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VOL. II." lUlTLKR, NYE COUXTV, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 190& 0. 31.
JAS. A. CUSHING, KlieriH' Mllll At'ior of S' (ount.t , Nevada. Omi r: llcliiiont. Ni viulu, WM. ENGER, County Clerk himI ( In k IMstrUI Court. HELM 1T. NKV WA DRS. PIPER & SARCENTICH I'hj wiclim strut Surgeons. omen und Itesldcnce Main Street, Over H it It r Market TONOPAH, NEVADA. EUGENE S. WATSON Attorney and i'ouiim61or 11 Suiter St., Koouw -"W untl M Shu Kruurlxco SiMH-ial lUviuUm tii mini id unit (torpor-tit ton work, i'titctlt- in nil court untl (icparuuciiln nf i lie (irmmtl Lund OAto. t:H. Hodfonl McNeill tc( A Hart It'll S. K. Wrnilljeu VERMYEA & BARTLETi Attorney uinl Connsrlors lliulcr HulldiiiB. - M'TLKR. P. O., NKV. R. L. JOHNS, Lawyer timor; fi'ildflll ItlllltllUK. TillMipsh. Nevada CUTTING & FORMAN Stocks, Mines and Iteal Ktitt Mewhent Tonopah Mlnltnf Kxchrsnne and Phil adelphia llnumo Office: TONOPAH. NEVADA DR. EDWARD BOWES I'Ii)m1-1iiii and Surgeon MAIN STKKKT 1st uf llrndlimn Hotel Tonopah. Ni'V. KEY PITTMAN Attorney at Law :n Illlt.WNC) . TOVOPAH TH M. JACKSON 4 CAMPBELL, METSON 4 CAMPBELL Attorney and CntiiisHlor at Law fiolileh Hlork, T mnnuh. Ni'vwlu Crocker HiilhlfiiK, Sun Fruripim'tt. W. P. BALLANCE, M. D. lllittular. IKT.1) I li y h I e I a n and Surgeon. OKKH'E: Main Hlrcct- Turner Hiillillair. Call attended lfty ornlvht. Iuly and legally re (mi ered certificate Nevada Hlale Hoard Mi d leal KxumiucrH, L. R. ELLIS, M. D. I li y h 1 c I a n and Surgeon. TONOPAH, NEVADA. OFFICE: Nilt door In Hrodhran's Hold. CiHn nlttht ami day ft' tended ui. J. K. CHAMBERS Attorney-at-Law Will Practice In All State and Federal Court Office Golden llulldlnii. Tnuoitli P.M. BOWLER, Jr. Attorney at. Law. A IM practice In all State ml Federal Courts Utile. -HUI.IIKN lllM'K, ToNOt'AH Aim! lliitvthiiruc - Nevada J. R. DUFFIELD, MINIiS AND MINING Notary Public Mrinlicr Tonopah stock Exchange Stocks Bought nd Sold Information Promptly Given. '""sopaii. NEVADA CROCKER & SALSBERRY Mines hiuI Mining MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD Members TiiiiiipHh Stock ExchuniiB OFFICE: TONOPAH. NKV. ALEX VEITCH, HARNESS AND SADDLE SHOF - OTP MVKKV NT.WII.K. LOW Kit MAI.N STIIHtrr All Mini nf hut-tii.. ri pairlnn and llt-lit ai.o heavy ImrneHNror Mile, EDWARDS . . . OliALliRM IN . . . Hardware and Groceries A Full and Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Plums, Uacon, Lard, Etc. Our Hard ware comprises one of the most complete Stocks in the State. For TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE Also Paints, Oils and Painter's Supplies The Most Complete Equiped Tinshop in the Stale Connected with the Husiness. Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable. Stoves, Ranges, Pipe, Etc., are kept constantly in Stock. Let us figure on your Mining Supplies. AGENTS FOR GIANT POWDER COMPANY AND ACETYLTNE GAS GENERATORS. NEW GOODS!! WITH AN UP-TO-DATE STOCK OP Clothing, Mcn't Furnltihlng Goods, Hat, Caps. BootH and Shoes, California Blanket, Quilta, Trunks, Valines, Etc. Ainu In ndillilon to nil A FIRST 47.ASH TAII.OIUXtS DEPARTMENT. Suits Will ;bfi Made Hen;. WnrkmtttiMhlp und Kltt1!! (Juuruutred. ('Itruulutf uml Hrpulrlug Neatly Done at Ki'UMiDiiule 1'rlom. EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS Buy Your Magazines and Stationery at the Bonanza News