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i i i i i i i i fiNe. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. J. TRA CY MEt VIE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Off/ca oppomite American House, San Juan ave- sue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. $HIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove, Colo. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Ssguache County Bank. THH AMEHICAN HOUSH SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. Ms E. COL1N, 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 Sa uacna county Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Or~lzed, May. 1880. Incorporated, JulT, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $.-30,000.00. A Genial Banking Busi- ne.u Transa~k Drafts Issued on Principal CRies o Europe. Safe Deposit Boxc~ or Bent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD STAYER, Vieo-Pree. CHARLES TARBELL, Cuhler. W~. F. BOYD, A~t. Cashier. MARK BIEDEI.J., CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Bros., New York City. Scrofula Few are entirely free from it. It rmy develop so slowly as to cause lift'...' if any disturbance during the whole period of childhood. It may then produce irregularity of the stomach and bowels, dyspepsia, catarrh, and marked tendency to consumption before maoifestlng itself in much cutaneous erupti(m or ~lacdular swelling. It is best to be sure that you are quite free from it, and for its complete eradica- tion you can rely on Hood's Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors. LOCAL HAPPEN I NGS Will Warner ts clerking at Beckley's this week while Frank Carlson is taking a lay off. Denton, the Saguaohe watch maker, is prepared to do all kinds of repair work. Give him a call. Frank Carlson was surveying his homestead claim on Indian Creek the first of the week. ReD. Leadbetter, presiding elder, held regular quarterly services in the M. E. church last Sunday. A new eompreasorand other machin- ery has been received for the Indepen- dent mine at Crestone. ~rs. H. M. Bryan, after a two weeks vacation, opens the fall term of the ~et- ~ran ecbool next Monday. Miss Emma C. A.-Nehls is teaching a very successful term of school at the Major creek school house. I have for sale at a bargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. ~.o Taylor Whiskies of great value to the sictr Harry Donnell of Bonanza, after visit- ing friends in this city two days, left Sunday for Denver.--MaiL Louis Sandberg, a native of Sweden, became a full fiedged American citizen on Tuesday in the county court. W, C. Lookett and family went down to th~ L0ckett neighborhood for a week's visit with relatives last Saturday. Eat first class short-order meals at Firmt National Bank, Denvar, Colo. Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when First National Bank. Pueblo, Colo. in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. George Clark has rented the rooms on THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED the east side of the Minga,residence and will move his family into town for and Sale Stable, t,e winter. Dr. Melvin informs us that Mrs. Chas. Wm J, Warner, Prop., Albertson is getting along as nicely as could be expected. She has an attack of typhoid fever. Fourth St.., Saguache. Dr. Melvin went ~own to Veteran on Thursday of last week, being called to attend Mrs. Charles Albertson, who is Best of care given to all stock ~n- quite sick with typhoid fever. trusted to my care. Mr. W. Fred P. Fogs, president of the Copper Star Co. and Mr. Donnell, super- intendant, were in town on Monday for ...a~.&0DaiD the purpose of making the last payment DELIABLE Gold ..... ~ ......$ .50 Gold and Silver..$ .75 on the Biedell mill. _-~ Lead ............. 50 Gold,silver, copperl.50 H.C. Lucas was in town yesterday re- 8ample, by mall rseelus prompt attentlsn. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1429-V#th St,, Osnusr, 6'olo. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache G0unty REAL ESTATE. turning from a trip to Pueblo in con- ference with the wealthy gentlemen who are associated with him near Chanoe.