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VOL. II.
BUTLER, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1U02.
NO.
DR. EDWARD BOWES
Pli.vxlclan uidI Surgeon
MAIN STRKKT
West "f HrodlKan Hotel Tonopati. Nev.
GEO. A. BARTLETT,
Attorney and Coiiust-lor
OKKU'ES:
TONOPAH. Voters HulMlnif.
KI'HKKA. Smiili -lllrkunl Hulldlni.
EDWIN R. KEENE, M. D.
I'li.VNii'iiui unil Surgeon
TONOPAH, NKVAUA
All call, country or Pity, promptly answered
ilnv or nit'lit.
KEY PITTMAN
Attorney ut Law
III Tl. Kit IICILIIINO . . TONOPAH
KENNETH M. JACKSON S CAMPBELL,
WtTSON S CAMPBELL
Attorneys anil
CiiuiiM-llort) at Law
Hutli-r Huililluir, Crocker Hiilldlnii,
'IQnnpah, Nevada. Sun Francisco.
W. P. BALLANCE, M. D.
( K"Kulur, IH7.f
r It w I v I u ii and M u rco n.
t )I'M''!('K:- Main Htrwet Turner Hulidiiiff
fail hi K'Hiinl liny nrttti'M. luly uud irvalJy
(.kIhU'i-hI CTllIlcmt Nevada State Board Md
L. R. ELLIS, M. D.
I h y I c I a ii and SHrgi-on.
TUNOPAH. NKVA1IA.
i FFI 'F : N.-t door in llrod Iran's Hotel.
'ill UlWl.l Ulid liar aHi-luled to.
J. A. OHLANDER,
('.unity Clerk anil Clerk of the Ju- j
ilii-ial District Court of Nevada, in '
nnil for Nye County. j
Altldavlta in i . I Arkuo It ilk'lii' Mln taken. Of-I
'I ' .m t ti.tu.-.-. Ifc-li.iiiut. j
J. K. CHAMBERS I
Attoini-y-at-Law j
III 1'ructlcc In All State am) Federal Courts I
Address: Tono-'i (
R.
L. JOHNS,
Lawyer
EiflifN yi'rtt exporh'm'M in tlif Stuto and
KfdtTHl Court. MinlfiK l.uw a ttixciUy.
TuNi'l'AH, NhVAhA
WALTER C GAYHART,
AKorney at Law.
Will uriiclieo In nil Slate anil f'ederal UiurK.
A.l.lrei.h: 'I'linmiah or Aiiilln. Nevada.
W. BROUGHER,
Krconlrr hikI I'A-oMlro Auditor ot
No County, Noao!a
Atwtract of title I'tuvfulty )fi-pariHt, Acknnw-
Ifiiftin'ii1 tiikct)
ViIiIp-sh: (IftniitQi, Nvh1h.
P. M. BOWLER, Jr.
Attorney at Law.
Will practiff In all Suite ami Federal (Vmrtf.
AiltlreHt: Hawl hiiriiH. Nrvuilu
CLAY PETERS,
lustier of tli IVacr.
AfViKivvli'drniontN takt-n.
nrtirn: TnnoiHli, Nt-vailu.
T. L. ODDIE,
foiBTHICT ITTD.HIT O. MVI COUN1.1
Attorney at
Law anil
ublle.
Notary
Will iiraellee In all Slate and Federal (lurla.
A.tdri-NK; Tonopali or lleltnont.
H. C. CUTTING,
Attorney at Law ami Notary
Public.
Will praeliee In all State anil Federal Omirla.
AdilniNN; Toiiopuh, Nevada.
THOMAS W. LOGAN,
Slierlll' and AsseNsor Nye
County, Nevaila.
I'm Iloliiiont. Nevada.
M. K, HHAOrOHII J. G. 8IHIKKH
BOOKER & BRADFORD,
tl. K. Mineral Hurvever, Mlnliifr mirvey for
patent a niwi-lalty. Thrw onmpetent ' civil
eiiKtliflepH nonrtlaully employed In thenfflcn-
OllloM KdwanlK A CuttlnK Stunt.
J. R. DUFFIELD, j
Notary Public. j
(irrn r, Mr ri.itit Hi ilium;, Thn.ipah, Nkv. I
EDWARDS
. . . DBALURS IN . . .
Hardware and Groceries
A Full and Complete Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Hams, Huron, Lard, Etc. Our Hard
ware comprises one of the most complete Stocks
in tlie State. For
TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Also Paints, Oils and Painter's Supplies
The Most Complete Kipiiped Tin-hop in the State
Connected with the liiisiness. Wink Guaranteed
Trices Reasonable. Stoves, Kanoos, Pipe, Etc.,
are kept, constantly in Stock. Let us figure
on your Mining Supplies.
AGENTS FOR GIANT POWDER COMPANY AND
ACEIYLINE GAS GENEKATOBS.
