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NO. 20. EDWIN R. KEEN, M. D., ToNOl'AH. NKVAtU. All roll, cm tin try or city, pTtmitty rtHMWt-rcil, d.v or night. H. W. CHITTENDEN, M. D. I li I i n ii a imI S ii r o ii , ('hIIh nlt-'hl Hiiil ilu.v promptly a'tfintnil (o. iV Hrc: I'lip'-r Went M til ii Ktrwt, op ami It Owl KiMiu -ant. Tuintah. W. P. BALLANCE, M. D. K.'KH'Hr. IKTSi I Ii m 1 4 I h ii a ii i S ii r jf 4 o ii. i H-'KU 'K: Muifi Hi reel Turner ButlUiwr. full-in it'inlftl iluy ornljfht. Duly unit letfi.lly f.'klKh-itt f"r I itti'H i NcvhUu Slain Honrd Med-it-it I rlxitin in-rx J. A. OHLANDER, ('unity Clerk unil Clerk of the Ju dicial District Court if Nevada, in and for Nye County. Mtldavil and Acknow leilKUient taken Of-ll.-f: Court Ihii'. Itclni ml WALTER C GAYHART, 1loriHv at law. Witt ifin-i if- in till Stale and Fciteritl Uiiirt. iI.u'-n: T')iiiiititi ur An ttn. Nt-vml. W. BROUGHER. Krronlfi ami Kx-ollUo Auditor of N Comity, NVvuila. i true? u( 1 II le CHPcfuMy p epRred, Ai-knuH IciKHi'MII.-. tlikr li Ailtin-; IVhiiuiit, N.'Vil P. M. BOWLER, Jr. ttorii-,v at Law. Will ui-l it"-in nil SlHlc und KmIithI ( Vtwrt. dd ItiiwHinrif. evd CLAY PETERS. .1 list iT of I INaro, fn wh ililli' ltU tuUt'ii. Offl.t'; rittHll Ni'VHdrt. T. L. ODDIE, iaitf iitooNit ot mvc count! tlorn' at Law aint Notary Public. Will Knriic In ttlt Stnf and l-VrteritH'urlM. v.ld I'uuxpHh or lb Ininnt H. C CUTTING, . VlioriH', at Law ami Notary PuMU. Will -vi lee In nit Snte and Kedi-rul 'ouru. Vrtilri-.s; Ttitmpiih. N'evmU THOMAS W. LOGAN, Sheritr ami Assessor of X) ounl.v, Neviula. Oilier; Il4llli(tit, Ni-vhiIh. BENJAMIN SANDERS, Atlontr) at L.iw. Will pm - ii-ti in till HiHtu nd KudtTHl (Viurtp. iHtli-ti: M-.in Ntrt'tit, Touoptth, Nevada. FOR GOODSS Groceries V:: JOHN TURNIiR, IeT. Merchant OF TONOPAH. 'f Mm arifiniiniui"l In thf m-ni mhuv. FINK J()H IMNTIN(i Ni'Htlv i-xcoilti'il il thin nfflrc Try u 1 7 p ti-liiiM prim In M. II. ri'TTINM Edwards & plf! GENERAL jllf MERCHANDISE. A full line of Groceries, Mining Supplies, Hardware, Hoots and Shoes, Clothing. Gents Furnishing Gxk1s, Dry Goods. Hats und Caps. Crockery und Glassware, Wires, Liquors und Cigars, Cutlery, Candies, Patent Medicines, Drugs, Hay, Grain, Kami produce of all kinds. FRUIT l!N JSIiAOiN. WI2 ARli PHEPAHED TO SUPPLY ALL PHI J MARKET DI2MAIND AT VI2RV LOW PRICES. 23 and 26 Main Street, TONOPAH, Nevada. BROWN TENT STORE! 0 T" "''','"'"'"'"'-''; We are here to stay und for a 1 starter have 5, 000 worth of goods A . .... TU Ml I... I I ... .... ni 'I juu. i ufjr win oe. sum very a k clieap at cost. I want you to in- . spect this sUK'k whether you buy or not. Gents' clothing ut your own price. Ladies our t you. We have childreus' gixids and 0 t in fact goods for old und young. We now have on the road 87 cases f f of Dry Goods and Gents' Fiirishing f (JikkIs. Tlicy are all select goods and $ just tlie latest styles. f Great Bargains! A Well Known. Young Han. Mr. Kd. I.achman, formerly one of the Is'st known young men in Reno, now a mining man in Torres (State of Hiinora) Mexico, wrote tlie following statement which will explain itself: I '"While wheeling down a steep I grade near Virginia City, I had a fall j which severely sprained tlie muscles und tendons ahoul my right hip and so bruised my knee that it was swol len, discolored and painful to tlie touch. That evening I procured a bottle of Trill and applied it. Tlie ni'V't (liiv I f-ftnl1 will! uml n utl v and after using Trib twice a duy for four consecutive days 1 wus com pletely cured. 