h • Editor aad Proprietor
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< Month* 1.50 * mtfle Copm • .to
Commensal advertisement* $2 jo u inch per
l.onal reading notice* 13 cent* * line.
Kntcred *t the Goldfield postoffice tor trans
Aiasion through the mails at second class rates
CECIL RHODES ON MINING.
! It was Cecil Rhodes, the mining
king of south Africa, who said:
“I speak advisedly and say wlia
every man who lias investigated
•knows to be the truth, that less
m« ney is lost proportionately in
mining and in investment in min
ing stocks than in any business 01
investornt on earth. A goodmin
ing stock will pay the investor
more e tsily twenty, thirty, forty,
filty oiul one hundred per cen
annually than municipal bonds,
railroad bonds and stock or gov
eminent bonds can possibly p.\
five per cent. Money invested in
igriod ^mining stocks is safer than
iu a bank, than.i.i mortgages, rail
road securities, municipal or go\
4*Thc security of a good mining
stork is the law mateiial o' mone>
itseli; it is what we call in Afric.
•the ‘stuff’; it is the ‘stuff at whose
feet governments, cities, banks,
railroads, mortgages, land corpora
turns and all forms of busiius
“I speak only ot the gold ami
silver mines, from the metal o
which blooms and blossoms tin
everlasting dollar; the crude meta
in our gold and silver mines is tin
first and best security in all the
world. This is what makes bank
and banking a possibility, that b
,what gives legs to a municipa.it>
spine to a governme n,and create
the business of the world into ;
living, .breathing, active creature
“Buy a good mining stock—bu
it low; when it has doubled 01
quadrupled sell it; buy anorlu
good mining stock; pursue thi
policy and belore you dream of it
you will find that >our dollar
have imr.-ased to thousands,. >ou
itettSSTrf§To~rm11ious, and durinj
S' all this time your dividends hav>
been ioo per cent higher thui
they would have been in an>
other'investment ‘you cou’d bavi
NEW PROCESS FOR TREAT
Herewith is given a short dt
scrlptton of the new process foi
reducing ore which is being trie,
with considerable success on tin
1 o i der county Col., product, ai.<
which promises a complete rev<
lution of mining in that section
It is an electro chlorination [ r<
cess. The ore is crus ed to tu el\
mesh, roasted thoroughly in
straight line reverbating tuniat
of special invention. It is the:
placed in large leaching vats o
ioo tons in the cyan de proces
The solution is then applied. 1 hi
so ution is electrolyzed by th
electric current and charged w i:
chlorine and bromine compound
0 strong solvent fi r gold. 1 1
gold is precipitated from this soli
tion by the cunent. At this mi
jhey expect to treat ioo tons pc
day yt a cost of $1.50 per ton j.ih
extr ict go per cent of the value?
The company treats ore at $5 pt
ton and pays 90 per cent ■ f as»a>
We congratulate the Rem
papers on the fact that they ha\
at last recognized that knocking
doesn’t pay. A late repentance
is better than none and that they
have truly repented of past mis
deeds and fabrications is shout
by the fact that they have at las
commenced to publish the trut!
about Go dfleld and Tonnpah.
The Reno Journal heads one < f
its recent articles, ‘‘Iruth Abou
the Tonopah Country.” Rather a
blunt admission that previous ar
ticles on the same subject wc re
well, not exactly the truth.
Wanted— Bartender— A tlioroutibly
r.-liable man who understands every de
tail of the aaktoii business a first-elasr
m>x T, a craok a-jaek at the bu-ines-.
d wres employment in good minim
t iVD I .quire at tbis office.
Wanted—To buy interest in unde
veloped minint; rininis near Gold ield.
Most bear close investigation. Address
with lull particulars,
Milton Jen ions,
Beal estate nnd mints. .Mining stocks
iu*i O i isjUimission.
Box 644, Riverside, California. *
MATH VALLEY ORE.
