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I II "- I I II II _ UII I I JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. I-L AA~Or~ LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surges to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. 1,I TRACY 2~IELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofllos opposita'Amertcan House, San Juan ave- nue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. i-:xaminlog Surgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SH1PPEY, M. D., Villa Grove, Colo. CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. THH AMERICAN HOUSB ..... SAGUACHE, COLO. MRS. M. E. OOLVIN, PROP. This house has recently changed hands. The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table.can be relied upon. Th8 8a , cha OOU tY Huk, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal CRi~ o{ Europe. Safe Deposit Boxe.e, for Rent. OFFJCER8 AND DIRZCrORS. ISAAC GOT]'HELF, President. LEOPOLD HAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDFA~U. CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. CLA RENCE HERSEY, Assayor antl 0bomist, [Established 18791 Leadville, Colorado. naples by Mail or =,xpress Ee0eive Prompt Attention. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, l}ealers In 8aguaohe O0unty REAl. ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa. mous gram field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- tdente, taxes paid and msur. anus written. SAGUACHF_. COLO, i ,,,m, i i E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFiCE,N. CHEMICAL, LABORATORY ~tabl~b.e.d. in ~o.lomdo,l$6& 8staples bymallor ~SS Will recetve prompt sad careful attention a00ssd, Melted sad OOld &SllmBulllon o. PURCHASED. O.aaaikl~sn TAint 100 lhe. or csr load lots, vuoenuatm, /esm~ ~'ite for terms. 17.Mi-!~lS L4Jwromeo St.. I)mver, Colo. /f A, BREWER, LiYery and Feed Stable, ": Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This departmen~ is in charge of one who hu had many years experience as au undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs frolu the Cheapest to fine metalic cMkets. I hlve a hearse, "A Litff~ Spa;l; May Mahe M~ch WoHi.'" The little "" spar~s'" of bad blood [urUn. in the system shouM be cncnched ~o,i. Hood's Sarsaparilla, America's great bloc, purifier. It purifies, ~itaIizeS and enriche: the b[oodof both sexes and a[[ ages. Cures scrofula, sail rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Joe NeWlllao. The date for Joe Newman's entertain- mont has been settled on for February 22d. It will be given in the county high school building. Owing to the fact that a Masque Ball is to be given the same night the entertainment will start promptly at 6:45 o'clock, in order to give those who want to go to the ball a chance to attend the entertainment also. Do not miss the Newman concert--it will be the best thing billed here for the year. Proceeds to go to the high school piano fund. Wet'king (I vel't Intle. Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless, little workers--Dr. King's New Life Pills. Millions are always at work, night and day, curing indigestion, bil- liousness, constipatmn, sick headache, and all stomach, liver and bowel troubles Easy, pleasant, safe, sure. O,ly 25c at Lord & Wilcox's drug store, Crestone, Colo. G. O. Taylor lVhiskfes, are decidedly fine An exchange says: Several of the married iadms wore comparing the smart tricks of their respective offspring the other day. One sa~d her littlegirl walked when she was a year old; another that her little boy could say "papa" and "ma- ma" when he was ten months old. An old batchelor who was in the next room try- ing to read then chipped iu and said that wasn't anything wonderful, He had read in the Bible that Job cursed the day he was born. That settled It and the ladies adjuurned. The social given by