1 never before knew the value of u good liniment. I shall not be without a bottle of Trib here after. Use my name if you see fit. Trill is a good article, the knowledge i of which I am willing to aid in spread ling. KDMUND D. LACHMAN." A year later Mr Luchmun said: "The cure was permanent. Trib is all right." Kvidenc.e has lieen found which e: -tablishes the fact that the mines in the Kongarok district near Nome, were worked many years ago. A cofferdam built of rock, und a bed rock drain have, been uncovered that bear undisputable evidence of this fact. These discoveries were made a considerable depth from the surface. The walls of the drain can be traced distinctly for a distance of 500 feet, and bear every indication that the stones of the wall were placed one iiHin another by human hands. A man who apparently is posted suys f'25 u month on u farm is better than f.'iO a month us a clerk in town. Tin? farm employe at the end of u yei' bus $200 in cash, three pairs of overalls and a straw hat, while the city clerk has u Hash suit, a crooked handle cane mul is deep in tin; hole as his creditors will allow him to get. Yet there are 100 applicants for clerkships to one for a farm hand. Hay is selling for 4 per ton in the stack ut Mason Valley. There is a large ipiaiitity of hay in the valley. Subscribe for the Honan.a. B. Y. KliM'AHIIM Cutting, : goods will please The Buainew Man and Hi Rubber Stamp. If the business man sees tit to daub his billheads, noteheads and envelopes with a rubber stamp and thus lead outsiders to think there is no printer in his town, he ought to be salted. Such a man as that when he comes to die ought to have hi obituary and tlie usual resolutions of his lodge printed on a Ixutrd fence with a rub ber stamp. And when he has a baby I at ins House, or a party, or a son gets married, a full account of the impor tant event might be printed with a rublier stamp on a sheet of wrapping paper und tacked on his front door. And when he is a candidate for office he might rubber stamp himself a label to the effect that he wants to be constable, or road overseer, or justice of the peace, as the case may be. and pin it on the Ixisoin of his pants. And when the opposition jumps on to him he might just stamp another label saying it's a blamed lie, and pin that on two. Come to think of it, there is no end of uses u rubber stamp might be put to in the hands of an "enterprising" und economical man. Kx. The above article reminds us of an instance when publishing a puper on the mother lode. The most "promi nent" business man of the town went hence. He was an out and out rub It stamp man. After he was laid away for good, when he could no longer deprive the poor printer from making an honest dollar bv iirinliiiL' bill und letter I our paper came out and we did not even publish the death notice. His 1 ... . . , ... w ue aim sons were at trie onice wait ing for us to go to press and wanted u dozen copies. We sold them the first dozen that was struck oft. Next day the sorrowing wife called mid in quired the reason why we had omit ted to eulogize her "dear departed husand. She was frankly told that the rubber stamp prinier in San Francisco had U-en notified of the death of her I eloved one and was un doubtedly having cast on rubber a 3 sheet poster telling of the progres sive traits of her hubby while living. After her sorrow had passed away she gave us many orders for job printing und burned the rubber stamps her husband had always used. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS IN MEXICO SOUTHERN PACIFIC SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Personally Conducted Composite Car, Dining Car, Vestibuled Sleepers RATE LEAVES $80 San Francisco Dec 18 $70 Los Angles Dec IB Good sixty days. Optional side trips. Special rates from all California points. lutiul'r uf utfHitl for I.Hurnturu i. H. !ohKlN. Am-nt. 8 "IllVlll.