Prospector* Halt Good Find of Gold
Martin Ryner and Nels Standish, two
experienced pros pec tors, recently ar
rived at Calientc, on tire Cl >rk road
with samples of gold rock and aluminum
from claims which they had located in
They bad a rough trip into that feav
fttl district and almost perished from
thirst before getting out of the desert.
They were two days absolutely without
wa er under a blazing sun on account of
their burros tipping over their wa er
barrel at night, and when they arrived
there llyner was nearly blind from the
effects of a sandstorm which overtook
them on their last day in tin* desert.
They claim to have h>eated a live-f'«»t
ledge of free gold from which tile sam
ples show n were taken, and show chunks
of coatse gold as large as a kernel of
wheat all through the ore. These sam
ples will go into the thousands of dollars
and the question of accessibility to wa
ter is all that stands between the nervy
prospectors and altluenee.
They found the -keleton of a man. on
whose bones the skin and fh sh had
dried and liaked into (lie -einMance of
an Kgyptian mummy. Three brass but
tons. such as arc worn by I'nited States
soldiers, were all the clues to identifica
tion, the clothing having entirely disap
(■care.l. They buried the remains near
their camp and named their claim Dead
Man’s mine, after their gruesome liml.
IN LIGHTER VEIN.
Physician—You may take a drink
.vith each meal.
Patient—I ilnn’t think it woul i agree
.vith me to eat as often as that, doctor.
! i trass willows may, of course, be blue,
i But 1 have never seen
| No more has any of you)
A single one that’s green.
—The New Yorker.
“I understand that when they are di*
i vorced they will divide ten million dol
‘‘Well, that is enough for four people
to live on.”—Town„Topics.
\ n exceedingly careless old stork
tot lost making calls in New York;
le dropped in—ves, he did—
Where he hadn’t a bid,
tud he really caused no end of talk.
Mr. Swagger 1 don’t think your med
icine will agree with my wile, doctor.
“I shall be surprised it’ it doesn’t.”
‘■Not half so surprised as 1 shall be if
I ,t does. Nothing that is not superhuman
an agree with my wife.”—Town lalk
Residence on Wheels.
All the w y front Kansas where tin
nnflower blooms came a'voting mao.
is slet-k Henry Clay stallion, Hereford
lersey milch cow a hundred Plymouth
'lock chickens, nn.l two cocker spaniels
ogether with nil manner of household
The yonng man is traveling in a char
med boxcar, for which be paid S‘20
\ well -applied larler nit 1 a gnsolin*
tove enable him to live like a prince
vtii.e on his way to Sacramento county
there he has a forty acre ranch.
Except fo- the all t ervading animal
dor. the car is a pleasant mode of coti
.•i-yauee. This perfume ami the slow
■ess of the rip were too much for wifi
ml hnlties, who survive! ii fora dm
ltd then hoard.d a passenger tram foi
heir El Dorado.— * parks Headlight.
Tonopab-Ooldfield Meat Co.
The articles of incorporation of the
ronopah-Guldfield Meat company, w hich
s to conduct a wholesale amt retail bu-i*
ness in Goldfield ami Tonopah, have
been filed.with the Secretary of State at
‘‘ar-on. Mention of the fact that the
company had ueiptired the Andrus A
n v butcher shop in tioldlield and that
f Watt & MeCourt in Tonopah wit
uade in this paper two weeks ago. Tin
■Ians of the company include the build
ing of a big cold storage plant in Jon -
wh. The company is capitalized at
•■100,000 and the stockholders are as
George Watt of Tonopah, .1. E. Huni
■ hrey and H. G. Humphrey of Iteno. F.
luniphrev of Sattley, Cal., and John
Josta of Downeville, Cal.
At the recent annual meeting of tin
dontana-Tonopah company, held in
>alt Lake, the following officers and di
rectors were chosen :
Charles E. Km x, president; A. C.
