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0] With a brilliant beginning of the New Year starts the C*p® J f' " GEEAT MIDWINTER SELLING with Special Offerings in De- AS SPECIMEN VALUES NOTE OUR IMMENSE S ; 3-ounce silver, screw, gold WATCH BARGAINS. M inlaid Waltham, $B.OO. qp .© ? y WE MOST REDUCE OUR STOCK REGARDLESS OF COST, j.; j REMEMBER WE HAVE NOTHING T|.n ftraafnot Coin Af Dnliuhln WE ALSO SELL OUR Mr ( BUT FIRST CLASS GOODS. . . . J 1 110 UIUdIUOL k)dlU U1 IlOlidUlU V»S/ and ftl * O ____ 21 JcWtUd. L/mna ana | ? WE MAKE GOLD QUARTZ JEW- Watches Ever Offered. ““ 3 P 7 re m j D w oo°LD HA!iD WE CANSELL YOU GOODS AT Pocket Cutlery |s j AND IS GUARANTEED. ' 7 WE FEAR NO COMPETITION. Lad) , s 20. yr. Waltham ALL AT REDUCED! PRICES \J ' +/ ~ 511.25. 3123 THE MINERAL PALACE, A. RAPIN. MGR. Erjg’lisli, French) eincl Iteiliari Spoker). LOCAL ITEMS. The district court will convene next Tuesday, March 1. at 1:30 o’clock p. m . pursuant to adjournment C. L. Urickerstestein, the newly ap pointed survo\or of customs in Denver, ■entered upon his duties last Monday. Matilda Arnold has been appointed postmistress at Cresswe!!, Jefferson county, vies Ilenry G. Shears’ resigned. The Bank of Clear Creek county has decia ed a dividend of 2 per cent on the principal of its outstanding resumption certilica! es. ’J he infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich nrd Davies died Monday morning, aged two weeks, and was buried on the after noon of that day. Andrew 11. Miller, of this city, has bet u granted letter’s patent for on elec tric switch by the United States patent ollii e at Washington. A monument is to bo erected over the vie ims of the snow s ide which occured ot Si.ver Plume on Sunday, Feb. 12. Th’-y wore buried in one grave. A series of religious meetings were commenced hut Monday evening at St. James’ M. E. church,* this city. They are to be continued through the coming week. * Young man. have you caught on?” ‘Onto what!” “Your partner for the grand prize masquerade and cake walk of the Central City Owl Club, that oc curs next Friday evening.” Mr.W. F. Orahood has been appointed by Mr. Whitted general attorney of the Colorado A Southern railway company, as attorney for that corporation in Gil pin county. A worthy appointment. A week from tomorrow evening the Central City Owl Club will give a grand prize masquerade bad and cake walk at Armory hall. It gives promise of eclips ing anything of the hind over given in Central. Jasper P. Scars, an old pioneer busi ness man of Denvor passed away at 5:10 a. in., Feb. 17, at his residence in that city. He leaves n wife and four daugh ters. The funeral occurred hist Sunday afternoon, The 6tamp mill on Yellow mountain, a half mile below the town of Ophir, San Miguel county, was destroyed by a snow allde last Sunday. It killed J.C. Yardol; his family hnd u very narrow escape from death. Postmaster H. J. Sears has made quite nn improvement to the postoflice in this city by removing the money order do pnrtinont from the rear to the front. Now, if ho could only keep eoiuc of the young hoodlums frem beir.g so boisterous 1 when they collect theie, it would be an- 1 other improvement. Some person it our elbow suggests a good elm club for that j purpose. The Eidora Miner, published at Eldo- ! rn, Boulder county, has been received at 1 thU office, and placed on the exchange list. Mrs. Harriet E. -Wilson is its pro 1 prietress, having succeeded Mr. Moore, i It is quite newsy and has a large adver tising patronage, which is quite newsy, i and has a large advertising patronage, which is needful to the country newspa per publisher. The Girard, Kansas, World, says: “A man at Atchison the other day paid 84,- 000 for a wife. That old man was a sucker. Hnd he let us known thut he was in need of such an addition, we could have cited him to n dozen ns hand some us over bared their faces to a Kan sas sun, hero in Girard, who might have been had for the asking.” Golden Globe: At a meeting of the Golden firemen at Central fire station on last Tuesday evening, Orph Hall was elected chief and Alex McLean assistant chief of the Golden fire department. Two hotter selections could not have been made. An lown paper says I hat a man in that state who refused to take his home pa per became lie could get a Chicago paper for half the money, saw a fire escape ad vertised for 81. He sent the dollar and got a vest pocket edition of the Now Testament. A. G. Baker, a returned veteran from Manilu.nnd M*ss Lizzio M. Dailey, wore united in marriage at Sugar Loaf, Boul der county, Fob. 14, 18‘JO. They will re side in Denver, Mr. Baker being connect ed with the Mecca, a Denver publication. Tho ladies of St. James M. E. Church Aid socioty will give a 10 cont tea in the ladies parlor of the church on Thursday, February 2d, from 3 uutil 7 o’clock. A cordial invitation is extended to every body. Gentlemen esiwcinlly invited. Yesterday being tho third Tuosday in February, e meeting of tho directors of tho Rocky Mountain National Bank was held in the office of the bank. This in stitution is one of the solid institutions of tho stutj. Tho question most frequently askod on tho streets nowadays is, “How are the roads out in your section?” The answer is too forciblo to be mentioned. Somehow there is nn unnnmenble strength in Hoyt’s trndo-mnrk which ap peals with a sort of magnetic