
Hamilton Debt Frd.
Jurors Per Diem.
" Commissions. 10 27
" Roa<l Fond No. l.. 5 00
" Road Fund No. 2.. 45 00
Road Fund No. 3
” Road Fund No. 4. -
'' Road Fund No. 5. 52 00
Hamilton School F'd. . 185 00
Big Wash. 65 00
Cold Creek School.
Newark School. 10000
Dewey Fund. — —
Duck Creek School.
Ely School. 43 25
Fort Ruby.. .
Cherry Creek School. 3115
White River School . 145 00
Lane City School ..
Muncy Fund.. 12000
Osceola School . 80 00
Preston School.... 4 00
Snake Valley School.
Spring Valley School. 160 00
Stalwart School. . —
Stoekville School. 72 45
Warm Springs School. .... 12000
Total disbursements.$5,912 75
BALANCE IN PUKDH.
State Fund .... .$127 47
County School Fund. 28 1G
Salary Fund.1,126 42
Interest Fund. 10105
Current Expense Fund. 451 22
Redemption Fund. 77 29
Kinking Fund.. 494 95
General Fund. 62 83
Contingent Fund. 189 24
Indigent Sick Fund. 1392
Dist. Judge's Salary F'd. 21 40
Hamilton Debt... 52 07
Jurors per diem Fund 142 61
Road Fund No. 1 . 62 26
Road Fund No. 2. 57 20
Road Fund No. 3 .. . 7193
Road Fund No. 1. 13 93
Road Fund No. 6. 6 87
In Hastain Creek Fund. 145 48
In Hamilton Fund. 287 20
In Big Wash Fund.. 211 33
Iu Butte Fund 211 18
In Cold Creek Fund..
I11 Newark Fund .. 113 07
in Dewey Fund . 29157
Iu Din k Creek Fund. 149 Ih
In Ely Fund. . i.chi 09
Fly Special.— ... . o.soflO
Iu Foil Ruby Fund. 117 71
111 Georgetown Fund.
In cherry Creek Fund *;;;7
In Gosh 11 te .241 09
1 u Gregory. 2 2 11
In White River Fund . 41903,
Iu Lane City. Him
in .unity Fund . •_'*
In Niptown. lli. •;
In Osceola Fund. 1 • /
In Preston Fund . . 19' is
Iu Shoshone Fluid. 2k : 70
In Snake Valley
In Spring Valley Fun I -Mi
Iu H • a I w a r 1 t ;ui I ;
In Stockvill • Fi.i.d ;<• 1
| In Volley r ••! .i j;. .1
Iu Warm Spring* Fund . 2*3 It
Total in »ll Funds 111 11339
true and correct st.ac .*ictit m the ■inane- • ;
White Pin ■ Coin t . ...da. forth.- qu .rr,
cmlinc s, 1 kiMiii>cr >. I'.siS.
t il AS S G H ! !H ! /.,
J. F M I F4.
I O CV U f. \ COLD IN ONE DAY
lake l.avitiv Bronio IJiiininf Tablets. All
droeg st r fund tor*, money if it fails to cure
K w. Ur*. ' -signal ore is oil each Ihix . jer
SlUSvaiut I0R THE SEWS.
«r ELY } I
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^ C. GRIFFIN, Proprietor. #
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4 Neatness and Despatch. *
$ «»»> <» §
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^ and Furnished with all Con- *
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GRAHAM fV BROWN, Props.
For Terms and Dates inquire of
H. BROWN, Manager.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
I Hiu now prepared to haul all western
reight from Wells to Ely and Cherry Creek.
All pur ties desiring me to receive their good*
ut Well' will please request shippers to mark
'.tint “Caro .1 8. C’azier,” and it will be
promptly delivered to me. I am prepared to
handle everything In the way of freight,‘and
guarantee good service. All charge* will be
prepaid by me at Wells
J. 8. Caziek
Send your order for
Croat or Small.
Will saw to orderon SHORT NOTICE
miles from Osceola.
A. J QUATH, MANAGER.
Caskets, Trimmings, Name
Plates, Gloves, Crepe. Etc.
EVUR ITIING NECESSARY FOR
THE BURIAL OH THE DEAD.
E. <>. CONNORS,
The < choicest
Always on Hand.
All Kind& of Aerated Summer
(lyinks Received Freah Each
Week from the Bot
Visitors to Ely, whomay wanta good
wholesome glass of boor, or pure whis
ky should patronize ho Club Saloon.
i THE ORIGINAL I
A sallow complexion, dizziness,^
R biliousness and a coated tongue
B ari! common indications of liver
■ andl 'Ineydiseases. Stomacli and
R bowel troubles, severe us they are,
9 *T*V<! immediate warning by pain,
3 I’."1 I;';r a"d kidney troubles,
■ thouf'li i- a painful at t,ne start, aro
\ to cure. Thedford’s
* 1 •1 • > • n. lb. i "lit. never fails to bene
■ I'41,1 hviTand weakened kid- I
stira up the toroid liver 1
i ' v i ihe germs of fever and
■ ■ !l ia a certain preventive ,
! g t’s di lean of
t ie kidneys. Witn kidneys re
inforced by Thedford’s Black
draught thousands of persons have
v- It immune in the midst of yol
? : ■ J •,‘r- Many families live in
!i ' 1 . health and have no other j
;er iThedford’s lllaek- |
1 lrai!-nt. It in always on hand for
11 e in tin emergency and saves
inany i v, n.iive calls of a doctor. ;
(>'iu», S.C., Atsrch 10. 1901. ' i
1 have used Hirdford's Black.draught ,
f er three yean and I have not had to go
J ’ 1 I ’a" ':n:t 1 have been taking It.
u a t..c ! t medicine fr.r me that ii
on the n ket lor liver and kidney
I ^ t edi! I and dyspepsia and other m !
complaints. Kcv. A. 0. LEWIS. |
TOR SALE BY
. V. CLARK, .... DRUGGIST
Tho following are the county officers
of White Pino county:
Sheriff.....G. F’. NEWMAN.
