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GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS.
VOL. XXXVII. GOLD HILL. STOREY CO.. NEVADA: WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1. 1882. NO. 5609 THE EVENING NEWS PnblUW awry day (Sundaja iiMpMdl, it tib acwa rniLUHiati co. i 07" lateral at lb* Child Hill poatofflee | • aaeood-cla** matter. TISM>. <*.» year, by Mali or Kxpreee t* 0° ■Is Jtooiba S UO Three Mooine « oo DalWarad la U»L1 UUl, V&mia, ailrer Wlty Oinot, Dayton, Datio, tic., at TWENTT-FIVE CENTS PEE WEEK. Payable to tba Camera. 02^ All communication! aboald be ad* JraaacJ to tba •• N»wa Publiabiag Com pany." Oold Hill. Nevada. OUR ADVFRTISIN8 AQENTS. 0. W. CRANE, Noa. 318 Pin* and 10 Leldeedorff »trc«u : : Ban Fraaalaoo OAOWIN A ALLEN, : : : : Canon Oily W. M. LANO, : : S : . Empire City 8. M. JAMISON, : Be no O. OHENOWETH. : : Winnemuoce NKW YORK. J. H. Batm., : 41 Park Bo* S. M. Prrruoiu A Co.,: : 37 Park Ro« Omo. P. Bowkll, A Co.. 10 Sprnce Btraet Tula Pafkb may ba (onnd on file in New York at tba newapaper ageociea of J. H. Batea. 41 Park Bow ; 8. M. PcttcogiU <k Co.. 31 Park Bow, and Geo. P. Itowell A Co.. 10 Sprnee atreot. SELECT ITEMS OF INTEREST. LotU gave a Cbristass prssenl to Mob aswsboy ia New Orleans. Oeneral Prentiss let • lit about him aelf go on ita travel*, and lha truth over* took it in joat twenty years. A young nan faala ba baa not livsd ia vaia when ba finda bia pictura ex hibited ia tba ahow-csss of a photograph gallery. • ZxlUr, tba compossr, and friend of Goethe, uaad to aay at labia: "Aa long aa I hsvs water, I dacliaa beer sad drink wine." A yootbfal Pennsylvania crasser, who waa about to ba cbaatiaed by bia father, called upon bia grandfather ta protect him from tha middle man. Tbara are about 1000 secret liquor aaloona la Maine, but it ia aaid Ibey do sot sell ao average of $2 worth of liquor aaaually to aa inhabitant. It ia aaid that aharka will aot blta a swimmer who keeps hia legs ia motion. If yoa caa keep kiokiog lunger than a shark caa keep waiting, yoa ara all right. A young man ia Bostoa aaya ba ia going to attempt tba feat of going forty daya without working. 11a saya if bia employera do not watch him, ha thinka ba caa acoompliah tha task. "What ia lha meaaiag of a backbiter?" aaktd a geatlamaa at a Sunday school eismiaatioa. Thia waa a pauler. It went down the claaa until it came to a aimpla urchin, who said: "Perhaps'tis a flea." Said an anatioaaer: "Come, now, ladiea aad gentlemen, these gooda are lor aala. Will somebody gife m* a bid? All I want is su off-r." "Alas!" mur uured an elderly woman in the crowd, "That'a what I have been aigbing for all my life." A Parisisn grains hss iafsated a method of making horses step high. He fsalens a pair of magnifying spectscles ob Ibsir bridles. The sticks and peb bles sppesr snormonely magnified, sud lbs hursts throw tbeir feel Bp tremea* doualy to avoid Ihtaa imaginary obeta olea. Aa Omaha comauaioa servics waa delayed lor eomo lime tba other day be cause of tba Sunday liquor law. Tbera waa ao wine in tba eburcb, druggists re fuaed to ssll say without a prescription, tba whole coagrrgatioa wss waiting, and no way waa fuund until a good church member mansged to stesl a pint of port at a slots whan tbs clerk's back was iBraad. BUCEWUEA t CAKES. [/*rwM ria .Vfi# 1'jri TriLumt.) Science li» even revolutionised the method o( making buckwheat eakea. The eld tijr. setting to rait* ov«r night, tour log. fermenting. decomposing and de» troy log the uutnlitut part of tliu flour, car bonic acid ga« waa produced and the cakta mad* light. Dal a w«ll-fouudud tutpicion has alwajt exitted that buckwheat cak» a load* In this manner art uowboletumt and Indlgetlible. bectuao tbo chemical action that take* place ao alter* tbe flour from it* original character that tbo tour ing or decooipoamg procctt continuet in the atoniacb and gives rue to d/aprpait and kindred ti <«ld> t. The new way doe* away wilb all decom posing, all fermenting