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VOL. I. BUTLER CITY, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 11)01. NO. 10. Dr. C. SINCLAIR, I li y m i i m 11 a 11 l Surgeon. I'w "rougher Avenue, Timnpuli, Nevada WALTER C GAYHART, Attorney at Law. Will practice In all State Bud Federal Oourla. Address: Tonopah or Austin, Nevada W. BROUGHER, 0 ICiM-onler ami i:-oilico Auriftoroi Nje County, Nevada. Allrtu't if title carefully pivpmvtl, .rkiiuw- Ifilnifiitf taken Adilrt'HH; Lhttiituul, NttvaiU. P. M. BOWLER, Jr. Altoriiey al Law. Will prneilre in ui State and Federal Covins. Attdrnrts; Hawthorn, Nevada. CLAY PETERS, tlllKtltM oi t In' IVlU . Afklliiwledtfiueiiti luken iiftlce; T'Uirtpah. Nevada T. L. ODDIE, iniarnicT attorncv o. nvi qoumi v i A Hornet at Law ul.lle ami Notary Will practice io nil State aud Fcdcrall'oiirts Address; Tonopah ir Ifclmont. H. C. CUTTING, Attorney al Law and I'tiMic. Notary Will practice 111 u 1 1 Stale alul Federal Courts. Address; t'liui ipali. Nevada. THOMAS W. LOGAN, Sherilf anil MNNir ol Ne 'onntj , Ni'ada. 1 Mice: llelnionl, Nevada DANIEL HOLLAND, A(tornr at Law. Will practice iu all State and KtMletnl t'mirw AddreiMh; CandeJai ia, Nevada BENJAMIN SANDERS, Attorney at Law. Will practice In all Slate unit Federal Courts, ottlrc: Mailt street . Tonopah. Ncvuda FOR GOODSi Groceries VV; JONH TURNliR, Merchant OF TONOPAH. Sec his announcement In th: next Issue. INPORRKl) BY ' Ki (iOVF.KNMKNTS T. R. Hofer, aiN. AQT- NEW YORK LIFE IN CO. . . Kepresenting the oldest international life insur ance company in tlie wok M. I'aknun City, Nkvaha. fi f If IW1! your subscription to thi J.U.tl itlF.M IV BONANZA with this twine We hope every person In town will step up to the ollico mill liecome a uhncrllicr. Hi'lp yourself aud thii town by m doitig. Si oome ou iivh and give, us all a lll. II, ( CCTTINt; B. F. Turner, Edwards & Cutting; A full line of Ooceries. Mining Supplies. Hardware, Hoots and Shoes. Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods, Hats and Caps. Crockery and Glassware, Wii.es. Liquors and Cigars. Cutlery. Candies, Patent Medicines, Drugs, Hay. Grain. Farm produce of all 'kinds. 1'RUIT IIV SEASON. Wl ARB IRGPAKBD TO SUPPLY ALL THE MARKET DEMANDS AT VERV LOW PRICES. 23 and 26 Main Street, TONOPAH, Nevada. BLIND FISHES. Eye Injuries Common Among the Fin ned Denizens of the Deep. "Fishes," suid an old fisherman, "arc especially liable to initirv to tlie eves. Anions the fishes tnken in net.- there lire always likely to he found Mime that had suffered some injury to the eye, and tlie number in t-on:e ease.- would he large. "The n .'son for thi is very sim ple. The li.-hes travel in schools, many lishes together und closely hcnVi .Moving thus, they are like ly Io jostle and rub against one an other. If they are frightened, then l!.e dimmer from this source is great ly increased. "Take, for instance, a school of menhaden chafed by bluelish. In tin i 1 fri'.lil and their eagerness to escape thev rush otr wildly, crowd ing and smashing together and MJiuelinies actually pushing, in their wiid rush, up out of water on to the bench. "Illuelish rush olf in the same wild iiIm'iiht when shark.- ,-mnsli iiiln .1 m i n,i! nj' ihcni and begin bit ing and i!c . , iviiig riTlit and left. "The fr: ' :icd ii. !,cs would in iicli eii-r. lice like a herd of stam pcdcil catlic on the hind. The cat tic would. Mime of 1 hem. lie tram pled down i.,id killed, and some v. 