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New Goods! New Firm! WE HAVE what YOU WANT. YOU WANT what WE HAVE. ! WE WANT what YOU HAVE. Let’s Trade Our Stock is New and Complete. ! For FAMILY TRADE we carry | the Celebrated “Our Taste” Canned Goods and “Gold Band” Bacon and Hams. Our Wagon Will Solicit Orders We also carry a full line of Hard ware, Tinware and Mining Supplies. Our Specialty: Prompt Delivery=Courteous Treatment i Cassin & Ish I COLUMBIA STREET, First Store North of Crook Ave. H. B. UNI) J.P. O’BRIEN A. K WHEELER Goldfield Kan Francisco Goldfield J. P. O'BRIEN, WHEELER & LIND Attornkys-at-law Main Street Crocker Building Goldfield, Nevada San Francisco SPECIALTIES: MINING AND CORPORATION LAW ANDREW F. BURLEIGH of New York City Eastern Counsel RAKE & EVANS, PIERCE EVANS, FRANK V DRAKE Lawyers, Members Bar of Supreme Court U. S. Practice in State and U. S. Courts. Thirty years ex perience in Mines and Mining Law. Offices, Elliott’s Building, Up-stairs Goldfield ... Nevada JJDWARD S. BYRNES Of the law firm of BAUSMAN & KELLEHER 024-629 Finnegan Block Bailey B’ld’g, Seattle. Goldfield ^yiLLIAM H. TRIPP Attorney and Counselor At Law Goldfield - - Nevada Q.EO. D. PYNE Attorney-At-Law MINING AND CORPORATION LAW A SPRCIALTY Goldfield ... Nevada Qewis H. Rogers, Attokney-At-Law—Notary Minos ami Minins a Specially. Elliuit Building GOLDFIELD - - - NEVADA QHAS L- HAYES Attorn e y-at-L aw Office in Dr. Howland’* Bnilding GOLDFIELD - - NEVADA jyjILTON M. DETCH Attorney-At-Law Conveyancing Incorporating Mining Litigation a Specialty Goldfield, - Nevada ’ L-JOHNS LAWYER Goldfield, - Nevada J£ey Pittman & W. B. Pittman ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Golden Block, Tonopah, Nev. jY w. HOBSON Representing Haven & Haven, At torneys-At-Law, Call Building, San Francisco. Office: Corner Columbia Street and Ramsey Avenue, Goldfield. Campbell, Metson, Jackson & Brown Attorneys and Counsellors at Law OFFICES: Crocker Building, Ban Francisco, Calii. Tonopah and Goldfield, Nevada JJr. L. I. Brbitstbin Formerly of German Hospital Ban Francisco, California Office, Elliott Building Office Hours - - - 10 a. m. to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Goldfield ... Nevada 'YYillard Croxau., m. d. Late of Post Graduate Medical School, N. Y. Eye and Ear Infirmary, N. Y. City. Surgery, Medicine. Specialties: Ear, Nose, Throat. Office, Main and Ramsey Sts. GOLDFIELD, NEVADA. S. GALLOWAY, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I Formerly of Loadvlllc, Colo. Office: CROOK AVENUE Three Poors East of Columbia Htreet J. HOWLAND, M. D. Late House Surgeon at Brockton Hospital and Boston Emergency Hospital. OFFICE: Upper Main Street. OFFICE HOURS: 1 to 3 ami 7 to ft p. m. Q L. HAMMOND Physician & Surgeon Tonopah, - - Nevada J}R. F. G. REES Dentist Permanently Jxicated in Goldfield Office: Columbia Stuhkt Three Doors South of Crook Are. J^R. A. J. Hinikkr DENTIST. Office: Upper Main Street, opposite Elliott, Williams ft Colburn’s ^JLAUDE M. SMITH District Recorder GOLDFIELD, NEVADA CwvryuiKer and Notary Public. Typewriting MIMS-SUTRO CO.’S LETItR. Goldfirld, Nev., Dec. 30, 1004. A tribute of unusual importance was paid by the public toGoIdfiield,Tonopah and tributary districts by the extremely active condition of the market for the week just closing. So keen baa it been that it can beat lie described as border ing upon tbe verge of feverishness. Or dinarily the period from Christmas eve till after the New Year holiday is char acterized by a state of absolute inertia; so that this should not only prove a matter of great interest but deep satis faction to investors. Bales have been numerous and large, Tonopah stocks strong, while Goldfield, with the excep tion of Sandstorm and Original Bull frog, have been weak. The traders, with these two at the head of the list, were Florida, Red Top, Black Butte, Jumbo, Kendall and