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GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS.
VOL. XXXVII. GOLD WTT.T- STOREY CO.. NEVADA: TBUESDAT EVENING. FEBRUARY 2. 1882. NO. 6610. THE EVENING NEWfci rubiwhad am) day (Handaya UNpUd), ■V TNI >B«« PCBUUIIIM CO. E7" Entered >t the Oold Hill poetoAoe m eeoond-claa* matter. TIIXI. Ui year, by Mail or Kxprcaa ft 00 •is Month*. 5<» rhree Mwtta I UO i podiM prepaid.) M1NN4 U UoJdHit VUvtaja, illwOlty Oum, Dayton, Dim, ale., at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PES WEEK. Payable to the Camera. 07"All communication* thoald be ad draaaed to tbe " Nrwa Publishing Com pany." Quid Mill. Nevada. OUR AOVFRTItlNB ABENTS. 0. W. CRANK. No*. 318 Pine and 10 Ltldeedorff »tr*eU : : Baa Fraaeiaeo OACHTIM A ALLEN. : : : : Canon City W. X. LANO, . Empire City B. X. JAXI80N. : Bene C. CHENOWETH. : : Wlnnemuooa NIW YORK. J. H. Bin*., : 41 Park Row 8. M. PrrrtNotu. A Co.,: : 37 Park Uo» Omo. P. Bovell. A Co.. 10 Spruce Street Tra Pars* may be found on file in New Tork at the newipaper agenciee of J. H. Batee. 41 Park Row; 8. X. PetlenglU A Co.. 37 Park Bow. and Geo. P. Rowcll A Co.. 10 Bprace street. SELECT ITEMS OF INTEREST. « Aboot 25.000 of lb* inhabitants 01 Nevada were born outaide of lb* United Btatee. Little Harry eat his finger while at plsy, and strrsmed, "Hurry op— hurry op, mamma! I 'm leakin'!" Faro ia played in New Albany, Ind., by a dob whose member* lake an oatb ■ever lo give testimony about it. Patti will return to Europe in April, aad the present outlook ia Ibat tba At lantic will freeze oyer balora aba retnrna to Amsrioa. "Why didn't yoa aeod f or ma eoon erf" aaked a doctor of a patient. "Wall, you eee, doctor. I couldn't maka np my mind to do anytbiug daapcrata." Tommy don't lika fat meat. One day Ibe »t.uk waa very fat. "Tommy." aaked tbe professor, "will yoa bar* aoma beefeteak?" "Yea. air; but I don't waal any tbat baa pork all round it." Two well-dressed ladiea were exsmin icK a atatue ol Andromeda, labeled: "Executed in terra eolta." Saya one, "Wbere ia tbat?" "I am aura I don't know." replied tbe otber, "but I pity the poor girl, wherever it waa." A Providence woman went no further toward murdering an eoemy than to get a fa tee advertisement of her death into the papera, with lb* age art down at 3d years, and Ihe "Miss" ineerted to re mind tbe reader tbat abe waa atill un married. A man iu Omaba blew on a lung Utter and broke it all to amithereena. And tbe owner of tbe machine gazed at him sadly and laid: "If I'd known you were a Chicago drommer I'd have aeen you ia hadee before I'd have let you at tbat machine." The Texaa Si/limp tells of a card-play ing clergyman who, on a rcoent Sunday, juat before divine service began, waa ap proached by the organist, who aaked, re ferring to tbe opeuiog bymu: "What aball I play?" "What kind of a band have you got?" waa tba abeent-minded response. A good alary ia told of General Bat ler'a sarcastic retoit upon a Msssacbu astts Jadiie whom be was teaaing for a ruling unfavorable to a cause be waa de fending in oomt. Tbe Judge got out of patience at last, and somewhat tsatily exclaimed: "Jlr. Butler, what do you think I lit here for?" Tbe General > abrugged bia shoulders and replied: "The Court baa got me now." BUCKWUEAT CAKES. (Frvm tkt .Yew Yurt Trihu■«.] Scituco hi' ctiq revolutionised tlie method of making backwbeat cake*. The old way. tetting to raiao over night, tour ing. fermcutiug. decomposing and dee troy ing the nutritiuut put of the tlour. car bonic acid gaa (u produced ami tho caket mad* light. But a well-founded tatpicion baa alway* exiated that buckwheat cakea mad* in thlt manner ar« uuwbolesorae at J indigettlble, becauae tho obemical action that take* place to altera tho dour from ita original character that the aour mg or decompoaini; proceaa continnea in the atomach and givee riao to dytpeptia and kindred troubli«. Tho now way doea away with all decom poting. all fermeating or touring, and