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Tii"l'AM, M Ili Tn THK 1'l'HI.K" 1 tti-li l.l slate fur f lit tx'lll'lit ll( MMII1'. Illllt (Ml till' 1.1th day of July, lIHil, I i-iil.'ic.l into an auri'i'ini'iil with Mr. W. A. Wil mhi 1 if Silt Lake. I'tuli, in which lie (Mr. Wilsuii) wuH to -xi'ii(l ll.'iiKl for 11 inn' half interest in u lease ut tin iiii'r-ii(l of tin1 Miziiali. unci this iirri'ini-nt w.ih placed in the cure of ( lay IVtei'K. Now, in regard to the money re ceived anil i'XM'liiii'(J during said lcnsi tin' following statement lias 1 11 I'd tuki'ii from 11 i.v iHKiks; For la Ihii'. H(iH .110 ; lutnlMT and freight, l!a.(M(; lihicksmithing, tiillMI; pnw-ili-r, tinils, etc., making a total of I.(I4. Mr. Wilson sent me a hoist, which i-ost him 14H .IK. He also sent me a draft for (550.(10, making a tutul of (7!tK.lK, including the hoist, and the balance, WOti, 1 paid out of my HK'ket. I make this statement in answer to a report that has tieen circulated charging me with having lieaten my partners and everybody I could in leaving Tonopah last fall, and 1 will willingly iay (1IHI to any man in To nopah who run prove such reports are true. KllllKHT Hflll.EV. m 11 1 :ic ics n i:v u x i s. The National Irrigation Congress, jnt closed at Colorado Springs, Col orado, passed the following resolu tion. Congressman New lands of Nev ada, the Congress never mentioned, either directly or indirectly. How is it '! The resolution follows : The grateful acknowledgment of this Congress is due to Theodore linoscvcll, President of the United States, for his invaluable assistance in the cause of irrigation. His mes sage to Congress in December, 100(1, marked the beginning of a new epoch in the history not only of the arid west, but also of that of the whole nation. Without his powerful aid and that of his administration it would not have been possible to secure the passage of that great act which will inaugurate and put into -effective motion the national irrigation policy for which we have been striving so I " J-T (ireat as Ids administration may be. we believe that none of his achievements will redound more to the greatness of our people and the glory of our country than will. Hie passage of the national irrigation act. We send him our greetings and five him our assurances of our most sincere respect and admiration. hi: ains ami im 1.1 Tin' San Francisco Nation pays tliis tiiliiitc to Hun. Thomas IV Maw Icy. tin1 Kcptihlican candidate for I'nitctl States Senator from Ncvaila: If Judye Hawlcv be elected as I 'nited States Senator from Nevada, the state will honor itsel.' in honorinj,' lilm ; ho is one of the j;rand figures of the coast, 11 man of the most gen erous instincts, u splendid type of I he xt'and old pioneer who hlazed the way and did first j;reat work to make this country what it is to-day. He is now in the very prime of his powers, with a weli-trained lejral mind, u knowledge complete and of the highest value to the coast, and such a man in Washington w mid tie of yreat power for t,'(HHl there. He has tii'ains and Inttuence, and it would lie 11 labor of love to him to serve this coast. No limn is capable of doinj; creater work than he, for beyond his ability, his industry, is the j.'ieat fact that lie is regarded with hij,di esteem by the best men in his party, the dominant party to-day in 1 he I'liion. Mil. si mmi:ici 1 1:1.1 . A ("arson paper, which had been keeping tali on the entire legislative proceedings, at the close of the last session said : "Mr. Sol M. Snniincrlield of Ks nicralda county is another Republi can who has stood solid for decent