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LOCAL ITEMS.
Sheriff Sandberg, of Clear Creek coun
ty, haa moved his family from Idaho
Spring to Georgetown the county seat.
The sheriff is no stranger having form
erly resided there; in fact was rrarried
there. Thu Observer ventures the
predictions that Sandy will make a good
sheriff.
The Denver k Rio Grande Railroad
company have issued the January number ;
of the Railroad Red Book for 15XX), con
taining all the official time tables of
that road and its connecting lines. A I
very comolete hand book aud guide for
travelers. It contains much information
of a general character relating to that
road and other lines with which it is
connected.
The mother of Rev. Father T. 11. Ma
lone, of Denver, diod Thursday evening.
January 25, 11XX), of injuries received
two years ago, which resulted in a brok
en hip. Mrs. Elizabeth Malone was 77
years of ago, having been born in Ire
land in 1823. The funeral oceured last
Monday from St. Joseph’s chcrch at 10
o’clock a. m.
The Boulder County Herald asks:
“\\ is it there are so many girls of
Boult. of marriagabloage? Why don’t
some m«. come along aud carry them
off? The; will make good wives.” Tin*
same question might bo propounded
here in Gilpin county with equal pro
priety.
Guido Pretty, formerly of Ouray, Colo
redo, has purchased of Louis Catani his
lease of Turner Hall, on Gregory street,
and has assumed proprietorship of the
same.
Mrs. Surah Burgers, aged 90 years,
mother-in- law of Rev. H. L. Beardsley,
died at the residence of the latter at
2935 East Forest street, Denver, last
Thursday. The funeral oceured on Sat
urday the 27th ult.
Another heavy gale of wind prevail! d
Sunday night, about 11 o’clolf, which
continued through the night.
Sidney Eastwood, W. H. Davis and
William T. Boyd are named ns directors
of the Long’s Peak Power company,
captalized at $50,000, with offices in Den
ver, to furnish electric power to the
towns of Ward, Central City, Idaho
Springs and Denver.
The Greeley Republican says that
“Otis Skinner is a very great favorite
with theater goers. The play is now aud
a very great success, pronounced so by
both press uud public of the metropolis
where it rau for four tnontus at the Em
pire theater. This new comedy is “The
Liars” by Henry Arthur Jonas and
there is no doubt that Mr. Skiuncr will
do a big business while here.” The com
edy will be produced for the first time
in this city at the Opera house this eve
ning.
Contractor William Trebilcock has
laid a new lloor in the Cyclops assay
office. The mine managers, and others
having offies in the front room of that
building think it high time that a new
carpet was laid, and the two rooms thor
oughly overhauled. It is a good sug
gestion.
An iron window shutter attached to
one of the windows iu the sample room
of the Teller House, duri.ig the gale of
wind that prevailed Saturday afternoon,
becaiue unfastened and swung uround
went through both the top and lower
windows, completely demolishing them
and landed in the room. It made a
duece of n racket.
H. Richards k Co., of this city, have
secured a lease of the room in Harris
block, on the west side of Main street
this city known as “The Gilpin,” for
merly conducted by Mcßae A: Bolsinger.
On or about‘he 10th of this month, they
will open “The Gilpin” with a now stoik
of dress, m'llcnry, notions and other
goods, such as is found in a well regulc
ted dry goods store. The Observer be
speaks for Mr. Richards and his associ
ate a share of public patronrge. He will
be found a wide awake, reliable business
man.
An increase of pension from $lO to sl2
per month has been granted George H
Kimball, senior, of Golden. Jefferson
county.
Idaho Springs Gazette: District At
torney Kegennitter states that ho ad vis
ed against the arrest of E. W. Hum
phrey, the zinc man, in Denver, which
was made and turned down by the court
last week. Humphrey threatens to sue
fo* damages.
Sheriff Sandberg, of Clear Creek coue
ty. has appointed I*. K. Due, of Empire,
a deputy.
Idaho Springs News: The newly elect
oi directors of the Chamber of Com
merce met last Monday night and elect
od the following officers for the ensuing
year: President Lafayette llanchett.
first vice president, t\ H. Birkins: second
vice president, J. H. Moreland: secretary.
