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LATE LOCAL NEWS.
Homer La Lime and Albert Riggs came out from Touopah Monday. E. Marks, the merchant, came out on Wednesday's stage. .Tas. H. Forman was one of Wednes day's arrivals in camp. L. H. Conley has come over from Tono pah to engage in business. Columbia has a first-class hotel. It's the Merchants'. Casey & Arden. Cri B. Curtis is erecting a dwelling at Jumbo and will keep house with his sister. R P. Dunlap, Malcolm L. Macdonald and J. P. Willis came out from Tonopah Tuesday. Dr. F. -T. Laird was called to Spokane last Saturday, but will return in alnnit two weeks. The Goldfield Water company are lay ing the pipe to convey water to the Com bination mine. Harry McNamara, th? Tonopah butch er. came out Wednesday to look after his mining interests. Charles Kielliofer, a lieutenant iu the Eagle drum corps of Tonopah, was iu town Wednesday. T. L. Oddie and Frank K-.ith, of the Tonopah Mining company, were arrivals in camp on Tuesday. The baseball team is becoming very enthusiastic and promises to put up a hot game on the Fourth. Dan. Greenwaldt left Sunday for Al kali Springs td erect a windmill for the] Combination company. P. O'Leary, recently from the Klon dike, has arrived in Goldfield and will trv for a fortune here. * H. B. Lind returned Monday night from Tonopah, where he had been for several days on business. Jim Healey came in Wednesday and was surprised and pleased at the show ing in Goldfield's mines. Bert Wertheimer, of San Francisco, was in town Thursday doing business with Goldfield’s merchants. “Curley” Graham, owner of Tonopah's “Original Package,” was interviewing his Goldfield friends Wednesday night. Miss ltoaeh left last Sunday for Tono pah to act as maid of honor at the wed ding of Thos. Lynch and Miss Roberts. A few days ago W. D. Frey purchased G. R. Walton’s interest iu the Goldfield meat market, and the firm is now Andrus & Frey. John E. Lutz, who has recently bonded several properties here, left for San Francisco last Friday, but will soon re turn. H. Wood is here from Tonopah with the view of opening a tin and plumbing shop iu Goldfield. His stock is expected here in a few days. Dr. H. C. King dentist, will be at the Esmeralda Lodging house. Goldfield, Saturday afternoons and Sunday morn ings of each week. Dr. Garner, of Tonopah, will be in Goldfield on the Sth, and will possibly reside here. He is interested in leases !), 10 and 11, on the Jumbo. A new awning in front of W. S. Elli ott’s new building on Main street has been completed. Likewise a concrete walk, the first one laid iu Goldfield. Will Marsh went to Tonopah Wednes day to meet his mother and sister on their arrival from Austin. They will make their future home with Will at Columbia. On and after July 1st the postofnne at Butler will be called Tonopah and the office will lie raised to the second class. This carries with it an increase in salary of 82,000 a year. The Eagle drum corps of Tonopah, one of the warmest organizations in the state, has uotitie 1 the committee that they will be in Goldfield at 10 o'clock on the m >rn iug of the Fourth. The committee on subscription for the Fourth of July celebration are real hus tlers. They collected about 81,200. For ttie first effort, how does that strike the enterprising citizen? By the arrival of a half dozen new horns and a snare and a base drum.Gold field’s brass band will be enabled to fur nish all kinds of patriotic airs for the Fourth. The boys are now practicing nightly. Geo. R. Walton, late an owner in the Goldfield meat market, was married at Portland, Ore., on June 7tb, to Miss May Murphy. The happy couple returned to this city on June 20th, being accom panied by Mrs. C. Walton, mother of the groom. Walter Colby left Thursday morning to attend Ike funeral of his twin brother, Wallace, who died at Leadville, Colo. The brothers had been together for twenty years until two years ago and the news of his brother’s death came as a great shock to Walter. Goldfield has a new business firm con sisting of Willie Liebendorfer and Harry Knickerbocker. What the boys lack in years they make up in enterprise. Their stand has been erected south of The News office and ice cold lemonade is on tap at all hours of the day. J. T. Jones has undergone an opera tion on his eye at Sau Francisco and is now in Carson City, from which point he will soon leave on a prospecting