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streets nS aent Is in ID Mch the At ~t ~acing : and the lave been 0 meats soo~ ty include )r. r will be t~ zrble and i lxty-flve i me to the a considel nd left of ties ean pl --~nd hay aft there :ure in brc great o~ of the U~ young m~ a place al0 which n the oppc ~f an old temperam m, s~mbol ten brt heroic a y, power ! es to be V ditlonal i r ~)art ell it will co~ !ying the I rill be dra represent md the P~ and shi~ JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE, COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & o Mining Co. Office in Crestone Drug Store. J. T]tACY MELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofliea opimsite Amerlcan House. San Juan ave- ,as. Calls promptly answercd~day or night. xamlnlng Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove, Colo. CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saquache, Colo. THH AMHIHCAN H0USH SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, Ms E, COLVIN, 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 excel Jest table can be rehed upon. The 8aguac a Uounly Bank Pioneer Bank of Saguacbe County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPrrAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi. ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe.. Safe Deposit Box~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. /SAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD M~YER, Vice-Pres. CIIARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDEN PS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo. Colo. VILLA GROVE AND 8AGUACHE STAGE LINE. Carries mail, passengers and express. Dyspepsia Is difficult digestion, due to a weakened condition of the stomach and iLs inability to properly churn the food; or to unhealthy condition of the gastric juice, too much or too little acid, too much or too little pepsin. Hood's Sarsaparilla relieves all the distressing symptoms of dys- pepsia because it promotes the mus. cular action of the stomach and in- testines, aids nature in the manu- facture of her own digestive secre- tions, which are far better than any artificial pepsin, unlocks the bowels, stimulates the kidneys aud tones up their lmlCOUS mentbranes. So prompt is its effect in many cases that it seems to have almost a magic touch. Begin to take it :NOW. Suffered Everything-"I was trou- bled with dyspepsia, surTel'ed everything but death, could not eat without terrible distress. Since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I eat heartily and I am well." MRS. EUG~Z MURPHY, Danbury, Conn. Eat Three Times a Day-"Hood's Sarsaparilht has ('ured me of dyspepsia and I never felt better. Can eat three good meals every day." FRED POEHLER~ ~7 South Penna St., Indianapolis, Ind. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared on17 bY C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass, LOCAL HAPPENINGS Good lumber for sale at Jones & Co. G. O. Taylor Whtsk~es~ are deel~edly flne Attend thereat Dunn's bali tomorrow night. For flour, grain, b~ed hay and pota- toes, go to Jones & Go. Frank Hall the Villa Grove liveryman was in the county seat on Monday. I will pay cash for dressed hogs, hides and pelts. W.O. HURT, Moffat, Colo. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow in popularity. George Hazard's teams brought oval Beckley's car load of potatoes from the Grove. Never tell an editor how to run his pal:er. L~t the poor devil find out for himself. Any one can mask who wishes to at Dunn's hall tomorrow night. No smok- ing allowed. Work on the Klondike still continues and some good ore is being taken out of the 140 foot drift. Eat first class short-order meals a~ Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. Frank Pittenger has rented the Munro house on San Juan ave. and will occupy Leaves Villa Grove ........... 9:45 a.m. it as soon as vacated by Wm. Warner. Arrives at Ssguache .......... 1:15 p.m .... Leaves Saguache ............. 1:30 p.m. A four hole "Majestic" steel range, in Arrives at Villa Grove ........ 