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* Bull and Erection of Stamp Mills a Specialty. Mining, Milling and Concentrating Ma chinery, Sole Manufacturers of the Gilpin County Gilt Edge Concentrators. Corliss Engines, Hoisting Engines, Boilers and Heaters, Amalgamating Pans, Smelting Furnaces, Blake and Bodge Crashers, Jackson’s Cornish Rolls, Oro Cars, Tramways. OFFICE AND WORKS AT Denver. Black Hawk and Central City. | Dr. F enner s | | Kidney Backache | § Superior ve* 8 || to all others. ill ® For all Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. c~,. If you have BACKACHE, you want this Cure. <s) For FEU ALE WEAKNESSES it lias been proven the $ most successful remedy known. If suffering from too frequent or scanty urine, you need this great remedy. 1 11 case of Dropsy it means life and health to you. Bed Wetting in Children cured by one bottle. When you tako this preparation you have the assurance that ycu aro obtaining a medicine prepared by a Physician of many years study and wide experience., whose writings on medical questions are accepted as authority. We prove our faith in our goods by stating that if you aro not satisiied after using one bottle your money will be refunded by For Sale by A. H. Day, Central City. Notice of Final Settlement. In the matter of the estate of Louisa Henderson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 10 day of January. A. I). 1899, being one of the reg ular days of the December term, 1898, of the county court of Gilpin county, in tho state of Colorado, 1, Louis J. Henderson, administrator of said estate, will appear before the judge of said court, present my final settlement as such administrator, pray the approval of the same, and will then apply to bo discharged as such ad ministrator. At which time and place any person in interest may appear and present objections to tin* same, if any there Ik*. Dated at Central City, Colorado. Dec. H. 1898. L. J. HENDKKHOX. Administrator of the estate of Louisa Hcndcr son. Notice of Final Settlement. In the matter of the estate of Sarah J. Pena- Jana, deceased. Notice is hereby given. That on Monday tho 2nd day of January, A. D., 1899, being one of the regular days of the December Tumi, lß‘>. of tho County Court of Gilpin County, in tho Stato of Colorado, I, M. M. Kriley, administrator of said estate will npuenr before thoJudvoof said Court, present my final settlement as such ad ministrator, pray the approval of the some, and will then apply to be discharged as such admin istrator. At which time and place any person in Interest may appear and present objections to the same, if any there be. Dated at Central City, Colomdo, December 1. MK M. M. KKILtiY, Administrator of the Kstnto of Sarah J. Pena” itina. Deceased. Notice of Forfeiture. To Frank fttniusbergur, Frank Sclmssor and Jo seph Wexhclberger: Yon are hereby notified that we have expended during the yciira 1894, 1890, 1897 and 1898 the sum of SSW) in lalior and improvements upon tho Santa Barbara lode mining claim in Enterprise mining district, in liilpin _ county, state of Colorado, of which location certificate is found of record in Hook 118, jingo 80S, in tho office of the recorder of said county, under tho provisions of Section 2‘l2f of the De vised Statutes of tho United States, and all amendments thereto, concerning annual laber u(M>n mining claims, being tlie amount required to hold said lode f«»r tho period ending on the Mist day of December, 1898, and if wit hin 90 days after the publication of this notice you fail to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as co-owner your interest in tin* above named hsle mining claim will become the property of the uud« , rHign(*<l, yonr co-owner, who has made the required expenditure by the terms of said section. Ukouok Wkxiiiu.ukiioku. First pub. Dec. 20. I - last. .11 arch 20 MINING APPLICATION NO. 580. Survey No. 12858. U. H. Land Office, ) Denvku, Count ado, > Novem her 23rd, 1898. ) Notice is hereby given thnt Kdmund H. Lunken, wlmso postoHico is Denver, Colorado, has made application for a patent for 1500 linear feet on fjie IVggy lode, bouriuu gold and silver, tho sam<* rsouthwesterly from discovery shaft thereon, with surface ground 150 feet in width, situated in (Quartz Valley Alining district. Gilpin county, state of Colorado, aud described in the plat and field notes on tile in this office as follows, viz: Beginning at cor No, 1, whence the s cor sec 34, t 2, s r 73 wof the litli Principal Meridian Is-ars n 72 1.1 w 4478.