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VOL. I.
BUTLKK CITY: NYE COUNTY, -NKYADA, SATl'RDAY. JIM 27. 11)01.
XO.
i.
Dr. C.; SINCLAIR,
I li , ir i j h ii ti it Sn i-immi.
(Mice: Hinutilit-r . .-titir. Tohouli, N m ail a
WALTER C GAYHART,
at l-u.
Will piui'tjro iitti.ll Sli.'- :iml i'V.J.-rii I i'mihi-,
Ailtln'r,: 'I'unnimli ur An .tin, WvjmIh
W. BROUGHER,
iCiTordiT ami l-A-ollh' Amliturot'
Sye County, Neuida.
AitNiiiici of title i-nt'i'fiiUv pi'i jut i'ttl Ai'Urmw
IccIkiwuts taken
Vtliirt'HK: Ittiiinut. S-iiih
P. M. BOWLER, Jr.
Attornr a I I.aw.
Will p 'it-1 icr in i' II .-Mih' it lid I'VrttM til nirt
Atlihr ; HawKiitrij'- NV unlit.
CLAY PETEPS,
I ust lr ol' I Uf N.i-.
t-lui"W tt-Ofc ui"ti uiU'-n
( nl ; 'I'm mi i. N'-VHtl:
T. L. ODDIE.
UlftTailCt IIONi Or NVK COUNH
l(oni at I.aw anl otar
IMlHr.
. Ill pfi'.-IM't , liH SlM' mut r'.t.-iviT.iHil-
A-Im Toudiiah nr It'lfii-mi
- H. C. CUTTING,
VtluriHM m Law uml niiir
I'ulili.-.
Will prll ! i. ' Hi i ! I S I It 1 II 'ill I'.-.I.-i-ui I null.
A.Miv . Tuw.pe. V. i i L,
THOMAS W. LOGAN,
Sheiill and 'miii- ol' e
' 1 1 1 1 1 , emlii.
i iiili'r; ll-lniii'i. V i 1 1 li,
DANIEL HOLLAND,
ttii'iie, til l.ini.
U ill l 1 I ll'i' In : M SI li I" II .1.1 .'.i. Ill I -.llr-l
Aililri-MC ii.l'-l.ii in. N' : I
BENJAMIN SANDERS,
A I lorne nl La u .
Will ih,.li-i. In i II H ii una K-U.'l lll t'.HirlM.
(im-r: Mwln Irtn.'l. 'I'nii'Hi Wvtt'lii.
I Silver
Fend
Livery Stable
liulmnnt, .Id Is. w Clow,'
IN wv. X lrp. !
This popular and well - known stable. i
established in IS7t. .-I ill continues
to do business al the old stand. !
Only horses that are accustomed j
to i.he mountain travel, strong rigs I
Imd expi rl drivers a.-e sent' from
these stables. Parties coining
from Tonopah to the County Seat
and entrusting their stock to tne
will be satisfied with the treat
ment. Sinli' uml ilniilil.' Any. mill -:i Mm- li'ii I', i'iim In
IiuiI hi nil linnri 'l'lil.4 is mi up in .tr ii ni h lite.
IMKIKslKIl I1Y
. ' Nf flliVKKMI:"rs ' . ' '
-
T. R. Hofe.
OtN QT NCJ YORK
LIFE INS. CO. . .
Bep eseul ing I he oldest
international life insur
ance company in the
wom. n.
I'AHSO.s CITY NKVAIIA.
KINK JOM I'M I NT I N( J
Nfally ex -i-iiiimI ;.t l MMiillr. 'fry ns. I'jim
lll-llHt. l III ill.'
H. V.
Turner, Edwards & Cutting,
A lull line if Groceries. Mining Supplies. Hardware, Boots and Shoes.
Clothing, (ients Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Hats and Cups.
Crockery and Glassware. Wii es, Liquors and Cigars. Cutlery,
Candies. Patent Medicines. Drugs. Hay. Grain, Farm produce of all kinds.
I'HUIT 1IN -StiA-SON.
Wli AML2. PKKIMRED TO SUPPLY ALL I MU
IWARKIJT EiVlAINL.S AT VliRY
LOW PRICES.
23 and 25 Main Street. TONOPAH. Nevada.
i'' A Sad Btory.
Mrs. I,. S Bowers tin
Washoe
Seercss," widow of '"Sandy" Bowers
that bright particular iturtiiut da.-
'zleilthe tiliaucial tiriuaineiit in tin
j early days of the; Coinsto-k -urrived
i in Beno Wednesday night. Ihkii-. ill and
j almost friendless
In those early days she had an in-
t i ' ' if
i onic equal to a King s ransom ner
! mansion in Washoe 'alley was a houie'l
i of splendor.' Wealth flowed through ,
I her tlngers like water through a sieve. !
j There seemed no end to the s in: ee
j this silver stream from the fountain's ,
ofthe CouistiN'k.