Buy Your Magazines and Stationery at the Bonanza News Stand
Summer Suits
You can see the Latest Men's
New Summer Suitings at our
Store. Every Detail of Fashion,
Quality and 1'rice, has lieen cared
for. Every Suit we sell, sells sev
eral other.-:, that's why so many of
our Suits are worn around town.
Suits to Order
Don't delay, just come in at once
and let us take your dimensions,
select from one thousand samples
before you. and we will give you a
suit that, will make you look swell
on the Fourth.
RYAN &
k?
k iJ e
I
MRS. J. F. PERRY, Agent
Fashionable Milliner and Dressmaker
Main Street, Next Door to Butler Hall ... TONOPAH, NEV
MORROW & HUSSEY,
THE GENTS' FURMSIIERS
Central Main Street.
We Make a Specialty of Every Article You Buy
Handling the Highest-Grade In Our Store from a Shoc
GooJs the World Mik.es. lace to a Suit is Guaranteed.
Terms Cush. Motto, Spuare Dealing, One Price to All.
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!!
WITH A IN UP-TO-DATI3 STOCK OP
Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hnts, Caps, Roots and Shoes,
California Blankets, Quilts, Trunks, Valises, Etc.
Also In addition to all A MUST -CLASS TAll.OUINU OKl'.v liTMKNT. Suits Will be Made
Hen-. Workmanship and t'lltiuil lluaranleed. IMeaniUK and Hepulrlliir Nt-atlv Done at
Keiwinalile 1'rieeM.
EXCLDKIVi: CL0THIRR8 p OADVC St tTi
A.ND MLRCHANT TAILORS 1V1IVJ.0 OC KJ.
AGENTS FOR
California Powder Co.
John Breuner, Sac.
Baker Hamilton's
Celebrated Bain
Wagons and Buggies
& CUTTING
Crash Suits
For men, in all sizes. The de
mand has been so great, that we
aredaily receiving 'em by Express.
Ask to see our Negligee and Golf
Shirts, lliey are swell, from Stic to
t:i .'ill each, Underwear from $1,110
per suit, in light liulhriggan to
$.".)0 in Silk and Wool mixed.
We have everything and
anything in Straw and
Crash Hats.
STENSON.
AFEBFECTPIcr
SZtltcf J'Xxide, Suit
an be ttiuxle sr ycw measure
! at moderate cost
Fit Guaranteed
i m I t
etc nai-c ine exclusive
aaenci in this citu for tie
Perfection Ladie Tailoring Co.
of Chkagcv
Thcit Entiie Spiing Line on Exhibition.
Suits Made to Order
And We FIT Yov.
Tonopah Store
I.OTHROI ft DAVIS, Proprietors
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
We Handle Powder, Flour, Nails, Sugar, Shoes and Most Merchandise by Carloads, and Can
Supply You Cheaper than Anybody. Outfitting Prospectors a Specialty.
SODAVILLE AND TONOPAH
An I gly Rumor.
A rumor is ufloat in Yerington,
and comes from a seemingly authen
tic source, thut L. F. Pattison, who
eloped with Daisy Wilson last winter
and married her in Dayton, has come
to grief in the southern country. Mr,
Pattison and wife left here lat Feb
ruary for Randsburg, Cal., and it
seems that a month or two ago a
couple of other women landed in that
camp and both claimed Pattison for
a husband. The report is that they
substantiated their claims, had Pat
tison arrested, proved that he com
mitted bigamy when he married Miss
Wilson, and that he is now serving
an eight-year sentence in the pen
itentiary. It is to be hoped for the
sake of Miss Wilson and her parents
and relatives thut there is no truth
in the report, although it is more
than likely there is. Miss Wilson is
i an estimable young woman, and if she
has been imposed upon by a scoun
drel she is to be pitied rather than
blamed. Times.
! Struck With an Ave.
I There was serious trouble in La
i moille valley Thursday night between
.one of the- Streeter boys and Joe
; Haywaid. From what we have been
! able to gather, it appear that llay
j ward was at the ranch of either
! Randolph or Oscar Streeter when u
'quarrel arose. Hayward had been
cutting wood, but hud laid the axe
down, when Streeter picked it up
and struck him over the head with
it. Hay ward's right eye was knocked
out and laid upon his cheek. His
, injuries are said to be very serious.
Independent.
Charles Campbell, a Iteno sheep
man, was stabbed several times dur
ing a saloon tow at Sierraville, Cal.,
a few days ago.
Inquiries for good mining claims
are coming into the Tonopah Mining
Hureau from Eastern capitalists.
Smoke "Ilutrle Call" Cigars. Union
made. Sold by all dealers.
Go to liooth's Candy Kitchen for
fresh candies.
CHLORipB
RESTAURANT
In Chloride
Saloon Building.
MAIN STREET, TONOPAH.
Money & Grote
anew to eall pulile attention to the fuel thai 1
f Ihev eondiiet 1I111 only MKST:.ASS Kiw-f
Alnilrimt in town, t'rlvate rooms for Ladies a
f and Families Meals txioked to onler. f
A Itetrilttir llinni'r everv dav at 1:80 A
FA I.I. HSII AM) liASlk IN SKASO.vf
Chicken or Turkey Dinner Sundays.
