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tftSUCO CVCIIV SATUHDAV CVCNINO. Published by the Tonopah Publish ing Company. W. W. BOOTH, MANAGER No EDITOR. One year (In advauiw) $5 CM) Six mouth 3 UU Th we mouths ! 75 Sinfle copies . 10 Commercial advertlHltiR tf 5U per wo, u are 10 lines nonpareilper month. Loc til read fug notices cents a line each Issue. C'u-dsof thanks go cents a line. All money orders should be drawn upon the Sodaville iMJstoftlee. Kntured at the Post office at Hutler. Nevada, a weoond-clttss matter. SATURDAY MAY 10, 102. District Court. The District Court of Nye county convened at Belmont on Monday. May 5th, Judye W. D. Jones, pre siding; Clerk J. A. Ohlander, Sheriff T. W. Loyan, and Attorneys Johns, Jackson, Coffin, Granger, Howler, Hreen and Bartlett, present. A Grand Jury, composed of T. J. Bell, foreman; J. G. Barker, secre tary, and A. B. Miller, J. A. Moore, E. Moore, Wm. Blair, Tucker, Wat tles, McLeod, Bowler, Dierinjrer, SchmalinjLf, Warner, McMouigal, Dan iels and one other, was empaneled, and the cases of State vs. Wheece, State vs. Longs treet and State vs. Ballard referred to them. The bills against Hendricks and Ballard were ignored. Wheece was indicted for assault with intent to kill. A. T. Longs treet was also in dicted for assault with intent to kill .1, B. Ney. The charge against Long street for an attempt to kill Ed. Clifford was referred back to the Grand Jury on motion of the Deputy District Attorney. In all criminal cases Judge Johns of Tonopah represented the District Attorney's office, Mr. Oddie being necessarily absent in Philadelphia. The trial of the case of Stale vs. Wheece was set for June 19th at 10 a. m. Judge Jackson of Tonopah is attorney for the defendant. The trial of the case of State vs. Longstreet for shooting Ney was set for June lllth at 10 a. m. Geo. A. Bartlett and W. N. Granger are at torneys for the defendant. Sixty trial jurors were drawn, returnable June 19th at 10 a. in. Alice Jendron, plaintiff, vs. Frank Jendron, defendant, a divorce case, was set for trial June 23rd, at 10 a. m. In the matter of estate of Johanna Comptoii, deceased, the final account of the executor was allowed and the estate settled and closed, and the executor discharged. In the matter of the estate of Sarab McCullough, deceased, the final account of the executor was allowed and the estate settled and closed, and the executor discharged. In the matter of the estate of Jas. Campbell, deceased, J. B. Gardner was appointed administrator ; bond :soo. In the matter of the estate of R. M. Chrysler, deceased, Thomas Tate was appointed administrator; bond, $1000. The G rand Jury was not discharged by Judge Jones at the close of the session, as has been the custom in Nye county for many years, but was permitted to dissemble until notified by the Court to assemble for the transaction of future business. This will save large expense to the county when the services of the jury are again required. iovrinr Satller Here. Governor Sadler arrived from Bel mont in company with George Bart lett, the attorney. The Governor is well known in Tonopah, as the popu lation is composed mostly of Neva dans, and since, his arrivals has been kept busy greeting his many friends. He visited the principal mines yes terday and says without hesitation, "the biggest thing ever discovered." He left for Carson on this morning's stage. The Governor says lie is a candidate for re-election. Inquiries for kxh1 milling claims are coming into the Tonopah Mining .Bureau from Eastern capitalists. For Sale. Al Cazlern ranch. Current creek. S8 to 