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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. t NO. 48. SAGUACHE, COLORAD0, THURSD:kY, NOVE BER I.'9, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 1350. i ] i | , , i i i i ii i, i Will Lernou was up from Center the last of last week. J. M. Pitzor was o,er from Villa Grove the first of the week. A strong flow of natural gas has b('en struck at Farmington, New Mexico. N. L. Lewis, an Alamcea painter w,s iu Saguache on business last Thursday. Guy Lovey, who has been working up at Aider,was on our streets last Monday. M. O. G,)uld & Son have been turning out some fine wagons thepast few weeks Christian Endeavor Sunday ewning at the Baptist church, led by Mrs. James Sinus. Subject, Courage or Cowardice, Which? Hunter Thornhill of Moffat is working in Saguache, buildiug fence and doing other repair work for Mrs. W. O. Hurt at her residence on Christie ave. We have bcen informed that James Hazard, an old timer of this county who went to New Mexico just after the elec- tion, has located at Farmington. E. B. Smitb, who has been hulling out the go'den grain for the farmers up the creek, brought his threshing outfit down to town for some repair work the first of the week. He is off again and at work busy as ever. | ]A new ~5-horse power, compou ad Case engine with plowing outfit and attach- ment was received at tbis station Mon- day. The engine will be used by the Wadsworth Ranch Co. near Center.~ Monte Vista Journal. Frank Means who was here last week visiting bis brother, R. J. Means, return- ed home to Sargents last Sunday. Frank says that Sargen~s is one of the best towns in the counly, and ~ome of us here in the metropolis are inclined to think that he is about right, for reasons best known to those wbo know. A second candidate dance was given at Union hall last Friday night. Bamone Woodson managed lhe affair and it was a success in every way. The Silva or- ches~ra furnished the music. A large crowd participated and the dance did not break up until the ~mall hours of the night when all retired well satisfied. C. B. Curbyof La Garita creek re- ceived a fine medal from the Lewis and Clark exposition management last Sat- urday, given him for the he~t timothy disnlayed at that exposition. Mr. Curby i~ justly proud of this medal, and again the greatness of San Luis valley soil has been proven~--Del Norte Prospector. J.H. Smith of Salida and T. M. Lyons of Denver came in last Thursday and on Friday Mr. Smith purchased the Lyons and Doyle ranches west of town. tie intends moving on to the property and will run a herd of thirty to forty milch news for the purpose of furnish- ing cream for the creamery. We need just a few more such men to place the creamery on a firm, paying basis, M. Hammond, the hide bu.~er was up from Monte Vista the last of l~st. week and scooped in everything in sight in the line of pelts. The old man is a hustler, 76 years old and as spry as many a man of half that sum~. He is as full of jokes as an end man in a minstrel show. and has a good story for every one he meets. He left between" $300 and $400 in the town. Before leaving he dropped into tbis office, squared his account up to date and ordered the CRzscmtT s(nt to his address for another year, Come again dad, you are always welcome. The trouble which occurred at a dance some time ago between I~a Garita par- s ties was settledin Justice Clare a court at Saguaoho hat week. Joseph Curby on charge of assault with a deadly weapon on Juan Lopez was given a pre- liminary heariu~ on Friday and dis- charged. Curby was then placed under a pence bond of $100 on c~mplaint of Santiago L~pez. J.D. Pilcber of Ale- mesa and O, M, Corlett of Monte Vista attorneys for.plaintiffs, and John L Pal- mer of this city for defendant. George I.rvcy, Frank Martinez, James Bortego and Vidal Valdez. were up ~om I.~ Oar- its ~ witn~m iu the case. O~lr Mirage notes arrived too late for publication last week. On Wednesday noon our schools ad- journed unlil next Monday D, P, Cnrby was up from La Garita for a few days the last of last week. Mrs. Harry Stoddard of Alder, who has been suffering with a severe cold for the past week, is recovering. