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V * | | : '"' f —'' r % ___ __ ;^- f V . * ''•Stamp Mill Screens, Baps, Fuse and Candles. /p t —ii 2> Agent lor THE OLD ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA GIANT POWDER. Quicksilver and Mill Chemicals. Steam Fittings. Gold Retorts, Belting, Hardware, Stoves, Gas Pipes, Etc. jejmkins,* jvfc’kAY & CO. Central City, Colorado. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY WHEN YOU DRINE BEER mu inizuumi. USE THE MOMH PRODUCT / 150.000 Barrels per •^.an.rr-u.xrr Tire Ovutp*u.t of ZANG BREWING CO.’S S — LAGER BEER. It is Bnnvcd from tin* Best Colorado Barley and Hops. It, therefore, commends itself to all who want a good glass of l*nre Home-Made Beer, Adolph Zang, Tim Daniel Fuelscher, Agent, Central City, Colo HAStJVIEKffcE. SUMS. A Nico Largo Assortment of Fancy and Grotesque Costumes to ho ltnntod at REASONABLE » PRICES. XlT* Bussell Gulch, Novadavillo and outside towns w especially invited lojinvestigato. MHS. AOIfEE H, Prop. Central City, Colorado. RELIABLE ASSAYS. InM $ .50 Gold ami nilvor.. ..$ .7 T, ! soail 50 Gold, silvHr, copr.. 1.50 ! Humpies by mull receive prompt attention. j Rich Ores and Bullion Bought, j OGDEN ASSAY CO., 1-2*29 16th Street - Denver, Colorndo E GOLDMAN’S, I Dr.Ai.Rit Is— jCtaee'Wines as! Liquors —FOR Medical and Family Purposes. Bast imported nud domestic Cigars, smoking tobacco, Meerschaum and Hrinr Pipes and Smokers, Articles generally. The Oldest Liquors in Market a Specialty 50 YEARS’ .y-jJ^j^^^^EXPERIENCE V, J j K';AG q-jjfl,Trad: Marks Designs Coryrig>;ts Ac. Anronn sprtdlng n rkctrh nnd description mny quickly lutceriiiiii our opinion frees whether h:j invention is prohnbly putuntnbl?. foniniunlrn ttoiix atrlctly conlldcntlnl. 1 !an<lbook on I’.ucntu sent freo. ti!d>*st nirency for securing patents. l*ni.nils taken through Muuti & Co. receive i/ifiit l notice, ‘.rlMioat chnrce. In tho Scietifific Jf^&lcan. lmndsomely lUnstmted weekly. I.nnrcst cir culation of ntir pr ientltlo journal. 'l’ertns, $ ’ u your; four months, 91. Sold by «.ll m-wmlon.ore. ifIUNN S Co. 3e,B “~ h «»’ New York Branch Office, C 25 li* St„ Washington, l>. C. . . . THE FINEST BELGIAN Ranch in Leavenworth Gulch. O-. ZvZcxrsjD.o,ll, Central City, Colo DENVER Times. 0 THE TlMES™*®* «« A Greater Uncle Sam. A Greater Colorado, A Greater Denver. .—DAILY AND WEEKLY.... Only afternoon peper published In Denver bavins full Associated Press reports. n Daily by Mail. WABE*." •Weekly by Mall.. fftfJSi!?. THROUGH DAILY MAIL STAGE LINE TO Apex, Bennett, Silver Creek, Black Hawk and Central City... ••■ ANP Return. RIC HRDS & GRIFFITH, Props Having purchased the Conveyances and Stock of l*eter C. Hanaen, tho new proprietors will devote their ex clusive attention to the Stage nnd Hxpri'Bi) huninesH. Contructe will he takt*u for the delivery of Freight from Black Hawk and (Central City to any of the above named pnintH. All orders will receive prompt atten tion hy telephoning No. GT», Central City, Ctilorado. .• . We also run a LIVERY and BOARDING STABLE And will fumMi on nhert notlco, Convov. iiihm’h for iidjoiningTowiih. MinuHor .Mi!ln < ounty Itoiul nnd Kiuit 11 iuli Mtrnd, :: :: :: :: :: OKSTRAL CITY, - COLO PIONEER IRON AND WIRE WORKS CO JACOB FITTIINO. Mrc*. *4J7*JV rinrkrt St-, i’hona joNj, DliNVEtt. COLO. Itnnk ItnlllngM, Bund and I’olnfo Hcroena, limn** Wh'ktda, Iron Kmimm, Howor Htandn, Kina Grills Work, < 'liair*. Halt•*«•»* and Viu>(*m, Iron Hliattari*, Wind<»w Uuiimlh, (ieuarul IJulldiDK Iron Work. ■■ l c c ’f ,; ' V) \ UeADViUE, 1 \ 6URVBBD ai il sramt Hsn# ASPEBk fom ) \ BRAND itism L wsr/M i sgSm f I /f B v* a ’Sf£ ( e 4S |- y S.K.HOOPCEt (S’.P.&tA-.PEItVER.