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VOL. II. MJTLER. NYE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 190.1 NO. 42. I'MOI'KSSIONAL CARDS. JAS. G. CUSHING, Slit-rifl" and Ai'ir ol' ' Comity, N'al;i. omce: Belmont. Nevada. WM. ENGER, Comity C'lt'ik ami Clerk District Court. HKI.M INT. - NEVADA Mines Real Estate ROBERT R. WILSON Lawyer. j;.,..,,! l (lotilin Itlm k Tonopah, Nev. A -in fur the New York I, If" Insurance Co. J. D. LINDSAY, .lustlce ol the I'eiici' Tonopah Township Minos ami Mining unice Tononiili I,uinlr Co. Building, corner I 'cuter street and liniuirucr avenue. WM. J. LANDERS, Diwtru-t MlniiiK l!'rilcr TONOPAH Office lluller Bulldllii?. Muin Si mt Dr. C L. HAMMOND, Philun to Tonopah Miners I'liion, V. r. M. OfKii K Tonopuli Limiticr Co Building, Cdtiipr Brimuher Ave and Henrer St. t 'Hire Mourn: III ttt Ua, in.; 2 to and tf to ? p m. 'iVW-phone at office and n'fcid'Miw. Dr. F. O. CHAMBERLAIN, 'M D. V.ltl Gcncriil Mcriicul and Suricul Prnctlce Olrlcc and Residence: Muin Street, above llnmirhnr Avenue H. E. PIPER. M. D. I'liywiflaii and Surgeon. HIH-i-and Residence Miiln Struct, (Hit Hutler Market TONOPAH. NEVADA. EUGENE S. WATSON Attorney and Counsellor fji Sutter St., Rooms ."Hi and (Kl San Francisco vptvliil iitli iu Ion lo nilninir and corporal Ion work. IVitcliee in all comls and department of Hie llencral Land Oltlce. Code). Ilodfnrd MeNi'lll ii o A. Burtlctt S. K. Verniilyeu VERM1LYEA & BARTLETT Attorney) and Counselors Hut lei llulldlnir. B1TTI.ER. I". O., NKV. R. L. JOHNS, Lawyer Office: (iolden Hullillni. Tonopah, Nevada KEY PITTMAN Attorney at Law Mn.iiKX iirruitNu TONOPAH KENNETH M. JACKSON & CAMPBELL, METSON & CAMPBELL Attorneys ami Counsellors at Law HoMrn Block, TmiMpnh, Nevuda Crocker Building, Sun Kraiicthco. P. M. BOWLER, Jr. Attorney at Law. Will practice In all Slate and Federal Courts OMr.fR-Ool.HKN Huick, Town-All And Hawthorne Nevada Dp. ELTON DAVIS, DENTIST, Tonopjih, - - Nevmla omen lliidi-ens HulldliiK, Upper Main Slreei Work done evcniiik's, by ftpiiolntnient. M ISCELLA Nye County Mercantile Co, (Successors to EDWARDS & CUTTING . . . OliALIiRK IN . . . Hardware and Groceries A Full and Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hams, Jiunon, 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 liusiness. 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 ACETYLINE GAS GENERATORS. LEAN ON The p'presmMutiouH made by ub, for we stand ready to verify Any Statement We Make Regarding Our proprietory (foods and we call your atieniiuu particularly to the liue of . . "Our Taste" Goods Comprising I hi ins, Ftacon, Oysters, Fruit and Vegetables Aud aver Hutu to l the very best value procurable HALL, LUHRS CO., Wholesale Grocers, SACRAMENTO, CAL. .e County a T. L. (JDOli:, President. GEO. S. NIXON, Vice President. : : JOHN S. COOK, Cashier CASH CAPITAL, $50,000 GREAT REDUCTION SALE I t O R t t WINTER GOODS EXCLUSIVE CLOTIIIF.RS C lVTAPTQ Rt CCl AND MfiRCHANT TAILORS iVllIVfViJ CX, V-iV- F. GOLDEN, CULVERWELL & ELLIOTT STOCK BROKBRS MINES AND MINING STOCK Mines Experted and Reported on. Correspondence Solicited. Office: Butler Building, Tonopah Cigar Factory Call for Made of the Best "Tonopah Made" Ciar , ALWAYS Corner Mineral AGENTS FOR California Powder Co. John Breuner, Sac. Baker & Hamilton's Celebrated Bain Wagons and Buggies N K( JUS. The OPTICAL BRANCH Of our Establishment is as com plete as though we had no other business. Eyes Tested by a grad uate Optician. Eyes examined free tloUt.Hinlt ll. Sllvt;Pmlth nncJ Ontlclnn General Mining Business. TONOPAH, NEVADA. a Havana Tobacco : ; and Oddie Streets. Tonopah Store LOTHROP & DAVIS, Proprleior-8 DEALERS IN CENERAL 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 A "ToiMipuli Xinnlier." The Los Angeles Mining Review of March 14th, "Tonopah number," is a very meritorious paper. The text of the principal article, pre pared by T. D. Van Devort, is un usually interesting and accurate, while the illustrative views must be accredited to Mrs. Van Devort. The writer errs in one instance, how ever, in the following : "Three plans have been formulated to bring in water from other points, but only one, that of the company which pur poses to bring it in from the moun tains of Inyo county, California, seems deserving of consideration." No company has in view the practical impossibility of bringing to