the High School Girls last Friday night was well attend- ed and netted about $40 for the piano fund. The feature of the evening which brought iu the big revenue was the sell- ing of the girls supper baskets at auc- tion. Several "cattle barons" took a hand in the bidding and made the boys bid up lively in order Lo get a chance to eat with their best girl. First and ibremost in the field of medmine is Hood's Sarsaparilla. tt pos- sesses unequalled merit add cures all diseases caused t,r promoted by impure or impoverished blood, including rheu- matism, d) spepsm, catarrh. All liver Ills are cured by Hood's pills. 25 cents. John E. Ashley was appointed admin- istrator of the estate of Abner BadderF. Nearly the entire male population of Bonanza requested ft. Mrs. Matilda Marold on Monday re, ceived her discharge as executrix of the estate of John B. Marold. Get your tmkets for the Joe Newman concert on the 22nd. Adults 50 cents, children 25 cents. Miss Sarah Fullerton has been con- fined to her bed the past three days with rheu matism. Perry Allen caught t~he grip on his re- turn home and is having a good time with it. Jim Ham is in partnership with Her- bert Ellis in the meat market at Bo- naDza. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, honestinpu~qfy The livery competition at Villa Grove is about the liviest thing in the county. Once smoked, always, Banker's Bond 5 cent cigar The Sagnache Pharmacy. G, O, Taylor Whi,k, es, ar, pure meo~clna| stimulant. I will pay cash for dressed hogs, hides and pelts. W.O. HUNT, Moffat, Colo. Art Miles of Moffat was in town yes- terday. Patrons of the Amerman ~ouse spesk very fa'orably of its new management. The table is good, l|le beds excellent and the attention given guesLs all that could be desired. ~[en, ]VoInell aud ChitOreu Should buy their shDes of Sam Feast, of Moffat, and rece, ivo satisfaction, comfort and durability. He handles the Hamil- ton Brown Sane Co.'s shoes which are of the best in the market. A new and up to date assortment just received. To Tile Public. We have moved part of our mdl stock ate P. M. Jones' old store buildmg east Of CRESCENT office where we will con- duct a general grain business. The Saguache Mills. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pur~ VILLA GROVE NOTES. Snow on the ground Saturday morning. Still more of the "beautiful" Monday morn]rig. Weather qmte cool and pleasant at this writing. Mrs. Lyons from near Saguache, was calling on friends in the Grove one day last week. Mrs. J. iV. Bolton is the possessor of a fine new organ. Mesdames Steadman and Means re- turned home last week, Wednesday, after having had a very pleasant visit with Mrs. Hackworth and family, of Ohto City, Colo. W. D. Clark, who the past two years made his homo In our neighboring town Bonanza, went last week to Crestone, to start a saw mill at that place. Lulu Steadman entertained her young friends Sat,irday mght, in t,ouor of her t4th birthday. Dr. Shippey and D. I. Whiteman pro- vided themselves with pianos, thereby making their wives happy. X STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, LUOAS COUNTY ~ 88 FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he ie Ithe seuior partner of the firm of F. J. (',HENEY ~ CO., doing business in the City of Toledo, County aod State aferesaid, and that eaid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FItANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of Decernber.A.D. 1886. 