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I I. ll I ft! i ;! . iSri 11. 1" , 1 i 1 4 1 1 31 .13 TOXOPAII i;ONANZA. SATURDAY, MAIU II 2. The Water Works. At a trial lust week, from the new fire plug placed in front of the Nye County Mercantile Co. establishment on Main street, a stream of water was thrown from a three-quarter inch nozzle at least one hundred and twenty-five feet, demonstrating to the satisfaction of the citizens who witnessed the test that the Crystal Water Company is not alone a comfort and convenience but also a great protection to the community. Again we urge that the generous offer of the Crystal Water Company to furnish, free of cost, all the water required for fire purposes in the camp, should be accepted without delay. The expense of providing t ie necessary tanks or reservoirs for the storage of such water should be cheerfully met by the property owners. As to the question of sup ply, it is an established fact that with its present resources the Crys tal Water Company can furnish, in addition to the quantity required for fire purposes, an abundant supply of water for a population three times as large as that now in Tonopah, and that through the further de velopments planned and already in operation by the company, its source of supply will still largely increase. Stay of Sentence. When the U. S. District court con vened it was expected that J. H. B. Harris would be sentenced, as he was found guilty the Saturday before of sending obscene literature through the mail. When the prisoner ap peared before the bar to receive sen tence, his attorney, Samuel Piatt, offered a stay of sentence and a mo tion to quash proceedings. He brought out a new condition of alle gations. He plead that the indict ment was defective insomuch as it failed to state that the objectional letter was addressed to any party or parties, and as there was no ad dress there could be no violation of the law. Mi. Piatt cited an au thority that bore out his plea, and it brought the case so directly to the attention of Judge Hawlev that he deferred sentence until he could de cide the merit of the objection raised by Attorney Piatt. Carson News. Married. In this city, March 24th, by the Rev. Mr. McCreery, the Hon. Thomas McCabe, of Tonopah, and Miss Liva Hartine, of Carson. The groom is assemblyman from Nye county and the bride is the youngest daughter of ex-Congressman Bartine. Mr. and Mrs. McCabe departed for San Francisco. After a few days sojourn in that city they will return to Nevada and take up their resi dence in Tonopah. Their many friends wish them a future of pros perity and happiness unalloyed. The wedding is one of the roman ces of the inaugural ball, where the contracting parties first met. Fred dishing and wife stood up with the couple. Carson Appeal. A New Press. The Inyo Register comes out an all-home print, from its own cylinder press and electric motor a decided improvement. The paper is a steady, j conservative worker for the good, but the yahoo element of Bishop haven't sufficient sense to accord it .that support which would most re dound to their own interests. Were Made One. Harry II. Hudson of Candelaria, and Miss AYinnie Stronsnider of Ma son aiiey, were married in Reno I Sunday last by Rev. Bird. J. T. Taylor was best man and Miss Kate MeGowan bridesmaid. The newly mil ri'iofl omit-ilu ill .n.-!.ln 1 ........... v t-siut-lll anoe-i laria, where Mr. Hudson is enirnypil i in business. Reno Journal, Will Ship IMant. The Reno Press Brick company have begun dismantling their old plant and will ship it to Tonopah this week. The new plant will be in operation in about three weeks, it . 