40 tons choice alfalfa hay In small bails averattlDK I liounda. Pricelift.Oti per ton in ranch. apW Apply to WM. HAYKS. Ely. Nevada. Eureka is ahead of Tonopah, as it lias a locomobile. This camp can not boast of a horseless carriage, but it has a woman with a pneumatic tongue that travels as fast as a locomobile. Fishing at Klondike lake is excel lent these days. Tom Kendall and Billy Sinclair caught 328 last Sunday. The Bonanza force has been devour ing trout every day since their re turn. Zcb. Kendcll returned Thursday night from Salt Lake, where he has been for the past six weeks visiting relatives. ''Shorty" will clean up about $75,000 from his lease. Are we going to celebrate the glorious Fourth ? Something should be doing if the eagle is to scream in Tonopah on that day. The South End Addition, Crocker & Salsberry, agents, have 75 choice residence lots for sale. See them at once. t A few choice business and residence lots for sale. Inquire at the Tonopah Mining Bureau. Nicely furnished cottage for rent. Casey & Arden. t FOR SALE Lot on Main street, $1,000. Casey & Arden. t NEW TO-DAY. ... GRAND ... ENTERTAINMENT and BALL To be given by the residents of Tonopoh for the benefit of the Catholic Church Wednesday Even'g, May 14, .1902 ADMISSION FREE Gentlemen furnished with ribbons entitling them to dance at 50c each. Committee ok Arkanie.mknts The general public are cordially in vited to lend their assistance to make the affair a success. Floor Manager, Charles Grimes Floor Directors Joe Slenson, S. I'. Santos, Dan Fitz pu trick. James McCambridge, R. B. Pearlman, John Turner, T. L. Oddie, W. W. Booth, Chas.Slicwev, E. Hum mel, Dr. Hudgens, T. W. Kendall, Geo. Money, Jas. Healy, John Mc Sweenev. Doors open at 8:30. Come One, Come All. TONOPAH SODA WORKS Mil) Pl.AMENAK & Co.. PKOP8 MANI'FAC'1'IJKKHH UK K(X)T HEER. CHAMPAGNE CIDER. C'KEAM AND LEMON SODA. MUCH HEER. SARSAPARII.L A. GINGER ALE, .ORANUK CIDER, MINERAL WATER SODA WATER AND ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS. Summit Street, Tonopah, Nev. sCan II! H tn M ' rk& MRS. J. F. PERRY, Agent Fashionable Milliner and Dressmaker Main Street, Next Door to Butler Hall ... TONOPAH, NEV. NEW TO-DAY. Nevada Bakery! J. IN. DAVIDSON, Prop. Milk, Prench, tiyo and Clraham Hreati FRESH EVEKY MORNING LEAVE your order for HOSTON BAKED DEANS and UKUWN UKEAD every Suuduy moruiug. BAKERY; Mineral St., Tonopah Give us a trial. Ta Wlmm It Mav fnnfprn IV IT IIUIII 11 J'lWJ wvi.wv.u. j 4 LL perNous who can prove title fr.nn the i oriKlual locator ami owue a to the surrace ! riKhta of property now owned by this Company. ! which inound In uow beinir putt'utwt. will he Riven uew de'Hls lo mese Kunace riKius u,i me Touopiih MmiuK Company or Nevada afur a:d paleulH have been indued. All other persons uow oecupyitijr ground of property owned hy the Tonopah Mining Com pany of' Nevada are hereby notified that they lire illegally trespassing upon the property or said Company and are subject to ejectment w.thout further notice. Dated at Touopun May 5, WHS. THE TONOPAH MINIM! UIMI'ANV OK NEVADA Hy T. I.