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'V XG. r<* r- *- - ■ ■- • _ , MERCjtmnhfai I p. «** »» • \ •'. i |iOj, j , ■ ;; 'j^sss*' ' Stamp Mill Screens, Baps, y/ Fuse and Gandies. tn i— • 1 Bf Agent lor THE OLD ORICINIL CALIFORNIA GIANT POWDER. Quicksilver and Mill Ohemicals. Steam Fitting*. Gold Retorts, Belting Hardware, Stoves, Gan Pipes, Etc. jerkins,* inc}cXy & eo. Central City, Colorado. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. WHEN YOU DR,NE BEE « »».»», USE THE MOME PRODUCT 130.000 Barrels per -A.ri.rj.-a.am. Tire Oiatp-at cf ZANG BREWING CO.’S Celebrated LAGER BEER. It is Brewed from tin* B<*st Colorado Barley ami Hops, it, therefore, commends itself to all who want a good glass of Bure Home-Made Beer. Adolph Zanfc Treas. Daniel Fnelschcr, Agent, Central City, Colo suns. A Nico Large Asnortmcut of Fancy and Grotesque Costaines to ho limited at REASONABLE a* PRICES. Itußsoll Gulch, Novadavilln and outaido towns # especially invitoil tojinvostigato. A3ITE3 Prep. Comtral City, Crloradlo. RELIABLE ASSAYS. •°W $ -so rjr.j.i „n.i »i10.r.. .rr, ' ow * •'■*) Gold, t-ilvor, coj r.. l.fiO Samples by mail receive prompt attention. iicii Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO., 312') ICth Street Denver, CVJorado E. GOLDMAN’S, -D.v.-.r.r.u In - .Choice Wines anti Liquors, —FOB — Medical and Family Purposes. Gest imported aud domestic Cigars, smoking tobacco, Meerschuuin anu Briar Pipes and Smokers, Articles generally. The Oldest Liquors in Market a Specialty Anyonosending a sketch nml description may nulckly usi'ortaiit our opinion frets wnethor nri InviMitinn Is probably patentable. Cnnimuntra t Inns strictly conlldentlal. Handbook on i*n tents sent free. Oldest nijeney for securing patents. 1 atents taken through Munn ,»i Co. receive rprriul notice, without uhnrgo, in the Scientific: Jlstteiicati. A handsomely tlluetrnted weoklv. I.nrcost etr dilution of any m ic-ntlOc journul. Terms, S 3 u year; four months. t>L Sold by till newsdealers. IVIUNN & Co. New York brauch Olflce. C2a F Ft.. Washington. D. C. TTOTZ . . . THE FINEST Ranch in Leavenworth Gulch. G-. ZbvdZo.rsli.chll, Central City, Colo |ggjK|Sßsasa«sr ; DENVER Times. 0 A Oreat.r Uncle Sam, A Uraster Colorado, A Qreater Denver. —DAILY ANO WEEKLY.... Only afternoon paper published In Denver having full Associated Frees reports. •> 9 Daily by Mail.. **!&**.•.'“ r-Weekly by Mall.. ffiMffl. THROUGH DAILY MAIL STAGE LINE TO Apex, Bennett, Silver Creek, Black Hawk and Central City... l-.ANP RIGHR DS & GRIFFITH, Props Having purchased the Conveyances and Stock of Peter C. IlntiHen, the new proprietors will devote their ex clusive attention to the Stage and Express business. Contracts will bo taken for the delivery of Freight from Black Hawk and Central City to any of the above named points. All orders will receive prompt atten tion by telephoning No. .T», Central City, Colorado. .• . We also run a LIVERY and BOARDING STABLE And will furnish on abort notion, ('onvoy. nnr«*M for iidjoiniiig Towiim. Min.««,r .Mill* Htuhliw. comer County I ton* I umt Kiwt High Hi rent, :: :: c :: .. CENTRAL CITY, - - COLO PIONEER IRON AND WIRE WORKS CO JACOB riTTINU. I’res. MJ7-.IV rtnrket St, Phone aoNx. DI-NVCR. COLO. JintiU UnilingH, Hand and Potato Hereout.. ItrasH Wickets, Iron Koiicom, Flower Htun’.ls J hie drills* Work, < hair*. Mott.** and Yawn * Iron Shut tors, Window (JtuirdH, Ounvrul IfuildiuK Iron Work. 'S , -> fx . ''■!