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......................... - -- ,i-~.a--r- r~-t ' r T",.-~ F T " - al ............ I ul ii i [I I I I Illll IIII Ill Ill l Illl IIllll The ]Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in W for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ~and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All ~unterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Ex- l~riments that trifle with and endanger tile health of Xn~ml~ lead Children--Experience against Experiment. 'What is CASTORIA g~uttorllt I~l I~ substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops I~othlng Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It eont~huu neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic |ubstanee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms Ira4 alht]flt Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and %Viral Curie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flmtuleney. It a~simll~tes the ]Food, reguhde~ the Btonmeh and Bowels, giving healthy and natural s!eep= The ~alld~n's P~The 3Xother's Friend. ==Nu,.= CASTORIA .-wA,,s . treats the Signature of Th0 Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. ~'~1| $|a'YAON OOIliPaNY. TT iluaeAY IITR[[T, N[W YORK CITY. I I II I I -, ' IltOlm Um CAmlgh and Worlu Off the Cold. Imxstive Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Prim ~ cents .... | Pnmimiqt and the Economic Trend. Prevalent- :a~d 0areful management through a period of several years in which good crepe and good prices have Silver Dick, the fast quarter horse be-. longing to L. C. Williams of Montezuma county, has been sold to Walter S. Ho- bart, the millionaire polo playec of San Francisco. Silver Dick was bred by the Caviness brothers, celebrated outlaws of New Mexico and Texas. He came by his running qualities through heredity, as his cite, Billy Caviness, was one of the festest short distance horses that ever rac~l in Texas.--Field and Faz m. vary gwmraily prevailed, ham wrought a marked tralafformation in the farming i "I wish to truthfully state to you and state oe the Mimi~ippi valley. Mort~ I the readers of these few lines that your ~haw been eo generally paid off that ] what w~ one the immense busine~ of ] Kodol Dyspepsia Curs is, without ques- loaning eeatern money on western farms [ tion, the beat and only cure for dyspep- has been almmt entirely eliminated. The /sia that I have ever come in contact with and I have used many other prepara- west it~lf ha0 an ample amount of free ] lions." John Beam, ?Jest Middlesex, Pa. capital, and nowadays when farmers wish No preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia to anticipate the future by borrowing money to make improvements they ceu find plenty of money in their own neigh borhoods to be lcened at easy rates on good monrity. One result of thee pre- vailing and favorable conditions of agri- culture end nuslno~ has been to dull the keen edge of popular interest in subjects related to tha financial and industrial policy of the country. Great consolida- tions of railroad systems are gomg stead- ily forward under these prosperous con. dltions without exciting the amount of opp~ltion from eo celled anti monopo- Imta that movements of a far less signifi- cant end even revolutionary character were accustomed to provoke only a few yatre .ago. The Wall Street panic of the atry part of May seems not to have dis- turbed the actual business life of the country to any extent whatever. It checked for time the spirit of wild Iq~euletion on the stock exchanges, and Imeh result wan desirable rather than otherwim. More lately, the principal oau~ of speculative activity have been the reports that one railroad or another Wu about to be purchased for amalga- mation with some larger system. In our sext number our readera may expect to find from one or more especially compe- tent contributors aeumming up and re- View of what has actually taken place in the United States in the last two years in the direction of railroad consolidation. Each month, moreover, adds new chap- tore to the record. The remaking of the railroad map of America marks a great elmeh in the history of transportation.- From The Progrees of the Worldin the Americen Monthly Review of Reviews for July. @at~ for Cholera |nf~mtum Never Known to Fall. During lut May an infant child of our ssighbor was suffering from cholera in- ~ntum. The doctors had given np all hops of recovery. I took a bottle of Ohamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- them Remedy to the house, telling them I t~lt sum it would do good if used ac. cording to directions. In two days time the child had fully recovers& The child is now vigorous and healthy. I have roeomm.nded this remedy frequently and lmvs mover known it to fail.--Mrs. Cur. tim Baker, Bookwelter, Ohio. For sale by 81guaohe Pharmacy. "Joe Cline and W. K. Mania took the esim at the Winder and Mr. and Mrs. 8htttFtook the cake at the opera house - in the 4th of Jul~ cake walk.