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Funk of Villa Grove on Monday, Nov. 26. All are doing well. Andy Since, who left horA 2 years ago to ,ttend the Uintab drawing and who had since been in Vernal, Utah, return- ed on Tuesday. Hiram White went back to Pennayl. vaoia with biq uncle. Win. White, who was taken sick while visiting with bis brother, Joseph. There will be a unio~ Thanksgiving service at the Methodist church next Sunday morning. Roy. Pendleton, the new pastor, will preach the sermon. Tbe votes east at the recent election for Judge Holbrook, who was on both the republican and democratic tickets for district judge of this district, excfed- edin each county of the district the combined vote for Buohtel and Adams. --G rapbic. The ]ittle son of Mr. and Mrs. John Drott of Alder met with an accident last week by which he came very near losing an eye. We o,mld not learn the par,'ic- ulars, but understand that he is recov oring. Mrs. Drott has been sick for some time also, but is much improved. School Report. For the month ending Nov. 23, Enrollment Av At Neither tardy Ta~" Marks nor absent 8th grade 8 8 6 0 7th grade 9..5 9 5 2 6th grade 10 9.5 4 4 5th grade 17 14 4 6 4thgrade16 li 4 1 3rd grade 22 19 6 7 2rid grade 18 11 10 4 lst~rade 57 ~9 5 Those neither tardy nor absent: Majoriu Boyd, Dickie Boyd, Edith Jones. Muriel Howard, Hes ter Jewell. SusieClond; Mend Lndwick. Loaise Woodard, Agnes No]and, Ernest Hazard. Pan] Jenkins; L~ila Buchanan. Rebm Howard. Emma lloward. Oma Tlmney; Ida Harsh, Hazel Curtis, Ruth Curtis. Ituth Siena; Bernice B~ery. Jimmie Curtis. Ray Woodard: Emily Casias. Vide Clare, Mabel Clare. Edith Jewe]l. Lulu Palmer, Am~ Woodard. Albert t~loud, heater Fromm, Johnnia Jordan, ltamon Paeheeo. Paul 8tubbs; Leonard Mass. Adolfo Lovato, 8herman Cline, Ernest Clark, Elizabeth Pacheco. Public Sale. I will offer at public sale on Friday, Dec. 14, 1906, at my residence 7 miles southeast of Saguache tbe following property to-wit: One gray horse, 11 years o!d, 1500 lbs., one bay horse 10 years old, 1400 ]bs., one bay mare 3 years old, ll~)0 lbs., 7~ Hambletonian bred. Two red shorthorn milch cows, fresh, 7 years old,oun 2 year old shorthorn heifer, be fresh in June, one yearliug steer, 8 or 10 dozen chickens, One 3~ in. wagon with good graih bed, one good low wbee] 3 in. Bain wagon, one spring wagon, one driving cart. One new 10 hole Hoosier drill, two mowers, two rakes, two stirring plows, one potato plow, one steel harrow, two sets light double harness, one set double harness, one siuglo harness, one saddle, one blacksmith outfit, one Haws scale. One walnut bedroom set, two heating stow~, one dozen chairs, one desk, other household goods and many other articles to~ numemus to mention. Terms--All sums under $10 cash. Sums of $10 and over'a credit of 10 months will be given, by purchaser giving a bankable note bearing 10 per cent inter- eat per annum. Free lunch and hay for horses. Saleto begin at 10 n'olock. J. A. Norris. Andrew Forl,e~, Auctioneer. WISCONSIN HARD. WOOD LANDS, If ~oa are lookin~ for a Now Home. write as fo'r maps and circulars describ- ing our Rush and Sawyer County lands. Board and ?ailroad farce free to pur- chasers of 80 acres or more. Arpin Rsrdwood rmmtmr Company. Grand Rapids, Wimmnsin. 0FPICIAL PRQCEEDINfiS Of the Board of County Commissioners Of Saguache County, Cdl6rado. List of bills allowed at the last session. No. To Whom For What hint. 48 J D Dillon election ..................... $14 25 47 Alex R~ssell " . ...................... 15 00 48J FWil/iams " . ....................... 9 50 49 J J Navins ......................... 7 60 7,0 C A P,,tts " . ........................ 10 40 51 Juan Valasques " . ...................... 6 00 ,52 Polenari,) Pecheco " . ................... 10 00 53 J A K~ yes " . ........................... 28 50 5~ 8 D Warren '" . ........................... 