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VOL. XXXVII. GOLD HILL. STOREY CO.. NEVADA: WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 21. 188L NO. 6574. THE EVENING NEWS Pablwbed trmrj day (Sunday* exoeptedj, ■* **< «W* PCBUNUIJIU CO. 07" Entered at I be Gold Hill poetofflce u moodU-cIm matter. TUMI. nir, by Hall or Kiprnt •* <X> •tx Monttia s uo Three Mootb* I W (PofUgi pre-paid.) Delivered la Gold Hlli.VLnjloia, gUeerttlty Oaraoa. Dayton, Batro, tie., at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PEI WEEK. Payable to tbe Camera. 07*AU comuanieatioD* aboald be ad dreeaed to the " Neva Publishing Com pany." Golil Hill, Ntrada. OUR ADVFRTISINQ AQENTS. 0. W. CRANE. No*. 318 Pine and 10 Leldeedorff #tr*eta : : Ban FranoUoo CAOWIN A ALLEN. : : : : Canon City W. X. LANO. : : : : . Empire City 8. M. JAX180N, : : : : Beno 0. CHENOWETH. : : Winnemnooa NEW YORK. J. H. Bate*., : : 41 Park Row 8. X. Pmisoill A Co., : : 97 Park Ko« 0*o. P. Row*ll, A Co.. 10 8prnc« Street Tra Parti may be found on file in New Tork at tbe newspaper agenciea of J. H. Batea. 41 Park Bow ; 8. X. Pettcngill A Co., 37 Park Row, and Goo. P. Rowell A Co., 10 Hpraee street. SELECT ITEMS OF INTEREST. A Ttzu jury wrote ita vrrdict thai: "We. the gory, tloe tba deflndint on# eiut." A pilUr of the charcb, to be of any Mr via*, ehould, like any otbar pillar, have capital. Foand at laat—A boot and ahoa abop baoga out tba aign, "Caat iron laala." Wa all know it doaa, bat «o don't want boo la mad* of it. A cynical EogUabtuan aaya America ia a oouatry where a tnan'a etatemeut ia not wortb two centa naleaa backed ap witb an offer to bet yoa $10. Patti while in JJe* York laoched on baked beana. Tbia fact waa telegraphed Eaat and the receipta of her flret con cert in Boaton amoanttd to over $14,000. A paper eotillrd the Plutnbfr*' Journal baa Men atart*d in New York, bnt it doaa not fairly repreeent tba gaild, for il cornea when yon aend for it. It ia • cnrioaa fact that a ball fired through glaea may meke a bole enough amaller than the fall eize of the ball be fore firing to prevent an anflred ball of tba aame caliber from paaeing through. Tbia ia what bappena |wb»n women vota in Springfield, Maaa.: "A anddeo change cama over the acena aa two women entered. Profanity ceaaed, lead talk waa haabrd, and aa the fair votera tiptoed acroaa the tobacco-etained floor, the crowd about the boxea politely divided to give them room." One of the ei rename made a great atir laat eammer by allowing "tba band aooaeat woman in America" at the bead of ita etreel proctaeione. A rival circu* will neit aeaaon exhibit "tbebandaomeat man and waman in the world," and a pretenee of offering $30,000 for the pair ia made. MISCKLLISKOI'S. LYONS & MONAHANr bEALIKS IN WOOD AND COAL. Ike V. «V T. Old Deed, VIRGINIA CITY. WOOD CLT ASD SPLIT ANY LKNOTII dealrad »n.l dallet-r-'d it .hurt nolle*. The Bml Wood Id the Virginia Muktl can cow ba mm at oor Yaw. Beioro purcbaaimt an Inferior article call anil i xaiuloa unr clock. Wi an alH Agrnu for tba C.-labrated EXCELSIOR POWDER, Tha molt powerful Mtro.