placet upon our tablet tuioking hot buck* wheatt in leat than IS miuutet. Tho leavening element of tho new proceaa. which it the "Koyal Baking Powder." be ing mixed with the dour and moiature added, evolvee th« Wvening gaa. and in uo way cbanxet tli» d'jugh from ita orig inal tweet and uutrttioua condition, la point of heal.hfulniaa, it it a poaitive ' fact that buckwheat and griddle cakea made in tbie way with the "Koyal" pow der are eery healthy, andean be eaten with Impunity by dytpeptict and invaltda with out ditcomfort. Variout preparationa and mixtures have been put on the market from time to time to take the place of the "Koyal Bakiug Powder." auch aa "aelf-raiaiag" or "grid dle cake" flour*, bat analytit thowt many of them to be made from anwboletom'o eabetitutee and alrong acidt. which have a corroding effecj on the membranee of the ttomaob. Il it much tafer for all coutum era to purchaae dour tbemaelvee that they know to be good and reliable, and add the baking powder at a conaidorable aaving. than to purthaae aay of the to-called "tolf-raiting" fluurt. which are utnally compoundt of the vileel nature,* contain ing alum or phoepbaUt. It it atated that «i three-fourtha of Uie ' tell-raltm^ buck wheat" told in the market ia nothing more than "middlingt." or the dark-colored •ifting* and impuritie* which form the rofote in tbo manufacture of the higher grade* of Hoar. The following it a good recipe and moat economical: Quick Bccswukat C asm.—To one pint of backwbeat dour, while dry. add two teaapoonfult Koyal Baxi.no Powpii, a teatpoonful talt, one tcant tableepoonful brown tagar or New Orleant molaatet to make thtm brown, mis well together, and when ready to bake add one pint evlJ water or tuScient to form a batter, stir bat little, and bake immediately m a hot griddle. QyTfce Baking Powder ihould never be ■at into tba batter, bat alwayi mixed with Soar la a dry itate. UNITED STATES MININQ LAWS. laroMATIOH FOB LOCATOR* AID •Willi «r MIB. AppllMllMt tor MmU-Imt to Owl silk Crtw Ulw T»«wl Ulkto-AlfMM Clalnse— Tk«u« uitftrl to All— Ito. aWUCtTKW or tkTBtt. Whir* papers have once been filed with the Register and Receiver, they become a part of lk» moid, tad ton neither be withdrawn nor returned, bat moat be transmitted to the General Land Office. An applioatioa will bo rejected when the deeenpuon ef the premiaee U erroneous or insufficient. Application for patent Till bo rejected bocAUM; Firet— The notioe waa pabliahed without the knowledge of the Regieter. Sccond—The notice waa not published in a newspaper designated m published aeareet the claim. Third—Record title waa found defect!re, and: Fourth—A previous application bad been made for the same premises, which waa withdrawn pending a suit in court com menced by the adverse claimant. An application for patent will be rejected when the survey docs not accurately de fine the boundariee of the claim. Where the claim was not located in ac . cordauce with law. Where several parties own separate and distinct portions of a claim, application for pa taut may be made by either lor that portion of the claim owned by bim; but where several parties own undivided in terest* in a mining claim, all should join in an application for a patent. A person or association may parchaae as many plaoer locations as the local law ad mits, and embrace them all in one appli cation for a patent. Two or more lodes cannot be embraced in one application for a patent exoept for placer claims embracing two or more lodes withiu their boundaries. Pspers sworn to before any person pur porting to act as a deputy for tho-Register and Receiver, cannot be recorded as evi dence. ill AH ptlCDU lor miBlOKUBiuiaaiiuawu within the interior boundaries of a town site. a claus* is inserted "excepting and excluding all town property, rights upon tii* surface. and ail bouses, buildings, atruelurM. lots, bloclu, streets, alley*, or other municipal improvement* not belong ing to th* grants* herein, and all rlgbu