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VOL II.
BUTLER, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902.
NO. 8.
CUTTING & FORMAN
HtorkM, Mine and Real Kttate
Members Tonopnh Mining Exchange and Phil
adelphia Uuurae
Office: TONOPAH. NEVADA
DR. EDWARD BOWES
Physician unci Surgeon
MAIN STREET
Went of llrodlitan Hotel Tonopah, Nev.
GEO. A. BARTLETT,
Attorney and Counselor
OFFICKH:
TONOPAH. Potrrn Hulldln.
KITKKKA. Srullh Rlckard Hullrtlna-.
KEY PITTMAN
Attorney ut Imw
lUITI.KH WILDING . . TONOPAH
KENNETH M. JACKSON S CAMPBELL,
METSON & CAMPBELL
Attorney anil
Counsellor at Law
Hutler liulldlDV,
Torioiuh, Nevada.
Crookor Rulldlng,
Sun FrunelHoo.
W. P. BALLANCE, M. D.
(Itegular, IH7S)
IMi y m I o I a ii a n U Surgeon.
OFFICE: M.ln Htrwt Turner Hulldtng.
Calls uttt-ml.'d day ornirht. Ihily unit legally
rHulstertit cnrtltleaia Nevada State iiuard Mud
lt'Hl Examiners.
L. R. ELLIS, M. D.
Physician and M u r g e o n .
TONOPAH, NEVADA.
OFFICIO : Neit lir to llrodlgan'a Hole).
(TaIIh niuht aurt ilav ai tended to.
J. A. OHLANDER,
County Clerk and Clerk of the Ju
dicial District Court of Nevailu. in
and for Nyo County.
AltldavllH atid Afknowlcdgnienla taken. Of
fice: Court houe, Uelmout.
J. K. CHAMBERS
Attornej-at-Law
Will Praotlce In All State and Federal Courta
Address: Tonnpab
R. L. JOHNS,
Lawyer
Fifteen year experttnoe In the Rtate and
Federal Courts. Mini tin Law a specialty.
Tonopah, Nkvaua.
WALTER C GAYHART,
Attorney at Ijw.
Will pradtre in nil Biate and Federal Court.
Adilri'rtM: Tonopnh or AuMln, Nevada
W. BROUGHER,
ttwonlor ami liX-oH.ro Aiiilitoro.'
Nye County, Nevada.
A but raft of title carefully prepared, A a know -Itiltniicni.
takt'O.
Atlitn-. llHmont, Nevada.
P.M. BOWLER, Jr.
Attorney at Law.
Will practice tn all Slate and Federal Courta,
AddreMH: Hawthormv Nevada.
CLAY PETERS,
.lusth'O ol' the lVace.
Acknowledgments taken,
Otnce; Toimpah, Nevada.
T.L.ODDIE,
N,,.,.,., ...., 1
Attorney at Law and Notary
IMit.lle. ,
Will practice In all State and Federal Courta.
AUdreMMi 'IVuopah or llelluoul.
H. C CUTTING,
Attorney at Law anil Notary
l'ublle.
Will practice In all State and Federal Courta.
Addrew; Tonopuh. Nevada.
THOMAS W. LOGAN,
Sheriff ami Assessor of Nye
County Nevada.
Office; Belmont, Nevada.
M. K, BKADroitD
I. U. BOOKKK
BOOKER & BRADFORD,
CIVIL. ENGINEERS
U. 8. Mineral Survoyer. Mining survey" for
patents a specialty. Three competent etvll
engineers count an tly employed in (lie offloe
Oifloe Edwards A Cutrtog Store
J. R. DUFFIELD,
. Notary l'uhlle.
Ornoa Huti.ib Buildiko, Tonopah, N
EDWARDS
. . . DEALERS IN . . .
Hardware and Groceries
A Full and Complete Line, of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Hams, Bacon, Lard, Etc. Our Hard
ware comprises one of the most complete Stocks
in the State. For '
TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Also Faints, Oils and Painter's Supplies
The Most Complete Equiped Tinshop in the Stale
Connected with the Business. Work Guaranteed
Prices Reasonable. Stoves, Ranges, Pipe, Etc.,
are kept constantly in Stock. Let us figure
on your Mining Supplies.
AGENTS FOB GIANT POWDEB COMPANr AND
ACETYLINE GAS GENERATORS.
Summer Shoes
Fop the Men
"The best on earth is a Hannan shoe."
So they all say. When you want anything
that is stylish or reliable in working or
dress shoes, eome to us.