5:00 p.m. good condition, a fine baker, san be se- F. H. CARLSON, Proprietor. cured at a bargain by calling at this office. _ ...... SAGUAGHE GOUNTY ABSTRAGT, George Burch moved his family on COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache County REAL ESTATE. CHOI(~E RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous grain field of Golo- rado. Property rented for non-res- Idents, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. [. E. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFICE-. CHMICAL , LABORATORY Xstablishedin Colorado,l~. Szmples by mailer express will receive prompt and careful attention gnld lb ~ll.st Iialllsa Refined, Melted snd AssI~d VMIM WVlIIII Malllell OR PURCHAMrD. Cnn~anh, tllnn Tsete~lOOlb,. or ear load lots, i/llUgll|l IIIIVli /ulie Write for terms, 1736-1738 Lawronee St., Denver, Cnlo. A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a largo and com- pleto:line of ,~ UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is in charge of one who has had many years experience as an i. undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic caskets. I have a hearse. Monday to one of Sam Calvert's ranches on the Upper Saguache, and will engage again In ranching this summer. See that you ~et the original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it. The genuine is a certain cure for piles, sores and skin diseases. Saguacho Pharmacy. The snow storm of last Friday night was a welcome visitor to this valley. In the vicinity of Moffat the fall seemed to be the heaviest, fully a foot falling at that point Patrons of the American House speak very favorably of its new management. The table is good, the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that could be desired. O. O. Taylor lYhiskies~ honest tn purffl) Stray Notice Game to my place on the Lower Sa- guache last summer, a red heifer calf about a year old branded reversed ~ on left hip. Owner is requested to take property amt ppy for this notice. GEe. P. ELLIS. Notice. As I am liable to leave Saguache in a short time I desire that all parties who have taxidermist work at my shop un- paid for to call and get same at once. Otherwise the heads will be sold. GEe. R. LOUCKS. To Tile Public. We have moved part of our mill stock into P. M. Jones' ohi store building east of CRESCENT office ivhere we will con- !duct a general grain business. The Saguache Mills. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. 2esnths ~~ys Bought CENTER SHOTS. About 5 aches of snow fell here last Friday night. Let her come. J. L. Hurt, M. M. Suttley,D. Miles, G. F. Benjamin and a number of others from this neighborhood attended a meet- in;: at Monte Vists Monday, called for the purpose of trying to get reduced rates on grain shipmeuts over the D & R. G. railroad out of the valley. W. M. Brashear and wife made a trip to Monte Vista Friday. Bert Sack a Monte Vista school man was doing business in town Saturday. At the electron Saturday there were 69 w)tes for, and two against the propo sition of making two school districts out ACE. ~OU C,~nt]ot ikO}ii,,V Ot~Oll nature. No forcing process will rq)en so well--so naturally, as time. Seven yeats of ripen- ing in barrels iu every sealed bottle ot 0 TAYLOR .u./WHISKEY Never sold in bulk. Of Druggists, Grocers, ~nd Licensed Dealers. MoAt By The N~l G UA (:tI E PItA I~IA (/Y. of the old one, with the addition of some { ~~@@~@@@@@~@ new land from Rio Grande county and building a school house at this place. PERSONAL. Dalph Seaton made a business trip to I ~4~~@~@@~~4~~4~ Crestone the latter part of last week, re- turning Monday. I Phillip Stahl and sou were over from Mrs. C. Collier, after an absence of abaut three w~eks visiting her old home in Missouri, returned Saturday. Newman Sanders of Hooper spent Sunday at this place. Gee. Benjamin received his grocet;ies for his new store here Monday, the building is nearly completed and is now open for a share of the puhllc patronage. Mr. Gerry the genial clerk at W. M. Brashear's is having a barn built on his lots in the northwest part of town and will commence ca his dwelling in a few d,~ys. W. W. McCoy has been fixing up the old blacksmith shop receutly occupied by Germaln & Sheridan, for implement stock of Brashear & Hess. Mr. Stewart has the lumber on the ground for a new dwelling and as soon as completed will send for his family who now reside in Missouri. Gee. Dyett struck a fine flow of arte- sian water at a depth