necessary or proper to the occupation, pos session and enjoyment of the earns." Publication of notice mast be made lu only on* newspaper (or th* period of sixty days. Notice matt be published ten oonsecu tire weeks in weekly newspapers, and in daily newspapers sixty days must clsps* between the first and th* last insertions. Where th* Iteglster designste* the dally issue of a newspaper for publication of notices of a mining application for patent, it is not a compliance with law to change to the weekly «lition of th* urn* paper without authoiity of the ltegister. Th* existence of a salt spring oa a tract of land withdraws it from th* operation of the homestead and pre-emption laws. A hearing for tile purpo** of proving the sgricultural character of sach land is not allowed. Laud containing valuable de posits of slat* may b* entered under the mining Acts. ADVUSK CLAIMS. Adverse claimants must fll* a separate and distinct claim against each application which it is alien' J conflicts with Ui* prem ise* owned by such advers* clalmaut. Th* papers in an adverse claim ono* filed cannot be withdrawn, but become a part of th* record. When an adverse claim has been filed it cannot b* amended so a* to ambrao* a larger portion of th* premises than that described in th* original advers* claim. An advers* claim must be mad* out in proper form and Hied in th* proper local ottice daring th* p*riod of publication of the application for th* patent to be effective. II IS lUO QQIJ Ol 1UC wrnio tiWktiwi H7 commence mil ia proper form within the required time, and if be trust* the uncer uiu medium of the Doited Bute* mail, be muit abide tbe consequences, iboald tbe delay ensue through mUfurtOne or acci dent. Should tbe failure to commence suit be tbe rcault of tbe corrupt or dishon Ml action of bia attorney, tbe Interior De partment cannot redreaa tbe wrong. An adverse claimant abould act forth in detail tbe faet* upon wbich he baae* bla adverse claim. A aUtement in general teruia, embodying concluaiona of law, without etaliog the facta apecially, will not be conaidered in evidence. * An adverae claimant abould abow a com pliance with tbe local laws in recording hit claim and In regard to expenditure*, and shall tile ft copy of tbe original notice of bit location, aud show the nature or extent of tbe couilii^ alleged. Au allegation of parties to a snlt that they compose tbe company is sufficient, and tbey are not required to prove that they are tbe original locators or tbe iden tical partiea who preseated tbe adverse claim. AOUCVLTCKAL OB XIXUUL LAMM. Where lsnd is of little if any value for agricultural purpose*. but is essential the proper duvelopment of mining claims, It should be disposed of nnder tbe mining Act. Where lands containing valuable mineral deposits have been included in an agricultural entry, aaid entry will be can celed at any time prior to issuance of patent, upon satisfactory evidenoe of tbe etistence of such valuable deposits. Wbero valuable deposit* of mineral are discovered upon a tract after the eame baa been entered as agricultural, but before patent has been issued, tbe parties claim ing tbe mine may make application for patcui for same, and tbe agricultural entry will be canceled to that portion of the land embraced by aaid mining claim. Where mineral deposits sre discovered ou agricultural lands after tbe patent baa been issued to an agricultural claimant, tbey pass with tbe patent. Agricultural college scrip cann)t be re ceived in payment for claima. AUDI, A foreigner may make a mining location and dispose of it. provided bo becomes a cltiten before disposing of tbe mine. Proof tbat tbe party waa not a citiasn before dis poning of bis claim must be affirmatively abowo. ^ Locators and intermediate owners other tban applicant* will not be^esumed aliens in the abaence of allegation or ob jection prior to iaauance of patent. Tbe portlou of a mining claim sold to an alien cannot be patented while snch ownsr is an alien; but