Ladies' and Children's Shoes
If you want flimsy or ginger bread style
of shoes, please pass us by. But if you
want stylish, reliable footwear that will
make your tired feet come to the command
''at ease," call on us and we will fill the bill.
MOTHERS Don't forget to get the
best for the lenst money; that is what you
get when you buy your children's shoes of us
Ryan & Stenson
jCan
9 rt
V V.e
Miawtit ..,st. -.7r:
MRS. J. F. PERRY, AGENT
Fashionable Milliner
Main Street, Next Door to Butler Hall
MORROW Sc HUSSEY,
THE GENTS' FURNISHERS
Central Main Street.
We Mike Specialty of Every Article
Handling the Highest-Grade I In Our Store from a Shoe
GooJi the World Makes. lace to a Suit is Guaranteed.
Terms Cash. Motto, Spuare Dealing, One Price to All.
NEW GOODS!!
WITH AN UP-TO-DATE STOCK OP
Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes,
California Blankets, Quilts, Trunks, Valises, Etc.
AIo In nddltlnn to nil A FIRST-CLASS TAILORING DKl'ARTMKNT. SultWIU be Made
Here. WitrkmiuiNhip utiu FlttluK UuaruDtcutl. clounltig uud Ut-pulrluK Neatly Done at
Reasonable f'rlct-H.
EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS
AND MERCHANT TAILORS
Bay Yonr Magazines and Salitonery at the Bonanza News Stand
AGENTS FOR
California Powder Co.
John Breuncr, Sac
Baker S Hamilton's
Celebrated Bain
Wagons and Buggies
& CUTTING
aPERfEctp,CTl,
Sjullor J$tjatle Suit
be made to- youi measure
sssijrv Mtit
I IT UllAnANTEED
I
ue nave me eAiiuoivo'
ave.tct in (his situ for the
Perfection LadiejT Tailoring Co.
of Chkaoov
JThck Entite Spting Line on Exhibition.
and Dressmaker
TONOPAH, NEV.
You Buy
Suits Made to Order
And We FIT You.
NEW PRICES!!!
E. MARKS & CO.
Tonopah Store
LOTHROP & DAVIS, Proprietors
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
We Handle Powder, Flour, Ntik, Sugar, Shoea and Most Merchandise by Carloada, and Can
Supply You Cheaper than Anybody. Outfitting Prospector! a Specialty.
SODAVILLE AND TONOPAH
Great Science.
Nicola Tesla believes there is
enough power going to waste in the
air to run all the factories, the rail
road and steamship and other trans
portation lines in the world. More
over, Mr. Tesla declares he has found
a method of utilizing this power and
of transmitting it without wires to
any one who desires it. The inventor
says he will soon be able to run rail
road trains at a rate of 100 miles an
hour without half trying, and he
hopes to cut down the time between
New Yerk and Liverpool to about
three days. He is not making pub
lic any of his plans just now, but ex
pects to give out a complete an
nouncement before very long. We
hope he will tell how steel can be
made strong enough to withstand
the motion.
First Training.
Mrs. Belle Dormer, wife of Ne
vadus's ex-Secretary of State, writes
an account of a prize flght in the
Stnmpeder, published at Bonanza,
Yukon territory, and in another col
umn a poem entitled "Ashes." The
Carson Appeal says: "Reporting
pugilistic encounters and inditing
beautiful poems all the same day
seems as easy as rolling off a log to
the lady who received her first jour
nalistic training on the Walker Lake
Bulletin. ' Reno Journnl.
In Mrs. Dormer's girlhood days
she was a versatile and valued con
tributor to the Inyo Independent,
years before the town of Hawthorne
was invented.
The Difference.
Senator Treacle "Did you tell
that reporter 1 had nothing to say?"
Servant "Yes, sir."
Senator Treacle "I suppose he
was very much disappointed."
Servant "I hardly know. He said
he was aware of the fact that you
never said anything, but was under
the impression that you never missed
an opportunity to talk."
The total land area of Nevada is
10!,740 square miles, or 70,233,000
acres, of which 2,f)fi5,H47 acres, or
3.7 per cent, are included in farms.
For magazines and daily papers go
to the Bonanza News Stand.
Smoke "Buile Call" CiL'ars. Union
made. Sold bv all dealers.
CHLORIDES
RESTAURANT
In Chloride
Saloon Building.
MAIN STREET,
TONOPAH.
Money & Grote
iMiR to call pjhlo attention to the fact that k
f they eonduet the only FIRST-CLASS Rt f
itaurant In town. Private rnoma for Ladlos
and Faral lies. Mealtt oookod to order.