13 65 5,5 E A Wink]er" . .......................... ,5 00 56 Thos Noland "" .. ' ............. 2 50 .57 B M Clare " . ........................... 10 00 58LHFelt~r " . ......................... ]000 59 Frank {'ergo " ........................ ; 12 .50 a Jennie 31 Boughton " . .................. 12 50 b W J Ki~g" . ............................. 12 50 c Cha~ Holmer'" . ........................ 5 ~0 d Ida I~ub "" . ............................. 5 00 a It Cooper " . ............................. 7 .50 t Emma Kiger "" . .......................... 6 50 g Jennie M Boughton " . .................. 1 5i 60 J M Pitzer " . ............................ 7 .50 a Jame~ Butt~erford " . .................... 5 CO c John Neidhardt " . ....................... 7 50 d Edwin Tobler" . ........................ 5 00 eWHCole" . ............................. 12 50 f Emma Kiger "' . .......................... 5 00 g James Rutherford " . .................... .5 00 h School diet No 3 " . ...................... 5 00 iWHCole" . ................................ 650 James Ratherford " . .................... I~ 50 6lUG IIonnell" . ......................... 12 50 a It C Frazee ' . ........................... 12 50 bLE Hall" . ............................. 12 50 e H A Nevins "" . ........................... 5 00 d B A Eotoson " . ........................... 5 00 e Gee W Reardon "" . ...................... 5 00 fLEHall" . .............................. 1200 gBARoloeon " . .......................... 100 b Don Archuleta "' . ....................... 2 50 62 A W Dawson " . .......................... 12 50 a F J Green " . ............................ 12 50 b Dacre Dun n " . ........................... 5 00 c A M Coolbroth " . ...................... 12 50 d U G Anderson" . ........................ .5 00 e School diet". ............................ I0 00 f U O Anderson " . ........................ 6 70 S A W Dawson " . ......................... 3 55 h A M Coolbroth " . ....................... 2 50 i Ralph Collins " . ......................... ,5 00 63 Frank Brown " . ......................... 12 50 a Fred Jeep " . ............................. 12 50 b li B Potter " ........................... 12 50 c C 8 Coleman " . .......................... 5 00 d B M Edwards " . ....................... ,5" 00 a H B Potter " . ........................... 4 10 fFrank Brawn "" . ........................ 4 10 63 W F Boyd " . ............................. 15" 00 a L D Thurston " . .................. : ..... 15 ~0 bFJ Marold ' . ........................... 15 00 e C A Creger" . ............................ 7 50 d W C L,,ckett " . ......................... 7 50 e Town of ~vgaadm" . .................. .5 O0 f J E Borrego "' . ........................... 2 50 g Daniel V~gil " . .......................... 2 .50 h D E lloward " . ......................... 2 .50 6t It C Allen '" . ............................. 12 50 a Frank Means " . ......................... 12 50 b J R Hicks " . ............................ 12 50 Nettle Hicks ". ......................... 5 00 d Mabel Brown "" . ......................... 5 00 o School dtst No 19 " . .................... 5 00 [ Mabel Brown " . ........................ 81 60 g J It IIicks' . ............................ 90 65 Z T Clark " . .............................. 12 50 a Ch~ l.~wley " . .......................... 12 ~0 b Fritz Klein ' . ........................... 12 50 e James 8lane " . .......................... 5 00 dCBFox" . .............................. 500 Z T Clark " . ...................... 5 10 tCB Fox". ................. 5 10 66 W C MeDonough "' . ....... 12 50 aWEFnnk" . ........................... 1250 b Gee E Perry "' . .......................... 12 ,50 c Mabel Funk " . .......................... 5 ~0 d Emma C A Nahls " . ..................... ,5 00 e Mabel Funk " . ........................... 16 ~0 ~' Emma C A Nehla " . ..................... 6 20 67LWSharpa " . .......................... 12 50 a M E Wilder " . ............................. 13 50 h M J Stor~ '% ............................. 12 50 e N E Buck " ............................. 5 00 dRHMonek'.. .......................... 