6. R. Davis and Frank Williams Will have a capacity of 20.IKMI brick r W,MTnllprt active services in ten hours and will be run full ea- tSyS"9SSX pacify. Reno Journal. Uh!!',!'''1 ,,"',"'r corner; Ladles' j nos polished. Q Leave orders at this office. There i 1111 eastern nun-em calling itself ' fiscal agents." (.uilinrf under the cognomen of .Makeevi-r A Co., which should by all means Im- let severely alone by legitinate mining promoters. It is the firm which promulgates mil iug advertisements worse than the siiielers velp at a side-show, and we are sorry to note that the Tonopah and Mt. Butler company still allows the printing of their disreputable stuff about that property. Worry is the friction of the ma chinery of the human body. It isn't the work done, but the friction that wears us out. Revolutions never wear out the wheels, but the bear ings are what give away. MISCELLANEOUS. T. R. HOFER at at Fire, Life j Accident o INSURANCE Real Estate Account Experted Mine and Mining Notary Public CARSON CITY, NEV. HOT CROSS X BUNS GOOD - FRIDAY AT Nevada Bakrey Mineral Street PRESSED BRICK! aot For You and Everybody aot Will be reody for the consumer inside of Thirty Days- : See Us before buying CROCKER & SALSBIIRY Be lure and come to our Place to get "The Best of It" Lu Burton LIQUORS and and Johnny White CIGARS 1st Door North Miners' Exchange MONEY LOANED on Unlisted Mining and Oil Stocks U. S. LOAN COMPANY Room h-JO Drexel Hldir. Philadelphia Vh. C. P. KIRK Stovesjinningand Plumbing Sheet Metal Work of All Kinds Main Street Tonopah, Nev. ALEX VEITCH, HARNESS AND SADDLE SHOP OPP. LIVEKY BTABLK, LOWER MAIN 8TKKKT All kindsof harness repairing and light and Shade Trees Orders Solicited for any Number of . . . . 1 II I m Locust, ropiar and Block Willow 8hade Trees ?I,T'",',J ,'mm . n"C8t wens vsllv "lock. Delivered in perfect order at the rfirht time and set out for 2.CM each, by J.W. B0 8SI. Leave Orders at this Office. GENERAL UTILITY MEN MISCKI.I.ANKOIS. This Space Reserved for. n Wagner, Smith & Co. Real Estate and Mining Brokers ;llen Building Hrougher Ave. X "TTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTt K Tonopah Brick and Adobe Co. CHAS. J. YOUNG, Mr. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS The public are respectfully invited to Leave Orders at the Company's Office Oddie Ave. and Main St. TONOPAH. Tonopah Meat Market Summer A McNamara, PROPS. MINERAL ST, TONOPAH We Invite close Inspection of our meats. Noth ing but prime beef will be sold. Only the liuest Beef, Pork, Veal and Sausage Always kept in stock. Meats sold for cash only. No credit. TONOPAH AND SILVER PEAK STAGE LINE PETER SAMLELSON, - - Proprietor TRI WEEKLY SERVICE, vfif PAYMASTER, the COLEMAN and the CUTTING CAMPS J EAVES TONOPAH at 9 o'clock a m everv J MONDAY, WEDNESAY anil FRIDAY. Leaves SILVER PEAK at 8 o'clock a. m. on TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, liood Stock I Careful Drivers I T. E. EDWARDS, t t Acnt Tonopah. J. K, THUMAH H. N. (ilJNTKH WE SELL MEATS . . Our Meats are Ihe Best. If you are not satisfied with the place you are trading at call on us. Our motto is ' The Ilest." A pleased patron means a steady customer. Stall fed beef a specialty, GUNTER & THOMAS Tonopah 's Leading Butchers. WAIN STREET, TONOPAH. AL. SMITH, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery: One door below the Drug Store Main street, Ton opah. Call and examine work. R.T.ZASPEL Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of 9 J a ROC 13 R I o eKeioies, Kouea uarley and Wheat. Best of Furniture, Bedding, Hardware, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos Gents' Furnishing Goods Suits Sold at Sun Kanclsco and Chicago prices. Everything DOWN to Bedrock Store bet. Main street and Tonopah mine. N. M. SIMONS . . Assayer . . Upper South Main St. Tonopah MIMKI.I.ANKors. E. R. SHIELDS UKALER IS General Merchandise INCLUDING - Groceries, Dry Goods Gents' Furnishing Goods Boots, Shoes, Etc. Next Door to Valley View Hotel TONOPAH BAZAAR . . . T. E. Edwards g Main Street Proprietor. 5 OPP- Turner's DEALER IM Fauy Stationery, Periodicals and News papers, Cigars and Tobacco, FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES Fresh Fish and Eastern Oysters every Thursday. When in need of anything in my line (five me a call. Tonopah Stage ShortiiHt Hnutv. LeBves SODAVILLE on arrival of C. & C. H. H. traiu from llawthorue every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday and Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Carries V. S. mall, pas sengers and light freight. Arrive lu Tonopah sanje night at 7 o'clock. Ihe proprietors of this well equipped stage line huvespared no expense in the purchase of commodious coaches mid first class stock. BUY YOUR TICKET FOR TONOPAH FROM THE OLD LINE. Careful Drivers and Quick Service. Fare Kaeh Way 8 OO. JOHN O'KEEEE. Proprietor Stewert's Hotal Sodavillc, Nevada. At Railroad Depot. 