R. R. Graham; treasurer, W. L. Bush.
James Fitziturnons, a Deer creek Jell
orso.i county-miiuer, was adjudged in
sane at Golden on Saturday, and was
taken to the insane asylum nt Pueblo
last Monday.
Mrs. Alpha llonrlckson, a United
States prisouer at the Canon City pen,
for embezzling letters, has been pardon
ed by President McKinley, and left for
her home in Denver last Saturday.
' The council of nduiinstration of tho
Grand Armr Republic, department of
Co’orado nnd VVyomiug, will hold” its
(innuil encampment in Denver, March
Opera House
CENTRAL CITY. F. J. ALTVATER, Manager.
TBBBSBAY EVENING, FEBRUARY l
TO-NIGHT
Otis Skinner
And His Excellent Company, Including:
MISS NAN ETTA COMSTOCK
AND A STRONG COMPANY OP PLAYERS
Will Present Henry Arthur Jones’
London and New York Comedy Success
THE LIHRS
JOSEPH BUCKLEY, Manager.
NOTE—This comedy enjoyed a two season’s run at Criterion theater, London, played
|,y Charles Wyndham and Company, and played for four months last season at Charles Forli
mau’s Empire theater, New \ orlc City.
PRICES: 50 CENTS AND $l.OO.
SEATS AT COUCH'S
21, 22 and 23, 1900. It was deeided to
have an elaborate affair. The commit
tee was given full authority to go ahead
and outstrip any event of the kind yet
given in Denver in Denver. Men high
iu Grand Army Republic circles will be
invited eo attend from outside of the
department.
A new public library nnd reading room
was opened Saturday evening at George
town. This is an example that should
be emulated by the liberal minded citi
zens of this city. It would be instru
mental of keeping young boys off tho
streets of nights. Wno will take the
lead in the matter?
District court will convene this after
noon at 1:30 o’clock pursuant to adjourn
inent. Among the cases yet to bo tried
are the Golden Fleece vs W. O. McFar
lane, Olden et al vs California Min#g
and Milling company, J. Risdon vs C. E.
Lindeman et al, and a motion for a new
trial in the great cow case of Plessek vs
L dine, in which tho plaintiff lost in
both the county nnd district courts, and
desires to take it up to tho supreme
court of tho stute. The petit jurors
have been dismissed until March 19,
when the apex suit of the Big Hatchett
Mining company vs tho Cook Gold Min
ing company is set for trial.
The funeral or E. A. Durbin, late sec
retary of the J. Durbin Surgeon k Den
tal Supply co npany, oceured Saturdrv
afternoon, Rev. A. B. Hyde conducted
tho services nt tho residence, nnd Rev.
A. M. Coburn tho services at Trinity M.
E. church, assisted by the Knights Tem
plar, Union lodge No. 7, A. F. and A. M.
conducted the services at Fnirmount
cemcery. Deceased was a cousin of H.
G. Shuck, cashier of tho R cky Mount
ain National Bank, this city, who was in
attendance at the obsequies.
The Lauies Aid Society of the Pres
byterian clinch have secured the State
University Glee Club, who v ill give an
entuinment at the Opera houso this city
soino time during March, the exact date
of which is not vet announced. It is
well enough to remember this fact, and
hold yourself in readiness to purchase
tickets for yourself and your best girl.
Humphrey Williams, has returned to
Central having quit the employ pf the
Colorado Telephone company. He is
now with the New York Store Merchan
tile company, dTbookkeeper.
Ex Congresgman Lafo Pence, of this
state, has been chosen by Mrs. Nettie
Craven Fair to represent her contest to
secure a portion of the estate of the late
United States Senator Fair, estimated
to be worth 810,000,000. The heirs are
seeking a compromise at $2,000,000. Mr.
Ponce’s fee, if lie is successful, should be
sufficient to keep the wolf from the door
during the remainder of his life.
- • ■" ■
TO LET— To sink on Argosy mine in
iiussull (iuloli shufl HO foot from pr.s
ont depth Bx.'l 1 ., foot in tho ulonr. Com
pany to furnish material. Bids to bo
sent to Judgo L. M. (ioddnrd, Denver.
Colorado Spring.
Is best served by “The Colorado Itoad.
