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IHITLKIt, NYK COUNTY, XEYADA, SATURDAY, AUGUST1.), 1902. NO. !. R VI?"NS I EDWARDS fy CUTTING l-'ifiwo yt'urM f-xucrwucu in Kt.iii anil K:t- rrul ('ourlc. MlntuK Law a k,'ju.1I,V . . )tA IN c fnVe: HutltT Miilltlfiitf, TurmpMh, Wvudu nIKTr cdmam Hardware and Groceries CUTTING & FORMAN . , , . , u. , , P A l ull mid Got:ilctt. Limp of Staplo und Fancy Stuck. .MiiM'MHiid IN'iil lOntittc Groceries. Hums, Macon, Lard. Ktc. Our Hurd- , ware coinin iHcs one of tlie most complete. Stocks iHii-ipiim noun Hit lie State, lor TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE DR. EDWARD BOWES Also Paints, Oils and Painter's Supplies I'ln l, ..(! Sin-ir 'n"' M"st ""''11,, Kquipi'd Tinxliop in the State I IinsKIhn and Suit Connected with the Business. Work Guaranteed Main sthkkt Prices Reasonable. Stoves, Kanyes, Pipe, Etc., . f Ur..ii. i.. Tnimiwh. nw. are kept, constantly in Stock. Let us figure on your .Mining Supplies. GEO. A. BARTLETT, I agents fob giant powder, company and Attorney and Counselor I ACETYLINE GAS GENERATORS. TOXKl'Atl. I'.Jf TK HuihllMy KI'HKKA, Hmllh-Rli'lninl lliiil'lint'. KEY PITTMAN Attorney ut. Law ' III TI.KH IH'll.tllNO TtlNnl'Wl KENNETH M. JACKSON & CAMPBELL, 1 METSON & CAMPBELL MliniM'VH tid OUI.WIill Ht Kiiw Mm Ir.T Building, Crocker iluildlug, , Ttiimimh, Nevada. San Kraru'iwn. I W. P. BALLANCE, M. D. ! lingular, ltd; I h h I I a ii it ii (I S ii r k 4i it. , FUCK:-- Main Kirwrt- Turner Huildlii'.' ut li-ntlfil itu ortjiifhl. inl und letMtlt.v 1 "i- Mfrtnl wrl ilifuli- NVvutia Sluli- Ihmni Med- leal Kxatiijri(-nt. L. R, ELLIS, M. D. I Ii y m i -1 a ii a ii l S ii r k on. TOMH'AH. N'KVAMA. 'KUf'K: V-tt door in Hrodimirt'x Htel. 'ills nit; tit hihI 1v Ht tended to. j J. A. OHLANDER, County Clerk and Clerk of tlie Ju dicial Dist ru t Court of Nevada, in and for Nye County. Antriavlta and Arknowledirmf'tii talon. Of fice: Court Iioiiho, IMmont. J. K. CHAMBERS AllriHv-al-Lav U ill lruiice In All Slate and KtWrul Court Adrtn-HM: Tdtmpali WALTER C GAYHART, Attorney at I.ar. Will prHtUirt) id nil Hlateand Federal ComtH. ilrir'Nw: Tfin'tpuh nr AuRtfn. Ni'vadn. W. BROUGHER, 'rlkr and I'x-olllco Amlitorol Nye County, Nevaclti. Almtrnct of tittu iiarvfully prepared, Ackiiow .'lKmcntH taken. Xttilrt'HH; Itettnnnt, Nevada. P.M. BOWLER, Jr. Attorney at Wilt prurtteo In nil Rtati ami rwdisral OmrtH. AddivHH: HawtlHimtt, Nt'VHda CLAY PETERS, .Justice of the I'etu-e. Ai'knowlHdirrapnlii taktD. i fflr: Tolioptiti, NuvadM. T. L. ODDIE, L..T.ICT ...... or ... ... Attorney ut Lnw and Notary Public. Will pni. llw in all Slate ami KeilernKViiirtii. A.lilroM; Toimiiuli or Ihiluurot. H. C CUTTING, Attorney ut Uw and Notary ruiilte. Will prai'ttr In all Slate and Federal !ourt. AridroH; Tnnnpah. Novaria. THOMAS W. LOGAN, she rill and Anmkmoi ol' Nye County. Nvala. uITUm; tlflDinut, N'cviMift. . K. HKAimiHIl J. U. BOOKBK BOOKER & BRADFORD, CIVIL ?NOINLZKR V. H. Mlti mil Survcyppn, Mlnlnit mirvfyw for pnU'iitu a NHi(daltv. Thrnu oomiHitrnt tdvit ''iiKinwrM (vinNluiitiv iDipln.vd In the olttw orttmt Kdnurcl A ('uttir.tr Stoni. Summer Shoes For the Men "The hest on earth is a Hannan shoe." So tlu'V all say. When you want anything tlmt is stylish or reliable in working or dress shoes, come to us. Ladies' and Children's Shoes If you w ant flimsy or ginger-bread style of shoes, please pass us by. Hut if you want, stylish, reliable