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VOL II.
BUTLER, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 11)02.
NO. 1.
DR. EDWARD BOWES
IMi.YKiHiin Hint Surgeon
MAIN STRUCT
West of llr'sllvmi Hotel Tnnoimh. Nev.
GEO. A. BARTLETT,
Attorney anil CouiiMi'lor
OFFICIOS:
ToMll'AII. IVtera llullillnjr.
F.t'HKKA. Smith Klokard lliilldinir
EDWIN R. KEENE, M. D.
riivsiclaii ami Surgeon
TONOI'AH, NKVAOA
All cuJN, country np city, promptly answered
day or ntfht.
DR. H. W. CHITTENDEN,
Physician uul Surgeon
fulls mmwcrml promptly Id cttv or county day
.it instil, i rnu-i' oipoitH H()nan.a omen
KEY PITTMAN
Attorney at I,hw
IIITI.KH lll'Il.DINl! . . TONOPAH
KENNETH JACKSON,
Attorney nnd
Counsellor at Law
M il !.t Minlilintr
Tonopiih, Nevada.
W. P. BALLANCE, M. D.
( UntfUlHr, lf?:t;
I h i v I a ii and Stir", ' on.
i il IKK:- Muln HI root- Turner Hulldmp
( hIK attended day ornlL'lil. Imly utul It 'pally
t'1 'n 1st I'l'til r'rlilii-ttiH Nevada Hlule Hoard Med
u-, (-.xutnilMfr.
L. R ELLIS, M. D
J ' Ji s I r I a ii and S urg on.
TON'OPAH. NKVAUA.
' H-Flf ' N-xI door to HrodlKtti.'x Hotel.!
':tlio liitfht utul iluv Mt tended Ui.
J. A. OHLANDER,
County Clerk and Clerk of the ,Iu
ilieial Distiiiil Court of Nevada, in
and fur Nye County,
.vniilavlln und Ai'kuow I, laments In hen Of.
lice: Court Imuse. Ileluiout
SIDNEY B. WOOD,
Attorney af Law.
WIN pnwtlcr In all Sfate and federal e-oitrtK
Ailtlri Ni 'riiuipiil) Nevada.
R. L. JOHNS,
Lawyer
Kifti-H yi'itrs en p'TlciirH tn tin KliiUi am!
K tl.-rtii O.urth MinltiR I.uw h spui-lutiy.
'li)Nll'AH, Nkvaha,
WALTER C GAYHART,
Attorney at Law,
W til pritftli-p to till Htiiif nnd Kiilcrtil OmrtM.
,ltf ifsh: TinmpHlior Atiittn. Nt-vHitu
W. BROUGHER, j
ICiM'nrtlrr antt Kx-ollirn Ainlitorol'
r mnt, Neutla. S
isirmt of til 1 pun-fully prrpiitvtl, Acknow- '
N-tlu-niciiiN tukt'M. I
Vl.1r.-Ks: It tinntil, N.'Vinlii.
P. M. BOWLER, Jr.
Attorney at l-av.
Will pradirff in ull 5d'c anrt fVtlfiftl (VmrtH.
.A.lilri.ss; HuwdioniM. NWiuht
CLAY PETERS,
.lusllre ol'llit' I'eaee.
AcknowN'ttttniciitH inkfo.
ntl-o; 'I'tnnijiuli, Nt'VHtla.
T. L. ODDIE,
f OlSTMICT ATTODMCV Of XVI COUNIvl
Attorney at lav and Notary
Puhllc.
Will pratMli'c II) nil State antl Knderul I'ourtH.
A.ldri'ss: ToMMiah or Hdmonl.
H. C. CUTTING,
Atloriiov at lw nnd Notarv
I'nblU.
W ill pracilc' In all State and Kt'derul t.mriM.
Adtlro-4K; Tonopah. Nnvailn.
THOMAS W. LOGAN,
Nlicrlil" il ii I Assessor of Nye
Count v, NevHila.
I mien: tlelmonl. Nevada.