or touring, and plac«* upou oar table* (inokiug but buck wheat* in leu Ibtn IS minute*. The leavening element of tl« new proce**, which it the "Koyal Otkitt Powder." be ing mixed with tbo flour and moittur* added, evolve* tb« leavening gat. and In ao way change* the dough from It* orig inal *weet and nulriliout condition. In point of beallhfulneat, it i* a poaitivo fact that buckwheat and griddlu cake* madd in tbu way with the "ltoyal" pow der are very healthy, andean ba eaten with Impunity by dytpvptic* and invalids with out ditcomfort. Varioaa preparation* and mixture* have beeu pat oa tli* market from time to limit to take U* placo of the "Royal Baking Powder," *uch a* "*elf-railing" or "grid dl* cake" flour*, but analyais tbowt many of them to be made from unwholeaome aubatitutea and tlrong acid*, which bare • corroding effect on tbe membrane* of the atomacb. It 1* much tafer for all consum er* to purchate flour themtelve* that they know to be good and reliable, and add tbo baking powder at a conaiderable aaving. than to pnrehaao any of tba to-called "telf-raiiihg" floor*, which ara usually compound* of tbo vileal uature, contain ing alum or pboapbate*. It i* atatvd that three-fourth* of the ' eelt-raliing buck wheat" *old in the market lauotbiog more than "middliuga." or the dark-oolored sifting* and impurltie* which form tbe rvfun In the maaafactore of the higher grade* of floor. The following it a good recipe aad moti economical: Qoicx UccrwuKAT Cxxia.—To one plot of buckwheat flour, while dry. add two taaspoonfols Hoial Bakho Powdki. a tMspoonful aalt. one aeaot tableepoonful brown a agar or New Orleant molaaaea to make them brown, mix well together, and when ready to bake add one pint evM water or aoflclent to form a batter, itlr bol little, and bake immediately en a hoi griddle. B7TO* Baking Powder should never to Ml tale the baiter, but always mixed with Jour taa dry state. UNITEO STATES MININQ LAWS. laVOMATIOS FOE LOCtTOU aid offsui or um Application tor PaUaU-ltw f UhI wllk CiM Mh-Tiiu| Ulkto-MTWM Ct»lna» Tk« Uw la B*fud to illiw-tu. arrucanox or rinn. Where papers have one* been filed with the Register and Btoeinr, they become a part of th« record, and eta neither be withdrawn nor returned, bat matt be traoamitted to the Geueral Land OIBoe. An application will be rejected when tb* description •( tba premises U erroneous or insufficient. Application (or paUnt will be rejected kMMi First—The notice wu published without the knowledge of the HegUter. Seoond-<The notice waa not published la a newspaper designated aa published neareet the claim. Third—Record title waa found defeotire, and: Fourth—A preTioui application had been made for the same premiaee, which was withdrawn pending a aoit in oourt com menced by the advene claimant. An application for patent will be rejected when the eurvey doee not accurately de fine the boundaries of the claim. Where the claim waa not located In ac cordance with law. Where several parties own separate, and distinct portions of a claim, application for patent may be mad* by either for that portion of the claim owned by bim; but where aeveral partiee own undivided in terrets in a mining claim, all ahould Join in an application for a patent. A person or aseociation may purchase as many placer locations u th* local law ad mits, and embrace them all in one appli cation fur a patent. Two or morn lodee cannot be embraced in one application for a patent except for placer claim* embracing two or more lodee within their boundaries. Papers aworn to before any person pur porting lo act as a deputy for the Register and Receiver, oannot be recorded as evi dence. 