1 A w G'EASO , (~) . Notary Public. liall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on tim blood and mucous st~faces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY'& CO., Toledo, O. Soht b~Drug~ists 750. Hall s Family Pills are the best. CENTER SIIOYS. Jerry Winchell has been quite sick for the past few days. Howard Winchell of Monte Vists, who has been visiting his brothers at this place, returned home Tuesday morning. W. K Manis made a business trip to Hooper Monday. Mrs. W. K. Mauls is one of the grip's victims. Sheridan & Germam will soon have their new blacksmith shop comp!eted. Mr. Geery will soon commence the erection era neat dwelling house just north and west of Sheridan & Germain's blacksmith shop. W. M. Brashear, the popular merchant, returned Friday from a business trip to Denver where he was purchasing his spring and summer liue of goods. Ras Wailace's infant chdd is seriously sick. Claude B011 made a business" trip to Monte Vista Tuesday. Henry Schmidt purchased a fine new buggy while in Monte Vista recently. Now girls get on your wraps. The artesian well just completed at W. M. B,'ashear's new dwelling house by Wyland, VenDetta & Dyett, m one of the cost in this section of ~he co tarry. Dr. Bradburn has been on the ~iok list for the past week. I. Tucker hss fiuished putting up hia ice. He now has about 50 or 60 tons of the finest me ever put up in the valley. Mrs. J. L. Hurt is slowly recovering from a spell of sickness. (:~.~. ~,~ O ~'{L'r A. 7"-- WANTED-Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of sold finns- eta| reputation. $986 salary par 5ear, payable weekly. $3 per day.absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, bonaflde, definite salary, no com- mission, sdary paid each Saturday and exnense money advanced each week, STANDARD HOUSE, 834 DEAR~O~ S'L CHICAOO. | Admlnlstrator*s Notice. Estate of George W. Keesey, deceased. The undersigned, having been appointed aqmlnistrator of the estate of George W. Kee- sey, late of the comity of Saguache and state of Colorudo, deceased, hereby gives notice that. lie will appear belbrc the county court of Saguachc county, at the court house in Sa- guache, at the January term for probate bust- !ness, oil the fourtn Monday (being the 25th day/ of February next, at which time ull per- sons haviug claims against said esiate are no- tiffed and requested to attend for the purpose ofllaving the same adjusted. All persons in- debted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 26th day of Jaeuary, 1901. CHAS. HAYDEN, Administrator. Notes for Pttblleation. Land Office, Del NorSe, Colo., t Jan. 18, 1901. )" 2~'otlco is hereby given that the following nameds ettler has filed notice ef his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Lee Fa lrban k s, clerk o f district cou rt of Saguachc county. Colo., ou March 5, 1901, viz: Benedlto Marquez. who made homestead en- try, No.i2851, for tbe S E ~ see. 2, lwp. 42 ~ of range 7 EN M P M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence 'upon and cultiva- tion ol said laud, viz: Feles Chaves, Juan Audres. Babenela Epi- Janlo'lorres, Jullo Lobato,all of Carnero, Colo. JAn. H. BAXT]:R, .R.eg'is~er. Notice for Publication. LAND OFEIOE AT DEL NORTE, COLO., Jan, 19th, 1901, Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed ootice of Ills Intenth)o to make flual proof in snpoort of his claim, ami iilnt said proof will be made belore lira ; clera of the district court at 8aguache, Colo. on March 2, 1901, viz: Gustavus It. Nol'nUl. who made homesteed entlT No. 279t for the ~ W ~/~. sec. 1, twp. 42, N rangeTE NMPM. He n.tmestlle following witnesses to prove his continuous rcsldeuce tlpon and cultlvath,n ol sdd laud, viz: Samuel Jewell, John S. Sanderson, both of Saguacbe. Colo. It. P. Johnson, J. P. John, sou, both of Carnero, Colo. JAS. H. BAXTEa, Register, Notice of Forfeiture. To John Nevltt. You are hereby notified that we have ex- pended One Hundred Dollars in labor and ltn- provements upon the Mystic lode, situate In Cochetop~t mining district, Sagaache eouilty, | [ C~ Ioralo~ tile loc~tton certlflc~te of which Is recorded m the records of sald Saguaelle olau- ty, ill book 78 at page 484. In order to hold sald premises under the t)rovlatons of Section 2324 Revised Stvtutes oi the United ~ rates, beiog tile ann.uat required to hold the same for the { 5ear endhlg lie,ember 81, 1900. And if wlihm ninety days froul tile service of Ill{s notloe y,~tl Dt|l or lefn~e to c,,nttibute your ],roporthal ot such ex}lelJ,l|Lu,'S as eo-,)wllers, }'oUt" lmercst lu s, id ehdm will beconle the property o| the 8abscrlhors under the said Secthm 2824. Sagnache Jau. 0, 1901. FRND H YATT, E. T. HYATT. Firs pub Jt~n 10-last Aprtl 11, DOCTORS Prescribe them becaus.', they never vatT irom one st.