<U)Ccrlnelii the mar ket. II ba« lea* noiloua fuu.e» tban an7 olbar powd«r m«nufactarr<l Try It and he ouo vInert! TbU t« rot a ao called S>M| I'uWdrr, bat A KTAMOAHU MTrtO-ULYl'KHlIK lllc.ll EXPLOSIVE, Vluliig iu>n will Oi.il II to their advantage to «Ito the Kic«lator l'owder a trial. LYONS A MONAHAN. tvomca-At (be Yard. Main Offlca at J. 0. C'lKR.E's AlCTION^IIOCSK, South 0 ureal. WOOD AND C011 DEPOT 1 ltfTT FINK. WAHHOB LIMB. SPLIT PIN* I" and olbar yarletlaa of Wood, and • full ■apply of ROCKY MOUNTAIN COAL On band and for «ala at tba LOWEST CASH phi on. VVLL WKlnllT AMD SIKAIWUK UlAUANTKM). Wood aawad at abort notice aad at low rata* OPTO)*—Waar Kaliroad Depot. Gold Bill, ttm THOMAS OALLAOUKK. THE ARGONAUT, AS AM KKI CAN JUl'KNAL o» Politics, LUeratare. Society sad Satire. PUBLISHED AT SAX rSAXCISCU, CAL. rroi AROONACT 18 A REPRESENT ATI VI X Jo«real of Anxrtcan Idra* and literature. It ta tborgqfhly lu.lep»Ddeot In tta editorial trratmaet of tba toplca of tba day. It aim* to «1va tba beat Pacific cotat literature obtainable, aa wall a* tba correal gotd thins* of tba preaa. It ia pabllebed weekly at #4 per je«r. fa M fcr ad moo tba; f I SO lor three mcntba. pay. abla la ad Tan o*. Meat poatpald no receipt of prtee. Hpwlmao copy ee«t free. Adder** "THE AKOONAl'T,"ua California atreat. Sun FrancUoo, Cal. JaS4 CAUTION. A1^ 52SV" HEHEBY TVtolD —* HIU. Dac»b.,®^£®* COU*TXH. UNITED STATES MiNINQ LAWS. urouATios roa locator* asd owheis or nan. ipplMiilcu for riUaU-B«« (• Did with Crtw UAn-ThuI ■UhU-Admit Ctalasa— Tht Law la Bigtitl la Allwi-IH. ktrucxziox or taxext. Where pa peri hare once been filed with the Register and Heoeiver, tbey become a part of the record, and oan neither be withdrawn nor returned, bat mntl be transmitted to the Oeneral Land Office. An application will be rejected when the deecription •( the premUee U erroneous or insufficient. Application for patent will ba rejected because: Fint—The notice wu pabllahed without the knowledge of the HrgUter. Second—The notioe wu not published in a newapaper designated aa pabllahed nearest the claim. Third—Becord title waa foand defective, and: Fourth—A previoua application had bean made for the same premieea, which wu withdrawn pendlug a auit in court com munced by the adverso clalmaat. An application for patent will b« rejected when the survey does not accurately de fine the boundaries of the claim. Where the claim waa not located In ac cordance with law. Where several parties own separata and diatinct portions of a claim, application for patent may be made by either for that portion of the claim owned by him; but wbcro several partlea own undivided in teresta in a mining olalm, all thoald Join in an application for a patent. A person or aaeociation may porchue u many placer locations aa the local law ad mit*. and embrace them all in one appli cation for a patent. Two or more lodes cannot be embraced in one application fur a patent except for placer claims embracing two or more lodes within their boundaries. Papers sworn to before any person par porting to act aa a deputy for the lteglster and Receiver, cannot be recorded aa evi dence. • * • • • • •- * Ia all patent* lor mining ciaim* auuaieu within tho lutorior boundaries of a town •itu. a clauto ia inacrted "exoepting aud excluding all town property, right* upon the aurfaco, and all bouaea, buildluun, atrueturM, loU. block*, itreet*. alley*, or other municipal improvement* not belong ing to lb* grantee herein, and all right* nece***ry or proper to the occupation, po* ■CMion and enjoyment of the tamo." Publication o( notice muat bo made In only one nuwipaper (or the period of *ixty day*. Notice muit be publithed ten coniecu live week* in weekly newipapen, and in daily nuw*paper* *ixty day* mutt elapee between the tint and the laat insertion*. Where the ltegisler deaiguate* the daily iiaue of a newtpapcr for publication of notice* of