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xxxylI ~gqLD HILL. STOREY CO.. NEVADA: TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 24. 1882. NO. 6602 THE EVENING NEWS PablUlMd twrj d»j (San4ajr* axocpinlt, ■* thi kiwi rnsuauiau co. Zy Entered at the Gold Hill poatoflioe m mcooJ-cUm matter. TSHIta. nc, b11bU Of Kxpreae t* 00 Vis Moath* I 00 rirti Moalb* >00 Delivered la arsnsKi. ttUm Olt j Oareoa. Dajtoo. Sutro, tie., el TWENTY-FIVE CENTS MR WEEK. Fmr*M« to tbe ilmni. E^All communication! ihoald be ad* dreaaed to the " New* Publialting Com pany." Quid Uill, Nevada. OUR ADVERTISING AGENTS. 0. W. CRANE. Noe. SIS Pine and 10 Leldeedorff #Ure«ta : : San Franeiaoo OACUVIN V ALLEN, : : : : Caraon City W. M. LANO. : Empire City B. M. JAMISON. s Beno 0. OUENOWETU. : : : Winneaoooa NKW YORK. 3. 11. IUtu.. : t : : 41 Park Row B. M. Parraxoiu. A Co.,: : 37 Park Ho* Omo. P. Howell, A Co.. 10 Spruce Street Txta pArca may be found on flle In New Tork at tlie newapaper agenciee o( J. 11. Batee. 41 Park Row ; 8. M. Pettengill A Co., 97 Park Row, and Geo. P. Rowcll A Co.. 10 Sprace etrcet. Ingersoll't Touching Eloquence. At the fnneral of a little child of a frleuJ of Colonel Itobert O. Iogereoll, in WanbiDHioo, the other d»y, tbe latter delivered the following eloquent ore tioo: "Mr Friend* I Ituow bow vain it is to gild a grief with worda, and yet I with to take from every grave it* fear. Mere in tbia world, wbrra life and death are equal kings, all ahoald be bravo snough to meet wbat all tba dead bave met. The future baa been filled with fear, stained and polluted by the beartleaa past. From tbe wondrona tree of life tba buda and bloeeome fall with ripened fruit, and in tba common bed of earth the patriarcba and bate a al>ep aide l>y aide. "Wby ahoald wo fear that which will cone to ail that ia? We cannot tell, we do aot know, which ia the greater bleu ing—life or death. We cannot aay Ibat death ia not a good. We do not kaow whether the grave ia tbe end of tbia life •r tba door of another, or whether tba aight here ia not eomewhere elae a dawn. Neither can we tell which ia the more forlanate—the child dying in ita mother'* arma before ita lipa bave leeraed to form ft word, or he who journey* all the length of Itla's uneven road, paialally taking the laal alow steps with ataff and erutrb. "Every cradle ssks ua 'Whence?' and •very coffin "Whither?" Tbe poor bar barian, weepinii above hie dead, can an •war these queations aa intelligently and aatiafaoiorily aa Ibe robed prteat of tba ■oat autbeutio creed. Tbe tearful igno rance of tbe one ia jual aa coueoling aa tbe learned aod unmeaning worda cf tbe other. No man, atanding where tbe horizon of a life baa toncbed a grave, baa any right to prophecy a future filled with pain and tear*. It may b« that death gives all there ia of worth to life. If thoee wa preea and atrain againat onr bearta could never die, perhaps that love would witb»r from tbe earlb. Maybe tbia common fate treada from out the patba between our bearta tba waeda of aeiflehneaa and hate, and I Lad rather live and love where death ia king, than have eternal life »here love ia not. An other life ia naught, anleaa wo know and lova again the one* who love u* here. "They who stand with breaking bearta around tbia little grave need have no fear. The larger and the nobler laitb in all that ia and ia to be telle na that death, even at ita worat, ia only perfect reat. Wa know that through tbe common wanta of life—tbe needs and dutiea of each boar—their grief will leasen day by day, until at laat tbia grave will be to them a place of rent aud pcace—almoat of joy. There ia for thrin Ibis consola tion. The dead do not *utf>r. If they live again, their livee will aurely be aa good aa oars. We bsvs no fear. We are all obildren of Ibe sstns mother, snd lbs ssms fate awaite na all. We, too, bava our religion, and it ia tbia: "Help lor the living—Hope lor tbe dead." At the conclusion of Colonol loger aoll's remark*, the littK* cofllu, covered with besntiiul and fragrant (lowers, waa lowsred into its resting place. BUCKirBMAT CAKES. J from ikt S*n Yurk TrUmmt. J Science ha* cvtn revolutionised the nifthod of making buckwheat cake*. Tbe eld way. telling to raiae over night, aour log. fermenting, decomposing and dc*trov log tbe outritirut pari of tbe door, car bonio acid gat waa produced and tbe cake* made light. Cut a wrll-fouodvd aaapicion baa alway* exiatod tbat buckwheat cak< a made in tbia maourr are uowbolcaome aod indigestible, becauae tbe cbrmical action tbat takea place ao altera tbe floor