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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24... 1903 May Ixrne ltes!! Or-. Indications are that Eureka will lose the Reveille, Nye county, freight ers, who have been making regular trips all summer with ore from H. Reischke's mine. Mr. Reischke hus just made arrangements with the Southern Pacific to ship his ore from Sodaville, and is now dealing with the teamsters for the haul between the mine and the railroad. Sodaville, on the Carson & Colorado, in Esme ralda county, is the shipping point to Tonopah, and the prospects of back freight to that camp may induce the Base Range teamsters to accept Mr. Reischke's proposition. The very high price of animal feed on the Es meralda route stands in Eureka's favor to retain the Reveille traffic Eureka Sentinel. Gold and Silver. Since the discovery of America there has been brought into the com mercial world about 10,000 million dollars worth of gold, and 10,500 mill ion dollars worth of silver, valuing the latter at the long-time coinage ratio of 16 to 1. Perhaps the im mensity of these sums might be better realized by the generality if they were reduced to tons and carloads. Roughly speaking, the gold would weigh over 19,000 tons and the silver 350,000 tons. It would require 36, 900 freight cars, each laden with ten tons, to transport the lot. If these cars were each twenty-five feet long, they would extend 922,500 feet, or nearly 180 miles, or twice the dis tance between the cities of San Fran cisco and Sacramento. Pacific Coast Miner. California's Lesson. The mining counties of California are beginning to realize that in the long run that fake promoters and bonded mining schemes are a curse to whatever community they operate in. For a time their ullurements may serve to attract stock investors to put up their money on worthless stocks, a small portion of which is spent in keeping up the appearance of doing something. In the end, how ever, everyone becomes disgusted, the mining district gets a black eye, and even good ih vestments are re garded with suspicion. The mine owners of the state should make some united effort to check the work of this class of operators. Pacific Coast Miner. Advertised Letter. Following letters remain uncalled for at the Butler, Nevada, postoffice for the week ending Oct. 17, 1903: ' Bettles, Alex; Ciase, Robert; Clif ford, Ed; Barton, Charlie, Jr., 2; Brooke, William; Butler, Chas. L. ; Dugan, Pat; Fleming, E. B.; Gray, Theodore; Harbin, Mr.; Hanson, A K.; Johnson, W. T.j Kelso, Mr.; Mar tin, Fred; Maxwell, Josie; McNamara, T. M.; Tonopah Herald; Walters, Walter; Walthal, J. L. Indian Mail Keef, Miss Dody, 3. People calling for the above letters will please say "advertised." W. W. Booth, Postmaster. Law Partnership Formed. Key Pittman and his brother, W B. Pittman, have formed a law part nernhip, under the firm name of Pittman & Pittman. They will con tinue to occupy their present offices in the Golden block. The O. K. Germproof Natua Stone Filter purifies cooking and drinking water, and more than the high price filters, prevents fevers and sickness. Saves money for med icine and doctor bills, big prices or rents for others. The O. K is the cheapest, reliable filter made. Only 12. Money returned after a week's trial if not found as represented. This simple filter can be used any where without hydrant pressure. The miner's and poor man's friend, the rich man's necessity. Wanted agents everywhere, to make money. Self seller, large profits. Harry Plummet, manager, for a few days at Clarendon hotel, Reno, Nev. The snow will soon to commence to fly you want wood to keep you warm lay in your winter supply now. The Pioneer Livery Stable has it cheap for cash. Newly furnished rooms, by the day, a quiet place, second floor postoffice building. o "Mjr Friend From India." This well-known three-act comedy will be presented at the ojxra house week after next by a local east con sisting of Misses Arrow, Pepper, Roach and Campbell and Mrs Raggio, and Messrs. Broughton, Knicker bocker, Lemon, Agnew, Montague, Dart and Grimes. Extensive pre parations are being made to properly stage the play and as the participants have been studiously rehearsing their respective parts for several weeks past, there is no doubt that from a histronic standpoint the presenta tion of the comedy will be a success. It was the intention to put the play on next week, but the illness of Miss Lizzie Pepper has precluded that. Fell In a Shaft. John Murin is now in the Miners' Union hospital suffering from a sprained back as a result of a fall into a fifteen-foot shaft in the Grand pa district where he had been