(15 foot; thence n 48 f.H' w 175.04 feet; thence n 73 3 o 814.4 foot to cor No. 3, whence cor No. I sur No. 7720, Silver lllende lode, (tears u 43 3 w 301.05 f«*et; thence u 10 o 085.0 feet: thence s4B 58 e 175.01 f«*et; thvuce s 10 W ►ilßl.fi feet; thence 572 3 w 814.4 find to place of beginning, containing 4.189 acres, exclusive of stirs Nos. 7720, 10217 and 8558, and forming a por tion of the iiusiilNlivided township 3 h. range 73 w of tho oth Principal Meridian, said location Iteing rocorded in Vol. 114, Pago 101, of the records of Gilpin comity, Colorado. Adjoining claimants on other hsles, the owners of sur No. 7720, Silver Blende lode; sur No. 10217, Arthur lode, aud sur No. 8558, Nugget placer. C. D. FORD, Begistcr. h'ir.t pub Dec. 1, IMH last Feli'g 9, |h99 MINING APPLICATION NO. .188. Survey No. 13845. U. H. Land Opfioe, } Dknvkii, Count ado. > December 7th, 189 s, ) Notice is hereby given that Hyivnnus H. John son, whose post office is Bussell Gulch, Colorado, Ims made application for a patent for 1500 linear feet op the Advalorum hsle, ls*aring gold and silver, the same being 200 feet n 24* H’ e, and 1240 focth 43 38’ w from the discovery shaft tliurcon, with surface ground 150 f«*et In width, situate in Bussell Mining district, Gilpin county, state of Colorado, and descrilssl in the plat and field notes on tile in this office as follows, viz: Beginning at cor. No. 1 whence the s w cor. sec. 18 t 3 s r 72 w of the oth Principal Meridian. I tears » 84 20 e 8988.0 ft. cor. No. H sur No. 1014. Anchor lode ts*ars s 5* 41 w 85.7 ft and cor. No. 1 sur. No. 11080 Wautaugn Extension hsle I wars n 47 17 e 151.2 ft; thence sOS 52'e 150 fi*et; thence 524 8 w 272.89 ft; thence s 43 88 w 1220.33 ft; thence n 05 52* w 159.13 ft; thonoo n 43 38 ** 1253.07 ft; thence n 24 8 e 247.11 ft to lM*ginning, containing 2.730 acn*s exclusive of surs. Nos. 45, 107. 172,080. 125, 571,810, 857, 914, 858, 1014, 11,930 and 12,528, and forniing a portion of the linsubdividcd township 8 s range 78 w of the oth Principal Meridian, said location be ing recorded in vol. 141. (Mige 90 of the record* of Gilpin county, Colorado. Adjoiningcluimnints on other lodes, the owners of surs. Nos. 45 Min nesota, 107 Federal, 172 West Pewahic, 030 Ihx'ky hjharp, 125 Pewabic hsle and mill site, 571 Bamror, /lfi Becky Hharp, 857 Old Town. 914 Bussell, 858 rplacer claim Tract A, 1014 Anchor, 11930 Major, 12528 Pogue lodes. O. D. FOHD, Beglster. Ist pub. Dec. 15, 1898 - last March 2, 1899. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Nellie Walker, by her deed of trust dated the 14th day of April, IKK), and duly r**- corded in book 89, at pnuo 328, in tho office of the clerk and recorder of Gilpin county, conveyed to Thomas Potter, a* trust***, and. in case of his r«- fusnl or inability to act ns said trustee, then to Bennett E. Seymour r,s successor in trust, who is the umieraigned, sai«l Thomas Potter having hoen requested to uct aud having refused to act, tho following described real estate, situate iu said county of (iilpin, and stato of Colorado, to-wit: Lota 18, 19, 90, 21 and 22, in block No. 24. In Central City, Colo., said lots being designated ac cording to survey of T. H. Lowe, and all im provements thereon, which said trust deed was given to secure tho payment of three certain promissory notes of the said Nellie Walker, which said promissory notes bear even date with the said deed of trust, each of the said notes being for the sum of St 90.00 (One Hundred and Ninety dollars), and tuo said notes falling duo on three, four and five years, respectively, ufter the date thereof, and each of the said notes lien ring interest at tho rate of 8 per cent, per annum from the maturity of each respectively; and. Whereas, It is provided in and by said deed of trust that, in case of default of payment of said notes, or any part thereof, or interest thereon, according to the tenor of said notes, then it shall bo lawful for said