a miniug application for patent, it ia not a compliance with law to change to the weekly edition of the aame paper without autboiity of the Regiater. The exiatenc* of a tall apring on a tract of land withdrew* it from the operation of the bomeatead and pre-emption lawa. A bearing for the purpo** of proving tho •gricuitural character of auch land i« uot allowed. Laud coutaiuing valuably de posit* of alate may bo entered uudur tbo mining Act*. ADVEB8K CLAIM*. Advert* claimant* uiuat file a icparate and dutinct claim agaiuat each application which it ia alleged conflict* with tbo pnm i*e» owned by *uch advene claimaut. The paper* in an advene claim once filed cannot be withdrawn, but become a part of the record. Wheu an advene claim ha* been filed it cauuot be amended 10 aa to embrace a larger portion of the premiae* than that described in the original advera* claim. An advene claim muat ba made out in proper form and filed in th* proper local ufilco during tbo period of publicatiou of tho application for th* patent to be effective. It i* tho dnty of th* advem claimant to commence «uit in proper form withiu the required time, and if ne truata the unccr Uiu medium of tho United tttatea mail, be muat abide the couiequencea, ahould th* delay enauo through misfortune or acci dent. Should the failure to communco auit be the re*ult of the corrupt or diahon eat action of hi* attorney, the Interior De partment cannot redrea* th* wrong. An adveree claimant ahould *et forth in detail the facta upon which ho baac* hi* advene claim. A (tatement in general term*, embodying conclu*ion* of law, without atatlng the facta apecially, will not bo con*idered in evidence. An advene claimant ahould ahow a com pilauce with the local law* in recording hi* claim and in regard to expenditure*, and •ball file a copy of the original notice of hi* location, and *how tho nature or extent of the condict alleged. An allegation of par lie* to a *uit that they compose the company ia auBlcient, and tbey are not required to prove that they are the original locaton or the iden tical partiea wbo pr**euled th* adverae claim. AUU1CULTVHAL OB aiiUWl, U»U3. Where land ii of little if any valuo for agricultural purposes. but ii essential >«. tbe proper development of mining claims, it should be disposed of under tbe mining Act. Where lands containing valuable mineral depoeita have been includrd in an agricultural entry, said entry will be can celed at any time prior to liauance of patent, upon aatiafactory evidence of tbe existence of auch valuable depoeita. Where valuable depoeita of mineral are discovered upon a tract after tbe aame baa been enter«d aa agricultural, but before patent baa been iaaued, the partiea claim ing tho mine may make application for pateut for aame, and the agricultural entry will be canceled to that portion of the land embraced by said mining claim. Where mineral depoeita are disoovcred on agricultural landa after tho patent baa been issued to an agricultural claimant, they pus with the pa (cut. Agricultural college scrip cannot be re ceived in payment for claima. mm. A foreigner may make a mining location and dispomi of it, provided be becomes a citixrn before disposing of the mine. Proof that the party waa not a citizen beforo dis posing of hia claim muat be affirmatively shown. Locators and intermediate owner* other than applicant* will not be presumed alien* in the absence of allegation or ob jection prior to itsnance of patent. Tbe portion of a mining