! Im ymuto rtrikent GwwT mleh
| anil firmer loc.iled lieerSt-my Brook, one of 11^most malarious
districts in this State, and was bothered with malaria for years, at tunes
to I could not work, 'and was always very constipated as well. For
years 1 had malaria so bad in the spring, when engaged in plowing,
that I could do nothing but shake. I must have taken about a barrel
of quinine pills besides dozens of other remedies, but never obtained
any permanent benefit. Last fall, in peach lime, I had a most serious
attack of chills and then commenced to take Ripans Tabules, upon a
friend’s advice, and the first box made me all right and I have never
been without them since. 1 take one Tabule each morning and nig 't
and sometimes when ! feel more than usually exhausted I take three in
a day. They have kept mv stomach sweet, niv bowels regular and I
have not had the least touch of malaria nor splitting headache since 1
commenced using them. I know also that I sleep better and wake up
more refreshed than formerly. 1 don’t know how many complaints
Ripans Tabules will help, but I do know they will cure any one in the
condition 1 was and I would not be without them at any price. I
honestly consider them the cheapest-priced medicine in the world, as
they are also the most beneficial and the most convenient tc take.
I am twenty-seven years of age and have worked hard all my life, the
same as most farmers, both early and late and in all kinds ot weather,
and 1 have never enjoyed such good health as I have since last fall; in
fact, my neighbors have all remarked my improved condition and have
said, •’ Say, John, what are you doing to look so healthy ?
*ll/ AKTED.-A case of bad health that RI P A’K S will not benefit. They banish pnln an>l proton. l|fj.
If One Rlvea relief. Kota the word HTP’A’M’B on the package nnd accept no substitute. HIT* A NS,
to for 3 cent# or twelee packets fiw 4S eania, may be had M any drug store. T**n sample* and ore thou
sand testimonials will be mailed to a*f address for 3 cents, forwarded to tha lUpan* Cbetmeei Co., Mo.
» sprue* w., Mew York. ~ • * "
j» J» THE
Boil Hoiti Mil Boot
Ceritra.l City, Colo.
OFFICERS!
r. H. POTTER, Preel.ienl; J. E. LIOUTBOURN, Vice Pra.ldenf
i O* ?HDCK, Cashier. G. W. DAVIS, Asa't C.ahiea.
DIRECTORS!
HAL SAYR, JAMES E. LIGHTBOURN. EUGENE E. CLAB?
H. J. KRUSE, R K. LOWELL. T. IL POTTER PHILIP ROIILIIC?
While in Denver
THE PLACE OF ALL PLACES FOR
THE LOVERS OF GOOD LIVING
IS AT THE
Enterprise Restaurant ST ''
IGNATZ MEYER,
« - M —• i -ja-ay
Finest Line of Whiskies, Wines and Bottled Goods.
FAMILY LIQUOR STORE.
Choice Cigars and Tobacco.
MAIN STREET, - - TWO DOORS FROM P. O.
IN NEW QUARTERS.
E. K. Ilamlin (late of the firm of Downs, Odger
A Hamlin) having purchased the shop oir Gregory
street formerly conducted by Edwards it Steele,
will be pleased to meet all his old friends. He
will conduct a
GENERAL 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 AVood Work. Light or extra heavy wagons re
paired or made to order on short notice. Also carriage
repairing.
E. K. HAMLIN.
J. R. QUIGLEY & CO.
Carry a Complete Stock of
ROUGH LUMBER, CHIGRGO SIDING, GEILIJBG,
Surfaced Lumber, Doors, Windows, Building
Paper, Tar Paper, Etc.
Office in Wolcli Block, Corner Gregory and Spring Street*.
MgFRRLMK s go.,
Building and Erection of Stamp Mills a Specialty.
Mining, Milling and Concentrating Ma
chinery, Sole Manufacturers of the Gilpin
County Gilt Edge Concentrators.
Gorliae Engine., Hoieting Engine., Boiler, and Heater., Amalgamatlag Paa%
Smolting Furnace., Blake and Podge Ornehera, Jaokeoa’f Oaraiak
Kolia, Ore Cara, Tramway a.
OFFICE AND WORKB AT
Denver, Black Hawk and Central Citjß

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