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H. T. Blako Editor and Proprietor.
JUNE B. 1880.
If wo cm't have the mint let us
have smelter*. #
Whittaker Vul prove to be a cur.
Tlie court condemned him.
One hundred mole dwelling houses
in Canon City would soon be occu
pied.
Choctaw before Cte. Indian ri>»g
before Indian pence. That is about
the way it
One thousand U. S. soldiers versus
twenty thousand Colorado miners
Can one man mo round twenty men?
Now that Kearney J_- Kalloch are
released from the clutches of the law
in San Francisco, communism will
again be on top.
Now that General Grunt is going to
summer in Mnnitou we want a rail
road streiglit there. We cannot afford
to go over afoot.
Until the snow is entirely gone von
need not go into the Gunnison conn
try. Snow and silver don’t amalga
mate worth a cout.
Now that Mick Mooney lias got his
quietus in Leadvillo lie and Dennis
Kenrnev arc going to hunt up some
new sand N't- and start a new party
Governor J'itkin dot-.*, not frighten
bo easily over an Indian storv. lie
cannot see why a few Indians in
North park with their tepees and
squaws should he considered hostile.
Four cireuses in tin? country this
week. The national republican gram!
and lofty tumblers in Chicago. The
democratic stale comusion in Den
ver. Dun Gastello’s boss cirrus in
Canon and the cuss word Bedford sent
after the congressmen who voted for
the postponment of the Ute bill.
The t wo-llords rule of the demo
crats is belle'* than the unit rule oi
republicans, yet cither one is a dan
gerous precideut ami allow unscrup
ulous men to get control of conven
tions. Every man should be allowed
to vote as he chooses at any kind ol
an election or convention It is the
only way free institutions will ever
be able to stand.
Setting Lull mid his Indians arc
negotiating for I heir surrender to die
U. S. authorities. General !l zeu lias
always set down on Bull ami issued
his ultimatum to the effect that these
Sioux must give up their ponies and
arms. Del them stay in Canada
There are no “Christian invaders"
among English subjects—vide India;
Zulu Land. Afghni-ian. etc.
In another column will In* found a
letter giving authentic information or
the whereabouts of the Bradbury
party. At the lime the tale of tin
massacre was published the Ukcoiu*
stated that it disbleived the story.
It is noticable that every time tin
consideration of the Ute bill is post
poned from Iwo to twenty-live nun
arc killed on the reservation—in
somebody's imnginntion. Such laic*-
are very distressing io the Iriendsot
the supposed, yief inis and should not
be heralded nil over the country in
the brazen manner in which the story
of the murder of the Bradbury parly
was published.
The great miners’ sirike in Lch'-
rillc reduced the 0111-put of her
ores to a mere minimum figure ;
caused operations in her nio-t impor
tant mines to erase ; made her sun It
ers close their doors; threw hun
dreds of men out of employ mem. anil
unsettled the business of mining gen
erally .throughout the state. Idleness
with its consequent imorality. drunk
enness, distress and crime followed a
a matter of bourse. Capital and labor
were in arms one against t lie other for
the first time seriously in Colorado.
Employer was nr.vgncd against em
ploye and a gein-ral feeling of distrust
was engendered between the men nlio
earn their bread by labor and tin*
men who furnish the labor to earn
that bread. The liiillenium will have
conic before such things cease to be.
Advice is cheap and comments are
unnecessary The fact remains, how
ever, strikes eventually result disas
trouslv to I he si rikers.
The continual putting off of tin
passage of the Ute bill is becoming
extremely exasperating. Himply be
cause somebody in congress wants
something done for,or w ith, «»i*against
tic Choctaw’s, who have been at
peace within the memory of the old
est inhabitant of llie country ; simply
because somebody in the east, oi
somebody up north, or somebody
down south wauls sound I dug or other
which amounts to very iittle in tin
end, done for them through legisla
tion nud, moreover, because each mm
in congress muut war-k for his party ,
the entire and best promising front iei
of the nation is left at the mercy * I
the most bloodthirsty and trcachcr
oils savage which inhabits its wild*,
and the government is placed in dan
ger of u long and expensive warfare.