pros pecting. Dr. Hammond reports that the patient is progressing as well as might be expected, but that it is not possible as yet to say whether inter nal injuries have been sustained. Murin was brought to the hospital on last Wednesday night, just after his accident. Attain at At wood. Frank Stewart came in from At- wood last Saturday and says that development is progressing favorably at that camp. On the properly be longing to him and Messrs. Oddie and Sinclair, crosscutting is being pushed in one of the shafts at a depth of sixty feet and they hope to cut a big ledge in a few days. On the Everett property work is being prosecuted on the ledge and a good grade of ore is, being extracted. Ot Interest to Mine Owners. A press dispatch says: "It is learned tnat Harriman, for reasons not made plain, has directed that patents be obtained for all Central Pa cific unpatented land in Nevada. Of the 5,000,000 acres of the Central Pa-1 cilic land grant in Nevada, not more than one-half has been patented to the company. Harriman's reasons for patenting the 2,500,000 acres of unpatented lands is somewhat of a mystery." j Some ltich Samples. George Nixon came in Friday even ing from Tonopah and reports a number of important discoveries at that camp. He brought in a number of specimens from the late develop ments in North Star, and from the appearance of the rock that he left here, it looks like a bonanza. The samples shown would pass for bonanza ore from the Comstock as it looks mighty healthy. Carson Weekly. Halt Million Coming. In an interview in Washington Chief Hydrographer Newell predicted that within a few years Nevada will have a population of half a million people as a result of the irrigation work now underwav. MISCELLANEOUS. Notice of Stockholder's Meeting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OPTHESTOCK holdersof the Tonopah Extension Milling and Mining Company, "West End," will beheld at the office of the Secretary of said Company, on MONDAY, NOVEMBERS, IWfl, at 7 o'clock, P' m- W. J. DOUGLASS, Prer ident. GEO. W. COWING, Secretary. Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OP TH E 3TOCK holders of the Tonopuh Midway Mining Company will be held at the office of the Secre tary at Tonopah. Nevada, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER slst.ltKIS, at 2 p. m H. C. UROUOHER, President. J. B. STENSON, Secretary. NOTICE. IN ORDER TO FAJILITATE THE prompt settlement of accounts, all psrtiet are respectfully requested to render their monthly bills IN DUPLICATE on the first of each month. Should bills not reach this office on the lit of the month it will necessitate a delay In the settlement of the sume until the following month. . T. L. ODDIE General Manager Tonopah M'gCo. Tonopab, Nevada, December 16, lUtni We Sell Whisky, E. A. FARGO COMPANY, Wholesale Liquor Merchants, 810 Front Street, San Francisco. Try Our "JOCKEY CLUB" Best Whiskj in the World to Drink LEGAL. No. 001. Application for Patent UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE Camsos city, OHMHHV CO . Nkvaua, September lu. wus. - NOTICE5IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE Ohio-Tonopan Mining Company, of Tono pah, Nevada, a corporation, by and through itH attorney In-faut S. A. Kuaup, whose postomce address in llutler Clly, County of Nye, State of Nevada, ban thin day tiled its applicatlou for a patent for INJU linear feet of the Arizonaminlng claim, together with surface ground feet at the east end thereof and &M feet at the went end thereof, aituated In the Tononah Mining District, County of Nye, Ktate of Nevada, and designated by the Held utiles and official plat on file In thisortloe as United States Miueral Sur vey No. , iu Township and North, Kange East, M. L. M. being described as follows, to-wlt: SURVEY No. 2088. ARIZONA LODE. Commencing at Cor. No. 1, a pine post 44 ft. long, 4 inches square set 18 inches In the ground scribed l-MJ identioal with the S. W. Cor. of the location, whence the U Sec. stone of the south boundary of Seo S4. T. No 3 N., K No. E M. U. M bears N.64 deg. 4V W., . ft. Thence N ?U deg. 54' E 4HJ. feet intersects S. boundary Seo. S4 8. KUdeg. US' E., 8I4.K ft. from the H Sec. Cor. 71.1 ft. Cor. No. & A pine post 'i ft. long, 4 inches square set IH Inches in the ground scribed li-awH Identical with the south side center of the location, louu feet Cor. No a. A pine post 4', ft. long, 4 Ins. square set 18 ins. In the ground scribed H-KUHH identical with the S. E. Cor. of the locution, with Cor. No. 8 Sur. No. H1 Colorado Lode. Thence N. 4 deg. 48' W. 