Stand BUTLER Lumber Comp'ny JUST RECEIVED A FULL STOCK OF Building Material, Windows, Doors, Shingles, Mouldings, etc. A share of your patronage is respectfully solicited. Yards: At present on Sollender lot, opposite Valley View Hotel. CULVERWBLL & ELLIOTT STOCK BROKERS MINES AND MINING STOCK Correspondence Solicited. Office: Butler Building, ELK'S PRIDE COPPER DISTILLED HAND MADE SOUR MASH WHISKY KKANKKOHT. KY. ADOLPH HARRIS St CO. SOI.K DlMTKIlH TtlHR 617 Sacramento St , San Francisco, Cal Sold by All the Leading Saloons In Tonopah. ACENTS FOR California Powder Co. John Breuncr. Sac. Baker & Hamilton's Celebrated Bain Wagons and Buggies & CUTTING Is the most essential factor in producing good whiskey and 8 YEARS Is n good age; that is why the sun oth, mellow "SNOW FLAKE" WHISKEY fins such a wide sale and ever increasing popularity. HALL, LUHRS CO., Wholeaala Llqour Dealer SACRAMENTO, CAL NEW PRICES!!! E MARKS & CO. Mines Experted and Reported on. General Mining Business. TONOPAH, NEVADA. Lane & Connelly MAM'rACTl-KKIIS or Pine Cigars. Mall ordorx recilve prompt altuntlon 204- J06 Market, St. San Franclaot Tonopah LOTH HOP & DAVIS, SEALERS 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 Owens ICIver rower. Owens river has meandered for ages into the "Dead Sea of the West" Owens lake furnUhing por tions of Owens valley wilh abundant water for irrigating purposes, hut just now we are assured that wide awake capitalists are already taking steps to further utilize the streum harness iisenonnousenergies estab lish an electric plant. From fxing Valley to the lower end of Round Valley, a distance of over 15 miles, the river runs in a very deep gorire or canyon, in a rocky formation The fall in that distance is not less than 2,MM) feet, hence it is conceded by eminent authority that Owens river in the greatest unappropriated water power on the Pacific, coast. The proprietary rights belong 1o Rrougher, llooth & Parker of Tono pah, who have had a force at work for weeks. Mr. Parker, who is in charge here, says that operations will tie vigorously prosecuted. Such projects are of incalculable benefit. May they fully develop. Round Valley cor. Inyo Register. Lone Moiintiiln Oris The initial 100-ton shipment of ore from the Alpine company's Nevada property, the arrivul of which was previously mentioned, was sold yester day on controls showing 2H8 ounces silver, 50 per cent lead and tl gold per ton, tiie ore carrying a nice iron excess, as well. Two more shipments are now headed for market and the management declares that, with the small amount of development done during the past sixty days, no trouble at all will lie experienced in sending out 100 tons of similar ore per month, while six months hence it will likely be possible to market that much per week. For a mine less than six mouths old, the Alpine is coming to the front at a rapid pace. Salt Lake Herald. The year has been one of many awful calamities. In the volcano of Pelee thirty thousand persons per ished. A typhoon in Chinese waters lessened the population of the globe almost five hundred more. Iletween five and ten thousand more died beneath the burning flood of lava that recently spouted from Santa Maria's crater. An equinoxial cyclone in Japan swept about five hundred souls and earthquakes and tidal waves in Europe and India with fifty thousand lives lost in Russia Turkestan. A list of