trustee, or his successor in trust, to sell said premises and all the right, title and equity of redemption «>f the said Nellie Walker, her heirs aud assigns therein, at public auction for the* highest ami best price, iu cash, the same will bring, thirty (30) days’ public notice having been previously given by adver tisement in n newspaper published ut that time in said Gilpin countv; and. Whereas. Default has been made in the pny meat of the said notes, us well as tho interest thereon; and, Whereas, Said default continues; and. Whereas, Said Thomas Potter refusing to net as said trustee, as named in said deed of triiHi; and, Whernia. Application has been made by the j legal owner and hold r <»t tho said .promissory notes for the sale of the said promises, for the ; purpose of paying tho amount duo upon tho said promissory notes and tho interest thereon, and also tho expenses connected; with this solo us provided in said deed of trust. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of tin* power in me vested by the terms of the said deed of trust, J, Bennett E. Seymour, successor iu trust, will, on MONDAY, THE SIXTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D, 1899, at tho hour of 2 o’clock in tho afternoon of naid day. ut tho front door of tho county court house in t'ontml City, county of Gilpin, mid stato of Colorado, sell tho above described properly, and all the right, title, benefit aud equity of redemp tion of the said Nellie Walker, h**r heirs or as signs therein at public auction, for the highest aud best price the sumo will bring in cnsli, for tho purpose of paying the amounts of said promissory notes, aud the interest duo thereon, and also the costs and expenses of executing this trust. Dated ut t ent ml City, Colorado, thissthday of January, A. I). 1899. BENNETT E. BEYMOUB, Successor in Trust. W. F. Oiiauood, Attorney. jQIt.CItAS. V. SHOOI*. DENTIST CENTRAL CITY, COLORADO. Office removed to rooms ovor the First National Bank. JJII. L. 11. ICOIIHICTS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGRON, Office in Lowoll A Thomas block, ovor Dennis Market. All cases promptly attondod to. E. 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MUNN & Co. SSI Broadway. New York ! Branch Office. 625 F St„ Washington. D. C. CENTRAL CITY HOTEL... (Foumkiily Eureka House.) EUREKA STREET - - CENTRAL CITY MRS. H. NAST, Proprieiress. O The hotel is in first-class order and newly furnished. Tho tables will be found to be the best in the city. Home Cooking and Baking. SUNDAY DINNERS A SPECIALTY. Special Ratos to Theatrical and Min strel troupes. Farmers’ lives or any other ladies who wish to work can’ earn lots of money working for us in spare time at home on our cloths. We ofFer you a good chance to make plenty of' spending money easily, in leisure hours. Send 12c. for cloth and full directions for work, and commence at once. Cloth sent anywhere. Address, WIXOOSKET CO. (310-0) Bos ton, Mass., Mfg. Dept. Tiie State Ore Sampling Co., DENVER, COLO. Wo buy Gold, Silver, Load, Copper, Bismuth, Uranium. Wolfram, Cobalt and Antimony (ires?. With modem mills mal machinery our facilities for sampling are the boht. Our lons experience in tho market enables us to pay tho higho.-i cash nriri s for all marketable ores. Write for oar “Reference Book.” Soud analysis of your oro for pricea and information. BAILY& MONNIG Managers. FOR FIRST CLASS • JOB PR INTI MG CALL GIN! THE OBSERVER, CENTRAL CITY. FREE! FREE! FREE! A Life Size Portrait, Crayon. I’untcl or Water Color. Free. In order to introduco our excellent work we will make to any one sending us a photon Life Size Portrait Crayon, Pas tel or Water Color portrait free of charge. Small photo promptly returned. Exact likuness and highly artistic finish guar anteed. Send your photo at once to C. L. Maukoiial Art Co., 348 Hlui St., Dallas, Texas. For Rent. Two rooms for housekeeping. Inquiro of Mrs. Nast, Central City hotel, Eureka trect. Cheap Rates to Fort Worth. Tex., and Return On account of meeting of Parmorß’ Na tional Congress and Pan-American Agri cultural Pariiamont ut Fort Worth, Texas, December Bth to 14th, tho (lulf will sell tickets at extromely low rates on Docember 3d and 4th with a limit of twenty-one