trip. The operation was partially successful and he can now see a little out of the in jured eye. Mr. Jones was one of the pioneers of Goldfield and at one time, with his partners, had the Jumbo and other good properties located. He was s’ruck in the eye by a piece of rock and the resulting injury forced him to leave camp for medical treatment and many of his liest locations ran out and were relo cated by others. MAGNIFICENT RETURNS Are Promised by Goldfield, as Hr. Gunn Sees It. Geo. E. Gunn, representing the Amer ican Smelting and Milling company of Utah, returning from Tonopah and Gold field last evening and sjieaks in glowiog terms of the two large camps. He owns considerable property in the new fields and is more than elated over the pros |K-cts of the mining country, says the State Journal. In a statement last evening, he said: “The mines at Tonopah are richer than they were before, but that the city of Tonopah will soon be eclipsed by the coming city of Goldfield. “ llie mines in Goldfield have a large amount of ore on the dumps and most of it will go as high as $3,00:) a ton in gold. Some of the ore from the dumbo goes as high as $30,000 a ton. “The railroad is now within eight miles of Tonopah and will be finished in a very short time. When the road is completed both of the camps will be greater than ( ever liefore as more men will be employed j aud many more mines will open up.” [The Journal rejwirter probably mis understood Mr. Gunn in one particular. The most of the ore on the dumps here won’t "go as high as$3 000 a ton.” There are large dumps of good ore here, but $3,000 per ton for the “most of it” is jmtting it out of the bounds of reason. - Editor News.] Bids Wanted. Hills will be received np to July 5,1904, (1) For hauling and distributing along the line from Alkaii Springs to the Com bination mine. 100 tons of material, more or less ; (2) To ttencli, lay and cover said pipe as per specifications. Further information can be obtained from Mr. George H. Lewis, engineer in charge of the water supply. The right is reserved to reject any anil ali bids. Edgak A. Collins, Sup't. New Manager. Fred. 11. Anglemier, recently of San Francisco, arrived in camp Sunday and will be manager for ttie Goldfield Lum ber Co. J. S. McQuillan, the present manager, will leave shortly for Tonopah. WILLIAMS’ MARKET LETTER Goldfield this week has made tremend oils strides in development and in estab- 1 lishing herself as a producer I earn after team lias left here this week with sacked ore and yet you cannot miss it from the ore dumps. The Florence is still producing high grade ore, as is the Combination, Jumbo and January. At two places in Diamondfield this week ore was uncovered. On the Daisy claim the assay ran $l,9.‘59.fll to the ton. On the Vernal No. 1 a strike of great importance was made and in the quartz could be seen great quantities of large gold stringers. On the Vermilyea lease on the Jumbo they are taking the loose dirt and putting it in coal oil cans and shipping it, Mr. Vermilyea had an assay made from a sample taken and the returns showed a value of over 82 Kf.O >0 to the ton ! A number of new leases were made on the Mohawks that lie between the Com- j bination ami the Red Top, and in a short time no doubt we will hear of rich ore being struck. Our advice is to liny lied Top, as it is in the center of this rich zone. The stock will be worth many dollars a share in a short time. We take pleasure in submitting to our clients stock in the Jumbo and Vernal Extension company. This company owns a large fraction between the Jumbo and the Red Top; a claim joining the fit. Ives on the north,and several otheis favorably situated claims. Some of them lie close to the Daisy and Vernal claims in Dia momlfiel t. We can heartily recommend this stock at 10 cents and are sure that you will make money by getting some of the stock Vindicator, Coming Nation and Fawn Gold have sold well the last week and orders have come in fast for Red Top and Goldfield Mining The town is filling up and great prepa rations are being made for the Fourth of July celebration to be held here. Gold field is fortunate in having a lot of enter prising persons who take hold of a thing anil make it go so are the same persons in mining making a success in all they undertake. Buy all the stock you can within the next sixty days as stocks iu Goldfield will never be as cheap again. We quote the following prices: Goldfield Mining Co.