MTfKDAY, JAM'AHY :SI. iwi
Hull l.uWcr In It.
I Her cnnilitiniiK at Tmiopali gener
silly, mill with llio ( vi. r of Salt
Lake intereM in that Nevada i unt
in particular, KJ Mead, secretary of
t!ie Ciuisa unci other companies, re
turned from there yesterday very
I lit nil plcu.sed. Tlii! main Mi.pali
ledge at a depth or 500 feet, is as
it is in the levels alcove, from whic h
ores of the value, of so many
millions wen? derived, while the
extremes along the strike of the vein
are no less than 1700 feet apart, with
ore exposed the entire distance. Mr.
Mead says that a north and south
zone which has been penetrated to
the north for eighty-live feet and to
the east for over 100 feet without
disclosing any walls reveals an aver
age of $50 per ton, and appears to
to the expert talent with all the
force of a veritable Hornestake. On
the 400 level of the Valley View, al
most under the camp's main thor
oufcfare, the management has opened
up ore which affords nn average of
300 per ton, while twenty feet south
is a ledge iti the same territory which
shows values ranging from $455 to
2000 per ton. Yet a third ledge in
Valley View ground reveals an aver
age of $200, with four feet of this
class of ore. In addition to what has
already been developed by it, the
Touopah and Salt Lake company ap
pears to be in line to catch some of
-these ledges on their strike to the
west. At a depth of 500 feet in the
Desert Queen a six-foot vein has just
been opened up, while the strike in
the Montana Tonopah, so much of
which is held in Zion, has developed
into the sensation of the hour, some
of the ores showing over 1000 ounces
silver and $180 gold per ton.
At the Halifax v roup,, owned by
Keith & Kearns, the new hoist has
been started up, with everything to
". make, the making-of a mine in the
ground, while the payver proposition of
the camp will soon have been settled
by the bringing in of 6000 horse
power from Owens river, a distance
of eighty miles from Tonopah.
On Gold mountain several good
propositions are being developed,
with some or the ore running very
liigh in gold, while on the Itay
O'Brien shaft at Ray the owners have
uncovered eighteen inches of ore that
averages 40 per cent lead and over
400 ounces silver per ton. Mr. Mead
reports over forty shafts now going
down in the camp, while over at Han
napah many locations have been
made and much activity is promised
the present season. Salt Lake Trib
lie Wan a Socialist.
A commercial tourist who came up
from Carson the other day had the
following to relate of an experience
at the Arlington hotel one morning
before leaving. Follnwing his usual
custom of brushing his teeth after
breakfast, he forgot to stick back in
his vest pocket his tooth brush and
left it on the stand iu the washroom.
Returning to get it, he found an un
sophisticated legislator from one of
the counties in the act of using it.
"Here," he said, "that is my tooth
brush." "Yours? Well, then where
in thunder is the one belonging to the
house?" -Lovelock Argus.
It would be interesting to know the
amount of " inducements" received
by the eight assessors who voted to
increase the burden of the Nevada
tax payers by lowering the valuation
on railroad property. James Quirk
of Storey, Kenny of Ormsby, Randall
of Lyon, Ingalls of Esmeralda, Mc-
Cormu-ck of Douglass and dishing of
Xye opposed this robbery of tax
payers with their voices and votes
and their fidelity to the interest of
the slate will not be forgotten, while
the eight assessors who violated their
oaths in voting for assessing railroad
property far below its actual value,
should be branded as traitors to their
constituents. Lovelock Tribune.
Over 700,0110 tons of tailings at the
De Lamar mill are being worked.
They are said to average 2.35 a ton.
Charles Epstein took a run on the
Carson and Colorado as mail clerk.
Epsteiu is the sixth clerk on the line.
! Colonel l.vnchlm lvt wiitenc-ci
i t.i tl .. . l.i-ll.i l- hp clc-M'l
mic h a fate or not H is not our pur
po.e to ciLru-s. Hut we may point
out the difference with which trai
tors me treated in this country and
elsewhere. Here a man may be edu
cated at thc exM'iiM' of his country, i
may draw a good salary and live in (
comfort ut the same expense, may i
take the most solemn oaths to defend j
that country even at the expense of
his life, and may be trusted most im
plicitly by that country. He may
deliU'rately and after full considera
tion violate his solemn oath and so
perjure his soul, take up arms
against the country he has sworn to
defend, devote all the talents and ed
ucation given him by his country to
bring about its destruction, may
leave nothing undone that the vilest
traitor could do in such a direction,
and after he has failed in his efforts
he may sue for and obtain pardon,
and even be rewarded again with
emolument at the hands of the gov
ernment he sought to destroy. Quite
a difference between a traitor in this
country, and one elsewhere, is there
The work of tearing up the old line
from the junction east of here has
been completed. At the station of
New Wadsworth, about three miles
east, of this place, on the new line,
there are nearly 150 cars loaded with
the rails, ties, spikes, bolts and sta
ton houses from the old line. Hun
dreds of cords of lies and several of
the outbuildings of the stations were
burned, being deemed unfit for fur
ther use. It is said to be the inten
tion of the company to use the better
class of ties in the construction of
sidings and burn the remainder.