Conqueror. We learn also that a deal has been consum mated for the transfer of a large block of Deadwood. A source of especial grat ification to us is the interest taken by our out-of-town corre.pondents; not only have we been favored with many letters but have had the placement of some splendid orders. The people are rapidly becoming familiar with the vir tues of our district and are fast taking advantage of the many opportunities offered. Tonopah Extension—A great projierty and always strong; while tbe strength of Tonopah-Montana has been due to tin magnificent showing of tbe property. Tbe conservative management of this mine and tbe reliability of any reports they give tbe public may always be de pended upon as authentic. (■oldfield Mining Company and Jumbo —Weakness has been due to lack of de mand against large selling orders. These are two of our best properties and an easy buy at present prices. Sandstorm—This has proven strongest of all local stocks. Tbe stock is scarce, with tbe Eastern public particularly anxious to buy. We haven’t beard pos itively tbe returns from tbe recent ship ment, but rumor places it at a very high figure. We predict this mine will soon be a dividend payer. Kendall—Holding its own and trading very brisk. The com "any’s shaft, which has been sunk in connection with the Oddie-Oardner lease, has been timbered, and with the new steam hoist in place by the new year, we may soon look for operations on a large scale with A-l re sults. Columbia Mountain—Making rapid progress with its tunnel and the face looks well. Look out for this stoek to advance. The Diamondfield Mining Company’s Quartzite Fraction—A strike of very high-grade shipping ore has been made on the 100-foot level. The paystreak runs from to 4 feet wide, and shows assay values from $107 to $547 and over. Similar to what has been found on the 50-foot level there exists considerable sylvunite, and, in addition, a large amount of gray copper, this latter being considered one of the best indications for the depth and permanency of the ledge. Black Butte—Two new ledges uncov ered during the week, one showing val ues in an ore body fully 25 feet wide and running from $80 to $200 per ton ; and the other in Black Butte No. 5 carrying good milling values. This is unques tionably one of our best properties and one destined to make a name for itself in the near future. Black Butte Extension—This property is making splendid progress under the management of Mr. Biggie, who showed us some very tine quartz which he en countered the other day. Mr. Biggie left Tuesday last for a visit to Pittsburg where, in addition to the present hold ers, he expects to interest some promi inent capitalists. Bed Top—The company is continuing its new shaft and within a few days cx ]>ects to have their new gallows frame completed. Anticipate work on a large scale shortly after the first. FTorida Mr. Cooper, formerly man ager of the Tabor mining interest in Colorado and Mexico, and whose appointment as foreman of this pro|>erty was mentioned in our last letter, has taken charge; and after a thorough ex amination has mapped out plans for ex tensive development, and the same will be pushed forward as rapidly as possi hie. Mr. ( ooper predicts that the Mor ida will prove one of the biggest pro ducers in Nevada. Four new leads, hitherto unknown, have been opened up by Mr. Cooper, showing ore of a very grade, so that these in addition to what we published last week makes our faith in this property all the more pro nounced. The stock is selling very fast the majority of the purchasers being several of our very conservative inves tors, thus commending it all the more keenly to the public. Original Bullfrog has been one of the strongest and best sellers. The general manager, Mr. Joe McGalliard, has pur chased 500 sacks and will soon make their first shipment from this property via Goldfield. The management guar