days from date of sale. If you are contemplating a trip south this winter, the opportunity thus aiTorded , should be taken advantage of. The Gulf service between Denver and Fort Worth is superior to thnt of other 1 linos. Our trains, composed of through 1 sleepers nod huudsonie coaches, run through without chunge, and then the time is most convenient. Call on nearest Oulf agent, or write T. E. Fimiipr, Asst. Gen. Hass. Agt., Denver, Colo ■■ -♦ ■" Now and second hand furnituro and I mining tools. Otto H. E. Goetz. Wiener Maerzon, the beer that will make Colorado famous. George Mertz agent for Central City and liluck Hawk. NEVADAVILLE. Thomas Sennett, who recently left here for California, will probably locate there. John Sullivan of this town was regis tered at the Denver hotel, Brocken ridge. Summit county, ki9t Saturday. Tho Spur method in arithmetic is to bo introduced in the public schools. The teachers are very enthusiastic over it. The Nevadavillo schools opened Mon day, January 2, with every room full. Great interest is shown in every depart ment. Miss Theresa Sennett, who is a stu dent at tho State Normal at Greeley, returned on Tuesday to that place, after spending the holiday vacation with her pareuts here. It was rumored on the streets of this town the first of the week, that ti big st rike had been made in the Alps lode on Quartz Hill, in the westerly workings of that property. Rev. J. A. Long received a handsome Webster’s International dictionary ns a Christmas present from his many friends iu Nevudaville. Tho public schools of the town re opened Tuesday morning, «*ifter tho holi day vacation. The new principal, Prof. J. C. Ken well, is giving good satisfaction and is highly spoken of. Mr. and Mrs. Ken well, Misses Thomas. Allbright and Ellsworth, all returned from Denver Sunday evening. Jan. 1. They report a very enjoyable time. Mrs. Charles Curnow gave a very fine New Year’s dinner. Those present were: Messrs, and Mcsdames Joint Sparks, Harry Armfleld and J. C. Kenwell.* “Love may he blind, Mr. Cheaply,” said Miss Quickstep, coldly, at tho mas querade the other evening, assho handed him back his ring with tho alleged sapphire, “but it isn’t stone blind.” “The wolf and the lamb may lio down together in the millennium; .but the lamb is culpably forgetful of family tradition if it is a party to any such arrangement,” says Will Warren. Dame Rumor has it that one of Neva- I daville’s popular young men will lead to tho hymeneal altar a young lady from Now York city, lately arrived hero. The readers can do tiieir own guessing. A number of very necessary improve ments were made in tho schools during tho holidays. New stove, blackboards, cases, etc., are ouch as maxo teacher and pupils alike happy. Thanks to our bourd of education. Misses May and Julia Sennett returned from Denver Friday evening. Tho for mer had been in attendance at the an nual meeting of the Stato Teachers’ As sociation at tho stale capital. The latter paid a visit to friends and relatives. The Christmas exercises were enjoyed by all. Prof. Kenwell received a number of very pretty presents from his pupils, among which were, a handsome necktie box, silk necktie, silk handkerchief, etc. Tho Bth grade scholars wore each pre sented with a copy of “The Princess,” 7th grade with “Enoch Arden,” oth grade with “Evangeline.” John W. RatliiT of Denver came up last evening and attended tho regular meeting of the Nevada loduo No. 0, of which lie was for a number of years sec retary, as well as a past noble grand of some. Ho was accorded a hospitable greeting by the brethren of that lodge as well as other brother Odd Fellows, while here and in Central. He is now comfort ably located in Denver. Brother Ratliff has a warm spot in his heart for Novada ville and Gilpin county, whore he resid ed for 38 years, until taking up a resi dence in Don v er last September. Wedding cards have been received here, announcing the marriage at the residence of tho bride’s pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Auler.brocfk,in Florence, Colo., of Miss Vein F. Aulesbroolc and Mr. Emmil J. Vail, the evening of December 28, 1898. The bride is well known in Ne vndnville, whoro she was born and raised. The groom is a