The Santa Fe has let a contract
for the building of 75 miles of the 2110
mile cut-off the company is to make
on its overland line to California.
The cut-off will cost $10,000,000 and
will run from Beten, a station on the
main line near 'Albuquerque in New-
Mexico to Texico, a point on it's Pe
cos Valley & Northwestern Railway
in Texas. '
The Central Pacific railroad com
pany brought a full train of houses
on wheels, freight cars fitted with
stoves, beds and dining tables, with
workmen to work on the new cut-off
and other improvements connected
with the moving of the shops to East
Reno, and has left them near the
asylum tract. Gazette.
The Oregon Short Line will build
new two-story brick and stone de
pot at Salt Lake. It will be started
in March and cost $50,000.
The United States assay office is
doing a rushing business in assaying
samples and melting bullion from Ne
vada mining districts.
It cost Uncle Sam $1,250,000 an
nually to predict that to-morrow will
be fair. And then it is likely to rain, i
TN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE
A prompt settlement of accounts, all parties
are respectfully requested to render their
monthly bills IN DUPLICATE on the first of
each month, when samewill be paid on oranout
Should bills not reach this office on the 1st of
the month It will necessitate a delay in the
settlement of the same until the following
T. L. ODDIE,
General Manager Tonopah M'gCo.
Tonopah, Nevada, December II), lung,
Has opened an office. oDiioslte Rnnan nm
on St. Patrick street and is prepared to do any
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Work solicited and sac.iMfact.inn LfUPUv.,uu.i
Official Court Raporter Mono County, Call-
TO THE PUBLIC.
VOTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN BY THE
undersigned, forwarding and commission
merchants and freighters, that-owing to the
present lack of return loads- on and after
Monday, December J 5th, J 902,
all freight shipments to Tonopah from Soda
ville ami Candelaria will be charged for at the
rate of one and one-fourth cent per pnund
(Signed Mcl.EAN & McSWKKNEY
forwarding and Commission Merchants.
Tonopah. y.rv.. Dec IS, iiufci.
ROSS, IBt fAlMlH.-.
Paints Any Old Thing
Agent for the
Si,Pl,e,' Mm; Full line of this sea
son s samples. all and see them before Imvini,
shop rear of Uolden Building.
"COOL SPELL HINTS
. Our Winter Overcoats and Suits for Mens and Itoy
from New York's best iiiiiiiuractiircrs are now on display.
Listen! Inteiidini' luirchascrti of clothing will do well to
look our line over in time-.
Although we have the largest line of Clothing to select form, our
price will make such active buying that all lines will go iu a jiffy.
Our Suits and Overcoats are Smart and Snappy in cut, well Tail
ored and made of all wool liest material.
Ryan & Stenson
The Largest Stock ol'(ioocls in Southern Nevada
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Groceries and Provisions, Glassware and Crockery, Wines, Liquors
and Cigars, Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods
The Most Complete Line of
This is the Place for Prospectors
Lower Main Street,
HANK KNIGHT & CO.
DISTILLERS' AGENTS . .
All Standnrd Brands of Whiskies Direct. From Government Hondcd Warehouses at
Wholesale and Ketall. Foreign and Uomcsiic Wines. I'orter and Ales
Champagnes: Roederer, Mumni's Extra
Ramsey Building, Center Main Street
TONOPAH DRUG CO.
East Main Street, Tonopah
Prescription Druggists and Dealers in General Drugs
Family Medicines, Pure Chemicals, Medicinal Mineral Waters, fine Wines and
Liquors Imported and Domestic! and the Most Elegant anil Complete Line of Toilet
Articles. Complexion temedies and Perfumes, the Highest tirade DonjcM Ic and Imported
Toilet Soaps and Stationery. The Largest and Most Complete Stuck Kver Displayed In
Southern Nevada. 1 '
Prescriptions Compounded at All flours. Day or Night. Mr. S. If. Clark Registered
Pharmacist, formerly of Junction Drug Store, Kansas Cliv, lain of San Francisco In
Charge Prescription Department. Nothing but the best In Ail Lines.