from ita original character tbat tbe aour log or decomposing procvae continue* io the atoraacb and give* riae to dyapep*ia aod kindred trouble*. Tba new way doea away with all decom poeiog, all fermenting or aouriog. and placca upon our table* anioking but bock wheal* in lraa than IS minute*. Tbe leavening alemeiu of tbe new proce**. wbicb la lb* "Koyal Baking Powder," be ing mixed with tbe dour and moiature added. evolve* tbe leavening ga*. and In no way cbaogr* the dough from ita orig inal aweel and nntritioua condition. In point of bealthfuliua*. it ia a poaitive fact tbat buckwheat aod griddlo cake* made in tbla way witb tbe "Koyal" pow der are very beaithy. andean bo eaten witb Impanity by dyapeptice and inralida with out diacomfort. * Varioua preparation and miiturea bare been put on tbe market from time to time to take tbe place of tbe "itoyal Baling Powder." aucb aa "aelf-raiaing" or "grid dle cake" dour*, but analyai* abowa many of tbcm to be made from unwboleaouie aubalitutee and atrong icid*. which bare a corroding effect on tbe membrane* of tbe •tomacb. It 1a much aafcr for all conaum era to purcbaae dour themaelvee that they know to be good and reliable, and add the baking powder at a oooaiderabla aaviug. than to purebaae any of tba to-called "eelf-ralaing" donra. wbicb are uaually compound* of tbe vilest nature, contain ing alum or pboapbatc*. It I* ita ted tbat tbree-fonrtbe of the "eelt-raiaing buck wheat" told in tbe market i« nothing more ft..* "middling*." or the dark-colored gifting* and impurlue* which form the rtfoM in tbe manufacture of tbe big bar «rade* of floor. UNITED STATES MININQ LAWS. ■nroBaATiosr rom mkj*tob» axd owsuu or Mian. ApplioitUu tor Pal*iU-Ba« ta Deal wlik Cnaa MM-Tainl Illkto-UiHM Claim— Tb* Law la Briird I* Allea*—Kl*. attucatiox or rirtn. Where pa pari hava one* bean filed with the Register and Receiver, tbej become a pert of the record, and can neither be withdrawn nor returned, bat mail be trenemitted to the Oeneral Land Offloe. An application will be rejected when the deecription ef the pre mi tea U erroneous or insufficient. Application (or patent will be rejected becauae: ' First— The notice waa published without the knowledge ot the Register. Second—The notice waa not pabliabed in a newepaper designated aa publiahad nearrat the claim. Third—Record title waa found defective, and: fourth—A previous application had been made for tlie aarne premises, which waa withdrawn pending a«uit in court com menced by the adverse claimant. An apuiication for patent will be rejected when the aurvey doe* not accurately de fine the bouudaries of the claim. Where the claim waa not located in ac cordance with law. Where ee feral par tic* own separate and distinct portions of a claim, application for patent may be made by eithar tor that portion of the claim owned by him; but whrre several parties own undivided in terest* in a turning claim, all should Join in an application fur a patent. A person or aaaociation may purrbaae as many placer locations aa the local law ad mit*. aud embrace them all in one appli cation for a patent. Two or more lodee cannot be embraced in one application for a pateut except for placar clairna embracing two or mure lodee within their boundariea. Papers sworn to before any person pur porting to act as a deputy for the Kegisler and Ifoceiver, cannot be recorded aa evi dence. In all patents for mining claims situated within the interior boundaries of a town eite. a clauae ie inserted "excepting and excludiug all town property, rigbta upon the aurfaco, and all houaea, buildings, atructurea, iota, blocks, streets, alleys, or uther municipal improvemeuta not Ixloog lug to the grantee herein, and all rights necessary or proper to the occupation, pos aeaaion and cujoymeut of the same." Publication of notice must bu made in only uue newspaper fur the period of aixly days. Notice must be published ten consecu tive weeks in weekly newspapers, and in dally newspapers sixty days must elapse between the tlrat and the laat insertions. Where the ltegister designate* the daily iasue of a newspaper for publication of notices of a mining application for patent, it U not a compliance with law to change to the weekly edition of the same paper without authoiity ot the Register. The existence of a salt spring on a tract of land withdraws it from the operation of the homestead and pre-emption laws. A hearing for the purpose of proving the agricultural character of auch land is uot allowed. Laud containing valuable de poena of slat* may bo intered under