-- Gunnison Tribune. e.O. Ts~lor Whkkiu mmd l~v orltio~ }a~,em School opens in Saguache next Mon- day. We are informed that a large num- ber of new students are already enrolled for the county high school from various of the county. W. O. Loekett returned Monday from trip to the 41 country. He says that the crops in the western portion of the sub-irrigated district are not as good as CHOICE RANC~HES For sale in he expected to find them. the Best Portions of the I have a first class--nearly new-- San Luis Valley--the fa- Deering binder for sale. Has only cut incus gram. field of Coio- 80 or 90 acres and has always been under shed. $8500. Will take cows or calves. rude. CLYDE WELCH. Property rented for non-res- Idents, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. James Fullerton is getting the logs on the ground to build a bouse on tbe lots he recently purchased just south of the Rambo residence. They are sawed logs and will make a very comfortable home. Hammond's addition is located just south of the park and Saguache schools. [, E. BURLINGAME & CO:, It is one of the best locations in the ASSAYOI,IUL"~'j~-=ANDcHEMICALLABORATORY town. Lolaarebeingsold at very rea- $onable prices. L.P. Hammond is the Establishcdin Cmorado.186& Samples bymailor = expresswillreceivepromptand carefulattentlon owner. Rdsed, Mailed asd Aea~ ........... Cold &SllverBulllon o. pU.NAS[D, Mr. Frank M. Woods of Victor, Colo,, ~nnEpL~h'a}iNfl Ta_~ie--10o lbs. or ear toad tot,. ~....,, ..,~., .vv.,, "Write for terms. 17 ~,~ ! t3~ Lawrence St.. Denver. Colo. A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is m charge of one who and one of the owners of the Klondike property, was here tim first of the week and made an examination of the mine, with a view to outlising e(msiderable de- velopment work. ReD. McGann left Tuesday to attend the conference of the Methodist church south. He does not expect to return to Ssguache. During his brief residence here he made many friends who will wish him well in his future location, CASTORIA For Infants and Children. has had many years experience as an The Kind You Have Always Bought undertaker and funeral director. My line of ooltqns runs from the Bears the /~Y ~ cheapest to fine install0 caskets. I Signatuxe of hearse. Sept 2nd. School Books, We have just received a complete line of School Books, Copy Books and School Supplies. Special .rates given to Districts that furnish books and supplies for their school We are showing the finest line of Tab- lets, Pencils, Pens and Pen Holders that ever came to Saguache. School opens Sept, 2nd. N. 1~--We also carry a complete line of the books that are used in the County High School. The Drut Store on the Corner--$ tuaehe, Frank Piflenter, Hana~r. VILLA GROVE NOTES. J.H. Parsons has relatives visiting him, from Denver. J. Wdlsh spent a few days in town this week. Mrs. H. White returned home last Friday from Pitkin, where she had visit- ed the past four weeks. W. J. King has so far recovered from his recent short, but severe, illness, as to be able to be at the postoffios again. Prospecting in the mountains adjacent to Villa Grove is going steadily on. Last week we omitted to mention the return to her home in Bonanza of Mrs. Della Kouts, after a very pleasant visit here. Mrs. Ellen Lustfield is visiting rela- tives in town. Mrs. J. G. Braley and children and[ Mrs. Wilson and children, of Bonanza,! were in town, Wednesday. The ladies! were seeing their boys off to school in i New Mexico. Herbert Kouts is reported quite ill wtth typhoid fever, at his home in Bo- nanza. X ~. O. Ta1oJ" D'htskles~ honest i~ purl~y Deafness Cannot be Cared 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 linh~ of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when ~t ~s entirely closed deafness is the re- suit, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearing wall be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which ie nothing but an inflamed conditton 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 by Druggists 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. W. H. Covey has sold for the Hugo Gold mining company the Evening Star mine in the Clover creek mining district located about five miles west of Alder station. The deal is a cash one and the purchasers are developing the property now with two shifts. This claim is con- sidered one of the best properties in the district. The vein is 27 feet between walls, and shows good Values iu lead and silver and carrms some gold. So far it has beeu opened 300 feet. The com- i pany m erecting good, substantial build- i ings and will establish a first class steam plant at once.