10 all ptlTDU lor OliniDg Claims IIIUIWU within tho interior boundaries of a town lite. a clauso la inserted "excepting and •xcludiug all town property, rights upon (ha aurfaco. and all bouses, building*, itruetarea, lots, block*. streets, allay*, or other municipal improvements not b< Jong iu( to tha grantee herein, and all right* necessary or proper to the occupation, pos session and enjoyment of tha same." Publication of nolle* mast be mad* In only one newipaper for tha period of alxty day*. Notice mott be published ton eoniecu tivi> weeks in weekly newspapers. and In daily newapaper* alxty daya muat elapae between the first and the laat inaertiona. Where the Itegister doaignatea the dally ia«ue of a newapaper for publication of notice* of a mining application for patent, it ia not a compliance with law to change to the weekly edition of the aama paper without authoilly of tho Begiater. The existence of a salt apring on a tract of land withdraw* U from tha operation of the homeatoad and pre-emption law*. A baariug for the purpoee of proving the agricultural character of each land ia not allowed. Land containing valuable d» posits of *lato may b« entered under the mining Acts. autejue cuiaa. Adverse claimants moat die a separate and (liatiaol claim against each application which it 1* alleged oonfllots with the prem ise* owned l>y such ad vera* olaimaut. The paper* in an advarw claim once filed cannot be withdrawn, bnt become a part of the record. When an adverse claim baa been filed It cannot be ameuded ao aa to embrace a larger portion of the premiers than that described in the original adverse claim. An adverse claim must b« made out in propor form and filed In tha proper local ufilco during tho period of publication of the application for the patent to bo ■dbative. ll u in* uuiy 01 toe unm ci>imu> >u commence tail in proper form within Lb* required tiuie, and if h* trnau th* nncor bun medium of the United Suln mail, be uiuat abide tbe consequence*, ihould tbe ;!• l*y titiaao through miafortune or acci Jcut. Should tbu failure to commenc* init be the result of the corrupt or diahon tet action vf hi* attorney, tbe Interior De part meat cannot redre** tbo wrong. An adverae claimant should let forth in detail tbe facta upon which he baae* hia adverse claim. A atateucnt in general term*, embodying concluaiona of law, without atating tbe facta apecially, will not be considered in evidence. An adrcree claimant abonld (how a com pllance with tbe local law* in recording hia claim and in regard to ezpendituree, and ■ball tile a copy uf the original notioe of bi> location, and (bow tho nature or extent of tb« coodict alleged. An allegation of partlea to m inlt that they compose the company la sufficient, and tht y are not required to prove that Ibry are tbe original locator* or tbe ideu lical panics who presented the adrerae elaim. auuccltcul om xixuil laud*. Where land la of little If any value for urricuitural porpoeea. bnt la eaaential Lbe proper development of mining claim*, it abould be dispoatd of under the miuing lot. When land* containing valuable mineral depoaiu hare been included in an iKricultnral entry, *aid entry will be can celed at any *time prior to iaanance of patent. upon aatlafactory evidence of the Liiatence of such valuable depoeita. • Where valuable depoeita of mineral are iliacovered upon a tract after tbe aame haa been entered aa agricultural, but before patent haa been issued, the partiM claim ing the mine may make application for patent for aame, and the agricultural entry will be canoeled to that portion of tbe land embraced by aaid mining claim. Where mineral depoeita are discovered an agricultural land* after tbe patent baa l>eeu iteued to an agricultural claimant, thoy pawi with tbe patent. Agricultural college acrip cannot be re reived in payment for claim*. . luua. A foreigner may make a mining location ind dispose of it. provided be becomc* a iitisen before Jiipoaing of the mine. Proof that tho party waa not a citizen before dis posing of hia elaim mutt be affirmatively ibowo. Locator* and intermedial* owner* other than applicant* will not be preeumed ilien* in tbe abeence of allegation or ob jection prior to ieananc* of patent. Tbe portion of a mining elaim *old to in alien cannot be patented while such jwner 1* an ali*n; bnt on