the wining Acta. ADVEUSE CLAIM. Adverse claimants mutt file a separate and distinct claim againsteach application which it is alleged cuutlicta with tue prem iMr* owned br aucb adverae claimaut. Tho papere in an adverae claim once filed cannot U« withdrawn, but become a part of the record. When au adverae claim baa been filed it cannot be aiueuded ao aa to embrace a larger portion of the premiaea than tbat deacribt-d in the original adrcrae claim. An adverae claim muat be made out in proper form and tiled in the proper local oittce during the period of publication of th« application for the patent to be effective. It ia the duty of the advene claimant to commence auit in proper form within the required time, and if he truata the uncer tain medium of the United Statea mail, ho muat abide the couaequencca, abould the delay enauo through uiiafortune or acci dent. Should the failure to commeuce auit be the rtaull of the corrupt or diabou eat action of bia attorney, the Interior Do partment cannot redreaa the wrong. An adverae claimant abould act forth in detail the facta upon which he baaes hla adverse claim. A atateinent in general terme, embodying concluaiona of law, without atating tho facta apecially, will not bo conaidered in evidence. An adverae claimant abonld ahjw a com pliance with the local lawa iurecordinghia claim and in regard to expenditure. and ■ball tile a copy of the original notice of hu location, and abow the nature or extent of the condict alleged. An allegation of partie* to a auit that they compose the company l« sufficient, and they are not required to prove tbat they are the original locator* or the iden tical partica who preaented tha adverae claim. aoaiccLTcaab on xwamiL lands. Where land ia of little if any value for agricultural purpoeea. but ia eaacntial mi the proper development of mining claims, it abould be diapoaed of under the mining Act. Where landa containing valuable uiueral depoaita have beeu iucluded iu an agricultural entry, aaid entry will be can celed at any time prior to iaauance of patrnt. upon satiafaclory evidence of the existence of aucb valuable depoaita. Where valuable depoaita of mineral are diacovered upon a tract after the aame baa been entered aa agricultural, but before patent baa been iaaued, the partiea claim ing tho mino may maka application for patent for aame, aud the agricultural entry will be canceled to tbat portion of the land embraced by aaid mining claim. Where mineral depoaita are diacovered on agricultural landa after the patent haa beeu iaaued to an agricultural claimant, they paaa with tbe paw. nt. Agricultural oollege acrlp cannot be re ceived in payment for claims. UBM, A foreigner may make a mining location and dispute of it. provided be become* a ciliaen before Jiaposing of tbemine. Proof that tbe party wae not a citixen before dia posing of hia claim muat be affirmatively shown. Locator* and intermediate owner* other than applicant* will not be preaumed aliena iu tbe abeence of allegation or ob jection prior to itanance of patent. Tbe portion of a mining claim aold to an alien cannot be patented while inch owner i* an alien; bnt on hi* declaration to become a citizcn. hi* right date* back to hia purchaao, and he may thereupon •ecure United State* patent for hi* claim. CBOM LUKtlS. Raviied Statute*. Section 2336. Where two or more ledge* croM or inter wet each other, priority of title ihall gov ern. and *uch prior location (ball be enti tled to all ore or mineral contained within tbe apace of intersection, bnt tbe aub*e onent location (ball have the right of way through the (pace of intersection for the purpose of the convenient working of the mine. And where two or more vein* unite, tbe oldest or prior location ahall take the Tela below the point of anion, ladading •U tbe ifW pf Interjection, TOXXZU. There U no authority of It* (or ft tunnel location 3000 by 1500 feet. A proper loca tlon is the widtu of the tannel for 3000feet. There is no provision of law for patent ing tunnel locations, bat lode* discovered in running a tannel may be patented in like manner as other lodee. The right is granted to tannel owners to 1S00 feet of each blind lode, not previously known to exist, which may be discovered in their tannel. When > lode U (track or discovered for the first time in ranning a tannel, the tannel owner* have the option of record ing their claim of 1500 feet all on one side of the point of discovery or intersection, or partly on one aide thereof and partly on the other. Prospecting for blind lodee ia prohibited on the