of about 200 feet in the well he was sinking for E. Colher at his residence. Mrs. Lottie Blackmore has accepted a position with W. M. Brashear as book- keeper and clerk. Walter Ickes and Harry Burnham made a trip to Monte Vista the latter part of last week. While there the boys took in a social hop and claim they had a rare old time. Cl,rence and Thee. Ickes made a trip to the saw mill on the LaGaritathe fore part of last week for more lumber for the Ickes' dwelhng. School commences again next Monday after a varies of about a month. A Mr. Stroup of Monte Vista is the instructor. Work on the new dry goods store isgo- ing on rapidly under the management of Messrs. Winchell & Birdwell. H. H. W~nchell of Monte Vista was visiting his brother at this place Satur- day. W. H. Cochran and Thos. Good of Dsl Norte were doing business in the city the latter part of last week. Fayette Germain made a trip to the Lower Saguache Saturday. Deafness Cannot be CUred by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu- tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in- flamed condition of the mucous lininff of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets mflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when zt mentirely closed deafness is the re- sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed conditmn of the mu- cous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for "cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold byDruggists, 75c. Hall'eFamily Pills are the best. Hooper Press Items. Brashear and Hess assisted by Wes Staley, invmced and bought out the Sta- lay Bros. implement stock and business this week, W.H. Brashear IS a leading merchant of Center and Jesse Hess is one of the prosperous farmers of the 41 country. The new firm also bought the branch house just opened at Center which Mr. Brashear will lo',)k after, while Mr. Hess Will devote his attention to the business here. Hooper is assuming her old time pop- ularity. Ten Mtssourlans arrived Wed nesday. They are friends of A. J. Schoon- over and have come to remain, provid- ing the countD suits them. Reports are current that Andy Reid was rcbbed at Crestone one day last week and relieved of all his valuable. Mrs. O. O. Fellows and Miss Bertha Ellis were callers at the Press o~ce Sat- urday. By the first of next month the Lucky Strike gold mine will have reached the third lbvel in the shaft at a distance of l 270 feet. Machines are doing rapid work in opening up the ore deposits of the property.--Gunnison Tribune. Best teas, coffees and g~ooeries at low- est prices at Jones'. An Honest Medicine for La Grippe. George W. Waitt, of South Gardmer, Me., says: "I have had the worst cough, cold, chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vender. Chamberlain's Congh Remed~ is the only thing that has done auy good whatever. 1 have used one bottle of it and the stalls, cold and g~ipp have all left me. I (.nngratulate ti~e manufac- t~rers of an honest medicine.' For sale by Saguacho Pharmacy. San Luis creek on Monday. W. J. Abrams of Crestone was a coiin- ty seat visitor on the first of the woek. Aity. J. W, Davidson wect to Alamo3a on Monday afternoon on legal business. John A. Stephens of Upper Saguache was doing business in town on Tuesday. W. O. Hurt of Moff;tt was in this vici- mty the first of the week nfter beef steers. James Slane was ~own from his ranch on the Upper Saguache on Saturday and Sunday. Dan Mahoney of Bonanza spent last Thursday night at his father's home m this place. Isabella Rich and Antonio B. Espiaosa yesterday signed the papers whereby they exchanged ranches. Susan Ball came over from Sahda last Monday to appear against James Fogar- ty on a charge of larceny as bailoe. Mrs. B. P. Stubbs was quite ill lasl Saturday and Sunday-the effects of having a number of teeth extracted. Miss Stella Phillips of Silverton is ex- pected here this week and will probably make an extended visit at the Lawrence home. Tom Ashley went up to Denver last week and attended the Cattle Growers convention. Says he kept Bill Munro straight. Mrs. Dr. Lord left Sunday for a visit in Denver. The doctor accompanied her as far as Alamosa, returning to camp to- day.