antees that the average will be over |3E0 to the ton, and the first consignment will be in the neighborhood of St tons. As most of the circulating stock is held by residents of Goldfield this statement is made with authority and as a holiday greeting, and unquestionably will be a source of deep pleasure to the holders. New strikes are being reported daily and this property is certainly going to make a name for itself second to none in the district. A Mr. Kirby, from there visited our office today and showed us some samples from an open cut that were literally permeated with free gold, certainly some of the finest and hand somest specimens we have ever seen anywhere. The Goldfield Treasure , company’s claims are situated adjoining and con t'guous to some of our best properties, namely Sandstorm, Kendall, Diamond held, Black Butte, Vernal, etc. Their location should commend it to the no tice of investors who are looking for a low priced stis k with good surroundings and prosjiectR for a future. Before closing we wish to extend to our friends and clients, as well as read ers, a very happy and prosperous New Year, and predict that the annals of i 1905 will show that the output of Gold- I field and tributary districts will be the' greatest in then-cord* of mining history. We quote today: Bin ask in Adams-Goldfield M. Co $ 12 $ 13 Booth. 13 15 Black Ants . 10 12 Black Butte . 22 25 Black Butte Extension... 15 17 Coluiuhia Mountain . 23 25 Diamond lield M. Co. 27 29 Ksperamta. 01 02 Goldfield-Diamond. 09 11 Goldfield Mining Co. 70 7.5 Goldfield-Mohawk. 20 22 Goldfield-Tonopah. 12 15 Golden Anchor. 23 Goldfield-Bluebell. 14 15 Goldfield-Bilver Pick..... 18 20 Jumbo. 60 62 Jumbo Extension. 23 25 Jim Butler-Tonopah. 57 Kendall. 24 25 Little Tonopah Develop.. .. 45 McNamara . 27 30 Montana-Tonopah. 1 90 1 95 New York-Tonopah. 10 12 Oakland-Goldtield. 28 30 i Paymaster. 04 00 Kay A O’Brien . 07 09 KedTon . 17 1«» Grand llanl Tunes Ball, to lie given iiy Ihe Ladies’ Aid, Monday evening, .1 antiary 0, in Ladies’ Aid Society Hall. Proceeds of this dance to be used for the benefit of the sick. Wear any old togs. Prize for best representative of hard titties. Special and most interesting features will he a Kangaroo Court and a voting ladies’ committee, who assure everyone a good time. Mus;c by the Marino orchestra. Tickets, $1.50. No suspicious characters admitted. Christmas Tree. The Ohristmus tree entertainment last Saturday night was an enjoyable affair, especially for the children, none of whom were overlooked. Those, who had it in charge deserve great credit for their splendid work. For Rent. The Miller adobe building is nearly completed. Parties wishing unfurnished rooms should apply to J. G. Martin, tf Write 1). G. Doubleday, Rialto build ing, San Francisco, for sheet showing prices on all Tonopah-Goldfield stock— actual market prices. It’s free. tf On the Threshold of a New Year Wc wish to thank those who have heljied to make our last year’s bus iness satisfactory. We acknowl edge appreciation and extend to our patrons the sincerest wish that the coming year may be one of happiness and prosperity. Our aim has been to conduct a drug store that should conserve in in every way the best interest of the public. The accomplishment of this purpose has been made pos sible by the steadfast adherence to those to whom this greeting is extended. The Goldfield Drug Store Martin Mullkr. Prop. 