line of a located tannel, while the tannel is in progreu, bat other parties aro in no way debarred from prospeoting for blind lode* or running tunnels, so long as they keep without the line of suoh tannel ANNUAL REPORT Of Ik* President of ibe Bsnrd of Trasleea of lb* Town ot Uoltl Hill. To tha Taxpayer* and Citizen* of the Town of Gold Hill: In aocordanoe with Mm requirement* of the Charter of lbs Town of Gold Hill, I herewith lubmlt a report of the financial eituatlon of *ald town for the year ending April 18,1881: Kciim raoM all louxcat. LIccqki, real estate taxes, per sonal property and bullion taxes—M. Kennedy 931,561 28 Delinquent taxes—J. P. Flan Bingham 1,270 75 F. W. Folsom 20 00 L. T. Fox 5,000 00 ToUl 990,892 03 DISBUftSUUUTS. On band, Apr., 1880.$ 1,219 32 By bonds. 10,(>00 00 By coupons 3.493 00 By warrants 14.280 17 By balance 1.857 8*—>30.852 03 amount or fbohbtt Aatnuo fob tbb tubs 1880 and 1881. Real property 91,577,124 90 Personal property 24,015 00 Total 91,801,139 30 * " Taxes thereon at 1 Vt per cent. 920,014 2l Amount exempted by law and Board of Trustees 044 89 Amount charged to Town Marshal - 919.389 85 | Amount of delinquent tax roll delivered to Town At torney 91,335 87 Ten per cent, dcllnqaency.. 133 53 Total 91,488 90 Amount not sued for and withdrawn by order of thb Board 9198 15 Amount collected with the 10 per cent, added 1,270 75 ToUl 91,468 90 Amount of Licenses Issued to Tuwu Marshal 910.888 50 | Amount sold 96,287 39 Amount returned. 4,101 11 ToUl 910.388 50 Amount of Bullion Tax on product of mine* 9279 53 | tows bonds canceled. Nos. 103 and 101. iseued August 14tb, 1879 ; time, 1 year; duo Augnst 14th, 1880; canceled August 14tb, 1880. OUTSTANDING TOWS BONDS. No. 100, amount 95000, due May 1st, 1881.1 Nos. 108 and 109, amount 910,000, due Au gust 14th, 1881. Nos. 105 and 106, amount 910,000, due | November 1st, 1831. Amount of bonds 925,000 00 | Interest due on same to April 13lh, 1881 525 00 1 ToUl $23,525 00 Id submitting my annual report, u re quired by law, I have deemed It proper that tbe taxpayer* and citizen* should be informed of tbe condition of tbe town and iu fluancial standing at tbe pretent time. The flnancra of tbe town are in a very healthy condition, considering tbe extreme dullness of bnsineia tbo past year. Tho revenue from tbe different brancbea of business baa been ateadily on tbe de crease) tbe paat year, and the Board of Trustees ha*# been governed in expendi ture* accordingly. Five thousand dollar* of tbe town debt have been liquidated. In thedifferentdepartments the greatest care have been taken by tbe Committee* to havo the ruuning expense* of tbo town a* low a* they could posaibly bo made and »atisfy the citixeu* at largo. Tho water work* and everything con nected with them are in the very beat of order. Tbe Chief Engineer of the Fire Department ha* been very vigilant in look ing after the hydrant* and main*, and keepiug them in good condition. Tbe itreeU have t>een well attended to and kept in good order. The officer* of the town bavo been faith ful and encrgetio in the discharge of their duties. The police have been vigilant in guarding the interest* of tbe town and keeping away simpleton* character* who are alwaye watching for opportunities to practice their nefarious butiui**. Tbu Fire Department are deserving of much praiiofor tbe able and efficient man ner iu which they have acquitted them •elves on all occasions wbeu their service* were required. I trust tbe people of Oold Hill will continue to have their intereata guarded in tbo future by a* an efficient body of firemen aa tboao who have guarded them in tbe paat. In conclusion, I would tay that our duties a* a Board of Town Truttees will *oou be at an end. The people of Oold Hill ar« aoon to havo a change of govern ment. the laat Legislature disincorporating the towu and passing the Consolidation bill, by which the city of Virginia and tho towu of Oold ilill havo been consoli dated with tbe county of Utorey In one government. It was tbe opinion of those advocating the measnre that tbe interest* of all coucerned would be furthered by having ono government inatead of three. Aa It i* but an experiment, it remains to bo *een what advantage*, it any, will be gained to tbe buaiue** portion of the town by the change. It will, in my eatlmation, be found neceaaary by the incoming ad ministration to exercise the greateat dis cretion in the management of affaira for the coming year. The revenue from taxable property will b« very much Its* than what It was laat year, and la likely