' Hut an end to all this eauie. The
vi iiuli ivt s to ' Bower's Follv" were i
lioarded up. (Irass grew in the gar
den walks and uec Is sprung up where j
the roses b. mined. For yeurs Mi-s. j
Bowers lias kirely suhsided in San '
Franeiseo on the ineouie from her al- I
leged eliiirvoyant powers. !
Ag( and its train of ills rut lext. I
Money had gone and friends wit) it.!
Mrs. Bowers lias come buck to the :
scene of her former triumphs, uu old
decrepit. wonieii.; to wail ' ttie si ni -i
tniius to anotlier world, ilournal.
Since the alxivf was pliu ed in type
the frail fortu of .Mrs. Bowers has
Im'cii sent "over the hill to the hkii'
house. lieiio people should have
!iicer allowed 1hi. Pride and rc-r-pect
for the poor old emaciated form
that had in days of prosperity show
i ered hospitality upon all When old
age linds the go.nl lady penniless and
unable to care for herself she is sent
to the poor house to await the linal
summons. Arc there living in l!euo
to day the people that reside I there
U") years ugo? if so. bring Mrs. Bow
ers "over tin
.... , .
lull from the loor
place Iter, upon a cot of
down that her last 'hours may
be
sweetly spent in realising that hos
pitalitvand huiuaiiity are still tin
strong I raits of the true Nevadau.
The Nevada Exhibit.
.1. A. Yerington. the,evaoa (',.
tnissioMer and mining expert, whose
exhibit in the mines building has at-
tract od such general and interested
attention, says Mint the Kxposition
has done much for Nevada.
Beeeutly he exhibited specimens of
the Tonoiiah gold ores, and mining
men and cajii talis Is came from far and
near to see them. Now he announces
that the 1 1 n Kill mines have lieen
sold for KKtli.tHMl. The purchasers
are mainly from Philadelphia
He also states that the Mi-Kinley
interests in the great Chiuninan mines
have U'en iKiuglil. t , 1 1 lie is not al lib
erty to reveal the idivtlity of the
In iver.
Anotlier item of mining new- in Ne
vada which is at t ributed partly to the
display at the Pan American is eou
ta'u ed in the announcement that a
company with ."i(l.(lll(UMIO capital has
been formed to develop the Vulcan I
Copper Company iuteres's in Ksmer- ',
uldu I'ounty.
press.
Buffalo (. Y.j F.x-i
Semi Ihe BoN v. to votir friends.
JCIWAkllN
GENERAL
MERCHANDISER
I ; ciiy wiiinan sent ner small sin
into the couutrv. savs an exchange.
and after a week of anxiety reeeived ! s,il1" v
this letter: 1 got Uje all' right. Imtj,',,,,.,
forgot to writHJiefofi. A fBfr and ' sultry
! I went out in a Ixiat and tlielniat tip- j
' H'd over unj a intm got tne out. , I
! was so full of watei1' that I did not
j know anything for a good while. The
..tV..... I I... . t . 1. . t ! 1 l
i"o n.i m ourieo ai ler iiiev
'T'd linn A horse kieked me over
ltl"' ' liave got. lo Imve si money
fl,r I'xin up my head. We are going
,l' old tiurn on tire tonight, anil
mile if we don't hawsome liully
fuM I shall tiring home a lame pole
'UL if ' Hf't in my t runk.''
A New Jersey preaelier departed
for pastures new. Sime iiii'iiiImts of
liis eoiigregation saw a young ludy
leave the eliureh late at niglrt They
surrounded the eliureh and f.iiiinl the
minister hiding in the heater. He
was trying In find a eool place, that
was all. Iut tfio congregation was
most unreas iiialde. and the preacher
was tpelled to hunt a ne lield of
lalxir. His wife and eight cliildren
are still in New Jersey,; ;' ' ,
While the people of the east have
been killed by the heat by the score
and thousands have tieen prohtruUil.0
Carson. Nevada, held a carnival, and
not a case of heat prostration was re
ported, and all the entertainments
were held in the open. Then
is ( Ii-
mate and climate, but lifts Stale de
clines to touch her Imiinet to anv
State in the l'liion when it comes to
liniatc. ('arson Appeal.
Al ison 'alley copper mines tind
their living supplies in that valley.
Theother prospective camps, Siegel-
iim nno HM,i,u . ...ni, si.i, .... ..
..... ..h.. ...inFi.tui, n mi iniiuii llir
,..,(,. oi ,......:,. . .
as a
i nvi ill n.ni ( . iii iiiiiisT- il lllill Sl'l
for
much Owens' Valley prodiu
Bishop Begister
' i Wilt brother Cliallaut please tell us
I lie reason why the farmer docs mil
j oi iug his produce into Tonopah. We
i are all craving vegetables.