on hie declaration to become a citiasn, hia right date* back to his purchase, and be may thereupon secure United States patent for hi* claim, cnoaa lkdoes. Bevissd Statutes. Section 9336. Where two or more ledgee eroea or inter sect each other, priority of title ehall gov ern. and auch prior loeation shall be enti tled to all ore or mineral contained within the apace of intersection, but the snbee qneut location a ball have the right of way through the ipace of intersection for the pnrpoee of tbe convenient working of tbe mine. And where two or more velne unite, tbe oldest or prior location shall take tbe nil below tbe point at union, laeludlng Ul tke tp&m ■< tateneetioB. TUmttLB. There la bo anthority of law for atunnel location 3000 by 1600 foot. A proper loca-. tlon ii the width of the tunnel for 3000 feet There ia no proviaion of law for patent lag tunnel location*, hot lodea diaoorered in running a tunnel may be patented In like manner aa other lodee. The right la granted to tunnel ownera to 1600 feet of each blind lode, not preViotuly known to exiat, which may be diaooTered la their tnnael. When a lode la ■ truck or diaoorared for the flrat time in running a tnnael, the tonnel ownera have the option of record ing their claim of 1500 feet all on one aide of the point of diacovery or Intersection, or partly on one aide thereof and partly on the other. Proe pec ting for blind lodea ia prohibited on the line of a located tunnel, while the tunnel ia in progreas, bnt other parties an in no way debarred from proapecting for blind lodee or running tunnela, ao long aa they keep without the line of such tunnel ANNUAL REPORT or Ik* Prealdeat mf Ike Board *r Trweteea «f ike Tewa ef Ualtl Hill. To the Taxpayer* and Oitlaana of the Town of Gold Hill: In aooordanoe with the rcquirementa of the Charier of the Town of Qold Hill, I herewith aubmit a report of the financial eituation of aald town for the year ending April IS, 1881: Bxccxrra raox all eonacsa. Liceneee, real eetate taxee, per sonal property and bullion taxes—M. Kennedy 984,Ml 38 Delinquent taxee—J. P. Tien ningbam 1,270 79 F. W. Pulsom 20 00 L. T. Fox S,000 00 Total 130,892 03 oiaauaauuxrs. On hand, Apr.,1880.$ 1,219 32 By bond* 10,000 00 By coupons 3,493 00 By warrants 11,280 17 Br balance 1,837 91—$30,862 03 kUovxt or rkOFMTT imuiid TOM ran Tuni 1830 ajiD 1881. Rati property 81,877,121 SO reraonal property 21,018 00 ToUl .>1,001,188 80 Tum tbcreon *t 1V por cent. 920,014 24 Amoant exempted by Uw tod liutrd of Truiteee 814 89 | Amoant charged to Town Marshal....: >19,360 83 Amoant of delinquent tax ' roll delivered to Town At torney >1,838 87 Tn per oont. delinquency.. 183 83 Total >1,488 90 Amoant not loed for and withdrawn by order of the Hoard >198 18 Amount collected with the 10 per cent, added * 1,270 78 Total >1,488 00 Amount of Lioeneea leaned to Town Marshal >10,388 80 | Amount told >8,287 39 Amount returned. 4,101 11 Total >10,388 80 Amount of Bullion Tax on prodnelof mine* >279 83 TOW1C BONDS CANCEL ZD. Noe. 103 and 104. ieaued Anguet 14th, 1879 ; time, 1 year ; duo August 14th, 1880; canceled August 14th, 1880. 1 .OCTMTASDIXQ TOWS SOXDC. No. 100, amount >3000, due May let, 1681. Not. 108 and 109, amonnt >10,000, due An gust 14th, 1881. Noe. 108 and 106. amount >10,000, dne November let, 1881. Amount of bonda >23,000 00 Interest due on aame to April 13tb, 1881 823 00 ToUl $24,825 #0 In submitting my annual report, a* re quired by law, 1 have deemed It proper tint the taxpayer* and cltlien* should be ioformed of the condition of the town ind iu financial standing at the preeent time. The Unanora of the town are in a very healthy condition, ounsiderlng the extreme dullness of bnaineea tho pait year. . The revenue from the different branchei of business baa been iteadily on the de cream tbe paat year, and the Board of Trustees hsvo been governed in ezpendi (area accordingly. Five tbooaand dollars of the town debt have been liquidated. In tbe different