BUTLER, NYK COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 11)02.
W. P. BALLANCE, M. D.
I Regular, IH7H)
I'liy h I ('in a and Surgeon.
oKKIi'K: Main Street-Turner Building
falls at tended day "might. Duly unci legally
registered cerllllcale Nevada State Hoard Mod
L. R. ELLIS, M. D.
Physician mill S u rgoo 11 .
llKFII'K: Next dour In llrodigan's Hotel
nils night and day altt-iitlcd to.
J. A. OHLANDER,
County Clerk and Clerk of the Ju
dicial District. Court of Nevada, in
and for Nye County.
Affidavits unci Ackntm letlgnifuls tukcn. Of
tire: Court house, Ht-luiout.
EDWARDS & CUTTING
. . . DEALERS IN . .
Hardware and Groceries
A Full and Complete Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Hams, Bacon, Lard, Ktc. Our Hard
ware comprises one of the most complete Stinks
in the State. For
TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Ve are ahead in Tonopali. Stoves, Kanges, Pipe,
Ktc, are kept constantly in Stock. Let Us figure
on your Alining Supplies.
AGENTS FOR GIANT POWDER COMPANY AND
BULLARD3 & BRICKS ACETYLINE GAS GENERATORS.
SDNEY B. WOOD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice In nil State wnl Federal courts. I
Adtln-st Tonopah. Nevada. !
R. L. JOHNS, !
Klftten years experience In the Slim- una
Federal Courts. Mining Law n sin-dally.
Oltlt-c: Brodlgnn Building, Tunupuh, Ncv.
WALTER C. GAYHART, !
Attorney at Ijiw. !
Will practice In nil state Hnd Federal (Courts. !
Address: Tunopiili nr AuMlu. Nevada I
W. BROUGKER, !
!CM-oi(h'r ami Kx-ofllco Amlilor ol'
N County, Nulu. i
AbMnu't of 1 1 1 ft cun-fully pn-pannl, Acktjow-
Aililrvw; lii lNiuUt, X.-vimU.
P. M. BOWLER, Jr.
Attorney at Law.
'p INS is Tonopah'ii best store. The patronage we are receiving, the
styles we are showing, and the sales we make has given us the
right to claim i we are headquarters for Clothing and Footwear.
The largest cities exhihit no newer styles.
May we not have the pleasure of a visit from you and vour fam
ily ? Such a visit will undoubtedly pay you not onlv in actual
cash saving, hut in receiving better goods for less money than
from any other establishment.
Latest htyles in Millinery, Dry floods and dents' Furnishings.
A HERN, The Clothing Man
Main Street, Tonopah, Nevada.
Buy Your Magazines and Stationery at Booth's candy kitchbn
Will prHi'Mcc tn nil Si Mr and Federal Courts.
AtlilrfM; Jlliwtliortj", Ni'Vltlttt
Jiistlrr oldie IVur.
nice. TiUi)iitli, Nevul.
T. L. ODDIE,
!diTHICT ATTOMNtT Of Nl COuNlv
Attorney at Law ami Notary
Will pnirtlce In nil SfM mid FederHlftmrtM.
A-Iii'ims; Totiuputi iir f k'luioui.
H. C. CUTTING,
Attorney at Law and Notary
Will pnn-lice In till Stiile tuid Federal Oourtn.
A'lilresHi Tuimimh, Nevtulu,
THOMAS W. LOGAN,
Sheriff anl Assessor of Nye
ontee; Belmont. Nevada.
CROCKER & SALSBERRY
AGENTS TONOPAH LUMBER COMPANY
Lumber of all kinds
Buililhier Material kept constantly on hand.
Contractors and Builders
Special Orders Filled Without Delay.
REAL ESTATE, BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS.
Linn her yard, one block west Postofl'icc.
The Crossing of Breeds.
The United States Hureau of Ani
mal Industry imparts the following
interesting information: ''Moderate
ly good animals crossed with an im
proved strain of stock should dress
at least (!() per cent. Figuring a loss
of 5 per cent on the slaughter test,
with the number of beef cattle in the
State of Tennessee the enormous to
tal of 20,(178,870 pounds of beef in
slaughtering is indicated, represent
ing a money value to the farmer of
!(, Kill. 10. The influence of blood,
breeding, conformation, etc., are well
illustrated by the fact that certain
steers fed in an experiment at the
station gained only 4.") to 48 pounds
in lid days, while, others under prac
tically the same conditions gained
from 12.') to l."0 pounds in the same
length of time. Illustrations of a
similar nature might be drawn from
experience in feeding hogs and in
producing a pound of milk or butter
from dairy cows of several types.
All writers who who have given this
matter any thoughtful consideration
point out facts similar to these, dem
onstrating the great losses incurred
through ignorance of the fundamen
tal principles of conformation."
Hard Lurk Story.
L. Madigan, a miner from Tono
pali, thinks he is entitled to tell a
hard luck story with the next man.
He was thrown off a stage coach re
cently and severely injured, so that
he had to be brought to the Holy
Cross Hospital in Salt Lake, where
he has been every since. Tiiat was
enough trouble, but two or three
days ago a friend, who was bi inging
his pocket book containing i:!0 with
which he expected to pay his ex
penses, lost the wallet. Now he is
hoping for luck to turn and the
pocket book to be found by somebody
with honesty. Salt Lake Tribune.
F. & A. M.
TIONOI'AH I.OIHJK. tl. I). F. & A. M . holds
l's regular Comitiuiilcaiiotis on the third
SlUurduy of IhcllMhlll. In Mmnnlr Hall ill
?:.S0 p m. Sojourning Brethren are cordially
invited to attend.