The settlement of the Ute question i
thc paramount one now before the
country and this postponmeni of its
consideration is contempt able in the
face of all the facts.
A Daisy Indeed is the New Lightning
Express on the old Baltimore
and Ohio road.
Denver folks and the people of
Colorado generally will assuredly ap
preciate the enterprise of the Balti
more ami Ohio road in putting on a
last train worthy ol the name. I'roin
St. Louis eight hours nnd from Chica
go eleven hours saved to Washington
and Baltimore is the story in a nut
>he{t. As hv no other line hut the
B. & O. is this great ad vantage gained
it naturally stands to reason that nil
hands w iI! go the one way. In order
that that way mnv not only be the
ijuicke-t, but immeasurably the best,
track, coaches, dining halls, and
evers thing hoth great and >mal! upon
the entire line has been greatly im
proxtd. The staunch old dotibh
track lots been the set tle of remark
able activity for months, the .lanney
patent coupler pbitform has been
nlaced upon the passenger equipment
and tin operating department, has
fairly outdone itself'in splendid roll
ing stock, 'fhe dining halls on the
line, all of which are owned by the
B. & O company, have not. only beer;
renovated throughout but are now
under the personal supervision of one
of the oldest and most popular hotel
men in the country. With 1 1»i s daisy
run to the National Capital the Balti
more and Ohio reaches New ork
and Boston at the same time as the
fastest train on any other line. —Den-
ver Tribune.
.Americans '■'raveling Abroad
will liml :ill of Dr. Pierre's Familv
medicines nil sale in all principal
(H - ii” sforep mnl at the London branch
■•1 tin? World's Dispensary, Great
Russell Sir el Buildings. Gulden
Medical i>iscoverv is a nmst potent
alterative or blood-cleansing elixir.
!r dispels ull humors and cures
blotches, pimples, eruptions, king’s
evil, or pcrotuln. enlarged glands,
swellings, internal soreness, ulcers,
ana virulent blood poisons that, un
leiiioved.roi out the vital machinery.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets (little sugar-coat
ed pills) are an agreeable and most
eleansi ng eat hart ie ; remove olf-nsi ve
and acrid aecumnltU ions, there
bv preventing l'evt-rs anti kindred
affections. World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, proprietors. Buffalo
and London. # c9s*lt
From l lie II üb.
There i« perhaps no tonic offered to
the people that possesses as much
real intrinsic value as the Hop Bit
ters. Ju.-tat this season ofihe year,
when the Rtoinaeh needs an appetizer
or the blood needs purilying. the
cheapest and best remedy is worth a
pound of cure, don’t wait until you
are pros!rati d by a disease that may
i ke moiiihs for vou to recover in.—
[Boston Globe. * # c9t24
t'nqncfii iomib!} - .
The Herald, Detroit Mich., snvs of
Warner’s Safe Liver and Kidney
Cure: ‘'lts efficacy in kidney, liver,
and urinnrv diseases is s.< indy .or
knnwledgcd ihat it is not worth the
(piestioning. Bona tide testimonials
from well-known citizens in public
and private life are evidences strong
• -Hough to convince the most stub
bora doubter.” *c22tUs
Our druggists arc selling large
quantities of Dr. Marshall's Brnmo
line; it certainly is the best medicine
for a disorder'd liver. <l\spepsbi. etc.
-old bv J. L. Prentiss & Bio. and G.
\V\ Tulnot. *c6G-lt
It has no Political Significance;
Bu. for curing all sinnirter derange
inents of the stomach and howe's.
Brown’s Blackberry and Ginger has
no equal. No family Is sale withoii'
ii For sale everywhere, 59 cts. per
bottle. clO
To cure colic in five inini'tos, take
tweiitv dr-ops of Dr. Marshall’s Ara
bian Oil in a little water. The pain
will immediately subside. Sold by
J. L. Pn ntiss & Bro. and C. W. Td
hot. # cGC-lt
A Clrnr Political iiead
Mnv he secured and eon-I’pa'ion
•uid biliousness cured by using
Brown's Liver Pills. All dealers
keep them. clO
Do Yon Know ’Flint
there arc strange people in our com
munity. wo snv strange because
they seem to prefer to suffer and pss
i heir dn\s miserably, made so by dis
pepsia. and liver complaint, indiges
tion, constipation, and general debil
ity. when Shiloh’s Vit»lizer is guar
anteed to cure them. Sold b\ W.
