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I i i i I I III I i iii ii ................ Ifl ~NO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will practice in all courts. II I J. TEA CY y~fEL VIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amerlcan House, 8an Juan ave- sue. Calls promptly answered~ day or night. Examining Surgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D, Villa C~ove, Colo. I W. F. BOYD, Notary Public Seguaehe County Bank. I LI THF, J MP.RII]A HOUS SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, M. 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 excellent table can be rehed upon, | Tho 8a uacho Bounty Bank Pioneer Bank of Seguache County. Or~i~l, May~: 1880, Incorporated July,/~2, - ' CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on PrincipaI Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Box~q for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, Pr~ident. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vic~Prm. , CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier/ WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashisr. MARK BIEDELL, CORRESPONDEN I~. Kountze Bros., New York City. Firlt National Bank, Denver, Colo. First Nationa~ Bank. Pueblo, Colo. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St, Saguache. Best of care given to all stock Pn- trusted to my care. RELIABLE ASSAY8 ~a~ ............ $ .50 Gold and Si]ver..$ .7$ ........... .50 Gold,silver,copper 1.~0 8amp/as by malt reeelee prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1420.1~h St, Dsnusr, Colo. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguaehe County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in + the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous grain field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- zdent~, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. E. E. BURLINGAME & CO.~ CHEMICAL ASSAY OFFICE,.o ,.o.,,o, gstabltsltedtn Cotorado,1~6, BSmlales by mat lot express will receive prompt and careful attention aeflssd, Mslttd and A~myed BOld ~$11verBulll0n o.I.u.C.AS"t,. P.nnee~traliOll T, tts__llhs, or car lnsd lo*',, rtte for term.. I t :~6 | ; ~1 Lewrenee St., Denver. t:s~l,, IIIIII A. BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and cou- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is in charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs frets the cheapest to fine metalic caskets, I have a heaz~e. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Threshing has commenced in this vi- cinity. We are sorry to lose our Villa Grove cgrrospondent. Senator Bowen ia putting his Sky City claims to patent. An epidemic of colds or grip seems to have struck Saeuache. Oscar Mack and Grant Rockwell were Villa Grove visitors on Tuesday. Single set of harness for sale cheap. Jno. W. Davidson. G.O Taylor Whlskles bf great value to the slck Jimmy Boyd had a severe attack of cholera morbus last Thursday evening. The Saguache Pharmacy on Tuesday received a fine cigar case, the neatest one in the county. W. Y. Munro of Munro Bros., on Wed- nesday shipped from Moffat about 150i head of beef cattle to the Denver market. Dr. Melvin was called to the Hoffman ranch on the east side of the valley on Tharsday night. One of Mr. Hoffman's sons is sick with typhoid fever. Jacob Barsch, of the cattle firm of Barseh & Miller of Villa Grove, was in this part of the cotmty several days of last week looking for winter pasture. Walter Hammond has a touch of the gout,. He attributes it to high living and says the basket lie purchased at the Shadow social pat the finishing touches to it. The Denver papers announce the ar- rival at Manjlla of the American school teachers~ and in the Iist appears the name of Miss Edith McMullin of Bo. nanza. Thos. M. Lyons went to Denver on Monday nighti on business connected with the eale of some mining property at Central City belonging to the estate of his father. The adverse of J. E. Ashley as admin- istrator of the estate of Abner Badders, against Thomas Frame was decided in favor of Frame by the Dol Norte land office officials, 6. O. Taylor Whis~es. art pure medicinal |tlmulanN. A message received by O. D. Bryan yesterday stated that Daniel MacLaron had arrived at San Francisco from Aus. tralia and would be in Saguaoha county in a few days. Thorndike, of the Loveland Reporter, was in Monte Vista last week and pur- chased from Jesse Stephenson the Cran- ston press on which the Reporter was printed for a time. Hoe. Wm. J. King, one of the promi- nent republicans of Villa Grove, was in the city Monday, enroute for Denver where he will make a chert business visit.--Salida Mail. The high school foot ball team go to Salida Saturday morning to play the Sa- lida high schoo] team. Quite a number the young people are going along to encourage the boys. Uncle Tom Goodman of Sargents was in town the first: of the week shaking hands with his Saguaehe friends, and he has ~ Of thdin too.: He was accOm- panied by a Mr. Coats of Doyleville. Messrs. Davidson, Jones, Burrows and Brewer went fishing the first of the week. They returned with a good catch but JohnWinkie, who always catches fish, returned empty handed that same day. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. For Rent. I have for rent three good rooms suit- able for housekeeping. Call on or ad- dress J.W. Davidson. A telephone message was received here the first of the week from Salida asking that our base ball team come over for a game on Sunday. It was found that but few of the players could get away and so the game was abandoned. I have received my new fall and win- tar stock of millinery. It is all new and fresh aud up-to-date and embraces the very latest novelties in ladies head gear. Call and examine the stock while tie lines are unbroken. Mrs. E. G. Hazard. Robert S. Fisher of Bonanza came dowo on Sunday for a several days visit with his okl time friend, Thos. H. Ma honey. Mr. Fisher says we were misin- formed iu stating that he bad sold his Hortonse mine, and that he still owns it. 1 understand that someone Said when Mr. McKinley died that I threw up my hat and hollowed hurrah. Now 1 did :nothing of the kind and have never re- joiced over the death Or misfortune of anyone aud I will pay $10 to anyone who will furnish positive proof of the party who started this untruth. Iam sure it is someone who ts by this lietrying to in- jure me and nnyone who would do that would st,p at nothit+~'. Hoping to fi,,d the liar, I remain, H.S. Gould. A~X C~raig came down from Bonanza ~esterday for a t~w day's visit, Jill Stuffed Up That's the condition of many sufferers from catarrh, especially in the morning. Great difficulty is experienced in clear- ing the head and throat. No wonder catarrh causes headache, impairs the taste, smell and hearing, ~ollutes t h+~ breath, deranges the stom- ach and affects tim appetite. To eurc catarrh, treatment must be constitutional--alterativc and tonic. 'I was afilictcd with catarrh. I took medicines of difi'erent kinds, glving each a fair trial; but gradually grew worse until I could hardly hear, taste or smell. I then concluded to try lIood's Sarsaparilla, and after taking five bottles I was cured and have not had any return of the disease since." EUGENE FOR.~ES, Lebanon, Ken. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures eatarrh--lt sooli~es and strength- ens the mucous mc,nbrane and builds up the whole system. High School Notes. Our pet snake has been recaptured and another has been captured to bear it company. F.W. Hodding hss sent us Chimes from a Jesters Note Book and Concern- lug Isabel Carnaby for our library. We are pleased to know that Mr. Pal- mer will continue to conduct the labora- tory physics. , Maud [ckes, Effie Sis, no and Eve Adair have joined the class in physics. The football team will play the Salida H. S. next Saturday at Salida. A num- ber' from the town and high school will accompany them. Our entertainments for the remainder of the year will be literary in character. It is not our.i~tention to solicit more than once each year. W. E. Gardner of Bonanza has shown his interest in the high school by joining the library association. He is also mak- ing a collection of minerals for our cab- inet. The lamp presented to the S. C. H. S., by Mr. O'Neil, has been repaired and is now in working order. Mr. Dacre Duns knows a good thing when he hears it and has sent us $2 and joined the library association. He still continues to show interest in the school which was made possible by the liberal- ity of his father. The girls social was a success. In fact the H. S. has never made a failure of anything which it has undertaken. Pro- ceeds $42. The H. S. girls desire to take this method of thanking all those who assist- ed them in any way in making their so- cial a success. They desire to extend their special thanks to the band for their voluntary contributions. All those desiring to join the library association should do so at once. Hand the $2 to Dr. Melvin or J. I. Palmer and due credit will be given. MLs Annie Harem will sot as librarian. Books must not be taken from library without her knowledge. McKinley's picture has been in the school room draped since memorial ser- vice. It is said that the liberty bell was cracked while tolling for the death of the last of the signers of the declaration of independence. Our bell has refused to do its duty since being tolled for the death of McKinley. lt. was too much even for a bell to send out such mour. ful tidings. O. O. TayloP Whtsk~es~ honest tn ~uPtty STATE eF One, CITY OF TeLEDO, ~ .. LUOAS COUNTI" ~ ~" I FRANK J. CHgNEYmakes oath that he is the se~fior partner of the firm of F. J. CH:~NE~ & CO., doing business in the City of. Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that sa~d firm will pay the sum of ON E HUN DRE D DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. s~-I A.W. GLEASON, Notary Public. ll's (;atarrh Curs is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of th,~ system. Send for testimouials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold byDruggist~, 75e. tIall's Family Pills are the best. Ed Shewaiter, of Spring creek, was do- ing business in camp yesterday and to- day. He returned home today. Gee. Preston accompanied him and he expects: to do some mining in that gulch where he has several fine properties.--Crestone Eagle. Help tC Band. To obtain money for the purchase of several new instrumente, the band is ar- ranging to give a band concert, Friday eve., Oct. llth. A fine musical program will be given, closing with a farce, which alone will be worth the price of admis- sion. John Colvin sad wife came np from the ranch yesterday morning for a visit with their f, lks. ~hls 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- strate ths great merits of the remedy. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., New York City. I{ev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's Cream I~atm to me. I can emphasize his statement, "It is a peal. tire cure for catarrh if used as directed."