eatastfophies unparalelled in the world's history. John D. Rockefeller has given to the University of Chicago his custom ary Christmas gift. $1,000,000. Meantime the Standard Oil monopoly is raking in extra millions from the increase in price which it has levied on consumers of oil. Rockefeller's million dollar Christmas gifts have got to be paid by somebody. The Reno Gazette has established a mining department, and informa tion regarding different mining prop erties in Nevada will be forwarded upon request without charge. The Gazette says Tonopah prospects will be given special attention. The management of the V. AT. railroad has decided to convert their locomotives into oil burners. The wood now used on the locomotives is quite green and is not very good for teaming purposes. The cashier's desk at the Winne rii'ieca bank has been equipped with i bullet proof screen behind which he can seek shelter from bandits' guns. Business on the C. A C. has in freased so rapidly that the employ ment of additional postal clerks must c me about shortly. There are three mines with mills in peration in Searchlight, employing 100 men. Store Proprietors E. A. BYLER Civil und Alining Engineer U. S. Di'pmy Mlni'rul Hurvi'yor. Office: Golden Block, Tonopah, Nevada 4. K. KHAliroHU J. V. BOOK KH BOOKER & BRADFORD, CIVIL. ENGINEERS U. B. Mineral Surveyers, MlninK aurveya for putHDtH a Npeclally. Three rompltnt clvtl aiMf uiv-TH. ttuQHf aully emplovod lu ihi-olYloe-West Main Street, Tonopah, Ne. TONOPAH LODGES. F. & A. M. TONOPAH LOIKSE, Nu. 3H, F. & A. M.. holdN lu rt'Kulur communlcatlonM or Uu third Saturday or the month. In MaHonlo Hall at ?: p. m. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. It. DUFFIELD, Secretary. AL. SMITH, W. M K. OF P. MIZPAH I.ODtiK No. as. K. of P. meetx every First and Third Monday evenlnu In eneli month at t.Hi o'clock lu Pythian t'aBtle Hull. Butler Huihilm. All Hojournlny Kntiiht uro cordially Invited to nitend. Dy order of Hie Chancellor Commuuder. A. P. KANTKKS, J. It. DUFFIELD, K. It. S. C. C. I. O. O. F. BKI.MONT LOIKIE. No. , I. O. O. F nwi every WedneHday evening, at t::tu n'dnek p. m., at Hutler Hull. All vinitiiiK Hrothem In good HtamtiuK are cordially invited to attend KOI1T. G. POHL. T. E. EDWARDS, Secretary, Noiiie Urn ml. A. O. U. W. TONOPAH LODGE No. 7. A. O. U. W. mt every Thunutuy evenlniz in Hutler Hull. Visiting brethreu are cordially Invited to attend W. D. BOHOHM. J. A. LKVOK, Hecorder Mtihter Workman PHYSICIAN'S DIRECTORY The Members of tho Nye Co. Medical Society. W. P. BALLANCE, M. D. Tonopah Drug 8tore. H. W. CHITTENDEN, M. D. Opposite Bntler Building. ED. B. KEAN, SC. D. Nye County Drug Store. J. L. GARNER, M. S. Tonopah. S. SARGENTICH, M. D, Allen House. The "Coeur d'Alene" W. H. HKKTKANP, Prop. ' Lower Slain Street, Tonopah, Not. Opp. Pioneer Feed Yard " "l Choicest Imported and Domestic ... Wines, Liquors All the Latest Fancy and Mixed Drinks. Cosy Club Rooms. Private Entrance. . COEUR d'ALENE CAFE Miss Mykti.e Mi'Geb, Mnnaner. Private Kooms Well Appointed for Families None but White Help Employed. All the Dell cades of the Seuaon. OPEN ALL MHHT. THE Palace .. RESTAl'RANT .. Only First Class Place In Tonopah CASEY ft ABDEN Proprietors We Tte Chase Sanborn' Coffee AL. SMITH, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery: One door below the Drug Store Main street, Ton opah. Call and examine work.