Talbot. # cl3-o
For the Blood and Fiver
Use compound extract of Sar-apa
ri’.la and dandelion with iodid- of
potassium. clO
We have a speedv and positive cure
for calari b. diphtheria, c inker mouth
and headache, in Shiloh’s Catarrh
Remedv. A nasal inject or free with
< ich bottle. Use it’ if you devil.
health, and ®weet breath. Price 60
cts. Sold by (*. W Talbot. *cl3-o
Brown's Pepsin Tonic
Cures indigestion, sour stomach
and dyspepsia. A new and reliable
remedy. Price 50 cents per bottle*
l or sub* by (’. W. Talbot and .1. L.
Prentiss & Bro. Can hi City’. clO
I ivc Tiiniooind strong.
11l the pn-t lew months there lias
been mope Ilian 500.000 bottles ol
Shiloh’s Cure Id. Out of the vast
number "t people who have used it.
more than 2.000 ease- of eimsumpt ion
have been cured. All cough 1 *, croup,
asthma, am', bronchitis, yield at.
..lice, lienee it is that every bod\
-peaks in its praise. To those who
have ii"t used it. let u a say. if vou
have a cough, or your child the croup
and you value life don’t fail to try it.
For lame hack, side or chest, use
Shiloh's Porous Plasters. Sold by
your druggist. *c!3-o
-Former’s l.onl: Mere !
Wet or dry. volt can i - i Mia
White Doiira • r l-’.gyptian Uice I'orn
I miscd troin twenty to sixty hush
|ier acre in the drouth of 1H79. It is
bettor feed for horses and bogs than
corn, and is a inticli surer crop. See
analysis, state report lor December.
I I need not be planted before July 1.
and will fully mature in eighty or
ninety days. Iw. -cud a trial pack
age lor fifty cents, or enough to plant
oue arre for tjtl.OO. I>> mail; postage
paid, with full Inst met ions.
Address, S s. Dickinson.
Lorned, Pawnee Cat. Kns.
May sth. 1880, *21123
IS<>iv *o .ilnko Up n Club.
First send for a specimen copy, which
will be sent for 20 cents.
Take the Magazine among your friends
and show it to them, and get as many name:;
as possible to your list. Then divide the
cost. For instance: you pet eiplit names,
and each one pays at the rate of about $1.78
(mukinp say $14.25 for nine copies), von
will thus get a copy free lor your trouble.
Or you can divide 'the amount among tin
nine names, which brings the cost of $1.58
each, thcrcoy getting the* best Lady's Book
published. for the small sum of one dollar
and filly-eight cents. Every lady can raise
a club it site will only trv. and a little effort
on the part of our friends will swell our
circulation to 150.000 copies.
Motley for cbibs must be sent all at one
time. Additions m:i\ be made at Club rates.
'I lie I.mly's Book will be -ent to any post
otlice where the subscriber may reside, and
subscriptions may commence with any
month in tlii year. Back numbers can al
\vav.i Im* supplied.
How to iteinit—(let a post-office money
order on Philadelphia, or a draft on Pliilu
delphiu or New York. If neither of Jhese
can he had, send bank r.otus in a registered
letter.
Address, Godov's Lady’s Hook Publishing
Company (limited), I(>U’J Chestnut street,
Philadelphia. Pa.
Klictimutism, neuralgia, sprains and
bruises will be .relieved by Uncle
Sam’s Nerve and Bom* Liniment. Sold
by J. L. Prentiss & Bro. *e27
f Wholesale and
/ ■ / ',/e. i: i. ia: t.
\ Dealer in
"v; i - _ ,-JLigars. pipes
tobacco.
EVERYTHING USUALLY IN A FIRST
CLASS CIGAR STORE.
Agent for the Hamburg American Steam
ship Company.
Main Street., Canon Citv. Co’o. tl
lo n e: estt.s.
■l'll t; IU UMC WILE T.tKU up
(II »; That the order of the Postmaster
General against Lottery Companies lias, in
i lie case of the Colorado State Lotte y.bcen
Kescitided. Registered Letters and Money
Orders io this Lottery can be sent through
the Mails as formcify.