~,x,!a~d of mcdicin.~l quality~ the highest -- ailtl doct,,rs are careful folks. You trust your [amily doctor-- course, Ask him. TAYLOR .th| In sealed bottles only Of Druggists. .~ola By The RA G UA CHE PHA 1~ MA (11". The large vein at the Independent mine ia reported ae gottmg richer as depth is gaiDed. It is also widening out and in some places free gold can readily be seen. It is a solid frozen fact that there is not another such vein in Colo- rado.~Miner. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo.Quin~ue ~abl~, the remedy that eure~ a sold In one d~l' WANTED--ACT[VE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- acter to deliver and collect in Colorado for old establishod manufacturing wholesale honse. $990 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than ex- psrience required. Our refereneo, any bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped en- velope. Manufacturers. l-hird Floor, 884, Dearbon st. Chicago. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Ssguache County Bank. VILLA GROVE AND SAGUACHE STAGE LINE. Carries mai{, passengers and express. Leaves Villa Grove ........... 9:45 a.m. Arrtves at Saguach~ .......... 1:15 p.m. Leaves Saguache. 1:30 p.m. Arrives at V,lla Grove:::::::: 5:00 p.m. F. H. CARLSON, Proprietor. ~l~Y~8 CREAM BALM ts apositlveetn~. Apply into the nestrH~. It Is quickly absorbed. cents at Druttgist~ mr by mail I samples 10e~ by marl. ~eLY BROTHER8. 56 Warren St., New York City. 8tats of Golorado, ~ .. Saguache County. ~ In the District Court, In the 12th Judicial District In and for sald couaty. In the matter of the aeJudicatlon of prlort. ties of right to the use or water In water dis. trlct Number 21]. 8EMI-NNUAL MlePORT OF Tmri~ BOARD OF COUNlr CO IM4ONERS of 8~ltmehe Co., Colo., for th. half ~nmr mdi~ I)~. $1st. 11~0. To the Hoe. Board of Cotmty Commi~tont~m of S~ptanha Cotmty, Celo.--G~mthmtanl [ bays the honor to lubmit hmwith for your ~amimttion and approval the eelat4auaul ~mte. sent of the ~eipta end expondituum of 8nguaehe Co., Colo., for the half year endluj Dee. 81, 1~0. Yout~ ,~ tt~z~dLv, LEI~FAIRBANK& Commt~ CAsk, Ordinary County Revenue Fund. To helane~, Jnl~l, I~00 ................ *~ 11 1~ warrants I~id .................... * 8m M To ct,liectie~s, Tax ro|{a ............... &t~/81 _By traoefer to tral~ f~ fuad ........ ~78 II0 To oollectiom~ Saloon li~ ......... 1050 00 Hy trtm, fer, Co. hilflt m~hool fumt... 2000 00 By balano. ............................ ~1 8 17~ ?2 $17~ ?1 ~upport of Poor Fund. By balance Jul~ t, 1~0 .................. ,135 ~ To collections ........................ me It By warnmte prod ...................... ,. 1001 70 To behmee ........................... 814 C~ $1440 36 8 hq~ M SDeelal Co~tiDIPmt Fond To balance July 1, Ire0 ................... * 81 ~ By bahmm ............................ * ~ 67 To collections ............................ ~ ?t , ess e? ,~m Road Fund. To balan~ July 1, 1900 .................. $ ~ 81} B~ paid wm'rmata ......... : ........... * lit1 511 To collections.. 2t76 17 .By be, lane. ............................ to4 ?8 Conuty Bo~! Fund, To balancn July 1, 1900 ................... * 49~ 07 By ~id bouds ........................ * 2900 ~0 To coliection~ ........................... ~AI$ $0 By ~lan0e ............................. 