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E. K. Hamlin (late of the firm of Downs, Odgers fcT ifc Hamlin) having purchased the shop on Gregory P street formerly conducted by Edwards Steele,. fj will be pleased to meet all his old friends. He will conduct a I&ENERAL BLACKSMITHING BUSINESS, And make a specialty of MINE AND MILL WORK As well as ... . || HORSESHOEING . . . Particular attention will be paid to Repairing, either in Iron or Wood Work. Light or extra heavy wagons re paired or made to order on short notice. Also carriage impairing. _ E. K. HAMLIN. I*'- .Pi. ' -.TV -T r A .ft | Colorado & Southern Ry. > < J s* H, 4 Have made 6* 4 e* HH 1 close pnssonger arrangements ’yj|W with the BURLINGTON ROUTE. You can now buy tickets |t 4 of vour home ticket agent at same rates that are in effect from w* 2 DENVER to CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, OMAHA, KANSAS f CITY and all points east Sr m > If you want comfort take the “Burlington.” Sj, $■ *, jj Two trains a day from Denver to the East— » the Chicago Special leaving at 1:40 p. m., and the 2 Vestibulod Flyer leaving nt 0:50 p. m. Call on V s > ngent Central City or Blaok Hawk, or write jjt j t 1 G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, Denver. S’ I McFfIRLfINE X C 0„ Building and Erection of Stamp Mills a Specialty. Mining, Milling and Concentrating Ma chinery, Sole Manufacturers of the Giipin County Giit Edge Concentrators. Corliss Engines, Hoisting Enginos, Boilers and Heaters, Amalgamating Pang, Smelting Furnaces, Blake and Dodge Crushers, Jackson’s Cornish Bolls, Oro Cars, Tramways. OFFICE AND WORKS AT Denver, Blaek Hawk and Central City. Come and Examine mv/ FINE STOCK OF WOOLENS * The BEST I over hod aud tho CHEAPEST I over sold. Suits $2O and Up. Bank Bd’g, Eureka St- CHAS. KANEEN.i THE ECLIPSE LIVERY STABLES CHfIS. G. HiCKOX A. CO., PROPS. LIVERY AND BOARDING Carriages for Parties and Calling at all Hours. Special attention given to Boarding Horses. Fine Turnouts with Caroful Drivers furnished on short notice for all neighboring camps and mines. Telephone 1 ° - - Lawrence St.. Central City RELIABLE ASSAYS. H .fiO (’oniHir $ 1.00 nil Tor .... .in OoLT,•llvor,laid LIB and hllvit 7ft Gold, nilror, o«pr l.ftO ** in, l flO (Jld, hlvt, copr, 111. 2.00 /Hnmples by nmil receive prompt attention. Hii(|it«t price paid for bullion. OGDEN ASSAY CO., IT2O loth Street, - Denver, Colornd The Slate Ore Sampling Co., DKXVKIC, COLO. Wo boy Gold. Hllvit. I*-ml, Copper, IliHimith, > Ininiiim. Wolrram, Cobalt ami Antimony (Iron. With modem rnillH ami inacliinury our fuciliti«*» for Mimplitmaro tin* beat. Our lon# experience in tho market enable* uh to pay the hiffnest cash nriroe for all marketable tiro*. Write for our “Reference Hook." Homl aualyHia of your ore for price* ami informat ion. BAILY& MONNIC Managers. E. 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The Rathbone Sisters, K. of P., will give a tea party this evening at Knights of Pythias hall. A good time is antici pated. The masquerade given Tuesday even ing by the local lodge of the United Moderns in this city was a great affair and well attended. Nelson Franklin of tho State Ore Sam pling works, who attended the meeting of the Shriners in Denver Monday night, returned Tuesday. Hon. Lewis C. Snyder came up from Denver Monday evening to visit with his old friend, Ben Olson. They are like Damon and Pythias, one and inseparable. There is comparatively a small amount of coal coming in, which is decidedly a staple article. As fast as it comes in by freight it is hauled away to consumers. The Gilpin Mill company is fixing up the south section of their stamp mill, re arranging the concentration tables, lin ing up the main shafting, etc. The north section of 25 stamps is dropping. Gen. E. Clark says, “ The less said just now about Colorado’s Italian climate, the better for all concerned. Poople whose coal bills have swelled enormously tho past two weeks, are in no mood for joking. James F. Loughran has opened up a saloon in the room just above Harry Mehrlich’s pharmacy, which ho de signs making a quiet retreat for the boys as soon as ho gets his fixtures in and placed. His Central friends should drop in nnd see him in hi 3 new quarters. C. E. Stout, lightning manipulator at the office of Western Union company at the depot of tho Colorado & Southern railroad in this city, left Friday for Den ver, on a furlough, accompanied by his wife. Mr. Greenough of Denver is hold ing down the “quad” while Charley is