Kills, Jr., vice-president; It. 1*. Dunlap,
secretary and treasurer; George F. Bad
;ett, second vice-president: Cliailes K.
Morris, C. W. Whitley,George S. Nixon
and George A. Bartlett.
At the organization of the board 1 >• -ii
ild P. Gillies of Butte, Mont., was se
Vcted as general manager nd eu]«rit -
Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrbcea Remedy.
This fact Is well-known to druggist
every where, and nine out of teu will give
their customers this preparation w hen
hp hest is asked for. Mr Obp W ifrnei,
■ prominent druggist of Joplin. Mo-, in <
•ircular to his customeiss ,'s: “There
s m.iljii g on Mm m oke in the w.iy of
intent medicine which equal.- Cl.aml>e'
uiliV C lie, t'lu le a a d dinrr.i >ea leii.
dy f r bowel complaints. We sell end
recommend lids | re. aration.” For sale
iv artm Mailer. *
Lodging House for Sale.
Bath in connection. Good loealiotion
Main Street. Lot 2-r>xl00. I iiquiie at
'".sineralda Lodging House.
The tiuest of job printing at this office
CLARK RDAO EXTENSION.
Probability that Another Road Will
When interviewed in Reno tlie other
■lav in regard to tlie rejx>rt that the
Claik road will build into Goldfield and
Tonopah, F. E. Itugg of the Ny e County
Metvantile company said that 1 e knew
nothing fif tbe correctness of the story
hut that there was a strong probability
of a road being built to connect Tono
pah with the Clark road. “The mine
owners of Tonopah, Uuld.ield, Reveille
and ;.ther points are extremely anxious
fora more direct connection with Salt
Lake” he said, "and they will have it
tiefore many years. Shipping charges
are enormous as well as inadequate, and
if steps are taken to organize a railroad
company to place another line into Ton
opali it will get strong financial support
from the mine owners. Then, 1 under
stand, there are a number of wealthy
Salt Iaike men who areinterestod in su li
I a project. I look for something of this
nature to mature before long.”
j Wheu the uew Merchants' hotel at Go
umbia is completed it will be second to
o other Imstelry outside of Reno. *
Costs 1 >nt little. LAWS MOST Ll
| !E AL. No personal liability for cor
po ate debts No a linal tax. Offleial
i ow pmliibited from serving companies
Ion. I. T. Stoddard, who has organize.
hree-fonrMia of comp ir.iea. resigned
ftii-e of s< eretary of Arizona io coi.tinui
lim mess of iucorpoin ing I '"l'* of law
a d forms furnish, d fri e. Address
Stoddard Incorporating Co.
Ahern, Coburn & Jarvis
Main Sticet. - - Columbia Nev.
A FULL LINE OF EVERYTHING
Supplies for Miners a Specialty
DEALER IN VLL KIND* OF
Dressed and Plain Lumber, Shin
gles, Shakes, Ltc.
MINING TIMBERS A SPECIALTY
au»h. Doors, ami all kinds Huilding
Material constantly ou hand
Goldfield Transfer Co*
U'e are equipped l<> do a general Dr.ijing
and Hauling business iu all part* of
OUR SERVICE IS PROMPT.
Leave orders at E. Marks «te C«> V
MANUEL & BERRYMAN, Prop’s.
BARTON PITTMAN & CO.
Goldfield and Tonopah Stocks
Bricks Bricks Bricks
We make the best quality of Vlobe
bricks. Price, $H) per thousand. Per
sons who intend to build are invited to
fall at the yard and etc the kind of
1 bricks we are turning out.
For any further information apply to
J. J. MOSS, Goldfield Agent
t MAIL ORDERS I
l Dry Goods J !
T Women aud Men's Furnishings
J- Men's Clothnig and shoes for all
t RYAN & STENSON |
T TONOPAH. NEV.
J. H. SPIKING
Mining Properties Examined
Development Work Managed
om *■ with II- 1 i«. it Jordan, As avers, Ma.n Si.