legislation and against the political schemers. He has absolutely refused to be swerved from riyht, and his earnest voice lias often been heard in protestation aeainst fake legislation. Ksmeralda county in Mr. Siimmcr lield sent one of the very best mem bers of the twentieth session, and she will make no mistake by returning' him as often as he will accept the duties he so ablv lilled." II IS CLAIMS. Mi'. New lands' elaim that lie was l ulled up to tlie White Flouse liy I'res iilenl lioosevelt to jfive the president some idea of t he importance of eon ori'ssional legislation for conservation of the waters of the arid regions has been so completely refuted that his organs have ceased to try to palm that absurd nonsense on the people. In IHIIt he claimed that he was the lirst to advise Cleveland to suppress tlie strike of the railroad employes liy the military power of the jjovern incut, and ut that lime lie claimed Jireat credit for sujnestiii); the idea lo suppress the t rade unions by the military. Messrs. Yeurdsly & Sesnon, repre senting Suit f-ake capital, are loiik inf into the iossibilities of workinj; the tailings at Mellcville. Political Announcements. Nirttrv-K him! iht twad mut h paid Utr In niit- iht rmr will ( rufimi m rwry liihtHUi - JOHN A. OHLANDER It- t'Ulur Sliii-r Part Nominee f.r County Clerk (if N'ye County. JOHN W. DOUGLASS Nominee if the T'nlon Labor. Hlivrr and lit publican parties for Justtce of the Peace Of Tonopah 1'ovrriKtiip. P. M. BOWLER, JR. Regular Kr publican Nominee fur Supreme Judge of the Htiitti or N'pH(i. THOMAS W. LOGAN Rfgntur Silver f'arty Ntjuiintt; fur Sheriff and Assessor Of Nye County. WE F. RICE Ki'Kiilar Rilvir Purty Nunilniiti for Recorder and Auditor Of N'ye Couuty. M. P. BOOTH KixM'i'lflilly aniHiuncfs hlmwlf iik an tlntiilinn Ji lit eiilnliilute lur the iidli'iiof Constable Of Tonnpiih Township, mihjoi't 10 wilt of tlie vnterH at t he i-iihiiIiik kpah'TuI elt-ialun. Insist on Having The Celebrated TEACUP BOURBO I AND Roanoke Rye WHISKIIJS I Olvet New Life 1 CflAST AiiKrn-a SHEA, BOCQl tRAZ SCO 625 Market St. San Francisco, Calif. WiLLIAMS & TRABERT '' CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Job Work a Speclnlty Lumber, Door, Windows, Mouldings and Kbinglce We Aim to Keep a Stock on Hand. Draying in All Parts of the Town. I , Lutnlwr YnJ od Bryan Avrnue. i KNAPP & LIKE, jAssayers ' and Chemists. i ' ; V winild rospfcifulty Inform the mlnpr and I mine operator of tht vlciulty and tuljoiuirijr 'miutli'H thai wi! urn prrpun'd to make both j I Htlli ChfDllt'Kl BHNBJ'H Hi tiU.V time. ' ! rMsm-pt by mull or exprew, with coin In-, 1 floNctl, run-fully UHMiyiH) In duplictit'N. (iold nnil silver I K): Li-ml, iiit); JoppT, (Hi: NU'kfl ami (filial t, Io.hi, S kkick: MIuthI tfHi, Tonopah, Nkv. i Lane & Connelly ! HA NI'KAi 'Tt'KKItft Of j Fine Cigars. Mall ordure reut Ive prompt attention. 9 3t4 2) ti Atrket HI., San Frnnciaco Wc Sell Whisky, E. A. FARGO COMPANY, Wholesale Liquor Werchanta, 316 Front Street, San Francisco. Try Our "JOCKEY CLl'B" Best W hisky in the World to Drink. NOTICE. WOOD WANTED. NOTICK is hereby ifiven that the Hoard of iount,v (.'onimissloners or Nye County. Nevada, III receive hlds at their uVxt rt'KUlur mceiiiitr for Twenty t'onin of Ury Solid Pine Wood, to he delivered at the Court-house In l) Inmni on or twrore the First Monday In Nov ember, ,we. Uy Order of the Hoard. AlK'st: J, A. Oh lander, Clerk of sit id Hoard, Dated, September i, IWri, The ToBufak .Mining Co. ef Neda. NOTICH. ryt THK StiN'kboider. i.f the Toiwitiuh Minto Company of Nevada All wrttBrmin f tiMU prfwrttted fur