--Del Norte Prml~ctor. Outs end brukHm are healed by Cham- berlain's Pain Balm in about one third the time any other treatment would re- quire beeaum of its antiseptic qualities which ceuas the parts to heal without maturation. For sale by the Saguaehe Yhsmt0y. Cure as it contains all the natural di- gestants. It will digest all kinds of food and can't help but do you good. Sa- guache Pharmacy. Owen Malone, it is said,~has gone back to New Jersey and does not expect to re- turn to Colorado again. A short time ago he lefthere early cue mornmg say- ing he was gomg to Denver and might go further east. Notice to Wheehnen. There's positively no need to ~ndure discomfort by reason of chafing, sunburn insect stings, sore and perspiring feet or acmdental bruises. Yea forget these troubles m using Bucklen's Arnica Salve Infallible for pimples, blotches, skin eruptmns and piles. St,hi by Lord & Wilcox, druggists, Crestoue, Colo. Only 25 cents. THE HOME GULl) CURE An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk ards are l~eitlg (itlrcd DPAIy lu Spite of Themselves. It is now generaI]y known a~;d under- stood that dr,~kenr~c.~s is a di~:ase and not weakness A body til~cd x~i~l~ p~)is,)u, and nerves completely sh,ttered I)y per- iodical or constant use (ff intoxicating liquors requins an auhdote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroyivg the cravit)g for mtoxi- cants. Sufferers may now cure themsel- ves at home w~thou~ pubSeity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Goht C~re widch ban been per- fected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates. The faRhfnl use acc,)rdtng to dwections of tl)]s ~on- derful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case m) mat- ter how hard a drinker. Our records shbw the marvelous transformation of thousands ,,f drunkards into sober, in- dustrious and upright men. Wives cure your husbandsI Children cure your fathers[ This remedy is ]n no cease a nostrum but m a specflio for this disease only, and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly solu- ble and pleasant to the taste, so that ~t can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person tak- mg it. Thousands of drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless rem- edy, and aa many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the "Cure" administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that they dmoontimled drmkin~ of their own free will. Do not wait. Do not be deluded by apparent and misleadmg "zmprove- ment." Drive out the disease atones and for all time. The Home Gold Cure m sold at the extremely low price of one dollar, thus placing withiu reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others costing $~5 to $50. Full di- rections accompany each p~tckage. Spot- ml advice by skilled physicians when re- quested without extra charge. Sent pre- paid to any part of the world on receipt oPone dollar. Address Dept. E 786 Ed- ward B. Giles & Co., 2330 to 2332 Mar- ket St. Philadelphia. Pa. All correspon- dence striotl y c~mfidential. Box pal~rS at the ~U~T office, When a horse gets a nail in its foot the best thing to do is to cleanse the wound as quickly as possible, having the smith rim out the hole sufficitmtly t,) p,~r,nit of the cleansing bein~ d.,ne right,. 1'his washingshonl.ib~d.m~wiLt ,:,.'~,hz'J water and it is weli w m~ke th~ horse stand in the water for a little wbile. A teaspoonful of the carbohc acid in a bucket of luke warm water uill be all right. After the wound is well cleansed pack a little pledget of lint with a little tar mxt to the wound, over that place oakum and go ahea,l. This wilL of course require watching and perhaps p~)altioing later, but if possitfls to get along with- outpoulticing the foot of a work b()rse so much the better. Every day at first open the covering and wash out the wound with carbolized ~ater ~md pro- ceed as before. In tim cas~, of a w,ry bad punctur~ it i~ always I (,st t(, at-~ce calla veterinarian. Ordinary (,sesmay bedealt with all right by the simple method described.--Ex. It is easier to keep w, II tlmu g,t cured ) b I)eWitt's Little E~ri, l~s s akron n ,\v and then will tlwi)s keep your bo\ve]~ i, perfect order. Tl:e? hey, r gripe b ;~ l~romote an easy geiltle ac[l, qJ. ~a~'tl,a~; o Pi]armacy. There is material foe th~ making of a rattling good base b,li team in Stguache On afew moments notice and without any 0ractice they. can get a nine out which can tackle most an) of the valley. If the boys would only have regular practice they could easily walk away with the valley chamlAonship, Horses Wanted. Two cars of horses and mares, ranging in height from fourteen two to fifteen two. These horses must be broken to ride, short backs, blocky and in good flesh from 5 to 8 ysars old and ~o:;d colors. Bring them to Brouaugh & Son, Monte Vista, Colo. George Sherman received word Mon- day that his mother was very sick at Pueblo and he left that afternoon. Patrons of the Amerman 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. G, O. Taylor WYtftkle~ are decldedly flne Note and receipt books and short form bills of sale at this office. WANTED-ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- aster to deliver and coIlcct in Colorado for old estabLished manufacturing wholesale house. ~900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than cxper. lonce required. Our reference, any bank in any city. Enclose self addresse~d stamped envelope. Manufacturers. Third FLoor. 