'i.i ill have legs broken, and some would i'-c lliiii' hull's and so on. The lisho would Miller injuries in like milliner, ami, the eye being an ox posed and easily hij.ired part, they are particularly liable Io injury there. "Iilind fishes, or fishes with im paired sight, suffering from injury or perhaps from disease followim: injury, are caught with the rest sim ply because they stay with them. They do not, because of their blind ness, get lost. All (ishes are pecul iarly sensitive to the motion of the water about them; they feel the im pulse given by .the slightest move ment of it anywhere near them. Thev keep within the circle of the movement made by the school. They don't strnv away; they stay with the crowd, and if the crowd gets any thing to eat thev get at least some of the fragments." ; . Refused Her Because She Cried. A wedding was once stopped in the following curious manner: The people were well to do farmers. The day was fixed, breakfast prepared, carriages waiting at the door. All things were ready. The bridegroom drove tip to the house and ran in to see his bride before he started for the chapel. He found her weeping, as brides often do when they leave home. Anil who would believe it if they read it in a romance? The bridegroom coldly informed the young lady that "if that was the way she was going to begin it would be the end of it." He left the bride in a dead faint, left the house and drove away. It was the end of it in more ways than one. There was an action for breach of promise. The young lady died of A broken heart. He afterward married three wives in rapid succession. F.verv few years he crossed my path, and I have reason to know that his life was far from being happy. London Tit-Bits. KI1WAKIIH U. A. TIK.NKH GENERAL MERCHANDISE. TRIB IN THE HIGH SIERRAS. The day we started on our trip uc cross the mountains, from Carson, Nevada, while wheelng down the grade toward Lake Tahoe. I went over a high embankment, falling and badly spraining and bruising my left knee, when we reached Hobart. the inst.ip of Mrs. Gordon's right foot was also much weakened ty the severe ex ertion necessary on the mountain road. It seemed as if we could go no further. There was just one bottle of the liniment. Trili. in the place. We bought it and applied it thorough ly that night and the next morning, and were thus enabled to proceed easilly and without delay. Continu ing its use, in three days we reached our destination, both knee and in step completely cured and free from ! that muscular stiffness and soreness which too often mars an outing. Trili ' is the greatest thing on earth where 1 a liniment is needed. P. H. GORDON j I will also add a word if you please. I Without Trib. all the pleasure of a I most interesting journey would have been destroyed, if. indeed, we could have made it at all. j MRS. P. H. GORDON. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are now re-' siding at Overton. California. The Women Tell Their Ages. There is one country at least i where women do not hesitate to tell their age. N'uxt to the babies, the old women have the greatest number of privileges in Japan. There is a saying, "The grandmothers rule the empire." Age is greatly rever enced. The llrst remark made after an introduction is "And what might be your honorable age?" And you may be sure that if the answerer he a Japanese nhe will give her full age and even be tempted to udd a year or two. When women go to buy a dress in Japan, thev tell the shop keeper their age and they are married or not, because' there are special designs for the single aud double relations of life as well us for the ages. She Couldn't Dance. A certain clergyman had often urged an old woman in his parish to go to church, and he so far prevailed on tier that she attended one bun day morning. However, by mis chance she got into a pew belong ing to a regular attendant. The verger went to her and beck oned her to come out. At the same instant the harmonium commenced playing, whereupon the old lady, shaking her head at the verger, said : "It's na use asking me. You niim git somebody else, as Ah can't dance." Gi-c:t .'.rue duct Buildors. It i- pro' able that the ancient City of Mexico had a better and purer supply of water under her ancient rulers than she has today. When Cortes invaded Mexico, lie found a splendid aqueduct con structed by Montezuma and carried across the hike on a causeway. The ancient Peruvians carried their works for hundreds of miles from the high mountain regions to lower arid ones less favored. Auditor and Treasurer's Report. To the ll'iniirabli' Board of County (VmiinlKslou nm of Nye ' unity. Nnvaila UJCNI'l.ttMK: Wd heruliy nvpni'tfully kuIiuiI t our Kt-porl for tin- uuarfr kuiIIuk June Will. imii. I'usli on haud April Int. IIHll :u:K III ItKCKIITS: Htuti'uud IViuuly tui of ami Apportioned as follows: To State Fund tun :i) Sk'llool .Jin c JuditoN Order Fund mi ('ontltlKKUt IK, w Jutort'Mt " 1- II IudlKent ' mm (ieneriil ;'u Salary m 7.1 1 Livens.