transfer .It lh 'miipaiiv' "flirt- m Philadelphia iiiul tw lruMriy wlimMd ami bear the nMei.ary rev enue NMitniH null hiivc the MMiulure of Hit; transferor iriiarHUiee! by a Hank. TruM Com puny, r npuianie itrni of broker known lo om-I't-r of thf Company. ltfore transfer of tame will Im- made Arrangements have been ttf rfected with the Founh National (tank, of Philadelphia, to Met hk Iteirtsinir for the Company's Ntm-k. All stock holders are requested to forward their eertiti rates to wild Hunk for retflstrat ion, im-ludtntr tHTi-Ksai'y tiniiit urn! ttiuDiim for rt'Kltdereo fiiiiitiiiu. Tormpuh Mitilnif Cnnipany of NPvailH. CHAHI.KS K. MILLKK. Vitip I'n'Miiicnt. Orru r. MnlIKi lluilillntr. Thiluilelphia. M.tv 17, mtt. OOOO ..GOLD NUGGET.. Weepuh, Nev. THK KI.VKST HRAKIJS OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars KMT IN S'lWK Tin ( iolrt NiiKiri'l" Ik thi' li'iiiliiii? HiiliHin of Wi-i-mti. All 111'- tending mprrn 011 die. Whi'U in Wi-rjmli ilrop iu. OCKDOOOOOOCOOOOOCKXXXXXJOOOO Tonopah Meat Market Summers ft HcNamara, MINERAL 8T prop. TONOPAH We luvlte. clow Inspect ioo of our meats. Noth ing but prime beef will be wild. Only the lluettt Beef, Pork, Veal and Sausage Always kept' in stock. Moats soli for cash only. No credit. LIVERY and FEED STABLES Eaat Side Lower Main Street, TONOPAH, - - - NEVADA. ' J. G. KOHI) & CO., Proprietors. ii:ai.i:ks i-n - - HAY AND GRAIN, WATER, WOOD AND COAL. (KM ttimoutK of all licscripUonH to order. VlHitor'n tiud PloKpi't'ior'H Outfits, with Compe tent OrlvprH. Stock iktunled and the Hot of Otriiil Accomodations. TERMS REASONABLE. . NEVADA . REDUCTION WORKS AT DAYTON, NGVADA TREAT GOLD AND SILVER ORES ; Analysis, Assays and ( Experimental work done j with act uraey. REFRACTORY ORES A SPECIALTY Ores and Tailings sam pled and bought by assay value or treated by a charge per ton. SODAVILLE & TONOPAH JHjraONEJLINE (INCOHPOKATKll.) Telegrams Received and Sent to AH Parts o? the World. CONNECTS WITH WESTERN UNION AT SODAVILLE . . . OFFICES AT LOTHHOP S DAVIS' STORE Sodavllle and Tonopah. Louis K. Mau, Assayer and Chemist Assays Made Every Day. Office: Main Street, Tonopan.Nevada. CXXXXJOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXJ 8 THE -- Q IIKIITHAM) HINK1 V rnirlfliira X Mnln Street THE PEARLMA1N CO., (INC.) The FAMILY LIQUOR STORE THK PKAH1.MAN C I'nip. A Cony IMluw fur th Tblnitf FINE WINES, LIQIOBS AND CIGABS Case Good a Specialty Saloons and Families Supplied ACBIVT8 WAINIHM lll'.UM MAIN STREET, - - TONOPAH Next Door to F.riwarriK A Cuttlnf? Stora miUimiuitiiiiiiiiiinummmiiuiuitum McAULLIFFE CAFE C. C. WELLS, Proprietor Meals a la Carte Everything First-Class MAIN 8TEEET, Next to MiDera' Kxt'hatiKe Hull. immtTTT,rTtTnHTmnnnnnnnmTmmns PALACE HOTEL Vl'PKR MAIN 8TREKT, TONOPAH liHKKN KENtlAIX. I'rops. Only First Class Hotel in the City EleKantly Furnished. Pletw ant and Sunny Room. Headquarters for Mining and Commercial Men The Hnr in Stocked with the Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigun. .. PIONEER .. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. LOWER MAIN STREET. TONOPAH, - - . NEVADA W. J. Sinclair A Co., Props. Fine Carriage and Buggy Turnouts at any bour of the day or oighl Saddle Horeea Furnished at all Times Special attention paid to transient Btock. Hay and Oraln O .lot. Wagon for &al O for town work Water delivered to any part of the town In quantities to suit. We sell only pure soft spring water. Free Corral to Teamsters. Parties denlrinr to prospect the surrounding country can procure teams at Mpeetal rateH. All InminesH promptly attended to aud the patronntre of