AL. SMI I'll. V. M.
TONOPAH LABOR UNION.
rpOVOI'AH LABOR UNION MF.KTS KVKHV
1 Saturday eventug. at 7:81 p lit Allmilil
bern In good standing iuvitud In attend.
CARL LUND, CHAS. KKN2SIK.
H. M. (ioHHAM, I'rtHlih'Ut.
RlCHAHII Kilt MAN. Vltw I'rHKldullt
Walt km Hahiiim. italiinr.
AGENCY OF THB
Bullion and Exchange
(CARSON CITY. NKVAIM.)
Fine stationery at Honanza News
To The People of Tonopah.
Attorney at Law.
Will pnii'tlw In nil Slum nml FVHitiiI Cmirix.
oitlco: Miiln mivitl, Tmmpiill. Ni'viulu.
J. G. BOOKER,
I!. S. Mlni'rnl Survi-yiT. Mlnlnir mirvi'yK fur
pnliTilH h npi'i'lHlty. Tliri'M i ipi'lctit t'HIl
"iiKlnirM roiiKlunl iy oniplnyiMl In tilt' ortli'tr
(iniiw Kilwn'nls & CutllnK Store.
The shoe tlcmand here is wel
suiiplied by Hyan A i
Stensou, who in addition to their already well supplied k
stin k, received during the week sixty cases or 1480
pairs of Mens', Womens' and Childrens' shoes of reliable
make embracing the latest styles in the market. Make
your seclection while sizes are complete.
For Fine Hats, Neckwear, Underwear,
Overshirts, Etc Come and see our display.
Cents who want a stylish well-made suit of cloth
will do well to cull on
RYAN & STENSON.
LOTHUOP & DAVIS, Proprietors.
DEAL! HS l!N.
Have constantly on hand a complete line of Fresh Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats
Shoes, Gloves, Overalls and Jumpers and all tho standard brands of Tobacco, Cigars, Wines and Liquors. Fine
Cutlery, Smokers Supplies, Lamps, Trunks and Valises.
Special Agents for Baker & Hamilton's celebrated Buggies, Wagons, Hardware, Nails, Etc.
Hhvh In stot'U at Btiilttvitlo car load Involoua of of Standard Haln WaRonR and Huuijles. Mlnlnif sUppii08 Ingrunral a Hpoclalty. All Knot hxIb
SPECIAL 100 steel Ranges. They will be sold cheap lor cash.
We Are Leaders In All Kinds of Goods
I (Ml, ( till
111, I tilt ill
C. K Mack H F. KUwanU Alfred Cham,
H. M. Uorliam, Rlcliard Klrluuu. J. B Overtoil
J. P. Woodbury.
Ornprol Hanking Hu.slnosH TranMafted. Km
chiinic lioiwht and mild on all partx of tnr
world. Mlulntf Htofks bouKht antt mild. Cur
MAIN STREET, TONOPAH.
Harding Ct Kennedy
IIIpk to call pulilc attention to the fart that 1
f limy oomliKtt Mm ouly KIHST l'LASS Ron f
htaurutit in town
r ami FamiiutN.
Pri ate rooms tor Ltuilott
Meals ctmkttd to order.
A KeKUlar IllnniT every tiny ul l::l
r-.l-l' 11.111 AMI UAMK IN
Chicken or Turkey Dinner Sundays.
ONLY WHITK LAHOR EMPLOYED.
I CHLORIDE I
3 BARBER SHOP I
3 Shaving, Haircutting
3 and Hairdressing.
4 Three chairs eonducled hy ronipetent
3 and skillful workmen. lniplenientN ami
3 iippurteniniees tlrst-elass. Clean towels
3 for every customer.
3 C. A. GULER, Prop.
('hlorlde Building. main hthkkt. t
T. R. Hofer,
GCN. AST- NEW YORK
LIFE INS. CO. . .
Representing the oldest
international life insur
ance company in the
Cahson City, Nkvaim.
We Sell Whisky,
E. A. FARGO COMPANY,
Wholesale Liquor Merchants,
316 Front Street, San Francisco.
Try, Our JOCKEY CLUB
Best Whisky in the World to Drink.
Hugh G. Dunn
SlIOl': Oddie Ave hikI Mineral St
fc- We would respectfully announce to those
who have work to he done In our line that
we have an up-to-date shop, well equipped
in every branch. We aro prepared to do
light and heavy lilacksniltliinK,
Horse Shoeing. Wood Work,
VVinillatui' Made to Order,
L-if ht and Heavy wagon work
We are mine blacksmiths. Picks and drills
sharpened. Tire settlnK a specialty. Our work
Is good a trial will oouvince you that it 1h.
Thomas Kendall Prop. ,
The best of everything in the way of liquid re
freshmen ts can be found at this popular sport
iug house. Ouly flrst-elass articles of
INlce Cool Lager Beer.
"The Tonopah" is an up-to-date saloon In
every respect. Card tubloa for lovera of whist
solo and other games.
A gentle TIOER in club room.
A share of the public patronage la solicited
Courteous treatment extended to visitors.
Milk, French, Rye n U
Graham Hread j
Fresh Every Morning
LEAVE your order for BOSTON BAKED
BEANS and BROWN BREAD every Sunday
BAKERY; Mineral St., Tonopah
Give us a trial.
Lane & Connelly
Mail orders rective prompt attention.
W4 2K Mrk.t St.. San Franciaco
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