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Tom Harney of Elko Is here, ": Trib cures insect bites and stints. (Jeorge and Tliorn are taking out rich rock from their lease. Our carpenters are idle. No luin lier with which to work. 1 - The Silver Star chop house is now under a new management. Tonopah has a population of 050. About 15 people arrive daily. Win. Owsley expects to have his saloon opened to the public in a few days. At least live or six editors in this state are unable to spell Tonopah cor rectly. Will Davis of Hig Pine now pre sides over the meat blocks at the meat market. Miss Ida Hrougher has charge of the Auditors otlice during her father's stay in this place. Harry Hamsey has put in a new front to his saloon greatly improving the. appearance. Mrs. Frank Humphrey and Mrs. K. Ks.ser are visiting Mrs. J. (... Hum phrey at Crow Springs. M. R Hooth. a brother of the ed itor of this journal, arrived from Tus carora last Wednesday. Teamsters throughout the state should read the advertisement under new today. "Teams Wanted.'' Mr. and Mrs. Kd Wheece of Dela mar arrived in town Wednesday. They will make this place their home. The large new two story hall and saloon building of I'lamena. A David ovich is ncaring completion. It is the largest building in town. The C. A ('. K. K. will in the near future put on a daily train to handle the freight and passenger trntlle that this camp has created. Dr. E. K Keen returned from his trip to Tonopah lust Sunday, and has liccii busily engaged in packing up his drug store preparing to remove it to that new mining camp. - Eureka Sent mel. Mi's. Jos, Marsh. Miss Myrtle Mar.-h. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Easou and children. Peter O'llricii. Win. Marsh and T. F. Egan arrived from Auitiu by private conveyance Wed nesday morning. M. Knrsky, the dry good merchant will ship a stock of goods to Tonopah the first of next week, where he in tends opening a store. Adolph ('alien will have charge of the business there. Eureka Sentinel. John Hurgcr writes to Win. Sin clair from El Kciio. (). T. He says that he is awaiting for the govern mciil drawing of homestead applica tion, anil if not successful will return to this place shortly The postofticc name of Butler will lie changed to Tonopah very shortly. If Jim liutler had desired this piace to be named Hutler he would have named the district liutler Mining IMs trict. Tonopah is the prettiest town name known to day. Among the mottoes put up y the t hnstiau Endeavors is the legend: ".Nevada for Christ". An unrcgcii erated, (lint hearted Ucpubliean seeing the legend rt marked that "it was not in accordance with the truth of history as Neuida was for Hryan." Tonopah is becoming metropol itan and its commercial Interests have increased so rapidly that a local hank became a necessity. The firm of Turner, E J wards A Cutting have in stituted a bank here and will transact a general banking business. H. C. Cut ting is cashier, O A. Turner Pres ident and H. F. Edwards. Vice Pres ident. Win. Ingalls, Sheriff of Esmeralda county, will move his largo store building from Candelaria to this town and put in a large stock of general merchandise. Hilly lugalls is a man who has'nt an enemy in the world and is Moved by his fellow man. That success in the new venture will tie his, goes without saying. Mr. Mike Sullivan has gone to Sodavillo to look after the forwarding of supplies and shipping of ore from lease 44 in which he is part owner. Duncan McDonald, an experienced mining man from Delamar, is super intending the work on the lease in the absence of Mr. Sullivan, OKK PAST ACCUMULATING. A (Irrwt lemand for Freight Teaou. Shipping ore is accumulating on the dump here much faster than the teams now on the road between here and Sodaville can haul it away. At the present time by actual couut 7, 527 sacks of ore is awaiting shipment. It is more than the present force of teamsters can move in the next six weeks, even if not another ton should be mined. The fact, however, that from now od the mines will put out ore faster than ever, makes the trans portation question a pressing one. A large number of teams can find employment here with freight both ways at good rates. For rates