--Eagle. Miss Mary Braun came in from Wis- consin last Thursday to visit with her brother, John Braun, ahd relatives dur- ing the summer. Miss Celia Phillips, who has spent the winter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence, left last Sunday for her home in Silverton. James Thorubur7 aud family have moveci back to SJguache from Canon City. Their household goods were burn- ed in the Villa Grove depot fire. L. C. Whitney of Victor was in town Monday on business connected with look- ing up titles to some mining property on Short creek in which several Victor parties are investing. W. E. Gox and I. W. Schiffer, of AIR- mesa, were in town Monday on business before the couuty court iu connectmn with the property of the will of D. Her- bert Dunn, late of Biedell. E. T. Elhott, Dacre Dunn and Hugh D. Dunn were in town Monday attend- ing the proceedings of probating the Dunnwill. Mr. Hugh Dunnis a stud- ent at the State School of Mines at Golden. Mrs. Jnlia Duns, accompanied hy her attorney, E. T. Elliott, and her sons, na- cre and Hugh, appeared hefore the county court on Monday and asked that the will of D. Hot'bert Dunn be not ad- mitted to probate--all the heirs electing to renounce the will and take under the state laws. The court took the matter under advisement. WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent largo company of s,.ld finan- cial reputation, $986 salary p~r ~ear, payable weekly, $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straigiit, bonaride, (it:finite salary, no com- mission, s~tary paid each Saturday and expense money mlvaneed each week, STANDARD }lOUSE, 884 DEAf',BeN S'r. CHICAOO. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially d igests the food and aids Nature in s~rcllgLlzcniug and recon- structing the exhausted digestive, el gans. It is ~ile l:ti esl~ diseovel'eddigesl~- an5 and tonic. :No o~her preparation can approach it, ia e~l(qeilcy. It in- s ta n fly ralie ves t, ~l d pe r Ina n e n fly cures Dyspepsia, Indig.,~.,~ i.,n, tleartburn, Flatulence, So~;r ,q( :m~,.ach, :Nausea, Sick Headache, (.,..t ,,t.~ ~,t Cramps and all other l'e~t 1 t ~ t) ' ~t~.T erfec~ d gesVon. Price50c. and $|. L:~;'g ; ,:z'.: csntaina 2~ times small size. Book al, aboq, d w I~e o~: :* m ~ I todfree Prep~rsd by . C. DeWtl I ~ CO., Cblcogo. Assist nature. There are times when you should assist nature. It is now undertal;ng to cleanse your system, if you will take H.od's Sarsapardlathe un dertakmg will be successful. This great medicine purifies and builds up as noth- ing else does. A %Vldow's Love Affair. Receives a set back if she has offen- sive breath through constipation, bil- iousness or stomach trouble, but Dr. King's New Life Pills always cure those troubles, clean tb~ system, sweeten the brea~h, banish headache, best in the world for liver, kioneys and bowels. On ly 25c at Lord & Wileox's drug store, Cretone, Colo. Depot llurued. Saturday night a little after 12 o'clock the depot at Villa Grove caught fire and was completely destroyed. The origin of the fire seems to be a mystery. S~me freight on the platform was saved but there was also considerable freight in- side which was a total loss. Among Sa- guache parties who had freight in the depot we have learned of the following: Mrs. E. G. Hazard, millinery; D.E. Howard, furniture; T. M. Alexander, harness; O. B. Mack, paints and oils; J. J. Keller, paints and oils; James Thorn- burg, household goods. G.0 i'~y.or Whisxies of great value to the eicl( Their promptness and their pleasant effects make DeWitt's Little Early Ris- ers most popular little pills wherever lhsy are know. They are simply perfect for liver aed bowel troubles. Saguache Pharmacy. Last Thursday Johnny Keller and his younger brother, Wilbur, decided to go to Iowa and visit their grandmother. Johnny is 11 and Wilbur not quite 7 tears old, but they walked to Villa Grove --20 miles. At that point they got on a ! train which carried them to the Orient mine and on their return from that point to Villa Grove they were taken in charge and kept until Mr. Keller arrived. They all returned home Saturday afternoon. It is not safe to h~nt on the ranches of Means Bros. & Ashley. They publish a warning to "Duck Hunters" in this is- sue. They claim that the shooting makes their cattle wild and they object also to