claim aold to an alien cannot be patented while auch owner is an alien; but on hi* declaration to become a citisen, hi* right date* back to hia purchase, and ho may thereupon secure United State* patent for hi* claim, cnoee lxdou. Revised Htatutee. Section 3336. Where two or more ledges croe* or Inter sect each other, priority of title aball gov ern. and auch prior location shall be enti tled to all ore or mineral oontained within the space of interaction, but tbe subse quent location shall have the right of way through tho space of intersection for the pnrpoee of the convenient working of the mine. And where two or more veins unite, the oldest or prior looalion shall take the vein below tbe point of onion, Including nil the spaee of intereeetton. toxkhj. Then la no authority of law for a tunnel location 3000 by 1500 feet. A proper loca tion ie the width of the tunnel for 3000 feet. There la no proviaion of law for patent ing tunnel location*, but lode* dieoorered in running a tunnel may be patented in like manner ae other lodee. The right la granted to tunnel owner* to 1600 feet of each blind lode, not previouriy known to exiit, which may be aiaoovered In their tunnel. When a lode la itruok or diaooverad for the drat time in running a tunnel, the tunnel ownera hare the option of record ing their claim of 1500 feet all on one ride of the point of diacovery or interaection, or partly on one tide thereof and partly on the other. Proepecting for blind lodea la prohibited on the line of a located tunnel, while the tunnel i* in progreaa, but other partiee are in no way debar red from pro* pec ting for blind lodta or running tunnria, *o long aa they keep without the line of inch tunnel Of Prvaldaal mf Ik* a**r4 of Trnai*** or Ik* Tewa of U*ld HUI. ANNUAL REPORT ■KCKirra fbo* all aouaoaa. Llccnae*, real e*tato taxe*. per F. W. Folaom L. T.Fox ningham 1,370 75 ao 00 6,000 00 Total DiaBuaauoum. >30,833 03 1,857 St—$30,853 08 amount or rnoriarr imiuid fob the TUBS 1840 and l ayi. Real property $1,577,121 SO Personal property 21,015 00 ToUl .$1.501,139 80 Taxes tbereon at 1 k p«r cent. $20,014 24 Amount exempted by law and Board of Trustees Ml 69 Amount charged to Town Marshal $19,359 85 Amount of delinquent tax roll drlivered to Town At torney $1,835 87 Ten per cent, delinquency.. 133 53 Total $1,468 90 Amount not eued (or and withdrawn by order of tho . Board $198 jj Amount collected with the 10 per cent, added 1,270 75 Total $1.468 90 Amount of License* lMued to Town Marshal $10.888 50 Amount eold $0,287 89 Amount returned. 4,10111 Total $10.888 50 Amonnt of Bullion Tax on product of mince. $279 53 TOWN BOND* CANCELED. No*. 1U3 and 104, Uaued August 14th, 1879 ; time, 1 year ; duo August 14th, 1880; canceled August 14th, 1880. OUTaTAKDIXO TOWN BONDS. No. 100, amouut $5000, due May 1st, 1881. Nos. 108 and 109, amount $10,000, dne Au gust 14lb, 1881. Nos. 105 and 106. amount $10,000, due NoTember 1st, 1881. Amount of bonds $25,000 00 InU rrst due on samo to April 13th, 1881 523 00 Total $23,523 00 Ia labmittiug my annual report, u re quirvd by law, I havo doomed it proper that the taxpayer* tod citiioni ihould bo informed of tbe condition of tbe town and iu Unsocial (landing at tho preaent time. Tbe tlnaucr* of tbe town are in a very healthy condition, ounildering tbe extreme JullocM of buiineea the put year. Tbe revonuo from tho different branch** of buainei* baa been ateadily on tbe de crease tbe past year, and tbe Board of Trustee* have been governed