<' • ifcg.? • 'i ' • :■! '■'r -W-. Ii .V I e i D'-il ■ I I°o 7 \ LEADVILLE, [I U-4 \ SLEHWOOD \wM U, BPRi!WSSp im-W AS?m, |bp J \ GRMB IBHSkr VMWM# 1 I iGMPMf |T| “^.K-HOOPER. tf.R&TA 5’- ■ - T r. u I^VVA^/W^A/WV^WVWVVVV'^^ :; A Tension ji; fndicatorih is just ;! V-005?XV\ WHAT | j£\ THE | / N word j| V^^b~^|7i IMPLIES - ;i | O indicates < the state ■ of the tension at a glance. • J Its use means time saving < and easier sewing. < | It's our own invention < | j and is found only on the <; | White i; :: Sewing Machine. We have other striking- < | improvements that appeal to : ; the careful buyer. Send for ‘ ; our elegant H. T. catalog. ; :■ White Seunc Machine Co. \ \ Cleveland, Okie. Any Lady or man, who will take orders for our Leg horn Hen Food in their vicinity, GAN 6ETA GOLD WATCH, FREE Our food increases yield of eggs, and keeps fowl in good health. We are making libera! offers to agents in order to get more people to using our food. On receipt of 50c. we will send, }iostpaid, a regular $l.OO size tiox, with which you can begin to take orders at once. Pamphlet, with more information about hens, sent on receipt of self-addressed, bumped envelope. Address Leghorn Food Co.( Mlo 0 )Boston, Mass. Judges of Election. The city council has appointed the fol lowing judgofl of election to servo in Ap ril noxt at which tiiuo municipal officers will be elected: First ward B. K. Seymour, 11. Peder son, Daniel Mundy. Second ward M. Mayinon.O. L. Peers, J. Humbly. Third ward John Ilamllick, Thomas Stribloy. 11. Hazard. Fourth ward Thomas Parsons. K. F. Davies, John Sigi. Election will occur on Tuesday, April 3JIOOO. Make Friends and Retain Them. Keeping qualities up and prices down is a good platform from wliieh to wage a successful warfare of trade. You want choice fri*»li meats, poultry, oysters, fish and vegetables. The best way to secure them is to order them from the Cash Market of Joseph Dennis on Lawrence street. Most Important—Good Bread. Good broad is a most important thing in your diet. Wo make the Hweetest, most wholesome bread. Tiy it once. That is all wo ask. Hail our wagons. (). Sciikkpi.br, Central and Black ilawk. The Bakery Has Moved To the room in the Hawley block on Main street. When you want something good in the bakery line leave an order. You will bo greatly pleased. Tin* MuHlur Communion <!omi|ihii.v Hob a little the best butter in town, which they sell at wholesale prices. Eggs poultry and vegetables always fresh. BLACK HAWK. John H. Jeffn*. of this city, who wits injured in n mine in the San Juan Her tion three years ago, has been at times subject to excruciating pain in his upper jaw. La f- Saturday Dr. J. A. Richmond performed an operation on the jaw. r<* mo-ing ther. from a piece of rock which j had keen imbedded there ever niece tin a cident. Captain William IT. Morgan, one of the Colorado First, R-:girnent officers, came up from Denver m Monday. ID will engage in mining near the Quart/ Mill City. John C. Denson, one of the Gilpin I county pioneers, now residing at Mis souri lake, was attending to busines: I. oil* and i.t the county seat last Monday. John holds his age remarkably well. lion. Lewis C. Snyder, after spending the week here attending to business matters, returned to his home in Denver last Saturday afternoon. Fred li. Hughes, of the “Little Mar ket,” this city, left for Denver Friday afternoon. Before returning lie secured a fine bunch of beef cattle for his mar ket. Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Hughes, of Denver, who were in attendance at the dedication banquet and ball of the now county building in Central last Thun; day evening, returned to their home in Denver Friday afternoon. While here they were entertained by Grandpa and Grandma Hughes. Joseph Haubrich has received word that his father in-law, who resides at Grand Junction. Colorado, died Febru ary 20,1000. Ed McCarthy, a tramway employe who received a cut on the left eye a short j time ago, which injured the lens of that orb, is getting along finely. Dr. Rich j mond states that 'he sight will not be impaired. The