having their meadows dotted with pits and ambuscades. At a meeting of the town counml held March 6, 1901, the following named per- sons were appointed judges for the com- ing town election. Ned Lockett, B. P. Stubbs and E. M. Greene, who will sit as a board of registration on the 261h inst. Have you some old files of magazines or some reference books thatyou no lon- ger have use for. The high school can make good use of them and will thank you heartily for the gift. See or send them to J. B. Morgan. We call the attention of our readers to the new advertisement of Ickes & Co., of Center, which appears in this issue. They have contracted for this space and will have something new to say every few weeks. Miss Anna Rose ~as taken qnite ill in Bonanza a few days since and was brought over to the home of Mrs. F. A. Windiates, where better care and atten- tion can be given.--Salida Mail. Alberl~ W. McIntyre, a former gover, nor of this state and a resident of the San Luis valley, is engaged in a salmon fishery in Washington. For best garden seeds go to P. M. Jones & Co. WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represe:~t large company of solid finan- cial reputation, $930 salary per year, payable weekly, $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, bouafidg, deflate salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week. tbTANDARD HO U SE, 384, DEARBON ST., CnIOAGO. MINING APPLICATION, No. 556. Mineral Survey No. 14586 U. S. Laud Office at Del Norte, Colo., March 12, 1901. f Notice Is hereby given that the Bouanza Clt l)evelopment Company, by John E. Asldey it~ attorney whose postoffice Is Bona|lza, Colorado has lnade app cation for a pateut for 1500 llu eat" feet on the S~cln Winder lode. beariag gold and silver, the same being 965 feet N 24" 50' W and 535feet 8 24" 50' E from discovery shalt thereon, with surface ground ~0 feet In width situate in Kerber creek mining district, Sa- gaaehe scanty, Colorado, sad described In the plat and field notes on rile In this office, as lol- lOWS, viz : . Beginning at cur No. 1 whence the ~,%r ~/4 eor see20 tWl) 47, N RsFN M I'M bears S b" 29' W 807'.4 feet, timne( S ~4~ 50' E 1500 tvet to eor No. 2. ThenceN 65 10'E 300 feettoeorNo. 3. Thence N 24 50' W 1500 feet toeor No. 4. Tl~enee S 65 10' W 800 feet to cot Nu. I, the place of be ginnlog. Net are;t cuataiuing 9.076 acres, ex- pressly, excepti ng and excladlng all conflict with survcys Non. 1554 Rover lode anU 1586 San ,lua- tdD lode and formic, a portion of the W ~4 of q ~o " sec20, twp47, N I{eE ftimNMl'M. Said Iocatiou belag recorded lu vol 7S~ page 50~ of [he records of t~a.guaehe coaaty, Coloraato. ?.djoiningclaims sur No, 1554 Rover and snr No. 15~fi SaD Juaquin lodes, others if any un- known. JAs. I1. BAXT~n, Regis,er. Flrst pub March 14 -last May 10. Notice of Forfeiture. To Jobn Nevitt. You a~*'e hereby notified that we have ex- pended ODe nundred Dollars io labor and im- provements upon the Mvslic lode, sittmtc in ochetopa ,nlaiog dlstrtc, t Saguaehe county, Coloradu, lhe loeatiou certiflc~te of wh eh Is recorded in the records of satd Saguaebe court- ly, ln.book 78 at page 484. lu order to hold said ~trem~ses under lhe provisions of Section 23~ evlsed Statutes of the United ~-tates, being tt~e atnount required to llold tho same for the year~ndhlg Deceulber 31, 1900. Aod If wi|hin nitlety days fl'ou| the service of this uotlce you l~tll ur refase to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as co,qwl~ers, your inlere~t in seidelahn will becomethe property ot the sahserlhers under the sahl Section 2324. Saguaclte Jan. 6, 1901. FRED H YATT, E. T. HYATT. Flrt pub Jan 10--last April 11, Ilread. I will endeavor to supply the demand to' bread. It will be on sale at Mrs. Daniels' store. Wdl also bake pies and cake to eider. MRs. KEESEY. Mighty Goud Kind, Munro Bros. ot Sagua~he, lauded on top by the sale of thelr steer and heifer calvsa on this market. They were a mighty fine lot of Shorthorns, not quite a year old, that averaged 475 pounds and sold by the head at $21 50 for steers and $20.75 for the heifers. Another evidenca of the kind of cattle they grow in lhat part of the state.