and additional information see Tonopah Mining Co.'s advertisement. F. Golden, J. Hennessy, M. Mcg giness, A. J. Crocker, Al Stevens, Wm. Robinson, Arthur Kun.e and Jack Salsberry have taken a lease above the Tamblyn A Golden ground and will sink a shaft to the depth of 200 feet. This is the highest work ings on Oddie Mountain and the Ixiys are sanguine of Mng well remuner ated for their labor, as it has been found that the large rich ledges of this camp all run under ( )ddie Mountain. They are deserving of much praise for their hazarardous undertaking. but as they are young men and life and mining being a gamble they are willing to take a chance and we pre dict the plucky chaps will win out. Jim Lothrop of Sodaville caught L. A. Green, a swamper on a freight team. riiiirin'' the necks of a coimle of his chickens Lothrop landed both 1 tru'tim-' s""' "W' f-"'ail " They feet and fists all at once in the face I wlU smk ,0" f,','t b,'f"n VK of the chicken fancier until the poor! E'hmt Diuilap and Frank Higgs devil begged for mercy. Next day i 'h'purtud for Southern California on Green informed Lothrop that he had ' Tuesday's stage, they go for Mi out purchased the fowls and had a right i to wring their necks. whercuHiii Jim j We are compelld on account of gave him a second drubbing for not i space to leave out an article in type telling the Iruth Green is here hav- j giving a description of the Klondike ing our local painters re-touch his mines. black eyes with a flesh color hue and r r Willi:,,,, ti. ,. , :.... vows that he never did like fowl. Cal and Wilkes Hrougher have the banner lease of the amp and now hold the trophy. Shaft is now down M."i feet with seven and one half feet of 315 ore per ton. The Hrougher Urns, will realize from their lease over flUO.OOO. this amount they have in sight, mid should the now Ik sly they The ! continue down another 100 feet j will clear up over 250.000. I ledge is widening as depth is attained. ; They have over 1.000 sacks of ore j sacked and awaiting transportation, j J. C. Williams, u member of the ! Executive Hoard of the W. F. M., af ! filiated the Tonopah Miners' I'nion : with that of the Federation on Tues : day evening last. The union has a membership of 200 with 23 applica tions to lie acted upon at the next meeting Wages are i?4 per day. It is the intention build n hall. if the union to S. D. and J. II. Foriuan have a very promising lease on the Hurro ledge. A shaft has been sunk to the depth cf 48 feet the ledge in the Ixittom showing four feet from wall to wall with a pay streak 28 inches wide and the ore will average $300 per ton. A good shipment of ore is awaiting transportation. Three different shafts have 'neen started during the past week on the bench at the foot of Oddie mini tain. It will not be many moons before the question as to whether the ledges go under this mountain or otherwise will be finally determined. Every effort in that direction so far has met with success. i Three whims have been received during the past week, and are being erected for operation as rapidly as possible. One was delivered to Cutting A Hrown. one to Sullivan, Lynch A O'Meara and one to Oddie, Pheby and Peters. There are three more whims en route from Sodaville. T. L. Oddie and H. C. Cutting loft, for Sodaville this afternoon. A special engine to take them from Soda to Hawthorne will lx engaged to enable them to catch the north bound train at 11 o'clock to morrow. San Francisco is their destination. ' The employees of the Carson A Col orado railroad who handle freight at the Mound House are on a strike. Too much work for the few hands is the cause. No doubt this will cause a great inconvenience to our people, LOCA I. CONCKNTKATKH. Send the Bonanza to your friends. Ike McKeun a resident of Bodie ar rived on to-day's stage. , , Charles Grimes of Nevada City ar rived on Tuesday's stage. U. F. Edwards will depart for Can delaria Monday morning. We have only one price to adver tisersthe regular rates. " This camp is the richest and has the largest ore tiodies in the world to day. Thomas Collins departed for Grass Valley on Tuesday for a two weeks visit. Kendall & Carey's large club room addition to their saloon is about com pleted. F. A. White