absent. House furnishings of all kinds at An derson’s. Prices lower than fever. Very few modern dramas have the dash and vigor, fun and pathos, of the best of all comedy dramas, “ Tennessee’s Pardner.” This play was one of the big road successes of the past two seasons. Tho company which will present it at the opera house next Saturday evening is strong in every particular and has not one weak member. Tho tour is directed and managed by Arthur C. Aiston, who has, in former years, brought several prominent stars and productions hero. Dr. Fenner’s Kidney & Backache CURE. An agreeable combination of the most efficient known remedial agents for the cure o Kidney, Bind, der, Urinary dis eases. A desire to make too frequent or scanty urine. Bed wetting by child ren, lame back, dropsy, Brights dis ease, female weaknesses are cured by this great medicine. This is no new discovery but has been used in private practice for more than thirty (30) years by one of America’s most successful physi cians. In order to extend to a wider use fulness a medicine that has produced such benificent results in a limited sphere, we find it necessary to ad vertise. Experience teaches that merit alone is not sufficient to bring lo the people knowledge of the won derful curative powers of this extra ordinary preparation. The strongest proof of our faith n these goods is our statement: “if lot satisfied after using one bottle Your money will be refunded by Summons. STATK OK COI-OItADl). I Mu COUXTY OF (iILI’IN. S * In tho (’onnly Court. (Jpor«n ChnnninK ami | Thomas Chnnninir, Plaintiffs, vs. The unknown hoirs of William 11. Tucker, Sammons. ilncetUHsl, mii*l Kimono Drake, A'lminDtrntor of tho estate of Will iam 11. Tucker, Defemlants. Tim people of the H?:i(« of Colorado, to tho Un known Heirs of William 11. Tncltnr, deceased, tho defendants above nnmod, fernotink: Yon nre le-ioby to appear in mi action brought against you by tlienbovonnmod plaintiff,! in tho comity court of Gilpin county, state of (’n|. orado. mid answer the complaint therein within twenty days lifter the lorvire hereof, if served within this connt v; or, if served out of this coun ty. or bypablieation, within thirty ilnya after the servicolioruof, excitedvo of the day of service; or Judgment by default will be taken against you ar'ciirding to tho pray -r <.f thoooinplniut. And if a e >py of tho complaint in the above entitled action l>' not serve* 1 with this summons, or if the service hereof Is* made out of this it ate, then ton days additional to tlie time horoinlmfore spool lied for nppearance and answer will Is* allowed beforo tho taking of judgment by default ns afore said. The wild action is brought petitioning the said court to order th" aidd Kugotin Drake, adminis trator of the estate of Wi!ll»m 11. Tuoker.de. ceased. Indeed to Georgs Clmnnlng and Thomas ('banning, four-fifteenths and eight-fifteenths re spectively, interest in nnd to the Homes take l.ode .Mining Claim, according to a certain contract and agreement Iretweeti the said William 11. I ucker and I Jeorge ('banning and Thomas (’ban ning, made before the decease of the said William 11. ! ucker, said agreement being that said Tuck er should locate said claim in Ids own name and then dissl to the said < Jisirge ('harming and Thom as ( linuning their re-pis live interests, which said 1 ucker agreed to do before Ids ilocnise, as will more fully appear from tho complaint lu said action to which reference is here made: And you lira hereby notified that If you fall to uiffieur, and to answer the said complaint as nbovo required, the said plaintiff will take judg ment against you according to law and according to the prayer In said complaint. Given under my hand and official sen! nt (’on trnl City, in said county, this Ist day of February, Ft.oit Aniiiiauoii, County Judge, Pint pnb.Fob. It),lost March 10, lew. The Gilpin Tramway company yester day reached the Saratoga mine in Rus sell district for the first time in two weeks, with a train of cars. They also put a train into the property of the Kan sas-Burroughs Consolidated Mining com pany. They have been buck ing snow ever since the heavy winds drifted the main track and several of the side tracks. I’ho Maccabees will hold their meeting next Friday evening. Yesterday was the anniversary of the destruction of tho Maine in Havana harbor. In many of the easte n cities and at San Francisco the day was ap propriately observed. NEVADAVILLE. There is a good opening for another barber shop in thin town. The Ladies’ Aid