A ReKiihir Pinner every day ut 4:W). i
f ALL FISH AM) GAME IN SEASON?
Chicken or Turkey Dinner Sundays.
ONLY WHITE LABOR EMPLOYED.
8muilUH.'.tniiiuutuuiiuiiiiHiiiiiimini
1 CHLORIDE
-4
Pi f ( ..i a?
oaaving, natrcumng
and Hairdresaing.
Three chairs nonductod hv rnmnptnnt C
and hklllful workmen. Iinplemntn and F
appurtenattoeH nrai-olaw. Cluaa lowoli F
lor evory ciwiomor.
C. A. OTJLER, Prop!
umoride maiding. main btrbkt. t
TONOPAH LODGES.
F. & A. M.
r NOP AH LODGE, No. W, V D.( P. A. M.,
holds tin regular communications on the
third Saturday 01 the month. Hi Masonic Hall
ar ?:fi p. in. Sojourn iu brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
AL. SMITH, W. M.
K. OF P.
MIZPAH LODGE No. 85, K. of P. OIMU every
Monday evening at 7.;) o'clock In Pythian
Hull. Hutler ItuildtDL'. All sojourning Knitrbta
aro cordially Invited to attend. By order of tbe
Chancellor Commander.
A. P. RANTERS,
K. K. S.
W. 1. SINCLAIR.
CO.
I. O. O. F.
BELMONT LODGK. No. M, I. O. O. F.. meeta
evury Wednemlay evmlnf, at ?:J0 o'clock,
o. m., at Butler Hall. All viHltnif brothers in
good tftandluK are cordially Invited to attend.
V. R. BHOTH E RTON, J. W. POWER.
Sec.etury. Noble Grand.
A. O. U. W.
rNOPAH LODGE No. 7, A. O. IT. W. meeta
every Thursday evenlnit in Butler Hall.
Vlaitlng brethren are Qordially invited to attend
J. A. DBVOE, W Y. GALE,
Recorder Master Workman
LABOR UNION
TONOPAH LABOR UNION MEETS EVERY
Saturday evening, at 7:8.1 p. m. AU mem
ber In good aturtuitig invited to attend.
T. P. WOODS, CHAS. KENZIE,
President. Secretary.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
CORNER of St. PaMck and Everett atreete.
Mukk: Sundays 10 a. ni.; Week daya, 7 am.
Sunday ecnool. it p. m. Eveuir.R scrvluea, 8 p.m.
JAS. M. HUTLER, Rector.
J. B. AU.IN
W. H. Bebtbako
The "Coeur d'AIene"
Oppobitk Buti.ik O'Bhikn's
LlVKKT STABLK.
IIKHTRAND ALLEN,
Proprietors.
LOWER MAIN STREET,
TONOPAH, NEV
Choicest Imported
and Domestic ...
Wines, Liquors
All the Latest Fancy
and Mixed Drinks.
A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT la run In
conjunction with tli-j liousj, uudor the auper
vlKiou of HertrandA Allen. Muula served at all
hour.
Cosy Club Rooms.
Private Entrance.
"Tonopah Lc.
Club"
Thomaa Kendall Prop. ,
TONOPAH. Nev.
The best of everything; tn the way of liquid r
freHhments can bt found at thin popular sport
Ing houtte. Only ttrst-ulawiartiuleaot
Wines,
and Clears
INlce Cool Lager Beer.
"The Tonopah11 in an up-to-date naloon In
every respect. Card tahlea lor lovers of whist,
solo and other games,
A gentle TIOBF lnolubroom.
A ahare of the public patronage Is solicited.
Courteous treatment extended to visitors.
Mizpah
Saloon.
Cor fVlnln and Broughar
Av.. TONOPAH.
BROUGHER BROS., Props.
This large, new and eommodlous resort has
Juitt been opened to the public where at all
times may be found the
Choicest of
Wines,
Liquor
and Clgara
Beer on Draught.
Ice Cold
The "Mizpah" will be found a quiet place to
Idle away an hour. All the leading periodicals
are on the reading tables at this house. A
"gentle tiger" can always be found tn the club
room. Give us a call.
CHAS. FAWN,
LAUNDRY. FINE IRONING
Upper Mineral Street,
Baok of Devoe's Lodging House.
All work up-to-date. Prices reasonable. Hot
and Cold Baths oonnecied with this place. The
oest In the city. Bath tl.OO.
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