in expendi ture* accordingly. Five tbouiand dollar* of tbo town debt bare been liquidated. Iu tbe different department* tbe greateit care havn beeu taken by tbe Committee* to have tbe running expenae* of tbe town aa low aa tber could po**ibly be made and aati»fy the oltizen* at large. Tito water work* and everything con nected with them are in the very beat of order. Tbe Chief Engineer of the Fire Department baa been very vigilant in look ing after tbe hydranta and maim, and keeping them in good condition. The itreut* have been well attended to and kept in good order. Tbe officera of the town have been faith ful and cnergetia in tbo diicbarge of their dutira. Tbo police have been vigilant in guarding tbo intcroaU of tbe town and keeping away tniplcioua character* who arc alwaya watching for opportunitiea to practlco their nefarioua busiutss. The Fire Department are deaerving of much praise for tbe abloand efficient man ner in wbiob tbey have acquitted tbem eolvc* on all occasiona when their lorvicoe were required. I trn*t the people of Oold Hill will continue to have their lntereata guarded In tho future by aa an cffiolent body of firemen aa tboee who have guarded theui In tho paat. In conclusion, I would eay that onr dutie* aa a Board of Town Truateei will •oon be at an end. Tbe people of Oold Ilill are aoon to have a change of govern ment. tbe laat Legialaturedisincorporating the town and paaaing the Conaolidatlon bill, by which the city of Virginia and the town of Oold Hill have been consoli dated with the connty of Storey in one government. It waa the opiuion of those advocating the meaaure that tbe intereita of all concerned would be furthered by having one government lnitead of three. Aa it la bnt an experiment, it remain* to be even what advantage*, If any, will be gained to tbe budneaa portion of tbe town by tbe change. It will, In my e*tlmatlon, bo found neceaaary by tho incoming ad miniitration to exeroia* the greateat dla cretion in tbe management of affair* for tbe coming year. Tbe revenue from taxable property will be very much leea than what It vu lait year, and la likely to contlnuo decreaalng nnleaa aome development* in the mine* would give a new aspect to affaire. I ainoerely thank tbe member* of tbe Board for tbe very able manner in wbieb tbey have aaaiated me in tbe management of town affair*. Being oompelled by other busine** to abeent myaelf a good deal from the town and from tbe meeting* of the Board, I feel grateful tor the Indulgent ■plrit manifested toward me by the mem ber*. In eloalng your labors you can feel a Just pride within youraelvee that yon have bad at all time* the beat interest* of tb* town at heart. Yoor labor* have been arduous and without ooapuartos, only inch u you moat >11 feel within yourselves —that gratifying reminder that u publio •erruu you hare performed the duties incumbent upon you and hare proved yourselves deterring the oonfldenoe of the people of Gold Hill. L. T. Fox, President of the Board of Trustees. OUR LIVE BUSINESS MEN. ITtDI AWAKE AD VIRTUES* WHO TB11TI TH11UII. Mnrtuiac ■H>m cn»m Bui ■s— rw»H Hd PMferlly Vel> lew-TfeM to Ike I» perl Mi— el All WIM Bert Triad Ik AMUSEMENTS. Pipen' Open House, Virginia City. BANKERS. Agency Nevada Bank of San Franclaoo, 0 street, Virginia 01(7. BROKERS. L. B. Frankel, Main street, Oold Hill. T. B. MoOnrn, IOC South 0 street, Vir ginia City. CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. Banner Brae., Comer 0 and Taylor itreeta, Virginia. OIOABS