hi* declaration to become a oltlaen, hi* right date* back to hia pnrcbaae, and be may thereupon iccure United State* patent for hi* claim, cmoea lkdocs. Reviled Statute*. Bcotioa 3338. Where two or more ledge* iroaaor inter iect each other, priority of title (ball gov ern. and inch prior location ihall be enti tled to all or* or mineral contained within Lb* *pao* of intersection, bnt th* tub** au*ut location ahall bav* tb* right of way through th* *pao* of int*r**ction for tb* pnrpo** of th* oonv*nl*Bt working of th* tain*. And wh*r* two or mor* vein* unite, Lb* old**t or prior location ahall tek* th* twin b*low tb* point of union, inahding ill th* *p*M at lBtefwatte. TumreiA. There U no antbority of law (or atnnnel location SOC'O by 1800 fe«t. A proper loca tion 1* the width of the tnnnel for 3000 feat. Then ia no provialon of law for patent ing tnnnel location*, bnt lode* discovered in running a tnnnel may be patented in lik« manner aa other lode*. The right ia granted to tnnnel owners to 1500 feet of each blind lode, not previously known to exiit, which may be dlaooTofed in their tunnel. When a lode ia strnck or discovered for the first time in running a tnnnel, the tunnel owners have <the option of reoord ing their claim of 1500 feet all on one side of the point of dieoorery or intersection, or partly on one aide thereof and partly on the other. Proepeoting for blind lodee ia prohibited on the line of a located tunnel, while the tunnel ia in progreee, but other partlee are in no way debarred from proepeoting for blind lodee or running tnnnela, so long aa they keep without the line of inch tunnel ANNUAL REPORT Of III* President ef lb* leant mf Trustee* of Ik* Tewa of Q*M Hill. To the Taxpayers and Oltlsena of the Towu of Gold Hill: In aooordanoe with the requirements of the Charter of the Town of Oold Hill, I herewith submit a report of the fluaneial situation of said town for the year ending April 15,1881: utcxirn nov all aocxcra. Licensee, real aetata taxee, per sonal property and bullion taxee—M. Kennedy $81,581 28 Delinquent taxee—J. P. Plan ntogbam 1,270 75 F. W. Foleom 20 00 L. T.Fox 5,000 00 «0.M2 03 DU1CUXKUTI. Ou hand.Apr.,1880.9 1,219 32 lljr bonds 10.000 00 By coupon* 9,493 00 By warrant* 14,280 17 By biluN 1,837 84— 930,832 03 amount or rioriarr amxukd ram tu TUBS 1880 axd 1881. Beal property 91,577,124 80 Per*onal property 34,018 00 Total .91.601.139 30 Taxe* thereon at 1<« peroent. 920,014 24 Amount exempted by Uw ud Board of Truatee* 644 89 • ————— Amount charged to Town Marshal 919,389 88 Amount of delinquent tax roll delivered to Town At torney 91,838 87 Ten per cant, delinquency.. 133 83 Total 91.488 90 Amount not sued for and withdrawn by order of th* Board 9198 18 Amount collected with th* 10 per cent, added 1,270 78 Total 91.488 90 Amount of License* lssoed to Town Marshal 910,388 80 Amount sold 98.287 39 Amount returned. 4,101 11 ToUl 910.388 80 Amount of Bullion Tat on product of mine* 9279 83 I TOW* BOKO* CANCELED. No*. 103 and 104, leaned Angwat 14th, 1879 ; time, 1 year ; due August 14th, 1880; oanceled Auguit 14th, 1880. 1 CCTSTAND1NO TOWN DOXD*. No. 100, amonnt 95000, duo May lit, 1881. No*. 108 and 109, amount 910,000, due Au gust 14th, 1881. No*. 108 and 100, amount 910,000, dne November let, 1881. Amount of bond* 928,000 00 Ink-rot due on *amu to April 13th, 1881 623 00 ToUl $39,039 00 Id submitting my mo ail report, as re quired by law, I haro deemed It proper that the taxpayers and cltiaeus should be Informed of tbe condition of the town end its Unsocial standing at tbe preeent time. Tbe flnaneee of tbe town are in a very healthy condition, ounsldering tbe extreme dullneea of bnalnea* tbe pait year. The rorenus from tbe different branebea of buiineu baa been ateadily on tbe de oreaie tbe pait year, and the Board of Trusteee have been gorerned In expendi tures accordingly. Five tbontand dollar* of tbe town debt have been liquidated. In the different department* tbe greatest ewe bar« been taken