-t- Tr*<' " r w Ia y o | IA I eisssoiro | lodlcat©r| Is Jus l ' <: \,oo3fXV\ what > /'""'N c|4\ word :• implies, j; O indicates < 1 the state < | of the tension at a glance. • 1 Its use means time saving ‘ 1 and easier sewing. It's our own invention ‘ and is found only on the !; White j| :: Sewing Machine. : I > We have other striking ; - improvements that appeal to ; ! i the careful buyer. Send for ; ; our elegant H. T. catalog. ; :: White Sewing Machine Co. j j • | Cleveland, Ohio. > Any Lady or man, who will take orders for our Leg horn Hen Food in their vicinity, CAN GETA GOLD WATCH, FREE Our food increases yield of eggs, and keeps fowl in good health. We are making lilieral offers to agents in order to get more people to using our food. On receipt of 50c. we will send, postpaid, a regular $l.OO size hox, with which you can !x*giu to take orders at once. Pamphlet, with more information about liens, «ent on receipt ot Kell-.uidreaaefJ, stamped envelope. Address ! Leghorn Food Co*( HUM) )Boston* Mom. , Spoiler h Linen with itH fuultloßfl work, prompt delivery and hmiiill rhnrgeH to ) huve your linen exantly nn it Hhould he, patronize tho Troy (jloljh Laundry. No waw odgo left on col tarn and culTs. CollarH ,'k*. CulTh 6c. ShirtH I Or. Leave orders at, tho PoHtofllce Store Central Ciiy. J. H. MAYMON, \gont. n it.trs .1 *11: 11. wiTiiorr noon in rri:if.• joHCMOH T IE Tillr DEST. [TfmrffTJ T° PATENT Good Ideas ; I 1 V I |i 11 ”J| mwy hi* Hccunsl by |k Il|lk 'I ■ our aid. A.ldresa, I I IMF. PATENT nECORO. WANTED in every town 11 loenl repre »»ent »i!ive. Indv nr L f f n? IfMiuin. Kwify wf*-k good pay. No enpilnl required. Pi»v -• merit every week. Addrena for partiuu* litre, L. Mauki iiai. Aar Co., 1118 Kl 111 St., Online, Tex ns. BLACK HAWK. John Kurri or the Ohio group of mines at the bud of Miners gulch in Vermil- ] I on dibtiict, woe attending to business nutters here last Saturduy.-Jle returned , to the mine after dinner. , James Claytgn of the Calumet Gold 1 Mining and Milling Company, Russell : ] district, after looking after a lot of ore S lipped here to the Rocky Mountui:. c >nc filtration works Sat urday aftcr:ionr\ took tlie train for Idaho Springs where ho spent Sunday. A man rained DeVore was brought. !■ his place from ti e Middle Boulder lasl j Friday, who had been bitten on his left ; hand by a fox. Ilis hand and arm were ! badly swollen from the effects of the bite. ! Dr. Richmond is attending him and re j norts that if blood poisoning does not set in f h© hand will bo all right in a short time. Carl Johnson and Carl Hansen left for Cape Nome, Alaska, last Saturday. George Fertig came in Saturday from his Golden Sheaf mine, Vermillion dis trict, to lay in a supply of provisions and visit his friend Rufus Batchellor and the rest of the boys in the Quartz Mill City. Bonati Pnoli, the Italian miner injured in n mine in Russell district a short time ago, was brought here Sat urday and sent to St. Anthony’s hospital in Denver for treatment. Dr. Richmond has purchased the resi dence of Harry Fox on Ccoper street, this city. Despite the slackness of ore at times the Gilpin mill is well supplied with ore and keep their f>o stamps thundering away, which keeps our friend John Keyes and the rest of the mill crew busy. Nelson Franklin of the State Ore Sampling Works, and E. F. Olden of the Gilpin stamp mill company, left for Crij - pie Creek last Saturday. The following judges have been ap pointed for the ensuing municipal elec tion: First ward— Joseph Moyle, Jero S Borham, John Sleep. Second ward—L. F. Allebaugh, Ku gene Perley, F. A. Rudolph. Third ward—Charles Chatfield, E. T. Jon op, Walter E. Scott. At the last meeting of the city coun cil Thomas O’Meara was reinstated as night watch for the month of March. A special