AND TOBACCO. D. Thorborn, oppoelte N«w« offloe, Main atreet, Gold Hill. DRUGGISTS. Hubroaok A Hall, Main street, Gold Hill, opposite Yellow Jacket engine-honse. John Jones, Jr., Main street, Gold Hill. DENTIST. A. Chapman, 160 South 0 street, Vlr» ginla Oily. FANCY GOODS. D. Thorborn, Main street, Gold Hill. 8. W. Chubbuok, Postoflloe store, Main atreet, Gold Hill. FOUNDRIES. Oold Hill Foundry, Lower Oold Hill, George Emmet, proprietor. Reno Foundry, Reno, Andrew Fraaer, proprietor. QBOCEBIES, PBOYISIONB, ETC. 7. W. Folsom, Main atrMt, Gold Hill. Biohard Mcrcer, Main street, Qold Hill. T. B. McOurn, Main street, Qold Hill. HOTELS AMD BE8TACBANTS. Qold HU1 Bakery and ItMtaarant, Main itreet, Gold Hill; J. P. Becker, Pro prietor. City Bakery, 27 North 0 itreet, Virginia City; Fitsmeier A Arm bruit, Propria Ion* HABDWABE. W. N. Hall A Co*, Main atrMt, Oold Hill. LAUNDBY. Pioneer Lanndry. north of Virginia City; 0. W. Hall, Proprietor. NEWS DEPOTS. D. Thorburn, oppoelta Niws offloe, Main itreet, Oold Hill. 8. W. Chubbuek, Poetoffloe (tore, Oold Hill. PHYSICIANS AND SUBOEONS. Dr. 3. U. Hall, Main itreet, Oold HU1. SALOONS. Fashion, Main itreet, Oold Hill; S. B. Tnrney, proprietor. WOOD AND COAL. Thomaa Gallagher, near railroad depot, Oold Hill. THE SUN FOR 1882. Tns Scn for 1882 will make lti fifteenth annual revolution nnder the preient man agement, ihinlng, aa always, for all, big and little, mean and gracloui, contented and unhappy, Bepubllcan and Democratic, depraved and virtuous, intelligent and obtuie. Tue Bun's light it for manklnl and womankind of erory eort; but 1U genial warmth it for the good, while it poura hot dlicomfort on the blliUring backa of tho persistently wicked. "" Tai 8ux of 1868 was a nowspaper of a new kind. It dlscsrded many of the forms and a multitude of the saperflous words and phraaes of anolent journalism. It undertook to report in a freab, succlnot, unconventional way, all the news of the world; omitting no event of human in terest, and commenting upon affairs with the fearleesness of absolute independence. The success of this experiment was the success of T» Sum. It effected a per manent change in the style of American nowipaperi. 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Bond ud tea wtmt iboM ujr who hsrs SMITH'* PIANOS in > our mld*t on this Cosst. 8»*» your money Ud burst FIH8T HANDS. Dont bs humbugged, bat tend for O»tslogus tod psrtloulsrs ud sstlsfy yoursslvss of lbs truth of idt ssiwrtion. Any style of PIANO or OROAN Met on riKTEKN DAYS TEST TRIAL, by furnish tug Bsnksr's. Esprsss or Hsllrotd Oompsny's ow Uflctte of deposit fur smoant. Also SHEET MUSIC st ons-hslf msrkst pries JAME8 8. SMITH, (Minubctursr*'ReprsssoUtlT*), * 575 Market Street, n m RAW FRAHOIBCO. CAL. STEVENSON'S Patent Maald Board AMALGAMATING FAN, .FATKNTKD, APRIL 10, 1870. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, Philadelphia, 1870, AWARDKD FIHHT PBKMIl'M —Ton AM DdltOVBD— Grinding and Amalgamating Pan. Tbib pan is FAR BUPKlUOR to all otbera In (everal Important particular*. The Orlndlng Mullara are near lb* crater, re quiring lei* power. 