- Oddie, lis Attorney-in tact. Per Kred ,1. Slehert. Supt. and Eugineer. mylii When You Are Hungry And feel that you would like a fine meal go to the BARNll RESTAURANT, Charley Chung, Prop. Ataln Street, Tonopah. This house Is conducted on a plan that once, you become u patron you alwaya are one r.very article of food obtainable tu Uiu market is to i be found upon the table. ! Board by the Day, Week or Month. By the Month $35. j James Powrps In authorized to collect board ! bills he ban chanre, of my books. ! Wieland Beer! Best Beer on Earth HARRY KING, Agent, Tonopah, Nev. We havtt just hud const rui-tcd ihe tlnont , cold Ntorue huilttiuK in theStutt) of Nevada on Minrat street, Touopiih, iu which weMtore ttie famous VVlelmnl llttr both Hot tied ttixl in KeK We an; prepared io now supply all with thin dolifiitus beverage, TnU beer U alwayo freh and wood. ( 'all fur ft when you drink. Bids to Erect Guide Boards 'ILL be rerrived tiv the Iliuird of tViuuty l CommisHiotieri. of Nyet'iiuuty. Nevada. un to June -1. iwitf. for iheertH'llon of (Juiile ItoariU on Iheprlnelpal hllfhwiiVK Iu Nye niunty, to con Hrra with the followiuv HiUM-itleat inus : losts to tie of I'i'iliir eiiihl feet Ioiik anil set In the Krounil two feet: tro..stioari to he of yood pine, twenty Im-heH lonir. six tnrtie wide and one Inch thick, nailed clos'i lo the top of pint with three numlier 12 wire naIN in each hoard: iMuirdN painted with white lead, with Itlar!; let ters and index with distance of miles lo the place indicated. By order of the Hoard. AT'IKht: J. A. OHI.ANDKH. aplil Clerk of said Hoard. Spring Attractions.., LADIES: This week we want your attention given our display of Summer and Spring Waists in Gibson make, handsomely made of unbreakable Taf feta and i'eau de Soie Silks they are hummers. Our Washuhle Waists with all latest fashions combined in make in all deslralile tailors mot a lolister atiHinir Vmi in I, awn. New Zephyr Cloth, Pine Merceriz 'd Chambrv, Sea Island Zephyr and Percales Uon't overtook our Shirt-waist Suits, Crash and I. inen Skirts. Oress (iooos in Oiniilies, Lawns. Percales and Light Woven effects. NEXT WKKK-We will talk Suits. Furnlshlnifs anil Shoes to the Men. and Hhoes to the Ladies and Little Ones, In SpriUK Htyies now coining iu. RYAN & STENSON A pEBFECT Wcx Waller JCxitle, Suit he mucte to- yotu measure at moaerare cose Fit OoARAJtTEtp we. nave im exclusive aaenct in thia jcitt for the Perfection Ladies Tailoring Ca or Chicago. Theit Entile Spiing Line on Exhibition. WILLIAMS & TRABERT CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS- Job Work a Specialty Lumber, Doors. Windows, Mouldings and Shingles Y Aim to Keep a Stock on Hand. Drawing in All Parts of the Town. Lumber Vonl on Hi-van Avenue. R. T. ZASPEL DEALER IN Groceries, Vegetables, Grain, Beding, Shirts, Overalls, Hardware, Liquors and Tobacco. Between Main St. and Tonopah Mine. Opposite R. R. Depot. Nucleus Hotel, ! HAWTIIOKXi:, Nov. ' Oro W. Whiting, . . Proprietor ' AH patMetiirerM for Tiioopuh aud ixituts Miutli Ntifp ut Uiin hoini. Tiiif huiiv is Hrhl-fitiMt in every detail Tin twds r Uept i-lt'ttU itQu the lame in Huppheu with All the Delicacies of the Season. A wt It equipped bur in niu In conjunct. on with the hotel. NutlilliK Imt the HueM ut . Wines, Liquors, Cordials and Cigars Arc dispensed over the hur. An iuformutloD hurvuu ri'tfnniiUK Tonnpuh m-cupv un oftlrH in ; the buildiurf if you want (umlml treHtinetil : and (khI hervl- rstop at the Nm-leiiM llotnl ; when in Hawthorne Tonopah j i Stage $ MtiortuHt Mouta, Leaves SOOAVILLE on arrival ot (,' 4 (,' K H. train from Haw thorue every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday and Saturday morniuK at 9 o'clock. Carries i;. 