'T' I DC Goldfield 1 1 A <_/ Investors Map antT Directory, 10 CdltS 10 Cents endorsed by the Tress 1 \ RICHARD WIUU8 Out West Building, COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Rochester-Goldfield Mining Com pany of Nevada. Organised under the laws of the Territory of Arizona; capita! stork f 1 .fiOO.flflO, par value $1. Main Office*- Rochester, N. Y., Ifi State st.; Coldfield, Nevada. Rochester Cold Mining company owns the Janie Star ami tile Texas claims, east of the Black Butte. Cood ledge oil both claims. As suvh from fsl to $-1. Will sink after first of the ve'ar. The company has three men prospect ing and is in the market for something good. Officers and Directors—J. I). MaeMaster. pres ident; W. S. Hale, vice-president; K. Harding, secretary; J. R. Hamilton, treasurer; II. 1). MaeMaster, resident manager at mines; Clias. L. Hayes, Coldfield, Hurry C. Nobles, Roches ter, N. Y., attorneys. Directors: J. 1>. Mac Muster, W. S Hale, K. Harding, J. 11. Hamilton, 11. C. Nobles, W. 1>. Hayes, K. M. Thrasher, H. B Wilcox, M. c Rutherford, all of Rochester, N. S'.; Chas. I.. Haves and 11. 1>. MaeMaster, Coldfield, Nev.: 11.11 Barbee, Colorado Hprinrs, Colo.; E. S. DeColyer, Boston, Mass.; Herman VanVechten, Canandaigua. N. Y.; W. K. Hmith, Syracuse, N. A'.; J. K. Havilltf, Chicago, 111. J. D. LOTHROP I I I I carry the most complete line of —Groceries Hardware Stationery »nd Gents* Furnishings * In Town DEPOT FOR Sperry Flour | Hercules Powder I_ GOLDFIELD, - NEVADA QLIVER DIX JOHNS Mining Engineer and Surveyor; Formerly with Elmer J. Chute Mining Titles Examined Colored Plats for Corporations and Prospectus Reports on Property Oflieo adjoining Henry Weber, Colnmbia and Ramsey JJAN HANLEY, Minks and Mining GOLDFIELD, NEVADA L. W. DAVIS K. A. BY1.ER Victor, Colo. Goldfield, Nev. JJAVIS & BYLER Mining Engineers and U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors i North Main Street Goldfield - - Nevada, J^JENRY C. MARCUS ! Mining Engineer Claims Examined tor Responsible Parties aad Reports on the Camp Furnished J£LMER J. CHUTE, M. E. Engineering And Surveying Maps of the Goldfield Mining District for sale Q.EORGE E. SHERER Mining Engineer—IJ. S. Dkpvty Mineral Surveyor II. S. Patent, Locution and Underground Surveys. GOLDFIELD - - - NKV. J. L. Frankehkrgkh F. A. Lucy pRANKKBKRGKR & LUCY Civil and Mining Engineers, U . S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Columbia Ave., bet. Crook an<l Kamsev. M arshall D. Draper, E. M. j MINING ENGINEER ConKUltiiie Engineer The Conqueror G. M. Co., The Empire G. ¥. Co., The Hlack Ant G. ¥. Co., etc., etc. Examinations in Goldfield District Only Goldfuld - Nevada J^EN PEAKLMAN MINING PROMOTER Tonopah,--_Nevada ^Jardwell Blue Print and Supply Company hialtsuien’a and Hnrveyont’ Bupplie». G. R. CARDWELL, Manager. 513 Quincy Block, DENVER - - COLORADO GOLDFIELD BOTTLING WORKS Hatha wit, Gkapi.ii an fk Chosbt, Props Manufacturers of pure CARBONATED BEVERAGES Sarsaparilla and Iron, Ginger Ale, Lemon, Cream Strawberry and Orange Sodas, Champagne Cider, and all kinds of soft drinks Oatvaml ul S»kn film liidiltlw rFMIE COLORADO ASSAY AND 1 SURVEYING OFFICE K. KVKRETT, Mininu Enoinehr Assaying ani> Spkvbtino U. S. Dep. Mineral Surveyor Particular Attention Oiven to Mine Work and Reports. Expert and Court Work. Location -Adobe Building on Columbia Kt., One Block East of District Recorder’s Office and One-Half Blin k South of Oxford Calc. RAY Abhaykk & Chkmibt. Formerly of Lake City, Colo. Accuracy Guaranteed Complete New Plant Ramsey Ave., near Main St. jyjcLAUGHLIN & HART ASSAYERS Main Street, - Goldfield, Nev. QOLDFIELD ASSAY OFFICE ROBT. LANKA J. W. McC.AU.IAKP Geo. A. Nelson Much w. Nelson ^ Kr.SONS’ ASSAY OFFICE The niotfl careful attention given to all woik COLD, SILVER, COPPER, LEAD, GOLDFIELD, - • NEVADA. Columbia Ave., bet. Crook anti Ramsey Sts / tol.DKIKLl) CARFENTKKS’ w UNION, No. 1761, W. B. of C. & J. of A. Regular meetings each Wednesday evening at 7:;x» o’eioek in Minem' Union Hall, Main ! All brothers cordially invited to attend William Chalmkid G bop.uk V. Miller, President. President. ASSAY OFFICE AND he=*T"" * • SAMPLING WORKS JUMBO, NEVADA ORE SAMPLED AND BOUGHT S. N. PETERS PROPRIETOR Columbia Assay Office JOHN MASON, Assayer COLUMBIA, NEV. Goldfield Mining Dintnct THU HOLBROOK-PR1CU CO. 441 Columbia Street. COLDFIELD. REV. J. A. T. PRICK, Assayer