-- l~ev. Franei~ W. Peele, Pastor CentralPrea Church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no mercury nor any injurious drug. l~ti0o, 60 oe~ts. 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 pl, 2nd. N. B.--We also carry a ~omplete line of the books that are used in the County High School. The Brut Store on the 6orner--Satuache, Frank Plttenter, Hanalier, !eeeeee@eeeeeeeeee@oe~ PERSONAL. t J. J. Navins of Veteran was in town on Tuesday. D. S. Jones was up from Veteran on Tuesday. Ben Timney of Bonanza was in town last Friday. Oscar Powell was up yesterday from Los Magotes. Mrs. H. B. Means-has been in Denver the past week. W. H. Cole of Mirage was a Saguache visitor on Tuesday. e Gee. W. Beckley went to Salida on Friday of last week. J. W. Davidsou went to Del Norte and Alamosa on Wednesday. Judge Shields of Moses was in town laet Friday and Saturday. W. A. McEntyre of Parkville was in town Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. It. L. Curtis went to Bonanza last Friday to play for a dace. Thomas H. Thompson of Bonanza was in town last Saturday on business. E. H. Underhill of Crestone was a Sa- guache visitor on Thursday of last week, S. J. Spray of SMida was in town the first of the week, driving over from Bo- nanza. Thomas and Henry Roberts came down from Cochetopa for a few days visit with relatives. Mrs. Charles Creger of Villa Grove, is visiting the family of James Creger in this place. H. B. Means and J. W. Davidson ex- pect to go to Denver 0n Sunday to take in the carnival. H.O. Miller, who has been in Sa- guache for the past niue months sinking the state artesian well, leaves today for his home at Eaton, Colo. The well is now down 1043 feet and as yet no flow of water has been encountered. A short time ago Mr. Miller encountered a layeri of sand which gave him a great deal ell trouble. The original contract called for 1100 feet but the contract provided that whenever it became apparent that the contractor could not go any deeper the contract was at an end. Mr. Miller stated he was nnable to proceed further and the I card of construction declared the work ended. The fact thatsand was encountered, after passing through so many hundred feet of solid formation, is by many taken as an indication that the well was nearing the l:oint where water would have been encountered. It is altogether likely that arrangements will be made to sink.the well still deeper in the near future. (~. O. ~ylor Whiskies, are de~4dedly flna For Sale or Rent. I offer for sale or rent my imuse on San Juan avenue, Saguache. Call on or addresss, Warren Joy, Ssgusche. There Was Conspiracy. St. l~uis, Sept. 24.--Ed Saftig, who was arrested this morning at one of the dry goods stores here on the charge of petty larceny, is believed to be an ac- complice of Czolgosz. When taken be- fore Chief of Detectives Desmond he made a confession in which he is said to have given all the details of the plot to Fate. The sky is clouded, the rocks are bar% The spray of the tempest is white la the air, The winds arc out, with the waves at play, And I ~1~tl not teulpt the sea today. '].he trail Is narrow, the wood is dim, The panther clings to the arching limb, And the lion's whelps are abroad at play, And I slmll notjoin In,tile chase today. But the ship sailed safety over the sea, And the hunters came home rom the chase Ill glee, And the town that was hullded upon the rock Was swallowed up in the earthquake shock. --Bret Harts. Judge Wilson, senior counsel for Ad- miral Schley, foil dead during the ses- sion of the court of inquiry on the morn- ing of the 2~th. The court was immed- iately adjourned for the day. B.uslness For Sale. I offer for sale my stock of millinery goods, ladies furnishings, notions, etc., with fixtures and building. This is an opportumty for some one to get a good paying business at a.bargatn. Call on or address Mrs. E. G, Hazard, Saguache. Owing to restricted revenue and con- sequent delay in the execution of the proposed "Hall of Metallurgy," the State School of Mines has already turned away enough students from other state~ to make a difference of $2,000 per annum iu its receipts for tuition, and this with- out increasing the current expenses of the institution. The present attendance is 25 per cent in excess of the calculated capacity of the buildings.--News. 6,0,Tayt0rWh[=klet tett[~edby the weakest ttmtdlt Strayed. One gray horse aud cue iron gray horse, got loose in Big Park recently, both horses are branded 7 R 7. Please notify me at Saguache. Mrs. M. E. Colvin. " John Lawrence made a sale of one of his Sky City claims in Senator Bowen the first of the week. John says ke has been mining for 42 years and that this is the first money he ever received from mining. " .... Convicted. " Court House, Buffalo, Sept. 24.--The Czolgosz case was given to the jury at 3:51. At 4:26 he was found guilty of murder in the first degree. G. O. Tay'~r Whiskies, gaod, p~tre, aud old+ WANTED--Capable, reliable person m every county to represent |arge company of sold finns. cia! reputation. $93{} salary par 5ear, payable weekly. $~ per day absolutely Sure and all ezpen- ses, strmght, bonafide definite salary no com- mission, sMary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week, STANDAKD H O U SE, 384 DgARBON ST. Cm0AOO. Sheriff's 8ale. By virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the clerk's office of the county court of Arapa- hos county, state of Colorado, and to me direct- ed, whereby 1 am cmnmande(1 to make the sum