8. mail, pas i sentrers and llirht frelKht. Arrive In Tonopah; same DiKht at v o'clock. i The proprietor of this well equipped stage line have spared no expense in the purchase of commodious coaches i and first-class stuck. Caroful Drlvura and I Qultk rvltw. Fare I'.acli Wuy $N OO. JOHN O'KKKFK. Pniprletor ' .). K. THOMAS H, ft. til'NTKH i WE SELL MEATS . . Our MeatH are the H-ht. If 5-011 are not NUtlhHed with the place you artj tradlnK at call on uh. Our tiutto is Tb Best " A pleased patron meaiiH a meady ensunier Stall fed heef u specialty. GUNTfiR & THOMAS Tnnopah's Leadlnx Hulchcr, MAIN STREET, TONOPAH. uiiimuiiuuiiiuiiiuuuuuiuuiuuuiije OUR TASTE OYSTERS La rye, fat and delicious; can ned for us especially, close by their nutive lieds, Chesapeake Hay. Md. They possess the flavor of oysters freshly opened from the shell; are never soft and mushy; do not emit the marshy, swampy odor of South ern oysters, and do nut turn dark in color soon after open HALL, LUHRS & CO., Wholesale Grocers Sacramento, . ( al. fTTTTTT1TfTiTTT1TTTTfiTTftTTT!TnrTTTTnTTTTTfTTT stop : the DRINK AT THE J; & Cosmopolitan tit Saloon Main Street, Belmont. R. F. Gilbert, Proprietor. Only tin' chiilwixt kckmIh are iIik.im-(I our the bur. When you drluk. drink at the, i'omiio polilnu 1)111' Hint In nerved Willi Hue Wines,gLiquorsggand Ciois. When In Ili'liiioiit Klvi) us .1 fill treaumeul extende J I" visitor. Ooui'teou Miners' Exchange Saloon. Lower Main Street, Tonopah, Nev. Davidovich & Plameuaz, Prop, Tin proprietors of thla establishment are well known In the public fur their courteous treat tiu'iit of patrons Hint vihiiituH. Tliu liur in stocked with the llue-st Liquors, Beer, Cordials and Cigars. 0 I" condui'tiuK till' Silver Star we will Stl'IVf lO hail'tle Kliod Itlttt Wt II tllt'et Willi thr approval ol all. All that we, ask Ik a share il tin' patronage. MDNIiWH IJXCtl.VNOU MAl.t. The proprietors Ih now prepared to furnish Theatrical Troupe, Dancluif Partlea and Political Cluba. Par terms Theatrical Mauai?ers will address tile proprieloi-a Carson Beer DO Mutle ti-oiii tin' Purest Water and Malt in the World. veryboiy drink it and Everybody wyxitta the best beverage B u't in with the pmceMKlon and ifmw fat hy drlukfntf thet'arMiu Hm-wiiik (Company (hit. It in the iml , tM-er nu I hH market tu-Uuv KNAPP & LIKE, lAssayers and Chemists. A'e would reMpertfuMy inform tlie miner und mine nperatont of IIiIh vielnlty and adioUnutr rviunlii'H that we are pn-pured to make ttotti and i-hftiilcal aHHiiys at any time. OreNHent Uy mail or expreH. with ln in rioted, t'arrfully anHayefl in dupllcatfH i fiold aud Silver I ti; Lead, tf..iit; Coper, NEekel and Coltalt. Iihii. OrritK: Mineral atrw-t. inopah. Sr.v Tonopah Meat Market ISAOORCBARA, MINERAL ST PROP. TONOPAH We Invite close Inspection of our nieata. Nnth Iuk hut prime bHif will be aold. duly Hie Itucst Beef, Pork, Veal and Sausage 1 I Alwavs kept in stix k. Meats sold 1 ! for cash onlv. No credit. Alonzo L. Hudgens, Dentist. Well Equipped Office on V Street, Tonopoh, Nevada AN OI'-I'IUIAI. MAM Ol' Tonopah Mining District, Including Ray Will he ready for delivery In three weekn. PartU'K dexIrlUK the work will xulmi-rllx' early at the Hunan. tifflce. Local waKon and rallnnnl cnnniH-itonH with hhippluK points. MiniUKillHtrlctM and KiirrininitlnitNei tletnenlN. All aurveyed and wmie nlmnrveyiid clalnia with the true henr Invof all the veins or the Mlzpah irronp, with the location of all the principal wnrka and naniewiif all the principal MinltiK (.'nnipiiules will lie Nhnwn. I'rlue n( I'oldlng Mhp .H Wall Map IO.x HtHlKKH ft niiAIII'MUIl. Knulneem. NOTICE. TIMIK Tnnnpnh Mlnlnit Cotnpanv of Ncvmla I will pav all IH tnonthn Inlen'at on the I'ri" ferred Slock of miiIiI company on or nlioiit M',v Int. All holderaof wame are reiniesteil to ieii'1 thelradiln'NN al once to the office of thecompimi, No. .IU ilullltt Itulldlnx, Phllailelphla. IVnn. JOHN V. ANDKKSON. ! I 'rea. Tonopah Mining l'n Tonopah. Nev., April -W. lwr.