Siieriff .lohnson ot Coconino count v
! mtkde an important I'liplure at I'ina
P1'"- prisoner's name is VI ,
1m'1'' McClure. alias Burt Morgan, and j
i "'v seven indictuienU agaiust0'
j ,lim ' " i ' f'"-' horse and cattle'
(stealing. After he broke jail in San
! 'ui"1 I'eward for his appreheiisioi
I ttlts offered.
: The Keno mnelter, new last fall and
I since laying idle, has again changed
hands and it is said that work will
; comtnetice inside of t wo weeks. Al l).
ouiig. representing a million dollar
1 syndicate! imiU the recent I Kinder of tin
Pyriuiiiil Lake mines is tin
alle!
d.
purchaser Kx. I
A party of well known mining men. j
anions niiiini are ."samucl I.. Jones
l. .... I . I . S I i I . 1 ' .
u.oiuei-oi ne .evauu .SMiniHir. v
Hamilton and H (' (iornuoi l,,. .
closed a deal for Kline v Wall mining
claims at lie Lamar. The uriee naid
i i, fc."ll Olio
A gains I a pain I nun bruise or sprain
Trib's the best insuring.
You w ill regret if you forget
Trill when yon go to iriug ' .
Suliscrilie wit ii tliis issue
AuJitor and Treasurer's Report.
To Die Hon-nttlih' Hoti-d of Count y 'um:iiij--iui-uvmtt
Vyi 1' nui'y. 'i'it'l;i,
i ttNTi kmkn:
We bureti) rt!p'nifiill.v Miliiuii our ltcwiri for
tin- tjUHcLer emliiiK .June :Hh. ami.
Ciisli on IiwimI April Nl 111 til Mi lit
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'i. rk.ii iluai'il nf e.iiint v ruminls
sitmiT... ,r tillnty Vi lt III.
Ed. J. EPPERSON,
Boot and Shoe Maker.
P
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!
iVkii s t sljtur.-. luinlc u order. Unuirlut: in
;tll u until. -Vs Ulve nt-i trial. j
S ifp: Two Uoi rs utiove Hliuilci'V li'tU-l,
A Cosy
Resort.
Kendall ft Carey Props.,
TONOPAH, Nev.
Tin1 Isni of t-vtiryttiitut in tlw way of lluultl n
fivsliuii'iils ran Im futimt at Ilitu puiitilar spurt.
uu huiw. Only fti'st-i'laK iirtlrlrs of
Liquors, '
, WlntiH,
nud Cii"'
.-ii i. . " : .
i rNltfw Cool Laer Heer.
j 'rin. 'I'uiiiipali" in itu itp-liislutii MtliHiii in
h wry n. k'. . I 'nnl tiilili'ii fur lnviirs nf whtm.
! -iln :i:l.t ut her irulir. .
: Aie'iitm TIOKM lu I'luli nauu.
A limn- i.f t ti public pulniuaifn la Hulit'lli'il.
I riiiirlimlK Iri'iilnii'lit 1'XtFinii'd tn visitum
; Tonopah
Stage $ $
lnvm SODAVILLC
j M oil urrlvitt ii C A C- It
i It. tiuin from Hiw
ihnrrie evi'rv
I . , .r , . ,
'' Monday, Wednesday and Friday
in-, ili ut- in y ii'rliK'k. I'lirrii's I'. S ma ft. pa -I
M ii! nii'l Hutu m-lirlu.
! - - ,. ,
The proprietors of this well equipped
.stage line have spared no expense in
the purchase of commodious coaches
and lirsi -class stock.
Cftr-ttful frlvr-i ami
Pare One Will 7 (); Koiiml
Trip M- (H).
Ill 1 I'HHKV KSSK.lt. I'n.pHili.rs
Dry
Goods
i
Store.,,
Main Street, Belmont.
W. Brougher, Pro j o
Dry and Fancy (ood,
LaJ1i
Spring
UoodatHH
Now arriving. .Mail orders receive
! prompt at tentiou.
Silver Star
Saloon,,
; ' fower Main Stroot, Tpnopah, Nev.
Davidovtch & riamcnaz, Prop,
t
Tn- p"oi- iviti' nf thi-t'NtHMt l uii n' mi' wtll
Ku-ivu i ii ih- ittiittic iir tiitMr finir; mnu irta
III' it I nl piilnin-- ititil vist.iliJ. Tl'1 Imr K
Liquors, Beer, Cordials and
Cigars.
0 In ('iiuilm'iin).' Unj SIIvit Mini- hi- iii
nno in 1m mil, siuiKts Hun will mi'i'i Willi tin
appinvi, I nf nil .Mi nun .. n-k l.n siibi" ul
Uu IllllriiUilvr ... . ,
C- F. Fo
Painter,
Tonopah, - Nevada.
The
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Tonopah,

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