by tbe Committee* to havo tbe rauning expenses of tbo town u low a* they could po**ibly be mad* and aatisfy tli* oitiseb* at large. Tbe water work* and everything con nected with them are in tbe very beat of order. Tbe Chief Engineer of the Fir* Department baa been very vigilant In look ing after tbo bydranta and main*, and keeping them in good oondition. Tbe afreet* hare been well attended to and kept in good order. Tbo officer* of the town bare been faith ful and energetio in tb* dischargo of th*ir dntir*. Tbe police have been vigilant in guarding tb* interact* of tb* town and keeping away anspioious character* who are alway* watching for opportuniti** to practice their nefarious busintea. Tho Fire Ueparimunt are deterring of much praiM for tb* able and efficient man ner in which tbey have acquitted tbsm •aire* on all occaaiona when their services were reqnired. I truat tbe people of Qold Hill will continue to bare their Interests guarded in the future by aa an efficient body of firemen aa thoso who hare guarded tbem in the put. In conclusion, I would aay that onr dntie* aa a Board of Town Truiteea will soou be \t an end. Tbe people of Oold Hill are aoon to bare a change of govsrn mint, tbe laat Leglslsturedlsincorporstlng tbe town and pawing tho Conaolidation bill, by wbieh tbe city of Virginia and tbe town of Qold HU1 baro bean consoll dated with the oonnty of Storey In one gorcrnment. It waa the opinion of those advocating tbe oMaanre that the interests of all ooucerned would be furthered by baring one gorernment inatead of tbre*. Aa It la but an experiment, it remain* to be aeen what advantages, if any, will be gained to tbe business portion of tb* town by tho change. It will, In my eatlmatlon, be found neoe**ary br tbe incoming ad ministration to exercise the greatest dis cretion in the management of affair* for tbe coming year. Tbe rerenuo from taxable property will be very much less than what it was last yesr, and la likely to oontlnno decreasing unless soms derelopments in the mine* would give a new aspect to affairs. I sincerely thank tbe members of tbe Board for tb* vsry able manner in which they have asaiited mo in the management ni town affairs. Being compelled by other the tows at heart Tour labors b*ra arduous ami without wpwuttm, ooty •nob u yon moat all feel within yooreelvee —tUt gratifying reminder that u pobllo eerrante yoa hare performed the datlee inonmbent upon 70a ud here proved yoareelvee deeervlng the oonfldenoe of the people of Qold HilL L. T. Vox, President of the Board of Tnuleea. OUR UVE BUSINESS MEN. WUI AWAKI ADTItTUlU WHO TMIITI THlUITi idnrtiUil Bui leu Cwelw Beet ■eM—PreflW ie< PrwHrilj r«|. lew-Tkel la the tuwrltee* mi All Whe Ben TrM Ik AMUSEMENTS. Pipen' Open Hooee, Virginia City. BANKBBS. Agenoj Nevada Bank of Ban Iranolaoo, 0 (treet, Virginia City. BB0KEB8. It. B. Frankel, Main 1 treet. Gold HUL T. B. MoQurn, 106 Booth 0 etreet. Vir ginia City. CLOTHING AND FUBNIBHINO GOODS. Burner Broe., Corner 0 ud Taylor itreeta, Virginia. CIQAB8 AND TOBACCO. D. Tborborn, oppoeite Nitre offloe, Main etreet, Oold Hill. DBDOOISTB. Hubronok A Hall, Vain etreet, Gold Hill, oppoeite Yellow Jaoket engine-bonie. John Jonee, Jr., Main etreet, Qold Hill. DENTIST. A. Chapman, ISO Booth 0 etreet, Vir ginia Oily. FANCY 000DB. D. Tborborn, Main itreet, Oold Hill. 8. W. Cbubbook, Poetoffloe (tore, Main ■treet, Oold Hill. F0DNDBIE8. Qold HU1 Foundry, Lower Qold Hill, George Emmet, proprietor. Beno Foundry, Beno, Andrew Tracer, oronrietor. 0R0CERIE8, PROYISIONB, ETC. ' F. W. Folnom, Mala atreet, Gold Hill. Rlobard Meroor, Main atreet, Oold Hill. T. R. MeQurn, Main atreet, Oold Hill. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Oold Hill Bakerr and Beetaorant, Main (treat, Oold Hill; J. P. Beckar, Pro pria (or. Oltjr Bakery, 27 North 0 atreet, Virginia OII7; FiUmaler A Arm broil, Propria tori. HARDWARE. W. N. Hall A Co-, Main atreet, Oold Hill. LAUNDRY. Plooeer Lanndrr, north of Virginia 01 ty; 0. W. Hall, Proprietor. NEWS DEPOTS. D. Thorbnrn, oppoelte Nxwa offlea, Main a tract, Oold Hill. 8. W. Clinbbuek, Poatoffloa (tore, Oold HU1. PHT8I0IAN8 AND SUROEONB. Dr. J. U. Hall, Main 1 treat, Oold HU1. SALOONS. Paahlon, Main a treat, Oold Hill; 8. B. Turnojr, proprietor. WOOD AND GOAL. Tbomaa Oallagher, near railroad depot. Oold Hill. THE SUN FOE 1882. Tu Sew (or 1183 will maka It* fifteenth annual revolution under the present man agement, shining, as always, (or all, big and Utile, mean and fraolom, oontented and unhappy, Republican and Democratic, depraved and virtuoua, intelligent and obtuse. Tn Bum's light la (or mankind and wemanklad o( every sort; but its genial warmth ia (or the good, while It pour* hot discomfort on the bllaterlng backe o( tb* persistently wioked. Tic So* of 1868 waa a newspaper of a new kind. It dlecerded many of the forma and a multitude o( the supcrflous worda and phraaee o( ancient Journaliam. It undertook to report in a freeh, auooinot, unconventional way, all the newa o( the world, omitting no event of hnman in terest, and commenting upon affairs with tb* (earleaaneaa of absolute independence. Tb* aucoeas of thia experiment wu tb* aucceaa of Tkx Sex. It effected a per manent change in tb* atyle of American newspapers. Every important Journal eetabllsned in thia country in the doien years paatha* been modeled after Thx Bom. Everv important Jouraal already eiieting baa been modified and bettered by the (oroeof Tan Bum's example. Tu Bum of 1883 will be the same oot epoken, truth-telling and lntereatlng news a liberal nee of th* mean* which an abundant prosperity affords, ws shall make it better than ever before. We *hall print all tb* n*w*, putting it into readable abapr, and measuring iU Importance, not by the traditional yard stick, but by its real intareat to the people. Dlatanoe (rom, Printing Honao Square ia not the first odnsideratlon with Tu Bom. 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WARRANTED FOR TIN YIARS AND BOLD AT WHOLESALE PRICES I No Aftnti, No Jlruuaera* No Seir-Btyled Proftaaora, Or lalf-Waj MoileUna, —KM PLOT ED TO EXTORT MONEY FROM THE PUBLIC Smith's Pianos and Organs All INDORSED BT TBI BOT UV BIOIANB UPOH THEIR MERITS. Band «ad *M w&at tboM mjt who bar* SMlTS'n FIAhOB In > our mid»t on ibla Cout Hare jour mooejr and buy «( FlhST HANDS. Doul b* hambuggrd, bui una for OaUlofM and particular tod rail.f j yourtaWaa of the truth of mr mmtUoo. Aojt atyle or riANO or ORGAN Mat on nrlUM DAYS TEST Till AC, by fnrolablng BuUar**, Bipreaa or nallroad Company'a ear tlflcate or dapuatt for kiBooot. Alio SHEET MUSIO at oM-btlf mtrkil prlo* JAMES 8. SMITH, (Kuibetinn' IUpnomtaUvo), 575 Market Street, tt a HAW FRAMOISCO. CAL. JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT OF TBI GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS JQHHO WELL PROVIDED WITH A COST ly, uUiuir* and varitd u*orlm«Dt or tlx IfEWEST AMD VEBY LATEST STYLES OK TTFK, from lha plalnoat to. til ■ HOST ELE GANT ADO FASHIONABLE, aud Uiraa riHST-OLABB STEAM PRESSES, wa an do Idc u good work aa caa bo don* la any tlm Uar aatabUahBaat la the BTATK 07 HE ▼ADA. Fosters of Irerjr 8lie, Placards, Handbills, Bodgers, Mining Stock Certificate*, Bill Heads, Broken' BlaDki, Letter Heads, Ball Programmes, Wedding Cards, BtCt, Itc., IzecnUd to ortW In tha ant ipprored atyla •ad oa tba MOST REASONABLE TERMS. trOALL AND EXAMINE ftPEOIMEHH. STEVENSON'S r»Mal iMld Board 4MALGAMATIN6 PAN. PATKNTKD, APRIL 10. 1870. rtiuddpiiu. im, AWAKDKD FIRST PREMIUM —roii ax ixraoTBD— Brlndlnf and Amalfimatliir Faa. This pan is far ropkhior to aix other* la Mtiril Important particular*. Th« Qrlndlng Mailer* are Lear the center, re pairing ler* power. 1 be plowehapcd irrooee* imlee im qalr.kitlrer with tbe palp regularly, with lee* power, wlthi at rlolenre, and with twtur amalgamating effect, bold** admitting a larger charge. The Inclined ebaned bouetnge at the mailer-plate openlnge emctsntly force lb* palp directly under tbe tnnller*. Manufactured at tbe Uold«n Stat* *nd Miner*' Iron Work*. JST to HI Miet Mreet Htn Pisa* eleco, tod »t tbe (late* ft Scorllle Iron Work*. I] Bouth 0*ii*l itm t, Chicago, where tt can be ixamlued and lurth«r particular* be learned; or pereona mar apply to tb* lureotor and Pat. ante*. 