T 33 «•: G u A N Tt
352 SCHSMZ:
Capitol Prize
THBS COLOHADD
STATE LOTTERY.
C2.AS3 IE;,
Conducted by the Colorado Land and Mir
"erul Association,
\V. I*. S!UI ! H. President,
A. B. Miller, Bec’v, W. Y. Seduiu, Yreas
WILL OIVK THKIIt
SIXTH GEA TO DRAWING
TUESDAY, JUNE 15, IS3O.
drawings, authorized by
the Legislature of Colorado, of 18G7,
occur on the 3rd Tuerday of each
month during the year, and are su
pervised by prominent citizons cl
the State.
Grand Unprecedented Success
of tlie New Feature.
Five Grand .single Number Distribution*
have been held, and the I’liird I'uesday of
each month was fixed upon as the regular
day. Has never scaled or postponed
Look at th< following distribution :
Capita! Prize, fc.'to.uoo. One hundred
thousand tickets at two dollars each, bail
tickets one dollar.
LIST Of I’RIZKS.
1 Capital Prize ffJOOOC
1 Capital Prize loot
1 < a pit::) Prize f» tWC
1» I*l izes ol $2 MX) 5 out;
r. i’riz. sof J 111 io 5 000
‘JO Prizes of 500 10 000
100 Prizes of l"0 10 000
•JOO Prizes oT 50 10 000
500 Prizes of ‘JO IOoOC
1000 ITizo or 10 10 out
AI'I'KOXIMATION I'KIZLS.
9 Approximation Prizes of s:io<) . 2 TOC
0 Approximation Prizes of »W.. 18 0
0 Approximation Prizes ol 100 . 000
1857 prizes amounting to $llO 400
W rite, clearly Minting full address, for
further information or tickets. Send or
ders by express, bank draft, registered let
ter or money order by mail.
Orders lor $5 and upwards by Express at
our expense.
A..18. ZMHEXjXjIEIR,
Cur. 1GII» mill lflw|litduy Si#.
Elen vi-r, Colo.
W. H PECK IIAM. Agent, Canon City.
* *tf
•J lie Public Will 'lalie Notice.
1 • '! hut 'be • nst-Wi nter General ban lIK
s i .hi it biH ortl. r against the delivery »<t
Walls o ibis Company.
•> d. i hai this I- tnu only I.oti'*ry Company
x |ili'i> bus ever b -eii declared Ie.HI by a
(Jntied - L usi dm r.
:j,<| T id I’ HedKtnt.es Ireult Court Jud -e
II own Landed red its druwin,* not fr.udu
le I.
!Ui That Bcpl Ht.* red tetters *'lll Inn e
foit 'i t>e delivered ti nt Po- tal Orders paid its
foi moi ly.
Autliorizcd by the Commonwealth of Kcn
tuckv. and Fairest in the Woiid.
'=l
Popular Monthly Drawing of the
MIMTfI BlSTlilifiTi-JI CO
AT MAC/MJLEY’S*THEATRE,
in the City of Louisville, on
MOM)AY, MAY 81, ls.NO.
These drawings, authorized l»v net *»t the
legislature of 18(19. and sustained by all tin*
courts of Kentucky occur regularly on the
last day of every nioiith (Sundays i x crop tod,)
and: lesupeivised by pi omim-nt citizen# ol
tin: state.
'Pin - Management call attention to the
grand opportunity presented of obtaiaiug
for only $2 any of
i ns; roi * owing I'ltizi.s :
I Prize. *30,000 100 Prizes slo*>
1 Prize lo.Mto each $lO,OOO
1 prize 5,000 *2'K) Prize* 50
10 Prizes $l,OOO 1 each 10.000
each 10,000 000 Prizes $2O
20 Prizes 500 each 12,000
each 10,000 1000 Prizes $lO
1 each 10,000
9 Prizes s3ooeach, Approximation
Prizes $2,700.
9 Prizes 200 each, Approximation
Prizes ... 1,800
y PrlzeH 100 each, Approximation
Prize* 0 0
1.0 :o Prize*, $ 112,40*1
Whole Tickets. $2.00. Half T'ckeis. s|.