condition of Mrs. Allen, Rhot by her husband some two weeks ago, re mains about the same. Election day will be the first Monday in April. There is but little said about candidates as yet, but they will bob up serenely as election day approaches. Water Commissioner W. R. Backus re ports tho new water reservoir as being well filled. Tho water lino now' stands within two feet of reaching the point of overflow. The reservoir is feet in depth. George Scbeer returned from a busi ness trip to Kansas City Monday even ing. He hoots at the idea that he mar ried while nwoy, and claims that ho is still in the market matrimonial. The masquerade ball given Monday evening by the local lodge of Urlted Moderns, at their ball on Gregory street, was well attended, and a very agreeable time was had until an early hour Tues day morning. Hon. W. J. Lewis havir g resigned as foreman of the Rocky Mountain stamp mill and concentrator, George Col line has been appointed as his suc cessor, assuming his duties Tuesday morning. The former gentleman vyll devote his entire time to his duties at the Hidden Treasure mill in the upper portion of the city. Jk Co. are getting out tho castings for a new jack head for the Cornish pump gotten up by them, which will be placed at the 1,200-foot station of the Gunnell pump shaft in Central City. The same Hrm are also building a plnrnh bob for the pump. The Denver & Boston Mining and Mill ing company are laying a track from the mouth of the Smith A Parraeleo adit on the Gregory lode across Gregory gulch to the main shaft on the same vein west, on the old Briggs Bros.’ property, where they will dump the waste rock in con tinuing this adit or tunnel to their now stamp mill in this city. They are also putting in n new flume which will tap the old water flume constructed a number of years ago by Lee. Judd A. Lee. of tho old Bluck Hawk Gold Mining company. The point at which the water will be taken from this mill race is north of the mill building. The city council will meet in regular monthly session next Tuesday evening. This will be the Inst regular meeting of the old council. At the next regular meeting in April tho now council will be organized. Mr. James McCarthy and wife re turned from Denver Tuesday evening. Mr. Frank Kengcl has rented a por tion of John Heim's house on West First High street, and will occupy it. ns soon as his household goods arrive. The room recently vacated by John Teague iu tho Mellor block, at the foot of Main street, will soon be occupied by tho Golden Rule store. Couldn't help gottinga cold never cures it; but carrying home a bottle of Bn! lard’s Horohnund Syrup, and using it as directed will cure tho worst kind of cold or cough. Price 2T» and o 0 cents. For sale at the Black Hnv k Pharmacy Ask your grocer for Cobbs pure choc olate. Cocoa nectar, chocolate nectar used in the finest houses throughout tho world. 42-tf The Xeef Bros. Wiener Maerzen Boer is bottled expressly for family use, it ic recommended by Denver loading pfay sioians. Everything you need for furnishing a h ruse ut A. L. Anderson's furniture store. RUSSELL GULCH. Henry P. Lowe, one of the former ownei s .. .d late manager Of the- Topeka !l,l!1 G ip frdm Denver Monday " ' : 1 ’ i- quite probable that Mr. in Gilpin c junty at a no distant day. (i - :: ' •>. aci-cc.i •n•t f•- the To -1 ‘ i:r s moved his : Central C:ty. and now has an ' "''•e I ■ •'• u’ch he lif <ls much tiioro convenient. !v! W. Williams was taking in the Spee:.- Payment group of mines last Monday, j ting himself to the I ,r '~ r ' •• ~r Iflt ‘ development- work that is being made on that property under tho m ini gement of Frank Stunsfleld. Lied Lottes, n ’SO pioneer of this dis trict. also tho loent r of tho Tin Cup mines in Gunnison : county, was found d.