--Times. Camsider-abloSag~ache freight is said to have been burned iu the Villa Grove depot Saturday night. Chas. Burrows has rented the Farring- ton house on the corner of Christy ave. and 8th street and will move into it this week. Mrs. Roberts came down from Coehe- tope Sunday and will make an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Gould. The Ladies Guild of the Presbyterian church held a social at the residence of Sheriff Williams on Tuesday evoning,~ It was largely attended and a very pleasant evening was passed. ~w W. Y. Munro and Tom Noland return- ed last Thursday from Denver. They took up some cattle and after selling them at a good price, took in the cattle meeting. They left the outfit in a wran- gle over the attempt to expel a couple of men who were both cattle and sheep owners. Munro and Noland did not join ~he new association, believing that in the local and national assooiationa the stock. men have all that they need. Box papers at the C~ESC~,'~T office. ....... ~.__? ........ This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Table, the remedy that cu~ea a ~i1 in ol~ WANTED--ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- acter to deliver and collect in Colorado for old established manufacturing wimleeale house. $900 a year sure pay. Honesty more than ex- perience res{uired. Our reference, any bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped en- velope. Manufacturers, [hird Floor, 334 Doarbon st. Chicago. ..,oo, CATARRH Druggis~ for a generou~ i 0 C E N T li~',frw(~qM BAL~N_ TRIAl. 81ZE. Br -:.~x,~.c///;,r0B' r" m "-" contains no coe.hm,~"~ .#'~7~'~ mercury nor any other ~ 1 '~r injurious drug. ~ It fs quickly Absorbed. ~~ Gives Relief at once. ~~~ It opens and cleanses____= the Nasal Passages. cry| rl |1~114 I~N Allay, Inflammation. ~Vkll~ "1 a a ~-#11# Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Seuses of Taste and Smell. Full Size ~ ; Trial glze 10. Let Drn~gists or hy mall. ELY ]{ROTK~RS. M War~en St=eet~ ~ew York, MI qlNG APPLICATION. No. 554. Mineral Survey No. 14,347 U. S. Land Office, at Del Norte, Colo., Jan. 2, 1901. Notice is hereby glvell that Thomas Frame whose postoffice is Sallda, Colo., has made ap- plication for a patent for 1.50o lluear feet on tile Great Mogul lode, the same being 150 feet N 0" 30' E and 1:t,50 feet S 0 30' W of the discovery shaft and 1459 feet of the L'nnesa F lode both bearing gold and silver, the same being 984 feet N 60* 30' E and 475 feet S 60" 30* W Item discov- ery shaft tllereon, with sarface grount~ each 300 feet lL~ whlth, situate in Kerb~r Creek lnining alstrlet Saguache eonnty state of Colorado and described {u the plat aud field Dotes on file In this office, as follows, viz : GREAT MOGUL LODE. Beginning at eor No. 1, whence the S W cor ofsec17, twp47NR8EN M I'M bears S 83" 30' W 377 feet, thence N 0 30' E 1500 feet to eor No. 2 TILe,LeeN89' 30 E300fret to cot No. 3. Thence S 0 30' W 1500 feet to eor No. 4. Thence N 89 30' W 300 feet to cot No. 1, the place uf be- ghtnlng containi~Lg aRer excludleg conflict wttll sLlr NO. 733 Paragou lode, 9.773 acres. EN NESS F. I, ODE. Beginning at cot' Nd. 1,whence tile S W eor sec17, twp47N R8ENMPM bears S ;]9' W 601.11 feet, thanes S 60" 30' W 1459 feet to eor No. 2. Thenc~e N ()' .~)' E 346J, feet to eor Nu. 3. Thence N 60" 30' E 14,59 feet to cor No. 4. Tfieace S 0 80' W 316.4 feet to col No. 1. tire place of be- ginning, contaiuhtg 10.018 acres, net area of elailns contaJlL{ng 19.821 acres, expressly ex- ceptntg and exeludmg all conflict with s'urvey No. 738 ['aragon lade attd forming aportlon of theSW~see17, SE%see 18 and N E ~4 of sec19, twp47N R8 F. oftheNM PM, Said lo- cation being recorded In eels 70 and 78, at pages 262, 555 of the records el SagttaclLe county, Cole. Adjohtieg clailns sur No. 733, Paragon lode, snr No. 72'28 Whale lode, sur No. 12,281 Mill Site lode and First Chance, A. Badders claimant, others if any nnknown, JAs, H. BAXTZn, Re'g~ter. F{l"St pub Jau 10--last March 14. ii i.i THE PIONEER STABLE Villa Grove, Colo. Having leased the old Pioneer Stable at Villa Grove (being tim one used by H. B~aham and successors as a stage barn) to be used as a livery, feed and sale stable, I solicit a part t,f the public patronage, am| shall strive by strict attention to business and with good rigs and harne~ to merit tbe same. F. P, HALL, Manater, FERRY'S