to continue decreaalng unless some developments In the minea would give a new aspect to affaira. I sincerely thank the membera of tbe Board for the very able manner in which they have assisted mo in the management of town affairs. Being compelled by other buaineaa to abaent myself a good deal from the town and from tho meetinga of tbe Board, I feel grateful (or the indulgent spirit manlfeeted toward me by the mem bera. In oloaing your labors you can fsel a Just pride within yourselvee that yoa have baa at all time* the beat Interests of thatowaatbaart. lour labor* bava base arduous aad witltoul raponlto, ool7 «nch m 70a mail all (m1 within yonrtelvet —that gratifying "minder that u pnbllo servant* you hara performed the dotlea lnoambent upon yon and hare proved yourselvee deferring the oonildence of the people of Oold 11111. L. T. Fox, President of the Board of Truilee*. OUR LIVE BUSINESS MEN. W1DB AWAKI ADTIRTUIM WHO THI1TI THUUI. UnrUilii ImImi Cr—tea Baat ■— rnlH aa« frMHtily Fal low-Thai la the KihtImm el All Wbe Bare Tried Ik AMUSEMENTS. Plperi' Open Hoom, Virginia City. BANKERS. Agency Nevada Bank of Ban Franoiioo, 0 atreet, Virginia City. BROKERS. L. D. Frankel, Mala itreet, Oold Hill. T. R. MoOorn. 1M South 0 atmt, Vl*» I ■lnla City. CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. Banner Broa., Corner C and Taylor ■treed, Virginia. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. D. Tborbnrn, oppoelte Niwa offloe, I Main itreet, Oold Hill. DRUGGISTS. Hubronok A Hall, Main atreet, Gold Hill, oppoelte Yellow Jacket engine-home. John Jonce, Jr., Main atreet, Gold Hill. DENTIBT. A. Chapman, 180 Booth 0 itreet, Vlr» I ginia City. FANCY OOODS. D. Thorburn, Main atreet, Gold Hill. H. W. Cbnbbnok, Poetoffloe a lore, Main itreet, Gold Hill. FOUNDRIES. Oold HU1 Foundry, Lower Oold HU1, George Emmet, proprietor. Keuo Foundry, Be no, Andrew Fraaer, proprietor. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. F. W. Foliom, Main atreet. Gold Hill, I Hiobard Mercer, Main itreet, Gold Hill. T. R. MeOurn, Main itreet. Gold Hill. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Gold Hill Bakery and Reetaurant, Main itreet, Gold Hill; J. P. Becker, Pro prietor. City Bakery, 27 North 0 atreet, Virginia Oity; FiUmeier A Armbruit, Propria tore. HARDWARE. VT. N. Hall A Co-, Main itreet, Oold I Hill. LAUNDRY. Pioneer Laundry, north of Virginia I Olty; 0. W. Hall, Proprietor. NEWS DEPOTS. D. Thorburn, oppoelte Nswa offloe, Main itreet, Oold Hill. 8. W. Chubbuck, Poetoffloe itore, Gold H1U. PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONS. Dr. J. U. Hall, Main itreet, Gold Hill. | SALOONS. Faabion, Main itreet, Oold Hill; S. B. | Turney, proprietor. WOOD AND COAL. Thomaa Gallagher, near railroad depot, I Gold Hill. 1 THE SUN FOR 1882. Tot Bex (or 1883 will mtke lta fifteenth tnnutl revolution under the preient man agement, ahlnlng, u alwayi, (or til. big and little, mean and graeloua, contonuU and unhappy, Republican and Democratic, depraved and vlrtuout, intelligent and obtaie. Tob 8ex't light la (or mankind and womankind o( every tort; but ite genial warmth ia (or the good, while It poura hot diecom(ort on the bliaterlng backe o( the peralitentlj wicked. Tib Sex o( 1868 wu a newipaper o( a new kind. It dlactrded many of the (ormt and a multitude o( the auperflout worda and pbraaea o( ancient Jonrnallem. It undertook to report ia a freeh, anooinct, unconventional way, all the newi of the world, omitting no event o( human In tereet, and commenting upon affaire with the (earleeineaa of abeolute Independence. The aucceea of thli experiment wu the eucceei of Tat Box. It effected a per manent change in the atylo of American nowipapera. Every important Journal eatabliihed In tbla country in the doaen yeara paat haa been modeled after Tib 8ex. Every Important journal already cxliting baa been modified and bettered by the force of Tub Box'a example. Tub 8ox of 1883 will be the tame out •poken, truth-telling and intcroatlng new» t; a liberal me of the meant which tn abundant proaperlty afforda, we ehall make It better than ever before. We ahall print til the newt, putting it Into readable ibapt, and meaauring lta Importance, not by the traditional yard •tick, but by ita real Intereat to the people. Diatance from Printing Houie Square la not tho flret coniideration with Thb Box. Whenever anything bappena worth report ing we get tho particular!, whether It nap pent In Brooklyn or Bokhara. In polltiea wo have decided opinion*; and are accuetomed to expreta them In language that can be