K , IIHAIirtiKli
J. U. IHM.KKU
BOOKER & BRADFORD,
CIVIL. lilNtlllNKIiRS
t' H. Mfnnrnt Surveyers, MlulliK surveys for
Pntetit,i nelalty. Three eonieteut elvll
eni-'lneen ooimtantlr emploveil iu thenttloe
Offliv Kdaanls i t lilllug Htoru.
EDWARDS
. . . )i:ali:ks in . . .
Hardware and Groceries
A Full and Completo Lim of Staple and Fancy
Oroceries, Hams, Huron, Lard, KU Our Hard
ware comprint one of tlie most complete Stocks
iu tliu Stato. For
TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Also Paints, Oils and Painter's Supplied
Tli Most Complete Kuiped Tinsliop in the Slate
Connected with the HusinesM. Work (JuarantewJ ,
Prices KrusonaUe. Stoves, Haiiffes, Pipe, Ele.,
are kept constantly in Stock. Let us fitfurtj
on your Mining Supplies.
AGENTS FOR GIANT POWDER COMPANY AND
ACETYLINE GAS GENEBATOBS.
Buy Your Magazines and Stationery at the Bonanza News Stand
CROCKER & SALSBERRY
Lumber of
liuildin Material kojit
Contractors and Builders
Special Orders Filled Without Delay.
REAL ESTATE, BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS.
Lumber yard, one block west Postoll'iee.
'OOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXX
ij
AT-IFPM THE LEADING GENERAL
iilEIVlN t MERCHANDISE STORE IN TONOPAH
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS '
Our tlriHTt'ry Hiid ProviKion Dfparttncnt fx Rlwuyx kept Ktotkfd with tfootls of the trot
kind, and m iht- lunent poNsible prict n. (Quality N our wutebwurd.
GLASSWARE AND CROCKERY
V'' have on hajnl at nil tiim-h a larnc and wt-ll selected tttock of all kinds of rockery
am) (iiawviarr, vary inn tn prlctt to Milt the tantP of the purelmwr. A )are line of lamp.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
Imvr on our'whelvps iIip lartjrKt ntid moNt coroplfi wtoi'k of up to-duto Ir' (miimIs,
r OtMidn and Notions, bought fnnu tht1 ltadliifr mills of the vnni.
STOVES AND HARDWARE
In tht line w curry au Irr.iiifliHC Mtm'lt nf protmtJly lurtfer tbuti any other
Htuii'ar tiHtilffhnnnt in the Suite.
Main Street, Tonopah, Nevada.
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TONOPAH
BAZAAR.. .
T. E. Edwards Main Street
S
I Proprietor. Opp. Turner'.
DI ALE" IN
I Galley NialliHiery, I'erlHlleHla and Nchh-
I iHiera.
Cigars and Tobacco,
j FRESH FKUIT and VEGETABLES
I Kresh Pish and Kasteni Oysters every
Thursday Wln-n In need of UhylhihKlu my
line ylve me a call
! TINSHOP.
Si'Ari.iHNii IlKtiM., I'mps.
Hninlicr Avmuc, Totioi ah, Nev.
Plumblntf and Sheet-Iron work a specialty.
Siove ami Air-pipe made to order any Nize.
New and Seeotid-huud Stoves For Sale. Slnvew
put up.
AGENTS FOR
California Powder Co.
John Brcuner, Sac.
Baker & Hamilton's
Celebrated Bain
Wagons and Buggies
& CUTTING
AGENTS TONOPAH LIMBER COMPANY
all kinds
coiiKtantly on hand.
Mizpah
SaIoon
Cr iVtnli-v and Hroutfliier
Av., TONOPAH.
IIliorGHKK JSKOS., Troi-s.
i Thin larKe, new and eonimotlioun resort ban
I Jtist Ix't'H oened lo the public wintry ut ull
! timeHniay tn1 found Hut
1 Choicest of
Vr ! n ee,
unci Cltfarj
i Ice G)ld Beer on Draught.