of Silver Peak a prom inent mining man of that distrfct is in town. The "Never Sweat" lease is des tined to become the banner one of fie camp. The 22-inule team of Acalarus, Hut ler & O'Hrien arrived from the rail road to-day. Head Newton's Tent Store adver tisement in another column. He is here to stay. Horn. -In Heluiont, New, July 17, 1001, to the wife of F. It. Jtrother ton, a daughter. Let the people of Tonopah give Mr. and Mrs. James Hutler a grand recep tion on their return to Tonopah. Oddie, Pheby and Peters are ex- of the W. F. M., departed for Merlin ednesdav to organize a miners union. The Never Sweat leasers have put up a whip and the 1 -horse power plant is doing good work in hoisting their 1.000 rock. Tom Peudray of San Aiitone has just finished putting up his hay. He was in town this week and says the prop is the largest in years Good ore is being takeu from the Jim Nubbins lease. A large amount of ore is ready to be shipped when teams can pe procured to haul it Newman. Marnier anil Wearing are meeting with success on lease lit! on the Hurro ledge. At a depth of 40 feet ore valued at 200 is being ex traded. Hilly Spcrry the tonsorial artist, whose parlors arc in the Mizimh build ing has received a new chair and large supply of barber goods. His work is fir-t class. Phil MiGrnlh railroad agent at Mound House has been transferred to the Hawthorne office. Hawthorne is to lie. congratulated for Phil is a per fect gentleman. District Mining Keeordcr Thomas F. Egan returned from Austin Wednesday evening. Tom says that Austin is taking on a new lease of life and will ere long pour forth t he white j metal as in the days of yore. Hrown A Cutling have drifted into! a chute of magnificent ore at a depth j of 120 feet below the surface. They j have next to the deepest shaft in the j camp, and the first whim in operation, ! and altogether are up-to-date audi successful in their ruining operations. .las. McQuillan and ye scribe, trus- tees of the school here, will canvass 1 the town this week for funds to build 1 a school house. One thousand dol- 1 lars will have to be raised to proper- i ly house the little ones. A building! should be erected that we will all be I proud of. i Announcement of the new mercan tile firm of Turner, Edwards A Cut ting appears on the first page of the Hon a n a . All of the members of the firm are well and favorably known to our people. It is the intention of the firm to order goods in car load lots and supply the increasing demand in our fast growing camp. A large stock of general merchandise is now on the road. Vnlua In Oiilrt. F. & Plieby has computed the' fol lowing interesting table on the pro portion of gold hi the Tonopah ores as compared with the' ounces in sil ver. From smelter returns of 40 shipments the gold runs as follows: From 100 to 150 oz. .H2ti gold 150 200 250 301) 41 Ml 500 ,.200 ,250 :hm 400 50 tiOO 1.105 .1.133' 1.388 ' 1.445 1 1.304 ' 1.311 1 The shipments above 400 oz. were not as many as below that figure but by assays the proportion is found to be one of geometrical progression. The infant sou of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Sinclair died tnis afternoon at 3 o'clock. The little one died of iu flamation of the bowels, suffering un told agonies. It had just reached that age where, the now little angel, had become interesting. lis little smile will be missed by the loving and heart broken parents, its vacant place can never be filled. At 10 o'clock Monday morning the funeral will be held from the residence of the parents on Hrougher ave. One of the Company shafts, known as the Clark shaft, is now producing a large quantity of high grade ore. In the shaft the ledge is seven feet in width and the ore averages from 200 to 300 per ton. There is in the neighborhood of one hundred tons of this kind of ore piled up at the Clark- shaft awaiting transportation. Fred Winters has purchased the building and lo1 on Main street of John Shirley, also purchasing the stock of liquors in transit and will shortly open the Kentucky Liquor Store. A little girl leaving Eureka. Nev ada, for this camp knelt down by her bedside and prayed: "Good bye, God. we're going to Tonopah, this is the last we ever expect