underatood. We aay what we think about men and eventa. That habit le the only aecret of Tbb Scx'a political courae. Tub Wbbblt Sex gather* Into eight Ingea the beat matter o( the aeven dally ■tuea. An Agricultural Department o( unequaled merit, (nil market reporta. and a liberal proportion o( literary, aclentlflc, and domratio Intelligence complete Tib Wbbblt Bex, and make it the beat newe paper (or the (trmer't household tbtt wu ever printed. Who doea not know and read and like Tbb Boxdat Bex, each number o( wblch ia t Oolconda o( intereating literature, with the beat poetry o( the day, proae every line worth reading, newa, humor matter enough to fill a goodalBed book, and infinitely more varied and entertain ing than any book, big or littler If our idea o( what a newipaper ahonld be pleaaea you, tend (or Tib Box. Our terma are aa (ollowe: For the daily Sex, a (our-page aheet o( twenty-eight colnmna, the prioe by mail, poet paid, la 85 oenta a month, or $6 50 a year; or, Including the Sunday paper, an eight-page abeet of tlfty-aix columna, the prioe ia 65 cent* per month, or 97 70 t year, poetage paid. The Sunday edition o( Tib Sea it alio (urnlabed eeparately at $1 20 a year, poet age paid. The price o( Tib Wbbblt Sox, eight pagee, flfty-ilx column*, ia tl a year, poet age paid. For clube of ten aendlng 110 we will tend tn extra copy free. Addreea I. W. ENGLAND, Pabltaher •( Tib Bra, New York City. (Mlfin k*tobn« in to days on no bIxUU Inverted. Offlotel reporta Mt. Lino profit* weeUroa Moek option*ot 110to MISCELLANEOUS. SMITH'S AMERICAN PIANOS AND 0B6AN81 NEW YORK AND BOSTON * STAND YOUR CLIMATE THE BE8T ! WARRANTED FOR TEN YEARS aid sold at WHOLESALE PRIOE81 Ho Afcnti, Ho Drummeri, Mo Self-Btjied Proltouon, Or Half-Wajr Musician*, —I UP LOT ED TO EXTORT MONEY FROM THE PUBLIC Smith's Pianos and Organs ABB INDORSED BT 1H1 BUT MO SIOUNS DPO!t THE1Q MiUUTS. Bend tod eee wDit tboM ray who have SMITHS PIA.NO* tn j onr mid»t gn tbli Cout. Save joarmooty and burn PihhT llANLXt. Donl be humbuggpd, but tend for (ktatotne and t*rtlcuiara ud ratufy joonetvea 01 U>* truth of my MtertioQ. Anjr ityle of PIANO or OROAN Mat on nrlSKM DAYS TK8T TRIAL, bf tarDlsblOK Banker'*. Expree* or i<allru*d Company'e cer tificate or depuelt for amount. Alio BlIEhT Ml'stu »t one-half market price JAMES 8. 8MITK, (Manufacturer*' Representative), 575 Market Street, n m BAN FRAWOIWCO, CAL. JOB PRINTINQ DEPARTMENT or tu GOLD HIL1 DAILY NEWS gBINQ WELL PROVIDED WITH A OUST ly, extenatve and varied ataorlment of the NEWI8T AND VEUT LATEST STYLES OK TTPK, from tbe pUlneet to tb • MOST KLX OANT AMD 7ABHI0KADLX, and three FIRST-CLASS STEAM PRESSES, we are do log aa good work aa can be dose tn any aim Uar eeUbllabment tn the STATS 07 EE VADA. Fosters of Krerj 8lie, Placards, Handbill*, Bodgers, Mining Stock Certificates, Bill Beads, Brokers' Blanks, Letter Beads, Ball Programmes, Wedding Cards, Ktc.,Itc., Executed to order tn the moet approved etyl* and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS. er~OALL AND EXAMINE SPECIMENS. STEVENSON'S Patent ■•■Id Beard AMALGAMATING PAN. PATRNTED, APHIL IP, 1M70. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, | Philadelphia, 117 ft, AWARDED FIRST PBKJ1ICM —roa am dipboti Grinding and Amalgamating Fan. This pan is far scpkhior to all others In several Important pertlrnlar*. Th« 0 rinding Mnller* ar* i.eir (be center, re qnlrlnff lets powsr. lb* plowshsped PMW raise the qalekillTer with the pulp rmulsrly, with less powtr. wlth> at vlolenre. and wltb better amalgamating effect, beside* admitting • Urver char**. The Inrllnrd shaped boosing* of tbe mntler-plate openings r melon l) y force tbe pnlp dlrrriljr under ih* mnller*. Manufactured »t the Oolden Stat* end Miner*' Iron Works, iff to tsi ri»»t Mreet Hen Pren elico. end el tbe Mate* k Hcovllle Iron Work*, na Month Oanal etm t, Chicago, where II cm be examined end tnrther particulars b« learned; or persons may apply to tbe Inventor end Pat entee. 0 0. KVB>HOM, at tbe Douglas Mill, Gold Hill, hcvada, wbrre tbe Pans have Ion* been In operation. THE ARGONAUT(| AN A.1IKRICAN JOCItNAL or Politics* Literature, Society and Satire. PUBLISHED AT SAX MAS CISCO, CAL. mill ATjnONAUT IS A RRPRR8BVTATIVB ^ Jonrnal of American Ideas and literature. It Is thiirnnrtiljr Independent In Its e>ilt»rlal treatment of tbe 4np|ce of the day It alma 10 (Ire ibe best far I Be co»st literature obtainable, es well a< the carrent goid things of the press. It is pnbllsbed weeklv st Sft per jresn Stt M f»r six months; |l SO lor three monlbs, par able 1b advance. Hunt postpaid nn receipt of Eric«. Hnsclmen copy t free. Addrrea TIIC AKtt<>NAUT,"trt California atreet, (tan Francisco. 