Dissolution of Partnership.
I The firm oi Ixefkovit* Brin, conducting h
general mer« hniidise huMne-*. ha> this «.a>
' t* eii ..ssoived t»v u. itual < • ;. .nt. Mr. Br .i
(retire*1 from 11»«* tai-ness, \vh*h will h>r*
i a.t^r l** eoii-iu r***i » • l.e.kovits iJrofher*. i h
j lJ. . ni.i. »*e-* .1 i v «. : ■ f..- till > It t
collect a** *uvouni* due tic* old firm.
I.t.l I' I.Ll'KuVITS,
U. M. tili.N.
Goldfield. Nev.. Sept. 1. l‘J04.
ALTER \V. K11 VAN. M. D.
Late of the City and County Hospital,
Office—Corner Columbia and Rainnev avenne.
Gold Held. Nevada.
Office hour-*—S to.Q a m . 2 to 3 p m . and T to
a p. m.
■0HAS L. HAY1S
A rtokn ky-at-Law
office In Dr. Howland's Building
[GOLDFIELD - - NEVADA
Physician. Surgeon and 1 ’enlist
Lnt** of R >die, Cal- and Virginia City
Defective vision corrected with glasses.
Office temporarily at Esmeralda Lodg
ing II >n:-P. < Soldiicld, Nev.
I? J. HuWLAND, M. D.
Physician and Su geon
Ma< removed to his new building on upper
Mam Street, opposite Goldfield Lodging House.
.0 G. GORDON, M. D.
Pliyscian and Surgeon,
Goldfield - * Nevada
0 L. II \M.MONO
Physic an & Surgeon
Kenneth M. Jackson. Hugh H. Brown.
Campbell, Metson & Campbell
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Golden Block, Crocker Building,
Tonopah, Nevada, Sau Francisco.
YJTLTON M. LM.TCH
A*r TOR N K Y- A T-1. A w
Mining l.itigntnin a specialty
! L. JOHNS
(j OLD FI ELD,
J J B. LIN'D
AN DR KW F. BURLEIGH of New York City
MINING AND CORPORATION LAW
Qoldtield, - - Nevada
|£kv Pitt an & \V. B. Pittman
! Golden Block, T«>n0Pah, Nf.v.
C. KING, D. I>. S.
OFFICE: CUTTING BUILDING
Tonopah, - - Nevada
77 K. C< 'Ll. I NS
Justice ok the Peace
Goldfield, - - Nevada
QI.AUDli M. VMITH
UlSTR CT KeCOKDEK
'onvryr.nccr find Notary Public. Typewriting
DI N PICA ^LMAN
L. W. DAVIS
F.. A. BYLEK
JJAY1S & BYLER
Mining Engineers and U. S. Deputy
North «iu street
Goldfield — — Nevada
JJENRY C. MARCUS
Claim* Examined lor Responsible Parties and
Reports on the Camp Furnished
pLMEK J. CHUTE. M. E.
Eng IN EE RING
M ipsot the C.oldfield Mining liistrict for sale
KOHT. I.AN'KA J. W. McC.Al l.IA IJ
j VfcLAl GUUN & 11AR f
Main Street, - Gnldfie’d, Nev.
— 1 I n AH Kinds ot —
Carpenter and Cabinet Work
By Pay, Pie cor Contract.
Your money'* worth for your money.
\V. L. McKjONACJILL.
op|*n*io* O’llrien'n I’onitll.
GOLDFIELD BOTTLING WORKS
Hathaway, Gkahi-Man an: Cr<»j»«y, I’rops
\!anufacturtrr•* ol j ure
»iUt|arillHuitd 'i in.tiiiigu Alt*. I tsuon. Crtra*n,
&tfHwl»tny :u»d invitee Oumpague
.11 k.ml-. o -ofi diinks*
Dilvtml and Ink** Water* Sf*cl*ltlw
BUY A LOT IN
Phenix North Addition
CLOSEST PART OF GOLDFIELD TO THE MIMES
All travel from Tonopah must come through it and a main cross
street pointing directly to the Combination and January mines.