pleasant gentleman and popular. After a wedding trip they will tako up their residence at Florence, about Feb. 1, 1890. Their friends in these hilltops extend to thorn their best wishes tor a long and pleasant married lifo. The Boulder Herald of last Thursday says: “Coroner Treziso went to Lyons early yesterday morning and returned in tho afternoon with tho dead body of a child of Rev. Long and wife. About three and a half weeks ago the child was born. It lived but two and a half hours and was then buried. Soon afterwards rumors of foul play were circulated and the coroner was asked to investigate. Yesterday ho decided to do so. Ho lis tened to tho various storios and also saw the parents nnd tho doctor. Tho parents wore willing that tho body should bo ex humed. Tho physician claims the death was a natural one* It is said that tin* story is tho result of a church quar rel. Tho coroner has not statod what ho intends to do with the remains. The Masquerade. The eighth annual reception nnd bnll masquerade of the Nevadavillo fire department,which came oir Friday even ing, Docember 30, was well attended and a splendid tiino hud. Tho contest in the cake walk was spirited, which came off previous to tho uumnsking, the victors being Mrs. Duncan Mncßue of Central and Richard Warren of Nevadavillo. Tho music, furnished by the opera house or chestrn, added largely to tho pleasure of tho dance. All in all it was a grout suc cess. The Owl Club. At a meeting of tho Novadnville Owl Club, recently held, it wus resolved by a unanimous vote to give a masquerade bull at Cannon's hall on Tuesday even ing, January 17. The Owls iuteud mak ing it the greatest event ever held in this place, and nn an extra inducement will give three handsome prizes. Mr. M. Steadman will donate a fine $26 cake to the best couple in thoenke walk, and tho club will put a s*7 gold pioce on the top of it. For the handsomest costume a prize of $7.50 will bo given nnd another prize of $7.50 to the most grotesque cos tume. Now, boys, got your partners and be in the swim, for if you miss this event you will all always regret it, ns such things come only once in a lifetime. Good music will be socurod aud everyone is guaranteed a good time. Celebrated Their Silver Wedding Anni versary. On Monday evening, tlio ‘Xith ult., Mayor John .1. Clark nnd Ilia oatimnble wife celebrated thoir 25th wedding nnni vereary by a dinner at their residence on Kenosha street, which proved a pleasing event in the tocial annals of the Town of Mines. After a Into dinner a \ cry onj jy able evening was spent in playing inno cent trainee, and with vocal and instru mental music, the amusements being kept up till about midnight. Mrs. Clark wne the recipient of many handsome pieces of silverware from friends as son venirs of the happy occasion. Whon the guests took their departure they extend ed the hope that t.ho host and hostess would celobrato their golden wedding anniversary. Those present were: Rev. and Mrs. Long, Prof, and Mrs. Ken well. Dr. and Mrs. A. Ashbaugh, Messrs, and Mesdames I. M. Parsons, B. E. Seymour. John Atkinson, Johnson Qnintreil, liar ry Armfleld, and Mesdames Arnold, II C. Boismgor, Cushman, Charles Harris, Richard Williams, Miss Chrissie Sem mens and Mr. Jacob Kretz. The Noef Bros. Weiner Maerzen Beef is a home product and is made out or the choicest Hops and Barley. They go like hot cakes and maple syrup, those cakes, pics, jelly rolls, and goods in that lino at the Union Bakery. RUSSELL GULCH. Sylvnnus S. Johnson of the Lotus group of veins returned from Denver Monday morning. Mr. H. E. Nelson has boon appointed as successor to the late Thomas Rowe ns underground foreman at the Saratoga and Gaston mines, in this district. Miss Blanche Churchill of the public schools, attended the annual meeting of the State Teacher’s association, which convened in Denver last Thursday. She returned Sunday and was present at the reopening of school on Monday morning. The Odd Fellows Anniversary. Russell Gulch Lodge 41, I. O. O. F., gave their fifth annual reception and ball at their hall last Friday evening. It was hugely attended, dancing being kept up until 3 o’clock Saturday morning. The sisters ol the Fiebekah Degree lodge fur nished