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September 20, 1900     The Saguache Crescent
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September 20, 1900

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Ill HIll III .... ' ............. The Kind You Have Always ]Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 ye~trs, has borne the signature of ~ and has been made under his pcr- ~~~7a7~..~I sonal supervision since its infancy. ~ "~vo Allow no one to deceive you ill tills. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but ]Ex- periments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children--Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR|A Ca~torts is s substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It Contains neither Opium, ~orphine nor other ~lrcotie 'mlbstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys ~Vorms and allays Feverishness. It cures Di~rrlI(~a and %rind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ~md Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and ]Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. q~he Children's Panacea--The ~Iother's Friend. c=.u,.= CASTORIA ALwAys The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. VHI~ nSNVAUe OOMeANY. Yr MURRAY eTR[I~T. N[W YORK CfffY. IIIII I[11 I I I Mr. Charles Tarbell was a delegate to the Denver convention this week "There m nothing new at our proper- ty," said A. T. Hathaway the other day, "but we are driving our tunnel right along expecting to open a great mine on the Ooehetopa when we have reached proper depth.--Gunm~on Tribune. College of the Southwest, Del Norte, Cole The nexbscholastic year will begin September 19. Three excellent courses. Practical English, Academic and Colleg- iate. First class work done in all de- partments, Those desiring may take music, drawing, book keeping, short hand, Spanish and German. Take notice of the calendar~Fall term begins Sep- tember 19. Winter term begins Jauuary 2. Spring term begins April 2. For fur- thor information address J. E. WEIR, President. , ,m To the Deaf. A rich lady, cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr. Nlcholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his institute, so that deaf people unable to procure the ear drums may have them free. Address No. 4871 The Nieholson Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New York. G. 0. TayJ0r Whiskien used by oriti0gl J=dge~ Adolph Mayer visited at Bonanza last Sunday. W. H Endner went to Sargent this week with the lumber and to get work started on the new school house there.-- Gunnison Tribune. Mrs. Mattie Wales went to Moffat Wednesday to join Mr. Wales who has been there for two weeks looking after busine~ matters and rusUcating.--Sali- da Mail. Poisonous toadstools resembling mush- rooms have caused frequent deaths this year. Be sure to use only the genuine. Observe lbe same care when you ask for t DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. There are poisonous counterfeits. DoWitt's is the only original Witch :H,~zel Salvo. It is a safe and certain cure for piles and all other skin diseases. Saguache Pharmacy. Thee. McEwan Jr. of Jersey City, N. J., president of the Lucky Strike Gold Mining company, is ilere on a tour of inspection of the mine and new mill just completed.--Gunniaon Tribune. "Tug" Wilson, after attendmgthe con- vention at Alamosa as a Mineral county delegate returned as far as South Fork and from there proceeded on his way to Sky City, to attend his official duties as mayor of that elevated city.--Creede Candle. i i iiii i i The Live Stock Market Cattle-The best week of the season was the verdict of those interested at the stockyards when asked about: the market last week, and it was a !rl-e bill, ,s more cattle were sold and belier l,rices re~,l!z- ed, consith,ring the e(,~ltliti(~il of the eastern market,'hl,n any week this sea- sou I~ has been the aim here lo obtain prices for caltle that wouht sh,,w up ss well as at the river, but the pa.qt week shows that prices were at, least adime higher thiln atOmalla or Kansas City, not counting the shrink, expense, etc. I So ever)one interested at the yards is oroud of the Denver market. The fol- lowing is lhc top price paid for cattle last weel~: Cornfed beef steer.,, ~5.25; fat grass steers, 8450; fat grass cows, $3.50; bulls, $3; calves, 85.25; feeders and stock- ere, $4.25. The feature of the market, however, was the big demand, every- thing going on sale being disposed of. Dead & Keefer of Peoria, ill., the lar- gest cattle buyers in the country, ere here wanting to buy 100 car loads of cattle. They will remain in Denver for [about a week.--Denver News. A Night of Terror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the blare General Burnham of Mack- :tan, Me., when the doctors said she would die front pneumonia before morning," writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended her that fearful night, but she begged for i You can spell it cough, coff, caugh, I Fancy stationery cabinets with three kauf, kaff, kou~h, or kaugb, b,it t helsizesof paper and envelopes--just the only harmless remedy that quickly cures ~ thing for regrets, acceptances, invitations it is Sue Minute Cough C~re. Ssguacho[ and correspondenee--Hurlbut's famous Pharmaev. t linen, at the CRESCt,:NT office. Writing papers of all kinds at thet ............................ I Uterine Tunic anowleuge The Great Fe,nale Remedy positively (.ure.~ all female complaint~; I nlolHh'~ CASTORIA ,..., ...... t$,;6 .....ths, t,-ea, ..... t,-~. MRS. SADIE M. FISHER, SUlr~ 28, g!s 16TU ST., DENVER, COLO. A]~O top Sn!(' For Infants "'-""---. by All Dmlggists. Send for f,'e ........ 5~. and literature, worth its weight in ~',0d, The Kind You Have Always Bought m.iodan.h ....... quest, pos~pai,l. Signature of ~/~ Notice el Sale 1)y Mortgage. By vlrtu,~ of the terms and comlitions of a cer- tain chattle mortgage executed and ,lelivm ed on the 2ill.l,