The "Mizpah" will Ih-found a quint place to
Idle away an hour. All the leading periodical
are ou ttit readlhtf lanlett ut this house. A
"Kentle tltrer" van always in; ft mud la the club
room. (lve uk a call.
Tonopah
LOTHROP & DAVIS,
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
We Handle Powder, Flour, Nails, Sugar, Shoes and Most Merchandise by Carload, and Can
Supply You Cheaper than Anybody. Outfitting Prospectors a Specialty.
SODAVILLE AND TONOPAH .
Del'enilantH I)ishartrel.
The ease of the Stale of Nevada
against the Whites was on trial lie
fore Justice Peters on Tuesday und
W ednesday of this week. The evi
dence against the Whites was largely
cireumstantiul. Lewis Horcherdiiij;.
the witness who was relied uion to
furnish material evidence in the case,
after beiuj; seen in company with the
Whiles, had a serious lapse of mom-
iory and denied making statements
! that other witnesses testified he had
I made to them concerning his knowl-
edjje of the Whites absconding with
the .Mormon Jioy s horses, i'er
jury was eotmnitted by sometxxly,
and there is a pretty unanimous
opinion as to who committed it. The
Whites made no statement as to how
they got nut of the country, and on
motion of the prosecuting attorney
Justice Peters discharged the defen
dants for luck of evidence.
Meanwhile the divers and sundry
debts of the White brothers remain
unpaid. Mr. Van Newman secured
judgment against them on a note for
1 OS and costs, but no property was
found. Their other creditors, who
were bilked into helping them when
they first started into business, have
concluded to pocket their losses.
The best thing that can be said
about the Whites is that they are
leaving the State it is to hoped for
good.
Improving the l$;iller Hunch.
Frank Kopp pulled out this week
from Eureka with ten animals and
two wagons loaded witli lumber, pro
visions and furniture for Jim liutler's
ranch in Monitor valley, Nye county.
We understand it is Mr. Iiutler's
intention to make extensive improve
ments on his Nye county ranch, and
another large consignment of mate
rial for constructing the new build
ings is expected to arrive here
shortly. Eureka Sentinel.
It is reported that Lucky Baldwin
is heading a syndicate that will sup
ply Tiiuopah with water.
John Humphrey, foreman of T. L.
i Oddie's Pine Creek ranch, w as in
town this week.
Smoke "IJut'leCall" Cigars. Union
i made. Sold by all dealers.
List your mining claims with Cut-
ting A Fornian.
j Mines with good values for sale by j
i Cut ting A Formal!. i
: Go to Booth's Candy Kitchen for i
I fresh candies.
CHLORIDES
RESTAURANT
In Chloride
Saloon Building.
MAIN STREET, TONOPAH.
Munsy & Kenedy
Hetr toeall uble atlentinti tn the fact thatl
f Ihey eomluel the only MUST CC.ASS Res f
Atnurant in town Private rooms for l.adlett A
und 1-amllies Meals cooked to onler. f
a KeHulnr Dinner everv dav at 4:Stt A
f Al I. KISII AMI I.A1IK IN SKASOf
Chicken or Turkey Dinner Sundays.
ONLY WHITK l.AHOH KMI'LOYKl).
CHLORIDE j
Shaving. Haircutting
and Hairdressing.
Three ehaira ntndueled hy eounetent
3 and skillful workTiieu. Implements and
3 appurteniiliees rlrt-elas.s. Cleun tow ids
3 for every customer.
J C. A. GULER, Prop.
t'hloi-fde UutldluK- MAIN sriiKicr.
ifnnnnnnTmTTTTfrTTTfTmTTnmmTmmiis
Store
Proprleforn
J. R. DUFFIELD,
Notary public.
orrirr Hhti.kh Hi'immw;. T'noiah. Nrv.
J. K. CHAMBERS
Attorney-at-Law
Will Practieti In All Statu and Inderal f'ourm
Addrt'Mt: Touopab
SIMONS & CURTIS
.. Assayers ..