footwear that will make your tired feet come to the command 'Ml case." call on us and we will till the bill. MOTIIKHS -Don't forget to get the best for the least money; that is what you get when you buy your children's shoes of us Ryan & Stenson Fa jCan avenct I n r yks m 0 MRS. J. F. PERRY, Agent Fashionable Milliner and Dressmaker Main Street, Next Door to Butler Hall - TONOPAH, NBV. MORROW & HUSSEY, THE GENTS' FURNISHERS Central Main Street. We Make a Specialty of Every Article You Buy Handling the Highest-Grade I in Our Store from a Shoe Gooda the Vorld Makes. lace to a Suit is Guaranteed. Terms Cash. Motto, Spuare Dealing, One Price to All. NEW GOODS!! WITH AN UP'TO-DATE STOCK OF Clothing, Men'a h'urnlshlng Gooda, Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes, California Blankets, Quilts, Trunks, Valises, Etc. Alwi In addition to all A KntSTCXASS TA II.OKING DKPAHTMKNT. SuitaWIll be Made Hem. WorlmiaUHliliJ and Fltlluir Uuarunlcea. t:icunlui! um) lltpnlrlng Neatly lime at Kfaftonaelti L'rhtitit. EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS Bay Your Magazines and Satitonery at the Bonanza News Stand AGENTS FOB California Powder Co. John Breuner, Sac. Baker & Hamilton's Celebrated Bain Wagons and Buggies SZiilbr JfiCtxile, Suit be made tar your measure. at moaerttte cost Fit Guaranteed in 1his jcitu for the Perfection Lame Tailoring Co. or Chkaocw JTheh Entite Spiing Line on Exhibition. SuiU Made to Order And Ut FIT You. NEW PRICES!!! E. MARKS & CO. Tonopah Store LOTHROP tr DAVIS, Proprietors DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE We Handle Powder, Flour, Nails, Sugar, Shoea and Most Merchandise by Carloads, and Can Supply You Cheaper than Anybody. Outfitting Prospectors a Specialty. SODAVILLE AND TONOPAH t'nder IiiveMtlgation. Harry Lewis, Asssistant Superin tsndendent of Railway Mail Service, was in Tonopah this week. Under instruction from the Postal Depart ment, Mr. Lewis has been making a thorough investigation of the mail service between this point and the railroad. It would of course be en tirely out of form for such an official to indicate his findings or anticipate his report and recommendations to the postal branch of the government, but it is safe to say that the tangle will be tmravelliMl to the complete satis faction of all our business interests. Upon the latter most material ele ment in the matter, Mr. Lewis was free to express his surprise and sat isfaction as to the extent, soundness and permanency of the great mining industry of this locality, with the varied incidental enterprises. All these conditions are considered, and it is a presumption that the govern ment intends to serve its people to their best interests. The strenuous kick recorded against a mail service by the way of Candclaria is taking effect. If Tono pah was asleep while the contracts were being advertised and let, the town is not. in a (Junker meeting iihxhI just now. It is to be hoped that a linal and correct adjustment is close at hand. Case Ileciiled. The mining case of Golden vs. Mur phy and livers was decided in Dayton in favor of the, last named parties in the suit. Frank Golden brought suit against the defendants for $7,0110 damages for extracting ore from a vein which he claimed had its apex on his ground. The case was in court six days and several nights and wus stubbornly fought, finally result ing in the jury bringing in a