the uonimuLl'y aulicited. Fair uud square dealing our motto. TONOPAH SODA WORKS Mll.0 PljVMKNAZ & Co.. PlIOPH, MANt' t'ACTU KEHH or HOOT HKEK. CH MP ONE CIDER, CKKAM AND LKMON SODA. MUCH UKKK, SAIISAPARITjLA, GINOKH ALE. OKANOK CIDER, MINERAL WATER. SODA WATER AND ALL KINDS OF SOET DRINKS. j summit atreet, xonopan, JNev. j Tonopah Stage $ Shortwat Routs. Leaven SODAVILLE on arrival or C. A C. H. K. train from Hawthorne every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day. Friday and Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Carries U. 8. mall, pas sengers and light freight. Arrive In Tonopah same night at 7 o'clock. The proprietors of this well equipped ntsge line have spared no expense in the purchase of commodious ooauheH and Hint olat stock. BUY YOUR TK'KKT FOR TONOP H FROM THE OLD LINE. Careful Drlvsrs and Quick Srvlw. Fare i:ai li Way $H OO. JOHN O'KEKFE, Proprietor j KENTUCKY CAFE ; IN KKNTllt'KT LlgtlOH STOHS i SMAIN STREET, TONOPAH, NEV i Hop SlNO, Prop. First-Class Heals Served. Short a . Orders a Specialty. J CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY Mala Mrs., Tassop.au Chloride George Money, Prop. There Is one clsiw of goods In teT Has for which the. deumud never dc resaea and that 1 "The IteHt" It In thlaclsNM that I ruarante to my patrols. I have spared no expeDw Is til t inn up a nrat-elaMM place for my patrons, ahall keep oonatsntly on hand Al Wines, Liquors, ""Ctears.... Ice cold laer and steam boer on draught. A cooling beverage this time of tlie year. Try it. In the distribution of your pstronaK' t ak 8 aliare for "The Chloride.1' Remember the num ber and street- Mizpah Saloon Cor Main and Hroughsr Av., TONOPAH. BROUGHER RROS., Props. This larpe, new and commodious resort has juat been opened to the public where at all times may be found the Choicest of Wine, Liquors and Clara Ice Cold Beer on Draught. The "Mizpah" will be found a quiet place to idle away an ho jr. All the lead in periodicals are on the reading tablet at thta house. A "gentle tiRer" can always be found In the club room. Give us a oall. "TWO JACKS" HALL & MANET, The Best of Music Every Night. The Best of Everything Night and Day. Choicest Wines, Liquors and f Cigars. I.OWKR MAIN 8TKKKT, TONOPAH, NEV. Opposite Butler & ' Brlen'a Stable. Stewart's Hotel Sodavllle, Nevada. At Bailroad ii Robert Stewart Depot. Prop. Havlnp ftHKumed the management of this old-time and well-known hostlery and hot sprlnKs. I shall oonduut the same on an up-lo-dale plan. The table Is supplied with The Very Best in the Market The bar In a feature of this house and In at all times its patrons will be Nerved with choice Wines, Whiskies and Cigars. Enterprise Lager Beer on Draught. In conjunction with the hotel In the famous mineral Sodaviille Hot Sprintta. These waters are famed for their medicinal qualities. Hatha at all hours. THE MAGNOLIA P. C. KELLY, MOP. UPPER WEST TONOPAH MAIN ST. NEV. A Kentiorneri 's resort where the very best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Are dispensed. Courteous mixologists to attend to your wants. When thirsty call at the Magnolia, where you are always welcome. i TONOPAH CLUB'S 1 NTVifli VITrHEN J 1ILIAVH nilVULIl ... 9 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Meats and Vegetables are served to our Customera. Vegetablea Ueeelved Kvery Otbor Day. OYSTKKN AND PISH IN AN If STVI.K. Sirloin and Porterhouse Steaks s Specialty. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Younq Louis, Uili.v Fokd, Props. The WILLIAM G1FFIN, MAMUrACTUHKR Ot "WOODPECKER" And Other ... HIGH GRADE CIGARS NEVADA CITY - - - CALIF.