884 Dearbon st. Chicago. Have You Books or Mad,- zincs to Bind, We do taw, Medical, Library, ALL KINDS OF BOOKBINDING, Books bound in every conceivable style. Old books rebound. Art and fine bindings. Blank book n:akers. Hall 8 Williams, 1441 Curtis St, ' Denver, (~io, Summer Closing. Commencing June 1st and continuing until September 1st the store of the G,)ttl~eif &Tarbell Merc.antib~ company will c'.-se promptly at 7 o'clock each evening Saturday nights excepted. We are taking orders for copper plate entzraving. A full line of samples of latest styles may be seen at, this office. Prices are the same as charged for same class of work in Denver. TO CHEAGO The l~eliable Ii~oute Owned and Operated by CIHCAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY F.~,' furthe mf,,rmation address J. E. PRESTON, Commerci,1 Agent, 10229 Seventeenth St Denver. Colorado. ~One Night to CHICA60, I~IINNE- APOLIS, ST. PUAL Leave Denver vm Union Pacific at 4:00 p. m, arrive Omaha 6:45 a. m. Leave Denver via Burlington at 4:00 p. m., arrive Omaha 6:45 a. m. At Omaha change from these trains, which have been occupied 15 hours to THE FRESH, CLEAN, BRIGHT TRAIN (The latest and finest t,roduct of Pullman) Leaving Omaha at 7:00 a. m., via tbe "NEW LINE," Tha Illinois ntral R R Arriving Chicago, Miuneapohs or St. Paul the same evening ...... For tickets and reservations apply to a~ents connecting hues or address JAMES CULTON, Commercial Agent, 805 17th Street, Denver. C iCAG0 It can't help but do you good ~repared only by E. C. I)gWZT~ & Co., Chie.ag0 $I. bottle contains 2~i times ~ne b~c. size, CLA RENCE HERSEY, Assayar ann Uhamiat, [Established 1879] Leadville, - Colorado. 8ample= by M~fi or ~xpress Receive Prompt Attention. WANTED--AcTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- actor to deliver and collect in Colorado for old established manufacturing wholesale hou~e. $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than ex- perience required. Our reference, any bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped en- velqpff. Manufacturers. third Floor, $84 Dearbon st. Chicano. , " ~.LY'S CREA~ DALai Is n posltlveeure. Apply Into the nostrils. It ts quickly absorbed. 50 eont~ at Dm~gist~ or by ms!l ; ~amples 10c. by mall. ~ ~lgO~/tKIt~ ~ Wart, s ~,, ~w ~ork girT, Line. Missouri Pacific Ryl The People's Choice, Through without change DENYE~, COLORADO SPRIN6S and PUEBLO TO KANSAS CITY and ST, LOUIS, Direct Route To The Hot Springs of Arkansas, Free Rechning Chair Cars. Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers. Government Fas' Mail Route East and West. See your nearest ticket agent or write C, A, IRIPP, G, W. F. & P, Age., Denver, Oolo, JUST i Ef, I IVED The Iargest and best llne-for this climate-- of childrens, misses and[ boys cotton jersey underwear ever shown in this market. BcautlfuI styles of Ladies mercczi~d black satteen underskirts at $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. Come in and examine our bargain coun- ter of childrens and misses shoes at $1.00 and $1.25. Only three silk waists and two silk under- skirts left. Will make price right to dose them out. The Gotthcll Tarbell lacrcantilc Co. It The Business Hen's Train, The Burlington's Chicago Special which leaves Den- ver at ~ p. m. is of course the best train from Denver to the east, but it is uot the only good train. There's the Vestibuled Flyer. It's the business man's train, Leave Denver at 1(~. m. arrives in Chicago or St, Louis at 7:20 second morning. Two night--but only one day--on the road. Tickets at Offices of Connecting Linee. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St. G. W. VALLER~; General Agent, DENV~a. ............. ,, ,,,, , ,,, ................... .-- ... iii | II I I i The Denver and .qio 6rande R, IZ, T2]]E POPULAR LINE TO Colorado Springs, " Salt Lake City, Pueblo, Ogden, Butte, Cripple Cre~'k, Portland, Leadville, Tacoma, Glenwood Springs, Seattle, Aspen, San Francisco, Grand Junction. Los Angeles. Reaches all the principal towns and mlmng oamps:in'~Colo., Utah and New Mexico.' THE TOURISTS FAVORITE ROUTE TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS. THROUGH SLEEPING OARS- BETWEEN DENV]~R- AND Cripple Creek Grand Junction Portland Leadvnle ~alt Lake C~ty San Franclsoo Glenwood Springs Ogden ' Los AJ~gslas CHICAGO AND sT. LOUIS, DINING CARS SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. S, K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A., Denver, THE PIONEER STABLE Villa Grove, Colo. Having leased the old Pioneer 8table at Yilla Grove (being the one used b~ H. Brdbam and successors as a stage barn) to be used as a livery, feed aud sale stable, I solicit a part of the public patronage, and shall strive by strict attention to business and with good rigs and harnes~ to merit the same. F, P, HALL, Manatcr,