--Mail. M. S. Denton, watch, clock and gen- eral repairing, next door to CRESCENT office, Saguache. O. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain cure for i piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure you get the original--DeWitt's. Sa- guache Pharmacy. Mrs. Roberts, who has been very sick for some days, is improving quite rapid- ly cud will no doubt be up and around again soon. ~, O. Tgylor Whiskms, srs p~ts ms~clnsl sttmuIsnt* (:~ .&. ~ '~" o :~'IL 21: .A.. Bsa. the ~ ;~e K i~ You Have A!wa~ Bought This Is Your Opportunity. On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous sample will be mailed of the most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon- strata the great merits of the remedy, ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., New York City. ReD. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, ~[ont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can emphasize his statement, "It is aposi- tiDe cure for catarrh if used as directed."~ l~ev. Franci~ W. Peele, Pastor CentralPreL Church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for. catarrh and contains no mercury A PURE GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAS POWDER* "DR," pt ill Highest Honors, World's Fair Cold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid Baking ]PowderS containing ~ltm~ ~y ~ l~u~lOU$ to health Believe They Have Found the Lost Phil- lips Claim. Del l~orte, Colo., Aug. 27.~Some pros- pecting has been going on lately away up on the head of South Fork, twenty miles from the river, and with seeming good results. The latest to report from that country are John Million and Sherry Farre]l, and they think they have certainly found and relocated the lost Phillips mine and also a claim located by a party of railroad en- gineers away back in the '70s--about 1876 or 1877. Mr. Million has personally located the Phillips mine, and he says everything tallies perfectly with the description left ,#,,,A,,$~ by Mr. Phillips prior to his death. Then .... ~ [ the Phillips stake has been found--there $ PERSONAL.: J are three kinds of ore--the same as Phil- @ ............ $ flips had--and the ore runs $12 in gold @99~99999999994J~94J~999 1 land 6% ounces silver on the surface. Harrison Sash of Crestono was in ]This claim is about two and a half miles town Tuesday transacting business. I from the upper ranch on the San Juan I river, six miles from EIwood and four Judge Win. Mellen of Crestone was a miles from the Hallett and Weeks claim. Saguache visitor on Thursday of last The vein is about thirty-six inches wide week. Mr. W. T. Ashley and family and Miss Lewis spent last Sunday at Valley View Springs. Mrs. Isaac Stevenson and daughter, of Hocper, were in town on Monday and Tuesday. The families of Fred Jesp and J. L. Jaques spent a few days fishing on Four Mile last week. Win. F. Boyd and family and Miss Til- lie Farrington visited Valley View Springs last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick, Mrs. Hine and Miss Charest, all of Bonanza, were in town the first of the week. Mrs. Case of Del Sorts, a sister of Mrs. John Brown, is visiting at the Brown ranch on the Lower Saguache. Mark Biedell came down from Bonan- za on Monday on business connected with the sale of the Biedell mill. Mrs. J. E. Mitchell and sister went to Bonanza this morning to visit with their friends in that prosperous camp. C. D Coleman and P. J. Quinn of Crastone are stopping at Pagosa Springs for the purpose of taking the baths. Lounie Morgan is, we are glad to say, now making good progress towards re- covery from a long siege of typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bucher left yester- day for their home at Coal Creek, where Mr. Bucher is principal of the public schools. Col. Everett of Cleveland, John~E. Ashley of Parkville, and S. J. Spray of Salida, were visiting the Klondike prop. erty on Monday. Miss Martha Lewis, of Des Moines, Iowa, is visiting with Miss Blanche Ash- ley. Miss Lewis was a school mate of Mis~ Ashley's at Wolf Hall. Gee. W. B~.o!.'ey is quite sick. He was taken on Sunday with another at- tack of stomach trouble similar to the one he had a few months ago. ReD. O. E. Butler and family, with their household goods, arrived here Tues- day night and have taken up their resi- dence in the Baptist parsonage. Messrs. Pyke, Kinney, McGraw and Monroe from the camp of Pyke pas~ed through town on Tuesday on their way to the fishing grounds on the Cochetopa. --* 4m Some choice locations ]n Hammond's addition still left. Buy a pair of lots for s speculation. 