influence to the minds of tho most fashionable as well us the masses. This fnct is forcibly demonstrated by the enormous demand for seats for the first presentation in'this city of Hoyt’s masterpiece “A Contented Woman,” at the opera house Saturday evening. This comedy is pronounced infinitely superior to any of Hoyt’s pre - vious writings. Everywhere it has been presented the theatres have had tho seating capacity severely tested, and standing room has bten at a premium. Critics everywhere have been enthusi astic in their praises, not only for the cleverly constructed play, but the capa ble artists Mr. Hoyt has engaged to pre sent it. f J he scenery is fine, and the music of that bright, catchy order that so readily appeals to tho public car. The specialties are up-to-date and strikingly novel, and the costuming gorgeous. Miss Bello Archer, one of tho most beautiful American women now beforo the public will be seen in the title role. Washington’s Birthduy was ob served yesterday by tho banks, schools and public offices remaining closed, and a number of the business houses closing at noon for the rest of the day. In the evening the Woman’s Relief Corps of Ellsworth Post, No. 20, G. A. R., gave their first annual ball which was pretty well attended considering the weather. “Tennessee's Pardner,” which was pro duced for tho first time in this city last Saturday evening, is a good play. Tho company is a strong one, the situations judiciously arranged, und the mounting of tho play Eupcrh. The attendance was large and the performance warmly re ceived. For Rent. Two rooms for housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs. Nast, Central City hotel, Eureka street. A fine lino of stationery just received at Maymon’s Central Postoflice Store. Valentines! Valentines!! Tho finest valentines ever displayed in the countv will bo on sale at llyndnmu’H City Book store. They will be found suitable souvenirs for the lovers, the sedate person or of a comical nature. Judges of Election. At an adjourned meeting of tho city council, hold lust Tuesday evening, the following judges of election were ap pointed to servo nt the city election, which will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 1800: First Ward R. C. Benight, B. E. Sey mour, Daniel Munday. Second Ward -John J. llummlik, Meyer Muyinon. Third Ward W. M. McLeod, Thus. Stribloy, 11..E. Ilnznrd. Fourth Ward Jacob Jurgens, Thos. Pnrsons, Thos. Noonan. Tho hoards will meet on Tuesday, March 14, to revise tho registration lists. From Manila. Captain Thomas Hooper has received a letter from P. J. Canfield, of company L, First Colorado Regiment Volunteers, now doiDg service at Manila, P. 1., writ ten January 10, 1800. He says: “On ac count of doing outpost duty since ar riving here, excepting in September, when we were detailed to guard the old Spnnish prison which is called Bilibli, have delayed writing to you. Tho American authorities have taken one side for a military prison. It was quite a sight to witness the prisoners building stone houses and tearing them down again. The Phillipino convicts have a well trained brass band who play tho ‘Star Spangled Banner” every night at retreat. “I will not attempt to give you a his tory of Munilu. 1 do not know where Mr. Gibbs is located at the present time. Have not seen him for a long time. All the boys from Central are in company L, and are fot-ling well, excepting Michael Prisk. Ho is so fat that one would take him for a Dutch volunteer. The Christ mas box sent by the good ladies of Cen tral arrived all right, for which they have the blessings, if not the prayers, of tho entiro company. As a remembrance of an old friend, I send you a box of cigars. Would send you some rice, but havo oaten eo much of it since we ar rived here that 1 hate tho sight of it n 3 much as I do the face of a Phillipino.” He closes his letter with kind remem brance to his friends in Gilpin county. In this connection Thk Ouskhvkr will state that Captniu Hooper has recoived tho box of cigars, each cigar being wrapped nicely in tin foil. Ilis office in Granito House block, on Lawrence street, is very fragrant einoo ho received them, ns ho divided thorn up with those calling on him. Summer Time in the South. If seeking a quiet spot for a summer vacation “The Colorado Road” affords the most convenient route to Texas, Mexico, Cuba and Florida at most at tractive rates. Notice of Application for City Deed. Notice is hereby given that Nelson Bishop has applied to the City of Central for a city deed to a lot on Casey avenuo adjoining Jntucs Angove’s lots. Hkukick McLeod, City Clerk. Feb. 20, 1800. WANTED A fire insurance man of good record can secure a permanent field position in Colorado. Statu business ex perience and send references. Address AMOS D. BLA TO H FOR D, General Agent, Indianapolis, lud. Now and second hand furniture and Mining tools. Otto H. E. Goetz. ■ ■ *~~~ — .. —— Stamp Mill Screens, Baps, )k Fuse and Bandies. m Agent for THE OLD ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA GIANT POWDER. Quicksilver and Mill Chemicals. Steam Fittings. Gold Retorts, Belting, yPm Hardware, Stoves, Gas Pipes, Etc. jerkins,* jvici<>Y & eo. Central City, Colorado. 1 IQNATZ MEYER, Finest Line of Whiskies, Wines and Bottled Goods. FAMILY LIQUOR STORE. Choice Cigars and Tobacco. MAIN STREET, - - TWO DOORS FROM P. O.