Tonopah any of the water which flows in Inyo. The water power of that part of Cal ifornia will be used, amongst other things, to run pumps here, by means of the generation and transmission of electricity. In it Again. J. H. B. Harris, of Silver Peak, has been arrested for sending obscene literature through the mails, and is on trial before the U. S. Court at Carson. Mr. Harris has for years been at outs with the Silver Peak mine owners, the Blair estate. He claims that he has been defrauded and has had a number of hearings before the courts. During this time many letters have passed between the parties in controversy. It is the claim that the present trouble is the outcome of former difficulties. It has required the attention of the marshal on a number of occasions to straighten out matters at Silver Peak between the defendant and the millionaire mine owners. A chemist who was called upon to analyze some "beer" confiscated in Maine, reported : "I should say it is composed of the rinsings of a sour molasses barrel, the suds obtained in washing a barroom floor and all of the mouldy grain the liquid would absorb." That is what one gets when he is thirsty in a prohibition town. The Trans-Siberian railway, with a length of 5028 versts (about 370 miles) cost $192,300,000, including the first order of rolling stock, though not including an appropria tion of $47,100,000 to reinforce its rolling stock. Subscribe for the Bonanza. T. B. Rk'ket. Gko. H. Mktkrr. President. 1st Vice-President D M. HYAN. G. W. KlCHAHDS. iivl Vice-President. Cashierr G. VV. Cowing, Assistant. ACJ13INCY OH THE State Bank & Trust Co. (CARSON CITY, NEVADA.) TONOPAH, NEVADA. Cash Capitol - - $200,000.00 DIRECTORS. T. H. Rickey, F. L. Wilds, P.H Peterson, Geo. H Meyers, K. H . Yerinuton, F. Golden, C. T. Itender, 1). M. Ryan, S. L. I.ee. General Hanking Husiuess Transacted. Ex chaiiKe tKiught and sold on all parts of the world Mining slocks bouKht and sold. Cor respondeuce solicited. HANKING HOURS: 9 a. m. to 12 p. m 1 p. m. to 3 p. m. HANK CLOSED ON SUNDAY. TONOPAH LODGES. ELKS' CLUB. rriHK ki.ks n.un ok tonopah mkkts I every Wwiniwdav evrnlug ul H o click ut the Tonopiili Stock Kxt-hftnite. VihltiiiK Klka Invited. O. F. ULAKFHI.ER, CHAS. L. COl.E, Secretary. PreKiilent F. & A. M. TONOPAH LODGE, No. 28, F. & A. M.. holdH ItH rexulur communlc ntlnuK on tin, third Saturday of the month, in MuNonlc Hull at 7:l p. m. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invittxi to attend. J. K. UUFK1ELD, AL. SMITH, Secretary. W. M K. OF P. MIZPAH LO!X)E No. , K. of P. meets every First and Third Monday evening in each month at 7.. 'Hi o'clock In Pythian C astle Hall, Hutler Building. All sojourning Kuights are cordially invited to attend. A. P. KANTERS, J. R. DUKFIEI.D, K. K. S. C. C. I. O. O. F. BKLMONT TjOTXIE, No. 24, I. O. O. F.. mtt. every Wednesday evening, at 7:W o'clock p. m., at Hutler Hull. All visiting Hrothere in good standing are cordially invited to attend S. E. WING, J. W. STEWART, Secretary. Noble Grand, BUSINESS CARDS. CLYDE JACKSON, -Stocks, Mines and Reports TONOPAH, NKVADA. CUTTING & FORMAN Stocks, Mines and Ileal Estate Members Tonopah Mining Exchange and Phil adelphia Bourne Office: TONOPAH. NEVADA ERNEST J. WAIDMANN, Contractor unci Builder. Plans and Speciflca- A Store and Office Work tions Furnished. " a Specialty. Shop on St. Patrick St. ' Near Brougher Ave. TONOPAH, NEV. E. A. BYLER Civil and Mining; Engineer U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Office: Golden Block, Tonopah, Nevada 9. K. BKADroHD 1. O. BOOKKK BOOKER & BRADFORD, CIVIL E1NGIIN.EER.K U. S. Mineral Surveyers, Mining surveys for patents a specialty. Three competent civil engineers constantly employed in the office West Main Street, Tonopah, Nev. CROCKER & SALSBERRY Mines and Mining MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD Members Tonopah Stock Exchange OFFICE: TONOPAH. NEV. J. R. DUFFIELD, MINES AND MINING Notary Public. Member Tonopah Stock Exchange Stocks Bought and Sold Information Promptly Given. TONOPAH. - - - NEVADA Dr. W. A. MUNDELL, Dentist TONOPAH. NEVADA Oltlce: Room 8. Golden Block, Work done Sundays and EveniiiKS by Appointment. DR. GLEAVES, Dentist JjgTonopah, Nev. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. Painless Extraction. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable. Tonopah Bonanza iSfi?,?!