500 e City clerk Bonanza " .................... 5 O0 f R H M.mck " . ........................... 9 40 g L W Sharps " . .......................... 75 (Continued next week.) Jason Jaques and~ wife returned last Saturday from s month's visit with relatives in Iowa. The new pure food and drug law will mark it on the ]abe] of every cough cure containing opium, chloroform or any other stupif) ing or poisonous drug. But it passes Dr. Sheep's Cough Cure as made for 20 years entirely free.Dr. Sheep all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics. Dr. Sboop's Cough Cure is absolotoiy safe even for the youngest babe, and it cures, it does not simply suppress. Get a esfo sad re- liable cough cure by simply in~isting ot~ having Dr. Sheep's. I~ot the law be your proteolion. We cheerfully recommend and sell it. Saguache Pharmacy, Bradley Johnson, a miner of Creede, had both eyes blown out while picking a missed shot at the Yellow Jacket mine Thursday and passed through here on the evening train for Denver whore he will receive treatment at St. Luke's hospitaL--Monte Vista Jou'rnal. Always was Sick. When a man saYS he always was sick, troubled- with a cough that Jested all winter, what wouh] you think if he should say, he never.wat~ sick since using Ballard's Horehound Syr,,p. S.ueh a man exists, J. C. Clark, D~nvor,, Col,,. writes: "For years 1 wan troubled wilt~ a severe o0ugh that wnuld last all v,i'ntrr, Tbis cough left me i,t a miserable condi- tion. I tried Ballard's Ilorehoum] Syr- up and have hsd not a sick day ~ime. Thal's what it done fo~ me." S~h! by. Saguaehe Pharmacy, .Dl . Pure, ikalUtlm, Dependabh l~nown everywhere a n d uarantecd a strictly cream of tartar bakin~ powder; 11o alttm~ no ammo-j~t --!1o phosphatio acid. l~ow.prleed powders a n d ~hoae which do not giVO tha oream o~ tartar guar- untoo uro made.from alum. Of what use to give 2~ ounces of baking powder for 25 cents if 8 of those ounces are alum ? ~TUDY THE LABEL Leave your order ~ith us for turkeys, celery and fresh cyst are. The Gotthelf& Tarbell Mere. Co, For jo~ elry ~'e,~ J. W. Beery & Co. APPLES.: Our ear of winter apples is hera and we have eleven varieties: Grimes enid- an, Belle Fleur, Jonathans, R,,mo Boav- ty, Gae~, .~I., P, ppi,, t~,~n Davi~, G.~no- too, York Imperial, Winesap, and Dyre. These apples are strictly first class and are elegant for ea'i.~g or cooking pur- poses. We haw rcc,,ived thi~ fal~ over 700 boxes of apl,~es. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. Co. When the tip ~f a dog's nose is cold and moist, the dog is not sick. A fever- ish dry no~o means ~iekneas with a dog. And so with tli~ humeri lip~, dry, crack- ed and colorless ]il,s means feverishness and are us well ill appearing. To have beautiful pink, velvetdike lips, apply at bedtime a coating of Dr. Sheep's Green S.dve. It will soften and heat aey ski~ ailment. Get a free, trim box at our store and b~ convinced. Large nickel capped g:ass jars 25~ at the Ssguache Ph arm acy, Piano for ~alo. A new Hobart ~d. Cable piano for sale, priee$275.00. This is a very fine iustru. moat, left by o ~:nors on account of mov- ing. Apply t~) J. H. Parsons, Villa Grove, Colo. I have justreceived a large assortment of Ladies' Neckwear direct from New York. This assortment includes the very latest styles iu this line. Call and see them. Mrs. Ludwick, Ssguache, Colo. Select what you want iu the line of Xmasgoodeand we will take care of them for you until Christmas. The Gotthelf& T'~rbell Mere. Co. We want you to see our Iloliday line and we will gladly show you through our stock whether you purel:ase or not. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere, Co. Call and see our new goods and learn prices. P. M. Jones. Girls school hats and caps. The very latest, at Mrs. Ludwick'~. Piles quickly and ;ositi,~ely cured with Dr. Sheep's Magic Ointment. Its made for piles alone~and it does the wor~ surely and ~ith 'salisfaetion. Itching, painful, protrudir~g or blind piles 'disap- pear like magic by its use. Large nickel capped glass jars 50~: Sold and recom- mended by S,guache Pharmacy. Don't fail to see tbose Carmen brace- lets at the jowe! ry store, Be Charitable To )'our horse as well as to yourself. You need notsuffer from pains of any sort-- your horses need not suffer. Try a bot- tle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It cures ell pain~s. J. M. Roberts, Bakersfield Me., write~; "I have used your liniment for ten years attd find it tO be the best I.hav0 ever,used forman or beast.. Sold by Saguache Pharmacy. Carm~n bracelets at the jeweler's BUSINESS LOCALS. ii Will Pay Each One To Read Every Line Is This Column. Co to ,/cues & Co. for flour, grain and hay. Barton Bros. Shoes. Have given~atisfactton in Saguacl~e county for a number of years. Birt Clare has put in a full stock of these celebrated shoes, which will be sold at reasonable pric~s and satisfaction guar- anteed on every pair. Go to Jones & Co. for best coffees and leas k Me|hodist Minister R/,commends Chemb~r, lain'a Coush Remedy. We have used Chamberlain's .0~ongh Remedy in our borne for seven years,and it has always proved to be a reliable remedy. We have found that it would do more than tbe manufacturers claim for it. It is especially good for croup and whooping oough.--Rev. James A. Lewis, Pastor Milers, Minn. M. E. church. Chamberlsin's Cough Remedy is sold by Saguaohe Pharmacy. The Latest Styles. I have just received a nice line of fall millinery and wish to invite the ladies to come and examine it. Street hats, trim- med hats, cap~ and hoods in all the lat- est styles at very low prices. I person- ally selected these goods early in the season and know that they are right. Come and examine them. Mrs Ludwick Saguache, Colo. If youwant a fine sui; of clothes or an overcoat cheap, go to P, M,. Jones & Company. For Sale. Twenty-five pure bred, Short horn bulls for sale. They are fine animals, heavy bone and dark red color from 12 me,the to 15 months old. W.A. Johnson, One mile west of Saguacho. Biliousn~ and Constipation. For years I was troubled with bilious- ne~ aud cgnstipation, which made lite miserable for me. My appetite failed me. I lost my usual force and vitality, P.epsin preparations and cathartics only made matters w0rso, I do not know where I ghould have been today bad I not tried Chamberlain'a Stomach and Liver Tablets. The tablets relieve the ill feeling at once, strengtben the diges- tive functions, helping the system to do its work naturally--Mrs, l~za Potts Birmingham, Ale. These tablets are for sale by the Saguaohe Pharmacy, You get the b~t fresh meats at P. M. Jones & Co, There's no Use Talking, you can't beat Herbiue for the liver. The greatest regulator' ever offered to suffering humanity. If you suffer from liver complaint, if you are bilious and fretful, its your liver, and Herbine will put it in its proper condi- tion. A positive sure for billiousnes~ constipation, dyspepsia and all ills due to a torpid liver. Try a bottle and you will never use anything else. 8old by Ssgnacho Pbarmaoy. Especially tow winter tourist rates to points in the south & southe~t via Colorado & Southern railroad. Writs T E Fisher, 'G P A Denver. Fresh doughnul~, Wednesdays end Saturdays, bread every day at Mrs. Fromm's` Chapped hands are quickly cured by applying Cbamberlain's Salvo. Pries 25 cents at th~ S~.acb? Pbarm.2y. Have you seen that stock of 'jewelry which J. W. Beery & Co. has~ It con- tain~ many nice Xmae presents. Steam Thr~hing Oulfl~. Clean and speedy work guaranteed. Prices: Wheat 8~ cents, oats 2} cents All orders will receive prompt attention. E. R, Smith. Before maEing youresleetion of Christ. mas present~ Lm aure an6 look over tbe stock of jewelty at J. W. Beery & Oo,"n. Save your cash sale cou= I ns, We redeem Ibm In merchaedlse, They am until December 31, 190 The 6offneff &.Tarbell Met- ntlle go, ..... pelts` P. D l R ECTO RY. CHUBOI NOTIOM~. ~ptiS| C~har~h. Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. i. and 5 '~10 p m. Bible school st 10 a.m. Chrlst/sn Endeavor m~ets at 6:~0 p. m. Prayerand praiN ~ervice at 7.