25 YEARS of unvarying pur/ty ~ seven years of ripen- ing, in barrels, bcforc it's bottled and sealed. Rest, It-- co,~fidcncc everywhere in the name of the makers of fl TAYLOR Trad,, .~'#tpplied By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer. Denver. THE BRIDAHAM-QUEREAU Dt~UG CO., Wbolesale Druggists, Denver. I GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggmh Leadville, at one point and eight feet at another. The walls are porphyry on one side and gray granite on the other. Phillips is supposed to have located this claim ! twenty-two years sgo. The old Engineers claim, relocated by Mr. Farrell, is three miles from the Phil- lips claim, and was identified by railroad stakes and other things about the claim. The camp will be known as Phillips camp, and prospectors who feel so in- clined will be given a chance to get in on the ground floor. Messrs. Million and Farrell will return soon and continue work. They are great- ly elated over their locations, and rather think the place may develop into a good camp. The route lies up the East fork of the South Fork of the Rio Grands, and is on the line of an old railroad survey made many years ago. Mr. Million has been in the new country off' and on for ten years and knows every foot of it. When James Phillips came out of this same section about 1876 or 1877,"\Vhis per- ing Jim" Lowry and Mr. Farrell met him at South Fork and saw the three varieties of ore and Mr. Farrel is positive that the ore from the Million loocaiion is iden- tical with that brought in by Mr. Phillips. Ben Lovell, an old prospector, aged 68, was found in this same territory last week by Messrs. Million and Farrell. He is hale and hearty and evidently con- tented. He has tried the Klondike and doesn't think much of it. Everything seems to point to some active mining work in this section, es- ?ecially if the old Phillips and Engi- neers claims turn out well, and it will not surprise many of our prospectors if a bonanza is uncovered up that way one of these days. In the meantime nobody is barred from going into Phillips camp and try- /ng his luck.--Denver Times. If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result. DeWitt's Little Ear- ly Risers will remove this danger. Safe, pleasant and effective. Saguache Phar- macy. Mr. Dunwoody, of Joplin, Me., an uncle of Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Pitten- ger, spent several days here last week i visiting his relatives. Mr. Dunwoody is in the milling business at Joplin. He visited this valley some years ago with a view of engaging in the milling business at Monte Vista. Notice. I have a nice lot of cucumbers to put up ~or pickels that I put up in salt at 20 cents per gallon. If you want any send in your orders at once. Also have a fine loser btunstoput up same as cucum- bers at 10 cents per gallon. Seven miles south of Saguache. J.M. Bechtel. 6,0,TsytorWhhkk~ retilnedbytM weakest stomachs Guy Jewel] and wife, who have been living in Denver since the first of the year, returned to Saguache lest Friday and wilt probably reside here, Mr. Jewell sold his cigar store in Denver, Ranch and Stock. I have for sale a large stock ranch only a short distance from Ssguache. W~th it are several hum|red head of cat- tle. If taken at once I can secure a buyer a big bargain. It will take some $5,000 to make first p;tymeut and the balance can be carried on long time at 8 per cent. interest. Call ou or address O. D, Bayard, Ssguache, Colo. A Work for Prospectors. We have ~ust received a copy of a book which will be a boon to many a pros- ~eetor. It is entitled "Field Book of Practical Mineralogy" and its compula- ties is the work G. IV. Miller, a promi- uent miuing and civil engineer of Butte, ~ontana. In its 200 pages are embraced info:mt~ioo gleaued from a library of works on mineralogy. It is so arranged that the technical language used by the writers is eliminated and the subjseta are handled in such a manner that any- one ca~ fully uoders,aod it, Part i deals with ore deposita, faults, theories