the spread. Prof. Lintz’s orches tra furnished the music. Free Silver Coinage Discussion. The Socialist chib of this place will on next Sunday, hold a meeting at Union Hall, at which time the free coinage of silver and its benefit, if any, will be dis cussed, to the cause of socialism. Many members of tho club have studied the question. The meeting gives promise of being well attended and proving one of the most interesting of any ever held by the club. A general invitation to attend i 3 extended tho public. Stoves and ranges at Anderson's. BLACK HAWK. Mrs. Henry Lartigue,of thiacity, who has been spending Christmas with b _r tnotlior at Golden, lias returned. Representative-elect Ed C. Hughes, having recovered from an attack of la grippe, left for Denver Monday. Mrs. Ella Kidder, a niece of Mayor James N. Thompson, this city, died at Georgetown on Monday, the 24th ult. The Now Year dawned last. Sunday. Did you turn over a now leaf in your diary, and have you accustomed your self to write 1890? P. B. Wright of the Mountain House, Black Hawk, who visited Denver last week, returned Friday evening, nccom paniod by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. John Beattie of this city, who attended the funeral of their friend, Mrs. Sincock, at Silver Plume, last week, have returned home. MissVernie Kimber, of Sant a Barbara, California, is in the city, the guest, of her brother, Ben Kimber, and wife. Miss Vernie resided hero eighteen years ago, when her parents removed to California. George Rasmussen, formerly with Ben Olsen on Main street, has donned a working suit, and is now engaged in feed ing stamps at tho Polar Star mill near the mouth of Chase gulch. Goorgo takes kindly to hard work. State superintendent of schools-olect, Mrs. H. L. Grenfell, left yesterday for Denver, whore she will assume duties of t he office to which she was elected by a largo majority. Her many friends in Gilpin county and throughout tho state extend her their host wishes. Complaints continue to ho made about the horrible condition of the road lead ing to Apex, Pino mining district, from boro. Their condition is retarding tho shipment of oro from several of the mines in that locality to the stamp mills, sampling and concentration worksin this city. The now transfer wagon of the East wood Flour anil Feed Company, used for general delivery, is quite attractive and quite a novelty, as it is made of iron, tho wheels are low and less liable to upset, on mountain sides than if it they wore higher. Friend Jaynes has au eye to business. 'l'his week a run is being made on oro from the Hot Pot Mine of.J.H. LoMoyne on tho 1,000 pound stamp soction of the New York Stamp mill. Mr. LoMoyno also has a quantity being run at the Newton mill at Idaho Springs. He is try ing to ascertain tho best mothod to treat the oro for the saving of the values in the sumo. A practical engineer of Black Hawk nays: ‘‘To tind tho actuul expansion in the first cylinder of u compound engine,” divide tho period of admission, plus the clearance, with tho length of Btroko plus the clearance. That is, suppose the cut off at one-tifth and clearance nt one end equal to one-twentieth the piston dis placement, then 1.05 divided by 0.25 equals 4.2. Try tho Now Pharmacy for drugs, I. O. O. F. Building. Now and second hand furniture and mining tools. Otto H. E. Goetz. Tho way to ho happy, though mar ried--trade nt PhillippM & Ebb's, Law rence street grocers. LOST. Between Black Hawk nnd Central, n i>lnin gold ring nnd a puzzle goid ring. Finder, by leaving at The Oubkkvkr office, will bo liberally rewarded. WANTED in every town a locnl repre sentative, ladv or gentleman. Easy work good pay. No capital requirod. Pay ment every week. Address for partiou lart», C. L. Makkciiai. Aar Co., 548 Elm St., Dallue, Texas. Election of Officers. The following officers were elected at a regular meeting of Little Kingdom Tem ple No. G, Knights of ths Golden Eagle, hold in this city last Thursday evening: Past Noble Templar Mrs. Fannio Wilkinson. Noble Templar Bessie Hicks. Vico Templar Laura Edwards. Marshal of Ceremonies Alice Mills- High Priestess Emily Wennan. Prophetess Cora Wennan. Guardian of Record -Mary E. Warren. Guardian of Exchequer Martha