1 b* ploweheped groove* rata* the quiekeilver wltb tlio pnlp regularly, with le** power, without vloleucu. and with better amalgamating effect, beeldee admitting a larger charge. The Inclined abaped hooalngi of the moller-plate opening* efficiently fore* tba palp dlrecily under the mailer*. Manufactured at tb« Unlden Bute aod Mlnm' Iron Work*, 237 to 331 Fl»*t Mreet. Ban Kran eiaco, and at the tiato* A Seovllle Iron Work*. >3 booth Canal afreet, Chicago, where It can be examined and lurthor particular* be learned; or pernio* mar apply to the Inventor aod Pat. entee, 0 0. BTEVKNHON, at the Douglaa Mill, Oold Hill, Nevada, ^bere the I'ana have long been lu operation. Dr. SPINNEY, NO. II KEARNY STREET, Treat* all Chronic; and NpeelalJDUeaeae YOUNG MEN WHO MAT HF. RCFFBRING FROM the effect* of jontbful follle* or Indie cretlon will do w*ll to avail tbcm»*lv»* of tbl*. the greateet boon ever laid at tha altar of (of fering humanity. OB. Bl'lNNBf will gnaran. tee to forfeit for every caae of Bemloal Wukoti* or private dlaea** of any kind or character which he undettake* and fall* to cure, ■IDDLE*AUKO MBS. There are many at Ibe ige of thirty to »lxty who are troubled with too irequest evicaatloo* of the bladder, ofteo arcompaoled by • alight •martInn or burning *rn«*llon andawtakm log of the eyatem lo a manner the patient can not account for. On examlulng the urinary deixMlta a ropy aedlmeot wlil often be foand, and fomrtlme* email particle* of albumen will appear, or the color will benfa thin, mllklah ho*, again changing to a dark and torpid ap p*araoc«. Thw* are many men who die of tbl* difficulty. Igonratil ol the cium, which la the rccoud atage of aemlnal weakneta. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure In all auch ca»ea. and a healthy rcatoratloo of the gaolto urinary orgao*. OOoe Hoora—10 to 4 and 0 to 8. Sunday*, from 111 to It a.m. Consultation fr*e. Thor ough examination aod advice, $3. Call or addreea lin NP1MNF.Y A CO., anBtf No. 11 Kearny etreet. Ban Kranclrco. G, W, CRANE, PURCHASING AGENT, EiUbllahed In 1873. PERSONS RIPIDINQ AWAY FROM BAD KrancUco, la want of ur artlele of MERCHANDISE, Qrtat or email, can hare their ordara filled promptly, tod at the »«ry loweet cub price*, by addraealng the und*ralirn*d. 0. W. CRAMS, HI Pine atrret. Room SB. and 10 Leldeadorfl et* et. HaoKrancleco. Cal. JjrlJ IT DITCMTC oBiained tor mechanical a» ■ A I kll I O Tlcee. medical or other oom pound*. ornamental deelgne trade-marki and label*. Cartat*. Aaalgnmantii, Interferenoea, Appeal*, Bnlta far Infrtngcmeota and all caeca arlalng nnder the PATENT LAW! promptly *t tended to. INTENTION* THAT IIATR BEEN nr ICPTCn b» ">• p,teDl ooce may HtJtUtU atlll. In moat cae*e,bep3 anted by oa. Bring oppo alt* the Patent Office, we can make clowr eaanhev, and aecure Patent* mora promptlr, and with broader claim*, than thoee who are remote from Waablngton. IMUCIITADC Mod n» a model or iketab 111 Yell I Uno 0' r>nr I we make exiatnitlMi ran of oumi, and advtae aa to patentability. Prleee low. and NO CHAROB CNLXSe PATENT IB SECURED. We refer to official* In tho P*t*n» Office, to our cllento la erarr State of the Pnloo, and to raw Banitora and KcpraeentatlTa tn Oeofreaa, Special rafareooea glTeo when deelred. Iililr—> a A. BNOW k 00- ■ OpporttoPateotOffiea Weahlngton P.O. NOTICE. LL BILLS AQAItlBT TDK TOWN OP Gold BUI mut be prceentad before BON ,T, MAT M, 1M1. Per Order. W. 0. HYDE, Clark of the Board of Troitaea. OoU BUI, April SI, 1181. «td < A BiilK&H AID BKOEIBB. THE NEVADA BANK sah raui oisoo <uuro amu Paid .1» On Html M.IIMH OaM r»(0. (VBoja and Mil* Exchange and Talagnphlc Tnuwfrn. lata** OoamcrcUl ud TraTNan* Cradlia. Thto bank fcaa gpteui teeUUU* (or doling Id bullion. itt L. B. FRANKEL, •TOOK AND MONIY BROKIR. OfflOI-Mala MNMt CtaM BUI, JaM ttor* tha Btak «f(MH irrocu bought, sold and cab* 1 BIBD ON MABGINS. 