0 0. HTCTE>HON. at tbe Dooglaa Mill, Sold BUI, Kara da, wb*ro tbe Pan* bare lotg teen In operation. Dr. SPINNEY, NO. II KEARNY STREET. Treat* all Chroalo] aadjfpeclal Dlaeaaea YOUNG MEN WR» HAT KIDrrniRB FROM tb* efect* or yoathfol follle* or India rretl"0 will do well tt arall tbcm-*lre* of tbl*. tbe area teat boon erer laid at tbe altar of enf rerlng humanity. DR. hl'lNNlr will gnarao. tee to forfeit (too for every caae of Seminal (Teakoeee or prteate dlwae* of enjr klod or :b*r»ct*r wMch be andeitakee and rale to core. IIDDLI.A9ID mu. There are manr at the age or thirty to etity who are troobled with too treqaent er.cuatlona )( the blaider, ofun accompanied by a ilgM imartlng or barntnif eeneatlon audawetk.n log of the aratem to a manner the patient can. not account for. On ezamlulng the nrlnary loiKMlta a ropy aedlment wlil often be found, ind »om»tlmea eaiall particle* of albumen will ippear, or tbe color will be or a thin, mllklab bae. again chanaloK to a dark and torpid ap pearance. Theie a-e many men who die of Ihle difficulty, Ignoratit of tbe caaa*. which la ihe aecond a tag* of aeminal weakneae. Dr. 8. *111 guarantee a perfect cure la all each ce«e*. ind a healthy reetorailoo of the geolto urinary '"oKe Boar*-10 to 4 and • to fcSuday*. from 10 toil A.M. Oon.ultatloa free. ThOf ingh examination aad adr.oe, $S. Oallor addree* pa Briwwkt * ro, aottf Wo. >1 Kaaroy «tme*. Man Fraoclaco LOST, f iriDMKSDAT IVaNINI, OOIITO FBOK W thtaer*fl* d Ooard party, between the kali and Deacny'a batcher enup, A LADPI BRACELET. rhe aoder win be Mrttably rewarded by leering iheaaaa alike flow Bill XBwe cflee. ilw* iuiih ami Hanu. THE NEVADA BANK OF SAN FRANOiaOO. ux nmouoo _..aA.UTO*ia* Ml :■» Capital.. '•(V.I •» Vtiflata, Imdi,,, f£ »• Bmmo ifwt« Mtw Tort ' *• *°"T (ttWtUMwg .;.J OnxLhum $W~ B«j« ud MlU Xtebuf* tod MnMl Tnnafwt. I mow OommtrtUl ud Tw«l«»' Cradli*. ThU bank baa cpaeUI ftcWUM far <Ualn« In balMoe. T. B. MetiUElt, STOCK AND MONEY BROKER. 106 Bottk 0 81., TlrfliU, TIT ILL BUT AXD UXX STOCKS ON COM T T BlMtea on the BOM AtomM* ttnaa ; will Alto ewrj Stock* on Margin wd •■•II SMirlUM. GOLD AND ULTBK. BOUOB* AND »■ «OI,D. LYONS & MONAHAN DBA LUIS IN WOOD MM COAL. Yard-O* Malta lb* T. St TCOM.O*t«t« .VIRGINIA OITT. WOOD COT AND SPLIT A NT LKVOTH deelred and delivered at ehort goUet, Tha Beat Wood Id the VMM Karkat Ma DOW ba aaan at oar Tard. Balora purchaalo* aa Inferior article. call and examine oar stock. Wa ara aiao Afeot* tor the Celebrated EXCELSIOR POWDER, Tha moat powarfal Nitroglycerine In tha mar ket. It ba* leaa ooxloua tome* than any other powdtr m«nafecinred. Try it and be ooo rlnced. ThU la not a to called Safety Powder, bat A kTANOARD NITkU OLVUKBIWH HIuH KXPLOiIVE. Mia lug mm will Hod It to thatr adraotace to (Ire Lb* Exoelaior Powder a trial. KVOfllee-At the Tard. Mala Offlee at J. 0. CUHRiS'a AUCTION HOOSK, Booth 0 • treat. 8tf " VOOD AND COil DEPOT! lOTJT PINS, WABHOI LIMB. SPLIT P1NB 1" and other railattee of Wood, and • full •apply of IOCKY MOUNTAIN COAL On hand aod foe aale at the LOWEST OASB PUIOB. FULL WEIGHT AND HIAIUtl GUARANTEED. Woed aawed a t abort notloe aad at low ratee OPPIOB—Near Railroad Depot, Gold H11L Man THOMAS GALLAGHER. GOLD HILL BONDS. » Notice is ebriby given, that etaled propoeel* for the rarreoder of luUttadlBg bond* of the Town of Hold H1U, 10 Um Imoant of Fire Tloatiid Dollars, Dlrect»d fo the Chairman of th« Board of Uonniy CommUelooer* of Storey county, No rid*. >111 be tec-lvedat tb« offlo* of the Clerk if i*ld Doard until Um hour of II o'clock Boon jf the IS 111 d«jr «f Juitry, A. D. IMS. By order of the Board of County Commlteloa tre of fetorey comity. Nevada. J J. A. MABANNT. Clerk. THE ARGONAUT, AJk AMERICAN