9~ 8'/ 8~17 $ ~mS la Interns Bond Fond. To balance July 1, 1900 ................... * ~ ~0 By eoupone Md axehange .............. * $79 ,I To collections ............................ 816~ By ~ ............................. ?$I Ushers1 School Fun& To balance Jnly L 1900 ................... * 10 01 .B7 apportionments .... : ..... .......:.., ~ To collections, rolls ....................... I~ 29 By trmmter to t~m~. ~ z~* ~a.. | '~ To collections state anditor's warrant .... ~t ~ By balan~ ............................ 9t 2O $ ~517 IV , ~7 19 Outstanding Warrant Fund. To balance July 1. 1900 .................... * 117 17 KY balance ............................ 8 1W 00 To collectioa~ ............................ 19 $177 09 , IT/00 Town of Saffaaehe Fund. To balance July 1, 1900 .................... * l0 08 By tramffee to ~he road fund ..... , ~ $7 To collections ............................. 7145 Paid towa t~mmra~ ..................... 40 Tram. fec bnul .......................... 1 It Bohtnos .................................. 18 ILl 8~tu ,~a50 Town of thurua~he Road Fond. To transfer from town fund .............. $ 26 5~ By ~id town tt~umvor ................. $ ~ 37 8 ~ S7 $ m a? Town of Bonsn~a Fund. To balance July 1. 1900 ................... 8 82 00 Br ~nrer'e fee fund ................ J M To oollec,iun. ............................. , ~ ~B, ~.n0. .............................. t* n 850~ Siam "Town of Bonamm Road Fued, re balance July 1, teto .................... $ ~ 66 By balunoe ............................ ... ~_~ ,0N 8e~ State Fund, To balan~ July L 190D .................... ,~,~ B, paid..~ t~..~, ............... , ,~. To oolleetions ,.. Trnsurer's Fee Fund. To balance July L 1~00 ................... * ~'2 lid I~ warrants paid ...................... , ~ to To collections ........ : .................... 741 18 By halan~e ............................ 11711 8~ 186~ 87 * l~ 17 County Clerk's Fm Fund. , To colleetious, (Co. clerk) .............. $ ~9~ 80 By transfer to try. b~e rand .......... *~ m By balenee .............................. ,28~2 $0 ,~to Speeial ~hool Fund~ To bahmee July 1, 1900 .................. * ~ at _By paid eehool ordm~ m~d emtlmM.. , 10N~ ~$ To apportionments ...................... "2/~? 54 fly traeofer to tre~. fee fund ......... ~;~ 70 To coflectaons ........................... ~lto 0~ B~ balance .......................... ~"/e.__...~ Reentntnhttiou. To balance ca hand July 1, 1900 ....... $15977 I~ By warrants tmid .................... , II~I~ I$ To eollectlunL rolls ................... 2t714 59 By l~mds paid ........................ 2t000 00 To Collection, uther mares .......... ~8~ 18 By interns coupon & ez0ban~ ..... 879 11 By echo,| orders ...................... 101~ B~ saute tr~nra~ .................... ~ gl fly town d ~he ................ M try balanee ........................... 171197 00 Wherelu John F, Stow and George W. Stow, co-partners doing business as Stow Brothert% , ~ 90 , ~ to claim water throagh the enlargement of thd Bill Stow ditch and the .~tow Brothers ditcil~ Balanceon haud is divided among ftmds at follow~: and so tar as tbe same are concerned and the prior|tics awarded the said ditches, numbers Ordinary county reve~us fllnd ........ * ~tol 46 l~upport of poor rued, ovm*drswa .... ,814 77a, 828, and 98a. SpeCial eontini~nt f~ad ................ 688 67 Tlllsday this cause comlng on to be heard I~ad~d:....~..:. .................... a~78A b fore H, s N ~.en~ret ~noot mu~ .................... vt ae e n. Je se G. orthcutt, sitting as and ~---.- ~.-~ ...a ~ e~ for the Judge of the Twelfth Judlclal district of ~,~"~z~'~'~ ..................... ~a~'~,~ the state of Colorado at his chanibers in the. l,te.r~t .~an ....... ~.:...; .............. .'