-ad in bis cabin at Ohio City, Gunni son county, February 21, 1900. He was a member of the local h.dgo of Knights of Pythias at Leadville. He was 70 years of age. It is thought that death was due to his age?. The remains were taken to Leadville for interment, the Knights of Pythias having charge of the* obsequies. W. O. W illiarus has sold his saloon business opposite the postoflice in this place to Louis Rarnihi, who took posses sion of the premises to-day. Mr. Williams will engage in mining again. James Clayton is again managing tho affairs of the Calumet Mining and Mill ing company, having returned from his old home in Beaver Falls, Pa. J. 13. Phillips, who looked after the property while Mr. Olivton was away, is visiting in Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. Walter Flagler is in 'Denver re ceiving treatment at St Joseph’s hos pital. A telephone message*received here yesterday from her husband states that she may be compelled to undergo another surgical operation. There has been a change in tho man agement of the Old Town mine, Mr. Coffman of Idaho Springs succeeding G. K. Kimball jr. Hans Nisson returned from Victor Tuesday evening on a short business trip. His brother has all the work he can do, while Joseph Peterson is head car penter for the Gold Coin Mines Com pany. Hans returned to day. Postmaster Wagner has ordered from from the factory new postoflice fixtures which will be due here next week. The fixtures will contain 5X5 call boxes and 10 lock boxes. S. S. Johnson returned from Denver yesterday morning. H. G. Shuck and two insurance adjus ters visited the Crown Point-Virgiuia mine yesterday. Fid ward .Tones returned from Denver Sunday, fie reports that his wife is still suffering from nervous prostration, and will probably visit her brother. David Jones at Canton, Ohio, her physician recommending slower altitude. Louis Catani is still confined to his. bed by inflamatory rheumatism, which pervades the legs. Funeral designs of every|deßcription cut flowers for parties, balls, or wedding bouquets, and flowers of every descrip tion for garden or house, furnished by Cockburn, the florist. Anderson, the furniture man, has been kept busy lately supplying the needs of f 9 several newly married couples. He has the goodH und his prices are all right Stylish and well fitting footwear. Eiiickson, Lawrence street, Central. Worthy of Consideration. Our system is one that enables us to make low prices to our customers and always give them fresh goods, two things worthy of your consideration. Philipps Ac Ehli, Lawrence street, Central City. Poultry Fresh from Kansas, at the Mueller Commission Company's store. TO THE PUBLIC. I have sold my lease of Turner Hull on Gregory street, Central City, to Guido Protty, whom I recommend to tho public as a pleasant and accommodating gentle man. Thanking the public for their pa tronage while conducting Turner Hall, I am respectfully, Auoust Catani. Homestead Bread. Pies and cakes, fresh every day at Jack's Place, Main street, Central. Quality Is the Relish. People often lack an appetite because they have eaten something unwholesome. Wo have nothing of that kind, but keep an abundantsupply of Hu* best groceries and canned goods for the most fastidious to select from. Phillips & Enu, Lawrence Street Grocers, Gratifying. Nothing is mare gratifying to the pub lic than fine fruit. It acts as a correc tive and keeps you up to concert pitch. Here you Hud all the delicucies of the season in the fruit line. Remember at the store of the Muhi.lku Commission Co. Sewing Machines Cheap. Two “Singers,” about now, one “Stand ard” in line shape, ot.o “White" hardly list'd with drop leaf, and others at nl most your own price, at Anderson’s fur nituro store.