verdict against Golden in favor of the de fendants. VV. E. F. Deal and Tor reyson & Suintnertield were attorneys for Golden, and A If. Chart z for the defendants. An appeal will probably be taken. The hall on the first floor of the new Miners' Exchange building is to be occupied by the stage company as an ofliee. For magazines and daily papers go to the Bonanza News Stand. Smoke "BuirleCall" Cigars. Union made. Sold by all dealers. CHLORIDES RESTAURANT In Chloride Saloon Building. MAIN STREET,' TONOPAH. Money & Grote SBeK to call publfl attention to the fact that 1 theyoonduot the only F1R8T-OI.ASS Rea-f taurnnt in town. Private rooms tor Ladiea a and Kamlliea. Meala oookotl to order. r KoKMlnr Illnner every day at 4:8(1. A A 1. 1. HUH AM) UAME IN SKANONf Chicken or Turkey Dinner Sundays. ONLY WHITE I.AUOK EMPLOYED. CHLORIDE j BARBER SHOP Shaving, Hatrcutting tad Hdirdreuing. Three ehalra oonducted by eouipetent and Hkiltful workmen, tmplementa and appurtenances ttrat-elaaa. Clean towela tor every euatomer. 0. A. OULER, Prop. Chloride Building. main sthkitt. jfwwwnnwnwwTTWWwnTTwmTfftTTTnffni TONOPAH LODGES. F. & A. M. mONOPAH LOIK5K, Nn F. & A. M , J hoIdH Hn i-rpri'tar wmummlciHlouH on third Suturdtiv of t)M month, lu MuHtnifo Hull at p. in. Sojourning lirethivu ure imrtlially ii)vitti to at Lund, Ala. SMITH, W. M. K. OF P. MIZPAH I.OIX1R No. , K. or P. niwtd every Monday evenictr at o'olook in Pythian Hall. Butler Bulldlnn. All wijouriiinir KniKlita are mrdiallv invited to attend, lly onler of the Chancellor Commander. A. 1'. KANTKRS. W. J. SINOLAIK. K. K. S. O. C. I. O. O. F. BELMONT laOIMiK, No. fl4. I. O. O. F.. mets ovry Wdunsilay tvmiin, at 7:?HI o'i:iil, p. m., at Butler Hall. All vinttintf llrothem In Kootl KtaudiDR hih mrtliatly iuvitoct to attemi. F. R. HKlTHKHTt)N, J. W. ltWKK, Seorotury. Noole Uraml. A. O. U. W. mONOPAH UHW1E No. 7, A. O. IT. W. Ouln X every Thurwiay evmfnK In Butli-r Hall. VlKlLintr brftlireu arooonliaily Invited tuuttutid J. A. DkVOE. W Y. GALK, Kfoonlnr MaMtur Workman CATHOLIC CHURCH (lORNKR of St. Patrlcik and Kvnratt Btroetf,. ) Mnw: KuudayH. 10 a. in.: Wk day. 7 a m. Sunday st-hool, i p. m. Kvenint? wtrvlot'H, H p.m. JAS. M. BUTLKK, Kwtor. J. H. ALI.KN W. H. Hkutkanh The "Coeur d'Alene" OPPON1TK RCTI.KH& O'BltlKN'H LlVKKY 8'MHI.B. IlKKTKANK Al.l.KN, I'roprtetora. LOWER MAIN STREET, TONOPAH, NEV Choicest Imported and Domestic ... Wines, Liquors All the Latest Fancy and Mixed Drinks. A FIRST-OI.ASS MMTAl'KANT l run In eoiiiuuctiou with the house, under the stioer- vixionof Bertrandt Alleu. Meala served at all hours. Cosy Club Rooms. Private Entrance. THE Palace .. RESTAURANT .. Only First Class Place in Tonopah CASEY A AROEN Proprietor We I'ae Ckaae ts SantMHrn'a Coffee Mizpah SalooiK. Cor Main and Hrouhr Ave., TONOPAH. BROUGREIt BROS., Props. This large, new and oommodious mmrthan just bnen opwnod to the public where at alt times may be found the Choicest of win, Liquors and Clears Ice Cold Beer on Draught. ThB 'Mii!pah" will be found quint place li idle away an hour. All th leading perimlicalH are on the reading tableH at tbiH Iiouho. A "gentle tiger" van always be found in the club room. Oive us a call. E. R. SHIELDS 1JKAI.EH IN General Merchandise INCLUDING - Groceries, Dry Goods Gents' Furnishing Goods Boots, Shoes, Etc. Next Door to Valley View Hotel J. R. DUFFIELD, Xntury I'llblic. rr-l'K-ll1'TI.IUI lll'IMIimi, T')MOPAH. KV.