meeting of Black liawk lodge No. 11, A. F. AA. M., will be held this evening for work on the Master Mason’s degree. Grand lodge officers will also be present. The masquerade ball given by the Black Hawk Fire Department at Fire men’s hall last Tuesday evening was the most successful and enjoyable affair held here for years. About thirty five couple were masked, Walter Jones as a Dutch man being the best character. After un masking all present had a jolly good time until 3 o’clock the next morning Supper was served at the Gilpin Hotel, and was heartily partaken of by all. The committee having the ball in charge did everything possible to make it a success and were rewarded by all present ack nowledging that they never before had a better time. The Opera House orchestra furnished excellent music. Grading is being done for the placing the ties and track for the new ore tram way of the Boston A Denver Mining A Milling company, from the mouthof the Smith A Parmelee exit on the Gregory lode to the Bobtail tunnel entrance. Fred Jefferies, absence from this city i» bemoaned by his mother, the young man having lit out for Cripple Creek Sunday afternoon. McFarlane A Co. have received nn or der for three copper bottom humping tables which will l>e shipped toSanJuan, Bautista, Old Mexico, where they will lie placed in a stamp mill near that place. A citizen’s meeting will he held at the city hall next Saturdny, when a cancidato for mayor, treasurer and four aldermen will l>e mode. Mrs. Allen's condition is reported ns very critical by Dr. Richmond, who has little hoites of her recovery. She is very weak and does not seem to recover her atrength as she should. E. C. Allen of Knnfmu City. Mo., was visiting his friend George Scheer here yesterday. He is connected with the A. M. Hughes Puint A Glnss Co. of that city. A lino lino of stationery just received at Mayinon’s Central Postoffice Store. Couldn't help getting a cold never cures it; hut carrying homo a bottle of Bal lard’s Horohound Syrup, and using it as directed will euro the worst kind of cold or cough. Price 25 and 50 cents. For sale at the Black Hav k Pharmacy Tim Niitlon’ft <2rrat lt«**ort Hot spring*'* A rkaiiHUH. This famous health and plenHuro re sort is owned by and under control of the U. S. Government. Not only do its healing waters ellect marvelous cures but the heaty of the place and the su perb climate nttract thousands of tour ist.s annually who are in search of nn at tractive resort. Especially is it a desir able place for people of Colorado and the west to hj end the winter months. The Colorado A- Southern Railway offers very low round trip rates with liberal time limits. Ask any agent of the Colo rado A Southern Railway for furthur in formation, or write T. E. FiHiiK.it, General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colo RUSSELL GULCH. Mamie L . infant daughter of Mr. and Mr.*. T. L. Henry died last Saturday, March 10, and was buried Monday after noon in the Catholic cemetery near Cen tral City. Mrs. R. E L. Townsend and children left for Denver last Thursday. Idaho Springs Gazette: We ; eknowl- i.i a '.y! la?- 1 « . < w. :g from Mrs. John A. Dory and her daughter in-law Mrs. Dory of Rt -sell Gulch. Th latter ex peetd to iel urn to Idaho Springs, as George has Htvptrd the foremnnship of the Freeland Extension mine. Foi.n In Russell Gulch. Gilpin county, Colorado, Marc h 10, 1900, i„ the; wife of Robert Griffith,a eon. A lex Kl in left for Cripple Creek last Monday. The following letters remain in the postoffice here unclaimed: John Firth, (i. \\ . Middleton, A. W.Tollman, George Hawke. If not called for within thirty days they will be forwarded to the dead letter office at Washington. Don is Barnabee s new place