Tonopah Drug Company, Main St., East Side.
A. J. CONDON & CO.
TONOPAH STOCKS AND MINCS
Members Tonopah stock Exchange. Office, Brotigher Ave. and Centra! Street
Reference, State Bank
MAIN ST. JT TONOPAH
Ami the Finest Brands
Comfortable Club Booms
A Gentle Tiger In Club Room
Be Convinced by a Visit
SAYLOR & LOGAN, Prom.
Spaclijinu Duos., Props.
Brougher Avenue, Tonopah, Nev.
Plumbing and Sheet-Iron work a specialty.
Stove and Alr-plpe made to order any size.
jsew anu second-hand Stoves For Sale. Stoves
EI Principe de Coles
du n t n ;
can unci v
Boots and Shoes in Tonopah
to Outfit. Everything in Stock.
Dry, Moet & C'bandon White Seal,
and Trust Company.
Thomas Kendall Prop. ,
The best of everything In the wav of liquid re
freshmentscanbefoundai. this popular sport
Ing house. Only tlrst-elass articles of m
and Clgurs m 9 9 9
Nice Cool Uger I Jeer.
.'" Tonopah" Is an up-io-dale saloon In
, 'L i Tf' tables for lover of whlsi,
solo and other games.
A gentle TIOIJM In club room.
A share of the public patronage In solicited
Lourteous treatment, extended to visitors.
McLean & McSweeney
And Forwarding Agents
Large Teams, Quick Service, Pay
Freight Bills at Railway Station
Forward Promptly all Freight
Heavy or Light.
P. C. KtUV, PlOP
TO HO Hi,
- 1INB. LIQl'OI AND CKUtS-
I'liiirMim mlmikwlnu In Mo-nd in rnur
j WiM'w iliirMv -ll at Uib Mukiii.Iiu. h. i,-
' lir alWM) aelrcwe.
.. RESTAURANT. .
Only First CIuhh Place In
CASEY & ABDEN
We re base & SmiiImii-ii'h Coffee
George Money, Prop.
There Is one class of good In my line (or
which the demand never decreases acid that is
"The liest" It in this class thai I guarantee to
my piuro"s. I have spared uu expense in nt
titiK up first-class pluee fur my patrons,
shall keep constantly on hand Al
Ice cold lager and steam beer on
draught. A cooling beverage this
time of the year. Try it.
In the distribution uf your patronage I auk a
share for "The Chloride." Kcmemoer the uum.
her and street.
The "Coeur d'Alene"
W. II. IIKIt llt lNII, I'rup.
Lower Main Street. Tonopah, Ney.
upp. I'loneer Feed Yard
and Domestic . . .
All the Latettt Fancy
and Mixed Drinks.
Cosy Club Rooms. Private Entrance.
COEUR d'ALENE CAFE
Mihm M vhti.cx Midr.K, Manager.
Private Hooms Well Appointed for Families
None Inn White Help Employed. All the Dell
cacies of the Season.
OMIJ.N Ala- INICJMT.
HALL A MANEY,
The Bent of Mimic Every
The Beat of Everything
Night and Day.
UIWKK MAIN STREET, TONIH'AH, NEW
Opposite Hutler 'llrlen's Stnlile.
Cor .Mm In and I trouv tier
Av.. , ONOPAH.
BROL'GHER BROS., Props.
This large, new and commodious resort has
Just been opened to Hie public where at all
times may be found the
Beer on Draught.
T he "Mizpah" will be found a quiet place to
Idle away an hour. A II the leading periodicals
are on the reading tables at this house. A
genlle tiger" can always be found Iti the club
room. (Jive us a call.
rjlEAMSTEItS WILL CALL AT THEOF.
nee of this company before leaving with their
loads and obtain cards to be delivered to the
weigher at the railroad. No money will be
paid for hauling unleos the above conditions
are observed. Tonopah Company,
T. I.. Oddle. Treasurer.
Notice to Beef Peddlers.
YTOTICE IS ITER EH Y GIVEN THAT AT A
1 meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Lander-Nye Stock Association, recently held In
Austin, Harney McOnnn was appointed Hide In
spector for Tonopah, Nye County. All persons
delivering beef In Tonopah are requested to ex
hibit the hide of said beef to Mr. McCann for
inspection as requested by law.
Austin, Feb. 18 Will. T. U. Malloy, Bec'y.
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