$1.10 Red Top Mining Co. 40 Goldfield Water M. & M. Co.25 Adams-Goldfield ... . 15 Pennsylvania Goldfield,.12 Goldfield Vindicator.10 Fawn Gold .10 Foituua Goldfield. lo j umbo and Vernal Extension .10 Goldfield Coming Nation.05 Yellow Top Gold. 05 Gold Reef.05 W. S. Williams Co. Announcement. Having found a bountiful supply of wa ter (2,500 gallons and more per day j in my well on the Goldfield and Tonopah road, I am now prepared to furnish water for all stock that may come ray way. AV. H. Ramsey. Ramsey’s Well, June 23, 1004. Location Notices and Certificates of Location (for recording) for sale at The News office. The barber shops of Goldfield will be open all day Sunday, July 3d, and closed ail day the Fourth. * You will want cards, letter heads, en velopes. billheads, etc. We can supply you at The News office. DR. ELTON DAVIS DENTIST Work done evenings hy appointment OFFICE—Hudgens building, upper Main street TONOPAH, NEV ADA HAMMOND Physician & Surgeon Tonopah, - - Nevada jg’EY Pittman & W. 15. Pittman ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Golden Block, Tonopah, Nev. LARK & KERMEEN Ste n og rapiie r s a n i » Typewriters Office with Mima St Co. TONOPAH, - NEVADA J EMIT COX, M. D. OFFICE hours: 9 a.m. to t p.m.; 2 p.m. to6 p.m. ; 7 p.m. to 9 p.m Opposite Postoflice Tonopah, - - Nevada gHX PEAKLMAN MINING PROMOTER Tonopah, - - Nevada SIMONS v.o.noxzsi ASSAYER Main St., - Tonopah, Nev. "'I ...■ !■ ■■■■■mi —V Goldfield and Tonopah Property Wanted. Emerson & Company, one of the lead in if New York brokerage houses, will consider purchase of, or controlling in terest in, a Goldfield or Tonopah mining property. Must be verv favorably lo cated and stand the strictest investiga tion. Address with fullest particulars and reference, EMERSON & CO. 42 Broadway, New York, N. Y. BUY A LOT IN PHENIX North Addition TO GOLDFIELD. CLOSEST PART of Goldfield TO THE MINES All travel from Tonopah must come through it ami a main cross street point ing directly to the Combination and Jan uary mines. hots on Main street selling fast and houses of tine construction being erected. We have only a few more lots left on Main street—every one of them level. Side Street Lots for Residence--from $30 to $50 A well, too feet deep, with pure water on the grounds liny before too late. For maps and information, apply to G. S. PHENIX, or W. S. WILLIAMS CO. ___Goldfield MYERS & COLLINS Wines, Liquors ®-® and Cigars . . . NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE GOLDFIELD, NEVADA A cosy place to chat and enjoy A GOOD CIGAR SMOKE “SANTONE” CIGARS ALWAYS FRESH MADE IN TONOI’AH — BY — A. B. WOLF Barton Pittman MINING BROKER Tonopah, - Nevada ALLTONOPAH and GOLDFIELD STOCKS AND MINING CLAIMS Bought and Sold C. H. ELLIOTT BROKER Box 481 TONOPAH, NEV. ■ -----—-Mrimr nar-r—will mmifir■- v:./iaiw v#-*—.iu»*t a.■ r. ..The = I < Lothrop-Davis Co’s! mu— i—mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKammmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmDmmmmm !■■■■ f w—i NEW STORE AT COLUMBIA ( is now ready for business, carrying a full line of S ___ j Mining Supplies, j Groceries, ! ! Crockery, f i ( Hardware, j j Household Utensils. j - i—1.~ ---- < We deliver goods promptly and free of charge ( to any part of the Goldfield Mining District. ( Reasonable Prices First-class Goods < Telegraph and Telephone Office. LIND ® COLLINS, Mining Brokers ONLY FIRST-CLASS Goldfield and Tonopah Mining Stocks Handled Good Minins Prospects for Sale furn'ished^onapplication Goldfield and Tonopah, Nevada Buy a Lot in Diamondfield! JACK DAVIS, Agent Diamondfield Townsite Co. MAIL ORDERS -m Dry Goods I Women and Men’s Furnishings Men's Clothing and Shoes for all RYAN & STENSON TONOPAH, NEV. Goldfield Miners’ Union, No. 220 W. F. M. Regular meetings each Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, in Miners’ Union hall, Main street. All members of the Federation are cordially in vited to attend. Joel Nelson, President, Chas. H. MacKinnon, Secretary. The Peerless Cafe THE UP-TO-DATE RESTAURANT OF GOLDFIELD : : : Main Street, next door to Postoffice Short Orders a Specialty OPEN DAY AND NIGHT WILSON, WAGNER & CO., Proprietors J. L. WOODWARD, Manager Columbia Feed Corral MARSH A COURTNAY, Props COLUMBIA. NEV. * Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale Water delivered to any part of the distric _ 0