Upper South Main St. Tonopnb
TONOPAH LODGES.
K. OF P.
MIZPAH r.OtXm No tn, K. of P. niei'ts every
Monday eveuinK at 7.a o'clock in PyrhiHii
Hull, IJutler HnilitiiiK. All Bojouruintf Kuitfho,
are cordially invited to attend. Hy order of the
Chancellor Commander.
, KANTKKS.
K. ii. S.
W. J. SINf'LAIK.
I. O. O. F.
HKLMONT LOnOE. No. Si, I. (). O. P.. min lfc
every Wednesday eveiiinif, at 7:.'l o'cloek,
p. in., at Hntler Hull. All viNiimir Bnthern it,
giMtd Htuudiutf are etirdiulty invited to attend.
K. K. IIHOTHKRTON, J. W. POWER,
S.-eretar.v. Nohle tirund.
A. O. U. W.
TONOPAH LOIXiK No. 7. A. (). t W. liieeu
every Thursday evening in Hiltier Hall;
V tailing brethren are cordially Invited to attend
J. A. DEVOK. w. Y. OAI.K,
Keeorder Muater Workman
LABOR UNION
IONOPAH LAHOK ONION MFKTH KVKHY
Saturday ttVfuiuK. nt 7:3li p m Alltuvui
bt-nt tn kikkI MtandiiiH lurltud to itend.
W M. 8 AWL K, CHAS. KKNZIK.
irt8ld!nt. Sotrruiary.
H. M. Gohham, Prealdenl,
ItNUMHIi Kihhak. Ytue Pmaldnnt.
W. J. Hahkis. Cashier.
-AUEIMCV OP THii
Bullion and Exchange
BANK
ICAKSON C1TV, NEVADA.)
TONOPAH, NEVADA.
f'anll C'.pltHl - VtOO.IHIO IHI
SurploK - lo.llin HI
lrNwlla .'l:ltl.i:i (il
DIRW TORS.
O. K Maek I! F. F.dv,arta Alfred Chart.
H. M tirhani, Kiehard Kirnian, J. il. OvarUtn
J. P. Woodbury,
fleneral Hankirn; tlusfnesa Transneted Kx
chatiKe houifht and Hold on all parts of the
world. MiuiuK atoeks uouKht and sold. Cor
reti)loude.uee sollcittnt.
BANKING HOfKS:
o a. ni. to p. m.. I p. m. to .1 p m ,1 p. ni to
7 p. m. HANK CI.OSKD ON Hf'NDAY.
J. It. AI.I.ES
W. H. BKHTHAMt
The "Coeur d'Alene
OriHiaiTR BrTi.KKA O'Hhikx'h
I.IVKKV KTAHI.K.
IIK.KTHAMI Al l KN.
I'mprleUtra.
I OWEH MAIN STREET.
TONOPAH, NEV
Choicest Imported '
and DomcHtic . . .
Wines, Liquors
All the Latest Fancy
and Mixed Drinkn.
A FIRST CLASS KKSTAl'HANT i run in
(H)ujunetinti with th) Uciuhu. under the miper
riniou of Hertmndi Alltm. Meala nerved at uli
llOUTK.
Cosy Club Rooms.
Private Entrance.
"Tonopah
Club"
A Cosy
Retort.
Thomas Kendall Prop. ,
TONOPAH, Nev.
The Iwst of everything In Ihe way of liquid ff
freKhnieiitM enn In found at HiIn popular sxn-i-UiK
Iioumj. iuly ilrnt-iiaw artieleH of
Llquurt,
W'lneM
and dfctri
lNis Cool L.ajr Beer,
"The Tonph" 1 n up-t d:it xal'inn ii.
evry r )xe(. ant tablet for loverw of whiM.
solo and other itameK.
A iren ll' TIOHk In ctuh nom.
A nhan of the piihlle paironn?e t wdlcin-d
t'uurtuous trvtttmmt extended to viHltora

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