- ri; ,v. I Salary . ... .W-1 . f Slate sn,, Uoiknt lax Salary 7 Uel tli and Int'st . Salary fund i Pel. State aud Co tax of U01 .. State fund : it, 8rho.ll ' . . 1 j, tontyent ' t Interest ... n;, IndiKent " ... x lleilerul '' 'B, Salary .1 m l'UUiu.irllou Uel Stale ami fa tax of MIT Total rasli und receipts for ijuurler lUSIIlll'SK.MKNT.S: 'aid trotn Con t 1 11 Kent I'tnid .IN nil Salary Aig Mi Slate ni 511 " " Pnekwaler roa:t " ;n IJenenil " !;' ;( Helni'nt Sellout " l-Ji IK, Duu-ll r'hil uiDl Monitor Valley ' Mill im Hot 're,-lt ;; Ia, Smoky Valley i 1,1 " " Uruutvilte ,vt ,1 " " Kiwsn Kivnr " i-jii 111 " " 'oUe IU , " " White llhor " as p ' Put-kwater " 7( tKl Cherry Cn-flk llo im Blue SpritiKs Ml m Judges I) der III Total illsliu -M-ni -iii . for ijuarter ASH IS FI NDS .ll l.Y 1st . I'.mi: (ontinireut Fund Salary Fund Stute Fund IndiKent Fund Interest Fund Uurkwater Kind Fund Western Itoad Fuud Genera! Fuud Helium! Sch.xil Fund Puteh Flat Fuud Hot Creek Fund Smoky Valley Fund I'ite Creek Fuud Kee.e River Fuud iai ; IKM l ..'1 In a; 1 i w.i t; Hi oil I ii Si II ;t .'1H ;U 1; il .f. Vt -Vi II HI .'VI tone Fund -'.I lliU'Kwater Fuud . tHit ih I'herry Creek Fund ;, Forest Home Fuud 47 ;u Illue Spriuxs Fuud uft M t'uupportfoued school money .ttt ;tii t'napporllouod Tax of IHH7 Hill in Total cash iu Fund 41: Schisil Funds overdrawn 51111 Total rush In funds .Inly 1st, Itml. I.VPF.HTF.PNKKS: (Jeneral F'umi Salary Fuud. indigent Fuud. (uterost Fuud. . . . Coulihtrcut Fund t 7,.V.'H nil i.rw t.i U4I i'S U.llll III M.IIMH Its Total ludeliledlie July 1st, IMII juuw mu Iu compliance with the law the Report for the Quarter ending June stith, Itml. Is herewith respcfull.v Mihmltted. W. HKOt liHKU. Coutny Auditor. I". ,1. HKAP1.KY. County Treasurer. a ttue wipy. A TTKST: J. A. DHLAVDKK. County Clerk and ex-OlttcIo clerk of llourd of County Commis sioners. Nye County. Nevada. NOTICE. pKRSONK WHO HAVF. SKTTI.KII (IN T1IK West Knd claim will not Iw given title to same, as 1 he surface ground Is the uhsolut of Carr, Cutting A Fdn urds Teuopah. June Hint property A Cosy Resort. Kendall fc Carey Props., TONOPAH, Nev. The Iiest of every thing In the way of liquid re freHhmentH can he found at thla popular i.pnrt lu housf. Ouly flint-clam article of Wines, and ClifHr v IVIce Cool Utijjtr Beer. "The Tnuopah" Is an up-to-date saloon In every respect. Card tallies for lovers of whist, solo and other Karnes. Aifeutle TIOI3R iu cluti room. A share of the public, patronane Is solicited. Courteous treatment extended to visitors Tonopah Stage $ $ Leave. SODAVILLE ou arrival of C. A C. K R. train from Haw tilorne every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 0 o'clock. Carries X!. 8. mail, pas seuKetn and light frelirht. ; The proprietors of this well equipped stage line have spared no expense in the purchase of commodious coaches and first-class stock. Caraful Drivers aud , Qulvk 8rvlu. I'are One Way 7 OO; KoiiikI Trip $12 OO. HUMPHRKV & ESSKK. Proprietors Dry Goods Main Street, Belmont W. Brougher, Prop. j Dry and Fancy Goods, Ladies' SpHnjj QoodsMilt Now arriving. Mail prompt attention. orders receive Silver Star Saloon,. Lower Main Street, Tonopah, Nev. Davidovich & PUmenaz, j Prop, The proprietors of this establishment are well known to the public for their courteous treat meut of patrons and vislotos. The bar is stocked with the finest Liquors, Beer, Cordials and Cigars. 909 In conducting the Silver Star we will strive to handle goods that will meet with the approvulof all. All that we ask ts a share of the patronage. C. F. Fogg, Painter, The Tonopah, Tonopah, - Nevada. fry V I. 1 '?