'Mi i feet locution and discovery pine post 4'i ft long, 4 inches square set IH inches In the ground scribed Loo Ills. Hut identical with the Luc. Dls. ot the Locution, whence the discov ery shaft bears S. ?udeg 64' W. 16 ft. the lode line bears S. ?U deg. 54' W., 4UV 7 feet Cor. No. t 8ur. No. I47. 545.8 feet Cor. No 4 A pine post 4 ft. long, 4 Inches square set IH inches lu the ground scribed Identical with the N. E. t or. of the location. Thence fct. 72 deg. !' W. 742 5 feet Cor. No. 5. A pine post 4 ft. long, 4 inches souaru set IH inches In the ground scribed 5-a8 identical with the N. side Cor of the location. I4U0.8 feet to Cor. No. . A pine post 4! ft. long, 4 inches sqi areaet 18 inches in the ground scribed tP4ib8 identioal with the N. W Cor. of the locution. Thence S 4 dug 43' E. 421.4 feet intersect line net sees. 3-84 s w deg. us' K.,847 1 ft. from the Seo. Cor. 586.4 feet Cor. No. I, the place oi beginning. Containing 18.87 acres. Magnetic Variations at all the corners Is 16 deg. W E The location of this mine Is recorded In the Mining Recorder's omce at Butler City, Nye county, state of Nevaua, ana in tne uouuty Recorder's omce at Heiuiont. Nye County. State of Nevada. The adjoining, Claimants are: On the north the Pactum uusurveyed, Clay peters et. ai. ciaimuuts: on the east survey no. 2IM7 Colorado Lode, the Ohlo-Tonopuh Mining Company of Tonopah claimant; on the south the St. Patrick, uusurveyed, Tonopah Fraction Extension xuiningcompany oiaiinunt tne ure gon. unsurveyed, applicant, claimant; on the west the utuii. applicant, claimant. Any and all persons claiming adversely anv portion of said Arizona minlug claim or surface ground are required to Hie their adverse claims with the Register of the United Stutes Land omce at Carson City, Ormsby County. Stale of Nevada, durlug the sixiy (Hoi days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred in virtue of the provisions of the statute. O. H. GALLUP, Register. It Is hereby ordered that the above and fore going notice be published in the Tonopah Honanza, a weekly newspaiier printed and pub lished at Mutler City. County of Nye, Stale of Nevada, for the period of ten (1U) week. O. H GALLUP, Register. Date of nst publication, September 28, 10U3. SUMMONS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, NINTH CIRCUIT, DISTRICT OF NEVADA. Tasker L. Oddle, Plaintiff, vs. WilliamO'.YIeara, Michael J. O' Meara, Thomas J. Lynch, and Michael Sul livan, as co-partners under the lirm name of Lynch a Company, Defendants. Upon the motion of Hugh H. Brown, Counsel for T. L. Oddie, the above named plaintiff, and it appearing to the Court thut the defend ants, William "'Meara, Michael J. O'Meara, and Michael Sullivan are not Inhabitants of. nor are found within, thisdislrlot. nor have vol untarlly entered their appearance herein, anil that perannul service upon said William O'Meara, Michael J. O'Meara, and Michael Sullivan, is not practicable, it is hereby ordered that said defendants, William O'Meara, Michael J. O'Meara, and Michael Sullivan, ap pear, plead, answer or demur to the said com plaint Hied by the plaintiff herein, by the Mitb dav of Octolier, IMtt, and in defuult thereof that the Court will proceed to the hearing and ad judication of said suit: and that this order he published In a newspaper of general circula tion, to-wit: The Tonopah Honanza, a news paper published in Tonopah, Nye county, Nevada, once a week for six consecutive weeks. THOMAS P HAWLEY, U. S. District Judge. United States of America, I District of Nevada. f I, T J. Edwards, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the United States fur the District of Nevada, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Is a full, true and correct copy of the original order now of record In my office. in testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the said court at my office. In Carson City, thla the 14th day of September, A. D., I1KI.1, and In the year of our Independence the lauh. . T.J.EDWARDS. SUMMONS. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE 1 Or Nr.VAUA, In and for the County of Nye. toward u. uoriuun. riaintin, vs. Dortha Nina Dor-nan, Defendan ... Action brought In the District Court of the Stale of Nevada, in and for the County of Nye, and the Complaint Hied In the office of the (''"' of the said District Court. The State of N'"! muos greeting to Dortha Nina Doriuan, Defendant. You are hereby required to appear In an ac tion brought against you by the above named Plaintiff in the District Court of the Slate of Nevada, In and for ti e County of Nye. and IP answer the complaint Hied therein, wlihln ten days (exclusive of ihe day of service) after the service on you of this Summons if served within this county; or, If served nut of this county, but In Ihisdlstrlct, within twenty days, or otherwise within forty days or judgment by default will he taken agalnNt you, according to the prayor of said complaint. The said action Is brought to dissolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between the Plaintiff and Defendant on the grounds of desertion and abandonment by the said Defendant. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer said complaint as atiove re quired. Ihe said Plaintiff will take judgment by default against you according to the prayer f Ihe complaint, towlt: that the marriage re a Hons now existing between the Plaintiff and Defendant In the above entitled action, will be dissolved. tiiven under my hand and the seal of the Dis trict Court of the State of Nevada. County of Nye, this KM day of July In the year of our I.6rd, one thousand nine hundred and three. L. S. i w. r.rtu r,n, i;iers. GEO. W. FOX, Attorney for Plaintiff. MISCELLANEOUS. GET READY FOR SUDDEN CHANGES, Have your cold day togs ready to put on, Then you can't go wrong. Men of Tonopah, Grandpa, Hannapah and Nye Co., fall in with the Masses who are filling our store, selecting and purchasing from our immense and varied assortment of UNERWEAR, SWEATERS, SOX AND OVERSHIRTS and everything you can wish for to keep you comfortable for the winier. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT, OUR STYLES ARE RIGHT. RYAN & STENSON. r Tonopah Building and FIRE-PROOF HOUSES LIME, CEMENT CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS WILL PUT YOU UP A TONOPAH, - Butler Lumber Co. J. T. WHEELER, Manager Yards Ford's Livery Corral LOWER MAIN STREET Before You Build See Us We are the leading lumber Hrm of Tonopab and our prices are right. Dressed and Plain Lumber, xuuumuiUiiiiUiiuuuuuuuuuiiuuiituiiiuutiumtuuunuuiiuuuuutiiiuuuu HANK KNIGHT & CO. ..DISTILLERS' AGENTS.. All Standard Hrands of Whiskies Direct From (iovemment Bonded Warehouses al Wholesale and Retail. Foreign and Domestic Wines, Porter and Alea Champagne: Roederer, Mumm't Extra Dry, Moet A Chandon White Seal, Pommcry IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIOARS Ramsey Building, Center Main Street TONOPAH, NEVADA Tonopah and Mount Owns Two Full Claims at Tono pah, Nevada . . . Also a Short New York-Tonopsh and Tonopah and of Kcitb-Kerns properly OFFICERS Dr. J. E. Cowles, Prest.; C. L. Hanson, Vlce-Prest.; D C:. Narver, Hon. Hymn L. Oliver of Los Angeles, F. W. Armatage. Agency State Hank and Trust Co., Treasurer, Tonopah, Nevada f 4 t A limited amount of Treasury Htock offered ait low Pries for development work. etc. Address Tonopah and Mount Butler Gold Mining Co., Tonopah, Nev., or 84 Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois Hotel Valley View E. HART & CO., Proprietors WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS The Best Attention Oivan to Our Patrons Telephone No. IS UPPER MAIN STREET 3O000OO00OO00O0O0O0O0O0OOC p. h. Mclaughlin, Agent Tonopah, Nevada STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER OLINE STEWART Has opened an office, opposite HonaniaOfflco n Bt. Patrlt-k street and Is prepared to do any and all work In Stenography and Typewriting Work solicited and satisfaction guaranteed oRateseasonable. Official Court Reporter, Mono County, California. iisiii - " Press Brick Company HOUSE ON EASY TERMS NEVADA Doors, Windows, Mouldings Butler Cold Mining Co. Situated a Short Distance from Tonopah City... Distance from California properties, and (our claims east on the east of Tonopah. AND DIRECTORS C. S. LEMON II. FLETCHKh. H. FLETCHER CO., Investment Brokers TONOPAH, NBVADA Members Tonopah Mining Kichang Fiscal Agents for the UNITED TONOPAH MINING AND DEVELOPMENT CO. We will buy or sell for you Tonopab Stocks u prevailing murk, t prices at regular rate of eos) mlsslon as fixed .by tbe Exchange at actus! casta value of slock. We want your business and will earefullj guard your Interest. If you will send us your order, for any toek you wish to purchase, we will secure It for yo at the loweat price possible. All certificates ordered will be transfered Is your name or any other name you may deslml on bonks of respective Company and New Certi ficate so issued. Send for prospectus or rella''" Information which will be furnished on am Company offering stocks for sale In this vicinity; we will investigate land report on any "Wc" mines or prospects in this district. We report on sll kinds of mining ventures. Address H. FLETCHER CO. Box 118 Tonopah, Nye Co., N Ed. J. EPPERSON, Boot and Shoe Repairing. I strive to please my customer RepalrlM sll it brancbea Give me a trial. Shop; Two doors above Btlmler's Hotel.