of business opposile the postoffice is receiving a new coat of paint at the hands of W. O. Williams. Louis Cataui is up and around his place of business after a siege of rheu matism. E. W. Williams, the well known Den ver mine promoter, was taking in the Specie Payment and other mines on Bellevue mountain and at the head of Virginia canon on Tuesday. Charles Mobray left for Silver City, Clear Creek county, Tuesday, where he will probably engage in mining. The local pool of miners who are work ing the Ace of Diamonds, just south of this place, are making good headway in sinking the main shaft on that vein. P. T. Collie, formerly of Central City, has become a fixture here and is engag ed in mining on the Hi 11 house lode, that has developed into a large body of con centrating ore. People who reside on Klein avenue claim t hat a haunted house is situated thereon. Some very funny stories are circulated by the ghost and what has transpired in the vicinity of the house. Some of these stories are only exceeded by the Eureka street ghost and ghostess that were seen in Central City back in the seventies. There are no idle men in the district, every person being employed. Mr. Knowles, manager of the Crown Point & Virginia mine, was short of his usual force of men, was trying to securo miners here the first of the week and failed in securing them. Crocuses are in bloom, the first spring flower to put in an appearance. A rep resentative of the Observer met a little school girl Tuesday morning who had plucked quite a boquet of them, she was carrying to her teacher. Joseph Cheynoweth, a former resident ’ of Gilpin county, was found guilty last * week in the district court at Cripple Creek, of attempting to murder his wife, and was sentenced by Judge Stimson on Mobday afternoon for a term of not le&s - than four years nor more than eight years in the state penitentiary. In pas sing sentence the court took occasion to give the prisoner and the public some intimation of the ronsons why he had not given the full limit under the stat utes. The prisoner heretofore had been an exemplary citizen, and the assaulton his wife was made when under the in fluence of liquor and in a fit of passion. Funeral designs of ovory description cut flowers for parties, bulls, or wedding bouquets, and flowers of every descrip tion for garden or house, furnished by Cockburn, the florist. Stylish and well fitting footwear. Ehickhom, Lawrence street, Central. .StM-nml Only To Sunlight. In cheapness and brilliancy is the light produced by the Western Lamp. A trial costs nothing. Satisfaction guar anteed. HOLMES A TEATS, Solo Agents. Itmul Ahum Is a most important part of our diet, and it is the duty of everyone to see that it is pure nnd wholesome. The same is true of cakes and pies. Nothing hut what is first class is sold by the Union or Black Hawk bakeries, llail the wugon or call at the store. lloin«*ni,-n<| llrnuil, Pies and cakes, fresh every day at Jack’s Place, Main street, Central. ■ ■ 1 • ■ ■ fjuullty I* tlie Helleli. People often lack an appetite becuuio they have eaten something unwholesome. Wo have nothing of that kind, but keep an abundant supply of the best gr«>ceries and canned goods for the most fastidious to select from. Phillips «!L Bum, Lawrence Street < • racers, A flood Point, A good point about our groceries They are fresh nnd of the highest quality. Prices are the lowest for cash. The Sauer-McShane Mercantile C’o. Fine watch repairing at the Mineral Palace. flratlfylug. Nothing is more gratifying to the pub lic limn fine fruit. It nets us n correc tive ami keeps you up to concert pitch. Here you find all tho delicacies of the season in tho fruit lino. Remember at tho store of the Mi’bllf.h Commission Co,