- Xi-v Miners' Exchange Saloon.. Lower Main Street, Tonopah. Nev. Davidovich & Plamenat, J Prop. Tlie prnpcltMori of this fNtHbhshnit'Ut Hit- wrll kuowil lo th- p'lltli for their rnurteoUf, ovhi uiKDt of imtnmn unit viKiatn-,. TIik hr i Htorkf-d wlm th finest Liquors, Beer, Cordials and Cigars. OV In couilut'llliK the Silver Hli ' ll Ntrlve to liuiiitle KoottK thai will meet with the approval of all. All that we R.k l a haiv ) thi1 putmtiaire. MINKR ICHAM1H HALL The proprietors 1 now prepared to fn-iiisli Theatrical Troupe. Danolnit Parties and Political Cluba. Kor tenii. Tieatrleal Ma iaerh will alilrens the p-oprieU)iH. Notice to the Sick. DR. WAY TONG, th wll It mm ii hiiiI Miifttfriil PMVSICIAIN of Ca-Moiullty. Nevada, will wmn visit Touo pah, at whieh place he will remain -everal weeks. All pitraona In heetl of his profex-tonal "orvlcoH will do well to eall on hliu T.ie doelur is well kuown in Ka tern and Southea nirii Nevada uh a sucoesa ul phyMlrlau. "FRISCO" Cash Grocers Fancy Groceries a Specialty. SHEWET Sc BLUMENTHAL. Notice to Beef Peddlers. VOTICK IS HKKKMY WIVKX Til AT AT A Uet'llut of tile KxeeuHvH Commit tie cil the Lamlor Nve Sloek As.soi'iallon, reeenllv held 111 Austiti, llaruet Mi Cann was Biioolnted Hide In sp.i-tor for Tnnoiah. Nye Cihiiii.v. All n rin lellverllikf iMef In Touoputl are rMluesMti lo i x hlliit the hide of said butt lo Mr. Met'umi tor ttlspoetiou an relie,sted hy law . Aluttln. Kel. 18 IKil. T. C. Mallov. f-y. This Space is reserved for the Kentucky Liquor Store, Just Opened. H M. f.uHHAM. President. KlCHAHl) KlHHAM ViM Prehldenl. O. W Kii'Hakii, Cashier. ACIEINCY OP TMIi Bullion and Exchange BANK lO AKHON f.'ITV, NKVAOA.) TONOPAH, NEVADA. Caah C aeltal K I .) on Hurplua . KI.IUH .11 lleiunlla . .HHH.I.IH HI UlltKCTDKS. C. K. Maek W K. Luster. Alfmd Chartl!, H. M. Gorham. Riuhard Klrniau, A It. Overton. J H WisHlhurv. ieueral tlaukinir HudnesK Transacted. Kx 'hiinie Ixiufhl and sold on all parts of th world MiDinK stocks iKniKht aud wdd. Cor respondence Hollcltod. Hugh G.Dunn General Blacksmith, SIKH': Odtlie Ave and Mineral 8t Tonopah, Nev. We would respeclfully atllumnce lo those who have work to lie done in our line tl at we I ave an up-to-date shop, well uipi d a In every branch. We am p'-epared lo do a- llifht and heavy lilack. mllhlriK. Hume SHoulntt, W'ikhJ Wurk, WlntllaMs' Mada to Ortlur. I -lj;Mt und Haavy wfgon work Itunuy Fp IrlnK.-.- We am mine blacksmiths. Picks and drills shaipened Tire settltiK a specialty, our work is kk1 - a trial will convince you thai It I.-. The Tonopah, A Cosy Reaort. Kendall & Carey Props. , TONOPAH. Nev. The best of eveiyrhlUK III the way of liquid re freshments can Is-found at this p pular ,rt IhK hou.e Only tl.-sl-class articles of llcUrM. Wine, ani CIKrH INIce Cool Layer Lieer. The Tonopah" is au up-to-date al'B.u It, every niss-ct. tard tables for lovers of whist, solo and other yames A iteutlo TKIiiH in club room A share of the public patnuiatre Is -olicited Courteous trealtnent extended to vlsltois. Dry Goods Store . . . Main Street, Belmont W. Brougher, Prop, . lry end PHncy CjoocIm. l.(i(.1le Spring Uoodti'HM Now arriving. Mail orders receive prompt attention. BANK OF TONOPAH. (I A TritNKIt, President. Do a General Banking Business. Ituy ami si ll exehlllll.-e oil all the princiiul Ities of the world. Stocka and Bonds Bought and Sold on Commission . We receive subject to check Ihe accoilli' set tlrnis mid IndivlihmlK. We aim to Klve satis faction. d r'eni,-iit nee week Wnt.di for ' Advertise in the liovwi.