~." Y2 wn of I olin un~tanalng wm'rl~ zuuu ............. I"~I t~ to A amosa, c t,y of Cone.los and state [ u ..... ~ .... *-nd ~" 5" of Colorado unoa tile sworn application and 1 ."q'~"%~"""*'" ~ ................... ' :~ .Y2 statemeut ;)f Horac0 B. Means, George Mr. J ~,ontnee tow2a. ~unu ................... ~ #)_ Means, WtlllamT. AsllP, y John ltolcomb, D ~_l~onan~t_,r~. mim. ................... .see C. Travis Robert M,nlte'i~'l~ and Alva Scan'['.x.~__~.rars~L~_~xnn .................... .~n~ drett, contestants lo the above entitled are. Clerk. s. ~eenm?...~ .................... ~ e~ ccedlngs, wherein they ask for au appeal In elpeclal ecnool triage ................... eo~e ~t Balance .............................. l?~l~ the above eoi.ltled proceeding from the decree $ 18780 |1 * 1"~'~ of the district court of the county of ~aguache tothe suprem~ court of tlie ~tate of Colorado, Warrant exrmnditurmb~ the BosrdofCountv Commt~ionmofl~saltelm .ee~et4~blt'thell= and against John F ~tow and t~eorge W ~,+h. o.,~., h~ 8' -1~0~" Stow, eo-partoers doing busnless nnder t.he ........ "~* ....... Ordi~a.yOm~nty Revenue Fund. firm name of Stow Brothers, as appellees in so far as said decree relates to the enlargement Conntv eommiuionera ,828 to . of the Bill Stow dltcl~ and Stow Brothers ~.,,..~ ~lo,k ~ .... t.'~, ........... 9,s aK ditch, with prlorlttes humbcred 77a, 82a and Cou~lt;(r~a'~'Co~'l~o-rk'&~ ............ --4~ 93a andtheJudgebelngfully advised lo the (~oantyusT~r'mlary&l~t ............. 68104 premises, after an examination of the" ~tate- Count~ ate, ~ & ~t' ........... 197 ?5 menthereln flied, and ltappearlDg that the [4n~taudantaFa~h~}a ........... ~ gg said contestants and o~lecters are entitled to ~a~rfff-&--ffe'~iN" i'E~. ................ 12"~ an appeal herein as prayed for in thls proceed. Jurors, all vou~ ....... ":'.:~',".::"~:~'~ 288 lngs, It Is therefore ordered ihat an appeal be granted from tl~e de0rec of the district court a8 aforesai(i to tbe supreme cyurt of the ~tate of Colorado, wherelu the said Iloraee B. Means, George W M~an~ William T. Ashley, John tIolcomb, D. C. Travis, Alva ~canurett and Robert M,nte}th owners of ditches with pri- or ties as follows: The William Stow ditch, with priorities nunlbered .......................... 67, 74, 81 The Sullivandlbeh, with priorities nUm- bered ................................ 78, 102 The Hartman Brothers ditch, No. 1, with priorities numbered ................ ll0~ 97 The Hartman Brothers ditch, No. 4, with ' prlorliies numbered ....... 40, 60, 68, 82, 93 The Hnleomb ditch, with prlorit es nuln- bered ................................ 108,116 The Arroya ditch, witi~ priorities num- bered ................................... 107 The Monteith ditch, wlth priorities num- bered .................. .................. The Hay & Monteith ditch, with priori- " 96 ties numbered ........................... The Redmond & Montelth ditch, with prioritie~ numbered ..................... 96 Tire Travls (litcb, with priortles num. bored. ................................... 108 TheTravis ditch, No. 2. with priorities numbered .............................. ; 108 The TJ'a~'Is ditcb, No. 3, with priorltles numbered .................. .............. 108 ~hall be known as the appellants, and John F. ~tow nod George W. ,~tow, co-partners do- Ing bushless under the rll'm naale of StOW Broil)era. owners of the Cillargenlent of the Bill~tow ditch at)d the Stow Brothers ditch, wltll priorities numbered 77a, 82~ and 9~a, shall be k nowo as a ppellees. Said api)eal shall be granted as aforesaid upon the'said appellants executing au appeal bond conditl~neli for the paym0nt of all costs which may be awarded agalust the appellants be executed by one or more of the appellants as 0rinelpal and sufficient securities, said bond Iobe approved by the court or Judge tn vac~t- tton. 1-4, 1901, JEssl~ G. NORTHCUTT, Judge. (Endorsed). District Court, Saguache eonnty, Cole, FlJcd arid entered of record, Jan. 7, 1~01. LEE FAIRnANKS, Olerk. WitneMe~, all eourt~ ..................... t19 50 Clerk, district oourt .................... ~ Stenographer, district court............ 