society of the M. B. church meet Thursday, the 10th inst., at Mrs. J. I. Charles. All come. Thoro is a young man of tho town who has a patent right on the song of “Janie. Wait ’Till tho Clouds Roll By.” Found— A pair of gold spectacles. The owner can have the same by calling at this office end paying for this notice. The Moonshiners’ club held another very plensawt party at the Light House on tho Hill, of Thos. Doyle, last Thurs day night. Robert Coombs, an old and highly re spected citizen, who has been having a hard seige with an attack of la grippe, is convalescing. Gaugod by tho thermometers, Novnda ville must bo about as far north as Nan son got on his perilous trip in search of tho north polo. Tho play, “ Tonnesseo’s P.ardner,” to be presented at tho opera house in Cen tral City Saturday evening, is a charm ing story, charmingly told. A very interesting communication of Nevada lodge No. 4, A. F. and A. M., was held at Masonic hall last Saturday even ing. It was well attended. Although tho weather has been vory blustery, tho attendance of scholars at tho public schools has been remarkably large for tho past two weeks. Tho Nevadaville pports say there is no fun sleighing when the thermometer registers from 15 to 20 degrees below zero, not even with one’s best girl. Wm. Steadman, John Honnessy nnd Tony Stobey, nil of this town, left for Toulomo county, California, last Friday. Tho boys will bo missed among the young society folks. Tho festival announced to bo held Inst Saturday evening, for the benefit of the Centennial M. E. church, owing to the inclement weather, wns postponed until Inst Tuesday evening. John Maddorn’s livory business has assumed such magnitude that ho has been compelled to secure another barn. Ho ..has secured tho Sominens barn on tho south side of Main street, below his business stand. A numbor of tho friends of John Hen nessey, William Steadman and Tony Stobey, gave them a farewell party at the residence of Mrs. P. Murphy Inst Tucs day evening, prior to their taking their departure for California. Another wedding is on tho tapis, which has sot people to guessing. Know ing onoa claim that a prominent bach elor of tho Town oi Mines has become tirod of bachelorhood and will become a benedict soon after tho Lenten season. Tho cold weather has affected the Bachelors’ club of this place to such an extent that its mombers aro now nego tiating term with tho lonely widows and well-to-do and handsome unmarried la dies with a view to matrimony. A sen sible idea. Mayor J. J. Clark informs The Odskii vi:r that the scarcity of coal in tho Town of Minos is not half tho discomfiture to tho citizens as tho water famine. Fully one-third of tho families are compelled to melt snow for domestic purposes. JIo thinks that throe or four days of strong sunshine would be u boon to tho com munity. Tho snow is vory badly drifted. As soon as you enter East Nevadaville, tho residences of A1 Christopher and others in tho immediate vicinity, have enow piled up against thorn on the east side to their eaves. In tho upper portion of No vadaville it is much worse. The residence of Mr. Nichols, which wns almost sur rounded with drifted snow, had to bo braced from tho insido to keep the walls from bursting in, so great was the press ure of tho snow. Wo hopo tho woathor may bo changed for tho better. Mr. Konwoll lias received eight line pieturos of eminent men, 24x28 inches, with lino walnut frames, for the high school room. Thu young ladies of the M. E. Sunday school gave a social and supper at Can non's hall Tuesday evening. A vory pleasant time is reported. Tho ladies feel well pleased with tho proceeds. Tho toachorn will all resume their work for the school program, which, on account of sickness, bad weather, otc., could not bo satisfactorily prepared for Fob. 21, ns was hoped. Tho program will bo announced in the papers later. Fred H. Holsinger, of the Vondomo Mining and Milling company, loft for (Jhntflold, Minnesota, yesterday. He was accompanied by Lord James Will linns, who is infatuated with a society belle of that lively placo. It is siid that it is a plain case of love at first sight*. His friends give it out that he will re turn a benedict. Washington’s Birthday Exercises. The following program will bo ren dered by room No. 3, Nevadaville school J Tuesday, Feb. 21,1899: 8oc K •••; .-Washinifton’a Birthday _ . School. Kccnation ...Wolcotn* . Jltohard Trezino. R '° l "‘ t,on a-iiWI-v. Washington Uuryli NichollH. ° onff - Mt. Vernon Belli* . School. Washington hy seventeen boy* and Recitation .