27 I’iekets. $5O. 55 Tickets, $lOO.
All application f*»r club rate* should be
made to I lie home office.
Full list of drawing published In Lo(lf>vilb'
Courlei-JotiriiMl and New York Herald. and
mailed to all ticket-holders. Semi all or
ders by Money or Batik Draft in Letter, or
bv Express. Orders of s.'» and upward* bv
express can be sent ui our expense. An
dress 11. M. HO Aif DAI AN. Courier-Journal
Building. Louisville. Ky.. or at No. 007
and 800 Broadway. Now York. •!/
READ THIS
—AND—
REMEMBER
That we are selling more Dry Goods
than any house in the county.
f
MORK
Men’s ami Roys’ Clothing than any
house in the county.
3IOKE
Boots and Shoes than all the stores in
Canon City.
MORE
Gents’ Furnishing Goods tliau any
house iu town.
MORE
Huts and Capa than any house in
Canon City.
Goods all Marked in Plain
Figures.
if you want cheap goods wo don’t
keep them.
And we arc not selling at cost.
ENG LEMAN’S
ORE HORSE STORE,
Canon City* Colo*
u
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
GOING NORTH—SOUTH PUEBLO TO DENVER.
No *2 No. 4 • No 22 No. 21 No 2C Distance
Denver Kn stern Through Way Denver from
Express. Express. Freight. Freight. Freight. So. Pueblo.
heave South Pueblo 215 p m 115 a m 725 p m 015a in 235 p m
heave
Colorado Springs 4 11pm 3 10am 1200 am 11'>S am Bdpm 44’$
Arrive at Penv« r I 800 in I 055 a m 7 .35 ain 7 l‘» pin 240a ni ! 10
GOING SOUTH— DENVER TO SOUTH PUEBLO.
No 1 No 3 I No 21 :No. 23 1 No. 25 Distance
i -nn Juan I.eadvllle Through Way El v«ro from
Express Express Freight. Freight. . Freight. Denver
I,ea»-e Denver 7 fi<» ain 715 p ni I 400 p in 7(oa m | 900 j» in
heave
'’o'oradn Springs 11 <0 ainiloso p in I 1'- 15 a m 240 p m • 43" a m 75* £
Arrive id Month ' liel»’i> IjßjJlg 15 ;i 52 ' 4 n in 7 2i- pm 91H a m 120
Trains Nov. 1. 2. 3. 4. 24 and 24. daily.
Trains Nos. 21,22, 25 ami 26 leave from their starting places daily except Sunday.
GOING WEST—SOUTH PUEBLO VIA. CASON C ITY TO SOUTH ARKANSAS.
I No. 1 I No .1 No. 21 No. 23 | Divlnnee
Sun Juan I eadvllle Through I Way from
I Express ! Express. Freight. I Freight .H. Pueblo.
l eave South Pueh'o i 205 pm' 100a in 530a in 755 p m
1 envoi'ahon ilty 1 410pin;3 05 a in 94> a m 12 41 ain ■>!
rrlve outh rkansas 1 7 0p ni 0 o'> ain S2)p ni 0 3.5 am 97
OOING EAST—SOUTH ARKANSAB VIA. CASON CITY TO SOUTH PUEBLO.
No. 2 j No. 4 No. .2 No. 24 instance
Denver Eastern Through W ay from
Express ' Expre-s. Freight. Freight. S. Arluins.
heave Sou'll Arkansas I 820 ami 750 p m i 635 a ni j 53* pin
heave ' nflon City 11 25 ain'los3 p m i 118 p m 1• 15 aon M
■\ rrlve South I‘ueh’o 1 130 pm! 103 n m I 840 p m 1 445a in I 97
Trains Nos. 1. 2. 3. ami 4 dally
Trains Nos -»l, and 22'eave from their starting points dally except Monday.
Trains Nov. 23 and 24 leave from their starting points daily except Snndsy.
Express train or I*. .V R G going south leaves .-outh Pueblo at 2 lo p in and arrl re at Aln
inova at 920 p in Distance, I: o miles.