to hear of you. dear God." Jack McCauley. a former resident of Ballarat. and who accompanied Doc Trotter to this place, perished on the desert while returning to this camp from Pioche.' The nqiorted death of Jack Long street Ls false in every particular. Jack is si ill in the land of the living and in go kI health. The large safe for the Tonopah Hank was unloaded and placed in the company building on Tuesday, after noon. Thomas Dixon. Alie and Uobert Laird arrived from Eureka Monday by private conveyance. They will locate here. Andrew and David Service of Del amar arrived from Los Angeles Wed nesday and departed for Delamar Thursday. Sullivan, Lynch A O'Meara are tak ing out such a huge quantity of rich rock that they haven't ground room uimn which to pile it. G. H. Storey, and T. Massey have taken a contract to sink a 100 foot air shaft, between the Golden A Turn blvn and Never Sweat leases. There are two things the Hon ana does not do- publish other people's petty grievances or accept and print patent medicine advertisements. A social dam e was given this even ing in Kendall A Carey's pavilion It was an enjoyable affair. R. T. Hofer, the wide awake insur ance agent, was aii outgoing pas senger on Tuesday's stage. NEW TO DAY. Newton's Tent Store, Oppixlte Jif Hull. TONOIMII. A fir. I llll" of tlrwerl''!! Driml Prill tN, MiliiUK Supplies, Tents, Coin uml I'liil, lions and Shoes. Overalls. Jumpers, m.lerwesr. Iron and Sleel Iltt) Rnil Kraiii fur Nnle cliep (Jive me a trial CAUTION NOTICE. All I'khs ns akkca itk . km from buying or interfering witli my horses on the Montezuma range, 1 claim till hoi-sen with the "MP" brand. Anyone interfering whatsoever with horses with the almve brand will lie prosecuted to the full extent of the law. JOHN CHIATOVini. Silver leuk. July 2,-liMH ' Bon-Ton Hotel MONKY A O0LKK c ' Ml It Pmprieuir. SOflaVllle, fit This new, commodious ,ajid ele gantly furnished hotel, is now prepared to receive guests. In addition to first-class hotel ac commodations, there is a first class bath house, and also a feed stable for the convenience of travelers by team. , The thirsty may appease their appetites at the bar which is stocked at all times with the finest liquors and cigars. The proprietors strive to make the Bon-Ton the lead ing house of the mining center. A tonsorial parlor is run in connec tion with the house. A share of the patronage is solicited. C. U. MWaNSKSM H U. 1H1NN DUNN & MEGINNESS, General Blacksmiths, SHOP: Oddie Ave and Mineral St Tonopah, INev. Wh would rorpHCtfully announce tu those who have work to be done in our line that we have an up-to-dai shop, well equipped In every branch. We aro prepared to do llKht and heavy blucksmit hlutf. Horw Shoeing, Wood Work, Windlass' Mad to Order, litfhtt and Henvy wajfoii work Ruiriry Repairing We are mint black mlths. Picks and drllln sharpened. Tire setting a specially Our work Istfood a trial will convince you that it is. Ramsey's Saloon Main Mtrwttt. Tonopah. Prop. I). UamAey, for yuiet tliucor a social "mp" this eoKy resort in just the place to drop into. The proprietor will at al) times conduct an orderly hmi.w where at all time may be mid th' liest of Wines, Liquors and Imported Cigars. All of the celebrated brunds of nn- Koods will lw kept in stock. When yon want a nice COOL DRINK OF BEER Drop luto Ramsey's place. Cnurieou trvat tiiCDt to all (rive me a trial. Tonopah Hotel Mre. M. E. WEEKS & JOHN NAY, Proprietors. Mineral Street, Tonopah. The proprietor would rexpec tfully anuounee tlnit he eun at all times ue coinmodate the traveling public. The table is supplied with all the Delicacies of the Season. Board by the day, week or month, with or without room. Meals SOc. Board by the Week 7 0. A share of the patronage is solicited. NOTICE. I have prepared all of the deeds to Town lots in Tono pah and have placed the same in the hands of H. C. Cutting, from whom they may be ob tained as soon as signed and acknowledged. WALTEIt C. GAYHART. W. D. NELLIGAN Painting and Paper Hanging, GLAZING SIGNS Samples of Wall Paper. . Ww" fpr nl Uiw Prluwo. Lane & Connelly MANrrArTiTHKKM r Fine Cigars. 20-4 2i K, Market Mt., San FrancUoo Mail urtlera receive prompt atleutloa. 9 Subscribe with this issue,,.