“Washington, tho Cliltflaiu _ . Lillie Rohlinif. Recitation Ode for WHHninjfton’B Birthday Alice Weisbeck.J Columbia, the Land of tho Bran* _ . School. i iiecitutton .The I.ittlo llutehot _ Harry La Boride. Hatchet drill, by sixteon boys and Kiri*. Recitation Three Grout Jlcroo^ . Georgina Oaten. Recitation Not George Washington James Ai.auin. Flag oxcrciee, by nix boys. Son * The Star Spangled Banner . School. Recitation Washington's Birthday . Lottie Davey. Recitation Uno llundml Years Too „ . Dora Baohofskv. nocitation Thi non, Colonim 1 Inrteen boys nnd Kiris. Flasr drill, by twelve boys and rIGb.) Visitors are cordially invited. Henrietta Allbrioht, Teacher. RUSSELL GULCH. J. B. Phillips has received from the Calumet Gold Mining and Milling com pany power of attorney to proceod and secure patent to veins owned by them. Mr. J. B. Phillips of the Wnutaugjv mine last Sunday morning remarked: “In years to como the youngest citizen can speak ns learnedly of extreme cold winter woather as the oldest inhabitant. The cold of tho past Week has boon equal to that of uny period within tho mornory of men, and there seems to bo more to come.” All arrangements for tho great mas querade ball and cake walk to bo given at Odd Fellow’s hall on Williams avenuo on Friday evening, Feb. 21. aro all com plete. 'i’ho tickets have been placed on sale at the usual places, and can bo pro cured of members of the arrangements committee. They aro only 81. Music will bo furnished by Prof. Lints’ orches tra. If you desire to have a good time, purchase a ticket and secure a partner. “On with tho dance; lot joy bo uncon fined.” Badly Frozen. Thomas Baker, an old time citizen of Russell district, wns found last Friday helpless and alone, lying in a snow drift above tho Hill mine, and unable to roach tho house where ho resides, in Buckhorn gulch. The old man, who is 75 years of age, left the Hill dwolling with some pro visions, and, in wending his way homo missed tho trail nnd fell exhausted in *t heavy snow drift. lie wns picked uj* three hours afterwards and wns found to be pretty badly frostbitten. The fin gers of both hands arid his right foot suffered tho most. lie wns sent to tho county hospital in Denver l astSaturday. Mr. W. J. Lament of this city nccoini>a nied him to Denver, and snw that ho was situated comfortably at that hospital. shooting Affray. Last Saturday, Mrs. Williams or thin place obtained a divorce from her bus band, Harry Williams. On Monday, John Lowry and Williams had a quar rel which came lo blows, Williams gel ting bis thumb chewed. Ho came t/> Central and Dr. Asquith dressed tho thumb. That evening Lowry aud Will iatns met in the saloon of Gua Cutani, when Lowry fired a pistil shot at Will iams. Sheriff Mitchell was telephoned, and on reaching Russell Gulch, in com pany with Deputy Sheriff Humphrey Vaughan, located Lowry nnd urreatod him. He-was brought to this city and lodged in jaiL Dr. Asquith was sent for. On examining tho body of the wounded man ho found that tho ball had entered his breast and lodged back of tho right shoulder blade. Ho did not doom it necessary to remove tho ball, which was. a No. 38 in size. Tuesday Lowry was arraigned beforev Justice Thomas Hooper who sot his pre liminary examination at 10:30 o’clock this morning. It is going on as Tin: On server goes to prosu. The way to be happy, though mar ried trade nt Phillipps & Ebli’s, Law rence street grocers. Married. At the rectory of St. Mary's Church of the Assumption, in Central City, Tuec day morning, Father Dosaulnior ofli dating, .'amen Rotallack and Miss Mary Morgan, lx>th of I’erigo, Giipin county- Tho wedding was aquiet Jaan » acted wisoly. There is nothing bettor in those days of annexation for n young man than to do a little annexing on hia own account. On St. Valentine's day, a package wrapt, in dimity, containing bright eyes, rosy cheeks and a loving: heart. That's the kind of annexation that pays from the start, and it will make an expansionist of him in spite of himself. Italian Minor Injured. Yesterday morning an Italian minor nnmod liartoni, employed in the Chain I»ion mine on Belleviou mountain, wa* injured by tho premature explosion <*f a shot. Dr. Piutsudetti, of Central City, was called and visited him at his resi dence in this place, lie found that, n portion of his fuco woo very badly lacer ated, and a portion of tho fuce blown away, and otherwise injured. Being ft member off tho Alpini society ho will rr* eivo good care nnd attention.