Express train going east on A , T. & S. F. It. It. leaves South Pueblo at J 10 p. in
F. S. McGee. 'V. ID McGee. J. W. Mack.
Me€*-ee & Mack.
SHIP SUGAU..DY THJ3 CAR LOAD,
sun* MEATS BY THE CAR LOAD,
sill I’ FAIRBANKS LARD BY THE CAR LOAD.
SU IF WHITE RUSSIAN SO Al* BY THE CAR LOAD,
Sill I* SALT BY THE FAR LOAD,
Sill!* CANNED ROODS BY THE CAR LOAD,
SHI 1* FLOUR BY THE CAR LOAD.
SHIP MEAL BY THE CAR LOAD.
SHIP CORN BY THE CAR LOAD.
SHIP HAY BY THE CAR LOAD.
Good Stocks of IDriod SPruits
Whirh.wo offer ct wholesale ami retail.
GOODS nELIVEHIiI) FREE.
Canon City, Colo. tr
!•'. A. KAYXOLDS. J. S. CAMI’BELI.,
President. Cashier.
FREMONT COUNTY BxYNK,
Canon City, - Colorado.
B.&.STKZISrG lIT ALL ITS BIVA-ITCIIBS.
We Refer to any Bank in Colorado.
And Kount /. Bros., New York. II
Banking House of William E. Muses,
CANON CITY, COLO.,
I’RANSACTS A. GENERAL IJAA’K
ITVGr BUSINESS.
Special d&.ti:en.tioix Givaa. to Collections.
IF. O. HIE LIVE,
CITY BAKERY ani ICE CREAM PARLORS,
MAIN 3XEEET, opposite KtcClaro House.
SODA WATER, LEMONADE, CIDER.
Butler Milk, Fresh Fruits of All Kind*.
BREAD, CAKES, CAMHES,
Nuls, Tolmccos, Cigtirn, Canned Hoods, and Fnnrv Gnumri.-n. if
A. E. Heynolde. M. A. Hicks.
PIONEER LUMBER YARD. Royalods> * mofco>
lIENIIY MACK f SilcccMori to Lowther A Davis,
Wholesale and HoUil Proprietor. uT the
lumber i! Wet fountain Valley
Eastern and Natiue. HtlY li OFF O.I
sash, noons, humus. moum.- t ,J nln
«vu™ s ' GROCERIES.FLOUR FEED.HAY.GRAIN
ING PA HER. TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Glass. Hair, Plaster, Cement. Ac. &c *9*0001)8 DEI.IVUUKI) MICE.
...... ... , or v f nn Main St., cor. of Sixth,
COIIS Ell Oh At A is A A 1) SIX 111
OASOM Cl'l'l’. (201,0 R A ISO.
rj 1 U /v /£ J rf, tr
Opposite Sartor’s Livery Stable
cano iv cj it v. TIUSTW-A_IE^IE!
I Will duplicate. T» DIAhIRS, snv When you wish to purchase Tinware,
prices 111 Colorado. II CcmkhuJ. Keating. Office ur Parlor store.
of the beat manufacture, or Jabbing done
• ' * on abort notlco
HENRY SARTOR, Give me a call.
I guarantee perfect Natlnfuction ln work
niunablp, material and prices, and am
Main Street, one door eaat poatoffice,
WAIWAYS AT HOME.
Canon City. J, R ACrARD,
Manufacturer of and dealer In nMitmirnel, opposite Pontofllre, Cation City,
Colorado. tf
n A nnj T7O wwi young & co.,
oJiUULCiO, .boot ahe shoemakers,
BRIDLES, GENTS’FINE CALF BOOTS A I
BAXLCTSSS, Ac. All work done with nentness mid des
patch.
A lull and complete assortment ot. af Mlltl TWnJ BU .
everything in the line coniUntly on
tf Cason (lity, Colorado, tf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
—— ■***-■
John W. Hlucklmrn. Sam. I*. Wale.
BLACKHUItN & DALE, Attor
neys at Law. Minin# Law a spe
cially. Kosita and Silver Cliff, Colo
rado. if
Q B. MINSHaLL, Attorney at Law.
Office opposite Alima’s hard
ware store,Canon City, Colo. tf
OG. STANLEY, Attorney at Law.