Treasurer.J. F’. Miles.
Assessor.A. C. House,
Recorder* Auditor..(.'has. Giiunditz.
Clerk. 1). S. Hickekson,
District Attorney.C. A. WALKER.
, .Ira J McKnight.
Commissioners ■) „M. C. Shallenbarger,
I .Allen Wakoliug
Justice of iho Peace (Kiy Township).
Constable (Fllv Town s’p)W. J. I ’ETEKS
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals.
Syringes, Sponges, Soaps, Combs,
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
Wall Paper, Paints and Oils.
Paint and Varnish Brushes, Etc.
Physic in ns Presrri ftfintis
Carefully 'otnynn tided
at Jill Honrs
F. M, Clark, Proprietor
Xs! EWM AM,
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Beef, Mutton
and other meats in
Our prices are reas
onable and ourterrus
Meat Delivered to all Parts
Ira J. McKnight.
HARNESS AND SADDLES,
on haad or in.de to ordor at «hort notice.
Whip. Tra?e chain.' ,V,"’V* '>»»•
BOOT anoSHOE REPAIRING
cem u'ue/for*urek*' "'M.e fine and Lincoln
THE SINCEH SEWING MACHINE
b?ld.«h?nYePVmI'rl:i 'i!'1 hinc" taken
Agent in Ely |or the
EHted with <i and J Tlre»
elJ?»7'.i?‘'",,'‘ *'0' •'« ( bail. M„d
I urar m red stable, l
| Muin Street, Ely, Nevada, ^
• I earns, liir - jt-s
I and Saddle it or,so.s J
Constantly on Hand f
at Reasonable Rates. f
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ft NOTARY PUBLIC, 8
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C. R. Reeves
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Mining and Criminal Law a Specialty
Will attend every term of tho ot
Court at Eureka, Nevada.
Office at Residence,
i Dr. R. H. Richardson, I
| OFFICE AT ELY HOTEL, >
K tLV>-NEVADA. I
d 'll! KKHY (TtKKK LOfMJK NO. :?» I o () f
Ht Odd Fellow*' Hall every Moi
day evening at 8 o'clock. Sojourn
Ing brethren iu good standing are
cordially Invited to attend J H.
M.Ci.vkk Ket. See
WTfilTOK LODciK NO j| . F. k A. M.
* vine "taietl Communication of stentoe
•odgp, No ,-i.F. .L A M will be held A
In Nevada Halleaeh rue*day evening
' ' r< ,lf «l*ter Ixidki K and - • miming
brethren In good atandlng are cordially In
vited to attend W. U, Cami-bklj., W. M
John \\ earne, Secretary.
A C U W Lodge,
MEETS THE l-’IRST AND THIRD
I hursdays of each month at 8 o’clock
M. In tho A. O. U. W flail at Ely.
Sojourning brethorn in good standing
are cordially Invited to attend the meot
1 >i Nl:wi - s. M. W.
A. Moylk, Secretary.
For Passengers, Baggage,, Mall
express and Freight
LEAVE PALISADE at 7 a. m. dally,
except Sunday, arriving at Eureka
'1:45 a, ,M, This train receives mail,
express and baggage at Palisade from
train leaving Han Francisco at 8 a. in.
daily,and also carrioa mail from ovor
land flyer, leaving Han Francisco at ID
m-i both tho day previous. Also
with all trains leaving Ogdon tho day
STAGE FOIt ELY loaves Eureka at
2 p. m., (after arrival of train) ar
riving at Ely 8 A. M. tho following
KETU11N1NO STAGE, leaves Ely at
ID:,ID a. ra.dally,except Saturday,arriv
ing at Eureka.'! a. in. Passengers can
rost at Eureka and take train at
12:40 [i. m. daily, except Sunday,
arriving at Palisade 5:30 p. m.,to con
nect with easthound passenger train
at 5:45 p. in,, which arrives at Og
den at 5:45 a. in., and Salt Lake City
at 8:20 a. in. the following morning.
Also connects with westbound pas
senger train at 8:58 p, m., due in San
Francisco at 4:26 p. m. next day.
TbisCompany guarantees to deliver
frolght from both cast and west into
Ely as cheaply its viaanyothor route.
Special rates on Machinery and I,um
ber, or any other commodities by the
Also on ore going to the smelters,
castor wost, in carload quantities.
Thin Company is pruparen to handle
Live Stock to ,and (from all points
reached by railroads in tho country.
Quick and Satisfactory Service
Cor information as to Freight and Pas
senger rates, apply to
ti. 0. ABBOTT, Siipl.,
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48 Pages I Weekly I Illustrated,
TO MINING MEN.
$3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
BEND ruH SAMJ'LM COPY.
MINING‘nJ Scientific PRESS
330 MARKET ST.. BAD FRAHOISay. CAL.
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