0*1. JaM GOLD HILL BONDS. NOTIOR IS HEREBY QIVPN, THAT aealed proposal* for tbe surrender of outstanding Bond* of the Town of Oold HIil, toUur Amount of Vive Tboouod Dollari, nirect«d to the Cbalman of th* Board of Oonntj Commissioner* of Hlorry connty. Ne vada. *111 be recrleedat tb* offloe of tbe Olerk of eald Board until tb* hoar of If o'clock noon of tb* IS III Sax •tJmammry, A. D. 1SSS. By order of tb* Board of County Commission-1 en of Blorey county, Nevada. I J J. A. MAHAIfHT. Olerk. PROMPTLY IX)tig A1 UtU oOea, lata* bwt Myl* I jsws MISCELLANEOUS. WOOD AND COAL DEPOT I MTT FINE, WilHOI LIMB. SPLIT PIHH A" u4 Other TlritUM of Wood, and • full ■apply of ROCKY MOUNTAIN COAL On hud ud fot Ml* at tlM LOWEST GASH nam. ruu tVHIGHT AND MUUU aoAimuo.1 Wood Mwod at abort notlee and *1 low OPFIOK—Meat Railroad Depot, Gold HIU. THOMAS OALLAQHEH. NO PATENT^ NO PA*. PATENTS nBTAHntD FOB MkOHAWIOAL DKVI0B8, V/ nodical or ether componnda, ornamental dMlgna. trade marka and Ubala. Caveata, it ■igamente, IntarferaocM, Inrrtacemanta aad all atattara relating to l*atoBta promptly utanrt ad to Wo maka prallmlutjr eiamtnailooe aad fornleh opinion* u to patentability. ftao of charge, aad all who are tatanetod la bow lava*, tlona and Patoota ara lasted to Mad tot • eopr of oar "Qalda for Obtaining Pataota," which la aoat free to any add ma. aad con Ulna oom piece in>trnctloaa how to obtain Pa tan U, aad othar valaaole matter. Daring the paat Bra yean wa bara obtained n«arl» thraa tbooaaad pataota for American and forelgv lavaotora,aad can jrlTa eailafactory reference* la almnet erery oouDty la the Union. Addreei, LOUIS BAGOKB ft 00., Solicitor* of PaUnU aad Attorn07a at Imw, Iy> Dml» Rnlktlnr. Weahlnetnn. D. O. AN ORDINANCE. T» Ami! Nm'I'd F*riy.o«e «f ■■ ONI« ■»ace tf lb* Ttwn of Q*M HIU Kb tilled " An Ordlaaace t* fix >•< Cel led n l/eriu lax U«oa Cartala Trad** and Oaalaana Wltbla I be t'*r pa rata l.lalu af the Tawa of UaM ■1111," Paeeee Aarll 43,1&77. rriBS BOfBD or county commission A mot stony Count/, batata, do ordain: P*o 1. Section OoranOrdlneac* of ibeTowa of Uuld Kill, entitled an ordinance "To fix end collect a llren*e tax upou certain trade* and barloe** wltbln tbe corn'rate limit* of tie Town of Gold Hill." pa**ed April M.U1J, t* bi rrbr amended *o ** to road a* follow* : Bio. 41. Kvery perron or firm engaged to the bualtieea of manufacturing Wine*. Older, Soda, Sareaparllla. Malt or Hpirltoou* Liquor*, Soap *ud Borax *h*ll pa; quarterly. for UceoM to cerry on lb* earn*, according to bl* or tbelr average tnontb'y aalaa or leceipl*, a* to the fol* lowing *.htdale i - Pint Olaae-Monthly wle* or receipt* Ont Tbouiaud Dollar* aad over, quarterly UcenM Twtnlj-flr* Dollar*. becond 01 •«* -Monthly aale* or reeelpta tlx Hundred Dollar* or over and tmdir One Thou*, and Dollare, quarterly licet** Twentj Dollei*. Third Ulaee-Mootbly *al«* or reoMpt* under Six Hundred Dollare, quarterly Uc*a*e ruteen Dollar*. WM. WEBBER, 1 flom_llu«. D. H. PKAiKtt, | 0omaltUfc Pa**ed September 1Mb. J. A. Makawt. Clerk. 14 NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. Tow* or Oolb Hill, ) Count/ of Btorey, Htate of Nevada. ( January 3. lbS3. ) To Eawaan aaeoclate owner In tba Soutb Jacket mine, Gold Hill Mlnlo|Dlt> tnot, nur-y county. Stele or Nevada: Ton are bereby aotlfled tb>t tbe underlined baa performed and laid ont tb* annnal amount of work for ltHl on tb* above claim reqnlred by Medina Mtt Kavteed blatute* of tbe United Stain, and yonr pro rata *bar* or *ald work amount* to 'iblrty.tbree Dollar* and Thirty, tbre* Cent* (MS 34). And If wlthlu ninety d*>* after thl* notice by publication you rail or rem** to contribute said amount your Inter**! in **ld claim will be lorfeltrd and become tbe pr"peity of the tubeenber, under *ald Section mi. Notice of forfeltnre for work done oa tbla e'alm for the year 18T9 wa* publi.bed by John Omit. (Signed): N. J. GILLBT. )at 1m P. O. addr*M. Oold BUI. Met. DlTCIITC ostained lor meeaaalcal a» • H I Cll I O vice*, medical or otber com Doondi. ornamcDUl (lMlimi trade mark* and label*. CavMta. Aaalgnmenta, luterfcroucee, Appeal*, Salt* for Infringement* and all caare artalng under tba PATENT LAW! promptly attended to. INVENTION* TUAT HATE BEEN DC ICPTCn W Hi* Patent Office may llCJCu I ELU «UI1. lnmott eaaM, bepaw acted by a*. Being oppo site tba Patent Otfio*, we ean make eloaer ••arche*, and Mcura Patent* more promptly, aad with broader claim*, than