~0 p. m: Wednesda~ evening~. Choir nraetice 7~%p. re. Saturday evening. The l~rd'a Sup- per te observed on the first Sunday of eneh month. Covenant meeting the preeed/ug Wed- newsy averting. Phone Red 75. Rev. T. T, Phelps. Peeler M~ODI ST CRU~OH. /~rvtc~ evarF 8uadar at 11 a.m. and ?:SO p. m, Pra~r muslins everr Wedneed~ arching at ~:1| p.m. Epworth ~e at 4"~0 ever~ Sunder evening. Rsv A. B, Pendleton, Pa~tor. Cat,helle Chnreh. On ths third Sunday of each month.holl~ Masz will be celebrated atthe Catholie ehnrch at 1@ a. m. Preaehing ia Faglish and Spanieh. In the afternoon at 3 p.m. catechiem and instru~- tion to the children. In the evenzng at 7:81} rmary and benedLct.im~. On the followins Man- day early M~s at 6:~0 a. m. Bay. J,M, Montenarelli, Parish Priest. Residence In Del Nor~ Mpaniah Preebyter/&n Chureh. Sunday school at 10 a. m. snd Chriatain Endeavor meeting at 7"~0 p.m. All are In- vited. J.N. PACII~OO, Buperintendent. LODOE NOTICES. OLIve BranCh r.odge, No. 82, A.F.&~ ~Rogula~..meetingl 8atard~ on or b~a-" tore run moon in eeen month, at sonic Ball, Dunn'z bLock, at ~'~0 o'elook p. m. JOHN ~./klBHI.~, W. I. W. A, JOHI~SON, Seo~. Oentenntal Lodge, No. 28, L O. O. F. OMeat~ every ~ eveah~g ia Odd Fellows Hall~ Dunn's bLook. Yisitors eordial~ welcomed. J.J. KELLEB N.G. T. M. ALEXANDEB. SSOY. Mount HoDs Czro!e No. O 11 W. O. YF, Meets first, third and fifth Satnrdav nights of each month in Woodmen halL MA~OI~ ALId~, ~. IL J, J. EELhER, Clark. Bs4gu~l~e Oamp No. US, W, of W. Mee~ on ae~ond and fourth ~turd~. eve~, each month, at Odd Fellows Hall. FRED BURCff. C. C. B. M. CLARE, Clerk. Mlnnehaha Chapter NO. 468, O. E, ~,, Meets on Ssturd~ evenin~ after full moon in etwh ~onthtat Masonic Hall. MRS. GEO. H. CURTIS, W. M. JOHN G. HUNTINOTON, ~. Mirage Camp No, 9~ M. ~. &0 Mlr~s Colo. Meets every ~turd~ night tn 1141 new h~ll, C. B. S~D~ Fn~x Owi~e, see'y. C~nsai. Posto~flee ]~rs. On week days the omcs will tm open from o'clock in the morning t~ 7 tn th sveninn No mails arrive or depart on Sunday and the office will not be open on that day. JOH~N H. WILLL~.MS, ]~. M. Mofl~at Sts~e IA~e, Leave Moffat dally ex. Sunday at....1:~ p. m, Arrive at 1~4Dlaohe by ................ ~:~0 p. m, Leave Saguaehe dally ex. I~unday at..~gl0a.m. Arrive at Moflkt by .~ ..... ; ............ 9;~ a, m. Del Nort~ Stt~e Line. Leave Del Norl~ Mona, rtylt and Thursdays at .................................. $'~0 a.m A~rivs at Saguache at ............... &~ p.m. Leave 8aguache Tueed~v snd Frldalt T:00a.m. ArrlveatDe Norte ................ 4.~t; p;m. OFI~ICI.&.L DIRE~I~OIgY. COunty OIMoe~a. Judge-~-Hon, John H. Williams, Clod'S--Oscar 8. Marold. Trea~urer--S. JewelL Sheriff~W. 1~ Monteith. Auessor--tL A. Fullenwider, Sul~t. of Schools--W. E. Gardner. Sprveyor--J0e M. Cuenin,' Coroner--Dr. G. A. Bradburn. Attoraey--J. I. Palmer. County Phyaician~Dr. O. P. Sllippey. COMMISSIONEP.8. A.V. Shippey, Chairman, Michael Jordan. Joh~ Smith, Tewn of SsKuaehe. Mayor--John Lawrene~. Clefk--B. P. Stubbs, Treas'urer~W. J. Werner. Marshal-=Dan 8lane Magistrate--B. M. ~lare. Aldermen--J. I. Palmer, John Parring- ton, Charles Tartmll, J~m~ Buchanan, J. W. Beery and J. A. Keyes. 8a~uaehe Fire Company, l~gular meetlng~ on tl~e,~flret Monday evea, Lng of eaeh month, at Town Hall. WALTaI~ HAMMo~rD, "WX. ~. J[~OYD. Secretaryt Prxtdent. 8ehool. ]~rd. Pr~ldent--Wm. F. Boy& .~retary--w. *C. ~kstt. Tr~asur, ir--T. ~ Al'exander. STXTIt OF OKIO, C1~ 0]~ TOLSI~O, t SS' Lno^s Conifer f FaA~X-J. C~r make~ ~ath that he is thn ~,tior pa~ner og the firl~ of F, ~. (~ & C,~.~ doing ~minet~ in 'din ~Jity of Toledo, -Conntv Shd Btat~ afereeeid~ and that said Arm" will the ~am of ONE, HUNDRED DOLLARS for eitoh and evl~r~ easa of Catarrh that c~unot be cnred by the use of .IIAI~'S CATAUlt~ CU~g, " FRANK J'. CHEI~Y. Sworn ta:befo~ me~d. sab~ribed in mY presenee, this @th day or DecembertA. D/IS~. L - Nota~ Pnbhe.Illu~ Hall a CmarrhCure ia taken intemal~ and a~ts dlr~..~tly cm the blood and mucous surhu~s ef the system. Send for te~timouiais, F. $. CH~NgY & CA),, ToMe. O, Sold b~ Drualst~ W~. ~'s~d~ ~lk am th, beth