Lots on Main Street selling fast and hr.uses of fine construction
being erected. We have only a few more lots left on Main Street
every one of them level.
SIDE STREET LOTS FOR RESIDENCE $30 TO $50
A well 100 feet deep, with pure water on the grounds. Buy before too late.
For maps nmHnformation, apply to
G. S. PHENIX
“W. S. WILLIAMS CO.
MAKES ROUND TRTP
EVERY DAY. . . .
Leaving Tonopah at 6:30 a. in.
and air ving at Goldfield
Returning, leaves Goldfield at 1:15
p. 111. and arrives at lon>
pali at 6:00
Fare Each Way $3.0
JOHN O’KEEFE, Proprietor.
The Peerless Cafe
C.OLDFIEED : : :
Main Street, next door to Postoffice
Short Orders a Specialty
OPEN OAV AND NICHT
WILSON, WAGNER & CO. Proprietors
j. L. WOODWARD Manager
C. C. INMAN J. P. SANDERS
Sanders & Inman
Correspondence Solicited Estimates Furnished
j Goldfield, - - Nevada
Mining Timbers, Stulls,
Lagging, Square Sets,
and Cordwood, see
E. R. COLLINS, Agent
WONACOTT a HALL
Gold&eld and Tonopah
Undertakers, cmbalmers and
Coldfield Biaucli Uflk-e »ith E. Marks & Co.
Our mmw Hiarat hae recently arrived
. . i
J. F. MITCHELL
Mining Properties Examined and Reported on.
Good Mining Claims in Goldfield District For Sale.
Goldfield Feed Yard
M. S. Sharp, Prop.
Cast Side, South Main Street
Eighty-foot Shed and Free Water in Corral
HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE
Water delivered to any part of the district at
1 GoUfaM Drug Store |
(§ Pure Drugs and Chemi
cals, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery. Toilet Arti
cles, Soaps and Cigars,
M ed ici n al Wines and
Liquors : ::::::::
Prescriptions Carefally Compounded
M, MULLER, Druggist
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
The firm known as the Nevada Art and
e orative V out'.any and ownul by E. II. ,
ouley and F. Megmier, have <lis>oive«i j
j ai tiK-r>hip. L. II. Conley to have mil m»ii- J
.roi of T. :»«»| dih business ami to b. i\ spoils ib e ;
«»** ..if bills against firm in Tonopib, amt to
. oti«‘> t all bib" in iavor m iirtu n ioKopah. j
•\ Megmser to have • nntrol 01 ut! biisiio ss a;;
•oitiiit.id and Mill Tow 21 1.ml « oilc* t n.; out- j
.landing bills at Coldfieid ami pay all bibs
ugmii.s! firm at Gnldiieio.
b.Kiicd: I . II. CONLEY. ]
1. fcTEUMIEK. !
Witness: E. <i. OSfiOl N. <
lonopali, Nevada, August 1®, 1U04.
J.A. Kesler John Shirley W.A, Inf
The Finest Gentlemen's Resort In
COR. MAIN ST. and CROOK AVE.
Fine Wines, Liq
uors and Cigars.
A Gentle Tijer in Club Roorai. rwv. Cashed.
Brearley ft Troxel,
Cor. Main St. and Crook Avenue
Not the Best of Every
thing, but pretty fair
drinks and cigare.
jyClub Room in connection.
Goldfield Saloon |
HOST. BONN. Proprietor
1 he- Pioneer Saloon of the
Goldfield district :::::::
GIVE US A CALL=^
THE Te ® L.
Restaurant «d Saloon
MILLTOW N, (Goldfield District) NEVADA
C2IAS. THOMPSON and
0L1E LERVOOG, Preps.
FI RST-CLASS MEALS
Liquors and Cigar*
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