tbowwbo art react* from WMhlaftoa. llll/CIITflDC Mud u* a modal or iketoh 111 VCI1 I UllO or yourdevtoei we make tlimlPlltW TWLMM OF oaaaei, and advtM a* to patentability. Price* low. and NO OHAfiGB UNLESS PATENT 18 SEOUBED. We rerer to offldala la "the Patent OOce,k our client* la even State or tbe Union, aad to C Senator* aad He pre Mutative la Oongreea. lal reftfenoM glveo when dMlred. Addreaa a A. SNOW k oo Oppoelt* Patent Office Washington D. C A LPHA CONSOLIDATED IU1KU a COMPANY -Location of principal piece of bnalneaa. Han Franiiaeo. Oallfornta. I/icallnn of work*, Gold Hill, Stony county, Btata of ytruli. Notice I* hereby |tv*n, that at a meeting or the U. ard or Ulrectoo, bald on tbe *lxtb itth) day o< January, iMt, an a**M*meal (Ho. ISI ot Piriy Cant. (Met p»r (bar* wa* l*vl*d upon tb* c*pltel atock of tbe corporatloo, t aj. able Immediately, In United Statee irold coin, to the racrvtary, at the office of the Company, Koorn No », Nevada Block, No. SUt Mont gornery »iro t. San Kranoleco. California. Any Mock npon wblcb thl* ae**Mm- nt (halt remain unpaid on THURSDAY, tb* NINTH 9tb) day of FEBRUARY 1882, wlU b* il*. Ilnqnent. and adrrrtlwd for tal* at public •odKB. and unlae* payment I* made before, will be told on TBI'HsDAY, tb* bEOOND (Ml d.y or MAHCH. ISM. to pay tb* d*. ii urn nt a»ee*»ment. togethir with ootta of advertiilof and axpeme* ol ea'e. wiulI *M WILU8. Secretary. Office-Room bo. 19. Nevada lilook, bo M Mootgomiry *tre*t, San praaclaco, (allfotnla. jaltd THE PIONEER SHAVINO & HAIRDRESSINO SALOON O. POHL. PffOPRlKTON. WAIN HTRRFT. (MI.D OiLL, Oppoatta Olbaon'a ttalooa. ilLKAN TO WELD AND SHARP HAtOBM. j Onlck. ttmootb. N«i. >ltat«laaa Wort, air Catting and DrrMlnc dona lr ba mod artlrtlo, aaltabla ud atlrhetory »T1*. . The old PloiiaarHalooGlathaplAca.aiidaoB'l fW for—« II U » J. U. HALL M. 0.. PHYSICIAN AND 8URGKON rime* AND RXSIDENOI - OPPOSITB w ib« Km ofioa, Mala atraat, Gold Bill. CAUTION NOTICE. Hotioi is bibkby givin TO TBI public, that mj wtla. Oatbrrioa Mar. , b«Ttn« Irft my bed and board wltboot ja*t aaow or provocailoo, I will not ba raapon* ilbla fcr any btlli ol her eootracllni attar thla data. M. ti. Ml'RPHT. Oo d BUI. Dream bar I, 1MI. I lOd LOST. AN BNAMKL1D PENDANT BRIAflTPIN with a raid taaatl attached waa lo»t at Oarftald Ball, Mala itraat. laat ntfbt. A re ward of Plra DoUara will ba paid tot lta ratvm to ifre plana na. *lw FRIXT15G. QOLD HILL l "DAILY NEWS" NEWSPAPEB 9 itiiADtni JOB PRINTING Bain Street, Gold BIU NEVADA Book*, Pamphlet*, Heceipt BNb% Bill Head*, Letter Heads, Lefal Blanks, Brokers' Blanks, Election Tickets, All Kinds of Card Work, v Millie STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OB THEATRICAL POSTERS, Dodgers, Flyers, Programmes, Circulars, Ball Tiokets, Wedding Cards, Business Cards, Labels, Tags, Eta. Printing, in Colon; Printing, Plain or Fancy) Printing in All Stylet* PBDITUSTQ DOSE TO OEDEB WITH NEATNESS AND OIIPATCH i •••■OfOI f■!•••• HOST REASONABLE TEEMS • i • m*<AID AV T1X«*h LOWK8T CASH RATK8. THE Gold Hill Dftlly News, (MTABUSHKD IN IMS), b poUUbad 9j9tj motor «xc*pt Buotisj. Md 1U drcoUtloo being r«rj general and •xteoilT* among mining and bailee*! poo pi*, f*BiUl«», etc., ntket It TBI BUT AMD HMT CV71CIBNT MMDIVMZ MINING. BUSINESS, AND ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. ■UaiNKtS MKN. PROFESSIONAL MKN. PRACTICAL MKN* An raapactfally levied to • carafel laapactlM and crtUdua of OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Iluki hr iinrtbtii hnlikil WtM THE GOLD HELL NEWS, • •••Jut it*M PIR8T-CLA88 DAILY PAPIIt, It thoroughly Uratltted with Iba bwl U timti o' u>. country, »ra all datota of the people, from lb* MINJtH, OflM MfcOflAhlO, to «>•£*»■ OBAKT or tho B4WJJUL It Ki'M the LATKhT NXWB, i.irgraphJe and otbcrwlM from all carta qf too World, and EVERYBODY READS IT. OUR Weekly Mining Summary Pabllahad mrj Wadoaaday Us Uto Hiwa, If carnally prepared from tha «orr idtu» no aouncaa, prltata and othrrwlto, ca th. day of publication, employing an abl. and emctrnt corp. of rtportara. It I. aolTcrMlly recncsUwl aaofficial, and too ■oat ooancr and aainaia u. roar of tha condition of tha ailnaa of tha Ooantocs or "Waobob" taction. Wo alto gtra tha lataat mining lnfomatloa obtainabla froa oth.r parta of tha aoaatry THE Gold Hill Daily News la dallvoNd by canton throughout Sold Bill, yifjjnla City, Otnoa, tUror City, Daytoa, and coatlfoou locafltlaa, aad la aaat by mall to all parta of tha country aad tha world. Hoona U folly poatad.or up to tha ttaaa whodooa totrailtkiflMluSuLfllm;