department! the greatest care barn been taken by the Committee* to have tbe running expense* of tbo town u low as they could possibly be made and satisfy the oltlsens at large. Tbo water works and everything con nected with them are in the very beet of order. The Chief Eogineer of the Fire Department haa been very vigilant in look ing after tbe hydrants and main*, and keeping them in good condition. Tbo streets have been well attended to and kept in good order. Tbo officers of tbo town have been faith ful and cnergetio in the discbarge of tbeir duties. The police Lave been vigilant in guarding tbe Intercsta of tbe town and keeping away suspicion* character* who are alwaya wateblng for opportunities to practice tbeir nefarlou* bn*inr*«. Tho Fire Department are deserving of much praise for tbe able and efficient man ner in which tbey have acquitted them •elves on all occasions when their service* were required. I trust th* people of Oold Iilll will ooutlnue to bav* tbeir inUreata guarded in the futuro bv aa an efflolent body of fireman is those who have guarded them in tbe paat. In conclusion, I would lay that our dutiea as a Board of Town Trustees will soon bo at an end. The people of Oold Hill are aoon to bavs a changs of govern ment, the laat LegislaturedisiooorporatlBg tbe town and paaslng tbe Consolidation bill, by wbleb the city of Virginia and tbe town of Oold BUI have been consoli dated with the county of Storey in one government. It waa the oplulon of those sdvocating tbe measure that tbe intere*ta of all ooncerned would be furthered by having one government instead of thrse. As It Is but sn experiment, it remaina to b* seen what advanUgea, If any, will be gained to tbe busineaa portion of the town by tbe change. It will, in my eetimation, be found neoessary by the incoming ad ministration to exercise the greatest dis cretion in the management of affair* for the oomtog year. Tbe revenue from taxable property will b* very much leea than what it waa laat year, and is likely to continue decreaiing unless soms dsvelopments in th* mines wonld glvs a nsw aspect to affairs. I sincerely thank tbe members of tbs Board for tbs vsry abls manner in wbleb tbey bav* assisted me in the management of town affair*. Being compelled by other buaineas to absent myeelf a good deal from ths town and from th* meeting* of th* Board, I feel grateful for tbe Indulgent •pirit manifested toward m* by th* msm bers. In closing your labor* you ean fssl • Just prids within yoursslvss that you hava bad at all Unas ths bsst iutsrssta of ths town athsart. Tour labors hava been wdMoi and without wpi—Mn>, oaiy aaeb u yon mn(t all (m1 within jootmItm —that gratifying reminder that u pnblie eerranti yon hare performed the dntica lncnmbent upon yon and bar* prored yonraalTaa deserting tha oonfldenoa of tha paoplaol OoldJHllL L. T. Fox, Fraaldant ot tha Board ol Trnataaa. OUR LIVE pUSINESS MEN. inoi awaKi iimmiBi WHO TMI1TI THIIUI. UnrtMNB^tawOmaM Bmmi ■Ma-mau ik PMfMiiy ri. la*-TUI M Iba fipirlaaw al All WlM lava Triad II. AMWIMENTS. Plpari' Opara'Hoaaa, Virginia City. Agency Navadftfenk of San Franeiaoo, 0 »treat, VirginiaJOty. L. B. Frankal. jMsetraet, Gold HUL T. B. MoQora, lM Booth 0 etraet, Vir ginia Oily. CLOTHINO AMD FUBNISHING GOODS. Banner Broa., Corner 0 and Taylor itreeta, Virginia. CIOAB8 AND TOBACCO. D. Tborbnrn, oppoaita Niwa offloa, Main (treat, Qold Hill. DBCOGISTS. Hubronok A 11all, Main itreat. Gold Hill, oppoaita Yellow Jaeket engine-bonee. John Jonaa, Jr., Main (treat, Gold Hill. DENTIST. A. Chapman, 160 Bonth 0 (treat, Vir ginia Oily. FANCY GOODS. D. Tborbnrn, Main (treat, Gold HU1. - 8. W. Obnbbnok, Poatoffloe (tore, Main (treat, Gold Hill. FOONDBIES. Gold Hill foundry, Lowar Gold Hill« George Emmet, proprietor. Beno Foundry, Beno, Andrew Fraaar, proprietor. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. T. W. Polsoni, M»in street, Gold Hill. Riobard Meroer, Main itreet. Gold Hill. T. R. MoOurn, Main (treat, Gold Hill. HOTELS AMD RESTAURANTS. Gold Hill Rakery and Restaurant, Main itreet. Gold Hill; J. P. Decker, Pro prletor. City Bakery, 27 North 0 itreet, Tirginla Oily; Piumeior A Armbruat, Proprie tor*. HARDWARE. W. N. Hall A Co-, Main itreet, Gold Hill. LAUNDRY. Pioneer Laundry, north of Tirginla Olty; G. W. Hall, Proprietor. NEWS DEPOTS. D. Thorium, oppoelte News offloe, Main itreet. Gold HilL S. W. Cliubbuok, Poetoffloe store, Oold Hill. PHYSICIANS AND BUROEONS. Dr. J. U. Hall, Mala street, Gold Hill. IALOONB. Paihion, Main itreet, Oold Hill; R. fi. Tnrney, proprietor. WOOD AND GOAL. Thomai Gallagher, near railroad depot, Oold HilL . THE SUN FOB 1882. Tn Sen for ISM will make iti fifteenth annual revolution under the preient man agement, ibining, u alwayi, for all, big and little, mean and graeloui, contented and unhappy. Republican and Democratic, depraved and vlrtuoui, Intelligent and obtuM. The Sue's light Is for mankind and womankind of overy sort; but its genial warmth is for the good, while it pours hot discomfort on the blistering kaala iti* TMPtlaUnll* vIaItm). The Bex of 1868 *u a newspaper of a now kind. It discsrded many of the formi and a multitude of the iup«rflout words and pbraaea of ancient Journalism. It undertook to report in a freeh, mooioot, unconventional way, all tba now* of tba world, omitting no event of baman in terest, and commenting upon affair* with tbe fearleaeness of absolnte independence. The snccoss of this experiment waa tba enocess of Tut So*. It effected a per manent change in tbe style of American newspspers. Every important Journal established In this coo n try in tbe docen years put has been modeled after Tn 8c*. Every important Journal already existing baa been modified and bettered by tbe foroa of Tib 8c*'e example. Tib 8cm of 1883 will be tlio same out spoken, truth-telling and interacting news Ty' a liberal use of tbe means which an abundant prosperity affords, we shall maka it better than ever before. We shall print all tba news, putting It into readable shape, and meaauring ita importance, not by the traditional yard stick, but by its real Interest to tba people. Distance from Printing Hons* Square Is not tba first consideration with Til Son. Whenever anything happens worth report ing we get tbe particulars, whether it nap pens in Brooklyn or Bokhara. In politlca we bava decided opinions; and are aocustomed to expreea them in language that oan be understood. We say what we think abont. men and evente. That habit is tba only seoret of Tlx Bca'a polliloal course. Tub Wxxxlt Be* gather* into eight page* the beet matter of tbe seven daily issues. An Agricultural Department of unequaled merit, fnli market reporta, and a liberal proportion of literary, eoientiflo, and domeetle Intelligence complete Thb Wxxxlt Be*, and make it tbe best news paper for tbe farmer's household that waa ever printed. 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JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT OF Til GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS QIINQ WILL PROVIDED WITH A COST ly, uttnilT* and tvM u*ortment of thi NI WIST AND VERY LATEST STYLES 0 V TYPE, from lit* pUlnut to th • MOST ELE GANT AMD FABHIONADLE, tod thro* FIRST-CLASS BTHAU rKESSES, wiindo li>( M good woik m can bo das* la any dm Utr wUblUbmrat In Ih* STATE 07 NE VADA. Potter* of Iverj Blie, Placards, HandbllU, Bodfers, Mining Block Certificate!, BUI Heads, Broken* Blanks, Letter Heads, Ball PrornuMet, Wedding Cards, ItC,,ltC., Executed to ordor In tb* mo#t tpproTtd rtylo and on tho MOST REASONABLE TERMS. y CALL AND EXAMINE BPRC1MKW8. STEVENSON'S PiUil Etild Board AMALGAMATING FAN. PATKNTKD, APKIL IS, INTO. INTIRNATIONAL EXHIBITION, | Philadelphia, 187#. AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM —roa AM IK toot u>— Grinding and AmalganatlBC P»n. TBI8 PAN 18 PAR BUPBHIOR TO ALL otheea to aeveral ImporUDt particular*. Th* Orlndlng Muller* in i.ear the center, re quiring letf power. 