Truscott. Guardian of Music - Hattie Bunuoy. Inside Portal Annie Mitchell. Outside Portal Lily Mitchell. Trustee— Mrs. Blea. Auditing Committee Cora Wennan, Sol Bernhard. Mary E. Warren. Officers Elected. Last Monday evening Black Hawk Castle No. 2, Knights of tho Golden Eagle, elected t he following officers, who will be installed at the next meeting t*F the castle to bo held on Monday even ing, January 0: Past Chief Josoph Hicks. Nobis Chief John Jordan. Vice Chief L?roy Mills. High Priest -John Rickard. S. H. Charles Richards. C. of Exchequer Sol Bernhard. K. <>f Exchequer W. J. Champion. M of R. Will Warren. Trustee for 18 months Fred Hicks. Representative to the Grand Castlo c*T the state of Colorado W. Lampshiro, Stabbing Affray. Sheriff Mitchell was called upon last Monday morning about I o'clock to nr rest Mossino Silvo and Dominion Bron assi, who nro charged with having stabbed Beni Bassellini in an affray that occurred that night. Both were jailed and upon preliminary examination were hold under bonds of 8500 each, await ing further hearing before tho district court Tho man stabbed, it is thought, will recover. District Court January Term. Judge A. 11. Do France arrived last Tuesday on tho morning train, opening court for tho January term at o'clock p. m. After entertaining motions, setting cases for trial, nnd appointing Fred A. Rudolph of Black Hawk, Beo nott E. Seymour and Herrick McLeod as a committee to examine the lxx>ka and account j of County Treasurer Chris topher Trezise, adjournment was mado until Monday, January 9, nt 1:30 p. m., when jurymen summoned to servo should be present. Wedding Bells. Miss Mary E. Hutchinson of Denver and Mr. Mosorvo M. Grotchor of Silver City, Idaho, wore married in Denver. December 23, 1893. The bride is a daughter of James Hutchinson, formerly underground foreman ot tho old Bigg« company's property on tho Gregory Icxio. and at one time statj commissioner of motalliforous mines of Colorado. Bho was born in this city. Tho groom owns and controls a largo hotel at Silver City, where the happy couple will reside. Mr. and Mrs. John Odgers of this city wort* present at tho wedding, returning tt> Central Friday evening. Born. In Central City, Colo., on January 2, to tho wife of John Tierney, a son. John, tho amiable father, is delighted, and avors "there’s nothing like being tho father of a fino baby boy. In Central City, Colo., January 1, 1899, to the wife of M. A. Mnymon, a son. It is not every father that was blessed as friend Mnymon, at tho beginning of a. new year. Mother und son getting along nicely. In Central City, Colo., on Jan. 3, 1899, to tho wife of Henry Couch, a daughter. Tho now year starts in well. Ladies' Relief Corps. Tho Ladies’ Relief Corps, Grand Army of the Republic, will give a cake walk and 10-ceut social dance at Armory hall, this city, on Monday evening, January 10, 1899. The Opera House orchestra, seniors and juniors, will furnish tin* music. Here is fun and enjoyment for every young lady and young man in Gil pin county, not omitting those maturer in years. Tub Ouhbrvku advises tho community to attend and give the mem bers of the corps a rousing benefit. Ad mission at the door, 10 cents. Pianos. Organs and Sowing Machines Sold, rented or repaired by W. S. Dul’kk. Central City, Agent for Knight-Cumpboll Music Ca Twelfth General Assembly. Both houses of tho twelfth general n»- souibly of Colorado convened yesterday at, noon. John B. Scheraernorn wiw chosen as president pro tempore of the senate, and W. G. Smith, of Goldon, a» speaker of tho house. A. B. Gray was elected chief clerk of tho house, and 11. N. Sales secretary of the uonntc. In tho senate organization wo see that Mist* Clara Springer, a sister of Mrs. E. W. McWhortor, of this city, and well known hero, was elected assigned clerk. The City Market Of Joseph Dennis, whilo enjoying a splendid holiday trade,will bo fouud this* week to contain all tho delicacies of tho season, all of which is intimation suffi cient to all. that they should call thrro and leave their orders for Saturday nnd Sunday. Xmas and Wedding Presents Both useful nnd ornamental nro th» Pianos, Orgnns, Small Instruments nnd Sowing Machines sold by W. S. Dul’cey. Central City.