0 Robert Stewart Prop. Having assumed the management of this old-time and well-known hustlery and hot springs, I shall conduct the same on an up-u date plan. The table Is supplied with The Very Best in the Market The bar Is a feature of -.his house and Is at all times Its patrons will be served with choice Wines, Whiskies and Cigars. Enterprise Lager Beer on Draught. In conjunction with the hotel Is the famous mineral Sncluvtllle Hot Springs. These waters ure famed for their medicinal qualities. Baths at all hours. PIONEER .. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. LOWER MAIN STREET. TONOPAH, - . . NEVADA W. J. Sinclair & Co., Prop. Fine Carriages and Buggy Turnouts at any hour of the day or night Saddle Horses Furnished at all Times Special attention paid to transient stock. Hay and O foralll O 'or town work Water delivered to any part of the tflWfl qUHnll",'s to mU- We sell only lu it II pUrB W)f i aprtng wttter. Free Corral to Teamsters. Parties deslrlnx to prospect ihe surrounding country can procure teams at special rates. All utiHiuesN promptly attended to and the patronage of the conimunl-y solicited. Fair and square deallnK our motto. THE PEARLMAN CO., (INC.) TheFAMILY LIQUOR STORE THE PEARLMAN CO,, Props. A Cosy Place for the Thirsty FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Case Goods a Specialty Saloons and Families Supplied AURNTS HKO TOP IV YIJ MAIN STREET, TONOPAH Chloride Saloon "mr " The hest of everything In the wny of Liuuld refreshments can be fonnd at this popular house Standard Brandt of Liquors Choicest Brands of CI ars Chloride Restaurant TTTT Meals at all Hours and Cooked to Order Courteous treatment extended to all patrons. Your patron aie sollolted. Best Meals In the City ROBEDOUX & NELSON, Proprietor. MlsTKLLANKOUS. C- S. I.EMOV H. FL ETCHER H. FLETCHER CO., .Investment Brokers TOlNOpAM, - NIJVAOA Members Tonopah Mining Exchange Fiscal Agent for the UNITED TONOPAH MINING AND DEVELOPMENT CO. We will buy or sell for you Tonopah Stocks at prevailing market price at regular rate of oom mission as fixed iby the Exchange at actual cash value of stock. We want your business and will carefully guard your Interest. If you will send us your onler, for any stock you wish to purchase, we will secure It for you at the lowest price possible. All certificates ordered will be transfered In your name for any other namu you may desire) on hooks of respective Company and New Certi ficate so Issued. Send for prospectus or reliable Information which will be furnished on any ( kimpuny offering stocks rorsale In this vicinity; we will lnvostJguto and report on any stocks, mines or prospects in this district. We rc)orionall kinds of mining ventures. Address H. FLETCHER CO. Box 118 Tonopah, Nye Co., Nev THE MIZPAIi RESTAURANT C. C. WELLS, Proprietor. Upper Main Street Tonopah, Nev. This Restaurant has been entirely remodeled and Is now prcpai-ed to rurnlsh its patnms with the best meals to be had In Tonopah. Only White Labor Employed Courteous treatment and quick service. Chicken Dinner Every Sunday TRY IT I THY IT 1 1 Insist on Having The Celebrated TEA CUP BOURBON AM) Roanoke Rye wmiskii-:m Olven New 11 fu COAST AOKNTS SHEA, BOCOLf RAZ i CO 625 Market St. San Francisco, Calif. I Apex Meat Market j ISAIHIHK S,tKA. 1'rop. IIKAI.KH llf FINEST BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK AND SAUSAGE Corned Beef and Pickled Pork MAIN STREET. DRINK AT THE Cosmopolitan Saloon . "fc. "fc- Main Street, Belmont. R. F. Gilbert, Proprietor. Only the choicest (roods are dispensed over the har. When you drink, drink at the Cosmo politan bar and be served with flue Wines, Liquors and Ciors. When In Belmont Kive us 4 call, Courteous treanment extended to visitors. ..NEW STAGE LINE.. Running Daily Between Sodaville and Tonopah A Fast Freight Line Run in Connec tion with This Stage Freight Delivered Daily in Tonopah Tonopah Office two !oor below Express Office . wiv . -.1.1:11 y ay fs.iiu. Stage loaves Tonopah at 7 a. m. LADD & COHEN, Props.