• Office at former express office.
Canon City, Colorado. tf
K. WALIH), Aitornev at
Law and Notary Public. Office
over post office. Carton City, Colo. tf
J. W. Dawson. M. D. F. P. Blake, M. D.
■pvUS. DAWSON & BLAKE. Phys
•*-' icians and Surgeons. Office on
second floor next cast ol post office,
Canon City. tf
W W. GLAN VILI.E.M. 1) . Homo-
VV .opalhie Ph\ sieiau unci Surgeon
Florence, Colorado. tf
N HAUPELL. M D., Hcnueo
• pat hie Physician. Siirgcoirtand
Electrician. Rheumatism and Catarrh
a specialty. Office over Myers’
grocery store. tf
TD. PALMER, M. D.. (successor
• to Lewis & Palming) Physi
cian and surgeon. Will pnw-tice his
proitMion in Canon 01*' and vicini
ty. Office nearly opposite faost office.
’ 11 7
JL. PRENTISS, M. D.,*Vh.y»ician
• and Surgeon, dealer in Drugs
and Medicines. Office and store iu
McClure House building, Canon City,
Colorado. tf’
DR \ IRC. IL TANNER. Physician
and Surgeon, Coal Creek, Colo
rado. tf
DU. A. F. ST< »LCKLEY, Surgeon
Dentist. Odi« • in -tone block, on
Main street, we-f »»i Met hire House.
Beaiititu] Artificial Tecta neatly
made. All w*»rk warranted. tt
DU I*. W. si 11 ;it II F. Dentist,Main
and Six'h Sts., irp stairs, Pueblo,
Colorado. Ail work warranted.
I?. M. CLARK.
MIXING ENGINEER
Reports on Coni, Iron, and Fioiirr mine*.
i ■ 1 i i tuccniNt
• I Miii'-w and Expert on .Mimu(
■question* before the Court*.
Itotiiu mid Silver Ctiff, C olnrndo.
tf
CAUMAVU I.S'I'KIV,
Civil. AM) MINING
ZEUSTG-lItTIEIEIR,,
U. S. Demitv Mineral Land Sur
veyor and Di aught *iuan.
Mining nronortics in Custer County
examined ; . . t..i anon.
Otih *-< : A. on Quart t St.
SILVER CLIFF, in Iron House east
<•1 Powell HoU-e. tf
IF YOU WANT
Prompt and polite nflentinn when buying
jour tnca'.t, call at
GEO. PHILLIPS'
MEAT MARKET.
C|*po«l(e McKr» A Mark'*.
Where the choicest of everything can al
woy» be found. if
HENRY C. WOLF,
BIJTCHE IR,.
VEGETABLES,
Game. Poullry. Corn Beef. Saif
Pork. Etc.
Main Street, *<>ui!i • ffi . next t<« tin* corner
of 3*l ilrert, befit doer west of
Ailing A Co.'s. tf
V. Sh.-u.rta,
BLACKSMITH
and Wagonmaker,
Main Street, between 4th nmi sth Btrocta st
HARTWELL S OLD«TAND-
UorsealiociUK nmi wagon work a -pcclalty.
Cnnan f'lf jr, Colorado,
XI-add eSi Spencer,
EL&CKSMiTIS. WAGOS MAKERS.
AND MACHINISTS.
(tun*. PinloU. hooka, Hewing Machines,
Ktc., promptly repaired.
Shops on Main Street,
Betwoen Fifth and Sixth,
Canon City, Colorado.^
J. 1.. HYDR. J. T. AIUIDY.
HYDE & ASHBY,
Wagon & Blacksmith
SHOPS,
Corner of third and A Streets,
Near McOoo k Hack'ifim: ui 7t«l Oten,
LARGK KHKK CORK Ah AND CAMP
HOUSE, AND WATER lIANDY.
Flr*t-elaM roejhnnlca only are employed,
'inti wo use the bent materials in the mark'll.
KEPAIIUNO DONE PROMPTLY.
W* personally superintend all work, and
guarantee It. to glvo entire nati»fantion.
Farm or* and tiie public generally are In
vited to .cull nmi ace otir atn>;k and pi locs.
Special attention given to boras and ox
•hosing. tf

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