1 be plow*h*ped imotM relaa the qulckailver with the palp regularly, with leee power. without violence. and with batter amalgamating effect. Nwldet admitting I lamer charg*. Tb* Inclined abaped hooalng* of tha mnll«r-pUt« open I do rfliclently force tha palp dlrec'ly under tha mnller*. Rarnf*cturr<1 at tha Golden State and Miner*' Iron Worka, JS7 to tsi Ptrat ►traet Han riao elaeo, and at the (latae h Hcorlllo Iron Worka, 81 Booth Oaoal (traet, Chicago, when It can be examlued and lurthw particular* b« learned; or perron* mar apply to tha Inventor and Pat entee. 0 0. BTKVBNBOJf, at the Doailaa Mill, Gold Hill, Nevada, whero tha Pan* have long bean In operation. Dr. SPINNEY, NO. II KEARNY STREET. Traala all Cliraal#fH atUUDIiiaata | YOUNG MEN WHO MAT BBHCPPBRINU »OB tha effect* of jontbful folllaa or India eretl"n will do wall to avail th*m<*lvae of tbla, tha area teat boon aver laid at tha altar of anf taring bumanllv. DB. toPlNMr will miaran tea to forfeit IM for every eaaa of Bemlnal Weaknaea or private dlxaaa of any kind or character wMcb ha undertake* and fait* to car*. ■ IDDLK-AUKD BII. Thar* ar* many at lb* *g* of thirty to »l*ty wht> ar* troubled with too 'requent ev.eaation* of tha bladder, ofun accompanied by a alight ataartlngor WIW aeneatlon aod a weaken ing of tha evaiam In a manner ibe patient can not account for. On examining tha urtoary depoalua ropy tedlment wtil often ba found, aod aometlma* email particle* of albnmaa will appear, or the color will be of a thin, mllklah ba*. again chanktnx to a dark and torpid ap pearance. Thaie ar* many men who die of thla dlfflcoliy. Ignorant of tha c*a*a. which U th* eeoond atag* of aaalnal waaknea*. Dr. B. will guarantee a perfect core In all each c*««*. and a healthy raatoratlon of U* ganlto urinary "ottoeHour*—10 to 4 and • tot. Hundaya, from 10 to II a- m. Oooeultatlon ft**. Taor outb examination aod adfioa* $9. Call or addrej*^ ^ ^ anttf Ho. 11 Baaray atraat. Han PrmnelKO LOST. AN BMAMKLBD PKNDtBT BRU8TPIN wlih a gold taaael attached waa loat at Qarfeld Hall, Rata atraat, laat night. A r*. ward of »iva Dollar* will b* paid for lta return lo i he paraoceaa. M lw JL2 BAJfMRM 1X11 BUKIU. THE NEVADA BANK OP SAN FRANCISCO. sax rtu»aaco —galuokhu PbM OmImL.. ><P.B* umm « Vh*l*4. Imli,:. [ii y *•»£ |g-B«jaai><»aHa I^fciyaaTriigmbk Trtmifer*. mm OsaawcUl u4 BwW Oredln. Thl» bask ha* apacul taeUUlet for detl ne In boUloe. W T. ft. MeflCRR, STOCK AM MONEY MOREL 106 loath 0 St., Tliflaltf TIT ILL BUT AMD UU STOCKS Olf OOM* YY mUM cm Ua moat fiTonbta tuna | wlU alao eatiy Stoeka am Muala and a* all GOLD AND SILT KB BOUGHT AMD »■ WOLD. L. B. FRANKEL, OirriCK- Mala lOMii OtM BlUi Ji tMTi lk« Ink ifUHhnk. HTOCM BOUGHT. (OLD AND MB. R1BD ON ItUKOim. la LYONS A MONANAN DKALXBSIN ffOOH AND COIL YuI-OnmIm' III T. 4c T/.OIi. Depot* IVIBOINU CITY. WOOD CUT ABD SPLIT AMY LENGTH deelred ud delivered »« abort notion. The Umi Wood In the VlMlnla HuM CM DOW bo aotn at our T*ra. Beloro purehaalo* an Inferior article, call and rzaoiloo oar ttock. We are aiao Aienu for Uio 0«lebraled excelsior mm, Tbo moat powerful Mtro-OljctrlneIn the mar. ket. It bae Icaa noxlooa fame# than any other powdir mmnfactnred. Tit It and b« con vinced. TbU 1* not a ao called Safety Powder, bat A oTAHDARO MlTKO-OLYUBHlHIt MuH KXPLOsIVE. Kmlug men will flod It to their advantage to (It* the Bxeelalor Powder • trial. LYONS * MONAHAN. CVOOea—At tbo Tard. Main 0<Bco at J. 0. CUKBiE'tf AMOTION 1IOCBK, Booth 0 • treat. »tf GOLD HILL BONDS, NOTIOB 18 HEREBT QIVK1T, THAT •tiled propoeala for the tnrrender of Outstanding bond! of Um Town Of UOld Hlil, to lb* Amoont of lire Thoaiand Dollar*, Directed to the Chairman of tbi Board of Oouniy Comn>te*lon*ra of Htotrjr coanty, Ne ▼•da. "Ill be rec>lved at tt>e office of lb« Clark or (aid Board until tbo boor of It o'clock noon of the 131b day »f lunri, A. D. IMS. By order of Ua« Board or Oouty Commtaelon tr* of Moray county, Mend*. # 1 j J. A. MAHANHY, Olcrk. HO PATENT, NO PAY. OBTAINED FOB MECHANICAL CBVIOKS. V/ medical or other compoaod*. orn*m*atai <M<na. trade aarke aad tabele. Caraata, Ae ■ignmenta, Inteiferaeoee. Infringement* and all matten relatlnf to Patonta promptly attend ed to We make pnllmlnaly examination* and fnrnlah opinion* a* to patentability, fte* ft en arse, and *U who are tatanetad ia new laves tion* and Patent* *n lnrlted to eead fmr • oop» of oar "Onld* for Obtain In* Pateota," which t* cent fr*e to any addreea, aad contain* oo» plot* lD*trnetlon* how to obtain Fatanta, aad other nloaole matter. Darta« the peat An yean we han obtained nearly thna thonaaad patent* for Amertaaa and foralfa lnnati«a,aad can ftro aa<l*f*ctory leferenoee la alatoet every ooonty la the Union. AddraN. LOU 18 BAOOKB II 00, Solicitor* of Patent* aad Attorney* at Law, L« Droit Bnlldlag. W**hln«tnn. P. 0. THE ARCONAUT, AN JUIBBICAN JOOBtUL OP Polities, Literature, Boeletr ud Satire. PUBUSBSD AT HAS WMAMOUOO, CJLL. fflHE AROONAUT11A BpSKflWTATTVI I Journal of Aawrtcan ldn» aadUtewtara. It le thuroosbly Independent In Ita editorial treatmwt of tbe topteaofthe day. It *lme to .|va the beet Paella coeat literature obtainable, L we» aMbe cTrrent r*d thfar* of th*V". II t* pobliabed weekly at Mper ye*r. M tor tlx month*: fl M lor three month*, pay. able la advance. Heat poetpald on reoetpt of prie#. Specimen cow aeat free. Addreee ! TH« AR'HjNADI," m California itnet, Ban Pfanclaoo. 0*1. JaM ANNUAL MEETING. rriHK AHHUAL'MEITINQ 07 THE 8TOCE , X bolder* cf the Alabama, Hamboldl aad Ballty Mtnln# Com pactee, will he held at the office of Mid 0 >myanlee, Ho. 101 Hoatfoa*ry •■reel, Room* • *ndd. Baa Fraaelero. Cel.. "n TUaaoAT. tbetoarvcnthdayof PEBaCABT. IWt. at the bnnr of one (1) o'clock P. ■•. lor the pwpoee of e lectio* a Baud of Dtieeaore to »em durtn* the raraln« year, aad the train, action of *ach other baafaraa ** ma/ b* pr* eeated. Trmuefer book* will he eloeed jl* nrdar,theale tec Ik(11th)lailaat atlloclock k., and antll after the meettaf. . . WM. H. WATaOlf. Becwtary.. Office-Mo. 101 MoaVpxnery etreet, Boom** I aad a. aan rranciaoo, Oallfonia. J*"" IWSr3' minus. QOLD HILL "DAILY NEWS" NBW1PAFEB JOB PRINTING j , • »■STABLISMMSNT. Hail Street, Gold Bill NEVADA BmIu, Pamphlets, Beceipt Books, BUI Beads, Letter Beads, Lefal Blanks, Brokers' Blanks, Election Ticket*, All Kinds of Card Work, Mlllll STOCK OEITIFIOATES, ELEOTIOH OE THEATRICAL Dodgeri, Flyen, Programmes. Oironlan, Ball Tioketi, Wedding Oardi, fiatiness Cards, Labels, Tags, Eto. Printingjn Colors) Printing, Plain or Fincy) Printing in All Stylet. PRINTING DONE TO OBDEB WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATfH MOST REASONABLE TERMS ...UI At *Ohm LOWK8T CASH RATES. V __ THE Gold Hill Dally Newt, (ISTABLWHID III 1M), b pofcll«b«d imi erasing axeept Bosdajr. «M 1U dmlMlac balaft tm7 genera laid axten.lre usoDjr Dining and boalaaa* people, DudIUw, ate., MkM it TBS BUT A WD BIOST imCIIM* KBOIDK I.I.VOImM MINING, BUSINESS, AND ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. BUailtCaS MSN. PROFESSIONAL MEN, PRACTICAL MEN, An rwpcctfullj larlud to a canfbl iup*ctioi •ad crtucim of OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. ■uki Iter AdtiKlitof hriMM Vtm THE GOLD HILL NEWS, • •••AS ▲•••• FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, la UoraocUr Identified with tk« b«at la Urwtt oMM coaatry, uta *11 cImm* of "iwsrs jEss?* "BMtT or U« MMIH. It rlTM the LA T Kit' iflWS, UlffttpMc tsd other*!** ■•T"" ^orM, from til £*rta EVERYBODY READS IT. OUR Weekly Mining Summary CabHiM «th7 Wadawday Is tha *m, Ir euafelly ptoptrad from U>. *o»t *om». no aoimcu, private aad otiirrvlM, <* tiM dftT or pnbllcatlon, ficplojlDf UIW Ul •adent corp. of rtportan. It la aalveraallr raeofslaad m ofldal. aadtb THE (laid Bill Dally Ren — . la UhM< kr ca.(ian Uroogkoit Oold HllL Ylrifatla City. Oumb, lllm City. Daytoa, and coatiooca loaaMUaa, •ad la'aaat by aalltoaUpartaof tka •oaatxy aad tfca world. SoaaalataUy poatad.or ap to tfe* tteaa wfcoi Mttaad tta Sou 1st Puur 1