JOURNAL or Politics, Literature, Society Ml Satire. PUBLISHED AT BAN FRANCISCO. CAL. T»ni AROONAUT IS A REFBESKIT ATIV1 Josreal of American Idea* aad HUratore. It le tburougbly Independent tn lie editorial treatment of tbe toplee of lb* day. It aim* to rive tbe beet Pacific coeal literature obtainable, ■a wall »• tbe current good thing, of lb* preea. It le pnbllebed weekly at *4 per yeer; OS M tor els month,; (I M lor three month*, pay ibla la advanoe. Meat poet paid on receipt of prtoe. F peel men oopy eant free, Addrett •TUB AKUoNAUT,"US OaUfernta etreet, Han rraacleeo, Oal. jaM SO PATBS1, »« PAY. PATENTS OBTAIN*!) FOB MECBANICAL DEVIOUS, w medical or other eompoaad*. omimentai Mis*, trade mark, aad label*. Caveata, A* laelgna. trade mark, its, Intel" mrelatla :£*rgc! Md'^^ho*ar^twee^tojBew1avw>. lone and Pateati en Invited to_eend for a em if our "Guide for OMalalM Peteata." which a teat free to any edrtrece. and cootaina ootn >lete Instruction! how to obtain Patents, aad rther valuable matter. During the peet five JStr. we have obtained nearly three thooeaad lateou for Amerlsso aad forrigv tav*ofcm,aad an give eatlefaelory refereocea In almoet every onaty In the Union. Addrete, LOUIS BAOOXB * 00, ■olloitora of Patents aad Attorney* at law, U» Pwlt Bnlkltny. Washington. P. 0. ANNUAL MEET1NQ. PBS ANNUAL MSSTINO OF TBI STOCK * holder* of tbe Alabama, Humboldt aad lalley Mining Oompanlee, will be held at the iffloe of ea<d 0 >mpaolee, No. 901 Montgomery 'reet, Room* 6 and I, ttu Fraccltrn, Cal., "Q rU»BOAV, the fourfentbday of riBKUAST, WS. at the bnnr of oce (1) o'clock w. for be purpoee of e lectin* a Baud of Director* to erra daring the mining year, aad the tr«n*. ■etloo of encb other baelnen* *• mav be pl anted. Trauifkr book* will be elooed oa »»J irdav, the eleventh (Ulb) lnaiaat at IS o slock i., tad uatll after tba meeting. WM. B. WaTeON. Soegtsp. Offloe—No. SOI Montgomery iwet. N°o™} » ed «. Ban FrancHco. California. ruiTifle. GOLD HILL "DAILY NEWS" MEWIPAPUB ••••AOttt* JOB PRINTING UTABLItHMKNT. Alain Street, Gold <• Hill NEVADA Books, Pamphlets, Receipt Books, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, JLegal Blanks, Brokers' Blanks, Election Tickets, All Kinds of Card Work, Mlllll STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OB THEATRICAL Dodgers, Fljen, Programme!, Oiroulars, Ball Tioketi. Wedding Oardi, finaineis Cards, Labels, Tags, £ta Printing, in Colors) Printing, Plain or Ftncyj Printing, in All Stylet* PBINT1HO DONE TO OBSEB WITI NEATNESS AND OtSPATCR •••tUfOI TBI**** MOST SEASONABLE TEBMfl H..UI *f TOttM LOWEST CASH RATES. THE Sold Hill Daily Neil, (UTABLUHXD » IMS), [| pobilabad *r*nr rraolDf axcipt Bandar, aai lta drtolillon brio* nrj grstnlMd MtnilTi uni mining ul boilMM peop.t, tualSm, •te., m«k*a it THJ BZ8T AND 01 oar imciiNT mkdicbi: • «ttVOI* * * * MINING, BUSINESS. AND ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. ■MINUS MAN. PROFESSIONAL MKN. PRACTICAL MKN. IrtrwpMUhltjrlavtudtoactMfU twpwdM •ltd crlucltiB of m ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Duki fWr i4T.nlal.( nrilil.4 Fn. rHE GOLD HILL NEWS, • •••AS 4**t« FIRST-CLASS DAILT PAPKR. I* tbOKWfblr ld*nti0«d Willi lb* bMt to umti oMti country, mo all tlmn of "ig^rriir CI I AH T or tb* BAfiKKB. It flm tb* LATlUtT Nkwb, taifftaphic and otbtrwlM from all parti of tb* World, u< EVERYBODY READS IT. OUR Weekly Mining Summary Ibllthad rrtry W*da**d*r to tto Mwa,lf canMIy pnptnd from tb* not iptio no aocwa, private a»d oUmrtw.ce the day oi publication. rmployfiig U Kb)* ut HScieni corp. of .sosjuaffra. mmt minoT and ro^ofth. eondlttw o^, mtowrt it. QuiiKi or "WmM Mrtioa. W* alto dr. tb* latwt Blaise lnSornatfaa ibtauabte noaa otbar parttof tb* coney THE Sold Hill Dally News la daUnnd by eantara tbioagboti 0«M Bill. Vlrgtela City, (km, Bllrw Cltr. Dtrtoa, *>d coctlfooa. loeaHlU*, and U Ml V; aall to all puta of tk* country Bad tb*worid. HoooaUfalJy poatad.or up to tb« tteaa whodo** ■etwA tfce Sett He* D*»T *m.;