ONLY WH1TK LAUGH EMI'LOYKD.
1 CHLORIDE I
I BARBER SHOP I
3 Shaving, Haircutttng fe
3 and Hairdressing. e
4 Three chairs oondueled hv enmt.t..tit C
j ami skillful workmen. Iniplenieuts and
uppurteuanees tlrst-elasn. Clean towels
j fur every customer.
3 C. A. OULEK, Prop.
3 Chloride HulldlnK. MAIN hthkkt.
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TONOPAH LODGES.
K. OF P.
M1ZPAII LOIXJK. Nu .'.. K. of P. MHnrrt
Monday evenlnit at T.m o'clock In Pi lliiari
Hall. HiitliT Hulldlnii. All sojouruiiw KnlirhiH
urn cordially invited 10 utteud. Hj order of the
Chancellor Commander.
A. P. KANTKRH, W. J. SINCLAIR.
K. H. S. c. r.
I. O. O. F.
BKLMONT LOIXJK, No. U4, I. O. O. F.. rowts
every WiHiiH'wUy wvmilutr, at 1-.m nVlock,
p m., at Butler Hull. All vlHfi.nn H rot hers in
Kod fUuii'liuK are cordially iimuwl to attmul.
F. H. HKOTHERTON, J. W- POWER,
Secretary. Nmi- (mud.
A. O. U. W.
ItONOPAH LOIKiK No. 7. A. O. IT. W. nimn ,
every Thursday evenlnir in Butler Hall.
Visitintf brethren aro cordially invited u attend
J. A. DEVOK, W. Y. OA1.K,
Kecorder Master Workman
LABOR UNION
T10NOPAH LABOR UNION MEKTS RVKKY
8aturduy event uk. at ?:8ii p m All m urn
bera in Kood standiug invited to attend.
W. M. SAWLK. CIIAS. KKNZfK.
President. Hecratary
CATHOLIC CHURCH
riORNMR of St. Patrick and Everett atrHet.
t Masht Sundays. 10 a. m : Wwk daya, 7 a ui.
Sunday at-bool, 2 p. m. Kveuin wrvicen, 8 p. m.
JAH, M. Bt'TLKR, Kertor
H. M. Ookham, President.
RlCHAHD KltiMN. Vice PrewideDt.
W. J. Haukih, Casti lor.
AGENCY OR TUB
Bullion and Exchange
BANK
(OAKHON CITV, NKVA1JA.)
TONOPAH, NEVADA.
Cah Tapllal . loo. OHO on
Siirplim . IO.I1K) ill
Uenoalla - SU,I39 0I
DIRKITOtlS.
C. E. Mack H b Kdwanla Alfred Chartx.
H. M. liorUatn, Kic Hard Kirman, J. H. Overton
J. I. Woodbury.
General llanklnir business Transacted. Kx
ehantfe ItoUkrht and Hold on ail partK of the
world MinijiK Kiucks bought and Hold. Cor
respondeuee solicited.
BANKING HOPHS:
9 a. in. to I-. p. ni., I p. m. to .H p m ,f n. m to
7 p. in. HANK OI.OKEO ON SUNDAY.
J. II. Al.l.KN
W. II. IlKHTKAMI
The "Coeur d'Alene
Ol'POSlTK IllTTI.KIt& O'HHIK.N'H
LfVKKV STAHI.K.
ItKltTKANO Al.l.KN,
1'roprleliim.
I.OWEK MAIN STREET,
TONOPAH, NEV
Choicest Imported
and Domestic ...
Wines, Liquors
All the Latest Fancy
and Mixed Drinks.
A FIRST-CLASS KKSTAURANT Is run in
conjunction with the house, under the super
vision of llertruud & Alien. Mi-ula served at all
hours.
Cosy Club Rooms. Private Entrance.
" Tonopah LCo0rty
Club"
Thomas Kendall Prop. ,
TONOPAH, Nev.
The tH-it of evervthlnii In th- way of liquid n -frvshmnntMri.il
lw found ut thin popular Kpon
Intf buum.. Ou!y tlnit-ulaw artlck-s nf
Liquors,
V"lnej
and Cljar
INI we Cool Lnjjer lieer.
"The Tnintpah" ft au u,vto-datn ulnim tti
every r-.jel 'i. tablt'W for lovtr of wtilsl,
solo and other (fame.
A Kentle TIOtR In club room
A Kham of the publU patrnnaire 1h anllcitett.
i 'ourtMonH matment !Tttunled mi visitors
SIMONS fr CURTIS
.. Assayers ..
Upper South Main St. Tonopah
CHAS. FAWN,
LAUNDRY,- FINE IRONING
Upper Mineral Street,
Hark of iWoe's Iodiriii(r Hiiih.
All work ujMtvdato. Prli'fH tfascnuliltt Jim
and Cold UutltK uoniKH-tml with lliih plaef!, Th
l-Ht in th.'ritv. HutliTl.()ii.

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