1 a T. R. McGBBiX .STOCK AND MONEY BROKER. 106 S«atk 0 St., Ylrflila, ILL BUT Aim ULL STOCKS ON 00*. ,, mlaaloa on tta moat farorahU una i will alto eairj Stoeka oa Martin and all GOLD AND ULTBB BOUGHT AMD I ■ SOLD. f. N. HALL & CO., 166 Main Street, flold 1111, HOLBSALK. AHDJR1TA1L DKALKM H A R DWAR E OF KVBBT DtSOBtPTIOK. Sheet Iron, Copper and Tin Work 0/>ll klcdi done to ordar at ibort notlco. or tools a ^picialty. "W F. W. F0L80M, ■aim SUM* MM HIU, (SoeoMwr to BoMaaoa k KoUom,) Wbolmlo ud B«Utl DMlor 1b FAMILY GROCKRIE8, PB0T1BI0V8, KtC. HO LI kQUST IN GOLD HILL FOB MR I. KILLS' CHAMPAGNE BAKING POWDIR,: piLB BUT UT TBI 1CABEIT — ONLT .nqalrw tuUf Um quatltr of any otter kind. ^LL FABTIM UDKBTXO TO TBI LATE Bra of BOBINBON * FOLBOM ci r^nMtod to CALL AND SETTLE rpHKIR AOCOUNT8 WITHOUT .DILI! tad NT* COM. 4 GROCERY STOREi RICHARD MRRCRR, MAIN «TIIKKT.aOLD MILL. ^OW Oil HAND AND FOB RAM CBXAF | FAMILY & FANCY GROCERIES }W ON HAN] FOB OA1H. A Urn AwortSMUt oi GROCXRIR8 AND PBOVlslONB dlract ftooi Um OtllfonUlU* keU, eonprUlM In ^wt I TEAS, 8DOAB8, COFFEE, BPI0E8 CAN FBDIT, DRIED FBUIT, BYBDP8. OYBTEB8, BICE FLODB, CANDLES. BUTTXB. Provisions of ill Kinds. THE BEST OF Wi« AND LIOUORS AT WbOLZtALI AND BRAIL. VEGETABLE* AND FRUIT*. . VOMa Mtnnd Km of lw KICHABD MERCEB. THE PIONEER SHAVINB Jt HAIROREStlNB SALOON 0. POHL. PNOPNI1TOR. MAIN Tt«IT,„ .tWLP H11X, OPPO«1U OlbMB1* *41000. T0WSL1 AND «BABP BA*0*A lattepHM.1 yo«tomtu. rsuTixs. GOLD HILL "DAILY NEWS" NEW8PAP1QB • •••AMD. • • • JOB PRINTING ; IITAIUaMMINT. flaln Street, Gold Bill NEVADA Books, Pamphlets, Receipt Books, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Lefal Blanks, Brokers' Blanks, Election Tickets, All Kinds or Card Work, Mlllia 8T00K CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OB THEATRICAL ■ WIBnB • Dodgers, Flyeri, Programme!, Circulars, Ball Tiokets, Wedding Cards, fiaiineiB Cards, v Labels, Tags, Eto. Printing:, in Colors) Printing, Plain or Fancy) Printing in All Styles. PRINTING DONE TO OBDER WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH •mUfOI TBI*..* most seasonable teems m«iAVD AT TU«»m LOWEST CASH RATES. THE Gold Hill Dally News, (MTABLUEKD IK IBM), U potUibad rrtry rr.nlox .zcrpt Bandar. and 1U clKoUtloo txl&t T.ry gui.nluid HtiMln among bIcIde uuS bulMM people, rumillM, •tc., Diktt It • TBI BUT AMD HOST EFFICIENT MEDIUM: *. *. FOB.... MINING, BUSINESS, AND ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. BUSINESS MSN. PROFBSSIONAL MEN. PRACTICAL MSN, An r**p*ctfnlly lnriud to i etitfbl lntptetlM aad crltlelam or OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Mtiki for UMrdilu ftriMd frn THE GOLD HILL NEWS, • •••AS ▲••** FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPIR, b ttoroofhly ldcntlted with tb* bMt la tarMti of u>« conntry, tea all clmu of th« p*opi*. from lb* MIMlB.orU* MKOHAklO, to lb* MIB OU'ANT or tb« BANKKB. ItJdy* tb* LATKbT NcWB, telegraphic aad otbmrla* from HI MTU of tb* World, •ad EVERYBODY READS IT. OUR Weekly Mining Summary 1-nbttalwd wry W*d»*«U7 Is tto Wwwt.k ear*fuily pr«p*j*d from tb* mot mutmmm tto couBcsa. prlrttt aad othrrwlM, ca tba day oI publication, employing an abl* md efflelent corp« of .KSBJiSSfflS. Mt OOUKBCT iSd trt.Ulll B« tSSSttSTSSSmm of tb. mln— o< tba Ooarrocz or W**»oi MCtloo. W« alao (It* U« l*t**t mlatnf ln/omaUoa obtainable Ro> otber part* ol tb* country THE Gold Hill Dally News la dettrered by canton throogboat Sold Hill. 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