of vein filling, etc. Part 2 gives complete instructions for makinggold, aitver, lead and copper as- stys, cyanide aud ohlorinatiou prooesess, blow pipe analysis and qualitativo testa. Part 3 deals with aeterminative rain. eralogy, physioal propertioe of mineral, and a most exhaustive set of table8 giv- ing the composition, lustre, color, hard- heSS, streak, fracture and cleavage, ten- acity, crystalization, fusibility and grav- ity of more than 300 minerals. Part 4 is devoted to a description of rooks and naming of rocks and a glos- sary of mining terms. The bool~ is of suitable size for the pocket and is woll bound in flexible leather. It sells for $1.50 and orders sent to this office will be filled direct from the publishers. G, O. Taylor W'his&lea, a~e ~eeldedly ~no O. O. Buck, Bairns, Ark., says, I was troubled with constipation untill I got DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint. I recommend them. Sa- guache Pharmacy. Miss Elsie Harem left on Tuesday for Leadville where she is engaged as a teacher in the Central School for the en- suing year, Miss Harem is a graduate of the Greoloy Normal and made a most creditable record at that institution. Parties who own ditch rights out of the following named creeks--Clover, Al- der, Spring, Gooseberry, San Lute, Kelly, Kerber, Garner, Msjor, Cotton, Wild Cherry or Short, Rtto Alto, San Isabel, Crestone, Willow, Spanish, Cottonwood and Deadman--should have one of the decree books just issued from this office. It contains a full and complete copy of decrees made in district No. 25 and was issued under the supervision of the clerk of the district court, who will certify to its correctness. The price is only $2 per copy, which considering the limited odd ties and amount of work involved in its preparation is very reasonable. If you have not already ordered it you had best send in an order at once. O. O. Tay'or Whiskies, good, pure, and old* WANTED--Capable, reliable person xn every county to represent large company of sold finan- cial reputation, $936 salary par ~sar, Payable weekly, $3 per day absolutel~. Sure and all expen- ses, straight, bonafide, definite salary, no Com- mission, salary prod sash Saturday and expentm money advanced each week, STANDARD HOUSE, 834 DgARBON ST. Cm0AO0. Notice. To whom it may concern and more particuo larly to Win. P. Barr: Be it known, that C. C. Stein did, on the 6th day of December, A. D. 1898, purchase at pub- lic sale iu the county of 8aguaohe and state of Colorado, of Lhe then treasurer of eatd county, for the delinquent tax of 1897 the following de- scribed property, taxed for said year in the name of Win. P. Barr, to-wit: N 8W ~; W ~A SE ~.; SE ~.SE ~/~ Sac. 6 E NE ~A; NE % SE ~ Sec. 7, N]g ~; NE ~4 8E :/~. 8ec. 20] W % NW .%,N W.%;SW ~, E % 8W 8ee. 21. N~SW ~. SE%SW ~ Sec. 26. E % NW ~; SW ~. NE .% 8ec. aS; NW ~ 8E IA; E [ SE ~a See. 85 all in township 47, range 9 In 8a- guache couuty, Colors/do, and assessed for said year 1897 at $4820. And tim said purchase, as evidenced by tax cerlifleate of, purchase No. 8 having been duly assigned to the undersigned and the uuderstgned being now in possession ofandlhe owner of said certificate of pur. chase. Therefore, Notice ~s hereby given as requir- ed in chapter 144 of the session laws of the state of Colorado for tho year 1893. that the time Ior redemption of said real estate from said tax sale will expire on the 9th day of De- cember, A. D. 1901 and that thereafter I shall apply to the treasurer Ot said Saguache coun- ty, Colorado, ~or a deed to the above described property. . Witness our hands and seal thls l~,th day of August, 1901. [~ EAL.] HORACE B. Mzx~s. EAL.~ GEORGE W, MEAIqa, Private and Chronic Dla,ae,8 of Men ~SULT N~*V~*lne_~m evtl,b fq~t~ or o~t~t-dhcro. ! -.a .e~ ~ uu~mcss to marf~, biogd, ~~ S :in, kidney or p.rivato di~. I~I~K eases, aro s~ cured. o;~'~]Lk D~L. COOK-has spent 30 ~]~ ~ ~cors of p,..rsistent study ~i~ and experience in his own l~l~~!praetlce and among tl~O n~_ __ ~.~_ ..~m ~argcst Eastern hospital0 DOCTOR COOK. ~n oaring thin class of dis. eases an(]. will guarantee you a permanent e~ra a~ m.'~dorate co~ t, lie has cured thousands who ~o t, gh~ t ht~ir c,ses hot~.clc ~. All let tars private, riLo for q;~e~/ou l, ~nk, Consul[at, iOn lro~ l~[odiclne0 ~c~L froe from obsorvatlon, Cuok flo~i~i Co. ,can eu~tJ~,g~ov*r,~