1~ ~ District attorlmy & deputies,, .......... 180 ~0 Bailiff, district court ....... ............. 17 50 Count~ jud~, ft~ & Ex ................ 80 38 Jnstic~m & sun,tables ................... ~ M Coroner's inqu~ts ..................... ~ Books, etationsr~ & euppli~ ............ 27? 4? Repairs, county buildl~ ............... 250 9~ Expend, county pdmm0ra .............. 106 ~0 Exeentm "county Jail .................... 157 05 Water sunt ~ & corn's ................... ~21 4Z Court house furniture ere ............... 106 88 Rebate taxee ............................ ~ 87 Count~ printmg ......................... 185 80 Shee~ inspector ........................ 144 00 Valley no~mal ........................... 10 00 Abstract company ....................... tO 00 Purehtmin~ agent ....................... ~5 00 W. A. MoIntyre, special o0teer ......... 5~ Miscellaneous ........................... 117 Road Fnnd. Over~ers ............................... 8 2~ t~ Viewers .... ~ 00 Lumber ................................. ~ 07 Supplies, tools, mall~, ate ............... 187 ~i Extra work .............................. 177 County surveyor ............... ; ........ 18 ~0 Blac~smithing ......................... 28 tO 8 4848 7t Poor Fund. County physci~m.. ..................... * 151 ~5 Superintendent or poor .................. ~ 00 Wer~hsadise ........................... ~A 00 Burial ...................... \ .............29 50 H,~nital and board ..................... ~2 00 W,~I and rent ........................... 42 $5 I at*tun .................................... ~2 00 Transportation ........................... 40 00 Small pox ................................ ~'/ 50 ,1OO42O Tremmrar'* Fee Fand. Tr~murer's lalar~' and deputy ........... , ~ 0D Total wsr~nCe imued ou uH fuude ~ County bonds 0ut~taud/l~ hat report... '2.5,000 00 Pard during l~t tiz moatba ........... ,. ~0 tl0 Now outstanding ........................ 2~t10 ~0 The ~ore~oing bou.~ draw int~trast at the rat~ of 7 per cent. I~r ga~um, ~ble mmi~tuaasllF, State of Colorado, Is D~toofbond~De~LllX~ Pn~tbleat tha plmmul, oetheboat~ofCotmty CAmuaimieam~ lilt County ol 8agU.~che. ~" s fen years f~lm date ot iua~ aml aheoiutely dne and Imyabte ig twantF lmara frnm their ditto. I. Lee Yah'banks, Clerk ,,f the District Court . I utereet on bondl.ls paid M the coupons bemmte dun, the mount of 18~.11 hat btum pard dut~ hill ~t e te inn 15118 p~dst SIX mon~n| wit and for eald couuty nd te , do here. by c(.rtlfy lhat the above and foregoing tS STAYEOFCOIA)RADO IS~ true c-rrect full and complete copy ,ffan Of ~.~fTNTY ir~l~ 14aC4[IAO.~'R_ { der A Iowln Appeal, together With all en- v dor~ement~ I~ereon made fr,,m lie original L/.~e Fairb~nk~ CoUnty Cl~rlt m and for the eOU llt~ awl ~.tnte ~r~dd, do hmd~ eerti~ t lint and the same a~pea~'s of rec~,rd in tD~ tmld t the forewdnll retmrt le a tt~e tma COrrect statement ot the reempte mud ent~imditmt~m of I~tgnntd~ offlee '" . ~ [ 0out)ty for tGe.six montim endil~. Dee. 81: 1900, tot?thor, witlt the eaah ou hand ~ meh and _~e~_ . :" , , ...... , runu reportett neraiu, A true tma eorrao statemen~ ot the nuancilu ooaaittoa of the eounw% mow- n. ~est.lmO!~y wae~:e?.! t nave ne.r.eunto se~ I inn the amount of debt owing by Rid eonnty, in what the debt eomdst~ what tats o5 lateMmt the my lwnJt a n o.a[~xeq ~ne ae.I or s an~e~urt at [ ~*~me is drawing, aml what p,t~l~t~te have bgea mode ulvm the uraeAo, fully nod eomplet4d~ at ta ~aguae{~c, tuts 15an day ut J tlnUarYFAIRBANKStAe~L. [ shown b~ .... the rtmorde in my uta ethos, unit the fedora of the uoaatl xra~urar now oant I,~e i ~s FAtRnANm~_ Cierir Dlstrlot Cnurt, ] Co~nt~ Ulel~ I